1. He tore the muscles in his shoulder three years ago.
3. He tore a ligament in his right knee a year into his recovery.
2. any two of: rent, education and parental ambitions for children, too many maids
3. He says they expect other people to fix their problems/ He says they want to have everything laid out for them.
1. to be sold at auction
2. It is the best Bruce Lee letter ever to appear on the market./It contains Bruce Lee's autograph, which is rare because Lee died young.
3. express the utmost in the minimum of motion and energy
3. He believes AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilisation.
4. He believes the world will actually get better with AI.
5. (i) drum up
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3. He ran several restaurants with his two brothers.
1. He is dismissive of them/He is sceptical about them.
2. He became suspicious when he started seeing online adverts for something he had bought the day before, even though he had not searched for the product online.
1.Tsui had a difficult childhood, but he is a successful adult.
3. Tai Hom Squatter Village
4. (i) struggled
1. (i) age
2. Losing one’s teeth is just one of many things that will happen to the human body when a person gets older.
3. i) F ii) NG iii) T
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