Exam tips

1. C 2. It’s a great option when you’re on a budget (1) and can help clear space in your home  3. Something that one person considers not valuable (important) may be considered valuable (important) by someone else
1. Spoiled generations of children who are indulged by their parents and grandparents and born into privilege and political correctness. 
1. professional athletes/sports stars 2. (i) catchphrase (ii) mantra 3. China has set a goal of being an AI leader by 2030 but is suffering from an acute shortage of experienced AI talent.
1. vacuum flasks 2. They were often used as props in films.
1. (i) Children in Hong Kong are spending more time in front of screens than their peers in mainland China and the US
1. overrated 2. local tourism and (lifestyle) journalism 3. European traders and businessmen 4. (i) F  (ii) T  (iii) NG
1. (i) conducted (ii) primary (iii) overweight 2. 30 kg 3. (i) NG (ii) F (iii ) NG
1. The restaurant serves insects as food for their customers. 2. Hong Kong 3. D 4. Insects provide a good source of protein, fibre, good fats and minerals for humans. 5. i) T
1. Hong Kong 2. Lantau, Cheung Chau and Lamma Island 3. When you want to get away from the crowds. 4. (i) T (ii) F (iii) NG 5. (i) unobstructed
1. (i) maritime (ii) documented  (iii) significantly 2. (i) They become pink when they exert energy. (ii) They have blood vessels just below their skin.
We pored through the report from the examination authority and have come up with tips for all four papers.