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HKDSE Practice Paper 3 B1 Key
Task 5 About the incident 1a. 3 January 1b. lunch (time) 1c. coffee shop 1d. food poisoning 1e. salmon // (salmon) sandwich
About the person affected 2a. Gracie Ma 2b. 2c. Economics (Department) 2d. student
Follow-up action 3a. Done already 3b. food kept out of fridge 3c. insects/cockroaches 3d. staff not wearing gloves 4. Pat Lee Campus Services (Department)
Task 6 1.Eat Yourself Fitter Week on 5-10 March 2a. food stalls (on campus) 2b. called Healthy Hawker Stalls 3a. a lecture 3b. March 8 3c. 1 p.m. 3d. Lecture Room 14b 3e. By Antonia Zacha/owner of new campus restaurant 3f. Eating on a budget / on healthy eating habits
4a. competition 4b. called Super Chef 4c. March 10 4d. Antonia Zacha /owner of new campus restaurant to take part
Suggested sample: Task 6 Dear Students, Do you want to keep fit? Eat Yourself Fitter Week is approaching! It will be running from 5 to 10 March on campus and various activities will be organised. Firstly, food stalls, named Healthy Hawker Stalls, will be set up on campus selling healthy cooked food. Secondly, we are honoured to invite Antonia Zacha who promised to organise a lecture on healthy eating habits with the topic Eating on a budget. The lecture will be at 1 p.m. on 8 March, Thursday, in Lecture Room 14b. She also promised to run a cooking competition called Super Chef on Saturday, 10 March. Attractive and meaningful, right? Come and join us! I look forward to seeing you. Best regards, Pat Lee.
Task 7 1.With reference to a news article in your newspaper 2.Not only two restaurants // a new restaurant is opening in February 3a. The canteen does serve food different from rice, meat and vegetables 3b. Example 4a. The canteen does serve alternatives to meat 4b. Example 5a. Not old-fashioned //was decorated over Christmas 5b. Shanghai style 6. Pat Lee from Metro U
Dear Editor, I am writing in response to the article published in the Hong Kong Journal entitled Canteen food on campus fails students taste test dated 2 January by Simon Yau. There are some wrong criticisms about the canteen which I want to clarify. Firstly, the article mentions there are only two restaurants students can go. It is not true because a new restaurant owned by Antonia Zacha is opening in February to serve our students. Secondly, a student criticises that the Student Canteen only serves rice, meat and vegetables. That is wrong because a new menu by expert nutritionist, Dr Fion Tang has been available. Students may try seafood spaghetti with cauliflower, for example. According to the article, there are no real alternatives to meat offered in the canteen. I want to clarify that the canteen does serve alternatives to meat, such as vegetarian fried rice.
Lastly, there is another view that the canteen is old-fashioned and has not been decorated for long. In fact, it is not old- fashioned. It was decorated over Christmas to create a Shanghai-style. To conclude, our canteen has made a lot of improvements to provide a good eating place for students to enjoy food. Yours faithfully, Pat Lee Campus Services Department Metro U