108 指考英文(非選/翻譯/作文):大學堂英文參考答案

哈哈,真是命運捉弄人啊 ^_^。去年 107 指考,教學團隊鎖定會考圖表題,結果考的是規規矩矩的命題式作文–社會服務方案三選一。而今年,我們猜了五道命題作文題,結果登愣 ~ 一開題本,卻看到圖表分析題。但無論如何,班上學員們上課時早已磨練過圖表題的展開法,應該可輕鬆下筆。下方就是老師們運用圖表分析架構,並在第二段融入學員上課練寫過的命題式作文–空污,所寫成的範文喔 😊

108 指考英文科 題目

翻 譯

1. 創意布條最近在夜市成了有效的廣告工具,也刺激了買氣的成長。
Recently, creative banners (have) become effective advertising tools in the night markets, stimulating the growth of (the) purchase.

註 劃線部分可換成:to stimulate the growth of sales / to boost sales / to promote sales

2. 其中有些看似無意義,但卻相當引人注目,且常能帶給人們會心的一笑。
Some of them seem meaningless but are quite (或 very/ relatively) eye-catching, and they can often bring a smile (或 smiles) to people’s faces.

註:劃線部分可換成:put a smile (或 smiles) on people’s faces / bring people a knowing smile

作 文

提示:右表顯示美國 18 至 29 歲的青年對不同類別之新聞的關注度統計。請依據圖表內容寫一篇英文作文,文長至少 120 個單詞。文分二段,第一段,描述圖表內容,並指出關注度較高及偏低的類別;第二段,則描述在這六個新聞類別中,你自己較為關注及較不關注的新聞主題分別為何,並說明理由。

Judging from the chart, the environment and natural disasters are the most compelling news topics for American young people aged 18 to 29 surveyed, followed by social issues and international affairs. Like no other generations, these millennials grow up with arrays of life-threatening challenges from climate crisis to poverty and terrorism, so news stories closely relevant to their daily life, wellbeing or future survival grab their attention effortlessly and keep them engaged. Besides, entertainment news and juicy celebrity gossips are also popular with these young readers, who tend to be fun-loving and trend-sensitive. They may consider such soft news the spice of life, which also helps them to smoothly blend in their peers’ conversations. However, of the six news categories, “art and culture” is the least enjoyable for these 18-to-29-year-olds. This is not great news, but it’s not altogether surprising. After all, art works can be profound and abstract, leaving viewers scratching their heads.

Speaking of my news preferences, I am drawn to coverage on environmental issues, air pollution in particular, because I have witnessed how polluted air plagued my hometown, Taichung. Long-term exposure to exhaust and toxic tiny particles emitted from coal-fired power plants, motor vehicles and factories has made many residents here fall sick from allergies, chronic cough and even lung cancer. Besides, poor air quality brings lots of inconveniences to our daily life. We dare not risk going out without wearing masks. Also, for fear of taking in excessive poisonous substances, we have no choice but to cut down on time spent on outdoor activities. It dawns on me that the earth is in a death spiral unless we take immediate action. Thus, in March, I helped launch a community campaign for clean air with friends I make on the news forum. As to the type of reports that I am more likely to skip, it would be educational news. Education policies in Taiwan change every several years, with educators, parents and students scrambling to figure out how new practices would be implemented. Thus, only when I am sure that specific policies would be applicable to me would I spend time getting familiar with them.

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