(n. phr.): an object that people play to produce music
prodigy (奇才) has mastered a
variety (多種) of
musical instruments (樂器) including
flute (長笛) and
(v. phr.): to be present at an event
strongly (強烈) encourages the children to
take part (參加) in the
talent show (才藝表演) at the end of this term.
(n. phr.): an activity that is not part of the usual school course
In order not to let their children lose at the
starting line (起跑線), parents
sign up (報名) for
a variety of (各式各樣)
extra-curricular activities (課外活動) for their children.
(v.): to recognise the good qualities of something
composed (創作) a new song and he hoped
the public (大眾) could
appreciate (欣賞) it.
(v.): to give attention to one particular subject
Many teenagers believe that listening to music, especially
classical music (古典音樂), helps them
focus (專注) while doing homework.
(n.): a greater interest in something than something else
According to the
millennials (千禧一代) have a
preference (偏好) for pop and
hip-pop music (嘻哈音樂).
(v.): to write music
singer-songwriter (創作歌手) is
composing (作曲) a song about
pursuing dreams (追尋夢想).
(v. phr.): to cause people to be friendly with each other
Whenever the school song is played, the
melody (旋律) and positive