(v.): to spend time with other people in a friendly way
Besides studying, college students can also
socialise (參加社交活動) on various
occasions (場合) to
horizons (開拓眼界) and
enhance (提升) their
interpersonal (人際關係的) skills.
(n. phr.): a situation that used to be unusual but is now what you should expect
Staying up late playing video games and
binge-watching (追劇) seems to be the
new normal (新常態) among teenagers.
(v.): to communicate with
Most young people would rather stay at home doing nothing than
hang out (閒逛) and
interact (互動) with their friends on weekends.
Get in touch
(v. phr.): to writing to or phone someone
Thanks to (多虧)
advanced (先進的) technology, we can now
get in touch (聯繫) with our friends and relatives in our
home country (本國) even if we are
(n.): physical or mental tiredness
Staring (盯著看) at the computer screen for a long time can cause eye
fatigue (疲憊). Therefore, we should use
electronic devices (電子裝置)
(n.): physical or mental activity needed to achieve something
Even though it takes a lot of
effort (努力), the teenagers in poor
mountainous areas (山區) still study hard in the hope of
leading a better life (過上美好生活) in the future.
(phr. v.): to spend a lot of time in a place or with someone
couples (情侶) usually
hang out (閒逛) in shopping malls on weekends or after work.
(n.): a meeting when many people come together as a group
Different from the older
generation (世代), many young people like to go to
cafés (咖啡店) or
bars (酒吧) for
Catch up with
(phr. v.): to meet with someone you have not seen for a long time and learn about their recent situation
Teenagers in this survey
generally (普遍地) think it is necessary to have a meal to
catch up with (敘舊) their friends they haven't seen for a long time.
(v. phr.): to feel close to someone or have a good relationship with them
volunteer teacher (義工教師), who is now in
connects with (聯繫) his family by writing letters.
(adj.): making someone lose confidence
The principal always says that although life can be
demoralising (使人洩氣的) at times, we should have the
faith (信念) and
courage (勇氣) to overcome