1.將people, persons替換為 individuals, folks （人，人們）
例句：Each person receives two genes, one inherited from each parent.
Each individual receives two genes, one inherited from each parent.
2.將常見的good 替換為 sound, decent, promising, excellent，outstanding等 （好的，卓越的，優秀的）
光明的未來：a good future 替換為 a promising future
好的薪水：a good salary替換為 a decent salary
合理的建議：good advice 替換為 sound advice
3.將同學常用的not only…， but also…替換為 not simply…， but… as well （不僅，而且）
例句：Are electric cars not simply cleaner, but safer as well?
4.將同學常用的enough替換為 sufficient, abundant （足夠的，充足的）
例句：We need sufficient time to deal with the problem.
There are abundant opportunities for well-qualified staff.
5.將important 替換為 primary, major, chief （主要的）
例句：The chief reason for this is that people are living longer.
The government’s major concern is with preventing road accidents.
Our primary concern is to provide the refugees with food and health care.
6.將 emphasize 替換為 stress, highlight（強調）
例句：The report stressed that student math skills need to improve.
Your resume should highlight your skills and achievements.
7.將 evidence 替換為 proof, fact（證據）
例句：This latest interviewwas further proof of how good at her job Jasmine was.
The school’s poor exam record is largely due to the fact that it is chronically underfunded.
8.將 different 替換為 distinct （不同的）
例句：The learning needs of the two groups are quite distinct from each other.
9.將young person 替換為youngster, the young（年輕人）
例句：A youngster has absolutelyzero chance right now of finding a fixed job.
10.將 meaningful 替換為 fulfilling （有意義的）
例句：Nursing is still one of the most fulfilling careers.
11.將 short-term 替換為 temporary, transient
例句：The bridge was erected as a temporary measure.
They can also make sense for enterprise personas in transient job roles.
12.將 ignore 替換為 neglect, overlook
例句：Many of these ideas have been neglected by modern historians.
Nobody could overlook the fact that box office sales were down.
13.將 often 替換為 frequently, now and again
例句：The illness frequently coexists with other chronic diseases.
Markets crash now and again.
14.將 surprising 替換為 amazing, astonishing, unbelievable
例句：It’s amazing how often you see drivers using mobile phones.
Human being will continue to adapt to the changing climate in both ordinary and astonishing ways.
Chronology is an informative and entertaining tour into history, beautifully illustrated and full of unbelievable facts.
15. 將huge 替換為 tremendous, massive, gigantic
例句：This plan could save us a tremendous amount of money.
There has been a massive increase in oil prices.
A gigantic task of national reconstruction awaits us.
16. 將 choose 替換為, pick, single out
例句：I’m going to pick the team for the match on Saturday.
His immediate superior has singled him out for a special mention.
17. 將support 替換為 back up, uphold
例句：His claims are not backed up by any scientific evidence.
It is the responsibility of every government to uphold certain basic principles.