中文解释： adv. 柔软地，和善地，谨慎地
例句： There is a mildly increase in demands for British people who travel to Europe in two decades from 1980s.
pivotal vs. vital
[‘pivətl; ‘pivətəl] vs. [‘vaitl; ‘vaitəl]
中文解释： adj. 重要的，关键的； vs. adj. 至关重要的，生死攸关的
例句： Nowadays, space technology have been played pivotal roles in daily routines, for instance, GPS navigations, etc. However, it is vital that governments should make approiate use in order to keep out of reach of illegal offences.
例句：However, some opponents’ idea has been emerged that the best-selling consumable products should be restricted, not only in terms of its misleading information, but more importantly, the potential cost for advertisements behind the scenes.