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The pie charts compare the highest level of education achieved by women in Someland across two

years, 1945 and 1995. It can be clearly seen that women received a much higher level of education in Someland in 1995 than they did in 1945.

In 1945 only 30% of women completed their secondary education and 1% went on to a first degree. No women had completed post-graduate studies. This situation had changed radically by 1995. In 1995, 90% of women in Someland had completed secondary education and of those, half had graduated from an initial degree and 20% had gone on to postgraduate studies. At the other end of the scale we can see that by 1995 all girls were completing lower secondary, although 10% ended their schooling at this point. This is in stark contrast with 1945 when only 30% of girls completed primary school, 35% had no schooling at all and 35% only completed the third grade. In conclusion, we can see that in the 50 years from 1945 to 1995 there have been huge positive

developments to the education levels of women in Someland.

The table shows how people in different age groups spend their leisure time in Someland over the course of a year. It can be clearly seen that the amount of leisure time available varies considerably across the age groups and that people of different age levels have very different ways of spending their leisure time.

According to the figures, as people age in Someland their social lives reduce. Teenagers and people in their twenties spend on average 500 hours per year on socialising and 350 hours of that time is with a group of more than 4 people. Although the total hours of socialising in their 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s is fairly constant (between 300-350), socialising with more than 4 people drops dramatically to 50 hours in the 30s and 40s age groups and only 25 from 50 years old. Group and individual exercise follow a similar pattern.

People of all ages spend a good part of their leisure time on entertainment such as TV/video viewing and cinema. In both cases, teenagers and retired people spend around twice as much time as those who are at working age. Home entertainment ranges from just over a thousand hours for teenagers and retired people and an average of 600 hours for everyone else. Cinema accounts for 100 hours of the teenagers and retired people’s leisure time and 25-50 hours for the rest.

In conclusion we can see there is a significant trend towards solitary and smaller group activities as people grow older and that teenagers and retired people spend a lot more time on entertainment

than those of working age do.

The pie chart shows the worldwide distribution of sales of Coca-Cola in the year 2000 and the graph shows the change in share prices between 1996 and 2001.

In the year 2000, Coca-Cola sold a total of 17.1 billion cases of their fizzy drink product worldwide. The largest consumer was North America, where 30.4 per cent of the total volume was purchased. The second largest consumer was Latin America. Europe and Asia purchased 20.5 and 16.4 per cent of the total volume respectively, while Africa and the Middle East remained fairly small consumers at 7 per cent of the total volume of sales.

Since 1996, share prices for Coca-Cola have fluctuated. In that year, shares were valued at approximately $35. Between 1996 and 1997, however, prices rose significantly to $70 per share. They dipped a little in mid-1997 and then peaked at $80 per share in mid-98. From then until 2000

their value fell consistently but there was a slight rise in mid-2000.

A glance at four indicators of economic and social conditions in four countries, Canada, Japan, Peru and Zaire, in 1994 reflects the great differences that exist between wealthier and poorer nations.

The table shows that Japan and Canada had annual incomes of $15 760 and $11 100 per person, respectively. These figures were overwhelmingly greater than the corresponding figures of $160 in Peru and $130 in Zaire.

Health indicators, too, reflected overall levels of affluence in the four nations. Life expectancy at birth, for example, was higher among the more economically developed countries. Japan reported the highest life expectancy, 78. This was followed by Canada, 76; Peru, 51; and Zaire, 47; This

suggests that richer societies are able to put more money into health care than poorer ones.

The amount of calories consumed daily per person roughly followed the same ranking. Canadians each consumed some 3 326 calories per day while the Japanese took 2846 calories. The corresponding figures for Peru and Zaire were 1927 and 1749, respectively.

Literacy rates among adults, too, were higher in wealthier countries, no doubt a reflection of ability to invest in education. Canada and Japan both reported literacy rates of 99%, while Peru claimed 68%. Zaire, the least economically developed of the four countries, had a literacy rate of 34%.

The data appear to confirm the often cited link between national wealth and health and education


The diagram reveals that the number of hours per week spent in unpaid work is unequally distributed between men and women.

In households where there are no children, women are reported to work some 30 hours per week in such tasks as housework and gardening. Men's contribution to these unpaid jobs averages a considerably lower 18 hours.

When children enter the household, however, the inequality becomes even more pronounced. In families of 1 - 2 children, men maintain approximately the same number of hours of unpaid work as in childless households, but the number of hours women work in the home rises to 52 per week, much of it, on doubt, due to childcare responsibilities.

Interestingly, when there are three or more children in the household, men are found to work even fewer hours around the house than before the appearance of the third child. Whereas women's unpaid hours rise to approximately 56 per week, the corresponding figure for men, 16, actually represents a decrease.

The data suggest that the increased presence of women in the paid work force has yet to lead to an increased role for men in the home.

group discussion marks 小组讨论分数 middle term test 期中考试

data analysis 数据分析 photo statistics 照片统计

extra time 额外时间 communication system 通信系统

personal interest 个人兴趣 secretary of department 部门秘书

computer office 电脑办公室 past course materials 之前课程材料 international reputation 国际声誉 history research 历史调查

conference report 会议报告 ground plan 团队计划

social interactions 社会联系 chat rooms 聊天室

computer skills 电脑技能 global access 全球可用

teaching staff 教职人员 global listening 宏观听力

eye contacts 眼神交流 card catalog (catalogue) 卡片目录 lack of soil 缺土 food pest 食物害虫 environmental damage 环境危害

rangers 护林员 measurement 度量 food chain 食物链

fill in worksheet 填工作单 model guide 模范导游 video camera 摄像机 measuring equipment 测量设备 natural ability 自然能力

good effort 努力 leadership skill 领导力

accessible discussion 可参加的讨论 braking system 刹车系统

environmental issues 环境问题 management of change 改变管理

voluntary 志愿的 financial aids 经济援助

working style 工作类型 late submission 延迟提交

lack of research 缺乏调查 farming method 耕种方式

knowledge sharing 知识共享 uniform level 同一水平

seating capacity 载客数 picture framing 构图 packing materials 包装材料 darkroom 暗室 story conference 故事会议

stage production 舞台布置 planning meeting 计划会议 videotape editor 视频编辑 population movement 人口流动 interview method 面试方法

reflective 反馈的 portfolio 资料 exam preparation 备考

weaker students 差生 external organization 外部组织 word limit 字数限制

internet connections 网络连接 fireplaces 壁炉 priority 优先 verbalization 冗长 professional learning 专业学习 in-class simulation 课内模拟

video recording 视频录制 nest 巢穴 plastic bottle 塑料瓶

hall of residence 学生宿舍 life science 生命科学 evaporation 蒸发

financial planning 金融计划 medical skills 医疗手段 customer relationship 顾客关系 hive 蜂房 department head 部门主管 interview questions 面试问题

identity card 识别卡 dress code 着装要求 preserve memories 保存记忆

show off status 炫耀地位 reflect tastes 体现品味 personal identity 个人验证 conservation 保护 storage warehouse 仓库

social information 社会信息 creative ideas 创造性想法 networkers 网络人员 ecosystem 生态系统 living expenses 生活花费 survey methods 调查方式 flexibility 灵活性 forestry 林业 literature 文学 regulator 校准器

hammer 锤子 flour outlet 面粉出口 incubator 孵化器

permanent records 永久记录 optional course 选修课 drinking machines 饮料机

cash machine 验钞机 laundry service 洗衣服务

photocopy office 影印室 self-access lab 自主实验室

electronic directory 电子目录 text structure 文章结构 workforce 工作力 digital history 数码史

media studies 媒体学习 natural resources 自然资源 environmental projects 环境项目 listening task 听力任务 attachment 附件 stable 稳定/马圈

journal 杂志 confidence 信心

book loan 借书 compulsory course 必修课

full-time study 全职学习 flexible-time study兼职学习 craftwork 工艺品 active volcano 活火山

extinct volcano 死火山 publication 出版物

cleaning products 清理产品 placement test 分班测试 company premises 公司地址 leisure activities 休闲活动 senior advisor 高级顾问 visual aids 视觉辅助教具

fossil remains 残存化石 human interference 人类干扰 natural routine work 日常工作 coffee bar 咖啡吧

shop display 商品展示 personal service 个人服务 internship 实习 current study 当前研究 video approach 录像研究方法 workload 工作量

job opportunities 工作机会 higher fees 更高价格 appendices 附件 borrowed language 外来语

parliament 议院 confidence building 自信塑造 numeracy skill 计算能力 networking opportunities 网络机遇 recreational 休闲的 research method 调查方式 audio recording 音频录制 lack of participation 缺乏参与 community reference 社区推荐信

council meeting 议会会议

renewable energy 再生资源

windmill 风车磨坊

nuclear plants 核电站

traditional resource 传统资源

small electric equipment 小电子设备

solar panel 太阳能仪表

sports shoes 运动鞋

poor paying 报酬低的

overseas training 海外训练

mating 交配

no chemical reaction 无化学反应

current material 现有材料

brief notes 简要记录

essential training 基本训练

university support staff 大学服务人员

background reading 背景阅读

online forum 在线论坛

soil sample 土壤样本

fabric 织物

cardiovascular 心血管的 blood pressure 血压

school stadiums 校体育馆 school gym 校健身房

feasibility 可行性

less oxygen 缺氧

accurate date 实际日期

similar age 相似年龄

sports activities 体育活动 art institution 艺术机构

abstract design 抽象设计 largest proportion 最大比例 observation checklist 观察清单

non-observation method 非观察手段 evaluation 预估

collaborative 合作的

simulation 模拟

test results 测试结果

coverage-lettering 新闻报道字体 original jewellery 原样珠宝 wood curve 年轮

originality 创意

crisis management 危机管理 monitoring progress 监管进程 program assessment 程序评定 team building 团队建设

budget management 预算管理 finding investment 寻找投资 objective 客观的

insufficient revenue 财政收入不足 food shortage 食物储存

power cut 停电

nutrition 营养

pesticide 杀虫剂

visual guidance 视觉引导

information resources 信息来源 reference letter 推荐信