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Test 1

College Students’ Job Hunting

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay based on the information below. You should start your essay with a brief description of the pictures below and then express your own views on College Students’ Job Hunting. You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words. Write your essay on Answer Sheet 1.

Test 1 Version for Reference:

College Students’ Job Hunting

A well-paid but soft work is every candidate’s ideal job while a professional and diligent candidate is every employer’s ideal employee. When people of these two kinds meet, the result is obvious. As the picture shows, candidates with unrealistic excessive expectations may suffer from unemployment.

In my opinion, the unemployed college graduates are just like the candidates who are eager to make more money for less work but ignore the importance of working hard. They all want “ideal” jobs, which offer a good salary, comfortable working conditions and high social status. On the other hand, many companies want to recruit workers with a high level of experience and professional skills. Consequently, most graduated students are rejected by the companies and join the ranks of the jobless. Thus, college graduates should change their attitude toward jobs they are seeking. They should hold a right view of the job selection and set their expectations at a suitable level. Furthermore, attending some training classes and doing some volunteer work would be an excellent way to gain some work experiences. In short, college graduates should pay more attention to improving their professional knowledge, skills and abilities required for their future career.

Test 2

Welcome to Speech Club

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an announcement. Suppose you are the chairman of the club. Write the announcement to welcome freshmen to join the club. You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words based on the picture given below.

Test 2 Version for Reference: Welcome to Speech Club

Dear freshman, Welcome to our university. I am the chairman of the speech club. It is a great honor for me to invite you to join us. Do you have a fear of speaking in public? Do you know that many people suffer from anxiety when asked to deliver a speech? Have you ever struggled to express yourself confidently in class? Do you want to improve your presentation skills and speak confidently to the audience or even make an amazing speech? I believe that most of you want to make your voice heard and speak confidently.

This challenge to improve yourself is laid out before you. Welcome to our speech club, it serves as a platform to show your unlimited potential and help you master the art of public speaking to help achieve your future career. You will be involved in a variety of activities such as acting

English drama, participating in contests and attending professional speech training programs.

Come to join us and grasp this opportunity to enhance your

competitiveness. Welcome again, and I look forward to seeing you in our club.

Sincerely,

Chairman of the speech club

Test 3

What Should You Do as a University Student?

(保留了原书的作文题目和答案, 但修订了做题要求并加插图)

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay based on the picture given below. You should start your essay with a brief description of the picture and then express your own views on students' class attendance.You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words.

Test 3 Version for Reference:

Nowadays it is common at college to find that some students are late for or even absent from classes. And still there are some students who slip out of the classroom before the class is over. Poor class attendance has become a serious problem in universities.

Personally, I think it is important for students to go to classes regularly. First, you won’t miss the great professors’ insightful lectures and their useful advice and guidance in learning. Besides, attending classes regularly is one of the best chances to have both personal and academic exchanges with your professors. Third, attending classes regularly will help to form a good habit of being punctual, which is of great importance for students to do their good job in the future.

Therefore, you should, if not yet, to get into a good habit of attending classes regularly from now on. And soon you’ll see and feel the benefits from doing so.

Test 4

An Email of Thanks

(保留了原书的作文题目和答案, 但修订了做题要求并加插图)

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write An Email of Thanks. You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words based on the picture and the outline given below in Chinese:

假设你叫王晓萍,刚刚从法国巴黎参加国际研讨会回国。请你按下面信息给你在巴黎的朋友Greg Thomas以电子邮件的形式写一封感谢信。

1. 感谢他带你在巴黎观光,参观Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Arc De Triomphe 等;

2. 感谢他邀请你到他家共进晚餐;

3. 感谢他和他的夫人清早到机场送行。

An Email of Thanks

Date:

From:

To:

Subject:

Test 4 Version for Reference:

An Email of Thanks

Date: Mon, 22 Sep. 2013 06:09:38

From: wxp@sohu.com.cn

To: selena@stadefrance.com

Subject: Thank you

Dear Greg,

I’m writing to thank you for the kindness you showed me during my visit to Paris last week. I’m very grateful for the time you spent making my stay in Paris as enjoyable as possible. The visits to the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Arc De Triomphe, Notre-Dame and the Opera Garnier were unforgettable.

Thank you also for inviting me to your beautiful house for dinner at the weekend. I enjoyed the food and the tea very much. It was a wonderful evening.

And it was so considerate of you and your wife to come and see me off at the airport. I know it wasn’t easy for you to get to the airport at such an early hour, so I appreciate it all the more.

I’ll write to you again. How much I wish to have the chance to return your hospitality in my home!

Sincerely yours,

Wang Xiaoping

Test 5

Craze for Civil Service Examinations

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay. You should start your essay with a brief description of the picture and then express your views on civil servants in China. You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words based on the following outline:

1. People’s craze for civil service examinations.

2. The possible reasons

3. Your comment

Test 5 Version for Reference:

The picture depicts the striving for a civil servant position vacancy symbolized by a chair among a swarm of hands, implying an increased popularity and intense competition of taking the civil service examination.

The college graduates’ craze for civil service examination has become a salient social phenomenon rooted in certain social issues. From a social perspective, it is a reflection of the high unemployment rate in a fluctuating job market. Obtaining a civil servant vacancy ensures a steady pay rate and a highly secured job position. Economically speaking, a civil servant position is normally packaged with a relatively high salary and abundant welfare. Psychologically, a civil servant entails higher social status and privileges, hence respected as a government official.

Personally, it is understandable that nowadays the college graduates incline to pursue a government job position through passing the civil servant exam.. Why should we blame them? If you really think you can serve the public interests better in the position of a civil servant, there should be nothing wrong with so many college graduates swarming forward to take the civil servant examination!

Test 6

My view on social networking Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay based on the picture given below. You should start your essay with a brief description of the picture and then express your own views towards social networking . You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words.

Test 6 Version for Reference:

My view on social networking

Instead of personal face-to-face communication on two strangers’ first meeting after frequent online interaction, social networking on the phone or on the computer is the frequent mode of communication. This picture brings up a question of whether social networking is sabotaging personal face-to-face communication.

Social networks such as Weibo and Weichat have gained increasing popularity as they allow instant communication between multiple parties. They serve as a platform where the opportunities of making new friends and exchanging ideas become possible. Yet, they also have produced some negative impacts. First and foremost, the strong attachment to social networking has led to heavy reliance on the mode of online instant messaging. Cell phones and computers have become indispensable in daily life and some users have lost the ability of personal verbal communication. Social networking has also hindered our normal daily life due to addiction on messaging and frequently checking online news feeds.

As online means users, we need to filter different information sources and use the social networking wisely. Only a proper amount of time should be spent on online social networking, with more time and energy left to be invested in real personal face-to-face communication.

Test 7 My View on Good Manners in Public Places

(保留了原书的作文题目和答案, 但修订了做题要求并加插图)

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay. You should start your essay with a brief description of the picture and then express your views on good manners in public places. You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words based on the following outline.

1. Your view on good manners

2. Examples of good manners in public places

3. Your conclusion

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Test 7 Version for Reference:

My View on Good Manners in Public Places

People all over the world highly value good manners. But sometimes people might overlook minor offences as making loud noises while eating or talking in public places. To a certain degree, good manners indicate a person ’s good education and accomplishment. A person with good manners always wins praise and admiration. On the other hand, people will keep away from a person if he or she behaves rudely and impolitely. Good manners of many types should be practiced in public places. Firstly, it is good manners to offer help to the young, the old and the handicapped when they are in need of it. Secondly, we should talk politely and avoid using rude expressions. Thirdly, we should be on guard against such minor offences as making loud noises, littering with fruit peels and nutshells, and smoking everywhere.

If everyone develops good manners, we can form a more harmonious relationship among us. If everyone behaves considerately towards others and lives up to the highest social standards, the world will be a better place. Civilization is built up bit by bit when everybody minds their manners.

Test 8

Academic Pressure and Students’ Health

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay. You should start your essay with a brief description of the picture and

then express your views on Academic Pressure and Students’ Health. Do you think that students’ health can be affected by academic pressure? Provide reasons to support your opinion. You should write at least

Test 8 Version for Reference:

Academic Pressure and Students’ Health

Pressure is inevitable and no one can be pressure free. Students, as you can see in the picture, may face pressure in their studies. The picture arouses the public’s concern on students’ health under the academic pressure.

From my point of view, academic pressure may affect students’ psychological and physical health. Firstly, academic pressure can negatively affect students’ psychological health. It is obvious that intense pressure can lead to anxiety and depression. If left unchecked, these emotions may eventually lead to mental problems or disorders. Apart from the harmful effects on psychological health, academic pressure can also do harm to students’ physical health. Great pressure may bring out fatigue, headaches and even insomnia. If things continue this way, students may feel physically uncomfortable.

To conclude, a little pressure may keep students motivated, but too much pressure is not beneficial to students. Students, as well as parents

and teachers should take active steps to minimize the potential negative impact.

Test 9

My View on Overseas Education

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay. You should start your essay with a brief description of the picture and then express your views on Overseas Education. How are 'sea turtles' turned out to be 'seaweeds'? Would you like to go abroad for study? Why or why not? You should write at words.

Test 9 Version for Reference:

My View on Overseas Education

As shown in the picture, study abroad has become more and more common for young people. Some people think the value of overseas

education has been depreciated because of the increasing enrollment. But as far as I’m concerned, I will be willing to study abroad.

First of all, living and studying in a foreign country would provide me with a good opportunity to broaden my horizons. To learn a foreign language needs not only linguistic knowledge but also the understanding of the culture. By living and studying abroad, I could gain further insights into the target language culture and have a deeper understanding about the language. Secondly, overseas education will give me a chance to learn how to be independent. Living in an unfamiliar environment alone needs strong willpower and independent spirit. You have to deal with everything on your own and try hard to adapt to a new environment.

In short, overseas education would not only offer me an opportunity to deepen my knowledge but also enable me to enhance my overall abilities.

Test 10

People are Enjoying a Richer Life

(保留了原书的作文题目, 但修订了做题要求, 答案和插图)

Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition entitled People are Enjoying a Richer Life. Study the following diagram carefully and your composition must be based on the information given in the diagram. You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words.

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house overseas education traveling

Test 10 Version for Reference:

People Are Enjoying a Richer Life

Thanks to the opening-up policy and the fast economic development, Chinese people are enjoying a richer life today. Dramatic improvements can be observed in many aspects.

From the diagram we can see that the number of private business owners rose form 12% in 2006 to nearly 40% in 2012. 15% of people bought houses or flats of their own in 2006, while in 2012 the number increased to over 35% --- more than double the number in the year of 2006. More and more students went abroad in the recent years in order to get a better education. In 2006 only 10% of students could afford this, but the number reached up to 28% in the year of 2012. When it comes to traveling on holiday, the change is even more obvious. It increased from 20% in 2006 to a little over 50% in 2012.

All these figures prove that people’s life in China has been amazingly improved. Chinese people are enjoying a richer and happier life now.