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1. For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled Change of

Entrance Exams for Graduate Schools. You should write at least 120 words based on the chart and outline given below:

下图所示为1997年、2002年、2007年参加研究生入学考试的情况,请描述其变化,

并请说明这些变化的原因。

2. For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled The Age of

Drug Addicts. You should write at least 120 words based on the chart and outline given below:

1. 下图所示为我国吸毒者年龄分布情况,请描述其变化。

2. 请说明这些变化的原因。

3. 这一变化对社会和个人的影响。

3. For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a short essay entitled The Reading

Population in China. You should write at least 120 words based on the chart and outline given below:

1.) 描述图中所示我国国民读书情况

2) 分析读书率变化的原因

3) 你的看法

4.Study the following pie chart carefully and write an essay in which you should 1) describe the pie chart

2) analyze the reasons, and

3) state your own plan/way.

Y ou should write at least 120 words.

5 Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition of no less

than 100 words on Income Sources between Chinese and American Students. Study the following table carefully and your composition must be based on the information given in the table. Write three paragraphs to:

1. Describe the differences of the income sources between Chinese and American

students.

2. Analyze possible reasons for these differences.

3. Predicate future tendency.

1. Change of Entrance Exams for Graduate Schools

This graph is about the increase of the numbers of people taking part in the entrance

exams for graduate schools. From it we can see that during the first five years, from 1997 to 2002, the change is gradual. In 1997 there were 500,000 people, while in 2002 there

were 1,500,000, showing an increase of one million people. But during the second five years, from 2002 to 2007, the growth is sharp ——2.5 million, with 4 million people sitting the exams in 2007.

The reasons for this change may be as follows. First, 1999 was the starting year of 1the

college expansion plan, which obviously means that after four years, in 2003, more students graduated from universities and colleges. Secondly, as the competition to find a satisfactory job has become more severe in recent years, to be equipped with a higher degree improves the chances of applicants finding a better job. Thirdly, not only new graduates feel the competition but also some people who already have a job. In order to get a promotion or to perform better in their jobs, lots of them returned to the 2battle field to fight for better career prospects.

(The following reasons may account for this phenomenon. Some students opt for further

education out of the desire to challenge themselves and broaden their horizons. They adore the academic atmosphere. Also, advanced study can add to their competitive edge. Another cornered graduates consider further study a short cut to alleviate the tough job pressure. Thus, they will have more time to equip themselves with some essential professional skills. Others take the exams in an attempt to gain more choices in case that they fail to seek decent jobs.)

2. Changes in the Age Distribution of Drug Addicts

1) As can be seen from the graph, there have been sharp changes in the age

distribution of drug addicts. 2) To be concrete, the teenage addicts only made up 10 percent of all the drugsters in 1982 while the ratio rose up to 65 in 2002.

3) These changes are most distressing, but the causes for them are not hard to find. 4)

First of all, teenagers’ fearless curiosity about everything new has led some of them into this marsh, and now they find it impossible to get themselves out of it. 5) Second, many of the young addicts turned for the first time to drugs for escape either from their failure in the national college entrance exams or from their parents’ breakup.

6) And above all, our education in the harmfulness of drugs has been far from adequate to build teenagers’ sound resistance to drugs. 7) Most addicts admit that they were then too ignorant of drugs to keep themselves away from the lure of the drug traffickers(贩毒者).

8) T o sum up, the causes mentioned above must call for more of our concern, and

effective measures should be taken to check the trend.

3. The Reading Population in China

The bar chart illustrates the gradual decline in the number of Chinese people reading

books between 2000 and 2011. According to the graph, in 2000, more than 60% of Chinese people practiced certain readings. The percentage dropped dramatically to 54% in 2003, and continued to decrease until 2011 by nearly 6%. Why do less and less Chinese people read books?

The reasons may boil down to the following factors. For one thing, Chinese people,

especially the young, are now experiencing an unprecedented competition. They are struggling hard to accomplish their daily work, leaving no time and energy for reading.

For another, modern society provides various channels ranging from television to the Internet for people to effortless get whatever information they need.

Nevertheless, we cannot afford to be blind to the problem of the decrease in the

popularity of books among people, especially the young generation. To my mind, nothing can equal the benefits derived from reading. In one sense, books are no less necessary to our mental life than air is to our physical life. People should make it a rule to do some reading each day. Time-consuming as it may be, reading will inevitably exert profound influences on a person, a community and a nation.

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Income Sources Between Chinese Students and American Students

Income sources of Chinese students are quite different from those of American students.

In China, students get 90% of their money from their parents while in America, only 50% of students’ money is provided by parents. In addition, Chinese students earn only 5% of their money from part-time jobs and 5% from fellowship or scholarship while income from these two resources for American students takes up 35% and 15% respectively of their total income.

I think there are probably three reasons for their differences. First, because of the

influence of different social and family values, Chinese students have formed the habit of asking for money from their parents while American students have developed more sense of being financially independent. Second, most Chinese parents devote too much care to their children and they would rather save up to afford their children’s education rather than encourage them to take part-time jobs. But in America, many parents pay more attention to developing the students ’ ability of self-reliance, so they encourage their children to find part-time job to earn some money by themselves. Third, since America is more developed than China, it is relatively easy for students to find part-time jobs. In China, such opportunities are rather rare.

I believe with the development of China, more and more Chinese students will realize and

pay more attention to the necessity of self-dependence. In addition, more and more opportunities will be provided for them to take part-time jobs. So more students will go out of the ivory tower to broaden their knowledge and to become the master of their own lives.