适用于This part的directions :you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic online games . you should write at least 120 words




Online Games

As a product of modern computer and the internet,Online games have become very popular among college students . a great many students have enjoyees

However,some others argue that online games are not always harm ful . They can train the ability of young sters to respond to things quickly They cay

From my point of view,online games are a wonderful entertainment if you play them in a reasonable way . when they interfere too much with your SSI It


Directions: For this part,You are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic certificate craze on campus . You should write at leat




Certificate Craze on Campus

In recent years,To get a certificate has become a new craze among college students . just randomly ask a student on campus what he or she is busy doints

there are mainly two reasons behind this phenomenon。to begin with,It is the employment pressure that forces college students to get more certificates。with the admission expansion of colleges,A lot more graduates have to face the fierce competition in the job market . how can one make himself moreMore certificates at hand,maybe.furthermore,diploma and certificates are still vital standar

ds by which a good many employers measure a person’s ability. In order to increase the qualifications for a job, the students compel themselves to run from one exam to another.

From my point of view, we should be more rational when it comes to certificates, since certificates do not necessarily prove one’s ability. Being crazy in getting certificates blindly is nothing but wasting time. To conclude, we should focus on improving our ability but not getting a certificate of no practical value.


Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic Extravagant Spending on College Campus. You should write at least 120 words, and base your composition on the outline below:




Extravagant Spending on College Campus

According to a survey, in recent years the monthly expenditure of a college student has been on the sharp rise. Many college students have no concept of thrift in their mind. They take it for granted that they spend money from their parents before they enter into the society. This extravagant spending is primarily caused by the following factors.

First of all, nowadays most of the students are the only children of their families. They are the apple in their family’s eyes and naturally get more care and pocket money. In addition, with the improvement of living standards, parents can afford higher expenditure of their children. Moreover, some students like to pursue fashion and trends, which tend to need more money. Finally, campus love is also a possible factor causing extravagant spending.

From my point of view, a college student, as a pure consumer, should learn to be thrifty. We should limit our expenditure on daily necessities but not buy whatever we want regardless of their prices. The habit of thrift can help us form right values and is favorable to our future development.


Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic Test for Civil Servants. You should write at least 120 words, and base your composition on the outline below:




Test for Civil Servants

In recent years, there are people in expanding numbers who have participated in the test for civil servants. Millions of students choose civil servant as their most ideal occupation after graduation. And among them, the high-educated, like masters and doctors, take quite a large percentage. The craze in civil servant test has attracted widespread attention.

The following fundamental causes can account for this kind of craze. First and foremost, nowadays college students face great employment pressure. Civil servant, as one of the most stable professions in today’s China, becomes their preferable choice. Moreover, recently, the welfare and salary of civil servants have been improved greatly, which undoubtedly attracts many people. Last but not least, the high social position of civil servants is a crucial factor drawing many people to take part in the civil servant test.

In my opinion, this craze in civil servant test will continue in the following years. However, from the long run, it does not do good to the development of our nation. If most high quality talents gather in the government departments, it might lead to a waste of resources. Accordingly, both the individuals and the government should have a more objective recognition of the civil servant test craze.


Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a composition on the topic Attending TV PK Shows Does(or Does no) good to Young People. You should write at least 120 words, and base your composition on the outline below:




Attending TV PK Shows Does No Good to Young People

Nowadays, TV PK shows are great hits in China and have attracted a large number of adolescents. Some youngsters even give up their studies to attend these shows in the hope of winning their fame overnight. Some people argue that these shows provide young people more chance to show talents, while others assume that attending these shows does no good to the juvenile. As for me, I prefer to the latter opinion.

It should be admitted that some young people like Li Yuchun has stood out from the numerous attendants in the PK show, but that doesn’t mean attending the PK shows is a good way to become successful for teenagers. The following reasons can support my view. First and foremost, TV PK shows breed restlessness and induce young people to hunt after fame at whatever cost. Furthermore, TV PK shows can subvert the youngsters’ values. They cling to the idea that attending the PK shows is a shortcut to success, so they may despise the way of achieving success by hard work. Finally, if the young fail in these shows, they will suffer a psychological unbalance.

In a word, entering for TV PK shows is not a good way for young people to achieve success. I hold the opinion that young people should think twice before deciding to attend PK shows.



For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay entitled Man and Computer by commenting on the saying, “The real danger is not that the computer will begin to think like man, that man will begin to think like the computer.” You should write at least 120 words but no less than 180 words.

Man and Computer

The computer has become an indispensable part in man’s life. While it has brought great convenience to us, its rapid development has also aroused much concern about whether it will one day think like man, or even worse, whether man will think like the computer.

In my judgment, although the computer may have incredible intelligence, it is unlikely that it will take the place of man someday. Unfortunately, with the increasing reliance on the computer, there is indeed a danger that some people may think and act the same way as the computer which is programmed. They may lose the ability to think critically and reactively, and eventually develop some “programmed routine” in their behavior, neglecting the rich subtleties of human feelings.

Accordingly, while making good use of the computer, we should always bear in mind that it is only a useful tool for us, and that we should always bear in mind that it is only a useful tool for us, and that we can always think of better and more humane ways of coping with our problems.



Write an essay based on the following chart in your writing, you should

(1) interpret the chart ,and

(2) give your comments.

You should write about 150 words.


The column chart clearly reveals the statistics of students taking part-time jobs in a certain university. According to the survey, there has been a steady increase from 67.77% to 71.93% for students holding temporary jobs from freshmen to juniors, while the percentage of seniors working part-time jumped markedly to 88.24%.

The most obvious way that having a part-time job can adversely affect students’studies is by becoming a drain on the their time. Another way that part time employment can be detrimental to students is by reducing the perceived incentive to study. Despite presenting certain pitfalls, working part-time during one’s college years also offer several potential benefits. For one, it can help students to better understand their preferences or to “test out” a possible career direction. Additionally, companies seeking to recruit recent grads will give preference to those with real-world experience.

In the end, the impact of a part-time job on student’s academic career depends on the student’s ability to maintain focus and balance his or her own time.


Directions: In this section, you are asked to write an essay based on the following diagram. Describe the diagram and analyze the possible causes. You should write at least 150 words.


The diagram clearly illustrates that dramatic elevation has occurred in the recruitment of Master of Engineering (ME) in the past seven years. In 1998, the number was at a low level, only about 2,500. Surprisingly, it reached to more than 35,000 in 2004 within no more than seven years.

Some driving factors that contribute to the above-mentioned changes may be summarized as follows. First and foremost, China has become particularly active in manufacturing, which leads to the increasing demand of qualified engineers. In addition, the development of job market on the whole cannot keep pace with the expansion of college graduates, which obliges a large number of students to stay on campus for another three years to get better prepared for their career.

On the other side of the coin, however, this tendency may bring about a good many problems, such as the waste of talent. We should take effective measures to ensure this situation doesn’t get out of hand, and encourage students to choose majors in which theoretical knowledge and practical skills will be demanded in the job market.



As is shown in the picture, a poor man is painfully staggering forward. Under huge working pressure, a heart entitled “happiness” is broken. And below the drawing, there is topic which says: “where on earth is happiness?”

Why is it difficult to define, or rather discover and achieve happiness? I think the major determinant lies in people’s attitudes. Above all, there is little correlation between the circumstances of people’s lives and how happy they are. If you have a positive attitude and are determined to find the little happiness of life, you are destined to be jolly. Moreover, happiness lies in the struggle to be happy. Perhaps if people shifted their life goals from ultimate success to unswerving efforts and to a confidence that they will be successful one day they’d be a great deal happier.

How do people achieve happiness? No doubt, different people have diverse ways of going about this task. The following is mine: The first secret is gratitude. We tend to think that being unhappy leads people to complain; but it is truer to say that complaining leads people becoming unhappy. The second secret is realizing that happiness is a by-product of something else. The most obvious sources are those pursuits that give our lives a purpose.



Write an e-mail of about 100 words to a foreign teacher in your college, inviting him/her to be a judge for the upcoming English speech contest.

You should include the details you think necessary.

Dear Professor Schipper,

On behalf of all the students at my university who share a love for the English language, I am writing this e-mail to cordially invite you to be our honorable judge for an English speaking contest.

As you are one of the leading experts in the English language in China, I believe that the students will not only be able to learn from you, but to be inspired as well. We are hoping that you will be available at 2:00 p.m. on January 5, 2013 on our campus. There has been two hours allocated for the contest and 30 minutes for a question and answer session.

If you are interested in coming to our university for the contest, please email me at this address.