Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes towrite an essay on the saying Beauty of the soul is the essen-tial beauty. You should write at least 150 words but no morethan 200 words.
In this rapidly developing society, what we persue has neverbeen more abundant than ever before. We care about thefood safety, the money we can earn, the health of thepeople around us and the apperence of us, namely beauty.Talking about beauty, ideas may differ from person toperson. Among all the elements of beauty that modernpeople attach importance to, 1 reckon that beauty of thesoul is the essential beauty.
Looking around, we may find many facts which can relectthe value in the saying. Take Lihong as an example, she isnot the traditionally typical youngster who would be consid-ered beautiful. However, she keeps doing good routinelyand insists in helping those in need. When mentioned,Lihong is always the exemplary model praised by every-body. To many acquaintances of hers, they think she is oneof the most beautiful girls they' ve ever met. In the case ofLihong, beauty of the soul is more essentially valued thanthat of her appearence.plpass
To conclude, it is not the fashionable hairstyle, not the ex-pensive clothes we wear, but beauty of our soul that deter-mines how people see us. This reminds us agian of the valuethat beauty of the soul is the essential beauty.
Directions: For this part, 1 you are allowed 30 minutes towrite an essay on the saying What is worth doing is worthdoing well. You should write at least 150 words but no morethan 200 words.
In different stages of life, we may have diverse pursuit. PXSome determine to pass an arduous exam whereas others
may tend to find a satisfying job. No matter what we aregoing to do, one thing is certain, we have to spare no effortto make the worthy task fully accomplished. As the sayinggoes, what is worth doing is worth doing well.
Looking around, we may find many deeds to which we canapply the value relected in the saying. Take myself as an ex-ample, I made my mind to attend the postgraduate entranceexams at the beginning of last year, which for me I thoughtwas worth doing. Once the decision had been made, I never
doubted the possibility of not being able to pass the exams. eEI made a comprehensive plan for the whole year study and
stuck to it strictly. In the end, I managed to pass the examsand became a qualified graduate student.
To conclude, what is worth doing is definitely what is mean-ingful to us and even can have a long-term influence on ourlife and growth. Only when we accomplish what is worthdoing well can we be more likely to succeed.
Directions: For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes towrite an essay on the saying Wealth of the mind is the onlytrue wealth. You should write at least 150 words but nomore than 200 words.
In this rapidly developing society, what we persue has neverbeen more abundant than ever before. We care about thefood safety, the health of the people around us, the apper-ence of us and the money we can earn. Talking aboutwealth, ideas may differ from person to person. Among allthe elements of wealth that modern people attach impor-tance to, I reckon that wealth of the mind is the only truewealth.
Looking around, we may find many facts which can relectthe value in the saying. Take Lihong as an example, she isnot the traditionally typical youngster who would be consid-ered wealthy. However, she keeps reading books routinelyand insists in attending a variety of lectures. When men-tioned, Lihong is always the exemplary model praised by ev-erybody. To many acquaintances of hers, they think she isone of the most knowledgable and thoughtful girls they' veever met. In the case of Lihong, wealth of the mind is moreessentially valued than the money she possesses.
To conclude, it is not the money we earn but wealth of ourmind that determines how people see us. This reminds usagian of the value that wealth of the mind is the only truewealth.
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36.D段落第一-句None of this is to say that telemedicine
37.H段落第一句Many health plans and employers haverushed
38.E段落第一句What s more,for all the rapid growth
39.B段落第一句Doctors are linking up with
40.K段落第一句Who pays for the services?
41.O 段落第一句To date,17 states have joined
42.G段落第一句Do patients trade quality for convenience?
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36.H.段落第一句Do these same advantages benefit a childwho begins learning a second language in kindergarten instead of as a baby?
37.C 段落第一句Traditional programs for English-languagelearners,
38.J 段落第一句 About 10 percent of students in the Port-land,
39.D 段落第一句The trend flies in the face of some of theculture wars of two decades ago,
40.M 段落第一句American public school classrooms as awhole are becoming more segregated by race and class Du-al-language programs can be an exception.
41.E 段落第一句Some of the insistence on English-first wasfounded on research produced decades ago,
42.B 段落第一句 Again and again, researchers have found,"bilingualism is an experience that shapes our. brain for life,43.P段落第一句 A review of studies published last yearfound that cognitive advantages failed to appear in 83 per-cent of published studies,
44.G段落第一句People who speak two languages oftenoutperform monolinguals on general measures of executivefunction.
45.N 段落第一句Several of the researchers also pointed outthat,
46.C They are deeply impressed by Danielle Steel's dailywork schedule.
47.A She could serve as an example of industriousness. @ ja IE48. A They are questionable.
49. C It may symbolise one's importance and success.
50. B The general public should not be encouraged to follow it.
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51.B Organic farming may be exploited to solve the globalfood problem.
52. D It is not that productive. fiie
53. C Inequality in food distribution. ca. E,54. B It is not conducive to sustainable development.
55. D Organic farming does long-term good to the ecosystem.
46-50 (Public health)
46. B People disagree as to who should do what.
47.А Governments have a role to play.
48. В They have not come up with anything more constructive.
49. D To justify government intervention in solving theobesity problem .
50. C When individuals have the incentive to act accordingly.
51-55 (The Coral Sea proposal)
51. A It is exceptionally rich in marine life.
52. D Complete the series of marine reserves around itscoast.
53. A The government has not done enough for marineprotection
54 .D It is a tremendous joint effort to protect the rangeof marine habitats
55. C It will protect regions that actually require little protection
《水浒传》( Water Margin)是 中国文学四大经典小说之一。这部小说基于历史人物宋江及其伙伴反抗封建帝王的故事，数百年来一直深受中国读者的喜爱。笑而过
Water Margin, one of the four classic novels in the Chineseliterature, is based on the stories of the historical figures ofSong Jiang and his partners, who rebelled against the feudalemperor, and has been popular among the Chinese readersfor hundreds of years.
It is no exaggeration to say that almost every single Chineseis familiar with some of the major characters in the book asits splendid stories are repeatedly told in tea houses, on the-atrical stages, by radio and television, and on film screens.In fact, its influence has been far. beyond the nationalboundary as more and more foreign readers are touchedand intrigued by the stories of the novel.
《红楼梦》( Dream of the Red Chamber)是18世纪曹雪芹创作的一部小说。曹雪芹基于自己痛苦的个人经历，讲述了贾宝玉和林黛玉之间的悲剧性爱情故事。书中有大约30个主要人物和400多个次要人物，每个人物都刻画得栩栩如生，具有鲜明的个性。小说详尽地描述了四个贵族世家兴衰的历程，反映了封建社会隐藏的种种危机和错综复杂的社会冲突。
Dream of the Red Chamber is a novel written by Cao Xueqinin the 18th century, who, based on his own hard life experi-ence, tells the tragic love story between Jia Baoyu and LinDaiyu. In the book, there are about 30 major characters andover 400 minor ones, each of whom is depicted vividly withdistinctive personalities. The novel narrates exhaustivelythe rise and fall of four aristocratic families, reflecting vari-ous crises and complicated social conflicts that lurk in thefeudal society.
Dream of the Red Chamber, which integrates realism and ro-manticism and generates strong artistic appeal, is universal-ly acknowledged as the greatest Chinese novel and one ofthe world' s literary masterpieces.
老而7《西游记》( Journey to the, West)也许是中国文学四大经典小说中最具影响力的一部，当然也是在国外最广为人知的一部小说。这部小说描绘了著名僧侣玄奘在三个随从的陪同下穿越中国西部地区前往印度取经( Buddhist scripture)的艰难历程。虽然故事的主题基于佛教,但这部小说采用了大量中国民间故事和神话的素材,创造了各种栩栩如生的人物和动物形象。其中最著名的是孙悟空,他与各种各样妖魔作斗争的故事几乎为每个中国孩子所熟知。
Journey to the West is probably the most influential one ofthe four classic novels in the Chinese literature and surelythe best-known one on foreign lands. Depicted in the novelis the hard journey that Hsuan-tsang, an eminent monk, andhis three followers make across west China to India to fetchBuddhist scripture. Although the theme is based on Bud-dhism, the book employs many materials of Chinese folktales and myths to create various vivid images of charactersand animals, among which is the most famous Monkey King,whose stories of fighting genies are extremely i popularamong Chinese kids.