Directions： In this section， you are asked to write an essay based on the following table， in which you should
1）describe the table and
2）state your opinions drawn from it.
You should write at least 150 English words. （15 points ）
Accidents in a Chinese City （2005）
Main accident causes
number of accidents in 2005
percentage rise(+) or fall (-) over 2004
1. drivers turning left without due care
2. drivers traveling too close to other vehicles
3. pedestrians crossing roads carelessly
4. drivers driving under the influence of alcohol
5. drivers failing to give a signal
The table above clearly reflects the statistics of traffic accidents happening in a Chinese city. According to the table， in 2005， the traffic accidents in the Chinese city still failed to arouse concerns of both drivers and pedestrians.
The number of accidents that resulted from drivers turning left without due care increased 10 percent to 608， which is highlighted on the first row of the table. Accidents related drivers driving under the influence of alcohol enjoyed the greatest rise， a 15 percent rise. In comparison， those pedestrians who cross roads carelessly also led to 401 accidents. By analyzing these factors displayed in the diagram， we may draw the conclusion that both drivers and pedestrians have little respect for traffic regulations.
As has been mentioned above， countermeasures should be taken immediately so as to reverse the grim situation. First of all， relevant laws and regulations should be established to severely punish those who violate traffic rules openly， be they drivers or pedestrians. Furthermore， a widespread education campaign should be launched to inform citizens that proper rules for them are of benefit to public safety. Only by doing so can we exist in a harmonious and disciplined society. （196 words）
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.
工程硕士：Master of Engineering
The diagram above clearly illustrates that dramatic elevation has occurred in the recruitment of Master of Engineering （ME） in the past seven years. According to the statistics given above， we may conclude that the recruitment of ME was on a steady rise from 1998 to 2004. 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. Last but not least， working pressure is another reason. Taking all these factors into account， we may predict that with speedy development of our society， the number of recruitment of ME will keep growing in the forthcoming decade.
On the other side of the coin， however， this tendency may bring about a good many problems， such as the waste of talent. It is necessary for us to 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. （246 words）