Section 1 职业中介介绍，10填空
Section 2 健身房介绍，6地图 4匹配
Section 3 音乐课程讨论，6选择4匹配
Section 4 古埃及药物讲座，10填空
Section 1 Job application enquiry
1. Telephone number （home）： 0218819/Diploma： Secondary school
2. Type of job wanted： builder
3. Proficient in language： certificate in English
5. No transport offered
6. Can work full-time in evenings
7. Previous jobs： painting
8. And hurt his back injuries
9. Gardening and can bring his own tools
10. Date for starting work： 15th October
Section 2 Burnside fitness centre
11. Locker room - G
12. Woman’s fitting room - J
13. Gym room - H
14. Man’s fitting room - F
15. Squash court - B
16. Fitness machines - build up overall strength
17. Mats exercises - help body flexibility
18. Cycling class - good for lower limbs
19. Aerobic class - increase heart health beat
20. Weight training - keep concentration
Section 4 新题（顺序不定）
1. Describe a building you like
2. Describe a public place that you think needs improvements
3. Describe a city or country that you would like to live or work
4. Describe an important river or lake in your country
5. Describe a leisure facility you would like to have in your hometown
Describe a building you like
You should say：
Where it is
What it is used for
What it looks like
And explain why you like it
As for a building I like， I would like to talk about a temple in my hometown.
The temple dates back to the 15th century. Today， a lot of people still go there to pray for good luck and good health. Interestingly， although it’s a holy place， it’s located on the one of busiest streets in my hometown.
But from the moment you enter the temple， you start to feel calm and peaceful. Like most historic buildings in the area， the temple faces south， and the front gate is guarded by two stone lions. As you enter the front hall， you will see four wood sculptures， which are called ‘the Four Heavenly Kings’.
The Great Hall is separated from the front hall with a courtyard where you can see lots of trees and plants. The roof of the Great Hall is supported by tall， thick columns. Inside it， you can see a Buddha statue and statues of his students.
The temple is well-preserved and in good condition. It attracts thousands of tourists each year. And it provides cultural activities as well， including traditional art classes. So besides being a place of worship， it’s also educational and fun.
12. NOT GIVEN
题目： Architecture and art
25. River Severn
26. Michael Rooker
题目：The theory of evolution and modern business
34.thereliance of technology causes to emotional problems NOT GIVEN
35. people are more trusting than before NOT GIVEN
36. 改变working environment
37. MBA graduates不相信
题目：The charts show the total water use in different sectors in Sydney， Australia in 1997 and 2007.
The two pie charts illustrate the percentage of total water use in five different industry sectors including service， food， building， household and manufacturing in Sydney， Australia in two separate years： 1997 and 2007.
Generally speaking， the water use in food industry constituted the largest part in both years and decreased slightly from 48% to 41%； while building industry consumed the smallest proportion， declining from 5% in 1997 to only 2% in 2007.
It should also be noticed that the proportion of water use in service industry showed a dramatic increasing trend， nearly doubled from only 13% in 1997 to 25% in 2007. By contrast， the percentage of water use in household industry and manufacturing industry both fluctuated slightly， ranging from 19% to 21% and 11% to 15% respectively.
Overall， the percentage of water consumption remained relatively stable in food， manufacturing and household industry while fluctuated obviously in building and service
People believe arts like painting and music does not directly improve the quality of life， and therefore they think government’s money should be spent on other things. To what extend do you agree or disagree？
Throughout the history， arts have always been placed in an inferior place compared with other more seemingly more important facets such as education， economy and health care. As intangible arts might be， I still believe that it should be more highly valued by governments because it can make the masses enjoy a better life.
Arts， especially the visual ones， can make cities and towns more visually attractive and spectacular. This is because artists know the tips that can please our brains， and they can employ a variety of shapes， pattern， colors and designs to arouse our aesthetic desire. Moderns cities are a place to demonstrate the function of art because it is ubiquitous to see a host of well-designed advertising pictures displayed along the streets and in the shopping malls； some cities decorate landmark buildings with sophisticated external glass walls. Living in this environment， citizens are likely to be proud of the modernization of the place where they live and their sense of happiness will also be improved.
Other forms of art， such as music， opera， and dancing， can also never be underestimated due to their effect on people’s emotions. Enjoying a piece of light music or immersing themselves in an opera， people’s mind can be soothed； an engaging dance is also likely to help release some pressures because dancers focus on motions and paces， casting the worries aside for the time being. In some developed countries， music and dancing even used as aiding therapy for those who are suffering mental fatigue， considerable stress or even mental disorder.
In conclude， it is quite justifiable for governments to allocate fund to arts even though some opponents who are short sighted and norrow-mined will complain the uselessness of arts. Governments should be visionary， believing their attention and assistance in arts will never be in vain.