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Which Mode of Travel Do You like？
Directions： For this part you are allowed thirty minutes to write a position on the topic Which Mode of Travel Do You like？ You should write no less than 150 words and base your position on the outline （given in Chinese） below：
1. 有的人喜欢参加旅行社旅游（package tours）
2. 有的人喜欢自己独立行动（travelling on one’s own）
With the general standard of living improving and the working week being shorter， more and more people are able to make a holiday trip to places of interest. While many like to join package tours fro convenience， I prefer to travel on my own.
I like travelling on may own not only because it costs much less but because it gives a great degree of independence and freedom. Travelling on my own， I’m my own boss； and can decide when to start on my way， where to linger a little longer and which spot can be skipped over to save energy or time for another spot. I can always adjust my plan. On the contrary， in a package tour you’re deprived of as much freedom as in a military base. At the sound of the whistle， you have to jump up from a sound sleep and， with heavy-lidded eyes， hurry to the gathering place where you are collected and counted to board a coach. At the sight of the little flag waving， you must immediately take yourself away from the scenes you are marveling at and follow the guide whose sole interest is to cover all spots according to him strict schedule， regardless of the weather or your health condition.
True， you may encounter inconveniences if you travel individually， for instance， getting acmodations for the night and finding a place for meals. But nothing can be pared with the freedom which is vital to a person who takes a holiday trip mainly to escape from constraints of his routine life.
英语学习资料：A Letter to the University President,A Letter to the Univers 以下文字资料是由(中小学生网www.zxxsw.cn)小编为大家搜集整理后发布的内容，让我们赶快一起来看一下吧！
A Letter to the University President,A Letter to the Univers
Direction： For this part， you are allowed thirty minutes to write a position on the topic： A letter to the university president about the canteen service on campus， you should write at least 100 words， and base your position on the outline given in Chinese below：
January 11th， 2003
Dear Mr. President，
As a regular student at our college， I have some plaint to make about the canteen service on campus.
Firstly， the canteen environment is very bad. Actually， it is being more and more crowded and noisy with an ever larger presence of vocational students every term. Secondly， the canteen workers are bad-mannered. Far from being warm and kind-hearted， they always seem to be cold and rude to us students. Thirdly and most importantly， the dishes at our canteen are too expensive， though they are by no means good quality or delicious. The survey the Student union carried out last week reveals that on average a student will spend 10 to 12 yuan on meals every day. This is for more than the food expenses of students in the neighborhood colleges.
Nutritious and delicious meals well within the students’ means are very important for young students. I really wish measures could be taken to improve our canteen service.
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Privacy of Famous People
Directions： you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay no less than 120 words on the following topic.
Newspapers and magazines have special interest in the private lives of famous people.
What can you explain it？
What effect it will have on the people being exposed？
And what is your opinion of it？
In recent years， many newspapers and magazines focus on the activities of film stars， pop singers and some other famous men and women. Reporters disguise their identities， infiltrate the subject’s business and family， or even bug and wiretap them——to get the news by whatever means are necessary.
It is not difficult to explain the reason for their surprising amount of interest in famous people’s lives. They are in the spotlight， renowned or notorious， they are the topic of ordinary people who like to know everything about them. To satisfy their curiosity， or “the people’s right to know”， journalists often find it their duty to report their activities.
More over， what matters to a newspaper or a magazine is the number of readers. A large readership means the rise in the circulation of their publications， hence a huge profit. Since film stars and pop singers are newsworthy figures， and their stories draws far more attention than those of other people， it is natural that the press tries to attract them to buy their magazines by featuring private lives of famous people.
How ever， those exposed people can be severely injured by such press attention. Sensational stories about their private lives cause great unhappiness to them. To escape reporters， they can’t even lead a normal life. Sometimes their lives will be in danger. For example， Princess Diana died in a car accident as she attempted to escape photographers in a chase through Paris.
Famous people are also citizens. They have the right to keep their own privacy like ordinary people——the basic right which should be respected， protected and guaranteed by our laws in whatever circumstances.