（1）百分比的直接描述---摘自于C4 T1 Reading Passage 1
1. The commonest response were continents or countries: Africa (given by 43% of children), South Africa (30%), Brazil (25%).---括号带入百分比，比较直观及简单
2. The dominant idea, raised by 64% of the pupils, was that the rainforests provide animals with habitats.---百分比作为插入语部分放在句中，体现语法的高级性
3. About 18% of the pupils referred specifically to logging activity.---百分比放句首
4. Only a few of the pupils (6%) mentioned that rainforest destruction may contribute to global warming.---6%与a few of的归类表述
5. Two fifths of the students provide the information that the rainforest provide oxygen.---分数与百分比之间的同义转换
（2）数据间的对比与比较---摘自于C4 T2 Reading Passage 2---Alternative medicine in Australia
1. 12% suffer from digestive problems, which is only 1% more than those suffering from emotional problems.---定语从句比较数据
2. Those suffering from respiratory complaints represent 7% of their patients, and candida sufferers represent an equal percentage.---用equal来体现相等数据的表述
3. Headache sufferers and those complaining of general ill health represent 6% and 5% of the patients respectively.---用respectively来引出2个接近数据
The bar chart compares the changes in the places where people used to surf on the internet in the years 1998, 2000, 2002 and 2004 in the UK.
a. 括号带入百分比---In 1998, library was the place where fewest people used to surf the Internet (13%)
b. 百分比作为插入语放句中---Library, attracting only 13% of people, was the least favorable place to surf the Internet.
c. 百分比放句首---Nearly 13% of people chose to surf the Internet in the library.
In 2000, about 48% of people surfed the internet at home, which was 10% more than those at work.---定语从句比较数据
In 2000, those surfing the internet in college and in the library represented 20% and 18%, respectively.---用respectively来引出2个接近数据
（3）趋势的写法---摘自于C4 T4 Reading Passage 3---The problem of scarce resources
Thus in OECD countries as a whole, health costs increased from 3.8% of GDP in1960 to 7% of GDP in 1980, and it has been predicted that（将来时的表述） the proportion of health costs to GDP will continue to increase.
The chart below shows the percentage of the whole world population in four countries from 1950-2002, with projections to 2050.
参考写法：In India, the percentage of population increased from 15% in1950 to 18% in 2002, and it has been predicted that the proportion will continue to rise to 23% in 2050.
摘自于Bakelite-the birth of modern plastics
1. The original patent outlined a three-stage process, in which… were initially combined---可以用于开头段的书写
2. …was allowed to cool until it hardened, and then broken up and ground into powder（冷却，打碎及碾压的表达）
3. Other substances were then introduced: including…（加入新事物的表达）
4. In the last stage, the heated bake lite was poured into a hollow mold of the required shape and subjected to extreme heat and pressure.（倒进去，模具塑形及加热的表达）
开头：The glass bottle recycling outlines a three-step process, in which bottles used by customers are initially gathered.
塑形过程：Then, the liquid, with additional one, is poured into the glass mold of the required shape to produce new bottles.
（1）阅读文章：Lost for words
Some people think governments should spend money on measures to save languages with few speakers from dying out completely. Others think this is a waste of financial resources. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.（语言类）
分析：语言类作文一直是考生比较头疼的，主要是由于对于这方面素材积累得比较少，无话可说。因此，要想写好这一篇作文，背景知识的了解以及知道如何保护语言还是很重要的，然而在lost for words这篇阅读中就能找到相关信息。
Navajo is considered endangered despite having 150,000 speakers. Street signs, supermarket goods and even their own newspaper are all in English. Not surprisingly, linguists doubt that any native speakers of Navajo will remain in a hundred years’ time.
Reasons for languages dying out:
1. The critically endangered languages are those that are only spoken by the elderly.
2. The deadliest weapon is not government policy but economic globalization.
Ways to protect:
1. Class for children have showed the erosion of Maori and rekindled interest in the language.
2. “Apprentice” programs have provided life support to several indigenous languages.
3. The mere possibility of revival has led many speakers of endangered languages to develop systems of writing where none existed before.
（2）阅读文章：How much higher? How much faster?
It is generally believed that some people are born with certain talents, for instance for sport or music, and others are not. However, it is sometimes claimed that any child can be taught to become a good sports person or musician. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.（剑7Test1）
At the 1908 Olympic, John Hayes of the US team ran a marathon in a time of 2:55:18. In 1999, Marocco’s Khalid Khannouchi set a new world record of 2:05:42, almost thirty percent faster.
（开头可以使用类似对比的方式来讨论先天与后天哪个improve the performance）
Gene (born with certain talents):
Over the past century, the composition of the human gene pool has not changed appreciably, but with increasing global participation in athletics,--and greater rewards to tempt athletes--it is more likely that individuals possessing the unique complement of genes for athletic performance can be identified earlier.
阅读中的同义替换：Genetically talented individuals/running on their genetics
Training (be taught to become a good sports person or musician):
Focused training will also play a role in enabling records to be broken. If we applied the Russian training models to some of the outstanding runners we have in this country, they would be breaking records left and right.
（Body 2的参考论证来体现出运动的重要性，典型的举例论证。考生可能对于Russian training model的方式不太熟悉，可以查询相关材料，把握其主旨）
（3）阅读文章：greying population stays in the pink
In some countries, the proportion of the elderly people is increasing steadily. Why? Is it a positive or negative development?
The results of a 14-year study to be announced later this month reveal that the diseases associated with old age are afflicting fewer and fewer people and when they do strike, it is much later in life.
1. Certain diseases are beating a retreat in the face of medical advances.
2. Improvements in childhood nutrition gave today’s elderly people a better start in life than their predecessors.
3. Educated people seek more medical attention.
4. Maintaining a level of daily physical activity may help mental functioning.
（4）阅读文章：the impact of wilderness tourism
These days, some developing countries are expanding their tourism industries. What are the reasons of this phenomenon? Is this a positive or negative development?
1. Tourism has been the prime source of foreign exchange in Nepal and Bhutan.
2. Tourism is also a key element in the economies of Arctic zones such as Lapland and Alaska and in desert areas such as Ayers Rock in Australia.
1. In some hill regions, this has led to a serious decline in farm output and a change in the local diet, because there is insufficient labor to maintain terraces and irrigation systems and tend to crops.
2. The physical impact of visitors is another serious problem associated with the growth in adventure tourism. Much attention has focus on erosion along major trails, but perhaps more important are the deforestation and impacts on water supplies.
1. Communities in fragile environments must achieve greater control over tourism ventures in the regions.