31. The passage is about ______.
a. dyslexia and intelligence
b. dyslexia and culture
c. dyslexia and vision
d. dyslexia and personality
32. Which of the following statements is true of dyslexia?
a. It is a worldwide problem.
b. It is a regional problem.
c. It is a social problem.
d. It is a biological problem.
33. Which of the following countries is most affected with dyslexia according to the passage?
34. Which of the following is not true of the Japanese language?
a. It is divided into two types of phonetic alphabets.
b. It contains more katakana than hiragana.
c. Hiragana and katakana have the same number of sounds and characters.
d It includes Chinese characters.
35. What can be inferred from the passage?
a. There is no obvious reason for the unbalanced distribution of dyslexia in the world.
b. The existing theories about dyslexia are solid and conclusive.
c. There are underlying reasons for the differences with dyslexic problems with different peoples.
d. The relatively lower number of its people suffering from dyslexia in Japan may be attributed to its reading and writing system.
36. What is the most appropriate title for this passage?
a. Two Types of Stocks
b. A New Strategy of Investment
c. Distinctions between Trading and Investment
d. Conflicting Perspectives on Stock Investment
37. Which of the following statements is true of John Maynard Keynes?
a. He liked to attend beauty contests.
b. He would keep on buying and selling hot stocks.
c. He often bought in stocks of lesser companies.
d. He preferred investing stocks to trading stocks.
38. How did Benjamin Graham view stock investment?
a. He believed that both trading stocks and investing stocks are risky.
b. He regarded investing stocks equally risky as trading stocks.
c. He insisted that trading stocks were less valuable than investing stocks.
d. He compared hot stocks to fashionable dogs.
39. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the passage?
a. An investor of trading stocks only cares about the fixed assets of companies.
b. A buyer of investing stocks is always concerned about the performance of companies.
c. Most people keep their investing stocks for a longer period of time.
d. All people buy trading stocks and investing stock at the same time.
40. The speaker presents the passage by the following logic:
c. Cause and Effect
d. Comparison and Contrast
Listen to the following passage about new technology and its impact on the changes in universities. Write a short summary of around 150-200 words of what you have heard. This part of the test carries 20 points.