This is a one reading/two question exercise.
Studying these two pie-charts, we can see that they are representations of China’s trading partners.The first is imports 进口[jìnkǒu]。货源地[huòyuándì] here means the source/supply or place from which the goods came. 分币[fēnbì] means divided by.
The second graph is the destination 目的地[mùdìdì] of exports 出口[chūkǒu]。 欧盟[ōuméng] is Chinese for the EU, and 东盟[dōngméng] refers to the ASEAN.
The first question states for China’s November imports source,
each country’s ,所占比例[bǐlì]（percentage/proportion）：
A. is basically 基本[jīběn] the same 相当[xiāngdāng]
B. Korea 韩国 and the ASEAN are the same
C. Japan is double 多一倍[yíbèi] that of America.
or(a tricky one)
D. the EU,the ASEAN, and Korea, increase in sequence 依次递增[yīcìdìzēng]
which we can see is false because by studying the pie-chart we can
see they actually decrease in sequence.
The second question is concerned with each country’s export proportion:
A. The EU is more than Japan – they’re the same
B. is the same as Imports
C. Japan is 4 times more than Korea
(BE CAREFUL, 多三倍 means 4 times,
NOT 3 times!)
So the answer is D. The EU is lower than the US
by 7 percentage points 7个百分点[bǎifēndiǎn]