比如说是否同意“新的科技产品发布，过段时间购买比马上购买要好”，我们完全可以只提出过段时间购买的两个正面理由：一. 价格会更便宜; 二.
比如作文题目“Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Playing
computer games is a waste of time. Children should not be allowed to play
——Admittedly / Undoubtedly / There is no denying that / It cannot be denied
——May / might / possibly / probably
——One / one or two / a couple of / minor / several
——To some extent / to some degree
However, the advantages of A are more important than those of B.
However, the advantages of A are far more than those / that of B.
However, the advantages of A outnumber those / that of B.
However, the problem can be solved by …
However, the negative influence can be eliminated by …
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Playing computer
games is a waste of time. Children should not be allowed to play them.
Admittedly, playing computer games does harbor several drawbacks.
Some children are addicted to playing computergames and ignore their
studies, thereby suffering from poor academic performance. Also, over exposure
to computer games with high concentration will sooner or later cause the
impairment of their eyesight.
However, most children are able to control themselves to play games in
moderation. Also, their parents can intervene and supervise as well.
Specifically, they could set strict rules on how much time their children could
play games everyday and on what conditions they could do so, therefore it is
completely unnecessary to forbid them to play computer games.
The government has announced that it plans to build a new university. Some
people think that your community would be a good place to locate the university.
Compare the advantages and disadvantages of establishing a new university in
your community. Use specific details in your discussion.
I was fortunate enough to grow up in a small town where the state
university is located, and my family’s life was richer as a result of having
this university in our midst. Living in a “college town” can have its
disadvantages, but I would readily advocate having a new university established
in my community.
One of the primary advantages of having a university situated in a
community is the economic boost it would enjoy. First and foremost, the
community could look forward to the creation of steady jobs, including chefs to
cook in the dining room, librarians to catalog books, and gardeners to landscape
the grounds. Local restaurants, movie theaters and bookstores would benefit from
the spending power of young college students, and new cafes and bars might even
However, a college town finds itself enriched not just financially but in
other, less tangible ways. University life consists not just of academic but of
extracurricular pursuits. Professors regularly give lectures on their fields of
expertise, from Dostoevsky and Russian literature to American Civil War history,
and these lectures are usually open to the public, as are concerts, poetry
readings and plays. Especially in a small town, international students provide
glimpses into other cultures that would otherwise not be so readily available.
In the town where I grew up, a large number of doctoral students came from India
with their families. The daughter of one such family eventually became my best
friend; her family brought me to local Indian cultural events and I grew to love
the culture and now consider Indian food to be practically my native
It would be inaccurate, though, to portray a college town as a utopia. It’s
an unavoidable fact that some undergraduates consider partying to be central to
the college experience, and when such students live off campus in apartments,
their lifestyles are likely to cause tension among their neighbors. Longtime
residents who relish their communities as peaceful, family-oriented places to
live are naturally disturbed when a group of students rent the house next door
and create an atmosphere of drinking, parties and loud music at odd hours. There
is no easy solution, but communication between the university administration and
the community is an essential part of the planning process before the university
When a university is established, it becomes inextricably connected to the
community where it is located. Alumni who return, years later, for reunions
might have some of their fondest memories away from campus, for example in the
coffee shop where they spent hours studying, or at the ice cream shop that was a
Friday night destination. Planning and discussion between the administration and
the community will always be necessary to reduce conflict, but if given the
opportunity to welcome a new university to my community, I would be more than
enthusiastic about the prospect.
Eg: Four centuries ago, Christopher Columbus, one of the Italian mariners
whom the decline of their own republics had put at the service of the world and
of adventure, seeking for Spain a westward passage to the Indies as setoff
against the achievements of Portuguese discoverers, lighted on America.
Eg: With these hopes and in this belief I would urge you, laying aside all
hindrance, thrusting away all private aims, to devote yourselves unswervingly
and unflinchingly to the vigorous and successful prosecution of this war.