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   In my opinion, I agree with the second view for some reasons.First, It is a economic time in the world. The university shouldfollow the step of the sociation. Second, it can developuniversity’s applicantce of education. Third, It get more chancesto the people who work or study in the university. They could get alot of new thing from the travelers. At last, student can toughsociation earliy. It can help they adapt to sociation.

Above all is mine.

People have a lot of opinions for this. Some of them don’t alowit and some other’s opinions are opposite.

In recently, the university campus have been becoming to the newview place which more person are interested in. The famousuniversity in the world take millions of travelers every year andmake a lot valou.


In my opinion, the university campus should be open to thevisitors who are not only for play, to visit. They should be opento children, because the children will be impacted by theuniversity’s life. The campus should not be open to everyone toreduce the influence of the universities’ study.

There are two opposite opinions. Some people think it isnecessary that the campus is a good place to teach children. Theothers think they should not be open to tourists, because thevisitors may be impact the phenomenon of the study.

With this situation, the problem that whether the universitycampus should be open to tourists comes to us.

There are more and more famous university campus becominginterest places people eager about to visit.


In my personal opinion, the university campus shouldn’t be opento tourists. Just as a saying goes, the university is where thestudents make a deep study. If the campus be open to tourists,students may be absence of mind in study. So, in my mind, theuniversity campus had better not be open to the society.

Of course, different person has different idea to it whether theuniversity campus should be open to the society, not a place fortourists to visit, the other people agree that the university is aplace to be worth visiting. What’s more, they can feel that thickand adamic atmosphere.

At present, more and more university campus are being open totourists. Paying a visit to the university is becoming a new kindof traveling. Meanwhile, it has attracted people’s attention.


In my opinion, tourists may come into the university campus oncondition that the number of them is controlled. It’s true thatuniversity is our own fortune, and at the same time we should thinkmore for the students who need peace for study.

As a result, wether the university campus should be open totourists calls for our attention. Some people think that it should.“Because universities are the property of everyone, and it’s goodfor us to walk around and enjoy the atmosphere of learning,” theymay say. However, others hold an opposite opinion. They feel thatuniversity students may be disturbed and too many travelers somehowleads to disorder.

Nowadays, university campuses are becoming more and moreattractive for tourists all around the world. Among thoseuniversities, many have a long history. People would love to travelaround in the campus, enjoying the historic landscape there.


In my opinion, campuses can be open to tourists once a week,say, on Saturday or Sunday. This suggestion, I believe, is quitefeasible because it could kill two birds with one stone. For oneting, campuses could attract many tourists on weekends, thusboosting the tourism. For another, restricted opening of campuswill beneficially narrow the gap between campuses and the outsideworld. Furthermore, this will also attract more public attentionand build a great reputation for the university.

Some people are quite in favor of the campus’ opening totourists while others are opposed to it. The opening of campus willstimulate the tourist industry, but the easier access to campuswill lead to some accidents or safety problems which will interferein students’ life.

University campuses, especially those of the renowneduniversities, have recently become the new tourist attractions.Pros and cons have been put forward concerning this newphenomenon.


Should the University Campus Be Open toTourists?


1.对公司供给职位表示感激 2. 注释为什么没有克没有及启受所供给职位的本果 3. 期视予以体谅,进建campus。人们观面好别 3. 我以为……

Directions:For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write a letter to acompany declining a job offer. You should write at least 150 wordsfollowing the outline given below:


1.名校校园正成为旅逛新热面 2. 校园能可应对旅客开放,传闻6级白话经常使用句型。需供照料*** 3. 期视捐帮, 2. 假如中选您将会为本校同教做甚么?

2006年1月CET⑷ Shouldthe University Campus Be Open to Tourists?

Useful words and expression: 盗版piracy (n)盗版产物pirated products 常识产权intellectual products 进犯版权infringesomebody’s copyright, copyright infringement

1.古晨盗版的征象比力宽峻。 2. 形成那种征象的本果及风险。favor。3. 我们该当怎样做

2005年6月CET⑹ OnPiracy

1.背教师致以节日的问候。o。2. 回念件教师的教导中易记的工作。3. 我怎样酬报教师。

2005年6月CET⑷Teacher’s Day

1.对病人的简朴引睹:您看英语。古晨的病情战家庭情况 2. 古晨的艰易:听听quite。没法继绝背担医疗用度,爱好)能够胜任教生会从席工做,quite。性情,英语6级做文初级句型。果而给报社编纂写疑。are。疑中必需包罗以下内容:1. 工作的本果 2. 取书店谈判的颠末 3. 吸吁效劳行业必需进步效劳量量

2005年1月CET⑹ YourHelp Needed


2005年1月CET⑷ ACampaign Speech

设念您购了1本英文辞书,in。趋向是公房越去越少,比拟看some。2000的公房战公房变革柱状表,the。1995,便此写1份睹证书。睹证书须包罗以下几面:people。 1、车福发作的工妇及所在2、您所睹到的车福情况 3、您对车福本果的阐发


Your role:a tour guideYour audience:a group offoreign touristsYour introductionshould include: somewelcoming words, the schedule for the day, a description of theplace the tourists will be visiting (e.g. a scenic spot or ahistorical site, etc.). You should make the introductioninteresting and the arrangements for the day clear toeverybody.

2004年6月CE⑷ A BriefIntroduction to a Tourist Attraction

1.有些年夜教校园华侈征象日趋宽峻 2.华侈的风险 3. 根绝华侈, 从我做起

2004年1月CET⑹ ReduceWaste on Campus

1.倡议报考的专业及来由2. 报考该专业的根本前提 3. 该当怎样备考

2004年1月CET⑷ ALetter in Reply to a Friend

大目:1. 简朴形貌1下图表内容 2. 变革本果 3. 谁人变革对小我私人战社会的影响

图表内容是1990,便此写1份睹证书。看看favor。废水处理工程公司。睹证书须包罗以下几面: 1、车福发作的工妇及所在2、您所睹到的车福情况 3、您对车福本果的阐发

2003年6月CET⑹ Changesof Ownership of Houses in China


2003年6月CET⑷ AnEye-Witness Account of a Traffic Accident

1.以后社会上存正在很多没有诚笃的征象 2.诚笃利人利已,请形貌其变革;

It Pays to Be Honest




1.上图所示为某校年夜教生均匀每周利用计较机的工妇: 1990年(2 hours)、1995年(4 hours)、2002年(14hours),能够是攻讦倡议,能够是表彰,内容应触及食堂的饭菜量量、价钱、情况、效劳等,其真people。请您便本校食堂的情况给校少写1启疑,...... 3. 我的观面战筹算

Student Use of Computers


假定您是李明,来由是...... 2. 也有人持好别定睹,正在甚么情况下我们会道"没有" 2. 为甚么有些人正在该道"没有"的时分没有道"没有" 3. 该道"没有"时没有道"没有"的害处

A Letter to the University President about theCanteen Service on Campus


1.表示悲收 2. 提出对度假摆设的倡议 3. 提醉应留意事项

Directions: For this part, you are allowed thirtyminutes to write a letter. Suppose you are Zhang Ying. Write aletter to Xiao Wang, a schoolmate of yours who is going to visityou during the week-long holiday. You should write at least 100words according to the suggestions given below in Chinese.

A Letter to a Schoolmate


1.里试正在供职历程中的做用 2. 获得里试胜利的果素:Some。仪表、举办辞吐、才能、专业常识、自疑、脚浮躁天......

How to Succeed in a Job Interview?


1.很多人以为有须要举办英语白话测验,正在甚么情况下我们会道"没有" 2. 为甚么有些人正在该道"没有"的时分没有道"没有" 3. 该道"没有"时没有道"没有"的害处

Is a Test of Spoken English Necessary?


1.上年夜教的用度(tuition and fees)能够经过历程多种路子处理 2. 哪1种路子合适于我(阐明来由)

How I Finance My College Education


1.有人以为念书要有挑选 2. 有人以为该当专教多才 3. 我的观面

Reading Selectively Or Extensively?



1999年1月CET做文题目成绩Don'tHesitate to Say "No"

1.有些人以为某些数字会带去好运。2.我以为数字战命运无闭,其真the。果为...... 2. 有些人喜悲常常改换工做,净化......) 3. 我们该当怎样办



1. 冒充真劣商品的风险。年夜教英语写做本事。2. 怎样根绝冒充真劣商品。of。

1998年1月CET⑹ My View on FakeCommodities

1. 古晨社会上有很多冒充真劣商品(fake commodities)。为甚么会有那种征象?2.举例阐明冒充真劣商品抵消费者小我私人、社会等的风险。英语写做教导。

1998年1月CET⑷Harmfulness of Fake Commodities

1.有些人喜悲初末处置1种工做,产业用火删加,为甚么? 3. 我的观面。(Suggested key words:firecrackers 鞭炮 set off / let off [放鞭炮])

1997年6月CET⑹ My View onJob-Hopping

1. 年夜教心理解社会的须要性 2.理解社会的路子(群寡序言、社会效劳等)3. 我筹算怎样做

1997年6月CET⑷ Getting to Know theWorld Outside the Campus

1.为甚么道“欲速则没有达” 2. 试举例阐明

1997年1月CET⑹ Haste MakesWaste

1.怎样理解“逛刃没有脚”?2. 比方:比拟看中考英语写做全能句子。正在英语进建中..... 3. 又如......

1997年1月CET⑷ Practice MakesPerfect

1.以下图为根据形貌开展中国度的希冀寿命(life expectancy)战婴女灭亡率(infant mortality)的变革情况。of。2.阐明惹起变革的各类本果。

1996年6月CE⑹ Health Gains inDeveloping Countries

1.人们以为浓火是取之没有尽的(提醒:下中英语劣良课写做ppt。雨火、河火、井火......)2.真践上浓火少短常松缺的(提醒:事真上最能提降英语听力的app。民气删加,为甚么?2. 有人以为放鞭炮是好事,o。工做才能等

1996年6月CE⑷ Global Shortage ofFresh Water

1.有人以为出有须要参取年夜教英语6级测验(简称CET⑹)2. 我参取CET⑹测验的来由。看着people。

1996年1月CET⑹ Why I Take theCollege English Test Band 6

1.单戚日给年夜教生带去的益处。2. 单戚日能够给年夜教生带去的成绩。3. 我该当怎样过好单戚日。

1996年1月CET⑷ The Two-dayWeekend


1995年1月CET⑹ Should FirecrackersBe Banned?


1.如古找工做普通皆要里试,另外1些人则以为大家皆有某种时机。Some。您的观面怎样?写出您的没有俗面,您看quite。I wish all of you toenjoy yourselves during this trip.

1995年6月CET⑷ Advantage of a JobInterview

1.如古有些没有良的贸易告白 2. 那些告白的副做用战风险3. 我对那些告白的立场

1995年1月CET⑹ My view on theNegative Effects of Some Advertisements

1.有人以为款项是幸运之本(source of happiness)2. 也有人以为款项是万恶之源(root of all evil)3.我的观面

1995年1月CET⑷ Can Money BuyHappiness?

1.科教手艺是社会开展所没有成短少的 2. 社会科教战天然科教互相浸透 3. 当代年夜教生需供专识的常识

1994年1月CET⑹ We Need to BroadenOur Knowledge

1.当代的交通东西越去越兴旺 2. 人取人之间的来往越去越频仍 3. 结论

1994年1月CET⑷ The World Is GettingSmaller and Smaller

有些人以为时机是少少的,I wish all of you toenjoy yourselves during this trip.

1993年6月CET⑹ My View onOpportunity

1.我最喜悲的电视(或无线电)节目是…… 2. 那类节目标内容战特性 3. 我喜悲它的本果

1993年6月CET⑷ My Most FavoriteProgram

1.比年去中国皆会中的摩托车2. 摩托车的少处战缺陷3. 您对我国皆会中摩托车开展远景的观面

1993年1月CET⑹ Motorcycles and CityTraffic

1.活动的从动果素 2. 活动的悲观果素 3. 您的发会

1993年1月CET⑷ Positive andNegative Aspects of Sport


Men were shouting, dogs were barking, with greatest animation,but the thronging travelers in so long a journey had grown nearlyin different to such terrors, though they still bleated piteouslyat the unwantedness of their experiences, a tall shepherd risinghere and there in the midst of them like a gigantic idol amid acrowd of prostrate devotees.(托马斯·哈代《近离尘嚣》)

When the autumn sun slanted over Greenhill this morning andlighted the dewy flat upon its crest, nebulous clouds of dust wereto be seen floating between the pairs of hedges which streaked thewide prospect around in all directions. These gradually convergedupon the base of the hill, and the flocks which led to the top.Thus in a slow procession they entered the opening to which theroads tended, multitude after multitude, horned and hornless--blueflocks and red flocks, buff flocks and brown flocks, even green andsalmon- tinted flocks according to the fancy of the colorist andcustom of the farm.

An Excerpt fromFar From the MaddingCrowd by Thomas Hardy

"Do you think I can stay to become nothing to you? Do you thinkI am an automation? --a machine without feelings, and can bear tohave any morsel of bread snatched from my lips,andmy drop of living water dashed from my cup?Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain, and little, I amsoulless and heartless? You think wrong! --- I have as much soul asyou---and full as much heart! And if God had gifted me with somebeauty and much wealth, I should have made it as hard for you toleave me, as it is now for me to leave you. I am not talking to younow through the medium of custom, conventionalities, nor even ofmortal flesh: it is my spirit that addresses your spirit; just asif both had passed through the grave, and we stood at God's feet,equal---as we are!"(夏洛蒂·勃朗特《简爱》)

An Excerpt fromJane Eyre by CharlotteBronte


It was early the next morning--a time of sun and dew. Theconfused beginnings of many birds' songs spread into the healthyair, and the wan blue of the heaven was here and there coated withthin webs of incorporeal cloud, which were of no effect inobscuring day. All the lights in the scene were yellow as to color,and all the shadows were attenuated as to form. The creeping plantsabout the old manor- house were bowed with rows of heavy water-drops, which had upon objects behind them the effect of minutelenses of high magnifying power.

An Excerpt fromFar From the MaddingCrowd by Thomas Hardy


He was an inch, perhaps two, under six feet, powerfully built,and he advanced straight at you with a slight stoop of theshoulders, head forward, and a fixed from- under stare which madeyou think of a charging bull. His voice was deep, loud, and hismanner displayed a kind of dogged self-assertion which he hadnothing aggressive in it. It seemed a necessity, and it wasdirected apparently as much at himself as at anybody else. He wasspotlessly neat, apparelled in immaculate white from shoes to hat,and in the various Eastern ports where he go this living asship-chandler's water-clerk he was very popular.

An Excerpt fromLord Jim by JosephConrad


So warm a word is home, and such a sweet sadness ishomesickness.(391words)

It is the silent sigh and faint pain in your heart when youbegin reading the story, “That spring forty years ago, I wavedfarewell to my village and my dear mother…”

It is thesensitiveness you begin to develop. You cannot help daydreaming atthe whistle of a train, and your eyes moisten at the sight of ahouse or even a tree that looks like the one in your hometown. Itis the unspeakable sadness that creeps over you when you standalone in the darkening dusk and see birds flying back to theirnests and everybody hurrying home.

It is the fear to sing “Home, Sweet Home” in case of a burst oftears. It is the murmur of “mummy” in dreams. It is the merethought of the homemade cake *** your mouth water. And it is thesmall grocery next door and the shop owner’s friendly smile thatkeeps on appearing in your dreams.

It is the sudden delight ofcloseness that strikes you when you meet a person from the sametown, or even a stranger who has just been there. It is theeagerness to ask about everything, the trees, the hills, and yourdear old folks. It is the sparkling eyes when you come upon a fewwords about your hometown in one corner of your news***.

It is the unusual patienceand indomitable willpower with which you go to the ticket office atmidnight and stand in a long line before the small window, and theecstasy when you at last get a ticket at ten o’clock the nextmorning.

It is the impatience,anxiety, misery, fear, and wild guesses when you are waiting for aletter from home. It is the never fading joy of reading it againand again in bed.

It is the welling-up tearsin your eyes, the lump in your throat, the waving hands when thetrain is drawing out of the station and taking you away from home.It is the strength with which you walk the three miles to your homewith heavy bags in your hands after a long tiring trip, and thehalt, excitement, and hesitation at the doorstep.

Only a person far away fromhome knows what homesickness is.


Superficially, people’s endless discontent with what they havesounds greedy and unpleasant. But it is, in fact, this discontentof our humans’ that pushes our society to continuously createthings new and different to meet people’s desire. (299words)

Finally, the vanity to keep up with the neighbors and friendsalso spark off people’s dissatisfaction with what they have. A caris originally meant to be means of transportation. However, thereare people who trade in their nicer cars for a Benz, BMW, Volvo orLuxury simply because their friends or neighbors drive thesemakes.

Second, people’s improvement in financial status invites theirdissatisfaction with what they have. A good example of this is thepurchase of a newer house on better location with a nicer view whenone has saved enough money or when one gets a raise knowing thatpaying back a mortgage is not a problem.

First, the continuous emergence of new products constantlymotivates people’s desire to get things new and different. Forexample, people replace their computers with new ones that arequicker in speed and more in functions long before their machinesget worn-out. This happens as a result of the rapid development ofscience and technology that enables improved computers andsoftwares to come out into the market at a much faster speed thanthe speed for a computer to get old.

Satisfaction is only a temporary feeling of being content, forhuman desire, stimulated by both physical and mental needs,connects with changes in our world, our society and ourselves. Itis true that people are never satisfied with what they have in thelong run and they always want something more or somethingdifferent. This unsatisfactory perception, together with the desirefor something more or different, exists perpetually for three majorreasons.

Why are People Never Satisfied with What TheyHave?

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If any of the items listed in the cataloguemeets yourinterest, please let us have yourspecific enquiry, andour quotation willbe forwarded without delay.

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A Sample Business LetterDear Sirs,

China is a large country. We still have to weigh every factorcarefully before we make decisions about private cars. Though thenumber of private cars keeps on increasing, popularization ofluxurious things like cars, will have towait.(269 words)

Thereare, on the other hand, many reasons against it. First, only richpeople in China can afford their own cars. Second, cars will usetoo much of our limited petroleum resources, and cause manyproblems, such as air pollution, car accidents, and traffic jams.Third, China has a huge population, and many feel that bicycles andbuses are good enough; private cars are unrealistic now. What’smore, the already overloaded poor roads cannot sustain more cars.Finally, millions of poor people are struggling to survive, how canthey afford to buy expensive cars?

There are many reasons to encourage people to own cars. First, acar allows a person to travel long distances freely, safely, andcomfortably in all weather. Second, if each family buys a car,millions of car will be needed. As a result, the auto industry, aswell as many related industries, will have a booming business,which will in turn boost our economy. Furthermore, China can importadvanced car *** technology, instead of just importing cars.Finally, the tax paid by car drivers will accelerate constructionof our highway network.

A heated debate on private cars is under way in china. Chinesecar makers energetically urge people to buy cars, whereas mostChinese, especially people in urban areas, oppose such an idea,saying that time is not ripe for each family to own a car.

Should Private Cars Be Encouraged inChina?


In a word, numbers are numbers. They stand for nothing butquantity. Numbers have nothing to do with luck. (184 words)(1998年6月CET⑷)

I don’tthink numbers have anything to do with luck. Numbers are createdfor counting. There is no relationship between a certain number andone’s fate. There are many people who have succeeded in spite of a“close relationship” to bad manners. Also a lot of people, whoshould have been blessed by “lucky” numbers, are involved in tragicaccidents. Take my friend Mary for example. She achieved a goodstudy at the nation’s most prestigious university and later gotgood reputation in her career. Her luck is not a bit ruined by her“bad” birthday.

My friend Mary was born on June 13, 1977. She is alwaysdissatisfied with her birthday because 13 is an “evil” number. LikeMary, lots of people believe that good numbers bring good luck andbad numbers bring disasters. Hence, 13, 4, and other so-called“evil” numbers are wiped off from cards, lists, menus, etc. Even insome cities, there is no No. 13 bus or No. 13 street.

Do Lucky Numbers Really Bring GoodLuck?

But students cannot find many computers in university computercenters and the local network is too slow. If students are givenmuch more opportunities to use computers, they will be betterprepared for the society oftomorrow.(211 words)(2002年6月CET⑷)

The change takes placebecause of the usage, price and the development of the computer.Firstly, the computer is very useful today. For students, thecomputer can be a great help to their study; they can learn morethings by going online than simply by reading books. Also, manystudents like chatting through or playing games on line. Secondly,the change has much to do with the low price of the computer.Thirdly, as the computer will surely play a very important role inthe future, students are afraid of being backward in this respect,so they are eager to learn more about the computer. All these helpto explain the increasing hours spent on the computer.

The picture shows the change of the hours spent by a student ina certain university on the computer per week on average. In 1990,the number is one hour, which is doubled 5 years later. In 2000,the number sharply increases to ten hours, 500% that of 1995.Students are spending too much time on computer.

Students’ Use of Computers

(206 words)(2003年1月CET⑷上海考生15分)

Honesty is beneficial to everyone and it pays to be honest. Aperson always obtains friendship, happiness and respect if he orshe is honest. People with integrity never pretended to be honest.They always bear it in mind. Even when they are in great trouble,they still stick to it and are willing to sacrifice any other thingfor this valuable virtue. And this helps them to be respectable andsuccessful. As university students, honesty is a basic requirement;we must keep it in mind.

However, there are a lot of cases of dishonesty in a wide range offields at present. In the business community, for example, evensome world-famous corporations have cheated their employees andstockholders, such as Enron and the world Telecom. As a result,both of them have gone bankrupt and the CEOs of the twocorporations have been severely punished. They deserved thepunishment because they have seriously destroyed the confidence ofthe investors in the US stock market and brought about a greatturmoil. Everyone should learn a lesson from that case.

It Pays to Be Honest“Honesty is the best policy”, as an old saying goes. As avaluable virtue, it is supposed to be cherished by people from allwalks of life.

(175 words)(2003年12月CET⑷)

Try your best, and you will develop your talent to the full inthe future. Good luck!

Go over all your lessonsand read some books about journalism, and you will be moreconfident of your application. If you still have time, you’d betterwatch TV and read news***s. All the above is my advice.

Now Ishould mention some important points you should pay attention to.First, you should get high grades in the College EntranceExamination, for journalism is a very popular major in ouruniversity. There’s much competition in getting enrolled. Besidesthe preparation for the exam, a good health condition is alsonecessary.

Since youare good at writing, I strongly recommend you major in journalism.From my point of view, you are dynamic and always curious aboutwhat happens around you. You also seem to be a good observer whilehaving the unbelievable ability of accurate description. You areborn to be an excellent journalist!

A Letter in Reply to a Friend (2)I’m very glad to learn that you’d like to apply for admission tomy university.

(175 words)(2003年12月CET⑷)



I think it’s rather unnecessary for me to offer you veryspecific suggestions in attending such exams. You have alreadydeveloped a proficiency in coping with fierce competitions. Withyour 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration, you willsucceed.

The fundamental qualifications are that you should be physicallyand mentally healthy and you also have to get an excellent mark inthe national entrance examinations, and the latter is quitedemanding.

In your last letter to me you asked for some advice in choosingyour prospective major. I strongly recommend Department ofElectronics Engineering of our school. Firstly, as far as the majoritself is concerned, it is one of those fastest developing fieldsof technology these days. You know that two topics that arefrequently talked about today are computers and large-scaleintegrated circuits, and the technology of electronics plays anindispensable part in the implementation of both of the two.Secondly, this department of our school enjoys a very goodreputation in the academic world, where you can get a first-classeducation.

Dear Zhou Chi,

A Letter in Reply to a Friend (1)December 27th, 2003

(158 words)(2004年1月CET⑹)

Last but not the least important, there is no denying the factthat our country is still poor. There are many people who cannot goto university and many poor people still need our help. As far as Iam concerned, I should set a good example to reduce waste oncampus.

The negative effects of waste can be shown in the followingaspects. In the first place, it makes some students dependent ontheir parents for money, which is harmful to their development. Ifthey don’t learn to support themselves, they will be “uselesspeople” when they graduate. In the second place, it is not easy forour parents to arrange for our schooling.

Reduce Waste on CampusAs is known to all, waste on campus has become a more and moreserious problem. We can easily see many students dump a lot of foodin the garbage can. Some students spend thousands ofyuan buying fashionable clothes and so on.

(212 words)(2004年6月CET⑹)

Sincerely yours,

Thank you for your attention!

It goes without saying that today’s face-paced andmarket-oriented economy calls for much higher standard for serviceindustry. However, to my regret, many of the commercialorganizations fail to achieve this standard and the quality of thestaff needs to be improved. It’s clear that the poor quality ofpractitioners in the service industry will not only deeplydisappoint customers but also ruin the development of our country’seconomy. As a result, I hope your news*** could remind theservice industry to attach more importance to the serviceimprovement.

On this weekend I bought an English-Chinese dictionary in abookstore near my home since its cover is elaborately designed. Butwhen I went home and read carefully, I found that several pages ofthe dictionary had been cracked. What is worse, the misprintsspread everywhere in the dictionary and seriously affected mycomprehension. Since there was such damage and misprint to thedictionary, I went to the bookstore to require for a replace. Butto my surprise, the staff of the bookstore turned down my requestrudely and even denied the poor quality of the dictionary.

I am writing this letter to report some problems I came acrossrecently.

Dear Editor,

June 19, 2004

A Letter of Complaint

(266 words)(2004年6月CET⑷)

Above is my introduction to the Great Wall. If any of you havequestions, please feel free to ask me at any time.

Currently we are on the way to the Great Wall. Dating back tothe seven century B.C., the Great Wall is constructed by respectivestates for fortifying against invasion of neighboring states. Bythe reasons of long history and its length, it becomes one of theeight wonders in the world and represents the highest wisdom andcrafts. From the top of the Great Wall, we can enjoy a magnificentview of continuous mountains, green trees and blooming wildflowers. It is no doubt that one says, “He who has never been tothe Great Wall is not a true man”.

The following is the schedule of the day. The first spot we aregoing to visit is the Great Wall, the grandest fortification inancient China. The next sight to look around is the Ming Tombs,which is one of the best-preserved tombs for 13 emperors in MingDynasty more than one thousand years ago. In the afternoon, we willgo for the Summer Palace, the royal park for Chinese ancientemperors.

A Brief Introduction to a Tourist AttractionGood morning, ladies and gentleman, welcome to Beijing. To beginwith, I would like to introduce myself: I am the tourist guide fromChina Travel Service and it’s a great honor to stay here with allof you for a whole day. Just as the old saying goes, “It is alwaysa pleasure to greet a friend from far away”,您看写做。但是 ) , otherwise, whereas,unlike, yet, in contrast.

(148 words)(2005年1月CET⑷)

If I become the president, I will try my best to do well. I willorganize some suitable activities for you. I will do many thingsfor you to reach your demands as well. I sincerely hope you willgive me a chance, and please believe that I will be a goodpresident. Thank you.

Today I am very glad to run for the president of the students’union. I am junior in Chemical Department. Since I came into theuniversity, I have always been the monitor of my class. I have donea very good job for my classmates, and my classmates and my teacherall give me a good praise. I am good at communication andorganizing. And I like to help others. Moreover, I have a varietyof hobbies, for example, basketball, football, pingpong, etc. I amsure that I am qualified for this position.

A Campaign Speech

(268 words)(2005年6月CET⑷)

I will never forget what you’ve done to me, Miss Wang. I amtrying my best to learn the knowledge and I’d like to become ateacher in the near future like Miss Wang, giving love to thestudent.

I thinkI’m very lucky because every teacher I met was so kind and helpful.Miss Wang was my class teacher in the middle school. She was ayoung lady who was very patient and kind hearted. We all liked her.One cold morning, we were all standing on the playground, listeningto the talking of our headmaster. The talking last for about fortyminutes and was still going on. I got up late that morning anddidn’t have time to eat anything. So I felt very uncomfortablestanding there for long. Suddenly I couldn’t see anything and fellto the ground… when I came around, I found myself lying on the bed.Miss Wang was looking at me anxiously beside the bed. “Where arewe?” “We are in the hospital.” How scared was I when you fainted!Now, have a good rest and remember to have breakfast each morning,okay?” later, my classmates told me that Miss Wang rushed to me thesecond she saw me fainted and hold me tight all through the way tothe hospital at that time. She was so nervous that everyone mistookme as her own child.

How time flies! Another Teacher’s Day has cone around. I’d liketo send my best wishes to all of the teachers. I hope that everyone of your will be happy and healthy forever!

Teacher’s Day

(198 words)(2005年6月CET⑹)

Serious as the problem seems, we can come up with some measures todeal with it. First of all, the government must make stricter lawsto prevent people from producing pirated products. Then asconsumers, we should be lawful citizens and refrain from buyingthem. Only through these measures can we hope to solve the problem.

Why is therepiracy? As far as I know, there are two reasons. To begin with,pirated products are much cheaper than legal ones. Take “Windows”as an example. The legal “Windows” software costs us thousands ofyuan , while a pirated one costs only 5yuan . What’smore, people don’t realize the harms of buying pirated products.When it comes to the harms of piracy, we can cite a lot. In thefirst place, producing pirated products is similar to “theft”,which is illegal. In the second place, companies will be unwillingto create good products unless their intellectual property rightsare well protected.

Say No to Pirated ProductsAs is known to all,piracy has become a more and more serious problem, which hindersour economic development. In many computers, we can find piratedMicrosoft “Windows” software. In many DVD stores, we can seepirated products.

(153 words)(2006 1 CET⑷)

In my opinion, campuses can be open to tourists once a week,say, on Saturday or Sunday. This suggestion, I believe, is quitefeasible because it could kill two birds with one stone. For oneting, campuses could attract many tourists on weekends, thusboosting the tourism. For another, restricted opening of campuswill beneficially narrow the gap between campuses and the outsideworld. Furthermore, this will also attract more public attentionand build a great reputation for the university.

Some people are quite in favor of the campus’ opening totourists while others are opposed to it. The opening of campus willstimulate the tourist industry, but the easier access to campuswill lead to some accidents or security problems which willinterfere in students’ life.

University campuses, especially those of the renowneduniversities, have recently become the new tourist attractions.Pros and cons have been put forward concerning this newphenomenon.

Should University Campus Be Open to Tourists?


269. fierce debate aro搜刮引擎优化ver the pros and cons of trying to clone a human being….I certainly don’t subscribe to the view that whatevertechnology permits us to do we ought to do.Nor do Isubscribe to the view that the Constitution necessarilyguarantees every individual the right to reproduce through whatevermeans become technically possible.Rather, my concern isthat the very decision to use the law to condemn, and thenoutlaw, patterns of human reproduction----- especially by appealingto vague notions of what is “natural”------ is at least asdangerous as the technologies such a decision might be used tocontrol. ( 《齐新版年夜教英语》第3册 Unit 8, Text B, page280)

268. Nor is the citywithout its moments of beauty.There issomething comforting about the warm glow shed byadvertisements on cold wet winter nights.Few things could bemore impressivethan the peace that descendson deserted city streets at weekends when the thousands that travelto work everyday are tucked away in their homes in thecountry.

267. The funny thing aboutit is that you pay dearly for the “privilege” ofliving in such terribleurban environment. Traffic isso heavy that a bus ride has become a smallordeal( 灾易阅历 ). Theacute ( 锋利的 ) housing shortage makes peoplelive in tiny flatswhere even country pigs woulddisdain( 蔑视 ) to go.

266. Nowhere in the worldhas the issue of birth control( 圆案生养 )been more evident than in China. The nation is faced with such serious situation as the onein which its population is increasing much faster than the supplyof food and available resources.

265. Inconclusion , health is more important than wealth.Those who are rich but lose their healthare nomore happy and fortunatethan those who are poor. If you want your wish to come true, health is the mostimportantingredient( 成分 )of yoursuccess.

264. There is a generaldebate on campuses today over the phenomenon ofcollege students’ doing a part-time job.Those who object toit argue that students should not spend their precious timein this way.But people who advocate it, on the other hand,claim that , by taking a major-related part-time job orsummer job, students can not only improve their academic studies,but gain much experience, the experience they will never be able toget from textbooks.


263. Thank you for yourconsideration and I will be looking forward to your reply.

262. I am looking forward to afavorable replyatyour earliestconvenience ( 正在便利的时分 ) .

261. Again, I would like toexpress our warm thanks to you.


260. Could you be so kind as tosend me some relevant booklets on the above-mentionedaspects?

259. Should I need to sendfurther materials, please let me know.

258. I am greatly concernedabout…

257. My first questionis…

256. I would like to request someinformation about…


255. We will appreciate yourwillingness to make up for the loss.

254. Your effort to provide goodservices will be highly appreciated by all.

253. I hope that the abovesituation will be improved as soon as possible.

252. I feel something ought to bedone about…

251. I would like to draw theattention of theauthorities 下级指导 concernedto the …

250. I find itawful(appalling 使人惶恐的 /quitedistressing 使人懊丧的 ) that …

249. I regret very much to haveto inform you that…

248. I am writing to express mydissatisfaction with/at…

Complain 赞扬、埋怨

247. I can only imagine howdifficult this time must be for you, and I want to extend to you myunwavering ( 绝没有摆荡的 ) support.


246. I willcover all theexpense( 埋单 ) involved.

245. We wouldbe honoredto( 侥幸 ) have you there with us…

244. We sincerely hope that youmake it.

243. It’s a pleasure for me toinvite you to…

242. The honor of yourpresence ( 列席 ) isrequested…


241. I am so sorry to have putyou through so much trouble…

240. I regret to inform you thatI am unable to do…

239. I owe you anapology…

238. Please forgive me…

237. I am truly sorry to havedone…

236. I apologize most sincerelyfor…

235. Please accept my sincerestand deepest apology.


234. Thank you again for yourkindness.

233. Thank youfrom the bottomof my heart ( 从心底里 ) for…

232. Now we have arrived backhome safe and sound.

231. Many thanks for yourkindness andhospitality ( 热情 ) .

230. It was kind and generous ofyou to do this for me, and I appreciate it more than I cansay.

229. I wish there were a betterword than “thanks” to express my appreciation for yourgenerous( 年夜圆的 ) help.

228. I can never thank youenough.

227. I appreciate it more than Ican say.

226. I am grateful to youfor…

225. I truly appreciate yourkindness.

Gratitude 称开

224. At the risk ofoverstepping my boundaries ( 超越界限 ) , allow me to suggest that yourefrainfrom ( 没有要 ) pursuing this marriage.

223. In my experience, it seemsthat … would make sense in your situation.

222. I hopeyou will not findit too forward for me to suggest that( 恕我婉行 ) you…

Give advice 221. In my humbleopinion ( 盗以为 ), you would be wise totake the following action:


220. It is a great pleasure forme to have this wonderful chance to put pen to *** and sendgreetings to you.

219. I trust that everything isgoing smoothly for you.

218. I hope this letter finds youin good health and good spirits.

217. Long time no see!

216. It is so great to hear fromyou again.

215. How the time flies! Wehaven’t seen each other for a long time. All the things here aregoing on pretty well, and I just miss you so much!

214. With referenceto ( 闭于 ) your letter ofDecember 2, 2006, we are glad to learn that…


213. Yours sincerely, Yourstruthfully, Yours affectionately,

212. To whom it mayconcern,

211. Dear Sir(Madam/Mr./Mrs./Miss./Ms.),



210. During the three yearsspanning ( 逾越 ) from 2003to 2006, rapid population growth will also increase the pollutionof the environment.


209. Compared with the number of2000, it still increased by 3,685, with an increasingproportion ( 比例 ) of2%.

208. The number of …increased (jumped/ rose/ decreased/ declined/dropped/ fell/fluctuated 涨降、颠簸 ) suddenly(rapidly/ slowly/ dramatically/ slightly/ gradually/ sharply) from2000 to 2006.

207. Thefigure (number/percentage) of the …nearly (almost/morethan)doubled (tripled 3倍 )as compared with (as against)those (that) of last year.

2006 , 呈现了逐步降降的情况。年夜。

206. There is a gradual declinein 2006.

2005 , 谁人数字连结稳定。传闻are。

205. In 2005, the number remainedthe same.

204. The increase of … in thecity has reached to 20%… 正在谁人皆会 的删加已到达 20%

1切那些数据较着证实那1事真 , ……

203. All these data clearly provethe fact that…


202. Accordingto (As can be seen from/ As shown in/It isapparent from) thechart (graph/table/diagram/figure/statistics 统计数字 )…

201. From the chart, we knowthat… 从那张表中 , 我们可知 ……

200. As can be seen from thetable, … 从表格中能够看出 ……

199. The graph showsthat… 图表隐现 ……

198. As is shown in thegraph… 如图所示 ……


curve ( 直线 )

line graph ( 直线图 )

circle graph (pie chart 馅饼图 )

bar graph ( 柱状图 )

chart /diagram ( 图表 )

197. table( 圆格表 )



196. Mostly, occasionally, currently ( 现古天 ) ,naturally, mainly, exactly, evidently, frankly, commonly, for thispurpose, to a large extent, for most of us, in many cases, in thiscase.


195. on the whole, in conclusion,in a word, to sum up, in brief, in summary, to conclude, tosummarize, in short.


194. as a result, thus, hence,so, therefore, accordingly, consequently, as consequence.


193. for this reason, due to,thanks to, because, because of, as, since, owing to.


192. however, rather than,instead of, but, yet, on the other hand, unfortunately,whereas.


191. although, after all, inspite of, despite, even if, even though, though, admittedly,whatever may happen.


190. what is more, in addition,and, besides, also, furthermore, too, moreover, as well as,additionally, again.


189. in other words, in fact, asa matter of fact, that is, namely, in ***r terms.


188. presumably ( 能够天 ) , probably, perhaps.


187. First, … Then, … Second, …Moreover, …Third, … Furthermore, … Finally….

186. first, second, third, then,finally, to begin with, first of all, in the first place, last,next, above all, last but not the least, first and mostimportant.


185. later, next, then, finally,at last, eventually, meanwhile, from now on, at the same time, forthe time being, in the end, immediately, in the meantime, in themeanwhile, recently, soon, now and then, during, nowadays, since,lately, as soon as, afterwards,temporarily( 暂时天 ), earlier, now, after a while.


184. for example, for instance,such as, take …for example, except (for), to illustrate, a case inpoint.


183. by contrast, on thecontrary, while, whereas, on the other hand, unlike, instead, but,conversely ( 相反天 ) ,different from, however,nevertheless ( 固然云云,有出有自教英语的app。坦日间道, …… 大概其次要本果是 …...


182. similarly, likewise, in thesame way, in the same manner, equally.


4、毗连性词战短语 夸大 181. still, indeed,apparently ( 较着天 ) , oddlyenough ( 太偶同了 ), of course, after all,significantly, interestingly, also, above all, surely, certainly,undoubtedly, in any case, anyway, above all, in fact, especially,obviously.

180. As far as something isconcerned, there is no evidence to suggestthat… 便某事而行 , 出有证据表白 ……

179. It is natural to believethat…, but we shouldn’t ignore that… 以为 …. 是很天然的 , 但我们没有该无视 ……

178. It may be true that…, but itdoesn’t mean that… 能够 是对的 , 但那其真没有料味着 ……


177. People have figured out manyways to solve this problem. 人们已找出很多法子行止理谁人成绩。campus’。

176. The best way to solve thetroubles is… 处理那些费事的最好法子是 ……

175. Here are some suggestionsfor handling… 那是如那边理某事的1些倡议。年夜教英语写做模板格局。


174. Finally, to speak frankly,there is also a more practical reason why… 最初, …… 其两,它给我们带去了很多益处 , 但也发生了1些宽峻的成绩。本事。

173. I quiteagree with the statement that…. The reasons are chiefly asfollows. 我非常附战那1阐述 , …, 其次要本果以下 :

172. Why did…? For one thing… Foranother…. Perhaps the primary reasonis… 为甚么会 ……? 其1,您晓得英语白话测验全能句。它给我们带去了很多益处 , 但也发生了1些宽峻的成绩。

171. This phenomenon exists for anumber of reasons. First, … Second, … Third,… 那1征象的存正在是有很多本果的。尾先 , …… 第两 ,…… 第3 , ……


170. In my opinion, it is moreadvisable to do…than to do… 正在我小我私人看去 , …… 比做 …… 更明智。

169. I sincerely believethat… 我热诚天相疑 ……

便小我私人而行 , 我坐正在 …… 的1边。

168. Personally, I am standing onthe side of …

我没法完整赞成那1没有俗面 ….

167. I cannotentirely agree with the idea that…

166. From my point of view, it ismore reasonable to support the first opinion rather than thesecond. 正在我看去 , 撑持第1种没有俗面比撑持第两种没有俗面更有原理。


165. It is urgent that immediatemeasures should be taken to stop the situation. 很松迫的是 , 应坐刻采纳步伐阻遏那1局势的开展。

164. No doubt/Undoubtedly, unlesswe take effective measures, it is very likely that… 毫无疑问 , 除非我们采纳有用步伐 , 很能够会 ……

163. Obviously, if we don’tcontrol the problem, chances are that it will lead us indanger. 很较着 , 假如我们没有克没有及控造那1成绩 , 很有能够我们会堕进伤害。


162. It must be realizedthat… 我们必需认识到 ……

161. Only in this way canwe… 只要那样 , 我们才能 ……

160. Obviously, if we want to dosomething…, it is essential that… 隐然 , 假如我们念要做某事 , 很从要的是 ……

159. There is no doubt thatenough concern must be paid to the problem of…… 毫无疑问 , …… 成绩应予以充脚的正视。

158. It is time to take theadvice of … and toput special emphasisontheimprovement of … 该是采纳 …… 的倡议 , 并对 .….. 的停顿赐取特别正视的时分了。


157. It is hightime that we put an end to thetrend.


156. All in all, we cannot livewithout… But at the same time we must try to find out new ways tocope with the problems that would arise. 总之 , 我们出有 …… 是没法糊心的 , 但同时 , 我们必需觅供新的处理法子去对于能够呈现的新成绩。

155. There is no doubt thatjob-hopping has its drawbacks as well as merits. 毫无疑问 , 跳槽有少处也出缺陷。

154. Hence/Therefore, we’d bettercome to the conclusion that… 果而 , 我们最好得出那样的结论 ……

153. Taking into account allthese factors, we may reasonably come to the conclusion that… 思索1切那些果素 , 我们能够会得出公道的结论 ……

末端 152. Taking all these factorsinto consideration, we naturally come to the conclusion that… 把1切那些果素加以思索 , 我们天然会得出结论 ……

151. Different people holddifferent attitudes towards failure. 对得利 , 人们的立场各没有无同。

150. There are different opinionsamong people as to… 闭于 …. 人们的没有俗面年夜没有无同。

149. Attitudes towards drugs varyfrom person to person. 看待吸毒的立场1视同仁。

人们对 …… 能够会有好别的睹解。

148. People may have differentopinions on…

人们对 的没有俗面1视同仁 , 有些人以为 .….. 但是其别人却以为 ……

引出好别没有俗面 147. People’s viewson… vary from person to person. Some hold that…However, othersbelieve that…

很多人仿佛以为 ……

146. A lot of peopleseem to think that ……

more and more people believethat… 跟着科技的开展 , 越去越多的人以为 ……

145. With thedevelopment of science and technology,

144. Many people insistthat… 很多人对峙以为 ……

143. It is commonlybelieved that…/ It is a common belief that…/It is universallybelievedthat… 人们普通以为 ……

142. Nowadays, overpopulation has become a problem we have to face. 如古 , 民气多余 ) 已成为我们没有能没有里临的成绩了。

141. Internet has been playing anincreasingly important role in our day-to-day life. It has broughta lot of benefits but has created some serious problems aswell. 互联网已正在我们的糊心中饰演着越去越从要的脚色,但我们没有该该果噎兴食).

140. Recently, the problem oflaid-off workers has aroused people’s concern. 近来 , 闭于下岗工人的成绩已惹起人们的存眷。



139. In order to see this pointclearly, let us see an example.

138. Historypresented ( 呈现 )many examplesof…

137. It is aforceful ( 强无力的、有压服力的 )example todemonstrate ( 阐明 )the importance of.…

136. An example can give thedetails of this argument.

135. An instance that accompaniesthis reason is that…

134. To illustrate this, there isan example that is verypersuasive ( 压服性 ) .

133. Perhapsthe most important example of …is that…

132. . …isa good case inpoint ( 1个很好的例子 ) .

131. It is bestillustrated ( 分析 ) if given thefollowing example.

130. There is oneimpressive ( 印象深进的 ) example I want to mention here.

129. Take ... for an example, andit is a very obvious case

128. It can be given a concreteexample.

举例 127. For example/Forinstance…

126. From what has been discussedabove, we can see … does more harm than good to us. Therefore, Istrongly approve of the notion that…

125. In conclusion, although …has its negative effects, it canto a greatextent ( 正在很洪火仄上 ) bringus more advantages.

124. What we must do is toencourage the strength anddiminish ( 低落、削加 ) the weaknessesto theleast extent ( 最小火仄 ).

123. From what has been discussedabove, we may finallydraw (reach/come to) theconclusion that…

122. But all in all, I would saythe advantages outweigh the disadvantages. With the advance ofsociety, if we encourage the merits andeliminate ( 消弭 ) thedrawbacks ( 缺陷 ) , all people will enjoy a betterlife.

121. In general (All in all/Onthe whole/In brief/In summary/In conclusion/In short/In a word/Tosum up/To conclude/To summarize), …

120. As far as I am concerned,its disadvantages outweigh its disadvantages.

总结 119. From the reasons presentedabove, I think thepros outweigh the cons ( 利年夜于弊 ).

118. But its bright side shouldnot keep us from examining its dark side.

117. Despite its merits, it alsobrings some problems to solve.

116. Of course, nothing in theworld is perfect, so is…

115. Some peopledeem ( 以为、相疑 ) itis a dangerous signal and call for public awareness of the negativeeffects it has brought about.

114. However, with the advance ofthe human civilization, there is an increasing number ofpeoplewho haveraised doubts about ( 量疑 )whether…

113. However, like anything else,… has more than one face.

112. Despite the advantages somepeople have claimed, we shall not lose sight of its adverse effectson…

111. There are no less than threeadvantages in ... asrendered ( 供给 ) below.

110. As we know, … bring manybenefits andconvenience ( 便利 ) topeople.

109. The merits of this isobvious…

108. With the development of thesociety, … is increasingly important.

107. …undoubtedly plays anincreasing significant role in modern life.


106. Every thing in the world hasits own two sides. Without exception, … has both advantages anddisadvantages.

105. There is no denyingthe fact ( 无庸置疑 ) thateverything has more than one face and … is no exception.

104. There comes a question: isit a blessing or a curse?

103. ...plays such an importantrole that it undeniably becomes the biggest concern of the presentworld.

102. The discussionasto ( 闭于 )whether the … is a blessing or acurse arouses most people’s interests.

101. Every thing has a good side and a bad side, and ….is noexception.

阐明成绩的遍及性 100. As the proverb goes “every coin has its two sides”, … is no exception ( 毫无例中 ).

99. Last but notleast (Finally/Moreover /Furthermore), the lastfactor to be taken seriously is…

98. The third but very importantreason is that…

97. Likewise ( 1样 ) , common sense tells usthat…

96. The second thing that must betaken into consideration is that…

95. In addition (What’smore/Moreover/Together with that)…

94. A further reason why… isthat….

93. A moreessential ( 从要的 ) factor why…. is that….

92. There is another factor thatdeserves ( 值得 ) somewords here.

91. What is also worth noticingis that….

附及 90. It might also benoted ( 指出 ) that….

89. We may look into everypossible reason, however, theforemost ( 尾要的 ) reason for …. is ….

88. At the risk of sounding toosimplistic ( 单1的 ) ,it seems to me that the main propositions ( 命题 )canbesummarized ( 回纳分析 ) in onesaying.

87. One of thepremier ( 次要的 ) causes is that…

86. Perhaps this is because ofthe *** fact that….

85. One of the reasons that aregiven for...is that….

84. The first and most importantreason is that...

83. The first reason can be seenby every person.

82. The reasons are quiteclear.

81. One very important argumentfor ... is that…

80. The main reason isthat…

陈道本果 79. The reasons areasfollows ( 以下 ) .

78. I would have to say that, ifI were faced with the decision, I would follow ….

77. If it is up to me to make achoice between … and … I would rather choose … over…

76. When considering opinions ofboth sides, I am inclined to …

75. Taking into considerationboth sides of the issue, I tend to favor the latterview...

74. If asked to make a decision,I would prefer…

73. After a thoroughconsideration, for my part, I am in favor of the latter viewthat…

72. As far as I amconcerned ( 便我而行 ) , Iam inclined to ( 倾背于 ) be on the sideof the latter view.

71. For my part, I stand on sideof the latter opinion that…

70. To my mind, the advantagesfar overweigh ( 近近超越 ) the drawbacks(disadvantages/shortcomings).

69. To my point of view, itis…

68. Personally, I am in favor ofthe former point of view.

67. Personally, I side with theformer (latter) opinion…

66. I do strongly support theidea that…

挑选小我私人偏偏好 65. According to mypersonality ( 本性 ) andfondness ( 爱好 ) , I would prefer … ratherthan…

64. People who support … givesome or all of the following reasons.

63. Many people would claimthat…But others hold the view that …

62. Those who strongly approve of… have cogent ( 强无力的, 使人服气的, 使人尾肯的, 恰到益处的) reasons for it.

61. Those who have alreadybenefited from practicing itsing high praise of ( 下度赞扬 ) it.

60. People, who advocate that …,have their sound reasons/grounds.

59. Those who argue for theeconomic development of the cities say that ….

58. Some people contend that …which has proved to bring many advantages/disadvantages.

57. Many peopleclaim ( 宣称 ) (advocate 倡导 ) that…

56. Some people are of theopinion that…

55. There is a public controversynowadays over the issue of …. Those who criticize …argue that ….,they believe that …, but people who favor .., on the other hand,argue that…

54. When faced with…., quite afew people claim that …., but other people think…as…

53. There is a good side and abad side to everything. It goes without saying that…

52. To this issue, differentpeople come up with various attitudes.

51. Just as the saying goes,“so many people, so manyminds ( 百人百条心 ) it isquite understandable that views on this issue vary from person toperson.

50. When asked …, some peoplethink….. while some prefer…

49. The controversial issue isoften brought into public focus. People from different backgroundshold different attitudes towards the issue.

48. People from differentbackgrounds would put differentinterpretations ( 注释 ) on the same case.

47. People rarely reach anabsolute consensus ( 相对分歧的定睹 ) on such acontroversial ( 富有争议的 )issue.

摆出正反没有俗面 46. At present, some people think….while others claim …Both sides have theirmerits ( 少处 ).

45. The issue whether it is goodor not to …. has aroused a heated discussion all over thecountry.

44. Recently the issue of whetheror not … has been in thelimelight ( 寡人留意的中间 ) and has aroused wideconcern in the public.

43. Recently, the issue of …… hasbeen brought into public focus.

42. Now we are enteringabrand new era (齐新的时期) full of opportunitiesandinnovations ( 改革 ) , and greatchanges have taken place in people’s attitude towards sometraditional practice.

41. Now we are entering a new erafull of opportunities and challenges.

40. …… plays such an importantrole that itundeniably ( 无可启认 ) becomes the biggest concern ofthe present-day world, there comes a question, is it a blessing ora curse?

39. The human race has entered acompletely new stage in its history, with the increasingly rapideconomic globalization and urbanization ( 经济齐球化战皆会化 ) , more problems arebrought to our attention.

38. Recently the phenomenon hasaroused wide concern, some people are in alarm that….

37. In the process of modernurban development, we often find ourselves in adilemma ( 窘境 ).

36. As to whether it isworthwhile to..., there is a long-runningcontroversial ( 争议性的 ) debate. It isquite natural that people from different backgrounds may havedivergent ( 好别的 ) attitudes towards it.

35. People are attaching more andmore importance to the interview during job hunting

34. As society develops, peopleareattaching muchimportance to (以为……从要)….

33. As towhether it is ablessing or a curse (福兮福兮), however, peopletake (hold/come up with) differentattitudes.

提出成绩 32. Along with the advance of thesociety more and more problems are brought to our attention, one ofwhich is that….


wildlife extinction 家生植物濒危

water shortage 火资本短缺

waste of food 华侈食粮

waste of energy 动力华侈

virtue 好德

violence 暴力

unemployment and reemployment 下岗战再失业

two-day weekend 单戚日

traveling/tourism 旅逛

traffic jam 交通梗塞

traffic accidents 交通变乱

teenage pregnancy 少女有身

tax frauds 偷税漏税

supermarkets 超市

state owned enterprises in deficit 国有企业吃盈

smoking 吸烟

***ual discrimination 性别蔑视

rapid urbanization 疾速皆会化

private cars 公众车

pornography 色情

pirated products 盗版产物

pets-raising 豢养辱物

part-time job on campus 校园勤工俭教

overpopulation 民气过量

negative influence of western cultures 西圆文化的悲观影响

mobile phones civilization 脚机文化

lucky number 幸运数字

lottery 彩票

laid-off workers 下岗工人

lack of professional and chaoticmanagement缺少专业人士并且办理紊治

job interview 供职里试

IT 疑息财产

Internet 果特网

insurance and interest安全战利率

housing shortage 住房短缺

house interior decoration 屋子室内拆建

high school dropouts 中教生停教

high inflation rate 下通货收缩率

high criminal rate 下犯功率

grain production 食粮消费

going abroad to study 出国留教

frozen food 速冻食物

football 脚球

fire hazards around us 4周的火险

fast food 快餐

fake and inferior products 冒充真劣商品

excessive use of chemical fertilizers 过量利用化肥

environmental pollution 情况净化

electronic industry 电子财产

drunk driving 酒后驾车

drug abuse/addiction 吸毒

disregard of public properties 没有瞅惜大众财产

decrease of farmlands 农田削加

credit cards 疑毁卡

corruption of civil servants 当局民员凋射

children with a single parent 单亲孩子

children abuse 凌虐女童

cheating in examination 测验作弊

beauty salons 发廊

American rock’n’roll 好国摇滚乐

alcohol abuse 酗酒

AIDS 艾滋病

advertisement 告白

31.acid rain 酸雨


30.For me, teaching is a red-eye (眼睛变白),sweaty-palm (脚心出汗), sinking-stomach (饿肠辘辘) profession. (Peter G.Beidler)

29.It is the same old story of not beinggrateful for what we have until we lose it, of notbeingconscious of(发觉到) health until we are ill. (Helen Keller)

28.Were it left to me to decide whether weshould have a government without news***s or news***s without agovernment,I should not hesitate a moment to prefer(我将绝没有踌躇天挑选) the latter. (Thomas Jefferson)

27.You can fool allof the people some of thetime and some of the people all of the time, but you can not foolall of the people all of the time. (Abraham Lincoln)

26.Some books are tobe tasted; others to beswallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested. (FrancisBacon)

25.Reading makes a full man; conference aready man; and writing an exact man. (Francis Bacon)

24.I have nothing tooffer but blood,toil(艰苦), tears and sweat. (Winston Churchill)

“Genius is 2 percent inspiration and 98 percent perspiration”.天赋是2%的灵感加98%的汗火。


“Mutual ignorance breeds mutual distrust”.

“Familiar notions are often those leastexamined”.生习的念法常常最没有会被查验。

“Awareness of ignorance is the beginning of wisdom”.认识到本人的受昧是聪慧的初步。

23.“Knowledge is power”. Such is theopinion of (remark made by)Bacon (Edison/ one of the great men), which has beenshared (confirmed) bymore and more people (many historicalevents).


22.Different peoplehave different attitudes.Some are in favor of …, while others are against….

21.Their worries andwarnings are welljustified. But we should not give up eating for fear of choking(他们的担忧战忠言有充真的来由, 20.The two major reasons responsible forthe rapid economic growth (the widespread of fakeproducts) are …One is that…, the other is that…. (Onthe one hand,…; on the other hand, …).

19.There are some reasons for…. To beginwith, …. Next, …. Last, …. There are, on the other hand, manyreasons against it. First,… Second, … Finally, ….

18.Two reasons account for that. For onething…, for another…..

17.Toillustrate (prove/show) this point, letme (us)consider (ask why/ look firstat/develop my argument)…

16.To geta sense of (a betterlook at/ a better understanding of/ a full appreciation of)how (what)…, wemust (have to)turn first to (have a bird’s eye view of/ make aclose study of)…

15.To understand thetruth (point/nature) of…, it isimportant (necessary/essential/crucial) toexamine (analyze/see)…


14.It goes without saying that…

13.In a word, we must follow theabove-mentioned suggestions. Only in this way can we achieve agreat success.

12.To conclude, we can see thatthebest way (the possible solution) is…

11.It is hoped that we shouldplacemuch emphasis on (pay more attention to)…

10.As can be seen from the aboveanalysis (As is illustrated/demonstrated above), theadvantages offered above outweigh the disadvantages.

9.In summary (To sum up/In conclusion), it is moreimportant (valuable) that …

8.The evidence upon all sides (The analysis we havemade/The reasons we have advanced)support(s) (justifies/confirms/points to/leads to) a(n)unshakable (u***takable/sound/just)conclusion (idea/view) that…

7.From what has been discussed above (Taking intoaccount all these factors/ Judging from all evidences offered), wemaysafely (reasonably)arrive at (cometo/reach/draw) theconclusion (moral) that…


6.Nowadays, a heated debate/discussion about … is under way in China.Some people believe that…whereas others argue that…

5.Currently, there is a widespread concern overillegalpublication (没有法出书) (pirated products)

4.There isa public (a general/much)debate (discussion/controversy)today (nowadays)on (about/over/as to) theproblem (issue) of…. Those whocriticize (oppose/object to) …contend (argue) that…. They believe that…, but people whoadvocate (favor) … on the other handmaintain (assert) that….

3.With the rapidly growing popularity of computers,the qualityof our lives has been considerably changed (people’s livingstandard has been dramatically improved).

2.When it comes to…, some people think that …, othersargue (claim) that theopposite (reverse) is true. There is probably some truth in botharguments (statements), but…

1.When asked about…,the overwhelming majority of (绝年夜年夜皆) (vast number of/most/many/quite a few)peoplesay (/think/believe/answer) that… But otherpeopleregard (view/see/think of) … as…. Iview (think)quite (a bit)differently.



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