1.Instead of indulging in playing computer games, children should betaught how to benefit from useful information on the internet.
2.On no account (Under no circumstances)can we ignore the immensevalue of knowledge.
3.College students take part-time jobs not for more money but for abetter understanding of societies.
4.One’s salary doesnot depend so much on his educational background as on his ability andcontribution to the society.
5.In terms of nutrition, fast food is far from satisfactory.
6.Parents would not expect their children to become useful personswithout working hard.
1.Undoubtedly, practical courses can be used to the reality, which isof vital importance to their development in the future.
2.Children tend to imitate what they have seen and heard on massmedia, which is sometimes dangerous and harmful.
3.The majority of students believe that part-time jobs will providethem with more opportunities to develop their interpersonal skills, which mayput them in a favorable position in the future job markets.
1.This view is widely acknowledged；however，there is little evidence that smoking is beneficial to people’s health.
2.Although(While) the computer has been widely used in class, itcannot replace the role of teachers.
3.Reasonable as the opinion sounds, it cannot bear much analysis.
4.In spite of a lot of conveniencesthat cars bring to people’s life, they can create a series of serious problems.
1.It is hard to imagine what our life would look like withoutcomputers in modern society.
2.It is conceivable that being physically active does good to health.
3.It is a highly controversial issue whether women should join thearmed forces or not.
4.It is universally acknowledged that water and air are indispensableto human beings.
5.It is essential that endangered species of animals be protected againstbeing killed.
6.It is high time that the government took effective measures toresolve these problems.
7.It has been made easier for modern people to communicate with eachother by the internet in a few seconds.
8.It is worth caring about the way a child behaves.
9.It has been a few decades since the computer came into being.
1.If we destroy old buildings, then we will ruin the traditionalculture and heritage.
2.You would miss the chance to interact with other students if youused internet at home.
3.Once you change your present job, you will be faced with the dangerof being unemployed.
1.Only in this way can the problem be tackled properly.
2.Only when children take arduous efforts can they become successful.
3.Not only does studying in school serve academic purpose, butstudents learn how to handle interpersonal relations.
4.Under no circumstances should youngsters follow negative informationon mass media blindly.
5.So valuable is water that we cannot afford to waste it.
6.Nowadays, most dangerous for youngsters is the tendency to indulgein playing PC games.
1.It is for the benefit of maintaining the ecological balance thathuman beings ought to protect the endangered animal species.
2.It is not until people suffer from some fatal diseases such as SARSand AIDS that they are becoming aware of how significant it is for thegovernment to invest more money in medical care.
1.Studies show that juvenile delinquency rates are twice as high foryoungsters from single-parent families as for those intraditional households. （同级比较）
2.Generally speaking, people in modern times enjoy less leisure timethan they did previously. （比较级）
3.Compared with those with different abilities, children with intelligencedo more well in their school work and intelligence tests.
4.Contrary to pop stars, other professionals like doctors and teacherscreate the true value for their society.
5.Air is to human what (as) water is to fish.
1.Computers, most important of all, create wide communication aroundthe world. 最重要的是，计算机在世界范围内建立了广泛的交流。
2.Providing more parking areas, in the long run, has proved to be apractical way out in many large cities in the world.
3.Observing local culture, consciously and unconsciously, can reducethe chance of offending the locals, or it will lead to the embarrassment andeven conflict.
4.Space exploration, some people believe, will bring some unexpecteddiscoveries.
1.Violent films can do harm to young people, because they containsnumerous negative information.
2.Human beings are chiefly responsible for wild animalextinction.
3.We should attribute (ascribe)medical advances to the animals whichdo substantial contributions to the experiment.
4.Because of overpopulation, water shortage has become one of the mostserious problems.
5.Owing to the fierce competition in today’s world, a great many young peoplefind themselves under great pressure.
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1.This view is now being questioned by more and more people.
2.Although many people claim that, along with the rapidly economic development, the number of people who use bicycle are decreasing and bicycle is bound to die out. The information I've collected over the recent years leads me to believe that bicycle will continue to play extremely important roles in modern society.
4.In view of such serious situation, environmental tools of transportation like bicycle are more important than any time before.
5.Using bicycle contributes greatly to people's physical fitness as well as easing traffic jams.
6.Despite many obvious advantages of bicycle, it is not without its problem.
7.Bicycle can't be compared with other means of transportation like car and train for speed and comfort.
8.From what has been discussed above, we may safely draw the conclusion that advantages of bicycle far outweigh its disadvantages and it will still play essential roles in modern society.
9.There is a general discussion these days over education in many colleges and institutes. One of the questions under debate is whether education is a lifetime study.
10.This issue has caused wide public concern.
11.It must be noted that learning must be done by a person himself.
12.A large number of people tend to live under the illusion that they had completed their education when they finished their schooling. Obviously, they seem to fail to take into account the basic fact that a person's education is a most important aspect of his life.
21.There is a general debate on the campus today over the phenomenon of college or high school students' doing a part-time job.
22.By taking a major-related part-job, students can not only improve their academic studies, but gain much experience, experience they will never be able to get from the textbooks.
23.Although people's lives have been dramatically changed over the last decades, it must be admitted that, shortage of funds is still the one of the biggest questions that students nowadays have to face because that tuition fees and prices of books are soaring by the day.
24.Consequently, the extra money obtained from part-time job will strongly support students to continue to their study life.
25.From what has been discussed above, we may safely draw a conclusion that part-time job can produce a far-reaching impact on students and they should be encouraged to take part-time job, which will benefit students and their family, even the society as a whole.
26.These days, people in growing numbers are beginning to complain that work is more stressful and less leisurely than in past. Many experts point out that, along with the development of modern society, it is an inevitable result and there is no way to avoid it.
27.It is widely acknowledged that computer and other machines have become an indispensable part of our society, which make our life and work more comfortable and less laborious.