比如：用计算机打字好还是笔写好，有人说打字好，这样写威胁信不会被识破。为钱工作还是为兴趣工作，有人说为兴趣工作，认为钱根本不重要，只要自己感兴趣，完全可以不要钱，"全心全意为人民服务"了，好象连BASIC NECESSATIES 都不要，饿着肚皮就可以工作了。(应该说钱不是首要目的，有一些能够满足生活的基本需要就行了，不能成为工作的唯一目的。)
1 We may cite a common example of
2 A general /recent survey /investigation conducted by officials/ scientists indicates /reveals/ suggests that
1 Although the commonly-accepted belief/ idea is that X.X.X, a current/ recent study/ survey indicates that
2 It is true that X.X.X, but it does not mean that
1 The reasons/ causes for X.X.X are varied/ complicated and perhaps (probably) that they lie in the fact
2 Another contributing factor/ cause of X.X.X is that
1 There is a general/ public debate/ discussion nowadays on/ over the X.X.X. Those who criticize/ object to X.X.X argue that
2 They believe that X.X.X, however, people who advocate/ favor X.X.X argue that
1 As it turns out / Indisputably/Accordingly
2 Considering all the factors above, we may safely draw the conclusion that
In summary, the conclusion reached in this argument is in valid and misleading. To make the argument more convincing, the arguer would have to prove that_____. Moreover, I would suspend my judgment about the credibility of the recommendation until the arguer can provide concrete evidence that_____. Otherwise, the arguer is simply begging the question throughout the argument.
To conclude, the argument is not persuasive as it stands. Before we accept the conclusion, the arguer must present more facts that_____. To solidify the argument, the arguer would have to produce more evidence concerning____.
As it stands, the argument is not well reasoned. To make it logically acceptable, the arguer would have to demonstrate that ____. Additionally, the arguer must provide evidence to _____.
To sum up, the conclusion lacks credibility because the evidence cited in the analysis does not lend strong support to what the arguer maintains. To strengthen the argument the arguer would have to provide more evidence concerning that_____.
In conclusion, the arguer fails to _____. To strengthen the argument, the arguer would have to provide evidence that____. To better evaluate the argument, we need more information about that____
First, the argument is based on a false analogy. The arguer simply assumes that____, but he does not provide any evidence that_____.
Second, the arguer commits a fallacy of hasty generalization. Even if____, it does not follow that____。
Besides, the arguer does not provide any solid information concerning that____.
Actually, the arguer’s recommendation of _____would most probably turns out to be ineffective and misleading.
In the first place, the arguer fails to take into account the ____factors in the analysis. While we are informed that _____, the arguer fails to make clear that____.
In the second place, the comparison in this argument is incomplete and selective, the arguer discovers that ____. However the arguer fails to provide any information regarding ____.
Unless the arguer also takes these factors into consideration, the comparison is unconvincing.
First of all, the argument is based on a hasty generalization. According to the cited studies, ____. The fact tells very little about _____. Even if we accept the arguer’s assumption that_____, it is unwarranted to assume that_____.
In addition, the arguer fails to consider several other relevant factors that____. For instance, _____.
What’ s more,______.
Finally, the arguer hints that_____, but he fails to analyze that_____.
The major problem with this argument is that the arguer fails to convince us that _____. First, the fact that ____does indicate that____. Second, _____, which makes it impossible for us to evaluate that____
Another point worth considering is the arguer’s hasty generalization. We are informed that____, but we do not know that_____. We can believe that ____, but based on this slim information, we can never evaluate the overall performance of discount.
One major assumption in short of legitimacy is that_____. First, ____. Second, _____. This may prove misleading and counterproductive in the end.
In addition, the conclusion is based on a gratuitous assumption that_____. This, however, is unwarranted.
In some countries， teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think this is a good idea? Support your opinion by using specific reasons and details.
I don't think it is a good idea for teenagers to have jobs while they are still students. It can interfere with their studies， it can disrupt their home life， and it takes away pan of their childhood that they can never replace.
Education today is very complex and difficult. In order to learn and get good grades， a student must work very hard and concentrate. This means attending classes from early in the morning until late afternoon， then doing research for projects， then going home and doing homework. It's a busy schedule for anyone. For someone trying to hold down a job， it's even harder. Students need all their energy for their studies. If they're working after class at night， they're going to be tired the next day. They won't be able to concentrate. This will have a negative impact on their learning， and eventually on their grades.
Having a job can also disrupt a teenager's home life. Families spend less and less time together. If a teenager has a job to go to after school， he won't be home for dinner. He won't be home after dinner， either， and may not get home until late at night. This means he doesn't have a lot of time to spend with his family. If he doesn't have a car， it can mean changes in his parents' schedules， too. They have to drive him to work and pick him up.
The main drawback of a teenager having a job while he's still a student is that he's missing out on the fun of being young. He has a whole lifetime in which he'll have to earn a living. This is the last free time he'll have. It's the last chance he'll have to hang out with friends and just enjoy himself.
Soon enough he'll have to worry about paying the rent and buying food.
Jobs bring money， but money isn't everything. A teenager with a job gives up too much. No one should spend all his time at work， and especially not a teenager.