The author provides an overly simplistic answer to the question above.As for me,to some extents,I aGREe with the author 's general assertion that in some circumstance.However,the author unnecessarily extends the broad assertion to an irreversible extremes while overlooks other crucial factors that could contribute to this issue. On balanc ,deeper analysis is necessary since the argument is as complicated as it stands.My points involve fundamental and deep analysis as discussed below .
On the one hand ,I aGREe that the assertion,although suffering from inevitable drawbacks ,nourishes some merits in the common sense and experience in our daily life .Hence ,the assertion is partially indisputable.Admittedly, this might be the perfect example in support of the assertion .It provides decent evidence to demonstrate that .
Furthermore, all these evidence demonstrate that.
On the other hand ,recognizing that more rational and accurate judgement need to incorporate more different aspects of the issue ,I have to point out that the author 's failure to consider some paramount factors renders the assertion made by him open to doubt .In short, the assertion is problematice in some aspects . For instance , that is to see . Accordingly ,I tend to concede that the pratice that is inappropriate in some circumstance.
In sume,seldom can other issue be more complicated than the issue about .As the circumstance changes ,the validity of the assertion will be highly suspect .This assertion could only be drawn in a subjective way rather than an objective way. So different are personal experience and emotional concerns among people with diverse culture that thousand people would maintain thousand opinions .As for me ,I aGREe with the author 's assertion that in certain circumstance.