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  Some people think that the library is a waste of money and the computer technology is replacing its function. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

  这是一道较为简单的单边讨论题目:“有些人认为图书馆的设立是在浪费钱财,因为电脑科技正在逐渐取代图书馆的职能”,类似的题目往年已经考过很多了,例如“电子书是否能够取代纸质书”、“上网冲浪是否能够取代实地旅游”、“网络是否能够取代博物馆和艺术馆”等等,题目的套路基本都是非常一致的。在这些题目中发挥关键作用的正是科技的发展和网络的广泛应用。对于该类话题的处理截至目前仍旧建议大家可以采用偏向型的观点:不可否认网络和电脑科技给人们创造了很多的便利,但是图书馆/博物馆/实地旅游/纸质书等仍旧有其不可取代的价值。

  主体段思路:

  1.电脑科技的发展帮助人们在网络中实现书籍资源的阅读与分享

  2.但是网络无法很好地保存宝贵的纸质书籍资源

  3.不是所有的人都习惯于通过网络的方式阅读

  以下提供给各位同学主体段的sample answer:

  The prevalence and advancement of cyberspace, admittedly, have already assisted the discovery and sharing of book resources among a wider range of citizens. Through converting the written words into electronic codes, a more diversified classification of books are able to be spread online, which not only benefits people who cannot afford the increasingly expensive prices of books, but also encourages people who used not to read books to form this habit when embracing the specific type of books on the internet. Fromm this perspective, it indeed seems that functions of traditional libraries have been fulfilled by the computers and networks.

  The maintenance of paper resources, however, cannot be efficiently preserved through computer technologies. Millions of books made of paper not only serve as the container of precedent knowledge and insights, but also constitute a huge part of cultural treasure that should be carefully protected by cultural institutions such as the libraries and museums, since some of the books are published in quite limited amount or handwritten by great authors. The virtual online space can play little influence on the protection of those paper books, whereas the professional staff with specialized knowledge on book maintenance can perform this function in a more satisfactory way.

  What is more, not all people can adapt to the habit of online learning, especially for the old and the young, or the people who run mad after the genuine feelings of touching real papers and smelling the printing scents. If eliminating all libraries just because of the convenience provided by electronic devices, people who are not used to using the computer or smart phones would encounter really harsh circumstances in which it is less possible for them to acquire the previously easy access to paper books, thus hindering the development of their reading enthusiasm.

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