1. 变换句子的开头结构(beginning structure)
名词做主语(noun as subject)
介词短语作状语(prepositional phrase as adverbial)
副词作状语(adverb as adverbial)
分词短语作状语(participial phrase as adverbial)
形容词短语作状语(adjective phrase as adverbial)
主语从句(subject subordinate clause)
不定式短语做主语或状语(infinitive phrase as subject/ adverbial)
动名词做主语(gerund as subject)
To begin with, even in such areas as computer science, where it is estimated that much of what a student earns today will be obsolete in just five years, an advanced degree and the education it represents will continue to be of benefit. Unlike undergraduate education, which is divided into a number of small educations units every term, post-baccalaureate education is concentrated on deeper earning in fewer areas. Moreover, most graduate education requires extended, critical focus on complex issues or research projects. And even if the technical information relevant to competing a graduate-eve project becomes outmoded, the earned critical methods and problem-solving approaches will not.
Today’s education system paces too much emphasis on students’ desires rather than their needs. Accordingly, students are searching for the easy way out, and educators are winging conspiring with them. As opposed to this trend, I would argue that students should study what is presented to them rather than what is desired by them. Not only should educators determine the curriculum, but also they should strive to insure that each individual student truly gains from his/her education, rather than just breezes through it.