The benefits of money:
1. Basic needs: food, clothes, accommodation, transportation;
2. Education: books, attend courses;
3. Emergency: acute illnesses, accidents;
4. Entertainment: travel, concerts, etc.
Money plays an indispensible role in human beings' life in present days, without which we are unable to survive in this world. First and foremost, money can meet people's fundamental needs, for instance, not only can people use money to bring food on the table to prevent starvation, but they can savor a wide range of delicious delicacies served in the upscale restaurants to gratify their taste-buds.
Additionally, men and women alike are able to purchase stylish and trendy clothes to leave a memorable impression on others especially when they are engaging in significant events. People can rent or even buy a gorgeous and comfortable house with the money they have earned to enjoy conveniences brought about by modern technology. If a person had plenty of money, he could own a private car to spare himself the trouble of hustling in the subway trains during morning and afternoon rush hours.
1. Money is the most important aspect in a job.
2. Most of business people are only motivated by the desire of money.
3. People care more about public recognition than about money. Even if no more money is given, public recognition can still make people work harder.
4. It is better to take a secure job with a low pay than to take a job with a high pay but is easy to lose.
5. A job with more vocation time but a low salary is better than a job with a high salary but less vacation time.
托福独立写作模板中的高频论据之二：Air pollution (空气污染)
1. Cause：factories, cars;
2. Current situation: smoggy, hazy;
3. Effect : illnesses & traffic accidents
4. Solution : government & individuals
Government should exercise its power to curtail the number of steel and cement factories in heavy industries, either close down or relocate these plants to elsewhere. Stricter regulations should also be enacted to decrease the number of vehicles on roads to reduce the amount of hazardous exhaust fumes. In order to absorb the toxic pollutants in the air, more trees and flowers should be planted to purify the smoggy air.
And more government budget should be allocated to conduct scientific research to identify the solution to address air pollution. On top of that, ordinary people can also play their part in curbing the air pollution. For instance, as a responsible citizen, you can opt not to dine in a restaurant that engages in open air barbecue and report such blatant violation of regulation to the authorities concerned. The car owners can capitalize on public transportation tools to go to destinations rather than drive cars.
1. Governments should focus its budgets more on environmental protection than on economic development.
2. The environmental issue is too complex to be handled by the individual.
3. The best way to reduce air pollution is for the government to raise the cost of fuel (petrol).
4. Modern agriculture methods damage the environment, but providing food for the growing population around the world is more important than protecting the environment.
5. To increase economic growth, the government should ignore the environmental concerns.
1. Communication: email, online chatting;
2. Education: knowledge, learning materials, online courses;
3. Entertainment: TV shows, movies & games
4. Life convenience: online shopping, pre-order service
Since the advent of Internet, teaching and learning has been transformed in many fundamental ways. Not only are students capable of getting access to a wealth of information online, but also they are able to teach themselves with the aid of online courses that cater to varying educational levels. For instance, my classmate John has already studied college math on the Internet on his own while we are still struggling with math problems designed for high school students.
Hence he often debates fervidly with the math teacher regarding some tricky issues and always comes up with easier solutions. Thus teachers' authority is more often than not challenged by talented and computer-savvy students like John, posing more difficulties for teachers to impart knowledge to students. In the past, nevertheless, teachers are regarded as figures of authority and the single source of knowledge. Students had a keen faith in teachers and hardly did they cast doubt on the credibility of teachers.
1. It is more important for the government to spend money on improving Internet access than on public transportation.
2. Young people today are more likely to succeed than it was in the past.
3. Teachers had a greater influence on young people in the past than they do today.
4. Teaching is harder than it was in the past.
5. Teachers were more appreciated and valued by the society in the past than they are now.