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新手请各位前辈指教作文,谢谢~TPO13综合写作

Serenalxy   发表于 2016-9-21 12:37:26 | 显示全部楼层 | 阅读模式 | 跳转到指定楼层
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The lecture talks about advantages and disadvantages on commercial fossil trade, which apparently refutes the points illustrated in the passage. According to the passage, the sale of fossils is an unfortunate development for both scientists and the general public. Conversely, the professor holds the view that the benefits of commercial fossil trade greatly outweigh the disadvantages.
/ O/ }" O  [! V* @8 Q7 D0 B: L5 PFirst, the professor argues that the public is likely to have greater exposure to fossils as a result of commercial fossil trade, not less exposure. In other words, the sale of fossils enables low-level public institutions to routinely buy and display them for public, which directly contradicts what the passage indicates, that is, sales decrease chances and attractions to public.* Y. T) p: ^1 g2 j
The second point the professor uses to cast doubt on the passage is that scientists won’t lose any single access to really important fossils. However, the passage states that relative lack of money makes scientists miss accesses, which is in sharp contrasts to the lecture. It is the fact that before put into the market, fossils are fully scientifically identified so that the scientific community is not going to miss out on anything important, according to the lecture. So there lies another part where experience contradicts theory.
2 A! u- v2 V8 o8 `9 [4 [Another evidence the lecture adopts to refute the passage is that commercial collectors avoid a great many fossils from being undiscovered, differing from the statement of the passage." @7 y8 ?% e3 V. U: |7 ^
In summary, scarcely at all the professor agrees with what is presented in the passage. He claims that commercial fossil trade has more advantages, whereas the reading materials make a negative view to it.. B( K8 V* c' n6 I4 |
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    The lecturer rejects the ideas presented in the reading passage about the problems involved in the booming business of commercial fossil trading. In her opinion, the benefits of this new development outweigh its negative consequences. & @% y( {) \  J# O. B. t
    The professor does not agree with the first point made in the reading—that private collectors keep their fossil collections away from the public. She contends that the commercial trading of fossils actually makes them available to a wider public, because everyone with a budget, such as private schools and libraries, can purchase them for study and exhibition.
( v3 o" f+ ^1 y2 {# G    The speaker goes on to refute the claim in the reading that fossil trading business prevents scientists and public museum from benefiting from fossil finds, as these parties cannot compete with wealthy private buyers to acquire important fossils for research purpose. On the contrary, she argues, scientists themselves are the first to evaluate any important fossil before it can be sold in the commercial market at a price, so the academic community does not miss any opportunity to study privately traded fossils.    $ M8 D" \/ A! e# s% P# ?
    Additionally, the lecturer challenges the final downside of fossil trading mentioned in the reading. The lecturer reminds us that the damages, if any, caused by private collectors in their field operations are more than offset by the effort these individuals have made to increase the number of fossils available to the public that would otherwise remain undiscovered.
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阅读提取观点:私人化石买卖对公众和科学家都是坏事
3 u$ O, D1 L; N$ w分论点1公众会失去接触化石的机会从而失去兴趣
- F  E& q  r! e& s) ~分论点2科学家也会失去接触化石的机会
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分论点3化石包含的珍贵数据将会遭到破坏
7 B# p9 B" n- l% h8 L7 C1 F听力提取观点:私人化石买卖弊小于利  u# C6 c! P# Q; N1 J9 V2 N
分论点1公众不会失去接触机会,相反会更多greater exposure, available purchase, low-level public institution buy) k- t6 @% g6 J, u" @' h3 N( V
分论点2科学家也不会失去接触机会 before buy, scientific
identify, only people, even if, pass through 2 ~3 y5 e4 F' w
分论点3虽然化石的数据可能遭到破坏,但还是要好过让化石长眠地下无人问津
damage, not them, undiscovered, not many collecting operations, better be found, not all data, than undiscovered' Y( B2 P: b- F

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