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作为一个已经有孩子的老二次元说一下,支持取消英语的小憨憨们是家里都有矿吗?你可能觉得英语教育资源不平均,你以后的工作生活用上英语的可能性不高,你可能也觉得国家越来越强大为什么必修欧美的语言,道理很简单,国家还没那么强,高尖端行业的交流和论文还是英语为主,你觉得不学英语是减负,实际上就是自己放弃了去接触这些高尖端行业的机会,把机会白送给了那些可以花钱学英语的阶级。你自己学不来没有关系,但别支持你的阶级放弃这条路。

这句话解释了为什么要坚持这样练英语

  一篇2021年托福写作真题与满分范文
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  Some people believe that the media (for example, television, radio, newspaper, or Internet news sources) are less concerned nowadays with presenting accurate facts than they were in the past; these people argue that the media today often present incorrect information about news stories and that this causes problems for the public. Do you agree with this view? Why or why not?
  Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
  Fake news of a sensational nature is often created to be widely shared online for different purposes. Regarding the accuracy of the media, some people hold the opinion that the media are held to high standards of accuracy, more concerned with offering objective and unbiased reports than they were in the past. However, from my perspective, the press nowadays places less emphasis on accuracy, creating problems for our society.
  First of all, the media sometimes might release misinformation or made-up stories in order to attract readers and increase sales. Unlike the past when many newspapers or press were government-sponsored and will be kept in operation even if unable to make profits, the media nowadays are generally income-generating, privately-owned businesses. Therefore. they have to make a large sum of money to remain in business. As is often known to many, the two major sources of a media company’s revenue are the subscriptions and the advertising fees it receives from its customers who advertised their products through the press. All these sources of income depend largely on the large readership a media company boasts. Under these circumstances, a media company has an incentive to invent stories so as to attract attention and readers, thereby increasing sales and generating a large amount of profits. For example, last month an influential media company in China made up some fake news on Weibo(which is the Chinese version of Twitter), misleading a large number of people. As a result, it got millions of followers in several days. Obviously, the motive of increasing readership and profits is driving the media to fabricate the story and news.
  Also, in this information age, the media are generally less attentive to fact-checking. In the past, reporters usually did a great deal of work in confirming the reliability of the newspaper story. They would personally interview eyewitnesses, collected their detailed descriptions, and evaluate or even verify the reliability of these descriptions before including their accounts in the report published in the newspaper. Therefore, it was unlikely that they made fake news. However, modern journalists generally do very little about fact-checking. For one thing, their salary standards almost have nothing to do with the accuracy of their reports and many reporters tend to think they can be lucky enough to get away with making fake news because most made-up stories probably will not be found fake. For another, in this information age, there are so many sources of information for reports that journalists have very little time to check the reliability of these accounts and stories one by one. For example, in 2007 a farmer in Northern China claimed he had spotted a south China tiger in the wild and his accounts were taken seriously. The reporter interviewing the farmer wrote a report published in the local newspaper without casting any doubts on the accounts. At length, experts found this farmer who gave detailed descriptions of the tiger a total liar from the very beginning. The lack of fact-checking caused many reports and news to be incorrect and fabricated.
  To sum up, the modern press is less concerned with accuracy than they are in the past because they are profit-oriented and place emphasis on fact-checking.

本人社会狗一枚,工作了6年了。说下我的看法吧。先从周边工作同事说吧,周边很多人工智能算法工程师,他们时常会看国外的一些paper(不得不承认国外技术上比我们领先),然后再结合业务去论证效果,从最近结果来看颇有成效。 身边还有一些医学生的朋友,经常听他们说我们这一代人软实力越来越差了,看柳叶刀文章还要用翻译软件(专业词汇经常不对),反观自己的导师通篇看下来毫无压力。 英语牛逼你的上限可能就会比别人高。 看评论不知道是不是很多都还是小朋友,换位思考一下你希望你的孩子比别人家孩子少一点机会吗,跟他说这辈子就做这几个行业,别去尝试别的。 如果真的改成选修,大部分学生可能都不会学了,到时候身为父母的自己别哭死[doge]。
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