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从二十世纪 90 年代以来,中国私家车产量不断增加,到 2018 年已经达到 3...

从二十世纪 90 年代以来,中国私家车产量不断增加,到 2018 年已经达到 3.22 亿辆。汽车带给人们方便的同时,也产生了许多问题。请给树德之声写一篇英语短文,希望同学们关注这些问题。要点如下:

1、中国私家车的发展及其好处

2、私家车增长带来的问题(如堵塞、污染、事故等)

3、针对问题,提出改善措施

注意:1.词数 100-120 左右,可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯;

2. 信的开头已给出,不计入总词数。

Dear editor

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Yours,

Li Hua

 

Dear editor

I am writing to you to express my concern. As we all know, since the 1990s, the production of private cars in China has been increasing rapidly. By 2018, the number of private cars has reached 322 million,

There is no denying that private cars have brought us great convenience. With cars, we can get to where we can go. If someone is terribly sick, we can send him to hospital as soon as possible, getting precious rescue time. It can't be ignored that private cars also cause a lot of problems such as air pollution, noise pollution, accidents and traffic jams, which is our biggest headache.

To solve these problems caused by the increasing number of private cars, I think the government should control the number of private cars, for example, each family is allowed to only have one car. Most importantly, everyone should consciously reduce the use of cars, adopting public transport, riding or even walking instead of driving a car, as these ways are low-carbon, environmentally friendly and do good to health.

????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Yours,

Li Hua

【解析】

本篇书面表达是提纲类作文,要求给树德之声写一篇短文,号召同学们关注汽车发展带来的问题。

1步:根据提示可知,本文要求写一篇短文,反应一个问题:从二十世纪 90 年代以来,中国私家车产量不断增加,到 2018 年已经达到 3.22 亿辆。汽车带给人们方便的同时,也产生了许多问题。请给树德之声写一篇英语短文,希望同学们关注这些问题。要点如下:

1、中国私家车的发展及其好处;2、私家车增长带来的问题(如堵塞、污染、事故等);3、针对问题,提出改善措施。时态应为一般现在时。

2步:根据写作要求,确定关键词(组),如; production (产量),private cars(私家车),rapidly(快速地),increase(增长), convenience(方便),pollution(污染),traffic jams(交通堵塞),accident(事故),consciously(自觉地)及environmentally friendly(环保的)等。

3步:根据提示及关键词(组)进行遣词造句,注意主谓一致和时态问题。

4步:连句成文,注意使用恰当的连词进行句子之间的衔接与过渡,书写一定要规范清晰,保持卷面的整洁美观。

本文内容完整,层次分明,结构紧凑,表达准确。另外全文中没有中国式英语的句式,显示了很高的驾驭英语的能力。

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