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        Many people think that arts (painting and music) do not directly improve people's life, so government should spend money on other important areas. Do you agree or disagree? (2012.07.28)

        這兩道題非常近似。今天雅思寫作題目的對立面是rather than 左右兩邊的scientific research 和research for less useful subjects;而7月28日的對立面是arts 和other important areas. 本質上前者的scientific research 對應后者other important areas的一部分; 前者的less useful subjects對應后者的arts. 類似的雅思寫作題目還有2011.11.05和 2011.07.16

        除了主要部分的相似,今天的雅思寫作題目也有細微的不同之處。同學們要特別注意postgraduate research,所有關于藝術和科學的討論都要圍繞postgraduate research來進行。



        第二段:1當然科學研究可以直接產生看得見的成果,如產品或技術,可以提高人民的生活水平;2科研的成果會提高生產力;3 醫學研究提高大眾健康水平和壽命





        1. underestimate 低估

        2. discipline 學科

        3. enrolment 入學

        4. anthropology 人類學

        5. philosophy 哲學

        6. comprehension= understanding

        7. range from…to… 范圍從…到…

        8. carry their responsibility 擔負…的責任

        9. emphasize 強調

        10. boom = prosper繁榮

        11. Tackle 解決

        12. empower 使人增強力量

        13. intangible 抽象的

        14. not necessarily 不一定

        15. solely = only 僅僅

        16. inspire 激勵

        17. excel 出眾

        18. make the best of 充分利用

        19. robust 有力量的

        20. enhance 增強

        21. channel 引導


        While the economy is booming in many countries, arts and social science postgraduate students are finding it more and more difficult to get scholarship or any other financial support. By contrast, more funds are favor to scientific areas. This leads to declining enrolment in arts and social science disciplines. The main reason is that some people overly emphasize economic benefits of scientific research, but underestimate the intangible roles of the arts, history, philosophy or anthropology and consider them less useful.


        It is a general practice in many countries that universities carry their responsibility of conducting research for the good of their community and sharing their results with the public. If we were to judge the value of a research by its material value, scientific research surely benefit people’s life more directly and visible than the arts. Such examples can range widely from medical breakthroughs which enhance human longevity and public health, to communication technology innovations which convenient the interaction between people and empower the mobility of individuals and businesses. Products, such as cars driven by solar energy, aimed at tackling environmental issues can make the earth a better place for us to live. However, the improved living standards do not necessarily increase the happiness of people as they are by nature emotionally connected to the world around them. That is to say the quality of life does not solely depend on materialism.


        Humans are emotional beings and need not only bread to eat but also roses to enjoy. It is the arts that deal with the non-material aspects of life such as passions, values and relationships which significantly influence people’s feelings and judgments. These are ultimately central to people’s behaviors. Another important benefit is that the arts inspire people to see their world from a personal point of view which is usually very unique and creative. And creativity and innovation is a crucial quality for an individual to excel in society and make the best of their life. Other values of the arts include relaxation and entertainment, safe way of channeling energy and passion, enhancing understanding between cultures and races. Social science leads people to reflect on human self and make a deeper comprehension of the society, helping make reasonable and positive decision for long-term issues.


        To conclude, research on the arts and social science are as important as science for humans, although they benefit us in different ways. To maintain a healthy and robust society, governments should offer equal financial support in all areas of society.


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