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六级考前必看写作句型与过渡词语【开篇句】

1) With the rapid improvement in.../growing awareness of..., more and more.../sth....

(e.g. With the considerable improvement in building industry, more and more structures are being erected to set the people's minds at ease.)

2) Recently, sth./the problem of...has been brought to popular attention/ has become the focus of public concern. A

(e.g. Recently, the problem of unemployment has been brought to such popular  attention that governments at all levels place it on the agenda as the first matter.)

3) One of the universal issues we are faced with/that cause increasing concern is that...

(e.g. One of the universal issues that draw (cause) growing concern is whether it is wise of man to have invented the automobile.)

4) In the past few years, there has been a boom/sharp growth/decline in.. .

(e.g. In the past ten years, there has been a sharp decline in the number  of species.)

5) Nowadays, more/most important/dangerous for our society is...

(e.g. Nowadays, most dangerous for our society is the tendency to take advantage of each other in political circles.)

6) According to the information given in the table/graph, we can find that...

7) As can be seen from the table/graph/figure, there is a marked increase /decline/favorable (an unfavorable) change in...

8) As we can see from the table/graph/figure above, drastic/considerable/ great changes have taken place in...over the period of time from...(年份)to...( 年份)

9) The table/graph shows that there is a(n) declining/increasing trend of ...from...(年份) to...(年份)

10) Anyone who takes a closer look at the data in the table/graph can be  surprised to find that...

11) It is a traditional practice to...in our society.

(e.g. It is a traditional practice for young people to be financially dependent on their parents for anything like marriage and housing.)

12) It has long been considered only right and proper to...(in China.)

(e.g. It has long been considered only right and proper/perfectly justified for the old to assume full responsibility for the growth of the young.)

13) As things usually go against sb.'s will, his original intention was to...

(e.g. As things usually go against man's will, his original intention was to  change the way people lived by inventing the internal combustion engine. Indeed, its birth has greatly enhanced their enjoyment of life, especially in traveling and transporting. But its dark side is presenting a growing worry to our society.)

14) The current situation of..., if approached from the opposite angle, reveals that...

(e.g. The current situation of our reforms is political structure, if approached from the opposite angle, reveals that much of the achievement is far from satisfactory. For example,...But...)

15) Everything about...seems (not) to be getting on smoothly/just as one wishes in...

(e.g. Everything about the economic reform seems to be getting on just as our government wishes in China.)

16) To sb.'s mind/In sb.'s eye(s), sth. seems/means...

(e.g. In the eyes of the public, official corruption means taking bribes,. ..But such corruption comes in many different forms.)

17) No one would deny that...

或:Everyone would agree that...

18) When it comes to...(sth.), most people (the public) maintain(s)/contend(s) that...

(e.g. When it comes to fake commodities, every consumer has much anger to pour upon them.)

19) Now it is widely believed that...

(e.g. Now it is widely believed that examinations are the best possible measure for the selection of the qualified.)

20) A public debate has arisen as to/over/concerning...

(e.g. A public debate has arisen as to whether one should step forward bravely in the event of crime.)

21) All that sth. has done for our society seems like a big step forward in the right/wrong direction, but it has also brought along with it a great worry /benefit to...(the average people.)

(sth.: cloning, the reform in managerial structures, etc.)

22) The birth/invention of...has made an enormous/essential difference to ...But it does not mean that...

(e.g. The birth of the computer has made a radical difference to the human progress. But it does not mean that this wonder does no threat to our society.)

23) Sth. has changed the way our society develops....But its bright side should not keep us from following closely its dark side.

(sth.: the genetic engineering, etc.)

24) Things about...are going on to our advantage, but a long cool look at ...reveals that...

(e.g. Things about the reform in state enterprises are not going on to the most workers' advantage....But a long cool look at this move reveals that it will  produce some substantial benefits to our nation in a long run.)

25) No/Little doubt that...But...

(e.g.[There is] Little doubt that the traditional schooling has contributed much to our social development....But some grave defects in it begin to stand  out against the modern times.)

26) What does sth. mean?

27) How/Why does sth. affect our life?

28) What is it like to do...?

(e.g. What is it like to have lost all confidence in oneself?)

29) What would our society be like if there were no...?

(e.g. What would our society be like if there were no public morals?)

30) Should we put sth. above sth. else?

或:Should we attach as much weight to A as to B?

(e.g. Should we put intellectual development above moral education?)

31) Sth. is often referred to as/defined as...

(e.g. Corrupt officials are often referred to as the most dangerous borers  in our government bodies, who are nibbling away the healthy organism of our party by dishonest means.)

32) (Doing) Sth. is just the same as.../is compared to.../is likened to.. ./is like...

(e.g. Life in the middle of marriage is often compared to wire walking, for in the early years spouses attract each other and in late years they need each other.)

33) Sth. is to...what sth. else is to...

(e.g. An individual human existence is to the human society what a river is  to the ocean, small and busy rushing past rocks at first, but gradually growing wider and quieter until it becomes merged in the ocean in the end.)

34) To/For/With most people/sb., sth. is/means...

(e.g. To dishonest people, a friend means a target or an object that is of some use to them at present or in the future.)

35) Sth. is the symbol/mark/equivalent of.../is symbolic of.../is equivalent to...(e.g. If selling one's sex is the mark of degeneration, selling one's power is equivalent to committing crime.)

36) Suppose/Imagine that.../Let's suppose/assume/imagine (that)...

(e.g. Suppose, by any chance, you heartily disagree with anything that is  going on about you, you are less likely to stay on the good side of people around you.)

37) We often find ourselves caught/involved in a dilemma whether...

(e.g. We often find ourselves caught in a dilemma whether we should reach for the bear's paw or for the shark's fin/whether to reach for...)

38) If/In case/In the event that..., it is better to.../a better course is to.../sb. has no choice/option/alternative but to.../all we want to know is how...

(e.g. In the event that you fall in a love river, all we want to know is how  you will swim in it, as you are no longer a fisherman.)

39) Unfortunately, sth. may affect sb.'s life to the point where...

(e.g. Unfortunately, the desire to be well thought of affects one's life to  the point where he is reluctant to say no to anyone else regarding anything.)

40) In our life, there often appears such an occasion when.../on which... (或it often happens that...)(e.g. In our daily life, there appears such an occasion when we drink success to our work in one field but, at the same time, begin to do great damage to other fields.)

41) “...” That is how one of the great minds/scientists/writers remarked on...(e.g. “Happiness, like an old friend, is inclined to drop in unexpectedly— when you're working hard on something else.” That is how a famous writer once remarked on happiness.)

42) One of the great sociologists/psychologists has said:“...”

(e.g. The great classical ballerina Anna Pavlova has said: “No one can arrive from being talented alone. God gives talent; work transforms talent into genius.” In other words ...)

43) “...” Such is the accurate exposition/exposure of...frequently over heard in public.

(e.g. “Public morals are declining day by day.” Such is the correct exposure of the dark side of our society.)

44) How often nowadays we hear such remarks/complaints/words as this “...” or “...”!

(e.g. How often nowadays we hear such complaints from officials as this “I  have too many social engagements to carry out” or “I have too many social engagements to carry out” or “I have to bear too many titles for our society”! Don't be misled by the complaints of this kind!)

45) One of the great men once said that...

(e.g. A gifted American psychologist once said that it is an illusion to believe in the Sunday-school truth—more comfort, more happiness.)

46) Once in a newspaper/magazine, I hit upon the report that...

(e.g. Once in a newspaper, I hit upon the news that a quick witted policeman spotted a suspect's spittle in the street blotted it up and ran a DNA test on  it which led to the man's arrest for a murder.  This case best counts as a practical application of the DNA technique.)

47) One day, I happened to witness the incident as follows:...
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