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2011年8-9月gmat作文机经AI(至8.26)(八)

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 24. 本月机经4次

  V1 政府是否应该被授权去审核任何它所感兴趣的信息

  V2 为了保证国家的安全性,政府应该被授权保护一切他想要保护的信息

  V3 一个国家的government应该被赋予一个权力,这个权利就是可以根据自己的意愿确定哪些information是需要被keep in secret的

  V4.In order to preserve nation's security , nations can keep secret any information they want


25. people has a duty to disobey 他们认为unjust 的laws


26. 合并至6


27 本月机经4次

  V1 A society should be measured more by scientific and artistic achievements than by business successes

  V2衡量一个社会更多的应该看科学和艺术成就,而不是商业成就

  V3 Should a society's scientific and artistic achievements be measured more than its business success


28.some people complain that now people depend on computer too much, but computer continuously improving our lives.

  To what extent do you agree or disagree this statement and use examples, evidences to support your idea.


29 本月机经2次

  constant innovation and change within an organization will as likely to damage an organization as to improve it.

  以往机经

  V1: issue是 constant innovation and change 能为企业带来improvement的同时也会带来一样damage

  用的 as as 结构 具体不记得了 improvement在后面一个as后的 就一句话

  自己也就分improve和damage两个方面写应该也还好完成吧

  V2:.AI: the constant innovation and change within an organization is as likely to damage the organization as to improve it.

  题库原题:Constant innovation and change within an organization are as likely to damage the organization as they are to improve to it.

  考古:

  V1Innovation and changes are as likely do damage to an organization as do good to it. 大意就是创新和变化能够给一个组织带来的不良影响并不比好的影响少。

  V2Constant innovation and change within an organization are as likely to damage the organization as they are to improve it.

  提供观点:

  1.We are living in a world which is developing at a termendous speed which requires constant innovation and change.

  2.However, constant change and innovation can do harm to the organization if we can not adapt the organization to the innovation and changes.

  3.Innovation and change is a double-edged sword. We should quickly adjust ourselves to the innovation and change and make them better serve us.

  思路:文章主体应该是倾向于innovation的。

  (1)市场竞争激烈,只有不断创新才能持续发展,使公司在全球化的市场中生存下来

  (2)不断的创新可以降低成本,提高产品质量,吸引更多的消费者,获得更高里利润

  (3)当然,创新的成本也是比较高的,有时可能会带来一些负面影响(比如失败的可能性)但是不能因为有可能失败就不去创新。 

30 本月机经7次

  A nation should maintain a highly competitive educational system ---encourage the students to compete with each other and against students in other countries---- to ensure its own economic success.

  黄金80原题:

  “If a nation is to ensure its own economic success, it must maintain a highly competitive educational system in which students compete among themselves and against students from other countries.”

  “如果一个国家要确保它的经济成功,它必须保持有高度竞争力的教育系统,在其中学生们相互竞争,还和国外的学生进行竞争。”

  分析

  1, advantage: make students better prepared for the future competition, etc.

  2, disadvantages:very pressure and stressful

  3, a refined educational system is preferred

  提供观点:

  View1: education play a very important part in determine a nation’s economic success.

  Employees, government regulation strategies, corporate management level, technology—competitive power of products

  View2: as the development of open market and global economy, education is also required to face international challenge.

  Although sometimes competition might produce desired results such as efficiency and productivity, I still believe that our national economic success will be better promoted by an educational system that encourages cooperative learning among students, and with students from other countries.

  being competitive fixes our focus externally, on marking and beating the progress of others with whom we compete. Such external motivation can direct our attention away from creative solutions to our problems, and away from important human values like cooperation and fair play. Indeed, a highly competitive environment can foster cheating and ruthless back-stabbing within an organization, and ill-will and mistrust among nations. In the extreme case, competition between nations becomes war.


  北美范文

  I don’t think it is a good idea to design an educational system that focuses mainly on competition. For although a little competition might produce desired results, in the long run too much competition will be destructive. Instead, I believe that our national economic success will be better promoted by an educational system that encourages cooperative learning among students, and with students from other countries.

  Granted, competitiveness is an important aspect of human nature. And, properly directed, it can motivate us to reach higher and produce more, not to mention meet deadlines. But being competitive fixes our focus externally, on marking and beating the progress of others with whom we compete. Such external motivation can direct our attention away from creative solutions to our problems, and away from important human values like cooperation and fair play. Indeed, a highly competitive environment can foster cheating and ruthless back-stabbing within an organization, and ill-will and mistrust among nations. In the extreme case, competition between nations becomes war.

  On the other hand, an environment of cooperation encourages us to discover our common goals and the best ways to achieve them. At the national and international levels, our main interests are in economic wellbeing and peace. In fact, economic success means little without the security of peace. Thus, global peace becomes a powerful incentive for developing educational models of cooperative learning, and implementing exchange programs and shared research projects among universities from different countries.

  Moreover, research suggests that cooperative settings foster greater creativity and productivity than competitive ones. This has been shown to be the case both in institutions of higher learning and in business organizations. If true, it seems reasonable to argue that national economic success would be similarly tied to cooperative rather than competitive effort.

  In conclusion, competition can provide an effective stimulus to achievement and reward. Even so, I believe it would be unwise to make competition the centerpiece of our educational system. We stand to reap greater benefits, including economic ones, by encouraging cooperative learning.

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