V3. 杉爷:“How effectively one learning is effected by the quality of other students or the quality of teachers
V4. 席栀 :issue 问你是有好同学的学习效率高还是有个好老师效率高。。。。。额。。。不知道有没有读错题。。
V5. caijia : how effectively one learn in the classroom depends more on the quality of the other students than depends on the quality of the teacher。
V6. 围裙姐姐: How effectively the ones learn depends more on the quality of the other students than the quality of teacher.我写的是其实学习是要同学老师和自己结合的，正文第一段论述老师的重要性，第二段论述同学和study group的重要性，第三段论述自己努力的重要性，毕竟内因决定事物的发展嘛~
V7. jessicasonia : the efficiency depends more on the quality of students than on the quality of teacher
14.jenniferlele :People who achieve professional goals have to sacrafice some important aspects of fulfilling personal life.
原题：No. 39 “It is difficult for people to achieve professional success without sacrificing important aspects of a fulfilling personal life.”
Discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the opinion stated above. Support your views with reasons and/or examples from your own experience, observations, or reading.
V4 by sflsjack想要达到professional success就必须牺牲掉私生活
本人写法：部分同意，但是举反例反驳 比如那些艺术家什么的 私生活和专业成就完全就是一体的嘛 比如钢琴家 一天到晚练琴也很爽啊，那就是他们自己日常生活的一部分啊，而也只有一天到晚练琴才能达到professioncy啊 所以两者是可以balance 甚至是mingle的
Are professional success and a fulfilling personal life mutually exclusive? Probably not, although it is more difficult today to achieve both.
Undeniably, today’s professionals must work long hours to keep their heads above water (keep one’s heads above water: v. 免遭灭顶之灾, 不负债), let alone to get ahead in life financially. This is especially true in Japan, where cost of living, coupled with corporate culture, compel professional males to all but (adv. 几乎, 差一点) abandon their families and literally to work themselves to death. While the situation here in the states (United States) may not be as critical, the two-income family is now the norm, not by choice but by necessity.
However, our society’s professionals are taking steps to remedy the problem. First, they are inventing ways—such as job sharing and telecommuting (远程交换,远程办公)—to ensure that personal life does not take a backseat (n. 后座, 次要位置) to career. Second, they are setting priorities and living those hours outside the workplace to the fullest. In fact, professional success usually requires the same time-management skills that are useful to find time for family, hobbies, and recreation. One need only look at the recent American presidents—Clinton, Bush, Reagan, and Carter—to see that it is possible to lead a balanced life which includes time for family, hobbies, and recreation, while immersed in a busy and successful career. Third, more professionals are changing careers to ones which allow for some degree of personal fulfillment and self-actualization (n. 自我实现,自我潜力充分发挥). Besides, many professionals truly love their work and would do it without compensation, as a hobby. For them, professional fulfillment and personal fulfillment are one and the same (n. 同一个, 完全一回事).
In conclusion, given the growing demands of career on today’s professionals, a fulfilling personal life remains possible by working smarter, by setting priorities, and by making suitable career choices.