①Moral corruption(A)is to the State(B)as physical disease(C)is to an individual body(D).(A之于B犹如C之于D)
②Just as woods are indispensable to birds，so is the earth to human beings.(正如…，…也如此)
③As far as personality is concerned，Tom (A) and Peter (B) have almost everything in common.(A和B有共同之处)
④My hobby (A) is similar to his (B) in that we both like collecting records，foreign and domestic. (A与B相似)
⑤As the economies of all countries are closely interrelated no country can develop in self-seclusion. The same is true of China. (The same is true of. The same can be said of... 也是如此)
①Beijing (A) is populous and crowded，while Canberra (B) is just the opposite.(A与B正相反)
②China’s condition (A) differs from ours (B) in that China has the largest population in the world. (A不同于B在于)
③While it may be true that basketball and volleyball share certain features，the excitement each arouses in the spectators is not the same.(…是不相同的)
①It seems safe to say that the advantages of marriage outweigh the disadvantages of divorce.(利大于弊)
②Perhaps nothing can rival the pleasure from reading. (…是无与伦比的)
③There could be no doubt that job-hopping has its drawbacks as well as merits.(既有优点也有缺点)
④Men (A)may be superior to women(B) in physical affairs. Yet，there is no difference in intelligence.(A优于B)
⑤People’s attitude towards drugs varies from person to person.(…是因人而异的)
①Some people argue as if it is a general truth that ，I cannot agree with them for the following reasons.. But to be frank
②According to/As can be seen in figures/statistics /the findings/data released/provided by the government/an institute， .
③There are several/many causes/reasons for this dramatic/significant growth/change/decline/increase in .
④There are no less than three advantages in as rendered below.
⑤The reasons are chiefly as follows .
⑥Another reason why I advocate the attitude of is that.
⑦Last but not least， .
⑧What is more， .
①Asia ranks first both in area and in population among the seven Continents.Europe is second to Asia in population，but in area it is the last but one.
②We all hope that a country’s population should be in proportion to its area, unfortunately the reality often goes against our will.
③A is a far larger university，being over three times as big as B.
①This picture shows ， ，as we can see in the upper half of the picture. However，the lower half of the picture shows that .. At the beginning
②As is revealed in the graph .
③As the survey results show .
④As we could find out later in this unit，his plan was not quite as he had expected.
⑤This table provides several important points of comparison between the two universities.As can be indicated in the table，the housing space for the staff of A in 1995 was 34 500 square meters，which nearly doubled the B’s corresponding figure.
①This table provides，several important points of comparison between the two key universities.
②The two graphs depict the same thing seen in two different ways. The first diagram simply records . The second graph throws a new light on .
③The key findings taken from the surveys are as follows： .
④If drivers continue to drive more carefully and further strengthen their sense of safety，the rate of accidents can be expected to decline even more dramatically in the year 1998.
①As the proverb goes，“ ”. It is quite understandable that .
②Along with the development of society more and more problems are brought to our attention，one of which is that .
③Admittedly，there are merits to both sides of the argument.
④Contrary to widely held belief，I believe that .
⑤Now，it is commonly believed /some people think that ，but I wonder whether .
①On the surface of it，this may seem to be a good solution，but if thinking again，we would point out some drawbacks.
②At first thought，it may seem to be an attractive idea，but it does not bear closer analysis when we find .
③Superficially，it seems to be a sound solution，but when carefully weighing in the mind，we find that .
④A close inspection of these arguments would reveal how flimsy they are.
⑤The undeniable deficiency in this remark is that it is negligent of the bare fact that .
⑥However，we also cannot deny that .
①One very strong argument for is that .
②It is an obvious fact that .
③One of the most important things about is that .
④A particularly notable case of this matter is .
⑤We may look into every possible reason，however，foremost reason for is .
⑥is mainly/ partly/ also responsible for the rise/increase/ decrease in .
⑦We may cite/quote/mention a single/common example of .
⑧A recent/nationwide study/survey/poll conducted/ taken at a university/ by scientists indicates/reveals/ suggests that .
⑨Of course，this will have some negative effects on .
⑩ is a case in point.
①From what has been discussed above，we may safely draw the conclusion that .
②Taking into account all these factors，we may safely reach the conclusion that .
③Judging from all evidence offered，we may safely come to the conclusion that .
④All the evidence/analysis supports a (an) sound/ unshakable/just conclusion/ view that .
①It is necessary/ essential that effective actions/ quick steps/ proper measures should be taken to prevent the situation/ correct tendency / end phenomenon.
②There is little doubt that serious/ considerable/ special attention must be called /paid /devoted to the problem /shortage of .
③It is high time that we placed/put great/special/considerable emphasis on theimprovement/ development /increase of .
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