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Issue 38 - Issue 38: In the age of television, reading...

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Issue 38: In the age of television, reading books is not as important as it once was. People can learn as much by watching television as they can by reading books. s as a way of learning. ! S serve better than books as a means of entertainment. remain the most effective way to acquire knowledge and information s 1.s 1) ! S 2) ! ―― 3 VW 2. ! ,s academic field, f , s 3. V W 1) ! S , s 2)s 3) f s :s ,s ,s . s A recent survey points that, in the age of television, an individual spends nearly four hours a day on this illuminant box on average. How incredible it is! TV has been an important friend and company for human beings. So some people claim that people can learn as much by watching television as they can by reading books. I partially agree with the author that reading books is not as important as it once was. While, I insist that, actually, book is also indispensable today. Its function cannot be totally replaced by television and, as a result, it should never be overlooked. Admittedly, television is nearly the most efficient and powerful tool to communicate information and knowledge, playing a significant role in daily life, so under some circumstance, it can replace the book. Firstly,
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