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8 English writing college entrance examination 2011 basic sentence patterns

I. patterns 1.It has to be noticed that at the beginning ...
  2.It's generally recognized that...
  3.It's likely that ...
  4.It's hardly that...
  5.It's hardly too much to say that...
  6.As far as ...is concerned7. It goes without saying that...
  8.It can be said with certainty that...
  9.As the proverb says,10.What calls for special attention is that... Need special attention are 11. There's no denying the fact that... There is no doubt that undeniably 12. Nothing is more important than the fact that...
  13.what's far more important is that...
  II. cohesion patterns-a case in point is ...
  As is often the case...
  As stated in the previous paragraph as described in the preceding paragraph But the problem is not so simple. Therefore, however the problem is not so simple, so ... ... But it's a pity that...
  For all that... In spite of the fact that...
  Further, we hold opinion that...
  However , the difficulty lies in...
  Similarly, we should pay attention to...
  not(that)...but(that)... No, but In view of the present station. in view of the current situation, As has been mentioned above ...   All things considered, and all in all It may be safely said that ...
  Therefore, in my opinion, it's more advisable...
  From what has been discussed above, we may safely draw the conclusion that....
  The data/statistics/figures lead us to the conclusion that....
  It can be concluded from the discussion that... From which we can draw the conclusion Frommypointofview,itwouldbebetterif... It seems to me ... ... Maybe better four. sentences Let's for example take...to illustrate this. try to certify, for example let's take the above chart as an example toillustrate this.   Take ... for example.
  The same is true of....
  This offers a typical instance of....
  We may quote a common example of....
  Just think of....
  V. commonly used in introductory paragraph numbers 1. Some people think that .... To be frank, I can not agree with their opinion for the reasons below.
  2. For years, ... has been seen as ..., but things are quite different now.
  3. I believe the title statement is valid because....
  4. I cannot entirely agree with the idea that .... I believe....
  5. My argument for this view goes as follows.
  6. Along with the development of..., more and more....
  7. There is a long-running debate as to whether....
  8. It is commonly/generally/widely/ believed /held/accepted/recognized that....
  9. As far as I am concerned, I completely agree with the former/ the latter.
  10. Before giving my opinion, I think it is essential to look at the argument of both sides.
  Six common phrases and expressions of compare and contrast 1. A is completely / totally / entirely different from B.
  2. A and B are different in some/every way / respect / aspect.
  3. A and B differ in....
  4. A differs from B in....
  5. The difference between A and B is/lies in/exists in....
  6. Compared with/In contrast to/Unlike A, B....
  7. A..., on the other hand,/in contrast,/while/whereas B....
  8. While it is generally believed that A ..., I believe B....
  9. Despite their similarities, A and B are also different.
  10. Both A and B .... However, A...; on the other hand, B....
  11. The most striking difference is that A..., while B....
  Deduction of seven commonly used numbers 1. There are several reasons for..., but in general, they come down to three major ones.
  2. There are many factors that may account for..., but the following are the most typical ones.
  3. Many ways can contribute to solving this problem, but the following ones may be most effective.
  4. Generally, the advantages can be listed as follows.
  5. The reasons are as follows.
  Eight causal inference method of sentence 1. Because/Since we read the book, we have learned a lot.
  2. If we read the book, we would learn a lot.
  3. We read the book; as a result / therefore / thus / hence / consequently / for this reason / because of this, we've learned a lot.
  4. As a result of /Because of/Due to/Owing to reading the book, we've learned a lot.
  5. The cause of/reason for/overweight is eating too much.
  6. Overweight is caused by/due to/because of eating too much.
  7. The effect/consequence/result of eating too much is overweight.
  8. Eating too much causes/results in/leads to overweight.
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