大作文：In some countries, some criminal trials in the court are shown on the TV and the general public can watch them. Do you think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?
The table shows proportion of staffs who finished the study in university in five countries in the year of 1999.
France 75% 80% 68%
Norway 82% 85% 80%
Sweden 70% 65% 73%
Germany 63% 70% 55%
Netherlands 55% 60% 64%
注意：1. 静态图，注意大小排序;2.注意时间为1999年，选用过去时;3. 图表中的数据不需要都提及，注意数据的整合。
(1) It is clear from the chart given that .....was the most….
(2) The largest proportion of… was actually seen in…, with +数据
(3) The remaining countries saw a completely different pattern as describe above.
Task 2 犯罪类话题
On the one hand, I have to concede that the broadcast of the trial on TV could exert certain implication in a negative way. By that I mean too much exposure to criminal details could contribute to the rise of criminal rate, because some people, especially teenagers, may imitate the criminal behaviors shown on TV. However, I would argue that such concern could be effectively controlled by giving appropriate parental guidance.
On the other hand, we can never undervalue the potential benefits brought by this policy. For a start, this action could have a deterrent effect on those who intend to commit crimes. To be more precisely, they would give up their evil thoughts after seeing what will probably happen to them if they break the laws. An additional advantage, from my own perspective, is to raise lawful awareness among the public. In daily life, we often hear some stories, telling us how an old man was deceived by fraud and thus beard economic losses, as a result of shortage of lawful knowledge. Programs of the trial on the mass media can draw people’s attention and gradually enable them to gain knowledge in the law and regulations, thus preventing them from criminal activities.