大作文话题类型：1. 抽象品质; 2. 社会现象类 3. 社会问题类
预测话题包括：1. 网络类(网购、微博、微信等新现象);2. 抽象品质类(梦想与行动、创新、 诚信等)3. 环境类(节约型社会、交通状况、动物/资源保护等)4. 社会现象类(剽窃，明星代言、真人秀等)
What is subtly demonstrated in the above drawing is that in front of a desktop sits a fashionable lady who is staring at the screen with shocked expression wearing on cheeks and huge sweat dropping from her forehead. What is spit from the computer is the lengthy Alipay bill, which can almost be spread as long as two meters. The caption above reads that you should keep away from Taobao and cherish your income.
The objective of the drawer is to show us that utmost attention should be paid to shopping online, which has exerted profound impact on the daily life of the average individuals. We can easily recognize its advantages: e-commerce, which is extremely convenient, can save us a great amount of precious time and we can buy products everywhere we want as long as we can surf online. However, for all the advantages mentioned above, online trading is by no means without its limitations: we may be cheated by some online retailers, which might be a potential threat to our bank accounts.
Accordingly, it is imperative for us to take drastic measures. For one thing, we should appeal to the authorities to make strict legislations to severely punish those who deliberately spoil the interests of online customers. For another, we should enhance the awareness of residents that rational purchasing is conducive to our income management. Only in this way can we maximize the merits and minimize the demerits of online purchasing.
Wise people used to say that taking actions is of utmost significance in our daily life. This is most vividly illustrated in the given picture, which shows that two young boys both holding guitar are playing different life situations. The boy on the left is daydreaming about the day he gives a perfect concert and is admired by all the fans, while the boy on the right is practicing the guitar and singing skill persistently.
Studying it further, it is easy to figure out that taking actions is the only way to fulfill our dream. Our country, for example, has developed rapidly in terms of economy and science and technology. We have accomplished in about two decades what other emerging countries used to achieve in a century. There is no denying that it is the perseverance and taking actions that really realize the promise they made. If you never take action to do something, you will never have a chance to win. For example, a great number of students choose to take part in the National Entrance Exam for master’s degree. However, those who dreamed of becoming the postgraduates without taking any actions are even tremble at the thought of taking the exam, most of whom are escaping the classroom when the first exam is over.
In a word, I believe, just like Forrest Gump said, “Life is like a box of chocolates：you never know what you’re gonna get. ” Unless you have the awareness that action speaks louder than the word.
What is conspicuously presented in the drawing above is a humorous (interesting/ satirical/ harmonious) scene, in which two people are trapped in two large tanks respectively. The most striking feature of the cartoon is the fact that one man, with a swim ring on his neck, struggled to get out of the tank by swimming but failed, while another person on the right chose to break the tank to solve the problem finally. Given its profound social implication (consequences), the phenomenon is well worth our endeavor to explore.
By drawing this cartoon, the author reminds us that due attention should be paid to the significance / importance of innovation, an element which plays an important role in our study and life. Looking around the world, what we are employing, experiencing, and desiring for are from those brilliant ideas. It’s the innovation that steers our society into progressive phases. As good innovators, they will not accept that there is only one way to do anything, rather than search for alternate courses, which may prove easier in the long run and be bound to be more practical. Numerous instances can be given to illustrate the importance of this spirit, from the discovery of Penicillin to the presumption of Universal Gravitation, even from the invention of one appliance to the launch of a spacecraft.
As a consequence, innovation consciousness is badly needed in every aspect of our society. In order to bring out this potential ability, our education system is supposed to be reformed fundamentally, focusing on cultivating inventive mind among elementary students. In addition, those relevant department should form a range of reasonable premium systems and other incentives to encourage and stimulate more people put their wise into reality. In brief, if one person or a nation would like to make continuous improvement, they should bear in mind that only the spirit of innovation can ensure the best prosperity.
(Common as it is, the above picture has deep implication). As is vividly shown in the cartoon, at least five patients are staying in one hospital who are injured because of jay-walking, driving after drinking and disregarding of the laws. If we take a closer watch, it is of little difficulty to find that one police is patiently explicating the traffic laws to one injured person, sitting at a wheel chair which is pushed by one nurse.
There is no doubt that it describes a common phenomenon in our society that traffic problems are increasingly severe. What might trigger this affair? (For my part, the following two are of utmost importance.) For one part, the general public have failed to realize the importance of abiding by the traffic regulations and laws(and a big deal of the attention have been distracted by the so-called“great affair”). Once some drivers easily disregard the traffic signals, so do other drivers who intend to obey the laws. Moreover, the current state of affairs depicted in the drawing, may have been encouraged, though not justified, by the lack of severe legal penalty. If someone does disorderly parking or drive under the influence of alcohol, the punishment is not so harsh that the drivers could afford to learn a heavy lesson from the fine. (If we let this situation continue as it is, ultimately, our society will suffer a great destruction.)
It is advisable for us to take steps to reverse this current evil trend. On one hand, we should cultivate the awareness of people that everyone needs to reflect on his or her uncivilized conducts and strengthen his self-discipline. On the other hand, it is high time that more severe and sound laws and regulations should be introduced to harness and curb this matter. Only in this way, can we crack the hard nut and embrace a bright future.
A thought-provoking dialogue between the mother elephant and her own child appears in the first picture. Having growing his teeth, the young elephant is eager to share the exciting news with his mother. However, after repeating his words several times, there is still no response coming from the mother. Meanwhile, the attractive caption in the second photo reads: no trade, no kill.
The above pictures unveil a hazard posed to wildlife due to the expanding scale of world commercial hunting. At least two fundamental factors could contribute to this phenomenon. The industry of commercial hunting have undergone a booming expansion (along with the growing public awareness of the merits of wildlife, which makes/), making hunting unusually profitable. Worse still, lacking knowledge regarding the significance of ecological balance, some people take the gun to chase animals insatiably (and thus cause a severe threat to all life in the world). Apparently, this trend will surely in turn endanger humankind in the long run.
(On no account should we turn a blind eye to such things.//All these factors above make it crucial to take drastic measures to protect the wildlife.) Accordingly, governments all over the world are supposed to unite to work out effective measures against commercial hunting. Additionally, people should be educated from childhood to cultivate the awareness that we and the rare wild animals share the same precious planet. I do believe a harmonious relationship between the wildlife and human beings is awaiting us if we make every effort to promote wildlife protection both nationally and internationally.
The drawing does mirror a common social phenomenon and is really thought-provoking. According to the above photo, a couple of elephants are walking forward slowly while the young elephant says to his mother, “Mom, my tusks start to grow up!
But mom, why aren’t you happy about that?” What is conveyed carries the message of the human’s threat on the wild animals by catching and killing.
A host of reasons may make this happen. To start with, an army of hunters have been killing rare wild animals just to make huge profits. That is the very reason why the mother elephant does not glad to hear that her son’s ivory growing. Another significant cause of the rapid reduction of wildlife is the disappearance of their natural habitats. Because of the fast advancing of urbanization, animals are forced to give up their original places and move to another site which may not be as good as before.
Accordingly, it is imperative for us to take drastic and effective measures to protect the wildlife. On the one hand, we can appeal to the government to make some strict laws to prevent them from being caught and killed. On another level, we must enhance citizen's awareness that loving the nature is everybody's responsibility. Only through these measures are we able to have opportunities to expect a beautiful world and a promising prospect to come.
What is explicitly demonstrated in the above caricature is that there sits an individual by the river bank, fully equipped with a protective mask, who is fishing in the acid rain with an umbrella in his right hand. It is not difficult to notice that what he got from the highly polluted river is a fishbone rather than a real one and noxious gases are pouring into the sky continuously which is already dusky.
What might trigger this phenomenon? Previously, it is widely admitted that the authorities concerned have failed to enact strict legislations and regulations to curb environmental detriment, which has exerted negative impact on the daily life of the average folks. Simultaneously, there is no denying that citizens lack of awareness of protecting the surroundings we are living in, which are vital to us. Ultimately, another contributory factor to this situation is that some folks are tempted by the economic motivation so that they put the environment at risk. .
Accordingly, it is imperative for us to take drastic measures to reverse this disturbing trend. To begin with, relevant laws should be made to severely punish those who deliberately destruct the environment. In addition, the awareness of the public should be cultivated that guarding the circumstance we are dwelling in is protecting our own homeland. Only by enforcing these actions, can we effectively, efficiently and eventually crack this hard nut and embrace a promising community.
What is vividly revealed in the picture is that water is being reused in daily life at home. After washing rice, the water can be used to wash vegetables and then clean the mop and the toilet. What a harmonious scene it is!
It is not difficult to find that what the picture intends to express is the importance of saving and protecting resources. On the one hand, as we all know, water resource is limited and water shortage is still a serious problem threatening the existence and survival of the whole human being. On the other hand, the phenomenon of wasting water can still be easily found anywhere in our daily life. For example, water taps are frequently left on by careless users. Someone even assumes that they have the right to waste water because they pay for it o that it has nothing to do with others. In fact, so precious water is that we cannot afford to waste it. Water resource is not only indispensable in our daily life but also in the industry and agriculture. It is hard to imagine what the world would be like when there I is no more water.
It is fortunate that now the public is starting to pay attention. But, this is not adequate. As is shown in the above picture, what we need is more actions to save and protect resources! First of all, social environment is shaped by the general public, and the cultivation of conservation-minded society depends on the active involvement of every member of our society, be he old or young. Accordingly, an education campaign should be launched to call on people from all walks of life to save and protect resources. In addition, saving and protecting resources is bound up with our daily life. We, college students, should spare no efforts to save valuable energy and natural resources such as power, water, coal, gas and so on. Only by the joint efforts of the whole society can we create a real conservation-minded society.
Emerging from the cartoon is an eye-catching scene that a professor-like man is trying to plagiarize others' research results without doing any real experiment, while he doesn't feel any guilty about what he has done. Apparently, this drawing reveals the phenomenon of scholar dishonest.
Theoretically, several reasons could trigger this "unhealthy" conduct if our authorities concerned don't pay enough attention to it. To begin with, a host of intellectuals have a growing respect on the so-called "big event" while ignoring the value of doing academic research. Therefore, people would no longer believe what the scientists say. Since scientists are noble elites of society, then the credibility of the whole society would deteriorate and collapse if their words are unreliable. To continue, any behavior has its economic motivation, so does the performance of the character in this drawing. Chasing the higher position in university, scholars have been manipulated by "false hope" and money, since the way of "plagiarism ", all other factors being equal, can be the short-cut way to be superior in life. Consequently, no issue stands as critical to building up intellectual honesty as eliminating academic plagiarism.
It is, accordingly, imperative for us to take certain steps to reverse this evil trend. Of all steps, to appeal to law might be the efficient way, and maybe the last way to punish those who fail to obey the code of the academic conducts. After all, this world still need more space for the "real" scholar.
As is clearly presented in the drawing above, a famous star is making advertisement for a product, but she just concentrates on the money of the businessman instead of the quality of the product. There is no doubt that its symbolic meaning subtly conveyed should be given deep consideration.
Studying it further, we may find that what the picture intends to mirror is the significance of social responsibility and honesty. But it is apparent that the famous star in the above picture lacks basic social responsibilities and honesty, which will lead to extremely harmful consequence. Since famous stars are often regarded as role models and have greater influence than other people, if they are money-oriented and conduct irresponsible deeds, they will cause greater negative impacts on our society. On the one hand, if the product advertised by them is unqualified, it will endanger the health of people. On the other hand, it is extremely detrimental to the construction of harmonious society and honest society, which requires that everyone in the society should be honest and take responsibility.
The problem is evident, and what seems crucial and urgent is to find out approaches to solve it .First of all, the society should introduce the idea of social responsibility and honesty into the young’s brains from the time when they are children. This can be achieved through the education in schools or in families. In addition, the current state of affairs may have been encouraged ----though not justified ----by the lack of legal penalty. Therefore, if necessary, some laws or regulations should be laid down to punish the famous stars and businessmen who deliberately make false advertisements. Only by doing so, can we create a harmonious living environment.
What emerges into our sights is a familiar yet far-reaching picture that there are a wide range of reality shows in front of a middle-aged man who, half lying on the sofa, is swinging a remote device in his hand with a confused face, wondering which one is the best to choose.
The meaning revealed by the picture is that reality shows have hit into our common cultural market. On the one hand, not only does this sort of consumer culture drives the improvement of cultural industry, but also it exerts a strong influence on our daily life, such as being informed of local customs and folklore from place to place, relieving the pressure derived from our working class’ regular work and so on. On the other hand, it is the wide spread of this form of entertainment that makes it difficult to present the real, cultural contents but only stays in the half-hearted nature. What’s worse, what the increasing imitative behaviors brings about, to a new high, is the national over-consumption.
As for me, the type of reality shows is a special product of the economic and social development that produces more benefits but less adverse impact. However, it is imperative for us, common people, to take a rational yet responsible attitude to the life we lead, especially the kind of activity we are obsessed with.