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<Q1>

TS: There are __, but among these/them I think __ is the most _adj._
one.
SS: The reason is pretty simple/straightforward, __.
Details: For example/I remember that __.

<Q2>
TS: I think __ is definitely a better choice for me.
SS: The problem/reason is that __.
Details: Let me give you an example, __.

<Q3>
The university is planning to __ because __. In addition, they think
that __.
However, the man/woman disagrees with this idea/doesnt like the
plan.
He/She feels that __. Besides, he/she believes that __.

The student is proposing to __.

<Q4>

The professor is talking about a concept called __, which refers to


the
phenomenon/idea that __.
And he/she gives us 2 examples to illustrate this concept.
In the first case, __. So this demonstrates how __ works.
In the second example, __. Again, __ can be easily
observed/presented here.

So this demonstrates how __ works/Again


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<Q5>

The man/woman has some difficulties __ because __.


There are 2 solutions mentioned in the conversation.
The man/woman can __, or he/she can __.
If I were the man/woman, I would definitely choose __.
Speaking of the reasons, first, __. In addition, __.

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<Q6>

The professor is talking about 2 different __ that __.


The first one is __. For example, __.
The second one is __. For example, __.

The issue of whether ___ is a complex and controversial one. Some


people
assert that ___, while others believe that ___. People usually hold
different
views due to their respective angles. Therefore, there is not a
uniform answer
to this question. Actually, the final judgment should rely on a case-
by-case
analysis. In my opinion, however, I agree that ___. My view will be
greatly
substantiated in the following discussions.

The first argument that can be presented to illustrate my position is


that __.
Under this circumstance, it is obvious that __.

In addition, another reason for me to choose this statement is that


__.
Hence, another equally important advantage of () is self-
demonstrated.

Admittedly, there is no denying that ___ in some conditions. As we


know, ___.
When the advantages and disadvantages of () are carefully
compared,
the most striking conclusion is obvious that ().

Consequently, given the reasons discussed above, which are based


on adequate
justification, we may safely arrive at the conclusion that (
).

In this set of materials, the author of the passage and the lecturer
are
both discussing ___. However, they respond in the opposite to the
issue of
__. The three different points of view between the two parties are
presented
as follows.

First of all, the lecturer argues that __. In the lecturer's opinion,
__ is __. Although the author of the passage claims that __, the
lecturer
asserts that __.

In the second place, the lecturer goes further to make a point that
__.
Though the article states that __, he/she indicates that __. Therefore,
the
lecturer concludes that __.

Finally, the lecturer opposes the writer's standpoint by highlighting


that __. While the article proposes that __, the speaker points out
that __.
In order to establish a solid and concrete statement, the lecturer
convinces
us of the evidence that __.

In conclusion, based on the evidence provided, the lecturer refutes


the
perspectives made in the reading materials.