我对发展汽车工业的看法My View on Developing the Car Industry
With the development of modern industry, more and more families are able to have their own cars. But, seeing the problems like air pollution and the reduction of resources, some people appeal for the reduction of private cars. Still, I think there is every reason for the even faster development of the car industry.
Thanks to the development of the car industry, we do not have to cram in the buses, but can enjoy free travel in our. own cars, we can go to more places in a leisure way. Transportation becomes comfortable and easy. But there are those who worry that too many cars may cause more traffic problems, serious: air pollution and the exhaustion of resources, While these problems may be true, they can be solved and some are being solved. For example, we can invent cars that: can save fuel or use other types of energy so that cars can still ＇be used even though resources run short. To reduce pollution, people have manufactured many cars without pollution. We can relieve the traffic pressure by building more and more roads or-adopt computer-monitored automated highways.
For all the contemporary problems cars bring, no one can deny the convenience cars bring us and ignore the effort We make to solve these problems. Therefore, the development of the car industry is necessary, and it should develop as quickly as possible.
关于兴建化工厂-On Building a Chemical Works
Most students of out, school, including me, think it is wrong to build a chemical works near our school. Although the works will make a lot of money for our city, we do think it will do us more harm than good.
First, the drinking water will be badly polluted. Of course, they have promised to do something to prevent the water from being polluted, but it is far from enough.
Second, the air over the city will be polluted, too. We will never be able to breathe fresh air. How can we live here any longer?
What's more, the site of the chemical works has been the only place where we students play games and have sports after school. Where would we go if it were occupied?
For the above reasons, we do hope the project will be cancelled.