2016年5月22日托福写作预测

2016-06-04 16:26编辑: 大连环球雅思人参与来自: 未知

  环球教育托福考试今天为大家带来了2016年5月22日的托福考试写作预测

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  1. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: Children are benefited in important ways by taking care of pet.

  Nowadays, more and more families are keeping pets and treating them as family members. It is not difficult to imagine how much happiness our puppies and kittens have been sharing with us. In fact, the happiness is not the only treasure that pets brought to people, especially for those who have children. This is because children could learn and benefit a lot from keeping a pet in various important ways.

  First, taking care of a pet, children will learn the difficulties that their parents have been through while bringing them up. In order to keep their pets healthy and happy, children need to food and drink them on time, to shower them regularly, to spend time playing with them everyday, and to look after them when they are sick. It seems that, to a certain extent, those responsibilities are similar to those of parents’ when taking care of their own children. Because of those similarities, children could have opportunities to “perform” parenting roles and thus learn how hard it is to be their pets’ “parents”. Once children are aware of the difficulties of being a father or mother, they will become grateful for everything that their parents have done for them, and love their families more than ever.

  Second, children will not feel lonely if they keep pets. In today’s families, especially families in big cities, more and more parents choose to have only one child. It is very likely that a child feel lonely if his or her parents are busy with their works. Admittedly, children from different families could get together and play with each other when parents are not at home. However, very few parents would allow their children to do so, because they are reluctant to take the risk that some troublemakers among those kids will accidently hurt their children. In this case, keeping a pet, such as a loyal puppy or a cute kitten, seems to be a better choice. I remember that when I was little, I had a kitten named Orange. Though Orange seemed to be indifferent to everything happening in this world, he would always love to stick to me when my parents went to work. We spent a lot of time together, reading books, watching cartoons, and drawing pictures. With Orange, I never felt lonely.

  Therefore, I think, it is not an exaggeration to say that keeping a pet could benefit kids in important ways, such as teaching children how difficult it is to be “parents”. Moreover, children will not feel lonely with their pets around, sharing each sweet moment together.

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