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1.The advantages far outweigh the disadvantages.
2.Like anything else, it has its faults.
3.Evidently, it has both negative and positive effects.
4.People used to think… , but things 5.It is true that A…, but the chief faults ( obvious defects) are…
1.A number of factors might contribute to / lead to /account for the phenomenon (problem).
2.The answer to this problem involves many factors.
3.The change in … largely results from the fact that …
4.The reason for this are asfollows.
5.We have good reason to believe that...
1.It benefits us quite a lot.
2.It has the followingadvantages.
1.It has more disadvantages than advantages.
2.It does us much harm.
3.It is harmful to us.
1.It is important (necessary, difficult, convenient, possible) for sb.to do sth.
2.It plays an important role in our life.
1.We should take some effective measures.
2.We should try our best to overcome(conquer) the difficulties.
3.We should do our utmost in doing sth.
4.We should solve the problems that we are confronted (faced)with.
1.Some changes have taken place in the past five years.
2.A great change will certainly be produced in the world's communications.
3.The computer has brought about many changes in education.
1.We cannot ignore the fact …
2.No one can deny the fact that…
3.There is no denying the fact that …
4.This is a phenomenon that many people are interested in.
5.However, that's not the case.
1.It has increased (decreased) from … to…
2.The population in this city has now increased (decreased) to 800,00.
3.The output of July in this factory increased by 15% compared with that of January.
1.People have / take / adopt / assume different attitudes towards sth.
2.People have different opinions on this problem.
3.People take different views of (on) the question.
4.Some people believe that… Others argue that…
1.It may give rise to a host of problems.
2.It will exercise a profound influence upon…
3.Its consequence can be so great that…
4.The immediate result it produces is…
1.Some people say…, but it does not hold water.
2.There is a grain of truth in these statements, but they ignore a more important fact.
3.Many of us have been under the illusion that…
4.Such a statement mainly rests on the assumption that…
1.Such examples might be given easily.
2. … is often cited as an example.
3.A good case in point is…
4.As an illustration, we may take…
1.From what has been discussed above, we can draw the conclusion that…
2.It is necessary that steps should be taken to…
3.To solve the above-mentioned problem, we must…
4.Taking all these into account, we…
5.It may be briefly summed up as follows.