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淘金大学英语6级写作范文背诵100篇:Topic 1

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[00:08.28]My View on the Lights Out in Colleges

[00:12.08]Lights-out, as a widely accepted tradition in Chinese universities,

[00:18.25]has been practiced in students' dormitories for many years.

[00:22.61]Students are required to go to bed at a certain time

[00:26.84]and the electricity is cut off during the sleeping hours.

[00:31.07]However, controversy about this policy arises.

[00:35.25]Many people believe that it helps to fix the students'

[00:39.43]sleeping time and guarantee their adequate rest.

[00:42.42]Nevertheless, the opposing voice,

[00:45.22]mainly from the students, can be heard.

[00:47.64]They complain that

[00:49.30]the policy interrupts their plans for study during the night.

[00:53.13]And since they are the ones that pay the electricity bills,

[00:57.29]they should have the freedom to decide

[00:58.70]when to use the electricity.

[01:01.28]For my part,

[01:02.71]I do believe that lights-out is necessary for college students.

[01:06.75]Adult as the students are,

[01:09.24]they still need some help in managing their time and life.

[01:13.78]Of course, for students who do need more hours for study,

[01:18.01]perhaps a room with 24-hour electricity supply can be set aside

[01:23.05]in every dorm building to meet that certain need.


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