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2019苏州高考模拟英语作文 赞成或反对emojis流行的现象

时间:2019-02-19 20:30  作者:Edmond  来源:www.2abc8.com

 With the development of technology, various means of communication have entered our lives. Data engineer and NYU teacher Fred Benenson raised over $3,500 online to fund his translation of MobyDick into emojis­titled “Emoji Dick”. He hired helpers and translated the 200,000­word classic completely into pictures. In February of 2013, the Library of Congress welcomed it as the first ever emoji book in its collection.
Here's the first sentence, “Call me Ishmael.”

2019苏州高考模拟英语作文 赞成或反对emojis流行的现象

In 2017, a survey was conducted involving 40,000 Internet users and found that 82 percent of them used emojis in their conversations; 83 percent said that “happiness” and “smiley face” are the two emojis they use most; 57 percent said that they would rather use emojis than words.
2019苏州高考模拟英语作文 赞成或反对emojis流行的现象

【写作内容】 1. 用约30个词概括上述内容。2. 谈谈你的观点,内容包括:(1) 赞成或反对emojis流行的现象;(2) 用2~3个理由或论据支撑你的看法。
【写作要求】 1. 写作过程中不能直接引用原文语句。2. 作文中不能出现真实姓名和学校名称。3. 不必写标题。
【评分标准】 内容完整,语言规范,语篇连贯,词数适当。

 
Possible version one:
Emojis have found their way into our phones, computers and lives. They have become so trendy that someone even translated an English classic into an emoji version, which was accepted by a library.
I think the use of emojis is probably the start of an exciting new era in communication and we should welcome it. When I send messages to my friends, emojis are necessary parts. I often use emojis to emphasize something, or to soften the tone. I find these “picture words” very helpful, for they can bring out my meaning and real intention much better and faster in written context than I ever could using just words. They are to written texts what facial expressions are to face­to­face interactions. Without emojis, you could easily run into misunderstanding. Emojis facilitate efficient communications.
Emojis are useful therefore inevitable. So stop being cynical and come join us in embracing the future.
Possible version two:
Emojis have found their way into our phones, computers and lives. They have become so trendy that someone even translated an English classic into an emoji version, which was accepted by a library.
Despite the seemingly wide appeal of emojis, I think emojis are ruining the English language. Emojis do offer a short cut to communication; with a tiny, cute picture you might save the painful efforts of wording. However, no pains no gains. This ease and comfort emojis offer may well lead to laziness and in the long run, undermine our ability of proper grammar and spelling, even resulting in illiteracy, with younger generations especially at stake. Emojis may seem funky but are sure informal. You should never hesitate to avoid them in formal context.
Therefore, we should limit the use of emojis in our communication. Young people should be warned against the danger emojis might bring to them.

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