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          2017年大众英语五级测验足彩投注稳赢教程预测提早训练题(3)[1]

          2017-04-21 16:22 泉源足彩投注:网络综合
          PETS网威望公布2017年大众英语五级测验足彩投注稳赢教程预测提早训练题(3)足彩,足彩统计2017年大众英语五级测验足彩投注稳赢教程预测提早训练题(3)相干信息请拜访大众英语品级测验网比例统计足彩投注足彩投注。

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          For most of us today, television is our main source of news. According to a questionnaire on the way of getting news ,nearly 72 percent of the people watch TV, and only 12 percent read newspapers for daily news. Although television news excels in bringing into our living room dramatic events of singular importance, space craft launchings, natural disasters, record-breaking sports events, presidential inaugurations, wars, murders and so on, it cannot cover important stories in the depth they may deserve because of its time limitations. Regardless of the complexity or significance of an event, it some how must be fitted into a prescribed number of minutes. On the other hand, while the newspaper cannot compete with television visually, for example, a war is often best communicated by pictures, not words, it may beat its rival with amore in-depth version of the event. Free of time restrictions imposed on television news, a newspaper can devote as much space to a story as it sees fit, and flesh it out with more vivid details.

          Furthermore, television by nature is a passive medium, for it deprives viewers of the freedom of selection. Whether you like or dislike a particular piece of news, all you have to do is sit in front of the tube and let it happen and follow its space passively. But by reading newspapers, you can select the most interesting news, and skip what you think is irrelevant and dull; you can read in detail or briefly. Besides, watching television involves little mental activity. A constant diet of television journalism contributes to the rise in new illiteracy ,and the decline in general intellectual skills such as reading and writing. In contrast to television news, the print media encourage active involvement in what’s being reported. The readers have to make greater efforts than TV viewers to follow and absorb the stories. But they acquire more than information and news. Reading requires high level of mental involvement,