The lecture and the reading discuss_______.The lecturer puts forward 3 points and effectively contradicts the opinions ofthe reading.
First of all, the reading says that_______.In contrast, the lecture claims that_______. By this way, the lecturecontradicts the first opinion of the reading.
Second, the reading claims that_______,while according to the lecture, this is not the case. The lecturer saysthat_______. By casting doubt on an important piece of evidence of the reading,the lecture contradicts the second claim of the reading.
Finally, the reading states that_______,while the lecture claims that_______. Thus the lecture refutes the last claimof the reading.
The lecture apparently refutes the pointsillustrated in the reading material. According to the professor, _______.On thecontrary, the reading contends an opposite stand that _______.
The first point the professor uses to castdoubt on the reading is that_______, which differs from the statement in thereading that_______.
Another evidence the speaker adopts tocontradict the passage is_______. However, the reading states that_______.
In the conclusion, the point made in thelecture contrasts with what is presented in the reading. As the professorclaims, _______ whereas the reading material holds that_______.
The reading passage contends that_______.The listening material completely refutes the reading passage. It is pointed inthe listening that_______.
First, the point, stated in the readingpassage, is that_______. In contrast, the listening passage holds the oppositeopinion and believes that_______.
Second, the reading passage contends that…… But the speaker in the listening says that_______.
Third, the author, in the reading passage,believes that_______. However, the lecturer in the listening arguesthat_______.
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