文章来源：华樱出国 发布时间：2017年10月23日 点击数： 次
The reading/passage and the listening/lecture both talk about Topic/Subject. However, the speaker/lecturer/professor considers/thinks that what the reading/passage suggests is quite/very/pretty different from the ideas in the listening and even erroneous/misleading when compared to the reality.
First/To start with/To begin with, in the reading/passage, it is said that 阅读观点1. In contrast, the listening/lecturer/professor holds a view that 听力反驳观点1. That is, 听力论证细节. This directly contradicts what the reading/passage/author indicates.
Second/On the other hand/Next, the passage/reading/author asserts/claims that 阅读观点2. However, the professor/speaker/lecturer/listening maintains an opposite opinion that 听力反驳观点2. To state it more clearly, 听力论证细节. This is another part where the listening/speaker/lecturer/professor contravenes the argument in the reading.
Third/Finally/At last, the author of reading passage believes that 阅读观点3, but the professor disagrees with/ refutes/rejects such idea by pointing out that 听力反驳观点3. 听力论证细节. Therefore/As a result/Consequently, the last opinion in the reading is kind of wrong again.
The lecture is mainly discussing 听力Topic by providing three strong/reasonable reasons/evidences/theories, challenging what are stated in the reading passage that 阅读Topic.
First of all, the speaker thinks that 听力反驳观点1. 听力论证细节. In contrast, the reading passage believes that 阅读观点1. So, the lecture totally disagrees with the view made in the reading.
Second, the speaker discusses 听力反驳观点2. 听力论证细节. These statements contradict what is stated in the reading that 阅读反驳观点2.
Finally, the speakers raises the issue that 听力反驳观点3. 听力论证细节. This point disagrees with the point that 阅读观点3 demonstrated in the reading.
It is not hard to find that some serious doubt has been cast by the lecture on the information in the reading passage. Whereas the reading passage seems to be in favor of 阅读Topic, the lecture apparently contradicts it by stressing 听力Topic.
In order to support his/her view in the listening, the professor claims that 听力反驳观点1. That is,听力论证细节. His / Her second point is perhaps more enlightening: 听力反驳观点2. To state it more clearly, 听力论证细节. Finally, the most important argument the professor presents is that 听力反驳观点3. 听力论证细节. Obviously, these ideas dispute the main points in the reading passage.
Turning to the reading passage, the author first 阅读观点1 to support 阅读Topic. Then, he/she expands with 阅读观点2 and continues with 阅读观点3, which seems to make his/her argument plausible.
In conclusion, the lecture shows an attempt to look at the issue from a totally new perspective that is somehow overlooked by the reading passage.