Essay 46 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
Many people have said that not everything that is learned is contained in books, while many people also say that we get most of our knowledge from books. In my point of view, the latter one is as important as, if not more important than the former one,


Although not everything is contained in books, we have to learn most of the things in books. Among countless reasons, which influence the former one, I explore the most conspicuous aspects as follows:
The main reason I agree with the argument is that knowledge contained in books is systematic. As we know, almost all the books are the children of the marriage of the author’s thought with the real world. In order to express themselves, they surely use a very systematic structure to form a book, which have a specific note of their thought and experiences. With the systematic structure, we can learn things gradually, by our own pace and we need not to worry that if we had miss some of the important details because systematic structure never drop the essential points. What we only need to do is follow the instructions directed by the author and grasps the content by our consideration.
There is another reason that deserve some words here, however, is that learning by reading books is an efficient way of accumulating knowledge. In ancient world, no books existed, and people should realize the world by exploring everything by themselves. This method apparently takes too much time and energy. But with the ready-made knowledge provided by the books put in front of us, why not take on it directly? It will save us a lot of time to take advantages of others’ thought and experiences than we explore them by ourselves.
It would not be too kindly disposed to the idea that not learning knowledge in books is not important. Of course, gaining knowledge from experience is not without advantages. Because experiencing the life by oneself would be more impressive and could affect you for a lifetime. Such examples are not rate in our personal life.
In a word, to choose way of gaining knowledge is something of a dilemma to public because they sometimes are confused by the seemingly good qualities of learning by experiences, but neglect the most genuinely good aspect of learning by reading. For the reasons presented above, I strongly commit to the notion to by reading, not by
experiences.
Essay 47 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
Upon the question that which source is more important? Knowledge gained from experience or from books? People may have different opinions. Admittedly, both of them have advantages and disadvantages, and they are both important. The undeniable fact is that □ot everything that is learned is contained in books. ?If someone who wants to know how to swim or drive just reads through books but never experiences himself, he can learn nothing in the end. This example can tell us how important it is to gain knowledge from experience. But as for me, a college student, I would say, gaining knowledge from books is more important. There are three reasons support my point of view.
The main reason for my propensity for gaining knowledge from books is that, some knowledge can never be learned from experience. As we all know, some knowledge is recorded by scientists or people from ancient times to present, from home and abroad. They are the symbol of wisdom. We can say, books are not only excellent source for us to know about the past, but also excellent source for us to know what is happening in the world today, and what is probably going on in the future. Without books, how can we gain the precious knowledge from our forefathers ? Without books, how can we know one thing or two about the outer space? Obviously, it is impossible to know that from experience.
A more personal reason why I think knowledge from books is a more important source is that it is not only a broader source, but also, it is an efficient way to learn. Gaining knowledge from books can save us a lot of time and energy. As a college student, it is not necessary to test every theory in one’s own experience; and it is not necessary to get involved in explaining every phenomenon you meet by your own experience. Just look into your books! The knowledge from books can help you understand them more quickly and even better!
The last but not the least reason, knowledge gained from experience is relatively limited when compared with knowledge gained from books. Our life is limited. Time waits for no man. So, if we want to learn more, reading books is a better way! Through reading books, we will better develop our personality and our moral integrity, above all, enrich our own knowledge!
As I stated above, if you want to explore the mysteries in the treasure house of knowledge, pick up your books, and you will find the way!
Essay 48 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
When we are on the way to learn something, both books and experience are very essential
resources. Experience is the most direct and efficient way to gain knowledge. Since the world is so mysterious that a lot of phenomenon seemed natural cannot be explained, and society is so complex that we may easily judge things merely according to our imagination, experience engaged in some certain activity, doing research on physics and running companies in markets, for example, are really necessary. In such cases, experience does give us a hand to gain much more knowledge beyond our scope.
However, books are sometimes indispensable. Books can be divided into two kinds. One is basic knowledge, which is the fundament for further study, especially when we are young, not capable enough to do things demanding practice and mature enough to decide or judge things in the right way. The other is special knowledge and theoretical explanation in certain fields, such as pharmacy, embryology; when we need it sometimes, we have to learn from books, for our common sense not come in handy.
Although both experience and books can help us, as always, be on the right track, they may sometimes lead us to receive wrong information. Because our experiences are gained from our direct observation, it is inevitable mixed with some our subjectivity, which, not surprisingly lead to wrong understanding of something. And books, such as stocking guided books, may do little to reduce investment risk, or even mislead people, considering what the financial future holds can no be predicted with certainty.
No person can claim that he is able to learn everything only through experience or only from books. The way to learn is relatively different varying from periods to periods, occupation to occupation, individual to individual. we can choose the most appropriate way in accordance with our own situation
Essay 49 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
The brain is a large center for the storage of knowledge. Our brain’s capability of responding to the external world is based on our knowledge. We acquire this knowledge from books or through experience. Although these are not the only ones, they are the fundamental sources of knowledge. To gain knowledge from a book, one has to read the book, comprehend it, and memorize it, while in experience; everything is connected to practice and memory. But generally they both are ways of acquiring knowledge and also, they both can be used effectively depending on the user’s capability of understanding. Based on this I support that gaining knowledge from books is better.
Books are the works of writers. They are written with full compliance with established laws. When writers write, they would not include matters that are irregular and which sometimes deviate from the laws until an explanation with detailed proof is given. But in experience, one can get quite acquainted with abnormal matters with abnormal matters, which would likely be excluded from books. In experience proof is almost irrelevant. A person who observes something to be true many times, he would conclude that it is true without proof.
The difference between knowledge gained from experience and knowledge gained from books can be clearly shown by looking at their time consumption. Authors have specific knowledge of the subject matter. Therefore the content of these books has been refined and is highly accurate. As a result, acquiring knowledge from books requires relatively small time. But in experience, knowledge is gained through trial and error. This is highly time consuming since a person has to start all over again when he/she finds his/her knowledge to be inaccurate.
In my opinion books are more important sources of knowledge than experience because they are less likely to be inaccurate (because they are proven) and require less time.
Books avoid that risk that would be taken to gain knowledge from trial and error (experience). Although confined to basic laws, for those who comprehend well, books could give clues to those matters that are undefined.
Essay 50 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
There is a saying that □ot everything that is learned is contained in books. ?I cannot agree with it more. We should not ignore resources of knowledge other than books, such as experience.
First of all, experience teaches us much knowledge which rarely appears in books. For example, no books teach us how to drive cars. Most people learn driving by practice under the guidance of experienced drivers, and only by practicing himself, can one really learn how to drive. Perhaps there are some books teaching driving, but people can hardly learn driving by merely reading manuals, as people can hardly learn swimming without jumping into the water.
Secondly, only from experience can people explore throughout the unknowns and gain new knowledge. Knowledge on the first book comes from nowhere but experience. Franklin discovered the electricity by his kit, Magellan found that the earth is spherical by sailing. People find new knowledge from experience and write them into books. It is in this way that human-being explore the world generation by generation.
However, I am not saying that knowledge from book is non-sense. Books are the most available and most effective methods to gain knowledge. People learn knowledge from books without painfully exploring the world himself, this is the value of books. But nowadays there is a harmful thought that all knowledge can be found on books, and people need not experience by himself. So it is worthy pointing out that, knowledge from experience is as important as, if not more important than those from books.
Essay 51 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
□ ot everything is contained in books. ?Books can provide a lot of information but they
cannot teach people what real life experiences can teach. On the other hand life experiences cannot teach us what books can. Real life experiences have advantages and disadvantages as well as books do.
Books have existed even before our existence in this world. They are the best source of knowledge. They help us learn about the past and present. Books aid us in learning about latest discoveries and inventions. I had a history project and I did not know where to get information because I did not exist in those times. I went to the library and found so much information in books, which I had never known. I learned so much and increased my knowledge. Although books have loads of advantages, they also have disadvantages. Books can give us information but they can never give us real life feelings. My friend read in a book about a man who died in mountain climbing. She did not feel any emotions and learned nothing because it had never happened with her. Books can give us all we need but they cannot teach us how to live in this world.
In contrast, real life experiences teach us how to live and how to deal with situations. I had a very close friend who I had known for more than 3 years. We shared everything and never told anyone anything. But when she made new friends, she went and told all my secrets to them. That is when I learned that no one in this world can be a true friend expect our parents and our brothers and sisters. Real life experiences instruct people and help us decide what is wrong and right. Although real life experiences can aid us, they can also discourage us. When my cousin’s 5 year old sister died, she totally broke apart. She totally went mad and now is in the hospital for treatment. Experiencing events can be dangerous but also beneficial because they can be guidance.
I am in favor of real life experiences because they can help build up a person’s character. When my friend betrayed me, I learned not to share my deep feelings with anyone. Although I was hurt, but I also learned a lesson that I could never have learned in books since it was just a piece of writing. Real life experiences have always taught me how live in this life while books have not.
No matter how informative a source is, it cannot be as useful as real life experiences. Books can be good teachers but they are not as good as real life experiences because books cannot help us see the reality while real life experiences can.
Essay 52 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
Though certainly the books provide one a wide range of information even from the area the experience of his life would never reach, once he tries to manage something in practice depending on the information gained only from books, he will note that they are not a source of the perfect information.
For example, suppose that we had 20 books which teach us how to cook Japanese dishes
and we decided to make a Sushi roll. The books will be very useful because they indicate what we have to buy and what kind of procedures we should take. Even in case we never had seen Sushi nor the process of cooking, some books would should them in their pictures. We do not have to memorize each information because with those books we would always be able to review it.
However, what will happen if we had never eaten Sushi? Some professional chef might be able to imagine how it could taste by the information of the books, but even in that case he would not know how delicious it would be nor how good Sushi should taste. The majority of authors of those books write depending on their own experience and they definitively should have not imagined what kind of difficulties could occur if a Nigerian Chef try to make a Sushi roll with the African rice which is drier and smells stronger than Japanese rice. Without an experience of making it with a teacher, one would never learn how strongly one should give the pressure as rolling it.
In conclusion, the information of books is not complete. They are useful as reference because they provide the basic information that everybody look for and also details that other person investigated or experienced which you might not obtain only by your experience, whereas you cannot totally depend on their information when you intend to gain knowledge.
Essay 53 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
□ ot everything that is learned is contained in books? That is the true statement. We can learn a lot from the books, but we still have another way to learn, that is the experience in the life. And each way you learn play other important part in your life.
Everything that you learn form the books is theory. Theory is just the conceptions, definitions or even some saying from someone. With theory, you can have the basic information about some problems. And you can figure out the way to solve the problems in your mind right away. But when you do it, that will be the big difference, because:
□ aying and doing are two things. ?
Practicing means you have to do, you have to solve the problems by your hands, and that is not as easy as saying. With practicing, you can get a lot of experience which you have not read in any book before. And that will be very important to your life.
As I said above, each way, experiences in the books and experiences in the life, play other important part in your life. So, it is very difficult to answer the question:?Which is more important??
If you have all the information that you need, you can think about the way to solve the problems in your mind, and then you do that. But, if you have not practiced any problems like that before, that will be very difficult to you because you will meet a lot of stuff that you have not known before, and you do not know how it works either.
In another way, if you know how it works, you know a lot about practicing, but you do not know anything about the basic information that are contained in the books, you will get troubles, too.
So, in my opinion, do the good the best way for you to do the good job is: you need to know both the knowledge in the books and in the life. With the knowledge in the books, you will have the basic information for a lot of thing, and with the knowledge in the life, that especially for your life, is good for you life in future. They have the very strong relationship, we cannot get success with only one of them, we have to use both of them together. And that is the way we can get success.
Essay 54 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
Many people have said that not everything that is learned is contained in books, while many people also say that we get most of our knowledge from books. In my point of view, the latter one is as important as, if not more important than the former one, Although not everything is contained in books, we have to learn most of the things in books. Among countless reasons, which influence the former one, I explore the most conspicuous aspects as follows:
The main reason I agree with the argument is that knowledge contained in books is systematic. As we know, almost all the books are the children of the marriage of the author’s thought with the real world. In order to express themselves, they surely use a very systematic structure to form a book, which have a specific note of their thought and experiences. With the systematic structure, we can learn things gradually, by our own pace and we need not to worry that if we had miss some of the important details because systematic structure never drop the essential points. What we only need to do is follow the instructions directed by the author and grasps the content by our consideration.
There is another reason that deserve some words here, however, is that learning by reading books is an efficient way of accumulating knowledge. In ancient world, no books existed, and people should realize the world by exploring everything by themselves. This method apparently takes too much time and energy. But with the ready-made knowledge provided by the books put in front of us, why not take on it directly? It will save us a lot of time to take advantages of others’ thought and experiences than we explore them by ourselves.
It would not be too kindly disposed to the idea that not learning knowledge in books is not important. Of course, gaining knowledge from experience is not without advantages. Because experiencing the life by oneself would be more impressive and could affect you for a lifetime. Such examples are not rate in our personal life.
In a word, to choose way of gaining knowledge is something of a dilemma to public because they sometimes are confused by the seemingly good qualities of learning by
experiences, but neglect the most genuinely good aspect of learning by reading. For the reasons presented above, I strongly commit to the notion to by reading, not by experiences.
Essay 55 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
Upon the question that which source is more important? Knowledge gained from experience or from books? People may have different opinions. Admittedly, both of them have advantages and disadvantages, and they are both important. The undeniable fact is that Dot everything that is learned is contained in books. ?If someone who wants to know how to swim or drive just reads through books but never experiences himself, he can learn nothing in the end. This example can tell us how important it is to gain knowledge from experience. But as for me, a college student, I would say, gaining knowledge from books is more important. There are three reasons support my point of view.
The main reason for my propensity for gaining knowledge from books is that, some knowledge can never be learned from experience. As we all know, some knowledge is recorded by scientists or people from ancient times to present, from home and abroad. They are the symbol of wisdom. We can say, books are not only excellent source for us to know about the past, but also excellent source for us to know what is happening in the world today, and what is probably going on in the future. Without books, how can we gain the precious knowledge from our forefathers ? Without books, how can we know one thing or two about the outer space? Obviously, it is impossible to know that from experience.
A more personal reason why I think knowledge from books is a more important source is that it is not only a broader source, but also, it is an efficient way to learn. Gaining knowledge from books can save us a lot of time and energy. As a college student, it is not necessary to test every theory in one’s own experience; and it is not necessary to get involved in explaining every phenomenon you meet by your own experience. Just look into your books! The knowledge from books can help you understand them more quickly and even better!
The last but not the least reason, knowledge gained from experience is relatively limited when compared with knowledge gained from books. Our life is limited. Time waits for no man. So, if we want to learn more, reading books is a better way! Through reading books, we will better develop our personality and our moral integrity, above all, enrich our own knowledge!
As I stated above, if you want to explore the mysteries in the treasure house of knowledge, pick up your books, and you will find the way!
Essay 56 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
When we are on the way to learn something, both books and experience are very essential resources. Experience is the most direct and efficient way to gain knowledge. Since the world is so mysterious that a lot of phenomenon seemed natural cannot be explained, and society is so complex that we may easily judge things merely according to our imagination, experience engaged in some certain activity, doing research on physics and running companies in markets, for example, are really necessary. In such cases, experience does give us a hand to gain much more knowledge beyond our scope.
However, books are sometimes indispensable. Books can be divided into two kinds. One is basic knowledge, which is the fundament for further study, especially when we are young, not capable enough to do things demanding practice and mature enough to decide or judge things in the right way. The other is special knowledge and theoretical explanation in certain fields, such as pharmacy, embryology; when we need it sometimes, we have to learn from books, for our common sense not come in handy.
Although both experience and books can help us, as always, be on the right track, they may sometimes lead us to receive wrong information. Because our experiences are gained from our direct observation, it is inevitable mixed with some our subjectivity, which, not surprisingly lead to wrong understanding of something. And books, such as stocking guided books, may do little to reduce investment risk, or even mislead people, considering what the financial future holds can no be predicted with certainty.
No person can claim that he is able to learn everything only through experience or only from books. The way to learn is relatively different varying from periods to periods, occupation to occupation, individual to individual. we can choose the most appropriate way in accordance with our own situation
Essay 57 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
The brain is a large center for the storage of knowledge. Our brain’s capability of responding to the external world is based on our knowledge. We acquire this knowledge from books or through experience. Although these are not the only ones, they are the fundamental sources of knowledge. To gain knowledge from a book, one has to read the book, comprehend it, and memorize it, while in experience; everything is connected to practice and memory. But generally they both are ways of acquiring knowledge and also, they both can be used effectively depending on the user’s capability of understanding. Based on this I support that gaining knowledge from books is better.
Books are the works of writers. They are written with full compliance with established laws. When writers write, they would not include matters that are irregular and which sometimes deviate from the laws until an explanation with detailed proof is given. But in experience, one can get quite acquainted with abnormal matters with abnormal matters, which would likely be excluded from books. In experience proof is almost irrelevant. A person who observes something to be true many times, he would conclude that it is true
without proof.
The difference between knowledge gained from experience and knowledge gained from books can be clearly shown by looking at their time consumption. Authors have specific knowledge of the subject matter. Therefore the content of these books has been refined and is highly accurate. As a result, acquiring knowledge from books requires relatively small time. But in experience, knowledge is gained through trial and error. This is highly time consuming since a person has to start all over again when he/she finds his/her knowledge to be inaccurate.
In my opinion books are more important sources of knowledge than experience because they are less likely to be inaccurate (because they are proven) and require less time.
Books avoid that risk that would be taken to gain knowledge from trial and error (experience). Although confined to basic laws, for those who comprehend well, books could give clues to those matters that are undefined.
Essay 58 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
There is a saying that Dot everything that is learned is contained in books. ?I cannot agree with it more. We should not ignore resources of knowledge other than books, such as experience.
First of all, experience teaches us much knowledge which rarely appears in books. For example, no books teach us how to drive cars. Most people learn driving by practice under the guidance of experienced drivers, and only by practicing himself, can one really learn how to drive. Perhaps there are some books teaching driving, but people can hardly learn driving by merely reading manuals, as people can hardly learn swimming without jumping into the water.
Secondly, only from experience can people explore throughout the unknowns and gain new knowledge. Knowledge on the first book comes from nowhere but experience. Franklin discovered the electricity by his kit, Magellan found that the earth is spherical by sailing. People find new knowledge from experience and write them into books. It is in this way that human-being explore the world generation by generation.
However, I am not saying that knowledge from book is non-sense. Books are the most available and most effective methods to gain knowledge. People learn knowledge from books without painfully exploring the world himself, this is the value of books. But nowadays there is a harmful thought that all knowledge can be found on books, and people need not experience by himself. So it is worthy pointing out that, knowledge from experience is as important as, if not more important than those from books.
Essay 59 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
□ ot everything is contained in books. ?Books can provide a lot of information but they cannot teach people what real life experiences can teach. On the other hand life experiences cannot teach us what books can. Real life experiences have advantages and disadvantages as well as books do.
Books have existed even before our existence in this world. They are the best source of knowledge. They help us learn about the past and present. Books aid us in learning about latest discoveries and inventions. I had a history project and I did not know where to get information because I did not exist in those times. I went to the library and found so much information in books, which I had never known. I learned so much and increased my knowledge. Although books have loads of advantages, they also have disadvantages. Books can give us information but they can never give us real life feelings. My friend read in a book about a man who died in mountain climbing. She did not feel any emotions and learned nothing because it had never happened with her. Books can give us all we need but they cannot teach us how to live in this world.
In contrast, real life experiences teach us how to live and how to deal with situations. I had a very close friend who I had known for more than 3 years. We shared everything and never told anyone anything. But when she made new friends, she went and told all my secrets to them. That is when I learned that no one in this world can be a true friend expect our parents and our brothers and sisters. Real life experiences instruct people and help us decide what is wrong and right. Although real life experiences can aid us, they can also discourage us. When my cousin’s 5 year old sister died, she totally broke apart. She totally went mad and now is in the hospital for treatment. Experiencing events can be dangerous but also beneficial because they can be guidance.
I am in favor of real life experiences because they can help build up a person’s character. When my friend betrayed me, I learned not to share my deep feelings with anyone. Although I was hurt, but I also learned a lesson that I could never have learned in books since it was just a piece of writing. Real life experiences have always taught me how live in this life while books have not.
No matter how informative a source is, it cannot be as useful as real life experiences. Books can be good teachers but they are not as good as real life experiences because books cannot help us see the reality while real life experiences can.
Essay 60 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
Though certainly the books provide one a wide range of information even from the area the experience of his life would never reach, once he tries to manage something in practice depending on the information gained only from books, he will note that they are not a source of the perfect information.
For example, suppose that we had 20 books which teach us how to cook Japanese dishes and we decided to make a Sushi roll. The books will be very useful because they indicate what we have to buy and what kind of procedures we should take. Even in case we never had seen Sushi nor the process of cooking, some books would should them in their pictures. We do not have to memorize each information because with those books we would always be able to review it.
However, what will happen if we had never eaten Sushi? Some professional chef might be able to imagine how it could taste by the information of the books, but even in that case he would not know how delicious it would be nor how good Sushi should taste. The majority of authors of those books write depending on their own experience and they definitively should have not imagined what kind of difficulties could occur if a Nigerian Chef try to make a Sushi roll with the African rice which is drier and smells stronger than Japanese rice. Without an experience of making it with a teacher, one would never learn how strongly one should give the pressure as rolling it.
In conclusion, the information of books is not complete. They are useful as reference because they provide the basic information that everybody look for and also details that other person investigated or experienced which you might not obtain only by your experience, whereas you cannot totally depend on their information when you intend to gain knowledge.
Essay 61 Topic 4 Are books more important than experience?
Dot everything that is learned is contained in books? That is the true statement. We can learn a lot from the books, but we still have another way to learn, that is the experience in the life. And each way you learn play other important part in your life.
Everything that you learn form the books is theory. Theory is just the conceptions, definitions or even some saying from someone. With theory, you can have the basic information about some problems. And you can figure out the way to solve the problems in your mind right away. But when you do it, that will be the big difference, because: Daying and doing are two things. ?
Practicing means you have to do, you have to solve the problems by your hands, and that is not as easy as saying. With practicing, you can get a lot of experience which you have not read in any book before. And that will be very important to your life.
As I said above, each way, experiences in the books and experiences in the life, play other important part in your life. So, it is very difficult to answer the question:?Which is more important??
If you have all the information that you need, you can think about the way to solve the problems in your mind, and then you do that. But, if you have not practiced any problems like that before, that will be very difficult to you because you will meet a lot of stuff that you have not known before, and you do not know how it works either.
In another way, if you know how it works, you know a lot about practicing, but you do not know anything about the basic information that are contained in the books, you will get troubles, too.
So, in my opinion, do the good the best way for you to do the good job is: you need to know both the knowledge in the books and in the life. With the knowledge in the books, you will have the basic information for a lot of thing, and with the knowledge in the life, that especially for your life, is good for you life in future. They have the very strong relationship, we cannot get success with only one of them, we have to use both of them together. And that is the way we can get success.
Essay 62 Topic 4
There is a saying that “Not everything that is learned is contained in books.” I cannot agree with it more. We should not ignore resources of knowledge other than books, such as experience. First of all, experience teaches us much knowledge which rarely appears in books. For example, no books teach us how to drive cars. Most people learn driving by practice under the guidance of experienced drivers, and only by practicing himself, can one really learn how to drive. Perhaps there are some books teaching driving, but people can hardly learn driving by merely reading manuals, as people can hardly learn swimming without jumping into the water. Secondly, only from experience can people explore throughout the unknowns and gain new knowledge. Knowledge on the first book comes from nowhere but experience. Franklin discovered the electricity by his kit, Magellan found that the earth is spherical by sailing. People find new knowledge from experience and write them into books. It is in this way that human-being explore the world generation by generation. However, I am not saying that knowledge from book is non-sense. Books are the most available and most effective methods to gain knowledge. People learn knowledge from books without painfully exploring the world himself, this is the value of books. But nowadays there is a harmful thought that all knowledge can be found on books, and people need not experience by himself. So it is worthy pointing out that, knowledge from experience is as important as, if not more important than those from books.
Essay 63 Topic 4
Though certainly the books provide one a wide range of information even from the area the experience of his life would never reach, once he tries to manage something in practice depending on the information gained only from books, he will note that they are not a source of the perfect information. For example, suppose that we had 20 books which teach us how to cook Japanese dishes and we decided to make a Sushi roll. The books will be very useful because they indicate what we have to buy and what kind of procedures we should take. Even in case we never had seen Sushi nor the process of
cooking, some books would should them in their pictures. We do not have to memorize each information because with those books we would always be able to review it. However, what will happen if we had never eaten Sushi? Some professional chef might be able to imagine how it could taste by the information of the books, but even in that case he would not know how delicious it would be nor how good Sushi should taste. The majority of authors of those books write depending on their own experience and they definitively should have not imagined what kind of difficulties could occur if a Nigerian Chef try to make a Sushi roll with the African rice which is drier and smells stronger than Japanese rice. Without an experience of making it with a teacher, one would never learn how strongly one should give the pressure as rolling it. In conclusion, the information of books is not complete. They are useful as reference because they provide the basic information that everybody look for and also details that other person investigated or experienced which you might not obtain only by your experience, whereas you cannot totally depend on their information when you intend to gain knowledge.
Essay 64 Topic 4
There is a saying that “Not everything that is learned is contained in books.” I cannot agree with it more. We should not ignore resources of knowledge other than books, such as experience. First of all, experience teaches us much knowledge which rarely appears in books. For example, no books teach us how to drive cars. Most people learn driving by practice under the guidance of experienced drivers, and only by practicing himself, can one really learn how to drive. Perhaps there are some books teaching driving, but people can hardly learn driving by merely reading manuals, as people can hardly learn swimming without jumping into the water. Secondly, only from experience can people explore throughout the unknowns and gain new knowledge. Knowledge on the first book comes from nowhere but experience. Franklin discovered the electricity by his kit, Magellan found that the earth is spherical by sailing. People find new knowledge from experience and write them into books. It is in this way that human-being explore the world generation by generation. However, I am not saying that knowledge from book is non-sense. Books are the most available and most effective methods to gain knowledge. People learn knowledge from books without painfully exploring the world himself, this is the value of books. But nowadays there is a harmful thought that all knowledge can be found on books, and people need not experience by himself. So it is worthy pointing out that, knowledge from experience is as important as, if not more important than those from books.
Essay 65 Topic 4
Though certainly the books provide one a wide range of information even from the area the experience of his life would never reach, once he tries to manage something in practice depending on the information gained only from books, he will note that they are not a source of the perfect information. For example, suppose that we had 20 books which teach us how to cook Japanese dishes and we decided to make a Sushi roll. The books will be very useful because they indicate what we have to buy and what kind of
procedures we should take. Even in case we never had seen Sushi nor the process of cooking, some books would should them in their pictures. We do not have to memorize each information because with those books we would always be able to review it. However, what will happen if we had never eaten Sushi? Some professional chef might be able to imagine how it could taste by the information of the books, but even in that case he would not know how delicious it would be nor how good Sushi should taste. The majority of authors of those books write depending on their own experience and they definitively should have not imagined what kind of difficulties could occur if a Nigerian Chef try to make a Sushi roll with the African rice which is drier and smells stronger than Japanese rice. Without an experience of making it with a teacher, one would never learn how strongly one should give the pressure as rolling it. In conclusion, the information of books is not complete. They are useful as reference because they provide the basic information that everybody look for and also details that other person investigated or experienced which you might not obtain only by your experience, whereas you cannot totally depend on their information when you intend to gain knowledge.
Essay 66 Topic 5 Should a factory be built in your community?
Nowadays, some people may hold the opinion that a factory should not be built near a community, but others have a negative attitude. As far as I concerned, I deem that the benefits far exceeds its disadvantages. My arguments for this point are listed as follows.
The main advantage of building a factory is that it can make the local area more prosperous by increasing revenue, developing markets and keeping competition, and sometimes it can help economically underdeveloped areas throw off poverty and set out on a road to prosperity. A good case in point is that Zibo, a small village before, built its first factory of colored glaze fifteen years ago. From then on, many factories were erected one after another, whose competition impacted on the transformation from an inward- looking economy to a more market-oriented economy. Now, the first factory probably has gone bankrupt, but Zibo became a big city with moderate prosperity.
In addition, building factories is an effective measure to resolve the problem about the pressure of employment. With the increasing number of laid-off workers, employment is being regarded as the primary problem of national economic policy. It is reported that officially registered urban unemployment in China was 3. 1 percent or about 5. 8 million people in 1999, and the number was up to 9. 2 million in 2000. This trend suggests that unemployment is a more serious problem than inflation. However, building a new factory, especially a labor-intensive factory, can increase domestic demand and benefit mitigation of employment pressure.
Admittedly, pollution such as the noise, industrial sewage and effluent gas, may be caused by a factory, which can make negative influence of the normal life and health of the neighborhood. But not all the factories will do that, and with practical applications of the production technology, pollution caused by factories can be avoided.
All in all, it is not easy to take a clear-cut position on such a controversial issue. But taking into account of all the factors that I have discussed in the above analysis, I believe that building a factory near a community is advisable.

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