1.For this part, you are allowed 30 minutes to write an essay titled "Is technology making people lazy? ". You should write at least 120 words but no more than 180 words.
【正确答案】 Is technology making people lazy? Is technology making people lazy? This is quite an interesting question many people might never think of. After careful consideration, my answer is "Yes. Technology is making people lazy. " A famous saying goes that laziness promotes the advances of technology. In turn, advanced technology makes people become lazier after replacing human beings to do what they should have done. For example, with the help of robots, people can clean their houses without even moving their butts. With the advent of computers, the situation is going from bad to worse. Many studies claim that computers distract people, make them lazy thinkers and even lower their work efficiency. Maybe that's why many people are hopping from one website to another, having no idea of what they are doing. To conclude, technology makes people lazy. Mankind need to be aware of not becoming the slave of technology.
（A）See the Pope.
（B）Go to Newcastle.
（C）Travel to Germany.
（D）Tour an Italian city.
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