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本学期全国各地学校因新冠病毒(novel coronavirus)疫情影响而延期...

??? 本学期全国各地学校因新冠病毒(novel coronavirus)疫情影响而延期开学,开展停课不停学线上教学活动。请根据下表提示和你的切身体会,谈谈在线学习(online learning)的利弊。

Online Learning

Advantages

Disadvantages

a comfortable learning environment

replay the lessons

bad for eyes

influenced by computer games

 

 

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2. 文中不得出现真实的人名和校名;

3词数、80-100;?

4短文首句仅供参考、不计入总词数片

??? 短文首句:We have taken two-month online learning because of novel coronavirus.

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例文: Online Learning We have taken two-month online learning because of novel coronavirus.The serious disease has a great influence on both our life and our study. We have no choice but to adapt ...
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