- Tourists can experience different cultures.
- They can sunbathe on beaches or go sight-seeing.
- Travelling abroad opens our minds and broadens our horizon.
- We can learn to speak other languages.
- The tourist trade is vital for some economies.
- It creates employment in services like accommodation, transport and entertainmen.
- Some areas rely on tourism for their income.
- Tourism attracts investment from multi-national companies.
- It helps to improve the standard of living.
- Tourism is a popular leisure activity.
- People go on holiday to relax and have fun.
- Tourists spend money.
- Low-cost airlines are making it cheaper to travel abroad.
- Tourism can have a negative effect on the natural environment.
- Tourism creates pollution and waste.
- It puts pressure on local resources.
- The building of facilities and infrastructure can destroy the habitat of wild animals.
- Beautiful beaches are spoilt by the building of hotels.
- A rise in the cost of living affects local people.
- The price of goods, services and housing may increase significantly.
- Local traditional and cultures may be endangered.
- Government should introduce laws to protect natural environments and local cultures.
- Tourism should have a low impact on wildlife.
- Renewable resources like solar or water power should be used.
- Waste should be recycled.
- Local businesses such as farms should be supported.
- People move to cities in search of job opportunities.
- Cities offer greater employment possibilities and a higher standard of living.
- People migrate to cities from the countryside.
- Traditional activities like farming need fewer workers nowadays.
- Life in cities has its drawbacks.
- The cost of living is higher than in rural areas.
- Some people do not manage to find work.
- Housing is usually much more expensive.
- Homelessness and poverty are common on cities.
- There is a gap between rich and poor.
- Life in cities can be extremely stressful.
- There are problems like traffic congestion or traffic jams and crime.
- Cities lack a sense of community.
- People do not even know their neighbor(s).
- Cities are sometimes described as “concrete jungles”.
- Pedestrian zones in city centre can improve the local environment.
- Banning cars encourages people to walk or cycle.
- Many European cities have built bicycle lanes.
- Dependence on cars is linked to health problems like obesity.
- People who walk or cycle regularly are generally healthier.
- Pedestrian areas are safer and more attractive for both residents and tourists.
开头段：In recent years, along with the boom兴旺繁荣 of the world’s economy, _____is becoming increasingly prevalent流行，普遍 at amazing rate. Someone thinks that _____. But from my point of view, I can only disagree with the statement and the reasons are given below.
中间段：(中间段/转折段/结尾段均可使用) The main reason that I oppose反对 to the above view can be mainly attributed归于 to _____.
转折段：However, it isundeniable不可否认 that _____ in a short term. But in a long run, _____.
结尾段：For the reasons presented提出 above, I personally believe that _____.