He became a children's doctor because of his love for children and his strong desire to keep them healthy.
He is thought of having no moral compass: He tortures innocent animals for his career advancement and his experiments have nothing to do with medicine.
The public barely watches, convinced that the issue has no significance to them, while the senators and politicians continue to give way to the lobbying of animal rights activists.
The author does not really admit their mistake, but the tone is apparently ironic, criticizing that the physicians were too soft to respond to the animal rights activists.
Life is cruel to both animals and human beings. If physicians don't create an animal model of the problem, they have to do experiments on human beings; or the medical knowledge will remain static.
Drugs to cure infection will remain undiscovered, surgical and diagnostic
techniques will remain undeveloped, and fundamental biological processes will remain mysteries.
If the more radical members of this movement are successful in threatening further research, their efforts will bring about a tragedy that will cost the lives of many human beings.
It helps diagnose disease.
? It develops drugs to cure infection and disease. ? It carries out complex surgical procedures.
? It employs techniques to replace defective genes. ? It stimulates development of synthetic organs.
Participate in different animal rights activities.
? Make public speeches at different social settings.
? Write newspaper articles to condemn the inhuman animal research.
? Launch an appeal on the Internet to arouse public concern for animal rights.
It is too cruel and inhuman.
? Animals should have equal rights as humans. ? The research result may not apply to humans
Yes, because they are ethical and justified and the public will support the movement.
? No, because they are misdirected and they even do something improper such as burning an animal laboratory.
Yes, if animal research is abandoned, there will be almost no advances in medicine and it will cost many lives of human beings. As compared to animals, human beings are more valuable because they take many social responsibilities.
The main task for the troop there is not fighting but (arresting) the
progress of the enemy army and waiting for reinforcements (援兵). 2. He always anxiously summarizes the concessions which he has made but
he almost always 3.
(omits) to mention those offered by the other party.
(optional) courses on women's
She was an excellent teacher, whose
writing were very popular among the students.
4. It will be up to the doctor's judgment whether or not the organ can be
(transplanted) to the child who has been waiting for it.
5. Teachers can no longer use their past experiences to prepare students for
their future career;
(hence) , our young people need to rely on
6. Accurate and inaccurate information is mixed so naturally that there are no
reliable ways to tell what has been 7.
(twisted) and what has not.
That wealthy lady's demand on a premarital agreement greatly
her future husband's pride, and it ended up with his refusal to get married. 8.
When I opened the album, I carefully examined every photograph in (minute) detail by wearing my reading glasses so as not to miss anything.
It seems that James has a talent for acting because he can (imitate)
different teachers' speeches perfectly, which really amazes his classmates.
10. Smoking is compared to self-poisoning and self-destroying, thus making
(evil) effects of smoking cigarettes truly alarming.
interference thriller scarce specific
consumption / consumer deception invasion / invader procession
1. Multinational corporations protested strongly against any unreasonable
(interference) by some countries in the free marketplace.
At the time a real threat of a(n)
(invasion) of the British Isles existed, so
the British troops were gathered around the coastline to get ready to fight
against an invading fleet.
(Consumption) is relatively low, and it shows that the economic problem in the country stems from the dangerous side effects of careless politics and widespread poverty.
The wedding (procession) was of an enormous size and enormous
splendor, which was started homeward and followed by a large banquet at a luxury hotel.
5. When doing writing exercises for that English course, students should
remember that they are writing according to 6.
Among close family and good friends,
(deception) is the worst part of
life, and we believe in practicing good faith and honesty. 7.
(scarce) at the moment, so you should be realistic in your
choices about the pay, working hours, medical benefits, bonuses, etc. 8.
The writer was thinking about writing some kind of
(thrillers) because it
would help him become popular through making his plot more attractive to the young.
The animal rights movement is a social movement which seeks an end to using animals in the research, food, clothing, and entertainment industries, (1)
(hence) being called animal liberation. It advocates the idea that the
most basic interests of non-human creatures should be (2)same consideration as those of human beings.
(lobby) for animal rights from different aspects, ranging from
the focus on animal suffering in laboratories to the argument that (4)(insists) on not casting animals as properties of human beings. Despite the different approaches, advocates broadly (5)
(consent) to the opinion that
animals should be viewed as non-human members of the moral community and should be (6)
(omitted) from being food, clothing, entertainment, or