真题：Due Attention Should Be Given To the Study of Chinese
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Currently, there is a growing concern for difficulty in the mother tongue language among university students. Foreign language learning, not Chinese, has become a common occurrence on our campus. Obviously, more and more experts are beginning to be aware of the seriousness of this problem.
A number of reasons can be easily found for this. For one thing, students pay more attention to English study than Chinese training. For another thing, the companies, especially the gainful employment, focus on the candidates' foreign language skills. What's more, Chinese plays a less important role in university courses. In other words, teachers also feel unnecessary to hold further studies on Chinese. Consequently, language learners found inability in gaining English successfully, or they may feel having difficulties in understanding in other languages.
As far as I am concerned, the correct and exact expression in Chinese ought to be the primary concern for foreign languages studies, which means Chinese, our mother tongue, is the foundation for understanding, expressing and learning other languages. Obviously, it is necessary that effective actions should be taken to prevent the above situation.
Recently it often hits headlines of newspapers that some prestigious universities like Tongji exclude Chinese from the subjects to be tested in their practice of independent admission. This has aroused heated discussion among the public -- Is Chinese not so important as English? What if we neglect the study of our mother tongue?
First of all, globalization counts much for this phenomenon. In modern society, information in most media, be it the Internet or newspaper, is conveyed in English. As a saying goes, one can go to every corner of the world without any difficulty in communicating with local people. Unfortunately, while we emphasize the importance of English, we underrate the value of Chinese though China has been developing at an amazing speed.
But neglecting the study of Chinese is extremely harmful if the situation is left unfettered. The major harm is that China’s traditional value is likely to get lost because language and ideas are interlocked in most cases. For example, when interviewed, most youngsters show that they are quite unfamiliar with some famous figures and their sayings.
To sum up, many reasons are responsible for the phenomenon and it will do us harm if we leave the situation as it is. Faced with the problem, we are expected to take effective measures. For one thing, the government should work out rules to ensure the time for the study of Chinese in school. Only in this way, can we find a cure for the problem.www.59wj.com 如果觉得《2011年6月英语六级作文点评及范文(上海新东方版)》作文,yyslj不错，可以推荐给好友哦。