Well, I know many people like it but I think it’s wrong. Yes, these days it is quite popular to go on these chat lines, but I think it’s not very good. A lot of people think the environment is getting better but frankly I think it’s getting worse.
I’m afraid it’s wrong. I don’t think so. I’m afraid what you think about….is not quite right. Sorry, that’s not at all right. No, you’ve got it all wrong. I think the information you have must be incorrect. If I may say so, it is not the case. If I may say so, you are mistaken there. I’m sorry, there are some misunderstandings here. It doesn’t seem correct to say… I can’t accept that. I couldn’t agree with you less.
Let me give you an example. Take…for instance…. An example of this would be And as evidence of that Let me cite a few instances To exemplify this theory To illustrate my point To make it clearer to you …such as…
If you allow your traditional customs to disappear, this will have a very bad effect on your culture. If everyone were to eat fast food, we would have a lot of health problems to deal with. If animals were to disappear, we would indeed be showing our irresponsibility to the animal kingdom.
The biggest difference between construction about 20 years ago and today is that 20 years ago much construction was done manually.
One large way that big cities differ from small cities is the air. Yes, there are quite a few differences between the way children and adults make friends. A good example is the way they just start using each other’s toys happily without needing permission.
Big cities have more opportunities than small cities. University life is more interesting than middle school life. Families in the past were more dependent on each other, but now they are more independent. There were fewer cars on the roads 20 years ago, compared to now.