1.A bears some resemblances to B.
2.However,the same is not applicable to B.
3.A and B differ in several ways.
4.Evidently,it has both negative and positive effects.
5.People used to think.Bot things ale different now.
6.The same is true ofB.
7.Wondering as A is__________.it has its drawbacks.
8.It is true that A is__________,but the chief faults/obvious defects ale __________ .
9.The advantage far outweighs the disadvantage.
10.The advantages ofA ale much greater than those of B.
1.It is true that__________.But one vital point is being 1eft out.
2.There is a grain of tmth in these statements，but they ignore a more important fact.
3.Some people say__________.But it does not hold water.
4.Many ofus have been under the illusion that__________.
5.A close examination would reveal how ridiculous the statement is.
6.Itmakesno senseto arguefor__________.
7.Too much stress placcd on__________may lead to__________.
8.Such a statement mainly rests on the assumption that__________.
9.Contrary to what iS widely accepted.I maintain that__________.
1.The change in__________lalgely results from the fact that__________.
2.We mayblame__________.butthe teal causes ale__________.
3.Part ofthe explanations for it iS that__________.
4.One ofthe most common factors/causes iS that__________.
5.Another contributing factor/cause is __________ .
6.A number of factors are accountable for mis situation.
7.This might contribute to/lead to/account for the phenomenon/ problem.
8.The answer to this problem involves many factors.
9.The Dhenomenon mainly stems from the fact that__________.
10.The factors that contribute to this situation include__________.
11.Perhaps the primary factor is that__________.
1.It may give rise to a host ofproblems.
2.The immediate result it produces is__________.
3.It will exercise a profound influence upon__________.
4.Its consequence can be so great that.
1.No one call deny the fact that__________.
2.The idea is hardly supported by facts.
3.Unfortunately,none of the available data shows__________.
4.Recent studies indicate that__________.
5.There is sufficient evidence to show that.
6.According to statistics proved by__________.It Call be seen that_________
1.From the statistics given in chart，we conclude that __________ .
2.The number of__________nearly doubled，as compared with those__________of last year.
3.The percentage of__________almost doubled，aS compared with that__________of last year.
4.The figure increaSed more than six times compared With__________.
5.The number dropped almost twice compared with__________.
6.The percentage decreased about two and a halftimes compared With__________.
7.The percentage is twice as much as that of__________.
8.The number is four times as much as that of__________.
9.The percentage is half as much as that of__________.
10.The rate was A percent，less than a half of the total.
11.According to the chart/graph，__________.
12.As can be seen from the table__________.
13.As shown in the diagram__________.
14.It is clear/apparent from the figure/statistics__________.
15.The chart reveals that__________.
16.The graph shows that __________ .
17.The table suggests that __________.
18.The diagram suggests that__________.
19.From the statistics given in table，we estimate that __________ .
20.From the information given in the graph，we call see that__________.