Task 1: Talk about two schools which you attended and their differences. Give specific examples and details in your response.
I would like to point out some differences between my high school and university. First, in high school, I proceeded from one class directly to another for about eight hours a day. In college, I have longer hours between classes to myself for individual studies and research. Second, the facilities in my high school were pretty basic, we did’t have the latest scientific equipment to toy with, and the book collection in the library was very limited. But in college, I can operate better machinery, and use super computers to solve complicated problems.
Task 2: Some people think that one needs to be talented to be an artist, others believe trainings and hard work is more crucial for someone to be an artist. Which do you think is more important? Give details and examples in your response.
I think people are not born artist. We all love to draw or paint when we were kids, as art becomes an interest or hobby, the skills will develop, and thus one will gain the experience until he or she realizes that art is something that he or she can do in life, and sees it as a career. Second, talent only gets one so far. One does have to learn the methods and theories of art, and perfect their skills. I went to art school and must say I learned a lot. I was able to better create what I saw in my mind and translate those ideas to a canvas by being schooled.
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