- 2018年04月16日18:25 来源：小站整理作者：小站雅思编辑
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雅思写作范文节选：As can be reflected from the first graph, starting from 20%, the number of late trains climbed to roughly one third before dropping considerably by the end of October when trains performed the best as merely 1% of them were late. Subsequently, the situation turned worse especially in the second week of November as more than half of the trains could not set out on time. After that, the figure declined, ending up with approximately 40%.
雅思写作范文节选：Less time-efficient and cost-efficient, newspaper is no longer preferable in today’s world. For one thing, the newspaper fails to change its role in spreading news in a world where every individual puts great emphasis on the effectiveness over time. This is mainly because producing newspaper is also man-made process of editing, printing news onto paper and finally distributing it to readers, which is quite time-consuming. When the news reaches the readers, it may be out of date. For another, the distribution of newspapers is also labor-intensive and thus money-consuming. For example, this needs workers to print, transport and sell the newspapers to readers, so that employees have to pay for more salaries, a contribution that every employer seems to be reluctant to make.
Statistically, it can be said that the print news audiences are dwindling, which means newspaper readership is getting eclipsed by other ways of learning about news. It is a long, slow and painful downward spiral to the point that the newspaper, like vinyl records and film cameras, is a relic for collectors. According to research reports on the news industry, local television is the number one source of news for the majority of people, with digital news coming in second, followed by the radio, and then by the newspaper. One possible explanation why the newspaper is being left far behind is that many people do not see the point in buying a print newspaper if they believe they can get all the news they need elsewhere for free.