Tháng Năm 9, 2018 at 4:15 sáng #187679
22. The range and quality of food have been improved with the development
of technology and scientific advance. Some people think it is good and
others think it is harmful. Discuss two sides and give your own opinion.
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The development of technology and science leads to increasing the range and
quality of food. While many people think that the impact of technological
and scientific advances on food is good, I believe that it has both
positive and negative influences.
On the one hand, it is understandable why many people think that technology
and science make some considerable contributions to improving the diversity
and quality of food. Needless to say, the greatest breakthroughs in
technology and science undoubtedly help farmers and producers to create a
lot of new kinds of trees to provide some new products for consumers.
Besides, scientists have spent a lot of time researching to find and apply
some useful measures to increase the quality of tree. Taking rice as a
typical example, the development in technology helps farmers have some new
kinds of rice which can cope with many insect infestations and have better
On the other hand, I also believe think that the progress in technology and
science is one of a major reason leading to the degradation of food. In
fact, many citizens exploit these advances to form some food which are eye-
catching but extremely dangerous. Therefore, many people are likely to
suspect the quality of food. For example, many farmers spray a lot of
hazardous pesticides and preservatives to protect and prompt tree to grow
From what has been discussed above, one can reach a conclusion that the
improvement in technology and science can form both advantage as well as
disadvantage for food in terms of the diversity and quality.
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