On the first day, I wanted to go fishing. The next day I will do a few hours of homework, and then in the evening I will watch TV for a while. On the third day, I will play basketball with my friends.
On the third day, I will go to see my grandparents. In the morning, I will play computer games. In the afternoon, I will do my homework.
On the sixth day, I will go to the countryside to make a fire. On the last day, I will have a rest to prepare for tomorrow's homework.
Autumn is my hometown. It is neither too hot nor too cold. Although the air is fresh and the leaves have not begun to wither before, one thing is more and more mature, that is, jumping out of the house, taking a glance, the first thing you can see is rice.
So many rice plump are gradually ripening unconsciously. Autumn is the hometown of gold, basically everything is yellow autumn, and the rice in my hometown is mature It's yellow.
Some people claim that public museums and art galleries are not needed because people can see historical relics and works of art through computers. Do you agree or disagree with this view? It is absurd to ert that historical relics and works of art can be seen through computers. First of all, public museums and art galleries will no longer be needed.
Computers can never replace real public museums and galleries. No matter how real and vivid the computer images are, they are just images. For those who claim that museums and art works can no longer be seen by computers, they are just images Art galleries, because they can see everything they want on the computer screen, I would like to suggest that they get married on the computer rather than in real life.
On the one hand, visiting real museums and galleries is a beneficial experience in many ways. On the one hand, it's a good exercise. When we go to museums or art galleries and then walk around the scene, we get some exercise, which is very good for our health.
There, we can enjoy all kinds of things, experience the miracle, beauty and exquisite craftsmanship with our own eyes, instead of pively watching what others show on the screen 。 On the other hand, we protect our eyesight by leaving the computer screen to see the reality. It is true that computers have brought great convenience to our life at some time. Especially when we are unable to visit museums and art galleries in person, we can get a rough idea of what is on display.
However, what we see from the computer screen is not exactly the same as what we see. In short, computers can never replace real public museums and art galleries. Therefore, it is absurd to say that one does not need to go to museums and art galleries because historical relics and works of art can be viewed on a computer screen.