Reply To: Governments should spend more money in support of the arts than in support of athletics such as state-sponsored Olympic teams. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
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Financial support from the government is important for
all studies, [ developments in ]arts, sciences, sports[ ., etc. ] and so on. However, some people think the support in[wrong preposition ] the arts should be more than in sports[unclear ]. From where I stand, I disagree with the[ this ] opinion.
of all, sports are necessary[word choice issue ] in our daily life. Doing sports is one of the best ways to have a healthy body. From this aspect, supporting our Olympic teams can promote different kinds of sports and make people have more interest[ed ] in doing sports. For example, table tennis is popular in China. Almost everyone has watched [Many Chinese watch ]matches of table tennis and played[ play ] it once. Although the sport itself has some [ Despite the innate ]attractions [ of this sport ], the good results made by our [ the Chinese ]national team in international competitions are another important reason for this phenomenon[also facilitate this sport in China ]. In some way, the financial support of[for ] some Olympic teams can inspire people’s enthusiasm in doing sports. However, the investment of[wrong preposition ] the[article error ] arts does not have such a great effect because for most people, the[ article error ] arts are not necessary in[ wrong preposition ] their daily life and it is difficult for them to get access to the arts.
Secondly, although the arts need a large amount of investigation[wrong word ], (it is hard to)[ avoid using IT IS ADJECTIVE ] demonstrate that the investment is worthy. Most investments in the arts do not[avoid using NOT ] have as much reward as expected. For example, the prince of a country have[ grammatical error ] once bought a masterpiece of[wrong preposition ] DaVinci at a high price [grammatical error ](which was then[ /subsequently ] identified to be painted by one of DaVinci’s students)[ misplaced ]. This investment is, of course, in vain.( So the money spent on the arts sometimes is meaningless and )[ repetition ]the government could not always( identify the rignt support)[unclear ]. On the contrary, the support of [wrong preposition ]sports can always make sense[ zero-conditional]. The training is more effective[unclear ] with [ unclear preposition ]advanced facilities and better coaches.
In conclusion, the support of [wrong preposition ]the arts should not be higher than the support of athletics.