In the argument, the …(主题风格另一半) recommends that …(对依据做阐述，大部分能够抄全文，用另一个这种方法表述就能). To support this recommendation the argument point out that …(表明稿子用了哪些事实论据去证实见解了，同上剽窃就能) however …This argument is logically flawed in several critical respects (表明本文逻辑性上是有缺点的).
To begin with, the argument depends on the assumption that… (论述讲出了1个沒有依据的声明，并讲出原文中的缘故) —rather than for some other reasons. Yet it is entirely possible that… (表明这类猜想将会的缘故) or some other factor. Without ruling out all other reasons why… (重述这一声明)…(讲出反方向的依据).
Firstly, the author provides no evidence that the survey is statistically reliable. Perhaps the survey’s sample is not sufficient in size or representative of the quality of …(表明另一半的总数和品质不足) For that matter, this survey is not strong enough to establish causation between… (这里列举缘故和結果，做较为) However, the other reasons of the survey which (描述别的缘故下的状况). As a result, without the evidence that the survey is statistically reliable the author cannot justifiably draw any conclusion by relying on this survey.
Thirdly, the argument assumes that… (论述原文中的猜想) However, the letter provides no evidence to substantiate this assumption. In fact, the letter suggests that this might be the case. By admitting that …, the letter implies that …表明危害她们happy的要素也有别的的层面，不仅是科学研究中常例举
To begin with,…(阐述某一统计数据) may not a reliable date of that rate would be now(和如今相较为不是可靠的). Perhaps the… (反例), For that matter, perhaps …(讲出反例的状况下能造成哪种結果). In short, without ruling out other possible reasons for …(假定讲出对于反例应当如何做)the memo’s author cannot convince me on the basis of …(讲出应当有的依据)
Even if…(妥协，即便某一标准创立) the argument unfairly assumes that…(表明不正确的相对的状况). It is entirely possible that the …(较为另一半) own different situations. Perhaps …(实际讲出反例) Without accounting for such differences between the two places is unreliable.
Even if …(妥协，即便某一标准创立)the argument relied on the future assumption that …(讲出要妥协的是客观事实). Yet the only evidence the argument offer to substantiate this assumption (讲出原文中的依据). Perhaps …(讲出有将会出現的别的状况造成这一客观事实)if so, (讲出不同的結果，与上边客观事实相分歧). Or…(别的的状况) In short, without more information about…(对上边的将会状况小结) were established it is impossible to assess …(返回上边的依据).
Finally, the argument fails to consider …(有更强的方法达到目标). Perhaps by…(方法一), or by (方法二), (对总体目标开展未来展望) In short, without weighing the suggestion against alternatives, it is unconvincing that (表明出示的计划方案不太好).
Finally, even if the families support to build the new seafood restaurant, the restaurant would not necessarily be profitable as a result. Profitability is a function of both revenue and expense. Thus, it is quite possible that the restaurant’s costs of obtaining high-quality and healthy seafood or of new promoting restaurant might render it unprofitable despite its popularity. Without weighing revenue against expenses the argument’s conclusion is premature at best.
In sum, the argument seems logical, but is based on nothing more than pure speculation and perhaps wishful thinking, yet lack of some warranted investigation. To strength it, the author needs to evaluate all possible alternatives and provide detail and comprehensive evidence before jumping to the conclusion that …(原文中的依据)