（1）Some people like A; others like B. Which one do you prefer—A or B？
（1） No doubt， I choose A， because there are too many benefits that outnumber its disadvantages. But B on the other hand， has advantages no more than its disadvantages.
The most important benefit of A is that___________________.
To achieve the same effect， B will__________________.
Another benefit of A， which B almost cannot achieve， is that___________________.
Although B also has its seemingly profound advantages， it can only be achieved conditionally because_________________________.
After understanding the reasoning above， it is quite safe now to say： to choose A is a wise action.
（2）Some people hold the opinion that A is superior to B in many ways. Others， however， contradict A. Personally， I would prefer__________ because I think A has more advantages.
There are numerous reasons why________， and I would here explain a few of the most important ones. The main reason is that___________. It can be given a concrete example_____________.
Another reason why I advocate the attitude of A is that___________. Take the case of a thing that_______________. One very strong argument for A is that__________________. This demonstrates the undeniable fact that_____________________.
Of course， choosing B also has advantages to some extent， __________.
But if all these factors are complicated， the advantages of A carry more weight than those of B. From what has been discussed above， we may finally draw the conclusion that_________________.