Topic 21 My View on NEET
“NEET”是“Not Currently Engaged in Education, Employment or Training” 或“ Not in Education, Employment or Training” 的缩略语， 即我们说的“啃老族”。
My View on NEET
Nowadays, the problem of NEET has been brought into public attention. The past five years has witnessed a sharp increase in the percentage of NEET from 1.5 to 12.3，which refers to the group of the young who are not currently engaged in education，employ-ment or training, but just idling and relying on their parents.
To account for this phenomenon, people have come up with vari-ous reasons listed below. To begin with，since the expansion of univer-sity enrollment in 1999, an increasing number of college graduates have poured into job-hunting market. However, some of them are not fully prepared and become unemployed. What’s more，some young people are the only children of their family and get badly spoilt. As a result, they are psychologically dependent even when they are grown-ups.
To this problem, in my mind, there are at least two approaches. In the first place，colleges or the community should provide pre-job training courses for the young. In addition，parents should cultivate their children’s sense of independence from the very childhood. (172 词）
很显然，第一段的数据能迅速抓住阅卷老师的眼球。同时使 用了 witness，sharp等好词，以及the past five years作主语的修辞手
第一段:直接提出该段中心“目前，在中国的农村和城市都有 “啃老族””。而后，“一句话”更加形象地说明最近五 年“啃老族”的比例在增加。
第二段:模板句提出该段主题句“这种现象产生的原因”。紧 接着列出 了两种原因：an increasing number of college graduates have poured into job-hunting market 和 some young people are the only children of their family and get badly spoilt。
1. rely on 依靠
2.be engaged in 参力口
3.the expansion of university enrollment 大学的扩招
4.get badly spoilt 被宠坏