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1. What are the strong points of TV?
It gives use pleasure, and it gives us information.

2. What is a strong point of TV?
We can learn a lot watching TV.

3. What do you think is the strong point of TV?

We can know latest news from TV.

4. What are strong points of TV?
TV enables us to enjoy sports games.

5. What is a strong point of watching TV?
It gives us documentary programs, from which we can learn historical events.

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I have written questions and answers. Are they all grammatical? What about the use of articles? Were the articles used properly? Which expressions are commonly used?

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    1. What are the strong points of TV?
    It gives us pleasure, and as well as information.

    2. What is a strong point of TV?
    We can learn a lot by watching TV.

    3. What do you think is the strong<~~maybe "strongest" would be better point of TV?

    We can get the latest news from TV.

    4. What are strong points of TV?
    TV enables us to enjoy sports and games.

    5. What is a strong point of watching TV?
    It gives us documentary programs, from which we can learn about historical events.

    Let us know if you have questions.

    =)

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    PS -- delete "and" from #1.

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    I think your first question is probably the most commonly used (that is, the most common phrasing for this type of question).

    Other teachers may have more to add.

    =)

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    # 1 is good -- except "use" should be "us."
    # 2 would be better if you wrote "We can learn a lot by watching TV.
    #3 Better: We can know the latest news from watching TV.
    # 4. Good.
    # 5. Better: TV gives us documentary programs from which we can learn about historical events.

    Probably the most common expression you've used is "a lot."

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    Thank you for your explanation.
    What about the following?

    1. What are the merits of TV?
    2. What are the good points of TV?

    Are both OK?

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    Yes, both are fine.

    =)

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