12. C.wild life
13. A.limited numbers
14. B.rent villa out for you
15. A.two levels
16. E.Art Gallery
19. C.Day Bar
20. Play Area
21. D. drives well on rough terrain
22. G. uses solar energy
23. B. has special shape
24. F. senses the dangers on seabed
27. B.On-land vehicle
28. A. It is the most advanced at the time
29. A.The oil is complex and upredictable
30. A.It show how sea aniamls change to suit sea environment
In some cultures,the old age is more valued, while in some cultures the youth is more valued. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
In some cultures elderly people are highly valued, while in some other cultures youth are more valued. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.
Old people are boasted of their experience and wisdom in handling complex situation.
Old employees perform more proficiently in many professions (e.g. bank clerk, lawyer and doctor) which means they are more reliable.
Old people have encountered the twists and turns of life, and are hence more responsible and even--tempered. Whereas, the younger generation is normally considered immature.
Young people are more energetic and efficient, being able to take painstaking works of the society. In fact, the sound development of the younger generation can guarantee a promising prospect of a country.
Young people are more creative and flexible. In contrast, the old tend to have fixated mindset.
Young people are more economical to companies, when it comes to the cost of employment, because to them, the opportunity of development far outweighs salaries.
In this essay. I shall explain why I think we that should value old age and youth, without suggesting that one is better than the other.
I feel that we should celebrate the fact that so many people make it to old age. In the past, thanks to war. disease and the dangers of childbirth, most people were not so fortunate. Particularly in Western societies, a large (and growing) proportion of the population is past the age of retirement and most of those people are enjoying life. Many have saved enough money to live well and travel around the world or to play golf or to do whatever it is that they enjoy. They value the time they have and want to make the most of it. Simultaneously, societies around the world value the elderly for the experience and knowledge that they have gained over the years.
At the same time, cultures and individuals around the world value youth. Some people value it so much that they are prepared to spend plenty of money on maintaining a youthful look, through the use of make-up and plastic surgery. Youth is often seen as a time to be dynamic and fun, developing new ideas and trying things differently. This can be very useful to an economy. Would China have been able to develop so quickly in recent decades without a large supply of young people ready to take their chances in metropolises, such as Shenzhen or Shanghai?
These are the main reasons why I think that it is a mistake to value either old age or youth and not the other. Of course, most people will value one more than the other, possibly depending on their age. However, as a culture - as a society - we should value both.