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Bài viết mẫu IELTS – The next children’s generation – IELTS Task 2: Society
Some people believe that the lives of people from their children’s generation will be better than their own. Other believe that their lives will be worse. Discuss both viewpoints and give your own opinion.
If you read the same newspapers as I do, you might think that the whole world is heading towards a very destructive future. There are wars in many parts of the world. Crime is reported everywhere. Many young people cannot find jobs. However, I believe that our world is generally getting better and that this trend will continue in the future.
Whilst there are wars, crime, unemployment and other negative aspects of life today, we should remember that most countries are at peace, crime is often not as serious or prevalent as the newspaper would have us believe, and most people-even those fresh out of school or university-have jobs. There have often been fears in the past that our societies would face a terrible future. When oil prices rose in 1973, many predicted that we would face economic ruin. In Britain, when manufacturing industries closed, people feared that their children would never be able to find work. When terrorists hit the Twin Towers in September 2001, it was predicted that there would be regular, massive terrorist attacks on the United States. These things have not happened.
Look at all the things that have got better in our world and will continue to make our children’s lives better. Health care is improving almost on a daily basis thanks to new scientific breakthroughs. Starvation is rare, not only because of increased food production, but also thanks to better transport networks. Even though manufacturing industries in many countries (such as Britain) have declined, other industries, particularly hi-tech ones and service industries, have employed millions of people. The movement of manufacturing industries to other countries (such as China) has helped hundreds of millions of people to build better lives.
To conclude, I believe that most of the pessimistic views of our children’s future are a result of fear and not a true examination of the facts. I also believe that people should remember that there will be advances that can help us make society better. Whilst not every life will be better, I firmly believe that the majority of our children will live better lives than we do.
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