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Some people say that sports play an important role in society. Others think it is nothing more a leisure activity. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

People have different statements whether the role of sports is important as it has a big influence on societies or it is just simply an activity for entertainment. In my opinion, I hold the former view because sports do have so many values to life.

It is indeed reasonable that sports are considered to be a recreational activity because not anyone has the potential to become an expert or professor on playing sports. They just need them for relaxing, escaping from pressure of work during their spare time. Aside from this, some people recognize that sports is a great chance for them to make friends. For example, people have to be well-informed about their peers when participating in volleyball, rugby, regatta and other team sports. They will have more friends, be more sociable and well-adjusted and gain more experience on making friends.

Nonetheless, along with a beneficial activity, sports also play a massive role to human beings and the world. Firstly, they partly decide how good an economy of one country is. If all of the citizens did not play any kinds of sports at all, they would be lazy and have no energy and good health to be at work and school. Hence, the economy will be negatively affected since the quality of work and study is awful when people cannot finish tasks on time because of being quickly tired. Secondly, sports make the whole world closer. To illustrate, the most wonderful image in soccer is that people in all nationality, genders, ages and skin colors gather in a stadium. They together excitedly hope for the victory with no grudges between them. People are opener and more delighted to strangers which creates the connections amongst others. Finally, sports provide people satisfaction from watching them and winning competitions which make their life more beautiful.

Accordingly, I still believe that sports have a great impact on human although I recognize the good points in the latter view.

It is so lovely of you to check my essay and point out the mistakes. Thank you very much and Have A Nice Day!!!

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Also, your subject is not good English. These are appropriate:

Talking about sports
Discussing sports
Discussion about sports

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People have different statements (wrong word) whether the role of sports is important, having a significant as it has a big influence on society, or it is sports are just simply an activity for entertainment. In my opinion, I hold the former view because sports do have so many values in one's to life.

It is indeed reasonable that sports are considered to be a recreational activity because not everyone anyone has the potential to become an expert or professor (A professor lectures in a university in subjects such as history, physics and chemistry. ) on playing sports. They (This pronoun does not have an antecedent. Who is "they"?) just need them for relaxing, escaping (missing conjunction) from the pressure of work during their spare time. Aside from this, some people recognize that sports is provides a great opportunity chance for them to make friends. For example, people have to be well-informed about their peers when participating in volleyball, rugby, sailing regatta and other team sports. They will have more friends, be more sociable and well-adjusted and gain more experience in on making friends.

Nonetheless, along with a beneficial activity, sports also play a massive (wrong word. important, significant, critical, meaningful, substantial) role to human beings (wrong expression. - play an important role in our lives / society / nation ...) and the world. Firstly, First, they partly decide how good an economy of one country is. (wrong expression. .. the country has.) If all none of the citizens did not play any kinds of sports at all, they would be lazy and have no energy or and good health which would lead to poor performance at work or in school. to be at work and school. Hence, the economy will be negatively affected since the quality of work and study is bad / poor / low / substandard / unacceptable /awful when people cannot finish tasks on time because of being quickly tired tiring quickly. Second, Secondly, sports make the whole world closer. To illustrate this, the most wonderful image in soccer is that people in all nationality, genders, ages and skin colors gather in a stadium. Together they together excitedly hope for the victory with no grudges between them. People are opener (An opener is a device used to open cans or bottles. ) and more delighted (wrong word) to strangers which creates the connections amongst others. Finally, sports give provide people satisfaction from watching them and winning competitions which makes their lives life more beautiful.

Accordingly, I still believe that sports have a great impact on human (wrong word) although I recognize the good points in the argument that sports are merely a leisure-time activity in the latter view.

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Thank you for your appropriate. Could you check my mistakes?

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Đỗ HươngThank you for your appropriate.

That is not a good word.

Đỗ HươngCould you check my mistakes?

I already have.

People are opener

I mean 'opener' is the comparative of 'open'.

It seems like this word causes misunderstanding.

Thank you so much, anyway!

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Đỗ HươngI mean 'opener' is the comparative of 'open'.

It is not.
The comparative is "more open".

He is more open to my suggestions now. (good, correct)
He is opener to my suggestions now. (wrong, incorrect)

Open has two syllables. Some two-syllable words (e.g. those ending in -er, -y, -le) use the -er form of the comparative, but other words do not. If you are unsure, always use more/most.

If a word is a verb, the -er ending means someone or something that performs the action. So never use the -er on such words to form the comparative.



Ah, so it is! Thanks^^