Some people think that there should be some strict controls about noise. Others think that they could just make as much noise as they want. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

People have different views with regard to the question of whether noise should be controlled by law or not. While there are some benefits to having noise under regulation, I believe that we should feel free to produce noise as long as it does not bother anyone.

On the one hand, I can understand why people want to put noise under control. The first clear reason is that the increasingly negative impact of noise pollution from human activities on other animals' habitats. For example, whales have recently suffered from misunderstanding navigation due to noises coming from nearby fishing boats and booming tourism. In addition, there are some places required to be absolutely quiet and order, especially those involved in medication and healing. Noises may cause distraction to a lot of high-focused tasks which people feel necessary to get rid of it.

On the other hand, I would argue that we should have the right to express ourselves without being restricted. Firstly, it is impossible for governments to force every person to stop making noise. For instance, I can imagine that people are arrested because they played their songs too loud. Secondly, the regulation may cause resentment and hatred in communities as they feel less freedom. Finally, as those controls do not bring about significant benefits apart from reducing noise pollution, it can be considered as a waste of time and money.

In conclusion, although many people prefer the idea of noise controls, I think that people should not be restricted to make noises.


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I think that your essay is okay, which means it is written in right structure and there is no trivial mistakes. However, I think I have some comment for you:

1. "People have different views with regard to the question of whether noise should be controlled by law or not. While there are some benefits to having noise under regulation,"

- The structure of this sentence is quite confusing to me. I think you can write it in this way instead "When it comes to the question of whether noise should be controlled by law or not, views differ."

2. I think that the second paragraph is not clear. The argument ís not strong enough may be because the word is limited. You can extend your essay so that your argument could be clearer.

People have different views with regard to the question of whether noise should be controlled by laws or not. While there are some benefits to regulating noise volumes, having noise under regulation, I believe that we should feel free to produce noise as long as it does not bother anyone.

On the one hand, I can understand why people want to put have noise levels restricted. under control. The first clear reason is that (This word makes your sentence ungrammatical.) the increasingly negative impact of noise pollution from human activities on other animals' habitats. (Noise does no harm to habitats, which are trees, water and grasslands. The harm is done to the animals themselves.) For example, whales have recently suffered disorientation from misunderstanding navigation (wrong expression) due to noises coming from nearby fishing boats and booming tourism. (That is not correct. The main noise problem for whales is sonar from submarines and military ships, the large turbine engines of transport vessels and seismic data acquisition in oil exploration..) In addition, there are some places required to be absolutely quiet and order, especially those involved in medication and healing. Noises may cause distraction to a lot of high-focused tasks which people feel necessary to get rid of it.
(That is very awkward English. "Noise may distract people from doing their tasks correctly, and many people object to their colleagues' playing loud music.")


On the other hand, I would argue that we should have the right to express ourselves without being restricted. Firstly, First, it is impossible for governments to force every person to stop making noise. For instance, I can imagine that people are arrested because they played their songs too loud. ( Do you mean this?" I cannot imagine that people would be jailed for playing their radios too loudly in a park.) Secondly, Second, noise the regulation may cause resentment and hatred in communities as they feel less freedom. Finally, as those controls do not bring about significant benefits apart from reducing noise pollution, it can be considered as a waste of time and money.

In conclusion, although many people prefer the idea of legal restrictions on the volume of noise controls, I think that people should not be restricted to make noises.

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