Leaders and directors in organizations are often older people. Some people say that younger people could be leaders.to what extent do you think about this?

The grey has been taken a power in organizations for a long time. However, many would argue that young generation is eligible to operate a company in the contemporary society. In my perspective, those have their own upsides and drawbacks.

Elderly people is preferable to the young due to posing more cutting-edge power. Intern of academic education and practical knowledge at a medium age, the old are able to require the cognitive skill which plays a paramount role in confronting with the problem to another enterprises by diplomacy or entering into an economic contract. In addition, rich in reality experience, especially pulling through vicissitude, helps them to draw highly precious lesson. Their long-term vision strengthen their ability to make a sharp determination, take remarkable consideration in every aspect of matter contrast to the shortcoming for the young. Moreover, folks has been regarded as the virtuoso of amending mood in crisis turmoil and release emotion at the right time.

On the other hand, young people also have their own perks. The 21st century has seen various extraordinary CEO whose are at a tender age of 30 as Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Spiegel. With a well-educated background, they are competent to take over important position and boost their companies to the explosive thriving. The innovation in technology and capacity of adopting competitive work draw them to take a risk without afraid of failure, make a great deal of efforts to be more creative, more dynamic day by day.

In conclusion, everyone could be a leadership .Therefore, both young and old people need to broad their knowledge and accommodate each other.

The grey has been taken a power in organizations for a long time. However, many would argue that young generation is eligible to operate a company in the contemporary society. In my perspective, those have their own upsides and drawbacks.

Elderly people is preferable to the young due to posing more cutting-edge power. Intern of academic education and practical knowledge at a medium age, the old are able to require the cognitive skill which plays a paramount role in confronting with the problem to another enterprises by diplomacy or entering into an economic contract. In addition, rich in reality experience, especially pulling through vicissitude, helps them to draw highly precious lesson. Their long-term vision strengthen their ability to make a sharp determination, take remarkable consideration in every aspect of matter contrast to the shortcoming for the young. Moreover, folks has been regarded as the virtuoso of amending mood in crisis turmoil and release emotion at the right time.

On the other hand, young people also have their own perks. The 21st century has seen various extraordinary CEO whose are at a tender age of 30 as Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Spiegel. With a well-educated background, they are competent to take over important position and boost their companies to the explosive thriving. The innovation in technology and capacity of adopting competitive work draw them to take a risk without afraid of failure, make a great deal of efforts to be more creative, more dynamic day by day.

In conclusion, everyone could be a leadership .Therefore, both young and old people need to broad their knowledge and accommodate each other.

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Leaders and directors in organizations are often older people. Some people say that younger people could be leaders.to what extent do you think about this?

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Tú Trần.to what extent do you think about this?

The question is asking: how much time do you spend thinking about this subject? Do you spend a lot of time every day? Or do you spend no time at all worrying about it?

I will bet you that it hardly ever crosses your mind. I would not waste much of my time on it.

Most of your writing uses very awkward, unnatural, or incorrect expressions. I can barely understand most of the text. I can get the general idea, but the expressions and phrases are mostly incorrect.

You are trying to use sophisticated and advanced vocabulary words without knowing how to use them in context.

My suggestion:

Write simple, straightforward sentences using vocabulary words that you understand and know well and your essay will be much much better.

Improve your vocabulary by reading passages, stories and articles written by native speakers.

Also. pay attention to subject/verb matching.



The grey (That is not a valid expression for older people.) has been taken (wrong verb form) a (incorrect article) power in organizations for a long time. However, many would argue that members of the young generation are is eligible to operate a company in the contemporary society. In my perspective, those (wrong usage "Those" does not have an antecedent. ) have their own upsides and drawbacks. (I do not know what you mean here.)

Elderly (An elderly person is age 75 and older. Mostly these people are retired. Is that the age group you are writing about?) people is (subject/verb mismatch) preferable to the young due to posing more cutting-edge power. (I do not recognize this expression) Intern (wrong word. ) of academic education and practical knowledge at a medium (wrong word - Do you mean middle ?) age, the old are able to require the cognitive skill (wrong expression. It does not make sense.) which plays a paramount role in confronting with the problem to another enterprises (wrong expression) by diplomacy or entering into an economic contract. In addition, rich in reality experience, (wrong expression. ) especially pulling through vicissitude, (wrong expression) helps them to draw highly precious lesson. (wrong expression) Their long-term vision strengthen (subject/verb mismatch) their ability to make a sharp determination, (wrong word - Do you mean decision?) take remarkable consideration in every aspect of matter contrast to the shortcoming for the young. (It does not make sense.) Moreover, folks (Too casual for academic essays) has been regarded (subject/verb mismatch) as the virtuoso of amending mood (It does not make sense.) in crisis turmoil (wrong expression) and release emotion at the right time.

On the other hand, young people also have their own perks. (wrong word) The 21st century has seen various extraordinary CEO (wrong form) whose (wrong pronoun) are at a tender age of 30 as Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Spiegel. With a well-educated background, (Wrong expression. We do not educate backgrounds.) they are competent to take over important position (They did not take over any position. They started their companies from nothing.) and boost their companies to the explosive thriving. (wrong expression) The innovation in technology and capacity of adopting competitive work (wrong expression) draw them to take a risk without afraid (wrong word - afraid is an adjective. You cannot use it as the object of a preposition. ) of failure, make a great deal of efforts (wrong form. Effort is mostly non-count) to be more creative, more dynamic day by day. (The previous sentence is not grammatical.)

In conclusion, everyone could be a leadership . (wrong usage. Leadership is not a person.) Therefore, both young and old people need to broad (Broad is an adjective, not a verb.) their knowledge and accommodate each other.