1. In some countries the elderly are highly valued and respected, while in others youth is
    more highly valued. Discuss both sides and give your own opinion.


Old citizens get more respect and value in some countries, whereas young people get the same in other countries. I will discuss both views and put forward my arguments


On the one hand, it is quite common in some countries, such as Pakistan, to respect the old people as it is a tradition which encourages people to do so. In other words, they are considered respectable at the Individual, societal and governmental level, where the more the elder person, the more they are valued. This might be because of the time and devotion that they have given to their family, society and country. Also, some countries with an aging population acknowledge old people valuable as they have no substitute for these people. For example, almost 70% of the population is old in Japan, and all systems of the government systems are run by these elderly, and, therefore, old citizens are valued and respected in these countries.


On the other hand, countries with more young generation consider young people more valuable. This is because young minds are more enthusiastic and creative, which helps build a society effectively. In addition, young people in this modern world are keener to learn new technology, which is integral for the development of a country. For instance, India with the highest young people in the world is creating more computer software and start-ups to help society, which ultimately benefits the county’s economy . Thus, young people earn more respect in these countries.


In my opinion, the young and old both should be respected and their work, which they have done in their life, should be valued at personal level. Both are important for a society, and a country, as young people are more energetic, creative and old being are more experienced.


In conclusion, young are thought to be more valuable in some countries while elderly are more respected in other countries. I believe that both have their own significance and both should be given respect.

Older citizens get more respect and value in some countries, whereas the opposite is true young people get the same in other countries where youth is highly valued. I will discuss both views and put forward my arguments

You just repeated the essay instructions. That is not proper for your answer.. Write a thesis statement. you must answer the essay prompt. Give your opinion. You should take a definite stance, and not say "I have no opinion on this subject."

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Although in my country, our elders are put in very high esteem, I believe that...


On the one hand, it is quite common in some countries, such as Pakistan, to respect the old people as it is a tradition which encourages people to do so. In other words, they are considered respectable (wrong word) at the Individual, societal and governmental levels, where the more the elder person, (wrong phrasing. the older the person, the...) t"he more they are valued. This might be because of the time and devotion that they have given to their family, society and country. Also, some countries with an aging population acknowledge old people as being valuable as they have no substitute for these people. For example, almost 70% of the population is over 65 is old in Japan, and all systems of the government systems are run by these senior citizens elderly, and, therefore, old citizens are valued and respected in these countries. (You are giving an example of one country, Japan).

On the other hand, countries with a more youthful population young generation consider young people more valuable. This is because young minds are more enthusiastic and creative, which helps build a dynamic and thriving society effectively. In addition, young people in this modern world are keener to learn new technology, which is integral for the economic development of a country. For instance, India with the lowest average age highest young people in the world, is creating more computer software and start-ups to help society, which ultimately benefits the county’s economy . Thus, young people earn more respect in these countries.


In my opinion, the young and old both should be respected and their work, which they have done in their life, should be valued at personal level. Both are important for a society, and a country, as young people are more energetic, creative and old being are more experienced.


In conclusion, young are thought to be more valuable in some countries while elderly are more respected in other countries. I believe that both young and old have their own significance and both should be given respect.

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