Topic: It has been believed that people who read for pleasure have developed imagination and good language skills than those who prefer to watch TV. Do you agree or disagree?

There is a belief that people who entertain by reading could be more imaginative and practice languages better than those who would rather watch TV. In my opinion, both of these entertainment methods have the equal benefits.

Firstly, some people believe that reading books without illustrations would stimulate their creativity and imagination. This argument could be true in some extents. For example, the scientists discovered that human brain has mechanism to build its own characters and scenes described in words and sentences. However, television programs like a tool which make words come alive by virtual and sound effects. For instance, it is difficult to help children to understand phenomenon caused by natural process around us if we do not use eye-catching illustrations and sounds effect simultaneously which paper documents could not support for readers.

Secondly, it could not deny that if reader collect new words and grammars from books, magazine and newspaper, it is the good way to learn language. However, language skills have many aspects and reading only one part of it. The other important skills are listening and speaking which are only improved by listening audios and see images on TV. A typical example is a new method to learning English which are becoming popular on educational TV shows. This method is close-up of mouth talking then audiences could imitate the shapes of speaker’s lip and tongue to practice their pronunciation.

Taking all of this into account, while reading can help people to improve their imagination and language skills, I believe that TV programs have the same advantages those fields.



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Topic: It has been is believed that people who read for pleasure have developed a better imagination and good better language skills than those who prefer to watch TV. Do you agree or disagree?

There is a belief that people who entertain themselves ("people who entertain" are people who have parties and dinners in their hose for other people.) by reading could be more imaginative and write practice languages better than those who would rather watch TV. In my opinion, both of these entertainment methods have the equal benefits. (You did not answer the question: Do you agree? Here are some possible answers: Yes, I agree completely. / No, I do not agree at all. / I partially agree. / I neither agree nor disagree. / )

Firstly, First, some people believe that reading books without illustrations (That restriction was not in the topic. ) would stimulate their creativity and imagination. This argument could be true to in some extents. (wrong form) For example, the scientists discovered that the human brain has a mechanism to build its own characters (Wrong word) and scenes (wrong word) described in words and sentences. However, television programs like a tool which make (wrong form) words come alive by virtual and sound effects. (Fragment, incomplete sentence) For instance, it is difficult to help children (Off-topic. The topic is about adults, not children.) to understand phenomenon (wrong form) caused by natural process around us if we do not use eye-catching illustrations and sounds effect simultaneously which paper documents could not support (wrong word ) for readers.

Secondly, Second, it could not deny that if a reader collect new words and grammars from books, magazine and newspaper, it is the a good way to learn a language. However, language skills have many aspects and reading (missing word) only one part of it. The other important skills are listening and speaking which are only improved by listening (missing word) audios and see images on TV. A typical example is a new method to learning English which are becoming popular on educational TV shows. This method uses is close-ups of people's mouths when they are talking. then audiences could imitate the shapes of speaker’s lip and tongue to practice their pronunciation. (You are off-topic again. It is about what people prefer to do in their leisure time, entertaining themselves, not when they are studying or learning a language. )

Taking all of this into account, while reading can help people to improve their imagination and language skills, I believe that TV programs have the same advantages those fields.

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Topic: It is believed that people who read for pleasure have developed a better imagination and better language skills than those who prefer to watch TV. Do you agree or disagree?

There is a belief that people who entertain themselves by reading could be more imaginative and write better than those who would rather watch TV. I neither agree nor disagree with this opinion because both of these entertainment methods have equal benefits.

First, some people believe that reading books would stimulate their creativity and imagination. This argument could be true to some extent. For example, scientists discovered that the human brain has mechanism to build its own characters and the surrounding described in words and sentences. However, television programs are like a tool to make words come alive by virtual and sound effects. For instance, it is difficult to understand phenomena caused by natural process around us if we do not use eye-catching illustrations and sound effects simultaneously which paper documents could not provide for readers.

Second, there is no denying that if a reader collects new words and grammars from books, magazine and newspaper, it is a good way to learn a language. However, language skills have many aspects and reading is only one part of it. The other important skills are listening and speaking which are only improved by listening to audios and seeing images on TV. A typical example is a new method to learning English which are becoming popular on many TV shows. With subtitle, which Audiences could enjoy their favorite shows and learn how to pronounce difficult vocabulary and how to use them in life by subtitles inserted by the producers.

Taking all of this into account, while reading can help people to improve their imagination and language skills, I believe that TV programs have the same advantages.

There is a belief that people who entertain themselves by reading could be more imaginative and write better than those who would rather watch TV. I neither agree nor disagree with this (The pronoun "this" is fine by itself.) opinion because both of these entertainment methods have equal benefits.

First, some people believe that reading books would stimulate their creativity and imagination. This argument could be true to some extent. For example, scientists discovered that the human brain has a mechanism ("a mechanism" = the brain has one way, "mechanisms" - there are many ways.) to build its own characters vocabulary? images? memories? and the surrounding environment? / conditions? / circumstances? described in words and sentences. However, television programs are like a tool to (are like dynamic books, they )make words come alive by virtual light and sound effects. For instance, it is difficult to understand phenomena caused by natural processes around us if we do not use eye-catching illustrations and sound effects. Static diagrams in simultaneously which paper documents can could not provide this for readers.

Second, there is no denying that if a reader collects new words and grammars from books, magazine and newspaper, it is a good way to learn a language. However, language skills have many aspects and reading is only one part of it. (The pronoun "one" can stand by itself. "one of many aspects") The other important skills are listening and speaking which are only improved by listening to audios and seeing images on TV. A typical example is a new method to learning English which are (The subject of the verb is singular - "method") becoming popular on many TV shows. With subtitle, (wrong form) which Audiences (wrong capitalization; audiences is the subject of "could enjoy", so "which" is wrong.) could enjoy their favorite shows and learn how to pronounce difficult vocabulary (wrong word - words. We pronounce words. "vocabulary" is a group of words. If you say "pronounce difficult vocabulary," it means you are pronouncing the words "DI-fi-cult vo-CAB-u-lary" ) and how to use them in life by subtitles inserted by the producers.

Taking all of this into account, while reading can help people to improve their imagination and language skills, I believe that TV programs have the same advantages.

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I wonder if I can use "images of characters" in this sentence "scientists discovered that the human brain has a mechanism to build its own images of charactersand the surrounding environment described in words and sentences"??

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Chi Mai "images of characters"

A character might be the shape of a letter or a cartoon or TV character, or a quirky person. It really makes no sense in that context.

The brain has the ability to create memories of objects their surroundings in one's environment.

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