Some people think that newspapers are the best way to learn news. However, others believe that they can learn news better through other media. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Someone claims that the best method to collect news is to read newspaper, whereas the remainder considers media as a better approach to learn news. In my opinion, both of aforementioned views have its own advantages and disadvantages.

Reading newspaper is a traditional method to learn news. Nowadays, despite the fast development of the internet, many people still choose to learn news through newspaper. First of all, when reading news via newspaper, people appear to be more peaceful. Besides, newspaper’s content and format are often carefully rechecked and edited by publisher. Therefore, their quality, from my point of view, is higher than that of the media. Furthermore, reading a newspaper has not a significant effect on people’s health whereas people learning new via media might face some problems with head and eyes.

Meanwhile, nowadays, learning new via media is progressively popular to people. A benefit of the media is that it allows people to read news everywhere and everywhen they need. Besides, news in media can be updated time by time. Obviously, this makes media becomes more flexible than newspaper for people to learning news. However, as previously stated, media has its own disadvantages, such as low quality of news, and negative effects on people health. Therefore, this approach needs to be used in a limited amount of time.

In conclusion, learning news through newspapers and through media has its own advantages and disadvantages. I appreciate both of them as they can order people more sources to learn news. Each person can choose his or her suitable source or even both. The results depend not only on by which source we use but also on the way we use them.

Someone (That means one person) claims that the best method to get the collect news is to read the local newspaper, whereas the remainder (Do all the other 7 billion people in the world share this opinion?) considers media as a better approach to learn news. In my opinion, both of aforementioned (Remove this antiquated word from your vocabulary list. It is really stilted, snobbish and stuffy to the modern reader's ear. Besides, you have used it incorrectly. Use demonstrative adjectives. That is their purpose.) these views have its (wrong pronoun - there are two of them. "Its" refers to one thing.) own advantages and disadvantages.

This is not an advantages/disadvantages essay. Do not answer the wrong essay type.


Reading newspaper (wrong form) is a traditional method to find out what is happening around us. learn news. (repetitive) Nowadays, despite the fast development of the availability of internet access points, many people still choose to learn news (repetitive) through newspaper. First of all, when reading news via from a newspaper, people appear to be more confident since the peaceful. Besides, newspaper’s content and format are often carefully rechecked and edited by the publisher. Therefore, their quality, from my point of view, is higher than that of the media (The media means television and radio as well as newspapers and magazines. Do you distrust the TV channels and radio broadcasts such as the BBC?) Furthermore, reading a newspaper has not a significant effect on people’s health whereas people learning new via media might face some problems with head and eyes. (I do not understand how listening to the BBC on the radio can harm one's eyes. It seems to me that one uses their eyes to read a newspaper, and the print can be quite small, leading to eyestrain.)

Meanwhile, nowadays, learning new via media is progressively popular to people. A benefit of the media (You have not told the reader what you mean by "the media", so the reader is very confused.) is that it allows people to read news everywhere and everywhen they need. Besides, news in media can be updated time by time. Obviously, this makes media becomes more flexible than newspaper for people to learning news. (wrong form, also very very repetitive.) However, as previously stated, media has its own disadvantages, such as low quality of news, and negative effects on people health. Therefore, this approach needs to be used in a limited amount of time.

In conclusion, learning news through newspapers and through media has its own advantages and disadvantages. I appreciate both of them (Both is two. You have not mentioned two. "The media" is defined as television, radio, print, and official websites that are controlled by authorities. "The media" in its formal definitions does not include "social media", blogs, and other random internet websites.) as they can order people more sources to learn news. Each person can choose his or her suitable source or even both. The results depend not only on by which source we use but also on the way we use them. (Do not add new ideas in the conclusion paragraph.)

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