There is nothing that young people can teach older people : Lovely Essay


I found this funny essay in an ancient folder of my laptop. This file was created in 2005. That should be the time I was the 12th grader, when I wanted to take a TOEFL test. Today, 2011, I have a chance to read my old essay again. I found it was really cute, how I thought about the older people when I was that age. Currently, my attitude has changed a lot, and I feel my English is much better.

Anyway, I have to say, thank you for reading.
Even this essay is too childish, it is also © All Rights Reserved : The Sw Eden (สว อิเฎล). Please respect the laws for that.

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2005 ESSAY
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There is nothing that young people can teach older people.

I don’t believe that adult can think, remember and have the new idea better than the child because of oldness, frame and arrogance.

Adults in the present were born in the past; they learned and remembered the old custom. Their teacher made them believe it’s the good thing to do. Now the society is changed. The new teachers give the freedom of ideas to their students, so the students can use their brain for new creation. A good example of this is the old composer and the young composer can write on the new-fashion melody line. Moreover, the most audiences are the young so the young composer’s song will be the most favorite. It is hard to accept that the old people can use all of their ordeals because their brains are re-developed and can’t remember the correct ordeal. Although they can remember it, it may not use in the present. For their many experiences, their modesty will be lost if they argue with the younger. And they also feel the younger aggressive while it’s right.

All of the old people’s silliness can be more when they are older if they don’t attend to accept the new news, tradition, information and listen to the clever younger.

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