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Dealing with Death | IELTS – TOEFL Speaking Practice

Last updated on April 5, 2021 by in Speaking Practice in English Category with 26 Comments on Dealing with Death | IELTS – TOEFL Speaking Practice, 102 Views and Reading Time: 13 minutes
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26 comments on “Dealing with Death | IELTS – TOEFL Speaking Practice”

  1. To celebrate the World Teachers` Day to one of the best of them in Lelb society; ” It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” — Albert Einstein

  2. ? ⚠️ ATTENTION: Please vote for your favorite topic for the next session. If you cannot vote, for any particular reason, you can specify your vote as a comment here. If you don’t vote, I have to impose topics on you, which I don’t really like.

    • I thinks so. I can realize a deep sorrow on her face. Her messy hair along with her hands and fingers illustrate she is exhausted although she looks young. The necklace which I guess it is belong to her daughter intensify this sad feeling.

    • In my perspective , the lady’s face clearly transfer a great grief which she has felt , on the other hand keeping her doughter’s picture in her hand while she has a gloomy glower on her face proves a deep sadness from the bottom of her heart.

    • I agree with this statement, because the time of death is in fact the deadline of our whole life so we should try to use our time in order to prevent any sense of regret. There is an old saying which says we can find cure for every thing (or every thing has a cure) except death. So definitely we should do our best in order to know the value of our limited time in life.

      • I think it is better to correct the using of punctuation and do not use the repeated conjunction: (for example remove comma after I agree with this statement, )

        I agree with this statement because the time of death is (actually) the deadline of our whole life(.) So(,) we should try to use our time in order to prevent any sense of regret. There is an old saying which says we can find cure for (everything) (or (everything) has a cure) except death. (Hence), definitely we should do our best in order to know the value of our limited time in life.

    • I disagree with this idea, because I never remember any times in which I got motivated owing to thinking about death. Although, some believe that thinking about death brings about higher efficiency of life, I myself suppose that the concept of death could put a damper on the human’s hope.

      • Life and death are not two distinct concepts and we experience them at any moment in our life. Attention to this point makes us to be more grateful for each day as a gift that we live. Gratitude is a powerful emotion that fills you up and you want to do best in your life.

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