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Describe a Piece of Good News That you Heard About Someone You Know Well
You should say:
- What it was
- When you heard it
- How you knew it
- And explain how you felt about it
I would like to talk about the most remarkable news that I received from my cousin. It so happened that my cousin Lee, my maternal aunt’s son, put up the status on WeChat that he was flying to Canada for his higher education after Senior secondary.
Last month, I was scrolling through WeChat when I got a notification; I opened it, and lo and behold! I read his status that he had got his Visa and was going to Canada to do a course in Business Management. My joy knew no bounds. I was indeed on cloud nine! Given how much time my friend spent studying and learning by heart, passing his board exam came as no surprise. All those sleepless nights have definitely paid off! I’m overjoyed about his accomplishment and excited about his opportunities.
Without a doubt, I called him immediately and congratulated him. I told him that I was very happy about his plan, but at the same time, I was a bit angry that he hadn’ told me anything about it before when we met at the family reunion last month.
He told me that it had all been a sudden plan and that he had no intention of hiding anything. He had no intention of going abroad because of his parents who were against his plan. But, Lily had an ultimate dream to study abroad. So, he had a tough time convincing his parents to send him abroad, but then they agreed, and he applied. He was very busy in the application process, but luckily he got the visa on the fifth day after submitting his file.
He has also motivated me to take the IELTS and join him in Canada. That is why I am taking the IELTS. So, this good news I received from my cousin that really made me tickled pink.
1. ls it good to share something on social media?
Yes, from my perspective, nothing’s wrong with sharing online, in fact, it serves as a bridge for people to devise something new or share something informative. However, keep in mind that social media is not a personal diary in which we can share anything, especially when we’re feeling down.
On the other hand, be cautious about what you share online, consider those who will see or read the post you shared. Many people use social media on a daily basis, and what they see there can influence them at some point. For example, a piece of news was broadcast on television last month about someone who was heavily involved in social media and was the victim of cyberbullying as a result of a malicious post. Respectively, that person suffers from depression and may even consider suicide.
As a result, it is preferable to practice being mindful of what you share; if it does not negatively affect you, it will negatively affect others.
2. Should the media only publish good news?
Oh, that’s absolutely zero-sensical! Media is a channel of communication through which we disseminate information such as news, movies, music, education, and so on. People are entitled to know the truth, whether it is good or bad, because the truth is not always rainbows and butterflies. Consider a media that only share glad tidings, people will become muddled，potentially causing more impairment to
In addition, people are drawn to newsworthy articles, content, or videos rather than unrealistic dandy news. To summarize, media upsurge a person’s self-perception that they are well-rounded about current affairs; thus, media should not be biased in the news they broadcast.
3. What kind of good news do people often share in the community?
Well as people face different situations, they also share a smorgasbord of experiences but mostly they create content that is new, thrilling, and captivating. I’d like to highlight travel escapades as the most popular type of content that people are posting these days.
Although jealousy-inducing, travel-related posts are appreciated by many – with social media being the number one source of travel inspiration for millennials. Many people also believe that seeing pictures from other travelers will persuade them to visit a new destination as a new holiday adventure. So make memories, as well as social media status updates, and live in the moment with those who matter most.
4. Do most people like to share good news with others?
Well of course! According to a recent study, taking an intentional approach to sharing positive stories can help leaders boost workers’ morale.
Furthermore, people who enjoy sharing good news are appreciative, and they tend to be happier and more satisfied with life. The bottom line is that sharing good news increases positivity and fulfillment.
Telling others about our happiness has far more advantages than simply remembering or writing it down for ourselves. That explains why net-users are more likely to disseminate news that can bring benefits to people than the troubling news.
5. Do people like to hear good news from their friends?
I don’t see why not! Sharing positive experiences with your friends can strengthen your bond. The key to transforming small moments of goodness into relationship-building gems is how we talk about them frequently and constructively. Your friend is the only person who could be as delighted with your good news as you are. Because how we celebrate good events with our friends predicts our success more than how we fight!
Furthermore, relationships can also benefit when people respond enthusiastically to the good news of others. For example, someone who believes that their friends generally respond to their good news with excitement and enthusiasm is more likely to report higher levels of relationship quality, such as greater trust, intimacy, and relationship satisfaction.
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