Describe Something You Would Like To Learn in The Future
You should say:
- What it is
- How you would like to learn it
- Where you would like to learn it
- Why you would like to learn it
- And explain whether it’s difficult to learn it
I’d like to talk about cooking which I believe to be of utmost significance for my future. There are many factors that can support my claim.
First, as is common knowledge, food is essential for survival. It is a basic need as a result.
Second, I enjoy cooking and it makes me happy when I try to make something, even when I fail. However, I also want to pursue higher education abroad. No one who is truly very close to my heart is therefore present where I want to go. As a result, nobody will prepare any food for me other than my mother.
In addition, my parents have always insisted that eating a home-cooked meal is preferable to eating fast food because it provides us with more nutrition, which guards against diseases like obesity, hypertension, heart attacks, and other conditions. Since I am also health-conscious, I always give priority to a healthy diet over fatty or unhealthy foods.
The good news is that I can learn this skill from a variety of sources. I’m sure my mother, who is a talented cook, will teach me the fundamentals of this activity. I can learn more about this skill without it with the aid of social media platforms like YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and given that it is a reliable source of income and enables me to live comfortably, this skill may prove to be very helpful in the future.
1. What subjects are popular with young adults today?
Popular subjects among young adults today can vary widely based on their interests and personal goals, but some of the most common topics include technology and digital media, business and entrepreneurship, psychology, environmental science, and health and wellness. Additionally, areas such as creative arts, politics, and social issues can also garner significant interest.
2. What’s best age for young people to make decision about their future studies?
The best age for young people to make decisions about their future studies varies, as it depends on the individual’s development, maturity and interests. However, typically it is recommended to start exploring options in high school and make a final decision during the last years of high school or early in college.
It is important for young adults to gather information and make informed decisions about their future studies. It is important for young adults to gather information and make informed decisions about their future studies.
3. Why do some people prefer to study alone rather than in a group?
Some people prefer to study alone because they find it more effective for their learning style and can concentrate better without distractions. Additionally, they may feel more comfortable with the pace of their learning and have control over their environment and resources. Some people also may prefer the solitude of studying alone and find it helps them to focus and avoid any peer pressure.
4. What are the ways people can learn practical subjects, such as cooking?
People can learn practical subjects like cooking by attending cooking classes, watching cooking shows, practicing at home, or reading cookbooks. They can also learn through hands-on experience, by cooking for friends and family or by working in a restaurant. Additionally, people can also learn through online resources, such as video tutorials, food blogs, and cooking apps. By trying different methods, people can find the best way that works for them and develop their cooking skills.
5. Which makes young people choose a major, income or interest?
In my opinion, students choose a major based on their interests. It goes without saying that selecting a major is a significant choice, one that many students struggle with. Compared to someone who just graduated from high school, you as a nontraditional student probably have more life experience and a clearer idea of what you want to do. In college, students develop their ability to process new information, apply previously undeveloped skills, and become more globally aware.
Having said that many skills are transferable from one profession to another. They consider what they believe they would have a whale of a time doing rather than planning too far ahead and choosing a career that will make them a lot of money. They see themselves becoming experts in their field because it is something they are genuinely passionate about. They might then have a large network of professional contacts and a clearer understanding of their personal priorities. In short, young people choose a major that is meaningful to them while putting financial considerations aside.
6. Do young people take their parents’ advice on choosing a major?
I can say that the majority of young people take their parents’ advice into account. One is that they think their parents have had a significant influence on how their careers have developed. Teenagers occasionally end up making poor career decisions. Parents can at least help their children make wise decisions even if they do not choose their career for them. Two, some children find that their parents’ advice is a huge help in pointing them in the direction of the best career path. They strongly believe that no parents would like to spoil their child’s future by making a wrong decision.
Not to mention, young people think their parents have much more life experience than they do. Since they have a more comprehensive view of the world than they do, their judgment would be more sound. As a result, they end up taking their parents’ advice when deciding what major to pursue.
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