Talk about a decision made by someone, but you disagreed: You should say:
- What was the decision?
- How was it made?
- What you disagreed with?
- And explain why you disagreed with it?
Well, I don’t like to impose my decisions on others and similarly, the same thing I do apply to me. Here I would like to talk about a time when one of my friends, who had been working with me in a college, made a decision to watch a movie in a theatre. Actually, it was made during the weekdays. I was totally contrary to the idea because it was impossible for me to take time off due to an inadequate number of staff available in the college as well as the distance from my home to the theatre was too tiring/ Actually I persuaded my friend to visit at weekends, and we argued over this thing. It didn’t mean that I didn’t want to watch the movie. I did like it but not during weekdays. I told him to watch it at the end of a week because that time I would be totally free and I can enjoy more; but, she did not agree and started to fall out with me. Moreover, I give her the idea to watch it in our local area because it had been a recently built cinema. In this way, it could save our time as well as money. My friend was insisted on watching it in Chandigarh. So that being the reason I disagreed with him.
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Part 3 Questions Talk About a Decision Made by Someone, but You Disagreed
Question 1:- What skills are necessary when making decisions?
While making a decision person must be wise enough. He or she should have a long-term vision to know the outcomes of his or her decisions. If there is a need to bring some changes, he must be dynamic.
Question 2:- How do you think computers will change the way people make decisions?
Well, computers really changed the way people making decisions. Because now people decide with the help of research that they do on the internet and if they find the decision would be lucrative; then they make otherwise they quit the decision and find other alternatives. So computers help a lot in making decisions.
Question 3:- How can people improve their decision-making skills?
People can improve their decision-making skills by taking older people’s advice, researching on the internet. Moreover, the decision for the short term can prepare them to take long time decisions like the decisions that do not have as much damage as they could have to bear by taking decisions for the long term. People would be able to bring some changes if they don’t get desired outcomes.
Question 4:- Do parents in India allow their children to make important decisions about the future?
In India, children are not allowed to decide independently for their future because parents don’t think they are capable of making the right decision due to their age. Moreover, it is in Indian culture to decide a child’s future is the sole responsibility of the parents. So children are dependent on their parents in making any decisions.
Question 5:- Do you think that parents should make important decisions for their children?
Yes, of course, parents should make an important decision for their children to smooth the running of their lives. Children can take wrong decisions, and this can be the reason for ruining their life. Moreover, they need the guidance of their parents, and it can be a social and financial loss to parents and children as some decisions need money to purchase anything. Some decisions can bring dishonour to parents.
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