Most people accept that we now live in a globalised world but not everyone agrees that this is beneficial. To what extent is globalisation a positive or negative development?

QuestionsCategory: OpinionMost people accept that we now live in a globalised world but not everyone agrees that this is beneficial. To what extent is globalisation a positive or negative development?
Reginald Vander asked 3 years ago

Globalisation has been being a crux of the noted changes in the current fast-embellishing world, which can be felt more clearly in super cities, especially newly modernized cities like Beijing or Shanghai in China. It benefits us a lot, whereas drawbacks are not easy to be ignored. Personally, I believe that the global world is positively developing more than negatively, and I will explore reasons in this essay.
 
Initially, students like me get more opportunities to study overseas, which was hardly imaginative several decades ago. If I was born in my father’s generation, I would not have any chance to be updated by foreign cultures or knowledge, unless being the cherished boy in a wealthy and powerful family. Furthermore, globalised tourism opens a splendid door for us to see the diversity of the world. World-round trips are no longer dreams even for the most ordinary member in our society, and we can finally enhance tedious geography knowledge to become vivid images and impressions in the favor of which. Finally, my homeland’s international status has been rised because of this amazing enhancement. After all, being integrated in the whole-world trading and political environment is the advancement of reputation climbing. Given these views, globalisation colourfully contributes to the foreseeable future of China and individuals in this nation.
 
I do appreciate the widely accepted opinion, saying that development always comes with a price. And accompanied this fabulous aspect, numerous inevitable side effects like natural containments do really make people suffering. However, measures are still available during this process, and some damages are curable if we stand at a highly international position.
 
In conclusion, even though the cons are marked, they could also play a role like a mirror to reflect any wrong step we made and encourage us to go further to enjoy more pros in the globalisation way.

1 Answers
Nam Phuong answered 3 years ago

Globalisation has been being a crux of the noted changes in the current fast-embellishing (fast growing) world, which can be felt more clearly in super cities, especially newly modernized cities like Beijing or Shanghai in China. It benefits us a lot, whereas drawbacks are not easy to be ignored. Personally, I believe that the global world is positively developing  (positively) more than negatively, and I will explore (present) reasons (for my opinion) in this essay.

Initially, students like me (can) get more opportunities to study overseas, which was hardly imaginative (unimaginable) several decades ago. If I was born in my father’s generation, I would not have any chance to be updated (to acknowledge) by foreign cultures or knowledge, unless being the cherished boy in a wealthy and powerful family. Furthermore, globalised tourism opens a splendid door for us to see the diversity of the world. World-round trips are no longer dreams even for the most ordinary member in our society, and we can finally enhance tedious geography knowledge to become vivid images and impressions in the favor of which. Finally, my homeland’s international status has been rised because of this amazing enhancement. After all, being integrated in the whole-world trading and political environment is the advancement of reputation climbing(???). Given these views, globalisation colourfully (significantly)contributes to the foreseeable (potential) future of China and individuals in this nation.

I do appreciate the widely accepted opinion, saying that development always comes with a price. And accompanied this fabulous aspect, numerous inevitable side effects like natural containments do really make people suffering. However, measures are still available during this process, and some damages are curable if we stand at a highly international position.

In conclusion, even though the cons are marked, they could also play a role like a mirror to reflect any wrong step we made and encourage us to go further to enjoy more pros in the globalisation way.(process)

T.R: 6.0

  • address all parts of task
  • your ideas are good, but you should present it in a more academic way of writing.

C.C: 6.0

  • organize ideas and information coherently

L.R: 6.0

  • you used some academic words in your essays, but some are not appropriate

G.A: 6.0

  • use a mix of complex and simple structure but in some sentences, there are grammatical errors.

Overall: 6.0

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