Why do you think some people are not interested in history?
Which part of the Chinese history do you think is the most important?
People often only remember successful stories in history. Does that mean stories about failures are not important?
Do you think children should learn a second language?
What do you think is difficult for children to learn the second language?
How do you think a good teacher can teach children language effectively?
Do you think it's important for us to protect the environment?
Do you think the school should teach students how to protect the environment?
Who else do you think is responsible for teaching children how to protect the environment?
Why does it take a long time for people to master a skill?
Do you think people prefer to spend time learning a skill that's easy or challenging?
Do you think people are happy after mastering a skill?
Do you think young people and old people can have the same hobbies?
Do you think young people and old people in China have age gaps?
Do you think young people these days are more self-centered than in the past?
I think that would be a good topic.
I guess you can say that's redundant, but to me that is a big point.
I feel women in nontraditional fields go through many experiences where they're made to.
I believe there is at least some casual relationship on the national level.
It seems to me that there're two separate issues here.
I suppose you could learn Russian?
The economic competition is, in my opinion, what is driving this attack on nurse practitioner practice.
What I mean is that I think that a lot of their success and attention has been pretty well deserved.
As far as I'm concerned, you could have it on a lower case or upper case.
From my point of view, Column One is so pie-in-the-sky.
Things tend to be much much more hierarchical and division of labor seems to be a lot more clear, at least, from my perspective.
That's true according to me.