Cách trả lời "Should films and television be censored or should we be free to choose what we see?" IELTS SPEAKING PART 3

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II. Cách trả lời "Should films and television be censored or should we be free to choose what we see?"

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:

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  • Main idea 1: Censorship makes sure a movie or a TV programme is suitable for the general audience. 
    • Supporting idea:  Without some sort of censorship, many cinemas and TV series would include terribly violent and offensive scenes which would ultimately diminish their quality and their acceptance to the family. 
    • Example: 
  • Main idea 2: If no censorship is in place and they are free to watch any movie or programme they want, we would end up having a society with more juvenile delinquency.
    • Supporting idea: 
      • The young generation constitutes a major percentage of cinema and TV audience, and they are often influenced by the movie they watch and by their favourite actors or actresses.
      • The amount of violence, blood-scene, drug abuse and slangs used on TV programmes and movies should also be censored as it might not be appropriate for people of all ages
    • Example: 

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