IELTS Writing: Making noise

Some people think that they can make as much noise as they want, while others think that the amount of noise people make should be strictly controlled. Discuss both views and include your own opinion and examples.

Recently, as the population bulge, we are regularly living in a noisy environment. However, whether the citizens have the freedom to make noise remains a controversial debate. I agree with the view that if people need to make noise, they should try their utmost to make them at a proper way.

In the first place, some people think that the noise may have bad influence on the daily life. For example, after finishing hard work in the day time, the most-needed thing for people to do is to loose up themselves. Therefore, it would be terrible to have so much ambient sounds during their leisure time.

In addition, too much noise would make their life atmosphere being filled up with abundant unhealthy things which would damage children’s physical and psychological health. This is mainly because it will definitely mislead them who are at impressionable age and can not distinguish right from wrong. The adolescent may imitate what adults have done and that would increase the noisy catastrophe.

However, that is not to say that people are totally forbidden to make any noise. It is no denying the fact that people always confront with huge pressure and suffer from fierce competition in the workplace. Consequently, making much noise such as crying and singing may encourage them to entertain themselves even if this behaviour may interrupt others. But honestly, interrupting others constantly is really immoral.

In sum, though choosing the kind of life style is individual’s rights, people are supposed to learn how to respect others in the bustling society. Only by doing so can we ensure that we could live in a harmonious environment.

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