Talk about a Time when You Gave Advice to Someone
- Who you gave advice to,
- What the advice was,
- Why you give the advice,
- how do you feel about the advice?
Sample Answer of Talk About a Time When You Gave Advice to Someone
In our daily lives, we frequently offer counsel to others when we believe it is necessary. Giving advice and sharing views with others is a natural part of human nature. I gave a lot of advice to people, especially to my friends and relatives, and one of the pieces of advice I still remember and feel good about was one I gave to one of my college classmates. I told him to keep studying regardless of what happened. Manjot was the friend to whom I offered guidance, and we spoke for more than three hours.
He revealed to me one day that he had been preparing to drop out of college and acquire a job to help support his family. That was, in my opinion, a terrible decision because it would destroy any chance he had in his profession and force him to work in low-paying jobs for the rest of his life. I advised him to stay in college and study diligently. I showed him several examples of people who continue to support their families while continuing their studies. So that was my recommendation to my pal.
Follow-ups of Talk About a Time When You Gave Advice to Someone
Question 1:- Giving and receiving advice is common in your country?
Answer:- yes, I think it is common in each country because there are very less people who can mostly decide on their own.
Question 2:- Who usually gives you advice?
Answer:- if I want tO talk about myself, then my best friend Nikunj always gives me good advice because he is my best friend of mine and he never let me go into trouble.
Question 3:- How do experts give advice to others? (e.g a doctor gives advice to patients)
Answer:- experts have their own way to give advice. For example, someone didn’t like to advise anyone without asking for it. At the same time, some are giving it with free mind without asking.
Question 4:- What advice do parents give to teenagers about making friends?
Answer:- majorly, it contains good virtu, for example, do not drink alcohol or do not smoke. Apart from it they also suggest focusing on their career.
Question 5:- Whose advice is more helpful? Parents’ or friends’?
Answer:- I think we do not have to classify advice accounting personal whoever is given by, instead of it we have to focus of motto of them.
Question 6:- Should children make decisions on their own?
Answer:- umm, well, I would like to say that it depends on the decision. Some decisions should be taken by children whereas some should be by themselves.
Question 7:- How should parents help their children make decisions?
Answer:- Parents are always happy to help their child, so at each and every stage, parents take part to advise their child.
Question 8:- Do parents in your country take decisions for their children?
Answer:- yes, many times because they think that their kid doesn’t have proper knowledge of future, and also they think about kid’s maturity concern so.
Question 9:- Do you think it is advisable to listen to others’ advice when making decisions?
Answer:- Yes, of course, we all have to listen first before making decisions because sometimes that advice may save us from high risk.
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