The debate "There is nothing that young people can teach The older" was started by
January 2, 2019, 7:57 pm.
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That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
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WiseWords and 3 visitors agree.
Nemiroff, JDAWG9693, Vvvvvvv, Nanjinga_90, politicsislife, goodlo, Debate_Master1011, Kronicle, seefus, wordsmith, Willyis, ridz and 35 visitors disagree.
For example, I know how to read, write, and speak in old norse languages. I'm assuming that you cannot, but I can definitely teach you. Or, I can teach you the whole timeline that we know of in the old norse mythos and how all the gods changed over time. Or, I've been doing martial arts for 13 years, and whether or not you do martial arts as well, I know I've done arts that you have not (Moo Yea-Do is one I know 100% you haven't done) and can teach them to you. Or, I can teach you the whole history and lore about the Elder Scrolls series (not necessarily useful knowledge, but knowledge nonetheless). Those are just a few things I can teach you and I am younger than you. And, none of this is because I'm any smarter than you, it's just because, as I've said before, because I have studied them and you have not, yet.
For example, let's portray that I am an Attorney, and YOU are an Engineer. I CAN teach you all about LAW and everything that is within its proximity.
As I have to teach my grandparents how to use their technology frequently, I can confirm that the young do teach the old XD
Age does not matter when talking about learning. All people learn from all people. I'm 17 and I can guarantee I know things that you do not, simply because you haven't studied them and I have.