The debate "This app have huge amount of teenagers" was started by
October 18, 2015, 8:34 am.
47 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 9 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
JakobBoghora posted 1 argument, dalton7532 posted 1 argument, SwaggerPoptart posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
neveralone posted 3 arguments to the disagreers part.
Sumerian, PsychDave, AstroSpace, WaspToxin, Alex, wayneSPEC, Pikachu, Anas, bigB, ISI, Spy, Ghauri, Sunni, blue, Band_Nerd_24, JakobBoghora, Akshay008, SwaggerPoptart, dalton7532, John_Roel, thereal, Frdsdo17, Bodaciouslady16, harshita, Rajat and 22 visitors agree.
Rtrt1123, why, Blue_ray, Samoh, neveralone, Hijumi and 3 visitors disagree.
I agree that knowledge helps everything. on the word usage it's fine for me I've been a big reader all my life and learning is always a good thing.
yes I plan to go to college. I hope all that u said also holds true.
knowledge is power, but there are plenty of adults who are as stupid or dumber than many teenagers. also, if someone uses concepts or words that are more advanced, ask, or google. learning is a good thing.
you are 18, so you should be heading to college soon, assuming you can afford it. I hope you get the chance and enjoy the experience (it is a lot more free and enjoyable than primary and secondary education which I mostly slept through.) college finally starts putting things together and all the various things you learned before finally click. especially after the intro courses. your schedule is also a lot more flexibile.
it doesn't. idk how old the people I debated against are but with the word usage they use they are in or passed college which depending on the debate should put me at an disadvantage but I seem to do okay.
not sure what age has to do with whether your words are right or wrong.
I am 15 but everyone says I am very mature.
I am 18
Should that not be encouraged? Debating is a way to build upon social and intellectual maturity. It teaches teenagers vital lessons like backing up your arguments, respecting other people's opinions (although Todd's could use some work judging by some discussions) and forming your own opinions. If we can teach this early on, then hopefully we can avoid making the mistakes of today again in the future.
I am 6 and a half
I am 10
i am 17