Describe Something You Planwant to Learn in The Future (2) (1)

Describe Something You Plan/want to Learn in The Future

Describe something you plan/want to learn in the future. You should say:

  • what do you plan/want to learn in the future?
  • why do you want to learn it?
  • where and how you will learn it?
  • and explain how learning this might help you?

Sample Answer of Describe Something You Plan/want to Learn in The Future

Ok, I intend to become a make-up artist in months to come. It is now becoming a welcome development though borrowed from westerners for people to wear fascinating make-up and costume to pose for a birthday or anniversary pictures even the movie industry has a lot of such professionals. This plan was developed in my mind when my elder sister, who travelled to a foreign country, came back with a lot of materials, a brochure, video clip on how to be a perfect artist, she opened her studio 6months ago and has suddenly become popular, my interests grew stronger when she told me of her plan of relocating to an urban area and leaving her already established studio for me, at first I taught I could never excel in it as soon as she wants me to. However, she introduced me to online tutors books and did a lot of practical sessions with me, although I have learnt most of the skills I need to perfect in all angles in order to take over her business and earn as much as she is doing now, it will also give me a privilege of having double work where I can use my leisure valuable, more so it will attract more friends especially females to me.

Follow-ups of Describe Something You Plan/want to Learn in The Future

Question 1. What skills do students need to master?

Answer:- skill acquisition is important for pupils, for example, female cake production and decoration more so looking into make-up like I did will be of great benefit then for the males, indulging in the repair of gadgets like cell phones, television and so on, I found out even boys are learning catering and decor ions too including embroidery making.

Question 2. Is it hard for students to learn new skills?

Answer:- for interested individuals, it won’t be difficult as it requires interest and commitment, more so, students are still at a young age, and it won’t be difficult for them to assimilate whatever that is being taught to them and they are always eager to explore things and having mastery over whatever they do. Therefore it is easier for young people to learn new things.

Question 3. Is it hard for old people to learn new skills?

Answer:- Although there’s an adage that says that elderly people doesn’t grow old in what they know how to do best, it is quite challenging for them to acquire another skill, this is attributed to their mental capability related to age, some have memory loss while others due to diminishing health conditions may not concentrate while the teaching is going on; however, some of these senior citizens can learn a small craft that they use personally like knitting.

Question 4. Is a good teacher very important for students learning experience? Why?

Answer:- Tutors influence their pupils a lot; they try to copy them and always take their advice, but they can draw students back too; for example, an alcoholic may leave the impression that drinking to stupor is good while a dedicated and hardworking teacher tells the pupil to sit up and work hard, the reasons for this impacts is that children spend the most time at school than at home.

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