Every conversation has a potential way to develop an argument and trivial issues. Based on research, more than ten thousands of the United States adults more polarize and more individual. The common problem is each conversation requires a balance between talking and listening, but some of us lose that balance. Moreover, one-third of American adults are more likely to send thousands of text each day, most of them more prefer to text their friends rather than face to face with their peers. Celeste Headlee, as a TED speaker, talks to wide range of people in her life such as kindergarten teacher, truck driver, billionaire and Noble prize winner. She also says that several advices to make greatest conversation such as eye contact, think about interesting topic and look a note are the crap suggestions. To solve about the problems, Celeste gives some suggestions based on her regular life. Firstly, do not multitasking when you are in a conversation, it means that be present in that moment. Secondly is do not pontificate and close any opportunity of respond.
... develop an argument and
trivialbig, burning, central, critical, crucial, important, key, main, major, vital | wider | minor, side | basic, fundamental | real | contentious, controversial, difficult, thorny | complex | live, unresolved | domestic, global, international, local, national, regional | commercial, constitutional, economic, educational, environmental, ethical, health, moral, policy, political, social, technical, theoretical issues. (apart from other adjectives, "trivial" cannot be collocated with "issue")
- ... than ten thousands of
the United StatesAmerican adults / adults in the United Statesare more polarize ...
commonmain problem is that each conversation requires ...some people fail to have an equal proportion between listening and talking.
- ... most of them
more prefer to text their friends rather than face to face with their peersmeet them face-to-face/directly/personally.
- Celeste Headlee,
as a TED speaker, talks to wide rangevarious types of audience ranging from of people in her life such as kindergarten teacher, truck driver, billionaire andto Noble prize winner.
- She also says that
several advicessome tips/advice to make greatestfascinating conversation such as...
Overall, I can notice that collocation and grammatical range become your major errors. By considering the above-mentioned feedback, I hope that you can gain some improvements later on.