TOPIC 21- Talk about an idea or an innovation for the future that is not possible today and can greatly help humanity

TOPIC 21- Talk about an idea or an innovation for the future that is not possible today and can greatly help humanity.

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Alice (English US)

George (English US)

You should say:

What is the idea?

Where did you learn about it?

Why is this idea beneficial for the future?

Why is this idea not possible yet, and what is needed to make it a reality?


An idea that I have thought of to make the planet a better place for human beings in the future is to advocate for “a drive-less program,” which people should follow.

I really thought about this several years ago when I came to the realization that there are many factors affecting the global climate. But a major factor affecting the environment is air quality, which is significantly impacted by air pollution from so many cars on the road.

Noise pollution from vehicles on the roads also causes headaches, high blood pressure, and other heart diseases for a lot of people around the world.

The main purpose of this campaign is to reduce carbon emissions and minimize energy consumption, which is also the main factor contributing to global warming.

Drive Less campaign. It means that instead of driving alone, we should find ways to bike, walk, take the bus, or carpool if possible.

We should try biking to an event, carpooling with friends to a festival, taking the bus to the movies, or walking to pick up lunch.

There are numerous benefits to this campaign. Not only will we be saving on our monthly energy costs, but we will also be helping the environment and improving our health.

I firmly believe that by running this campaign all over the world, and when the public took part in the campaign, the planet would be a better place for us.

I reckon that the reason this campaign hasn’t been implemented yet is because of ignorance.

In order to make it happen, people and governments must unite again to work toward a shared goal.


Alice (English US)

George (English US)

  1. Will humanity continue to advance as quickly with technology in the future as it has for the past thirty years?

It’s an interesting question. I reckon that humans will keep moving forward as fast as technology. Because it is not, the population has never been more educated than before.

  1. Can you elaborate?

I think mathematicians, physicists, and doctors are able to communicate with each other with technology. And it becomes easier for them to make new innovations for humans.

  1. What breakthroughs in technology may people see that will change the fundamental function of society, like the internet these days?

I believe that modern technology has paved the way for multi-functional devices like smartwatches and smartphones. Computers are increasingly faster, more portable, and higher-powered than ever before.

With all of these revolutions, technology has also made our lives easier, faster, better, and more fun.

  1. Will this be positive or negative?

It depends. It’s greatly beneficial because we can use smartphones to entertain or socialize with other people.

But if we get addicted to it, it may affect our health. For example, disrupting your sleep can have a serious impact on your overall mental health. It can impact your memory, affect your ability to think clearly, and reduce your cognitive and learning skills.

  1. How will globalization influence technological advancements in the future?

In my opinion, globalization boosts technological development.

While globalization has been much criticized for its possible negative side effects, our study shows that it has amplified the spread of technology across borders in two ways.

First, globalization allows countries to gain easier access to foreign knowledge.

Second, it enhances international competition—including as a result of the rise of emerging market firms—and this strengthens firms’ incentives to innovate and adopt foreign technologies.

  1. What must society be careful about as this develops?

Social media and mobile devices may lead to mental and physical issues, such as eyesight problems and difficulty focusing on important tasks. They may also contribute to more serious health conditions, such as depression.

The overuse of technology may have a more significant impact on developing children and teenagers. distracting them, disrupting their sleep, and exposing them to bullying, rumor spreading, unrealistic views of other people’s lives, and peer pressure.

  1. How will societies change over the next 10 years?

I reckon that in the next decade, climate change could be worse.

On the one hand, the population of the world will increase a lot. Our environment can be more polluted, we’ll feel less healthy, and the future of coming generations is at stake.

On the other hand, there are various positive changes. I guess that the world will achieve many major successes in tackling diseases such as cancer and AIDS.

We will be converting our vehicles to electric. And there will be more automated cars.

  1. How about the next 50 years?

In the next half century, the human population will probably rise to about 10 billion people. There will be more senior citizens than young people.

We may die sooner because of cancer, and exposure to pollutants remains.

Traffic lights and stop signs may disappear by 2050 because automobiles will gain the ability to communicate with each other.

Robots may become household servants to the higher class as well as the middle class.

People from around the world will convert to electric cars instead of gas cars to protect the environment.

Finally, we will all work from home; there is no need to go to the office.

  1. Some people feel that it is time for unified international taxes, laws, and regulations to be implemented for the better function of a global community. Is this a good idea or not? Why?

This is a tough question. I believe this is a great idea. But I don’t think people are ready for this change because they’re more self-oriented and greedy, but I think globalization will make this change happen on its own.


  1. human beings / humans –n-
  • Nghĩa: con người
  • Phiên âm: /ˈhjuːmən ˈbiːɪŋz/ /ˈhjuːmənz/
  • Ví dụ: Human beings have the ability to think critically and solve complex problems.
  1. Breakthrough –n-/ adj
  • Nghĩa: sự đột phá, bước tiến lớn
  • Phiên âm: /ˈbreɪkθruː/
  • Ví dụ: The discovery of antibiotics was a major breakthrough in the field of medicine.
  1. pave the way for
  • Nghĩa: mở đường cho, tạo điều kiện cho
  • Phiên âm: /peɪv ðə weɪ fɔːr/
  • Ví dụ: Technological advancements have paved the way for significant changes in the way we communicate.
  1. Socialize with – v
  • Nghĩa: giao tiếp, tham gia vào hoạt động xã hội
  • Phiên âm: /ˈsəʊʃəlaɪz/
  • Ví dụ: It’s important for children to socialize with their peers for healthy development.
  1. get/be addicted to
  • Nghĩa: nghiện, nghiện cái gì đó
  • Phiên âm: /ɡet/biː əˈdɪktɪd tuː/
  • Ví dụ: He got addicted to video games and spent hours playing them every day.
  1. Cognitive -adj
  • Nghĩa: liên quan đến nhận thức, nhận thức
  • Phiên âm: /ˈkɒɡnɪtɪv/
  • Ví dụ: Cognitive abilities decline with age, but regular mental exercises can help maintain them.
  1. negative side effects
  • Nghĩa: tác động phụ tiêu cực
  • Phiên âm: /ˈnɛɡətɪv saɪd ɪˈfɛkts/
  • Ví dụ: Some medications may have negative side effects such as drowsiness or nausea.
  1. Bullying –n-
  • Nghĩa: bắt nạt
  • Phiên âm: /ˈbʊliɪŋ/
  • Ví dụ: The school implemented strict policies to prevent bullying among students.
  1. be at stake -idiom
  • Nghĩa: đang đặt vào tình thế nguy hiểm, cảm giác rằng mọi thứ có thể bị mất
  • Phiên âm: /biː æt steɪk/
  • Ví dụ: The future of the company is at stake if they don’t secure new investors.
  1. self-oriented -adj
  • Nghĩa: tập trung vào bản thân, ích kỷ
  • Phiên âm: /sɛlfˈɔːrɪɛntɪd/
  • Ví dụ: He has a self-oriented mindset and always puts his own interests above others.
  1. Greedy -adj
  • Nghĩa: tham lam
  • Phiên âm: /ˈɡriːdi/
  • Ví dụ: The greedy businessman exploited his workers for personal gain.


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