Should our government encourage more foreign workers to seek employment in this country?Yes; foreign workers have much to teach
employees from this country about how to be more productive and efficient. Argument strong / Argument weakNo; wages of this country’s workers may be lowered because of the increased competition for the same number of jobs. Argument strong / Argument weak
Including foreign workers with excellent proficiency in the corresponding field will not merely influence the productivity but it would inculcate their techniques, ideas which would be distinct from the ones being used in our nation and will also help to know about the work culture prevailing there. This would also be beneficial in order to blend the two nation's work advancements and culture to produce an entirely innovative thought or idea. But too much inclusion will not only snatch the employment opportunities from our citizens but may also lead to the dependency on them and leaking of confidential information too. It will also lead to the slow down of the nation's economy.
Because he wanted to show how the worldview is different for different generations.
In "Times Have Changed," we can see how different perspectives, thoughts, and even grandson and grandson perspectives are different, even if they are looking at the same things and the same elements. The author does this to show that there are no right or wrong opinions between these two characters, but different opinions due to the generations they belong to. In summary, the author states that different generations think and see the world in different ways because they were lived in different ways, which makes them have constructions of thoughts that are completely different from each other.
If something is ambiguous, the pronoun is not specific. For example, number one is correct. "They were smiling, pleased, and happy." This could refer to either the people in the audience or the rock band. Does this make sense? 1. Ambiguous "The rock band waved to the smiling, pleased, and happy people in the audience." 2. Unambiguous 3. Unambiguous -- simply due to syntax 4. Ambiguous "Some British and French students took part in a foreign exchange, but unfortunately both ethnicities disliked the food." 5. Unambiguous -- although "with her" should be a bit more specific.