Some people like to try new things, for example, places to visit and types of food. Other people prefer to keep doing things they are familiar with. Discuss both these attitudes and give your own opinion.
Some people prefer to perform
similar (Similar to what? Similar is not the same as “same” or “familiar”. LR issue.) familiar activities as they feel hesitate (1) to explore, while in my opinion discovering new things in terms of clothes, cuisine, traveling locations gives a sense of satisfaction.
- HESITATE = verb. Option 1: they feel hesitant. Option 2: They hesitate. GR issue
Some individuals follow the same routine such as wearing
similar (Oops!) clothes, eating at few particular restaurants, and visiting same travel destinations (2) as they fear exploring something different will involve (IELTS people may not object, but the right word here is FORCE.) them into a situation with which they would not be able to cope up. Eating at a Chinese restaurant, for instance, involves the risk of not liking the food and wasting money if you are used to the Punjabi cuisine. (Build strong arguments.) Moreover, they have lesser expectations from their lives and are delighted with current circumstances. For example, a report published by the Taj hotel revealed that 65% of their customers are fixed, who spend every weekend in their hotel, eating the same buffet every week. However, similar things this attitude (behaviour) reduces the level of excitement.
2. Okay! Let us restructure this sentence and remove “follow the same routine”. You’ll notice that it does not change the meaning of the sentence in any manner. Some individuals wear the same clothes, eat at a few specific restaurants and visit the same tourist destinations regularly.
On the other hand, I support the view that experiencing different situations increases the satisfaction level of individuals. (GOOD) Visiting numerous locations, changing the style of clothing, and trying various dishes increases the confidence level and provides (wrong verb form) thrill, adventure and a chance to explore different cultures and traditions which
improves improve (Wrong verb form. Can you guess why these verb forms are incorrect?) level of satisfaction. For example, a survey conducted by the Indian Tourism Department in 2018 revealed that , the people who travel to new spots every year to explore different locations and try local food gets get (wrong verb form) a sense of satisfaction and regain strength for their routine task.
In conclusion, conducting familiar activities ensure constant lifestyle with fewer modifications, but performing
innovative new things provide life time experience and satisfaction.