While many people believe that we should give animals equal rights to humans, others view them as a reasonable source of food, as well as other useful qualities.
Notice how I changed “feel” to “believe” and “employ them…” to “view then as a reasonable source…” I have carefully changed the wording to avoid any more repetition than just a few key words.
I believe that it would be wrong to do this, and it would therefore be impossible to enforce the idea of compulsory training for parents.
Besides, even if parents could be forced to attend, I doubt that people would agree on what good parenting entails, and so it would be difficult to create a parenting course to suit everyone.
I started with a basic, general sentence and then developed it further.
It is now ready for the main body paragraphs to explore the ideas expressed above.
- Many adults are too busy with work and other commitments- They may miss sessions, and would they therefore be punished?
- It would be impossible to force prospective parents to attend- Different parenting styles, impossible to create a course that suits everyone And here's my 5-sentence paragraph using the ideas above: In my opinion, the idea that all future parents should take a parenthood preparation course is completely impractical.
Some people consider thinking about and planning for the future to be a waste of time.
They argue that people should simply live in the moment. Use at least one personal example in your response.