I’m writing to tell you about the discussion we have had about whether anentrance fee should be charged for parks. 60% of us schoolmates think t hat anentrance fee do not meet people’s expectations, for a park is considered to be aplace where the public can have a good time when they are not busy either a thome or at work. If an entrance fee must be paid by the visitors for a park, itwill be necessary to build a gate and surrounding walls. In the end a city willtake on a bad look. 40% of us schoolmates think that an entrance fee can beaccepted, but it must not be too expensive. The money from ticket selling can beused for paying the gardeners in the par k and buying some other kinds offlowers and trees.
With regard to myself, I think an entrance fee is useful, for it can beused to protect a park. Do we share the same opinion, dear editor?
On-line voting becomes increasingly popular, and many competitions getpeople involved in it. It is beneficial to some people, while it puts othersinto a dilemma over whether to vote or not.
In my opinion, on-line voting is an inseparable part of modern life andshould be welcomed, since it is no more than a way to participate in publiclife. It makes no difference from ordinary voting events, in which candidates goaround to seek supports. In addition, the Internet makes surveying and votingeasy and convenient, regardless of time and space. Furthermore, voting on theInternet makes instant feedback possible.
To be honest, voters sometimes feel annoyed, not because they hate voting,but because they are pided between emotion and fairness. Things will turn forthe better if we can work out some participation rules for people to obey.Therefore, I hold a positive attitude towards on- line voting.