Thursday, January 26, 2012

Games are as important for adults as they are for children. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Adults play games as well as children do. Games are important even for adults because they give benefits to adults. We should notice that they are not for only children. There are three reasons for the statement.

First, adults use their brain by playing games. Many games need to use the brain to win. Especially, when two people play chess, one needs to win the opposite. Both struggle to win the game. They need to use their brain as much as possible to win. It makes their brains active. Their brains are still young by using their brain very much.

Second, adults can get fun with children when they play together. Many games are succeeded to generations. Adults teach games to their children. The way to teach is that both play games together. They can get fun by playing them. Children feel these games are amazing. If they feel so, they play the games in their lives, and they succeed them to the next generation.

Finally, adults can refresh without thinking their work. The aim of games is to get fun, but the aim sometimes changes when adults play a game. They bet money. They try to earn money by playing a game. However, that they try to refresh is the same. Even if they bet money, they will be pleased if they win. They do not want to lose money, and they feel happy when their money increases. Adults have pressure in their work. Nobody should not denounce if they are released from their work in a short time.

As mentioned above, games are important for adults. They use their brain, and games are succeeded to generations. Moreover, they can refresh by games. I recommend that adults play games in holidays.

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