Nowadays mobile phones are becoming more and more popular among the middle school students. In my opinion, we can bring mobile phones to school.

As we know, the 21st century is a modern age and full of information. A mobile phone is one of the quickest tools for us to exchange information. The mobile phone is a fashionable and useful invention, so we ought to make the best use of it. Suppose there’s a sudden accident, it is more convenient for us to dial for help immediately. There’re also some games in the mobile phone. We can relax ourselves by playing them when we’re tired of our studies.

In my opinion, it’s not wrong to follow the fashion, but the most important thing is how to use the mobile phone in a right way.






My Opinion on Cell Phones

Cell phones do play an important role in people’s daily life, but every coin has its two sides.

To start with, as a wirelemobile phone, it’s convenient for the user at any time to contact others. Secondly, it’s a helpful companion. With a multifunctional cell phone in hand, one can easily surf the net, downloading what he needs.

However, the cell phone has many disadvantages. For one thing, the machine itself is very expensive and its local service is very costly, not to mention its global service. For another, the radiation transmitted from the mobile phones might do harm to the user’s health.

In my opinion, with its expenses being reduced sharply, its development will have a brighter future. Therefore its advantages will far outweigh its disadvantages.


Nowadays, with the rapid development of IT, cell phones play a more and more important role in people’s life. But, like everything else, they have both favorable and unfavorable aspects.

First ,it’s useful. As a wirelemobile telephone ,it’s easy and handy to carry it wherever one goes and call the callee however far away he is. Therefore, it greatly facilitates people’s life. Second, it’s convenient. Whenever one meets trouble or something urgent, one can make a call immediately. Most important of all, it’s a very helpful companion. With a multifunction cell phone in hand, one can easily get on the net, browsing the useful information, conducting e-commerce and doing whatever one can do via Internet.

However, just as everything has two sides, the cell phone also has many disadvantages,. To begin with, it’s expensive to buy and costly to pay the bills, esp. that of global service. To make matter worse, it’s also easy to lose and costly to get it repaired. Worst of all, it’s not as clear as a family telephone and sometimes the number dialed is often not available. Last but not least, it’s alleged the micro-waves in it might do harm to people’s health.

In my opinion, with its expenses greatly reduced after China’s entry into the WTO,. Someday most of them will be developed into new Internet-enabled mobile phones, which will be as useful as pocket computers. And I believe its advantages will not only offset its disadvantages, but also far outweigh them.


There are alarms that mobile-phone use is "killing" children, although ‘very slowly’. The question is that, if cell phones are not safe to use, then why adults should be allowed to use them and why kids should be otherwise? Now that an increasing number of medical experts are pointing their fingers at the effects of radiation, parents have to weigh the obvious benefits against the potential health risks regarding their kids carrying handsets.

Many parents think that children should be allowed to use mobile phones as well, if only when absolutely necessary. So, dismissed are claims that mobile phones are entirely harmful. To begin with, harmful or not, it is not difficult to recognize several advantages. On the one hand, working or travelling parents could find it easier to keep in touch with their children. On the other hand, children could communicate with their families, especially in emergencies. Besides, a smart phone has actually become a popular toy featuring a variety of fun ranging from MP3 to camera to the Internet. In addition, these days a mobile phone is not expensive to buy while calling plans have become more affordable.

Nevertheless, warnings about the effects of radiation are getting ever louder. Critics begin to argue that possible unknown health risks related to the phone consumption could appear in much later life among children. According to recent reports, such radiation is likely to cause DNA damage because young children are supposed to be ledefensive. For that matter, it is probable that radiation could penetrate children"s thinner and softer skulls with more facility. Specifically, constant exposure could affect mental function and increase chances of brain cancer and ear tumor. In short, believe it or not, young children now being addicted to this modern communication device might fall victims to dangerous diseases in 30 years or less.

Eventually, the debate seems to focus on the importance of parental control regarding to what extent young children should be allowed to use mobile phones for their own benefits and at their own risks. At this point, everybody might know that mobile phones could be "killing slowly" and causing death in the long run, and so what? It seems, however, that nobody is in such a hurry to that fate.


As is shown in the cartoon given above, though sitting together for dinner, people do not chat with each other but use their mobile phones to do various kinds of things, such as calling, texting, taking pictures and playing games. It seems that people depend on their mobile phones so much that their face?to?face communication with each other is getting leand less, which has become a problem that should not be ignored.

Every coin has two sides. While we affirm and enjoy the convenience and amusement that mobile phones bring us, we cannot deny that dependence on them also result in some inconvenience. On one hand, depending on mobiles makes people more indifferent. On the other hand, if we become too reliant on cell phones, our face?to?face communicative skills may decline. Moreover, cell phone dependence harbors other disadvantages. For example, the radiation phones emit is hazardous to our health if we use them too much.

To solve the problem, I won?t suggest that we discard mobile phones as giving up eating for fear of choking. Nevertheless, we should keep a certain distance form mobiles lest we should suffer from mobile phone dependence, and exchange words face to face with our relatives and friends as possible as we can. Only in this way, can we not be driven by material things but maintain our physical and mental health as well as our independence.


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