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Task 1: (Chờ Vietop cập nhật sau nhé!)
In some parts of the world it is increasingly popular to research the history of one’s own family. Why do people want to do this? Is it a positive or negative development?
With the development of technology, it is now more feasible for people to study the history of their ancestors. There are several rationales that encourage modern citizens to conduct this research. In my perspective, I assume that this may be a breakthrough movement of human beings to identify their roots which would be exemplified with some lucid examples during the course of this essay.
At first, tracing back the history of an important family can aid descendants in understanding thoroughly their ancestors as well as locate distant relatives. For instance, studying the bloodline may not only assist historians in identifying more information on the history of their countries but also help royal members locate their distant intimates. This would be particularly useful in countries with much turmoil in their recent history. Additionally, for ordinary yet extended families with hundreds of members, family tree research may be necessary in order to create a helpful graph that enables younger generations to recognise their forebears and roots.
Nevertheless, because not everyone can afford it, it is not always feasible for regular citizens to carry out this kind of research. In reality, conducting this kind of study sometimes necessitates spending a sizable sum of money to employ expert researchers and historical specialists. Additionally, it frequently requires a lot of time and resources, and few families have the patience to wait for the outcomes. Additionally, not every outcome can benefit a family and might have an impact on a person’s life. For example, in cases of having a notorious great grandparents, an individual could become more timid when mentioning their family heritage.
In conclusion, while I reckon that understanding a family’s history could provide essential knowledge that helps youngsters fully comprehend their ancestry, it is also important to take into account the obstacles that this might deliver.
- Rationale (n): lý do
- Lucid (adj): rõ ràng, thực tế
- Descendant (n): hậu duệ
- Bloodline (n): huyết thống
- Turmoil (n): giai đoạn đầy biến động
- Forebears (n): tiền nhân
Notorious (adj): khét tiếng
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