464 Kids and Phones

Ruth: So Akane, what do you think about children today mobile phones?


Akane: Mobile phones? Well, I mean, I think they be a good thing, I mean for safety reasons.


Ruth: Really?


Akane: Yes if I was a parent I think I would feel knowing that my child had a mobile phone and I could get touch with them whenever I need to, and if something happens, like an , then they will be able to use the mobile phone.


Ruth: You see I would argue that they're quite actually, because children don't really have the best attention anyway, and often they could, for example, walk into the road they were talking on their mobile phone and generally not pay attention, so I don't think they're very .


Akane: Well that's a good point, but that could also teach them as well. If mobile phones are unsafe, I mean bicycles could be unsafe and toys could be unsafe, but that's all part of up, and I think that if you teach them responsibility, it shouldn't be a big .


Ruth: But I think fewer children these days play on bikes than they to; I think children are more upon technology, and I see that as a definite negative thing because children don't play out as they used to before. They just in and watch TV and play on computer .


Akane: True, true. I suppose so, but you know technology is a in our lives, and in the future if we want them to become in using technology and taking advantage of technology, then I think it would be a good way to start.


Ruth: Don't you think they are expensive though? I mean, don't…


Akane: Oh yeah, they are.


Ruth: If I was a though I would not want my child to be phoning people left, right and because it would cost so much money.


Akane: Well you could be right about that. They do a lot of money.


Ruth: Oh, I'm glad you agree. Well, yeah, like at least we agree about now.


Akane: sure.



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