- تاریخ ارسال : جمعه 9 دي 1390
- بازدید : 516 مشاهده
I am writing to you about your article in last Sunday’s newspaper,“Cell
Phones Make Life Easier.”You did an excellent job explaining the good
points of cell phones;they’re convenient,we feel safer always being able
to call someone,and they are very helpful in business.On the other hand,
you didn’t talk about their bad points at all.Thus,I hope you’ll let me give
your readers some advice on cell phone etiquette.
The first point I’d like to address is loudness.When talking face to face
in public,you wouldn’t shout.Likewise,don’t shout when you talk on your
cell phone in public.In fact,the microphones in cell phones are so
sensitive that you can be heard even if you speak quietly.Furthermore,
keep your ringer nice and quiet-and don’t let it ring in meetings,at the
Another point that needs to be made has to do with personal space.I
think it is very impolite to make calls in small spaces or crowded rooms.
This makes others uncomfortable and forces them to listen to your
personal business.Additionally,it stops many face-to-face conversations
from ever beginning;that’s why I never use my cell phone within three
meters of other people except in emergencies,and only after asking
Lastly,let me draw your readers’sttention to the dangers of doing tho
things at the same time.For instance,cell phones and driving are a bad
combination.Pay attention to the road!Likewise,cell phones can cause
you to neglect good friends.Give friends who are with you your full
attention.Turn off your cell phone and enjoy their company!