Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Television advertising directed towards young children (aged two to five) should not be allowed. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Nowadays, there are lots of television advertisements, it is one of the best strategies to fascinate consumers towards their products. Some people believe that young people should be restricted from TV advertisements, however, others prefer to watch such advertisements. In my opinion, It is better to allow young children to watch advertisements. I believe this for a couple of reasons, which I will elaborate on in the following essay. To begin with, we could not always predict while such advertisements come on the television and we could not aware always of such advertisements and some advertisements for young children is really beneficial to enhance their mental as well physiological developments. When they saw such inspirational ads at that time they mimic such activities in their daily life. For example, My little brother just turned four years, he saw an advertisement on the television in which children are plays by reading a colorful book and with amazing pictures. After that, he demanded such type of book and he has now become excellent at remembering the English alphabet as well some basic name of animals. Secondly, If we don't allow young children from watching ads, they start to carry and quarrel. So, it's better to give permission to watch. Furthermore, sometimes they really become more aggressive and distort some appliances. For instance, last month, I restricted my nephew, who is three and a half years young, from watching some ads at that time he cried with a clamorous voice and he could not calm down for two hours. Finally, he entered alone in the kitchen and damaged the rice cooker. If we allow them to watch advertisements at that time, we could be safe from such action of the child. In conclusion, It's better to allow watch children-oriented advertisements because they are beneficial to the development of the child and we could avoid some adverse consequences of the child's action.
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