Imagine that you are in a classroom or a meeting. The teacher or the meeting leader says something incorrect In your opinion, which of the following is the best thing to do? •Interrupt and correct the mistake right away. •Wait until the class or meeting is over and the people are gone, and then talk to the teacher or meeting leade. •Say nothing. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Nowadays, the way to express the opposite idea in an association has been a controversial issue. There is no shortage of ways to present different opinions. I think the best way to indicate our opposition is to wait until the end of the session and then talk to the superior. I feel this way for two main reasons, which I will explore in the following essay. To begin with, when a speaker says something wrong, it is rude to interrupt and immediately correct him. The polite way to correct a speaker is at the end of his speech. Drawing from my experience, in a business meeting, one in the audience cut our manager’s speech to correct his mistake. His behavior wasted all the audience’s time and diverted the topic. I think he could act more civilized and be patient and correct the manager after the meeting. Furthermore, staying silent is not a good way when the professor says something wrong in the class. Saying nothing will save the mistake and repeat it next time. For example, when I was a student, I remember once in a class, the professor said something wrong, even though I knew he was wrong, I said nothing. After all these years I still think about this. I mean, it is like an unsolved problem in my mind. In my view, I should have gone to him after class and talked to him about his mistake. In conclusion, I strongly believe that the best way to state our opposing idea is to wait and discuss them with the speaker after the meeting. Because if we come between someone talking, it is impolite and waste the speech time, and if we stay silent and say nothing, the problem will stay in our minds and the speaker never realizes his mistake.
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