Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Who usually gets up early, young people or old people?
Câu trả lời 1:
Old people, undoubtedly. It happens because of changes in sleep architecture that occur with age or because of physical and psychiatric illnesses as well as medications used to treat them that just affect the ability of the elderly to sleep. What is more, old people take naps all through the day due to excess of leisure time and having nothing to do, which inevitably leads to sleep disorder and early wakeup. On top of that, they wake up early to make use of every extra minute because they understand that time flies and they don’t have much of it left.
Câu trả lời 2:
I guess young people do. They have so many things to complete during the day that the only possible way to get all of them done is to wake up early and not lose precious time during the day. Getting up early also lets young people enjoy the morning tranquility and, as a result, creates a feel-good factor. Or it gives the young a chance to exercise, which fills them with extra energy and boosts the coming day. The early bird catches the worm, they say, and I couldn’t agree more.