Young People’s Necessity of Voting


The voting age was lowered to 18 from 20 in Japan. Young Japanese people should have more interest in politics and go voting.  Japanese young people can change the inequallity between older people and young people. Kazuma and Takahiro made this video to show you importance of going voting. (T4J)

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Young People's Necessity of Voting, 2.3 out of 3 based on 22 ratings

22 thoughts on “Young People’s Necessity of Voting”

  1. Very natural English and good to listen. The illustrations help us to understand the story better. 

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  2. You used a lot of graphs, conversations and that’s why your video is very persuasive. It’s also good that you inserted subtitles.

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  3. I think it’s better to change a place to talk.But it’s good to have these words on the screen. Thank you for your information of voting rights.

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  4. The video is very persuasive.
    The noise was too loud, but the subtitles helped us to understand the dialog.

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  5. The amount of information was just good, and it was very persuasive. Great Video!

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  6. I was not interested in politics, but I thought I have to go to election.

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  7. This video is very persuasive, but the tables are so small that I can’t understand the contents.

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  8. This video tells us the importance of voting. Very good!!
    Graphs are effective in our understanding!

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  9. I felt easy to listen to this video. I understood the necessity of youth’s voting.

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  10. I wonder your video might be better if you chose the place with little noise, but the talking with caption is fully easy to understand.
    To raise the rate of participation of young generation to election, is certainly difficult problem, and your topic is interesting.

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  11. I understand why young people should go to vote through this video because an example of gaps between generations are clearly shown in it.

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  12. Your pronunciation is very good. It is very easy to listen. Many illustrations help us to understand the content easily.

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  13. Topic is interesting and your pronunciation is really good.

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  14. It is very persuasive. Sometimes the graphs are hard to watch the detail.

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  15. Overall, it was a good video. Especially, the pronunciation was clear. But if graph or figure was zoomed up more, the video would be better.

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  16. This video is very persuasive, and subtitles help me understand. Moreover pronunciations are very good.

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  17. Your pronunciation is very clear! I get to have interest for votes.

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  18. This video is easy to understand and listen. Pronunciation is very good. But I’m not interested.

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  19. The conversation is smooth and the pronunciation is nice.
    I could learn a lot about voting in Japan.

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  20. Your pronunciation is very good, and it is very persuasive movie.

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  21. Your pronunciation helps me to understand the story. And showing data is also good.

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  22. The use of graphs made me easily understand.

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