2019年10月26日托福独立口语范文：Some people think that risk-taking activists such as rock-climbing and skydiving requires a lot of bravery，while others think this is not brave, but simply foolish. Which view do you agree with and explain why.
I always dream of skydiving and climbing the highest mountains, but Tm also aware of how much courage I need to have for trying on them.
Firstly, these extreme sports often require to overcome fears mentally. For example，I’m afraid of height from very young age. I dare not look down from the window even if its’ just 10th floor, let alone climbing mountains that are thousands of meters high. Although physically Tm healthy and well qualified to climb high mountains or skydive, I struggle a lot in having the courage to take on the first step.
Secondly, because I believe everyone has their own preferences and choices, no one should comment others5 choices as silly or incorrect. Instead, we should encourage our friends who are willing to try these extreme sports to take on the courage and don’t regret.
Personally speaking, I think these activities entail great courage. For example, when you are having the skydiving, you will get some feelings such as wind blowing heavily, dropping down quickly, losing control easily, even zero gravity and soon, just like some trainings for pilots or astronauts, people need to overcome the unusual, unsteady or uncertain feeling, which is quite different from the stable feeling when you are walking on the street. Now that people need to challenge themselves and overcome fear when doing such activities, and not everyone dare to experience such activities, how can you say such activities are foolish? That’s my opinion.