A friend of yours has received some money and plans to use all of it either
- To go on vacation
- To buy a car
Your friend has asked you for advice. Compare your friend's two choices and explain which one you think your friend should choose. Use specific reasons and details to support your choice.
I advise my friend to spend his money on a car. A car is a much better investment. It is useful, it lasts a long time, and, most of all, my friend can use it to take me places.
A car is a very useful thing. If my friend buys one, it will be easier for him to get to school and work. He could even get a different job farther from home. He can help his parents with his car by going shopping for them. A vacation, on the other hand, is nice but not practical. It is not something my friend can use in his daily life. It is just a luxury.
A car lasts a long time. If my friend gets a good model and takes care of it, he can drive it for years. A vacation, on the other hand, is short. It lasts only a few days or weeks. Then my friend will be left with nothing but memories.
If my friend gets a car, then I will benefit. My friend can take me places with him. We can go to movies or for drives in the countryside. My friend might even be nice enough to drive me around while I do my errands. He wouldn't be able to share his vacation with me, however. I don't think he has received enough money to invite me along.
My friend shouldn't waste his money on a vacation. It isn't practical, it doesn't last, and he can't share it with me. Buying a car is the best use for his money.