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April 22, 2021 at 8:34 pm

Nowadays, we often corporate[wrong word  ] with our classmates or colleagues to finish[/complete  ] big tasks. (Thus, people have a heated debate over how to give feedback about their partners. As far as I am concerned)[cliche  ], giving positive comments (before negative comments)[unclear  ] is a better choice. I feel this way for two reasons, which I will explore in the following essay.[summarize reasons  ]

First of all, giving positive comments first is more (efficient to cope with problems)[unclear  ], and your [the  ]comments are easy to accept [more acceptable  ]because most people prefer to hear compliments from others rather than [ to ]criticisms. (Give positive comments first)[ grammatical error ] can let your partner know (the advantage of their work)[ unclear ]. Thus, your classmates or colleagues can get encouraged and will be eager [ thereby encouraging them ]to improve their works[ word form error ].[ In this situation, your advice is critical for them. And they will accept these negative comments without reservation. For example, although most of us have many mistakes in our assignments, my physics teacher always praises our efforts. After the positive comments, my teacher points out the errors we made. No one will be disappointed by these negative comments. We all listen to his advice and accept his guidance with modesty. But the professor in my creative writing class prefers to criticize our articles first. It is a terrible experience in this class. Each time I receive the professor’s comments, I feel that my work is a mess. I don’t want to revise it, although the professor mentions some highlight points in my assignments after the negative feedback.][ redundant ]

Furthermore, giving positive comments first can help us[could/would  ] leave a better impression on colleagues and classmates. Expressing your appreciation is a great way to show your friendliness. If you give[grammatical error  ] positive feedback friendly, everyone[zero-conditional  ] will [ grammatical error ]feel your kindness and have a positive impression of you. (There are many advantages follow)[ grammatical error ]. You can make more friends in school, or maintain a benign relationship with your co-workers. As a result, you can get more opportunities to collaborate with others, which means you can build excellent teams in your class or company[ in both academic and professional contexts ].

In conclusion, giving positive comments first is more helpful.