TOEFL Speaking Task: Many people prefer watching music videos on television or the Internet rather than listening to the songs on their own.

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Many people prefer watching music videos on television or the Internet rather than listening to the songs on their own.

Q- Many people prefer watching music videos on television or the Internet rather than listening to the songs on their own. Which way of experiencing music do you think is preferable and why?

Ans: Watching music videos on the internet or on television, in my opinion, might detract from one’s entire music-listening experience.  This is due to the fact that music listening is an intimate experience, whereas watching films brings a variety of diverse features to the table. This is why I believe that listening to music on its own is a far superior experience. Furthermore, I believe it is best to avoid watching music videos because they are renowned for compressing audio quality to compensate for the video. Another reason why listening to music on their own is preferable is that the audio quality is considerably richer and more profound than in music videos. 

Another reason I dislike watching videos is that they eat a lot of data. For example, if you view a lot of music videos on your phone, it will consume a lot of internet bandwidth. Not only that, but music videos take longer to load, which causes them to delay and disrupt an otherwise seamless music listening experience. Plain audio files, on the other hand, are substantially smaller in file size and do not require much data, resulting in an almost seamless listening experience.

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