restaurant industry

In this argument, the author reaches the conclusion that the surge of the restaurant industry in the country of Spiessa can be expected to continue in the coming years. Rising personal incomes, additional leisure time, an increase in single-person households, and greater interest in gourmet food are cited as the main reasons for this optimistic…

Argument7-Medicine

In the given argument, manager of the medicine Inc. concluded that profit of his company is will continue to increase indifferent to economy and suggest to open additional drugstore in following year. I think the conclusion is based on some ungrounded assumption. He might have over-estimated the business analysts contention. I will repudiate his conclusion…

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Work helps us to get ideas, skills, and communication styles along with money for to continue day to day schedule. In my opinion, it is better to work and get money for living. I feel this way for two reasons, which I will explore in the following essay. To begin with, by working people get…

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The business manager of Medicine, Inc. utilizes this memo to recommend that Medicine Inc. is likely to continue its profitable business despite a weak national economy and therefore, Medicine Inc. should plan on opening an additional drugstore in the coming year. The arguer supports his recommendation by citing the statements of business analysts, most of…

Trial of new things

Some people want to try new things while some want to continue same task everyday. It all depend upon nature and interest of people. people who want easy life will continue with same routine but if somebody want to stand different they try to invent new idea. Even I prefer to try new things because…

some points pancakes

The manager of the company explained reasons for his assessment of the reaction of the customers to substitution of margarine for butter. His reasons are plausible, but with bit gaps. I would like to point out these gaps and add possible explanation of my own to the behavior. Firstly, he argues that negligible percentage of…