Essays by NewUser
Today's world is divided into developed countries with abundance of resources and the poorer countries with absence of even basic amenities. Although the prosperous nations have moral responsibility to help the less fortunate ones, it can be argued that only external help will not be enough for these countries to grow, and equal effort also has to come from them only.
In today era, everything is about competition and each one wants to be above the other. Similarly we identify various cultural issues taking place around the world. Moreover, to over come this issue the cultural educator is preaching the ideas that it believes.
The arguer concludes that Grove College will continue to function as an all girls college. To up hold its verdict, the author cites that the financial support provided to the college will be affected, if the coeducation is adopted. Additionally, the author states that confidence amoungst be students will continue to increase if there is no change in the functionality of the college. However, the author has penned down certain assumptions that have not been addressed completely.
In today's era, as technology increase, there is an rise in the fight for power and position, which results into social problems around the world. These problems are related to environment issues, religious beliefs etc which reside in every part of the globe. Thus a need to over come such issue is felt which can be achieve by preaching the younger generation to participate in the support and development of the earth.
In the above passage the arguer concludes that use of Salicylates can reduce the complains of headaches experience by the people of Mentia. To up hold its verdict the writer cites that Salicylates can be included food products. Additionally he / she states that a large number of the food products contain this chemical, as a preservative or as a flavoring product. However there are a few assumptions made by the writer that have not been addressed completely.
In today's era, the pace of life has increase exponentially and time has become a true commodity. The practicality of having to experience something to accept would defeat the old adage of â€˜learn from others mistakes.' We want quick reasoning for all our queries.
The arguer concludes that if Dillton City encourages companies to setup in the city, it would result in an increase in the financial of the city. To up hold its verdict the author cites that tax benefits would be provided to such companies. Additionally, the author states that such a development can overcome the problem of unemployment in Dillton. However there are a few assumptions made by the arguer that have not been addressed completely.
In today's era people dont think from their heart, they think practically from their experience or the experience of others. No one wants to commit any kind of a mistake and fall back, behind the crowd. Everyone wants a constant and steady growth in their life. To achieve this we no longer think emotionally and make practically correct decisions.
In the argument the arguer concludes that the Solano School (SS) should not continue with its education in music course. To up hold its verdict, the author also states that the money that is saved should be utilized to improve the academic courses. Additionally author also states that by taking such a move there could be an increase of 10% in the over all grades. However there are a few assumptions made by the author that have not been addressed completely.
With the fast moving trend in life we have no time to talk to many and discuss our issues and problems. We speak to the ones we meet at work or in school etc. Talking to the people in the same field makes us happy as we identify our-self with them.
In this era everything is about competition. We have a large number of competitive events going on frequently all around us. And everyone attempts and wants to win such events as they have a huge amount of fame and finance associated with it.
In this argument the arguer concludes that introduction of honour codes can reduce cheating that's going on the a educational campus. To up hold his verdict the arguer cites how introduction of honour code into the system has reduces copying by providing us with a few cases. Additionally the writer also mentions that students have agreed not to cheat and would identify any such suspicions around them. However there are a few assumptions made by the author that have not been addresses.
In this era everything is about compitition. We have a large number of compitative events going on frequently all around us. And everyone attemps and wants to win such events as they have a huge amount of fame and finance assocaited with it.
In this argument the arguer concludes that Zobra Pills can be taken to avoid the re-occurrence of ulcer. To up hold his verdict the arguer cites how the occurrence of ulcer in patients who took these tablets was less as compare to the once who did not consume these pills. Additionally the arguer also mentions on promoting the Zobra pills to avoid ulcer. However there are a few assumptions made by the author that have not been addressed.
In this argument ,the author clams that we must offer more courses in business and computer technology and hire additional job counselors to help students with their resumes and interviewing skills . To support the conclusion ,he points out that 90% of last yearÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s graduating seniors from Green Mountain College has more business courses and more job courselors ,had job offers from prospective employers.This argument suffers from several critical fallcies.
From the above passage, we understand that in the current scenario there is a seldom use of the river in the Mason City for any kind of recreational activity. And when a surveys of the region's residents was made they rank water sports (swimming, fishing, and boating) as a favorite form of recreation. This could have been because may be they survey was conducted during the summer. When everyone wants to sit in cold water during hot weather. Thus no where has the author written anything that could support this point.
Technology has changed the way the world looks. Every thing now seems to be within our reach. At the same time, technology has a major ill effect on our environment which in turn affects the health of the individuals.
Depth of knowledge is gained from books, this is true. With experience we can make decesions which would otherwise be difficult for us do to with just the information gained by reading. Bookiesh knowledge when applied with experience leads to sucess.
The argument states that because of decline in economy there is a direct effect on the fitness of the people in Corpora, which seems reasonable at first. The writer has made several assumptions that have not been addresssed adequately.
I differ with the writter on his conclusion to eliminate speed limit. The writter has made certain assumption that have not been adequately addressed. The points that have been addressed in the above argument need not be true always.
The argument that participation in sports like youth-league softball and soccer leads to injuries and stress to the child and need to be discontinued may seem reasonable at first. However above argument only reflects the disadvangates of sports which is not true.