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Title: Reading news paper is a waste of time?

Some people predic that it is a complete waste of time to read the news in the newspaper because they believe that news has no connection with their lives. Hence, I believe that, there are some advantages of reading newspaper such as being broadened and enhanced with new knowledge, being informed with the latest events, and enjoying their relaxation.

First of all, reading news in the newspaper can help people to broaden and enhance their knowledge. News includes daily life events such as health, science investigations and researches. People can learn how to eat more healthy and live better from these news. Some financial news also indicates that whether it is a good opportunity to invest in a property or not. News provides intelligence without belittling.Therefore, people can absorve the useful information and enrich their knowledge. Frequently reading news in the newspaper can help people to know what is happening in the world. Without reading the news, people never know how devastating impact that the earthquake has happened. So that they can also reach their hands and donate goods to these areas which are affected. Furthermore, people can make comment on the government administration policy when they receive news from the newspaper .people can also get involved in events such as election of a new senator or a president when this news is established in the newspaper .Therefore, news plays a remarkable role in people’s daily lives.

Secondly, we can improve our command of language. Reading is the best way to learn a language. The learning is three dimensional that is we can get to learn the expressions, see the print and learn the spelling of the words. This is surely more effective than watching television or listening to the radio, which is only one dimensional. Some have a taste for police news, and read the accounts of crimes, the capture of criminals and law-court trials. In these days, too, we turn...
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