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Topics: Writing, Essay, A Good Thing Pages: 2 (499 words) Published: December 3, 2013
Some people think governments should make laws such as banning smoking,making people wear seat belts in cars and taxing fast food. Other complain that, aslong as they don't hurt anyone else, people should be allowed to make up their own minds about how they lead their lives.5.Credit cards can be a blessing and a curse.6.Being an only child- advantages and disadvantages7.Smoking should be banned in all public places8.Some say it would be better if there was only one language in the world. Other disagree.9.Some people say eating meat is wrong. Others say it's natural.10.Some people claim that the public has the right to know about private lives of celebrities. Others disagree11.Cloning is the solution to our health problems.12.Arranged marriages13.Living abroad14.Spending the holidays with your parents15.Money can buy happiness16.Computer games and the Internet have a negative impact on young people17.Should euthanasia be made legal?18.Adolescence is the unhappiest time in most peop Here are some topics for essay exercises. You should use the essay pattern(introduction, pro sides, con sides, conclusion).1.Some people say that text messages, twittering and emails are an accepted part of the language we use in our everyday lives. Other say that they are destroying our ability to spell and write properly.2.Some people believe that education is always a good thing, whatever the coursestudied . Others claim that only those who are studying medicine, IT or law havegood job opportunities and that other courses are a waste of time.3.A lot of young people are choosing to live at home while studying at university.Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living at home or moving away fromhome whilst studying.4.Some people think governments should make laws such as banning smoking,making people wear seat belts in cars and taxing fast food. Other complain that, aslong as they don't hurt anyone else, people should be allowed to make up their own minds about how they lead...
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