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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOSE AND LOOSE.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN STATIONARY AND STATIONERY.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COARSE AND COURSE.

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difference between break and brake.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMPLIMENT AND COMPLEMENT.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PRACTISE AND PRACTICE.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ADVISE AND ADVICE.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AWARE AND BEWARE.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ENSURE, ASSURE AND INSURE.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN IN TIME AND ON TIME.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DETRACT AND DISTRACT.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DESERT AND DESSERT.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CURRANT AND CURRENT.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CILMACTIC AND CLIMATIC

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRIDAL AND BRIDLE.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALLUSION AND ILLUSION.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALLUDE AND ELUDE.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ADDITION AND EDITION.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACCESS AND EXCESS.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHILE AND DURING.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WAIT AND AWAIT

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NOBODY AND ANYBODY

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GRAMMATICAL DIFFERENCE AMONG IMMIGRATE, MIGRATE AND EMIGRATE

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LEND AND BORROW

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AMONG AND BETWEEN

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEN AND THAN

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ITS AND IT'S

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 'THEY ARE', 'THEIR' AND 'THERE'.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 'SLEEP' AND 'ASLEEP'.

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Promotes Physical Health: Physical education helps students develop physical fitness, reducing the risk of obesity and related health issues.

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Imitation of Behavior: Some argue that movies depicting criminal behavior can lead individuals, particularly impressionable ones, to imitate those actions in real life.

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Violent Content: Many video games contain violent and aggressive content that can desensitize children to real-world violence.

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Total Immersion in Learning: In boarding schools, students are immersed in a learning environment 24/7, leading to better focus and dedication to academics.

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Parental Responsibility: Some argue that it is the primary responsibility of parents to provide sex education to their children, not schools.

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Cruelty and Inhumane Treatment: Zoos often subject animals to inhumane conditions and confinement, which can lead to suffering, stress, and psychological problems for the animals.

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Health Risks: Cigarette smoking is a leading cause of preventable diseases and premature death, posing significant health risks to both smokers and those exposed to secondhand smoke.

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Conformity: Peer pressure often leads to conformity, where individuals may compromise their own beliefs and values to fit in with the group.

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Natural Food Chain: Killing animals for food is part of the natural food chain, with humans historically being omnivores who rely on a mixture of plant and animal-based foods.

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Connectivity: Social networking sites enable people to connect with family, friends, and acquaintances regardless of geographic distances, fostering meaningful relationships.

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Effective Communication: Clear and articulate speech is essential for effective communication, and judging how someone speaks ensures that the message is understood.

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Self-Expression: Clothing is a form of self-expression, and our attire can convey our personality, values, and interests. Judging based on attire allows us to better understand individuals.

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Low Maintenance: Cats are generally low-maintenance pets. They don't require as much attention, exercise, or outdoor time as dogs.

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Religious Beliefs: Many religions teach the existence of an afterlife, where the soul or consciousness continues to exist in some form, supporting the idea of life after death.

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For Banning Cosmetic Surgery: Health Risks: Cosmetic surgeries, like any medical procedure, come with risks such as infections, scarring, and complications. Banning them can protect people from these risks. Pressure to Conform: Cosmetic surgery can perpetuate unrealistic beauty standards, causing people to feel pressured to conform to certain ideals. Emphasis on Natural Beauty: A ban would promote the value of natural beauty and self-acceptance, encouraging people to embrace their unique features. Financial Burden: Cosmetic surgery can be expensive, and banning it could prevent individuals from going into debt to fund these procedures. Psychological Impact: Some people may experience disappointment or even psychological distress if the desired results are not achieved, which a ban could prevent. Ethical Concerns: Cosmetic surgery raises ethical questions about the commodification of the human body and the influence of profit motives in the medical industry. Resource Allocation: The resources used for cosmetic surgeries could be better allocated to necessary medical procedures and treatments. Age and Informed Consent: A ban could protect younger individuals from making hasty decisions about surgery and ensure better-informed consent for adults. Social Inequality: Cosmetic surgery is often more accessible to the affluent, exacerbating social inequalities. Cultural Diversity: Banning cosmetic surgery can help promote a broader acceptance of diverse cultural beauty standards. Against Banning Cosmetic Surgery: Personal Autonomy: Individuals have the right to make choices about their bodies, including cosmetic procedures, as an expression of personal autonomy. Boosting Self-Esteem: Cosmetic surgery can boost self-esteem and improve mental well-being for some individuals, leading to a better quality of life. Medical Advancements: Banning cosmetic surgery might impede the development of medical advancements that benefit both aesthetic and reconstructive purposes. Regulation over Ban: Instead of banning, stricter regulations and oversight can ensure safer practices in the cosmetic surgery industry. Medical Necessity: Some cosmetic procedures, like reconstructive surgery after an accident or for medical reasons, are essential and should not be banned. Economic Impact: Cosmetic surgery contributes to the economy by creating jobs and generating revenue, which a ban could curtail. Body Positivity: Many individuals choose cosmetic surgery as part of their journey to body positivity and self-expression. Parental Rights: Banning cosmetic surgery for minors could infringe on parental rights in cases where it's deemed medically appropriate. Education and Informed Choices: Education and counseling can help individuals make informed decisions about cosmetic surgery instead of banning it. Artistic and Creative Expression: Cosmetic surgery can be a form of artistic and creative expression for some, allowing them to transform their bodies as a canvas.

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Increased Responsibility: Lowering the driving age to 16 encourages a sense of responsibility at a younger age, teaching teenagers essential life skills and maturity.

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Personal Freedom: Athletes should have the freedom to make decisions about their own bodies, including using performance-enhancing drugs if they believe it will improve their performance.

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Physical and Mental Skill: Chess requires mental skills such as strategy, critical thinking, and pattern recognition, making it akin to other sports that demand physical prowess.

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Reduced Unsafe Drinking Practices: Lowering the drinking age could promote responsible drinking habits by allowing young adults to legally purchase and consume alcohol. They can learn to drink in moderation and in safer environments.

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Freedom of Religion: Tax exemption for religious places upholds the principle of freedom of religion, ensuring that religious organizations can operate independently without financial burdens imposed by taxes.

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Objective Evaluation: Exams provide a structured and standardized way to evaluate students objectively, testing their knowledge and understanding of the subject matter.

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Economic Stability: Bailing out banks helps maintain stability in the economy by preventing a potential financial collapse that could have widespread adverse effects on businesses, jobs, and individuals.

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Personal Security: Easy access to guns allows individuals to protect themselves and their families from immediate threats, providing a sense of security and peace of mind.

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Social Influence: People are profoundly influenced by the behavior, habits, and attitudes of those they spend the most time with, including their close friends.

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Subjectivity of Perception: Beauty is a subjective experience and varies from person to person based on their unique tastes, preferences, and cultural backgrounds.

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Life Experiences Vary: Wisdom is about the depth of understanding and insight, which can be gained through various life experiences at any age, not just through the passage of time.

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Overuse of Technology: With the rise of digital communication platforms, people tend to send quick messages or emojis instead of having meaningful conversations. This can reduce the depth and substance of what we convey.

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Empathy and Understanding: Forgiving someone's mistakes reflects our ability to understand the human condition, acknowledging that everyone is prone to errors and imperfections.

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Freedom of Choice: Allowing companies to market junk food preserves freedom of choice, allowing consumers to decide for themselves what they want to eat without interference from the government.

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Autonomy and Personal Freedom: Euthanasia respects an individual's autonomy and right to make decisions regarding their own life, including the right to die with dignity and avoid unnecessary suffering.

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Scientific Consensus: There is a strong consensus among climate scientists and researchers that global warming is a significant and pressing issue supported by extensive scientific evidence.

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Violation of Human Rights: Capital punishment violates the fundamental human right to life, which is the most basic and essential right of all individuals.

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Fosters Responsibility: Making attendance optional encourages students to take responsibility for their education and attendance, promoting a sense of maturity and accountability.

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Equal Opportunity: Removing homework ensures that all students, regardless of their home environment, have an equal opportunity to excel academically.

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Promotion of Aggressive Behavior: Violent video games can desensitize players to violence and may contribute to increased aggression and hostile behavior, especially in impressionable individuals.

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Productivity Boost: Limiting social media time ensures individuals focus more on productive activities like work, studies, or hobbies, enhancing overall productivity.

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Expression of Individuality: Removing uniforms allows students to express their individuality through clothing choices, promoting a sense of identity and self-expression.

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Physical Health: Excessive use of smartphones and television leads to a sedentary lifestyle, contributing to health issues like obesity and posture-related problems.

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Reduced Distractions: Single-sex schools can reduce distractions caused by interactions between genders, allowing students to focus better on their studies.

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Distraction Reduction: Laptops can be distracting, as students might use them for non-academic activities like social media, games, or browsing, hindering their focus on the lesson.

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Distraction: Cell phones can distract students from paying attention to the teacher and the lesson.

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Practical Application: Experience provides hands-on, practical knowledge that can't be replicated by certificates alone. It helps individuals apply theoretical knowledge effectively in real-world scenarios.

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Purification Efficiency: Reverse Osmosis (RO) water filtration removes a wide range of contaminants, ensuring a high level of purification.

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Provider of Stability: Fathers often provide a sense of stability and security to children by maintaining a steady income and ensuring a stable home environment.

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DETERRENCE: Capital punishment may deter potential rapists, as the fear of facing the ultimate punishment could discourage them from committing such heinous crimes.

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Financial Independence: Women should work after marriage to contribute to the family's income, ensuring financial stability and reducing the burden on the husband.

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Personal Freedom: Girls should have the freedom to choose their clothing, just like anyone else, as long as it doesn't harm others.

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Individual Choices: People make daily choices that contribute to pollution, such as driving gas-guzzling vehicles, using single-use plastics, and wasting resources.

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Carrying on the family name: Sons often carry on the family surname, which can be important to some parents who want to preserve their family's legacy.

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Access to Quality Education: Children of wealthy parents often have better access to top-notch educational institutions, which can provide them with a strong foundation for their future.

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Ensures Basic Competency: Requiring a minimum qualification ensures that politicians have a basic understanding of governance, law, and economics, which is essential for effective decision-making.

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Medical Advancements: Science has led to significant advancements in medicine, leading to the development of vaccines, antibiotics, and various treatments that have saved countless lives and improved overall public health.

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Artistic Expression: Films are a form of artistic expression and should not be blamed for societal issues. They often reflect the creativity and perspectives of their creators.

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Ethical Society: Eliminating corruption and bribery would lead to a more ethical and morally upright society, where honesty and integrity are valued. Economic Growth: Reducing corruption can foster economic growth by promoting fair competition and attracting investments.

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Personalized Attention: With smaller class sizes, teachers can focus more on each student, providing individualized support and addressing their unique learning needs.

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Sensationalism: Many news channels focus on sensational stories to grab viewers' attention, prioritizing drama over accurate reporting.

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Safety Concerns: Women often face harassment and safety issues in public transportation. A reserved seat system would offer them a designated safe space.

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Income Inequality: The wealth gap between the rich and poor continues to widen, with the wealthy amassing more resources while the poor struggle to make ends meet. Wage Stagnation: Wages for low-skilled jobs have remained relatively stagnant, making it difficult for the poor to improve their financial situation despite working hard.

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Awareness Programs: Schools can organize regular awareness programs to educate students about the harmful effects of bullying and promote empathy and respect.

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Motivation Boost: Competition fosters a sense of motivation among learners, as the desire to outperform peers drives them to put in extra effort and strive for excellence.

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Equality: School uniforms create a level playing field by eliminating clothing-based distinctions, reducing socioeconomic differences, and promoting a sense of equality among students.

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Basic Needs Fulfillment: Money is essential to meet basic needs like food, shelter, and clothing. A higher income can provide employees with a better quality of life, enhancing their motivation.

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Human Rights Violation: Torture is a clear violation of human rights and dignity. Upholding these values is essential to maintaining a just and ethical society.

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Dependency: We rely heavily on machines for daily tasks, from communication to transportation, which might indicate a form of enslavement. Social Isolation: Excessive use of machines, like smartphones, can lead to isolation as people prioritize virtual interactions over real-life ones.

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Limited Time for Exploration: Excessive homework can consume a significant portion of a student's time, leaving them with little opportunity to explore and develop other talents or interests.

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Open Communication: Being friends with parents encourages children to communicate openly about their feelings, experiences, and concerns.

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Child Rights Protection: Banning child labour ensures the protection of children's fundamental rights, including the right to education, health, and a safe childhood.

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Cultural Exposure: Living abroad provides the opportunity to experience different cultures, languages, and traditions, broadening one's horizons.

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Supporting Local Economy: Purchasing local items stimulates the local economy by supporting small businesses and local artisans, which can lead to job creation and a stronger community.

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Varied Workout Options: Gyms offer a wide range of equipment and exercises, allowing individuals to target specific muscle groups and tailor their workouts according to their goals.

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Freshness and Seasonality: Local markets often offer fresher and more seasonal vegetables, as they are sourced directly from nearby farms and producers.

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Traffic Reduction: The odd-even system helped reduce traffic congestion on roads by limiting the number of vehicles on any given day.

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Communication Skills: Women tend to excel in verbal communication, making them effective in interpersonal relationships and collaborative work.

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Environmental Impact: Plastic bags take hundreds of years to decompose, leading to pollution in landfills, oceans, and ecosystems. Wildlife Protection: Many animals mistake plastic bags for food, leading to ingestion and often death due to blockages or toxic effects.

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Nutritional Diversity: Non-vegetarian foods provide a rich source of essential nutrients like protein, vitamins (B12, D), iron, and omega-3 fatty acids that might be limited in a vegetarian diet.

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Encourages Creativity: Playing with war destruction toys can stimulate children's imagination and creativity, as they create scenarios and stories involving conflicts and battles.

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Catharsis and Stress Relief: Playing violent video games can provide a safe outlet for children to release their pent-up emotions and stress, potentially reducing real-world aggression.

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Communication: Cell phones allow children to stay in touch with their parents, guardians, and friends, promoting better communication and a sense of security.

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Financial Security: A competitive salary ensures an employee's financial stability, providing the means to support themselves and their families.

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Job Security: Government jobs offer greater job security compared to private jobs as they are not subject to sudden layoffs or closures due to economic fluctuations.

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In-depth Understanding: Tuition classes provide additional time and explanations for complex topics, ensuring a deeper understanding of the subjects.

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Professionalism: Formal clothes convey a sense of professionalism and seriousness, making them suitable for business meetings, interviews, and formal events.

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Convenience and Comfort: Cars offer a higher level of convenience and comfort compared to bikes. They have enclosed cabins, climate control, and ample storage space, making them suitable for all weather conditions and long journeys.

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Depth of Information: Newspapers provide in-depth information on various topics due to their extensive articles and editorials. They allow readers to understand complex issues in detail.

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Natural Beauty: The countryside is characterized by its serene landscapes, lush green fields, and beautiful scenery, providing a calming and peaceful environment away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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Convenience and Comfort: Indoor games offer the advantage of being accessible regardless of weather conditions, making them suitable for all seasons. Players can enjoy them in a controlled environment, ensuring comfort and safety.

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Convenience and Flexibility: Online classes provide the convenience of attending lectures from anywhere with an internet connection, allowing students to study from the comfort of their homes, reducing the need for commuting.

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Severity of crimes: In cases where juveniles commit heinous crimes such as murder or rape, treating them as adults ensures that the seriousness of their actions is acknowledged appropriately, and justice is served to the victims and their families.

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Communication: Beating a child can create fear and hinder open communication between parents and children. It's essential to have a healthy dialogue to understand the child's behavior.

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Affordability and Accessibility: Government buses are generally more affordable than private buses, making public transportation accessible to a larger segment of the population, especially low-income individuals.

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Competition and Recognition: Publicly displaying grades fosters healthy competition among students. When they see their peers' excellent grades, it encourages them to work harder to achieve similar recognition and praise.

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Philosophical Argument: Many philosophical arguments, such as the Cosmological Argument and the Ontological Argument, support the existence of God as the ultimate cause and necessary being.

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Convenience: Fast food is readily available, allowing people to quickly satisfy their hunger without investing much time in preparation or cooking. Time-Saving: In today's fast-paced world, people often have busy schedules, making fast food a practical option when they have limited time for cooking.

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Scenic Beauty: Winter brings picturesque landscapes with snow-covered mountains, frozen lakes, and frosty trees, creating a mesmerizing and tranquil ambiance.

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Cultural Heritage: Joint families are deeply rooted in traditional values and culture, preserving and passing down customs, rituals, and family traditions from one generation to another.

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Emotional compatibility: Love marriages often involve individuals who have spent considerable time together, allowing them to develop a deep emotional bond and understanding of each other's needs, resulting in a strong foundation for a successful marriage.

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Peaceful and Serene Atmosphere: Rainy days create a peaceful and serene ambiance that can be soothing for the mind and body. The sound of raindrops falling and the gentle patter on windows can induce a sense of tranquility and relaxation.

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Convenience: Online shopping allows consumers to shop from the comfort of their own homes at any time, without the need to travel to physical stores. This convenience is particularly beneficial for those with busy schedules or limited mobility.

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Accessibility and Affordability: Government hospitals play a crucial role in providing healthcare services to a large portion of the population, especially in rural and remote areas where private hospitals are often scarce. These hospitals are more accessible to the economically disadvantaged, as they offer affordable or even free treatment options, ensuring that healthcare is available to all sections of society.

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Building a strong bond: Developing a friendship between parents and children can help build a strong and trusting relationship. When parents act as friends, children feel more comfortable sharing their thoughts, feelings, and experiences, which fosters open communication and emotional connection.

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Accessibility and Affordability: Government schools are accessible to a larger section of the population, including economically disadvantaged families who cannot afford the high fees charged by private schools. This ensures that education is available to all, promoting inclusivity and social equality.

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