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Originally Posted by myrkulSome people say that computers have made life easier and more convenient. Other people say that computers have made life more complex and stressful. What is your opinion?
The increadible advencements in technology provoked so many discussions. One of them is about computers. Some people say that computers made our lives easier while the others say that computers made nothing for us but caused many problems. My idea is that(,) the invention of computers has a positive effect in our life. It improved the communication between people and it helped(made) people (to have) access to knowledge easily.
Firstly, computer means(?) communication to me. Imagine that only 50 years ago, very few people had the chance to talk by(with) telephone. Writing letters and sending them in the post office was the common way of communication with the ones who are away from you. Today,nearly every house has(have) internet connection and people use e-mails or internet messengers to communicate with other people. We owe all of these to the computers.
Secondly, in our ages, accessing knowledge has become very important. Imagine that 10 years ago, people had to go to big libraries to read books. It was a total waste of time(It wasted a lot of people's time). Moreover, (usually) the books people usually found were not the books they were looking for. Today, thanks to computers, we (have) access to internet libraries which we can find the knowledge more easily. On account of the above statements, we can save a lot of our time when we use computers and internet to acquire knowledge and informtion. Furthermore, the knowledge form internet and computers is more trustworthy.
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To sum up, (U)undoubtfully(there is no doubt that) the computers changed our lives deeply. This change may seem a bit rough but (generally) it generally made the human life more easy and convenient. Computer’s positive effects over the communication of people is a proof of this. Another proof of computer’s positive effect is that it made accessing knowledge more easy than before.