BAC ENG, 2009, SCRIS, L 3-4 h, Sb-3 [ Eseu ], Var 1-100

BAC ENG, 2009, SCRIS, L 3-4 h, Sb-3 [ Eseu ], Var 1-100

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BAC ENG, 2009, SCRIS, L 3-4 h, Sb-3, Variantele 1-100

1. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Fashions fade, style remains. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

2. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Online courses have increasingly widespread. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

3. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Text messaging on mobile phones is creating a new language as users ignore traditional spelling and grammar. How can the rise of the SMS culture affect literacy levels in children nowadays? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

4. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: In every country, there are many breathtaking sights waiting to be explored. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

5. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Parental responsibility should be applied to Web-surfing just as it must be to every other kind of encounter. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

6. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Whether people are learning on line or in classrooms, one thing is for sure, the internet revolution has made learning IT skills more essential than ever. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

7. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: We learn both through studying and through the experiences life gives us. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

8. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Every picture tells a story. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

9. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: It is important for children and young people to live in a district with high quality, diverse, inclusive and sustainable play facilities. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

10. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Advertisements don’t just sell products but an image of the world in which buying becomes the main purpose in life. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

11. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Cash, cheques and credit cards will give way to e-currencies. What do you think the money as we know it today is going to be like? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

12. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: You have no friends in a world of computers. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

13. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: The world of sport is dominated by yobs1. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)
1. a rude, noisy, sometimes violent person

14. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Love cures people - both the ones who give it and the ones who receive it. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

15. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: It matters not how a man dies, but how he lives. (Samuel Johnson) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

16. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Things do not change, we do. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

17. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Everyone is ignorant, only on different subjects. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

18. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: A good detective story is worth a thousand poems. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

19. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: You can replace money but you can’t replace lives. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

20. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: By practising a sport you build your body and your character. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

21. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: The defeated can rise up stronger than the victorious ones. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

22. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Life in a big city is impossible without at least a chain of fast-food restaurants. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

23. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Computers tend to control our life. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

24. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Television – a media means that keeps us informed. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

25. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Magazines – VIPs’ nightmares. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

26. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Music – a means of escaping everyday life. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

27. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: To lie means to get rid of troubles. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

28. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Internet – an endless spring of information. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

29. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Clubs – a means of socializing nowadays. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

30. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Films are less educative than books. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

31. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Piercing – a means of embellishment. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

32. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Violent computer games make children become aggressive. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

33. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Having pets makes children and teens more responsible. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

34. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Students should spend the whole day on studying and not on sports. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

35. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Experiencing a live concert is not the same as watching it on television. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

36. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Reading books in today’s world has become obsolete. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

37. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: The moving picture is by far the most popular art of our times. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

38. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Do the media treat famous people fairly? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

39. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Technology is making communication easier in today's world, but at the expense of personal contact as many people choose to work at home in front of a computer screen. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

40. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Forests are the lungs of the earth. Destruction of the world's forests amounts to death of the world we currently know. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

41. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Progress makes us lazy. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

42. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Does modern technology make life more convenient, or was life better when technology was simpler? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

43. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Sports classes should be sacrificed in High School so that students can concentrate on Academic subjects. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

44. Write a narrative essay on the following topic: The strangest experience of my life. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

45. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: We are becoming increasingly dependent on computers. They are used in business, in hospitals, crime detection and even to fly planes. What things will they be used for in future? Is this dependence on computers a good thing or should we be more suspicious of their benefits? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

46. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Human beings do not need to eat meat in order to maintain good health because they can get all their food needs from meatless products and meatless substances. A vegetarian diet is as healthy as a diet containing meat. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

47. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Advertising is so powerful that it manipulates and persuades people to buy products they do not actually need. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

48. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Forests are the lungs of the earth. Destruction of the world's forests amounts to death of the world we currently know. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

49. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Fast food is an industry. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

50. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Children should never be educated at home by their parents. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

51. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Many people believe that women make better parents than men and that this is why they have the greater role in raising children in most societies. Others claim that men are just as good as women at parenting. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

52. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: The pen is mightier than the sword. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

53. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Are famous people treated unfairly by the media? Should they be given more privacy, or is the price of their fame an invasion into their private lives? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

54. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Do children need to learn more languages in the future? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

55. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it! Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

56. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: There is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread. (Mother Theresa) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

57. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: You can stay young as long as you learn. (Emily Dickenson) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

58. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Happiness is good health and a bad memory. (Ingrid Bergman) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

59. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new. (Albert Einstein) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

60. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit. (Aristotle) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

61. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: It is best to rise from life as from a banquet, neither thirsty nor drunken. (Aristotle) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

62. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted. (Albert Einstein) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

63. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: No man is good enough to govern another man without that other’s consent. (Abraham Lincoln) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

64. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: I am not young enough to know everything. (Oscar Wilde) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

65. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without. (Confucius) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

66. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Maybe this world is another planet’s Hell. (Aldoux Huxley) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words / 30 lines)

67. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Every man’s memory is his private literature. (Aldoux Huxley) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

68. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Childhood is that period in your life when you can do whatever you want. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

69. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Clothes do not make the man. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

70. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Advertising is so powerful that it manipulates and persuades people to buy products they do not actually need. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

71. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Education is important. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

72. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: There is a gap between generations. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

73. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Machines are good servants but bad masters. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

74. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Teamwork – a means of success. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

75. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Models have an easy way of making money. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

76. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: There is an increasing number of singers and groups that have little to do with really good music. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

77. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: It is certain that five decades of television have not produced wiser, kinder, more humane or more concerned societies than we had before. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

78. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Respect is something earned, not asked for. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

79. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Unhappiness is best defined as the difference between our talents and our expectations. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

80. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Children begin by loving their parents. After a time they judge them. Rarely, if ever, do they forgive them. (Oscar Wilde) Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

81. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: The smaller the world becomes, the more we have in common and the less we have which is unique. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

82. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: We are better off without money and material possessions. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

83. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Life in a big city. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

84. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: The place where you live has changed a lot in the recent years. Do you consider these changes to be for the better? Why/ Why not? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

85. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: It is important that people work together on environmental issues. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

86. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: The future of mankind looks bright. Those who argue otherwise are being pessimistic. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

87. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: A true friend is the most precious of all possessions. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

88. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Today’s society is far too demanding. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

89. Write an opinion essay in answer to the following question: Are there any positive aspects in reading? Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

90. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Children should never be educated at home. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

91. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: The internet should be censored. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

92. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Parents are too permissive with their children nowadays. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

93. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Famous people are treated unfairly by the media. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

94. Write a for-and-against essay on the following topic: Imagination is more important than knowledge. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

95. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Education is the single most important factor in the development of a country. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

96. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: White lies can sometimes improve our social life. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

97. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Learning about the past has no value for those living in the present. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

98. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Personal experience is the best way of learning about life. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

99. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Violence against nature is a crime against humanity. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)

100. Write an opinion essay on the following topic: Luck has nothing to do with success. Support your ideas with relevant examples from your personal experience, reading or observation. (300 words/30 lines)
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[quote="musa paradisiaca"]BAC ENG, 2009, SCRIS, L 3-4 h, Sb-3, Variantele 1-100

General Discussion Topics vs Specific Discussion Topics
in all the 100 Subjects



1. Personal Concerns

1.1. Fashion : 1; 31;
1.2. Perseverance : 59;
1.3. Victory / Defeat : 21;
1.4. Respect : 78;
1.5. Fame / Famous People : 38; 53; 93;
1.6. Happiness / Unhappiness: 58; 79;
1.7. Luck / Success : 74; 100;
1.8. Food / Health : 22; 46;49; 58;
1.9. Mind Traps : Lies / White Lies : 27; 96;
1.10. Socializing / Clubs : 29;
1.11. Childhood / Youth : 64; 68;
1.12. Human Changes : 16

2. Life Concerns

2.1. City Life : 22; 83;
2.2. Life Living : 15; 61;
2.3. Life’s Importance : 19;
2.4. Parental Responsibility : 5; 92
2.5. Parental Efficiency : 51;
2.6. Children vs. Parents : 80;
2.7. Generation Gap : 72;
2.8. World Perspective: 81;

3. School / Work

3.1. Education [ General ] : 2; 71; 95;
3.2. Educational Studies at Home : 50; 90;
3.3. Learning [ On-Line / Classroom Learning; IT Learning Skills; Learning through Studying / Experience; Learning vs. Imagination; Learning about the Past; Foreign Language Learning ]: 6; 7; 34; 43; 44; 54; 94; 97; 98;
3.4. Jobs : [ Easy / Hard ] : 75;
3.5. Teamwork : 74;

4. Business

4.1. Advertising : 10; 47; 70;
4.2. Money : 11; 82;


5. World Problems

5.1. Environmental Issues : 85;
5.2. Violence against Nature : 99;
5.3. Forests’ Destruction : 40; 48;

6. Relationships

6.1. Communication : 3; 39;
6.2. Leadership / Governing : 63
6.3. Friends / Friendship : 12; 60; 87;
6.4. Love : 14; 56;
6.5. Pets : 33;

7. Society’s Concerns

7.1. Society’s Demands : 88;
7.2. Mankind’s Future : 86;
7.3. Internet Censorship : 91;

8. Intellectual Life vs. Physical Life

8.1. Books / Films : 30; 37;
8.2. Reading Books : 36; 89;
8.3. Proverbs / Sayings: 17; 52; 57; 62; 66; 67; 69;
8.4. Music : 26; 35; 65;
8.5. The World of Arts [ Stories / Poems; Arts vs. Life; Genuine Art vs. Mass Art ] : 8;18; 55; 76;
8.6. The World of Sports : 13; 20; 34; 43;
8.7. Sights : 4;


9. Technology

9.1. Modern Technology : 39; 42;
9.2. Technology Traps : 23;
9.3. Computer Dependency : 45;
9.4. Computer Game Violence : 32;
9.5. Progress : 41;
9.6. Machines : Servants or Masters? : 73;

10. Mass-Media

10.1. Mass Media [ General ] : 38; 53; 93;
10.2. Television : 24; 35; 77;
10.3. Internet :2; 5; 28;
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Mesajde janeyre pe Mar Iun 02, 2009 5:08 pm

It is important for children and young
people to live in a district with high quality, diverse, inclusive and sustainable play facilities

varianta 9 engleza scris intensiv

When it comes to refer to the shaping of one's personality we should firstly mention the fact that the district we live in plays an essential part, maybe more than the influence the family has. In order to confirm this statement we should consider the following arguments.

First of all, the personality of each individual begins to take form in the middle of the family and is closely connected to the education, the social status, religion or culture that the family offers. But from an early age a child begins to socialize and he comes into contact with diferent children of his age and even older who live in the same district, and contribute to his shaping of personality. Therefore, a first place to socialize for a child is the playground from his district where he comes to meet several children of diferent behaviours and with whom he tries to communicate in order to be able to integrate in a certain group. If the district he lives in has high quality, diverse, inclusive and sustainable play facilities, these contribute to the shaping of children and young people`s personality.

When I start thinking about my childhood, I always get a good mood because all I remember are funny and pleasant moments spent in my district which had lots of play facilities. I could say that I had a happy childhood, and that I have many beautiful memories from that period.

Moreover, with the passing of years, I became an adolescent , attended a highschool and a universiy, where I tried to belong to a group of friends and had the same concerns and hobbies as the ones in my group.
But one thing I would like to point out and to conclude with is the fact that, in my opinion, the latest generations have become much more independent and uppish . What do they try to show with this behaviour? Maybe the fact that they try to get rid of the prejudices that characterize our society and have a more modern perspective of life.

Advertisements don’t just sell products
but an image of the world in which buying becomes the main purpose in life.

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Advertising is an effective way of selling new products, and many people argue that its effectiveness brainwashes us into unnecessary spending. Others, however, disagree, saying that advertising can’t sell any product; it can only help to sell a product the people want to buy.
One of the main arguments for advertising is that it generates wealth for a country. That is to say, taxes paid on goods sold, help governments to pay for essential services such as education and health care. Moreover, the number of jobs created for producing, marketing and servicing these goods helps to reduce the unemployment problem, which is also a great advantage for a country's economy.
What is more, advertising raises money for a huge number of sporting events and artistic performances which would otherwise not be held. Without sponsorship from companies who advertise their products, these events would disappear due to lack of founding. In other words, although consumerism is promoted through advertising, it is beneficial to both the consumer and society.
On the other hand, advertisements can cause people to be dissatisfied with what they already have, and make them want more. Being exposed again and again to products which one cannot afford produces frustration and dissatisfaction. Furthermore, not all parents are in a position to afford the goods which their children see advertised and want to possess. This often leads to feelings of inadequacy, especially among the less well-off.
What is sometimes annoying when it comes to advertisements is that these last too much, especially when we watch a movie or an interesting show. We have to wait more than ten minutes to see the same advertising over and over again.
In addition to this, advertising creates materialism and causes people to place too much importance on material goods. The fact that people are prepared to work long hours, or even turn to crime in order to gain the goods on offer, shows that advertising persuades people to go to great lengths to keep the same standard of living as those they see around them. It is a fact, though, that neither crime, not the stress caused by overwork, can benefit society.
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