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 Every coin has two sides, every situation in life has different sides too.

It is up to you which side

you choose

 Life consists of two sides, light and dark. Without a balance, one cannot fully experience a full
and well-rounded life.

 Nothing is perfect in this world, everything has its pros and cons.

 This essay will examine the advantages and disadvantages of tourism and provide a logical
 I believe that these benefits of tourisms outweigh its drawbacks.

 This essay will examine the reasons and the consequences of immigration.
 In conclusion, I think that people immigrate to have better life prospects. However, life after
immigration may not always meet people’s expectations. So, it is very important to consider all
the possible outcomes and decide whether leaving your homeland is worth it.

 This essay will argue that the advantages of this outweigh the drawbacks. The essay will first
demonstrate that the earlier someone learns an additional language the more likely they are to
master it and that it brings added cognitive benefits, followed by an analysis of how the primary
disadvantage, namely confusion with their native tongue, is not valid.

 In conclusion, the web has provided a gateway to knowledge unlike anything seen before and
although it can sometimes lead to a few taking the easy route and plagiarising, it is a very
positive step in the evolution of education.

 I would therefore argue that although there are disadvantages of the current trend to live and
work abroad, they are outweighed by the advantages. It can enrich people’s lives and lives of the
people in the countries that they move to.

 There is an ongoing debate on the merits of having a rigid discipline system in place for all crimes
committed. This essay will firstly discuss, how having fixed punishments could lead to a more
competent judiciary system as the biggest advantage. Secondly, this essay will discuss how this
may lead to people being punished in the same way for both minor and major crimes as the
primary disadvantage.

 Many consider that there are a lot of benefits in riding a bike while others think that there are
many drawbacks. In my view, I think that there are more pros than cons. Firstly, this essay will
discuss the value of using a bicycle and secondly, the detrimental effects of bike riding.

 As we enter the 21st century with all its challenges and opportunities, the idea of the traditional
family has changed. Now, the dual-earner family, with husband and wife each maintaining
separate careers and contributing to the financial success of the household, has become
 The economic commitments and expectations of today's world often require two incomes to
meet the overall expenses of the family. The biggest questions are often, "How will we plan for
our own retirement, save for our children's education, and perhaps help our older parents deal
with some of their financial burdens?"

 The legalization of marijuana has been a heavily disputed issue for decades. On one hand,
marijuana could lead to a medical breakthrough, or at least provide relief to cancer and AIDS
patients. On the other hand, legalizing a drug could expose it to too broad an audience. As a
drug, marijuana has never proven to be anywhere near as harmful as cigarettes or alcohol.