Dear students and teachers:
You will get one question which consists of only one word. It is an open-ended essay, and therefore it is up to you whether to write a narrative essay [telling a story] or a factual-based one. Here is an example of an essay written based on facts.
Friends It is said that "no man is an island". Personally, I think that the saying is absolutely true. From time immemorial, Man has craved for companionship from his fellow man. It is one of our basest instincts, one dating back to the dawn of mankind.
The need for companionship has become ingrained in the human psyche. With the passing of the millennium. In the modern context, our friends provide us with the aforesaid companionship that we so crave.
What, we might ask, constitutes a true friend? The emphasis here is on the word "true". Is a true friend someone who you say "hello" to every morning?
Or is it someone who does you favours when you need them? Or is there something more: The answer to the latter is definitely "yes". Friends, in the purest sense, are one's soulmates.
It sounds cliched I know, but I truly believe that it is so. True friends understand each others' needs and emotions. This understanding leads to mutual respect for each other. I also believe that understanding is a prerequisite for all good friendship. It is the mutual respect that friends have with each other lead them to care for one another whilst respecting their respective personal space and privacy.
That is why when I say "soulmates", I mean that friends have an instinctive understanding, an "emotional compass" if you will, of their friends' feelings. In the same vein, friends are people with whom one can just be oneself. With friends, there is no need for false pretenses or facades.
A true friend is someone who knows the worst about you and loves you just the same. As the saying goes, "love is blind, but friendship closes one eye". This simply means that although friends see our faults and shortcomings, they choose to look past them to see only our positive traits.
Thus, it does not matter if you have a host of annoying habits, or are not good-looking, or even you are singularly untalented in everything you do.William Deresiewicz: "The End of Solitude" William Deresiewicz is a contemporary writer, reviewer, and literary critic. He taught at Yale University from to I think it is possible to outline a list of features that are typical of what I would like to call Ur-Fascism, or Eternal Fascism.
These features cannot be organized into a system; many of them contradict each other, and are also typical of other kinds of despotism or fanaticism. But it is enough that one of them be present to allow fascism to coagulate . Essay 2 - Model answer. Although young people love gadgets and technology, some see science as uninteresting and 'uncool'.
Over time, the number of young people, particularly girls, pursuing science and technology studies and careers has dropped. Here's my full essay for the 'positive or negative development' question that we've been looking at over the last few weeks. In some countries, many more people are choosing to live alone nowadays than in the past.
Do you think this is a positive or negative development?
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the act or process of using or asserting one's choice; volition: My hands are obedient to my will.
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