| #2 (permalink) Fri Jan 29, 2010 18:59 pm Childhood is the happiest time of our life
|evaluation out of 15 plzz ,
i am getting to be so excited day by day , exam is coming in a week. I would not imagine that i can be so excited on the eve of the exam.
i have only 7days. Honestly i do not know how to allay myself .
I'm here quite often ;-)
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| #4 (permalink) Sat Jan 30, 2010 12:38 pm Childhood is the happiest time of our life
|Childhood is the happiest time of our life
Every stage of our life is valuable
Some people believe that childhood is the best time in a human life, while others appreciate all periods of our life.
However, I also think that childhood is an unforgettable time in our life.
We begin acquiring our formal education during childhood and spend all /the/OUR time /near/WITH/ our parents. Additionally, people are carefree in childhood.
First of all, we begin our formal education in childhood AND /that/THIS/ defines our later life.
We learn the rudimentary requirementS for studying, such as reading, writing and working with numbers.
What is more, we learn more effectiveLY and /properly/EFFICIENTLY/ during childhood THAN ADULTS, because children are MORE /capable of/RECEPTIVE TO/ learning.
/Their/OUR/ /better memory/MEMORIES ARE BETTER, AND THIS/ helps /them/US/ to keep learnt material /on/IN/ /their/OUR/ mindS for longER.
So, it is the fact that we /even/DO/ remember most OF THE knowledge acquired in childhood. I am sure it is a very preferable acquirement in childhood that makes us happy even in later life.
Secondly, we spend our time mostly with our parents in childhood than in later life. They take care of us every minute and devote themselves to us. I am sure that there is nothing that can have more value for a human than that. If we are ill we have a person to look after us, AND to give US
a piece of advice if we have a fight with our friends. In the long run there is a person THAT WA CAN turn to /in/AT/ any time. However we may not HAVE these chances in our later life. /It is/THEY, LIKE US, ARE/a life and one day they can pass away, even though sometimes these occasions happen without warnING.
So, we /can/SHOULD/ enjoy THE KIND OF life with our parents that would be a great memory in our minds.
Last, but far from least, we are carefree in childhood. We are only responsible for eating until
sating SATISFIED and sleeping.
Generally we spend time playing games around our peers without being answerable for any problems.
We do not perceive THE world totally. /the/OUR world /is consist/CONSISTS ONLY/ of our parents and peers /for/TO/ us in that period of OUR life. We savor everything during this stage of our life, although we are not aware of our happiness /in/AT/ that time.
Consequently, every stage in our life is wonderful, but unfortunately we (cannot) <ßestimate things on time or before losing it like childhood>???.
When we /lose juvenile/CEASE TO BE JUVENILES/ we regret for that as well as childhood.
That’s why childhood is one of the greatEST times of our life in which we can get the onset of our formal education, can enjoy life around our parents, and can be /away/FREE/ from all OF the emerging problems.
Kleo, I found this a very difficult essay to edit. You have a very good vocabulary, but still you fail to use it. 9/15
Keep it simple ... Keep it interesting.
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