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Is reading and writing more important today than past? Why or why not?
Started on 1-Mar-2003 By ramandeepkaur
Personally I feel that reading and writing is more important today. Everyone's day starts with newspaper. Earlier the technology of printing was poor and moreover reading and writing was confined among the scholars 'pundits' who used to write for kings. Public was not aware of the importance of reading and writing. But if this condition occurs today the whole life would come to a halt. To acquire position in ones field one must know the language completely.
Yes, it is important as now you cannot get job or employment in a world like this.
Writing and reading is very important because while writing our speed and handwriting improves and while reading our vocabulary and language improves.
Yes because we use writing in everyday like sending a letter or trying to get a job and we use reading everyday too like to get a job you have to read the application
Actually as man has developed the other things related to him has also developed, some at fast pace and the other a bit slower. But it is true that reading and writing has become an integral part of our lives and we cannot survive without it.
I am doing a paper on the importance of reading and writing. And I guess I am amazed by what I have learned. I have now realized how important it is to be able to read and write. I feel really bad for those who cannot read or write. What an awful feeling!
I'm preparing a research proposal on 'Influence of Electronic Media on Reading Habits' and by reading a lot of related articles, learned a lot that is important to day to day's life too.
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