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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Question 6 If you could change one important thing about your hometown.....

.Question 6 :If you could change one important thing about your hometown, what would you change? Use reasons and specific examples to support your answer.


If I can (could) change one important thing in my town, I want to conserve forests. Although it has forests, they have been smaller. I think we were surrounded by wider forests when we were young. We need beautiful and wide forests to enrich our life. I will write three reasons why I want forests.

My primary reason is that forests have been destroyed for urban plannings. A lot of buildings have been constructed to sell new comers moving to our town. Already, a wide range of forest changed to apartments or office buildings. The sight view of the town is not beautiful because we can see only buildings. Originally, human beings were living in forest. Even if we live in a big town, I strongly believe that we are longing for a (the) green environment.

Next (The next) reason is that people throw away many stuffs (much stuff) they do not need. In the forest near my house, a lot of stuffs are (stuff is) left. For example, they are (it is) refrigerators, televisions, microwaves, and so on. The forest does not seem beautiful. We must not forgive a small number of bad people destroying the view of the forest. I think to conserve forests includes to clean it (them) up.

Another reason is that forests are places for wild animals. It means that any forest does not belong to only human beings. Therefore, we need to consider all of the animals living (in) the forests. We can not cut the trees without any permission of the animals. To live together with them is a fundamental way for us. The conservation of forests also protests (protects) animals.

In conclusion, I want to keep the forests in our town. We destroy forests to construct new buildings, and we destroy the view of them. Moreover, we sometimes forget many animals are living there. We have to think the importance of the forests again.

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