Some people believe that we cannot learn anything from the past for our life today, while others believe that history is a valuable source of information to understand human's life. Discuss both views and give your opinion. Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

Many people accept the importance of history and learning from it, whereas, some say as per the changes in life and modern technology there is no need to implement past. To
commece
take the first step or steps in carrying out an action
commence
with, it
is commonly belive
Suggestion
is commonly believed
is commonly believe
is commonly believes
that those who learn from
past
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the past
do better in future.
For example
, china as learnt a
lo
(often followed by 'of') a large number or amount or extent
lot
from
there
of them or themselves
their
past. They were a low economy
country but
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country, but
with the passage of time, they started to work on their mistakes and today they are the biggest economy of the world. We as a human being possess the same nature, no matter in which era we are.
Therefore
, reading the history and understanding the traits and qualities of old people helps to understand their nature and living style. On the
otherhand
Suggestion
other hand
, those who believe that reading the history or going through the past is not that worthy as he technology has changed almost everything. It is not deniable that the way we are living our lives now has been
totaly
to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent
totally
changed,
therefore
, chasing the past is futile because our society will no
accpet
consider or hold as true
accept
it any more. To conclude, where the fast growing trends have changed the
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