Some people think that the best way to increase road safety is to increase the minimum legal age for driving cars or riding motorbikes. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Today, concerns are high about how the digital age will change the libraries. Some argue that libraries soon will sink into oblivion as nowadays
information
of
Suggestion
in
any field is readily available on the Internet. To the best of my knowledge,
this
idea should be rejected as one can see quite a few facts in favour of why libraries are still of relevance in modern days. Generally speaking, students today are learning in conditions which are not conducive to their education. At home, they are attacked
with
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by
all kinds of noise coming from
next
door. It is not a rare occasion when a party is organised or a karaoke session is held. In school, vehicle horns, the sound of motorbike engines or from construction sites continue to wreak havoc on students’ concentration. In
such
situations, libraries are no less than oases in the desert for the students. They are places where it is invariably quiet anytime they visit, where they have their work done effectively. Some hold the belief that libraries are no longer necessary in
this
day and age, when knowledge and
information
is freely up for grabs for students. From my perspective,
this
view is flawed. What
this
argument fails to take into account is the fact that a significant amount of
information
on the Internet nowadays has never been verified and
therefore
it is prejudiced, inaccurate or even misleading.
Such
information
can potentially warp
students’ perception
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students’ perceptions
the students’ perception
on
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of
many life issues, which can cause devastating effects on both their professional careers and private lives later down the road. Books, on the other hands, are always censored before being published.
Hence
, it is much better for students to gain wisdom from books than from materials circulating the Internet. These foregoing points have brought me to the conclusion that the importance of libraries should not be downplayed despite many advancements made in the technological era.
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