The increase in mobile phone use in recent years has transformed the way we live, communicate and do business. Mobile phones can also be the cause of social or medical problems. What forms do these problems take? Do you think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages of mobile phones?

Almost everybody has a mobile
. But it’s a great invention? I think there are both advantage and disadvantage.
, we will discuss about its advantages. It’s cheap and convenient for us to use. We can use mobile
with 4G of Wifi to keep in touch with anyone we want without spending too much money. We can call video, send messages or email to friends or colleagues wherever they live.
in addition
, it’s quite small so we can easily take it everywhere that we want.
, it
has some disadvantages. If we overuse mobile
, it will cause a lot of serious illness
as: headache, stress or depression. It
distracts students from their study,
of doing homeworks they use mobile
to play games or chat with friends. In conclusion, I think every
an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions
has its advantages and disadvantages.
, we should take
the quality of having a superior or more favorable position
of its benefits and avoid its drawbacks.
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