(STUDENT NUMBER- 22113413) Carlye Lottman
1. Write a composition using one of the topics listed below. Your composition needs to be three to five paragraphs long. It must contain an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. a. Argue for or against the limitation of speed limits.
In American society today, there are numerous laws designed to protect all citizens. One such law is having a speed limit. This requires motorists to drive reasonably and consider the conditions and potential hazards, regardless of what the speed limit signs say. As the automobile demands grew, the streets and highways expanded throughout the US, lawmakers created speed limits. On thee another hand, some citizens believe with modern day road materials and current automotive technologies, cars can safely exceed the legal limits set on almost every road in the United States. But, endless amount of studies and researches proves that having a speed limit can save lives, not to mention money.
b. Explain why a certain sport is your favorite.
If you had to choose your favorite sport, what would you choose? For me the answer to that question is easy. Basketball. My life basically has revolved around basketball since the first time I ever saw Michael Jordan dunk. Playing basketball, to me, is the biggest stress reliever I have tried. When I get on the court it's almost like the world is at a stand still and I'm the only one playing.
c. Compare and contrast driving in the winter and driving in the summer. New drivers may believe that driving an automobile is similar in every season, but experienced motorists are likely to know that winter and summer offer different pleasures and challenges. The most obvious distinctions between the seasons are the temperature, precipitation and amount of daylight. Each of these variables can change driving conditions dramatically. Indeed, some drivers even refrain from driving in certain weather. Fortunately, both seasons do have...
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