Monologues for English exam


Monologues for English exam.


The Internet, magazines, advertisements, newspapers, encyclopedias, referents book- all these words mean knowledge. But not all information can be true, because all the articles, books and advertisements are written by people. Each person have their own way of thinking and they see things differently and thus their published information might not be true.

Personally, I do not believe everything I read, because the publisher might be bribed to write wrong information. On the other hand, I have a few websites on the internet and few newspapers, which I rely on and believe they are always telling the truth. A lot of people have access to the Internet nowadays, this means everyone can publish information on it about everything they like, but not everyone can publish a book or a magazine.

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