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Television is a video broadcasting system Although television is useful some people believe that it destroys communication among friends and family Its a fact that television like clowns can entertain us It can make us laugh cry or scared You laugh when you watch a comedy You cry when you watch a tragedy You are scared when you watch a horror This causes us to stay at home caring about nobody While you are watching your favorite movie your parents or friends call you Youre supposed to answer the call but what happens is that you dont answer it Youre engrossed in the movie and dont hear the phone ringing or anybody calling Besides television just like our friends can also tell us news The news on television is much more comprehensive since the sources are from the entire world For example if I want to know news about America I neednt have to ask my friends who live in America What I need to do is to turn on my chatter box and watch the news Consequently I will gradually lose direct contact with my friends In the knowledge sector the library parents friends and certainly television for instance the discovery channel provide us knowledge I do not need to visit the school library all the time I can also learn something from historical and scientific movies and documentaries This is good but if I come to the extent of preferring television to my parents teachers and friends for advice or knowledge I may lose interactions with the outer world which in turn Harming the quality of interpersonal communication Television can entertain us give us information and provide us knowledge However the usefulness may destroy communication among friends and family if we rely too much on it
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