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Many people say that you would never know what tomorrow brings until the day comes Have you ever wonder what your future would be like as you get older Because every year things change around the globe In these two short stories by two famous authors All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury and The Fun They Had By Isaac Asimov is about what our future would be like on earth In both stories the main characters are students and they are around the ages of 14-16 but the big difference is that the students in All Summer in a Day live in Venus and the students in The Fun They Had lives on earth The most unbelievable thing is that the students on Venus have a teacher as a human being and the students on earth have a robot as their teacher Both stories took place in a school but had girls for being the main characters They also tell us about what our future would be like and the different ways students can learn in a school environment The Fun They Had by Isaac Asimovis about two young teenagers by the name ofTommy and Margie Tommy finds a book and together with Margie they compare and contrast their present school with school from the past People who know well about technology know that in the future there will be no more real books in school or in any available placesThe wouldonly behave so called television screen on which among other things millions of electronic book can be storied As you read along in this story about the main characters Margie and Tommy They held a real book which they found and they could not believe that it is real They thought it was a waste of time because you must throw it away when you are through with it and they are surprised that it is still the same words when
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