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What would our lives be without education We would not be having what we have today Our lives would not be the sameIn this century people have not had a lot of schools and it was hard for anyone to get more education But nowadays we have a lot of schools which we can choose from It is blessing to have this kind of education otherwise we would not be reading or writing We would be ignorant I think schools should stay as traditional class as always The reasons why I choose traditional classes are waking up early to socializing and teachersIndeed attended class plays a big role in our lives Waking up early in the morning gives you the chance to improve more in our knowledge For example I take all my class in school and I attend early in the morning Waking up at this time makes my day bright because it makes my brain fresh and clear It gives me the ability to learn something new quickly Moreover it gives me the time to reduce my laziness because when I go to bed early I can wake up quickly in the morning Also when I am sitting in the classroom and the instructor is lecturing us it is easy for me to catch everything he says because my brain is concentrating and I do not have anything to think at that moment Attending class in the morning gives us a lot of benefits which makes our day better Furthermore going to school gives us the chance to socialize with others When we attend class we meet with new people who help us with our work If we need help they will assist us These people will make our lives easier and they can give us some encouragement For example when you are a lazy person you always fail your classes The people who can change in your life are your classmates They
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