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On the one hand, the problem would be insidious for ones who are not fluent in the language of the country they are living. Of course, for simple daily task such as go to grocery store, it could be solved simply with body language used. However, it is frustrated for them and others when they have to use the language, for more difficult communication situations at work, or understand dirty jokes or more serious conversation. As the result, they might struggle to socialise, then isolate themselves from local community. Perhaps, this could be done with international languages such as English, but it would be matter if they live in areas where these languages are less popular.

On the other hand, I do not see serious problem that ones with high ability to use the foreign language have to face. They can simply crack the local people’s jokes and fully understand such ‘jargons’ and slangs which seems to be only used by local people. They can successfully make comprehensive conversation at work, and comfortably socialise. They would be embarrassed with their misuse of their words or inaccurate pronunciation, but they have capability to cope with and clarify their messages.

The bar chart compares the amount of electricity produced and consumed in the top ten countries in 2014. Overall, electricity was produced enough for consumption in each country, and China and the US were the leading producers and consumers of electricity in the world.

The biggest producer and consumer of electricity, China, produced and consumed around 5400 billion kWh of electricity in 2014. With a production and consumption of around 4000, the US was the second largest producer and consumer globally. The amount of electricity produced and consumed in these 2 countries were by far higher than the rest of the world.

The production and consumption of Russia was relatively the same at just over 1000, and this number was slightly higher than that of Japan and India. All other countries generated and used around 500 in 2014. However, Germany was the only that used more electricity than they made, and Korea Republic was the smallest producer and consumer of electricity among these top 10 countries.

I think children should be taught history even in today’s world. It can show children the origin of our modern society and how it came to be. Otherwise, children can have insight into historical events which are of similar nature so that they can possibly learn from them, both successes and failures. Thus, I think history is one of the best ways to teach our children critical thinking when they can examine the how and why of the events, and this means that they may ideally avoid the similar mistake in the future.

On the other hand, I believe that subjects associated with natural science are more important than history. It is a fact that math and science and the advance of technology are the basis of much of the fabric of our modern society, and ones who are behind the race of high-tech would be likely unable to offer the high quality of life for their people. It is and should be the highest priority of our society rather than the lessons of the past, and to win the run, we need to invest into the future of science and technology by the current education in this area.

It is a pervasive and problematic idea which maintains that scientific school subjects are more valuable than history. However, I am of the opinion that scientific subjects are more important as they seem to be the better investment for the future.

One of the reason for famine is that crops are unlikely grown as harsh natural conditions like deserts, and it is likely that embedding innovative agricultural technologies, they can grow and feed themselves. However, the fact is they might be unable to access or purchase these technologies as they are developed and owned by developed countries. Of course, they can be transferred as international aids but more often as political advantages for other benefits. Many starving countries such as African countries let their people dying in hunger rather than receiving those aids. Therefore, the solution would be not out of developed countries’ hand.

There also other reasons for food emergency around the world. First, natural causes included natural disasters such as droughts and floods destroying crops and resulting in food shortages. I think the urgent action in this case is food aids. Second, the crop production in previously stable fertile areas has been severely stifled for years by the conflict so that people lost their livestock, flee their homes and then starved. There would be no better way than the conflict coming to an end by diplomacy perhaps.

In conclusion, many people believe that technology in agriculture would create a future without starvation. However, I think that technology seems to be a long-term solution rather than the more urgent cooperation of countries to appeal for aids and stop the conflict.