In the future, nobody will buy printed newspapers or books because they will be able to read everything they want online without paying. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?


The rapid growth and expansion of the Internet associated with e-reading have raised a controversial question, whether nobody will buy printed newspapers or books in the future. In my opinion, the worst scenario when printed word become a thing of the past could happen.


The uncounted benefits that Internet-based reading provides could be the main reason why people have switched from printed newspapers to online news. First, e-reading is so available and commonplace. Smartphones and the Internet make accessing online news has been easier than ever before. In addition, the public now has numerous ways to get new information without buying newspapers such as podcasts, radios, television news, and so on. At the same time, e-books are extremely economical. There are thousands of websites that allow users to read books without payment. Although it is illegal, these websites still “survive” as the huge number of visitors.

As these mentioned above advantages, the number of people choosing printed newspapers and books has plummeted. Although online reading has surged in popularity over the past few decades, it is gradually dominant in readers' choices. Especially with the release of Kindle, e-books sales have skyrocketed. Furthermore, online reading is constantly innovating to catching up with printed books. E-book manufacturers are running thousands of campaigns, for example, stimulating innovations on mobile reading applications, or offering discounts to attract readers.


In conclusion, although it is a dismal scenario, I would argue that printed newspapers and books will be gradually surpassed and even replaced by online reading in the near future.

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The uncounted benefits that Internet-based reading provides could be the main reason why people have switched from printed newspapers to online news. First, e-reading all newspapers, large or small, national or local, have websites is so available and commonplace. Smartphones and the Internet make accessing online news has been (ungrammatical) easier than ever before. In addition, the public now has numerous ways to get new information without buying newspapers such as podcasts, radios, and television news, and so on. At the same time, e-books are extremely economical. There are thousands of websites that allow users to read books without payment. Although it is illegal, these websites still attract a large “survive” as the huge number of visitors.

As more people are understanding these mentioned above (Do not use this expression.) advantages, the number of people choosing printed newspapers and books has plummeted. Although Online reading has surged in popularity over the past few decades, it and has is gradually become the dominant choice of in readers' choices. Especially with the release of Kindle, e-books sales have skyrocketed. Furthermore, online reading is constantly innovating (That makes no sense.) to catching (wrong form) up with printed books. E-book manufacturers are running thousands of campaigns, for example, stimulating innovations (Give an example of what you mean.) on mobile reading applications, or offering discounts to attract readers.


In conclusion, although it is a dismal (Why is it dismal? You have not explained this point.) scenario, I would argue that printed newspapers and books will be gradually surpassed and even replaced by online reading in the near future.

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In modern society, the prevalence of e-content and the fast rate of e-reading are posing challenges for traditional books. In my opinion, the worst scenario when the printed word becomes a thing of the past could happen.


The benefits that Internet-based reading provides could be the main reason why people have switched from printed newspapers to online news. Smartphones and the Internet make accessing online news easier than ever before. People can find and read almost everything on the Internet. Besides, all newspapers, large or small, national or local, have websites; readers therefore can visit these websites to update news without buying printed newspapers. In addition, the public now has numerous ways to get new information such as podcasts, radios, and television news. At the same time, e-books are extremely economical compared with physical books. There are thousands of illegal websites that attract a large number of visitors since they allow users to read books without payment.

As more people are understanding these advantages, the number choosing printed newspapers and books has plummeted. Online reading has surged in popularity over the past few decades and has gradually become the dominant choice of readers. Especially with the release of e-reading devices, e-books sales have skyrocketed. Digital book manufactures are also updating their services, for instance, developing e-reading mobile applications. Thus, readers even do not need to buy e-readers, yet still enjoy their favorite books at any time.


In conclusion, I would argue that printed newspapers and books will be gradually surpassed and even replaced by online reading in the near future.

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To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

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In modern society, the prevalence of e-content and the fast rate of e-reading are posing challenges for traditional books. I agree with the statement completely. In my opinion, the worst scenario when the printed word becomes a thing of the past will could happen.

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I somewhat agree with this statement since there is a high likelihood that printed books will become relics of the past and all of us will carry our personal libraries with us on a high-capacity electronic reader.


The benefits that Internet-based reading provides could be the main reason why people have switched from printed newspapers to online news. Smartphones and the Internet make accessing online news easier than ever before. People can find and read almost everything of interest on the Internet. Besides, all newspapers, large or small, national or local, have websites; readers therefore can visit these websites to update news without buying a printed copy of the daily news. printed newspapers. In addition, the public now has numerous ways to get new information such as podcasts, radios, and television news. At the same time, e-books are extremely economical compared with physical books. There are thousands of illegal websites that attract a large number of visitors since they allow users to read books without payment. Further, the use of electronic reading material has a side benefit for the environment. We will use less paper, which reduces the rate of deforestation.

As more people are understanding these advantages, the number choosing printed newspapers and books has plummeted. Online reading has surged in popularity over the past few decades and has gradually become the dominant choice of readers. Especially with the release of e-reading devices, e-books sales have skyrocketed. Digital book publishers manufactures (wrong form) are also updating their services, for instance, developing e-reading mobile applications. Thus, readers even do not need to buy e-readers, yet still enjoy their favorite books at any time.

In conclusion, I would argue that printed newspapers and books will be gradually surpassed and even replaced by online reading in the near future.