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Topic: It is too expensive to look after and repair old buildings. This money should be spent on modern buildings instead.


There is an argument that instead of repairing and maintaining old buildings, we should spend on modern buildings. I partially agree with this argument.

It is better to renovate modern buildings to enhance their worth instead of spending on old buildings. Buildings constructed long ago were generally designed to suit the lifestyle of the people at that time. But, as modern buildings fulfil the day- to-day and other important requirements of the people living now, they need more attention and care. For example, the design and the facilities of a hospital built five decades ago are highly unlikely to fulfill the requirements of medical practitioners and patients of today. Therefore, it will be prudent to augment the utility of the recently built hospital instead of repairing or maintaining the one built long ago.

On the other hand, every old building is not worth its maintenance and repair cost. Some bear testimony to the culture and heritage of the place. Mural paintings and architecture of some old buildings contain intriguing details of the social, cultural and political life of the people in the past. For example, The Empire State Building in the United States of America, constructed nearly seventy years ago, apart from having been the world tallest building till 2012, attracts around four million tourists every year. It has had a significant role in the political history of the country.

In conclusion, though it is very expensive to look after or repair old buildings, some deserve to be looked after with utmost care for the value they hold for the present and future generations. Nevertheless, when it is evident that an old building is not serving any purpose, instead of repairing it, it is better to strengthen a modern one.

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Could you point out the mistakes in this essay?

Topic: It is too expensive to look after and repair old buildings. This money should be spent on modern buildings instead.

There is an argument that instead of repairing and maintaining old buildings, we should spend on modern buildings. I partially agree with this argument.

It is better to renovate modern buildings to enhance their worth instead of spending on old buildings. Buildings constructed long ago were generally designed to suit the lifestyle of the people at that time. But, as modern buildings fulfil the day- to-day and other important requirements of the people living now, they need more attention and care. For example, the design and the facilities of a hospital built five decades ago are highly unlikely to fulfill the requirements of medical practitioners and patients of today. Therefore, it will be prudent to augment the utility of the recently built hospital instead of repairing or maintaining the one built long ago.

On the other hand, it is wrong to say that all old buildings are not worth the money spent for their repair and maintenance. Some bear testimony to the culture and heritage of the place. Mural paintings and architecture of some old buildings contain intriguing details of the social, cultural and political life of the people in the past. For example, The Empire State Building in the United States of America, constructed nearly seventy years ago, apart from having been the world tallest building till 2012, attracts around four million tourists every year. It has had a significant role in the political history of the country.

In conclusion, though it is very expensive to look after or repair old buildings, some deserve to be looked after with utmost care because of their cultural value. But, if an old building does not have anything promising for the present and future generations, instead of repairing it, it is better to strengthen a modern one.

There is an argument that instead of repairing and maintaining old buildings, we should invest in spend on modern buildings. I partially agree with this argument.

It is better to renovate modern buildings to increase their value enhance their worth instead of spending on fixing up older ones. buildings. Buildings constructed long ago were generally designed to suit the lifestyle of the people at that time. But, as modern buildings fulfil the day- to-day needs and other important requirements of the people living now, they need regular maintenance and occasional updating.. more attention and care. For example, the design and the facilities of a hospital built five decades ago are highly unlikely to fulfill the requirements of medical practitioners and patients of today. Therefore, it will be prudent to take advantage of the modern facilities in a augment the utility of the recently-built hospital instead of repairing or maintaining the one built long ago.

On the other hand, it is wrong to say that all old buildings are not worth the money spent on for their repair and maintenance. Some bear testimony to the culture and heritage of the place. Mural paintings and architecture of some old buildings represent, even embody, contain intriguing details of the social, cultural and political life of the people in the past. For example, The Empire State Building in New York City the United States of America, constructed nearly seventy years ago, apart from having been was the world's tallest building till 2012, and it attracts around four million tourists every year. Perhaps it is best known for its climactic role in the science fiction film King Kong where the giant beast, climbs to the summit and is attacked by fighter planes. It has had a significant role in the political history of the country.

In conclusion, though it is very expensive to look after or repair old buildings, some deserve to be looked after with utmost care because of their cultural value. But, if an old building does not have anything promising for the present and future generations, instead of repairing it, it is better to tear it down and build strengthen a modern one.


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Hi AlpheccaStars

Thank you very much for the corrections and comments. I have gone through them. I understand their significance.

And, the video clip reminded me of the times when King Kong Lives (1986) was talked about by everyone in my place.

I haven't seen the original one, made in 1933. Will see it soon.

Thank you once again

Suresh