Essay topic:

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?

My essay:

Traditional articles and novels are predicted not to be bought by anyone in the next few years because the Internet will provide them with free documents that they want to read. In my opinion, I somewhat agree that people will be able to access a large amount of information online because of the advancement of information-providing platforms and social media. However, I also believe that there will be some copyright policies preventing people from reading for free.


The first reason why I think that people in the future will not pay for printed newspapers and books anymore is the increasing appearance of numerous websites and applications that provide free information. In Vietnam, for example, there have been lots of these types of websites that help people access the latest news. Therefore, it is comprehensible that people can easily read everything they like in the future.


Another reason is that the development of social networks allows people to share everything with others quickly. In other words, there have been several groups and forums where people can share their e-books with others. Consequently, people will tend to exchange their books with others instead of buying them from a bookstore.


Nevertheless, as society has been improving, I consider that government will impose more copyright laws to protect the author’s possessions. That means that some illegal forums where people share their free books will be prohibited. Thus, people will not be able to read anything they want on the Internet for free.


In conclusion, before these laws are introduced, I believe that traditional books and newspapers will be replaced by complimentary documents on the Internet, owing to the development of apps and social media.

Traditional articles and novels (The topic is newspapers and books. Although a newspaper contains articles, that is not all they contain. Novels are only one of many different kinds of books. This is not a good representation of this task.) are predicted not to be bought by anyone (The passive voice is quite awful and unnatural.) in the next few years because the Internet will provide them with this material for free. free documents that they want to read. In my opinion, I somewhat agree that people will be able to access a large amount of information online because of the advancement of information-providing platforms and social media. (Social media is off-topic. "advancement of platforms" is a phrase that makes no sense.) However, I also believe that there will be some copyright policies preventing people from reading anything they want for free.


The first reason why I think that (Do not write your opinion in a body paragraph. It is in the opening thesis statement. The body paragraphs contain arguments that support your position.) people in the future will not choose to pay for printed newspapers and books anymore is the increasing appearance of numerous websites and applications that provide free information. In Vietnam, for example, there have been lots of these types of are many websites that help people access contain the latest news, (You really need to develop your ideas better. I have added some text as a suggestion.) updated in real time. They have the local weather with a 7-day forecast as well as local, national, and international news. They also have opinion articles which analyze the news, and interesting features such as recipes and reviews of the newest restaurants. However, the most trustworthy and comprehensive online newspapers require a monthly subscription. Therefore, it is comprehensible obvious that people can easily read everything they like in the future.

Another reason is that the development of social networks allow people to share their personal news or information everything with others quickly. In other words, there have been several groups and forums where people can share their e-books with others. Consequently, people will tend to exchange their books with others instead of buying them from a bookstore.

Nevertheless, as society has been improving, (That makes no logical sense.) I consider that the government will impose enforce more national and international copyright laws (Note: In Europe and the US, there are well-established copyright laws. But they do expire some time after the author's death. So there are many thousands of older, classic books that are generally free to read.) to protect the author’s intellectual property. possessions. That means that some illegal forums where people share their free books they have purchased will be prohibited. Thus, people will not be able to read anything they want on the Internet for free.


In conclusion, before these laws are introduced, I believe that traditional books and newspapers will be replaced by complimentary documents sources of this information on the Internet, owing to the development of apps and social media.


The coherence and cohesion is not the best. Your points are good, but you need to develop them more. Using fewer points and developing them more will improve your writing.
You have two types of materials: newspapers and books. There are different arguments for each one, so I would have one body paragraph for newspapers (availability of electronic form), but subscriptions required, and a second one for books (availability of electronic form at present, but illegal sharing being shut down. You can still buy e-books, or freely access those that are not copyright protected. Then your conclusion is that people are now able to get almost anything electronically instead of in paper form, but it is not without cost.

Thank you very much for helping me improve my essay and develop my ideas for this question.