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Opinions greatly diverge whether money should be prioritized to develop faster models of transportation or to focus on other urgent issues such as environmental problems and living expenses. From my perspective, it is better for governments to highly consider the second idea.

On the one hand, providing citizens with faster forms of public transport brings about certain benefits. It is irrefutable that faster transportation allows people, particularly commuters, to stand a chance of reducing traveling time to and from work. As a result, people would reach their company on time without any hindrance, which tremendously enhances their work productivity. Furthermore, with the advent of this method, people no longer have to suffer from the situation of being packed in cramped and hot buses. In fact, they will not need to get up quite early to rush to work on time or take a seat on a bus, which engenders more spare time for them to do more exercises and have breakfasts with their family.

On the other hand, I do agree that the further investment on other vital aspects is argued to be more momentous. To commence with, environmental pollution is obviously one of the most pressing concerns. Despite the convenience of faster forms of transport, their exhaust fumes emitted a great deal into the atmosphere definitely make humans more susceptible to respiratory diseases and other kinds of health problems. In addition, nowadays, a host of people are struggling to cope with their basic daily needs owing to the increasing cost of living. To elaborate, if such situations are not tackled immediately, nations’ economies will be adversely affected, which leads to a decrease in the quality of humans’ life.

In conclusion, although there are undeniable benefits that faster transportation possesses, I am convinced the expenditure on other priorities should be the first important governments’ action.

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[ 1] Spending money to improve public transport is a priority for many governments. However, opinions greatly diverge over whether money should be prioritized to develop faster models of transportation or to focus on other urgent issues such as environmental problems and reducing inflation. [ 2] living expenses. From my perspective, it is better for governments to focus on the latter. highly consider the second idea.

On the one hand, providing citizens with faster forms of public transport brings about certain benefits. [ 3] It is irrefutable that Faster transportation allows people, particularly commuters, to [ 4] stand a chance of reduce ing traveling time to and from work, As a result, people would reach their company on time without any hindrance, which tremendously could enhance their work productivity. Furthermore, with the advent of this method, faster transport means people no longer have to suffer from the situation of being packed in cramped and hot buses or trains for hours. In fact, they will not need to get up quite early to rush to work on time or take a seat on a bus, which engenders more spare time for them to do more exercises and enables them to have wake up later or enjoy breakfast with their family.

On the other hand, I do agree also believe that the further investment on in other vital aspects areas is argued to be can be more important or even more urgent. momentous. To commence with, environmental pollution is obviously one of the most pressing concerns. [ 5] Despite the convenience of faster forms of transport, their exhaust fumes emitted a great deal into the atmosphere definitely make humans more susceptible to respiratory diseases and other kinds of health problems. In addition, nowadays, a host of a significant number of people are struggling to cope with pay for their basic daily needs owing to the increasing cost of living. To elaborate, if such situations are not tackled immediately, nations’ economies will be adversely affected, which leads to a decrease in the quality of humans’ life. [ 6]

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[ 1]: You should write a brief sentence at the start of the introduction to present the topic to the reader.

[ 2]: I know that is not your fault, but “living expenses” is not natural in that sentence.

[ 3]: That is too strong.

[ 4]: If you complicate your sentences, you stand a great chance of making them unnatural and ungrammatical.

[ 5]: That is off topic. You presented a useful point (environmental pollution), so you should elaborate on it and give an example.

[ 6]: Again, you need to zoom in on that point and show how it is relevant to the essay question. Revise and post below.