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Easier English Arguments:
HOW TO USE THESE EASIER ENGLISH ARGUMENTS IN ELT
Is it a good idea for religion to be part of politics?
Argument: Should the West stop giving aid to Africa?
Is social media bad for us?
Argument: can eating meat and dairy products be sustainable?
Is it a good idea to say that everyone must vote?
Argument: If you worry about climate change, is it a good idea to have children?
Is being a surrogate mother a good way out of poverty?
Is it a good idea to have a basic income?
Argument: If we make the detention of migrants more humane, does this increase detention?
Argument: should 16-year-olds vote?
Argument: are exams bad for children?
Argument: can shopping be a form of activism?
Is nuclear power necessary for a carbon-free world?
Should we have a maximum wage?
Is China good for Africa?
Should celebrities promote charities?
Is animal testing necessary for medical research?
Is there a place for genetically modified (GM) crops in a sustainable future?
Argument: Is it time to stop trying to make the economy grow?
Is male circumcision bad for you?
Is it a good idea for prostitution to be legal?
Argument: Has the Arab Spring failed?
Is it time for the end of the UN Security Council?
Is flying still a possibility?
Is it a good idea to stop halal and kosher ways of killing animals?
Are riots good for democracy?
Argument: Can plastic surgery make you feel free?
Is vegan activism too aggressive?
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