Duties I perform as a Student

As a student, my first and foremost duty is to study hard and take part in the activities of the school. I must have to gain knowledge so that I may be a responsible and successful citizen of my country. I take part in the co-curricular activities of my school for my all-round development.

My second duty is to respect my teachers and the elders. They are the mentors who will guide me whenever I need. Without proper guidance it is impossible to attain a definite goal.

My third duty is to be disciplined and punctual. I follow a disciplined life. I have prepared a daily routine which I follow strictly. I perform my tasks in time. I never postpone my tasks at hand.

My fourth duty is to take part in recreational activities and sports. I play cricket with my friends after school and on holidays. This keeps me healthy and energetic and helps in my studies. Besides sports, I have a hobby of gardening. It gives me immense pleasure.

My fifth duty is to maintain cleanliness. It is said that cleanliness is godliness. I wash my clothes on weekends and holidays. I keep my room and my school clean and orderly. I throw waste papers in garbage bins.

My sixth duty is to obey the rules of my school and my country. I follow the orders of my teachers. Likewise, I never go against the rules of my country. I have great respect for my school and my country.

My seventh duty is to help and love the younger children. I help my younger brothers in their studies. I share everything with them and play together.

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Short essay on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan or Clean India Drive

Introduction:- Mahatma Gandhi once said, “sanitation is more important than independence”. Gandhiji wanted Indians to lead a clean and hygienic life. But, unfortunately, Indians continued leading an unhygienic lifestyle even after six decades since independence. In order to materialise Gandhiji’s dream of a clean India, the ruling BJP took the decisive step of launching a cleanliness drive termed Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, also known as Clean India Drive.

About the drive/campaign:-
It was inaugurated on 2nd October in 2014 (the 145th birth anniversary of Gandhiji) by the Honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Rajghat, New Delhi. The aims of this drive are — (i) to discourage defection on the open, (ii) to stop manual scavenging, (iii) to install sanitary toilets, (iv) to recycle or dispose waste materials, and (v) to encourage private enterprises for cleanliness.

Need for this drive:-
The involvement of private enterprises in this drive would generate employment and increase GDP growth. It will reduce mortality rate and health-related expenses. It will also attach tourists to India.

Conclusion:-
The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan or Clean India Drive is the biggest ever cleanliness drive in India. It will be a success only if we Indians cooperate wholeheartedly with the government in this drive. We must remember the saying, “Cleanliness is next to godliness”.

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Short Essay on Cleanliness

Cleanliness 
 

                   What is cleanliness : Cleanliness is the habit of keeping our body mind and environment clean. It should be cultivated from early life. There is a saying — “Cleanliness is godliness”.

       

Why it is important : The habit of cleanliness helps us maintain good health. If we keep our body, clothes and environment clean, germs can not attack us easily. Moreover, a dirty person is disliked and avoided by everyone. The habit of cleanliness marks the personality and manners of a person. So we should keep ourselves and our environment clean.
How to maintain cleanliness : We should brush our teeth, oil our hair, bathe daily and wear washed clothes. We should keep away from dirt. We should …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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Learning the Voices in Easy steps, Day 2

How can we know ifa sentence is in Active Voice or Passive Voice? Here’s the rule :

The sentence is in Passive Voice if there are — am/is/are/was/were/be/been/being + Past Participle form of Main Verb

Otherwise it is in Active Voice.

Tell whether the following sentences are in Active Voice or Passive Voice:

(1) I don’t know him.

(2) She is writing a letter.

(3) Students are being taught by the teacher.

(4) He was seen in the market yesterday.

(5) We have arranged a picnic next month.

(6) My bicycle has been lost.

Answers : (1) Act, (2) Act, (3) Pass, (4) Pass, (5) Act, (6) Pass .

Rules for changing from Active Voice to Passive Voice :

(1) Subject and Object change position with each other. Pronoun in Subjective Case (I, we, he etc) changes to Objective Case (me, us, him etc) and vice versa.

(2) Complement(s) remain at the same place.

(3) If there is no Auxiliary Verb in Active Voice then use “Be Verbs” (am/is/are/was/were) in Passive Voice as per Tense and Number.

(4) If there is do/does/did as Auxiliary Verb then don’t use it in Passive Voice. In this case use “Be Verbs”.

(5) Always use Past Participle form of Main Verb in Passive Voice.

(6) If there is a Modal Auxiliary Verb (such as shall, should, will, would, can, could, may, might, must, need, dare, ought to and used to) then add the Verb “be” before Main Verb.

(7) If there is have/has/had as Auxiliary Verb then add the Verb “been” before Main Verb.

(8) If there is a Present Participle form (also known as “-ing form”) of Main Verb then use the verb “being ” before Main Verb in Passive Voice.

(9) If there is a Preposition right after the Main Verb then it will remain in the same position (i.e  right after the Main Verb).

(10) Add ‘by’ Preposition before Subject in Passive Voice. 

[But remember, ‘By’ is not absolutely necessary in Passive Voice. If the Subject is removed in Passive Voice (See Rule 13) then ‘by’ is also not needed. Sometimes other prepositions such as to/at/with may be used in place of ‘by’ (See Rule 12). ]

(11) If there are two Objects in Active Voice then the second Object (Direct Object) will be placed right after the Main Verb in Passive Voice.

(12) If there is a Verb or Word like know, satisfy, dissatisfy, pleased, displeased, vexed, surprised then there will be ‘to’/’at’/’with’ instead of ‘by’ in Passive Voice. In the case of ‘know’ there will be ‘to’. In the case of the other Words there will be either ‘with’ (a person) or ‘at’ (a person’s something or any other thing)

(13) If there is “I” or “We” as Subject then there is no need to use it in Passive Voice.

(14) If the sentence is an Interrogative Sentence (?) then —

(i) Who –> By who

(ii) Whom –> Who

(iii) What + S –> What (no change)

(iv) What – S (no Subject) –> By what

(v) Which/Whose + O –> Which/Whose + O (i.e., no change)

(vi) Other Question Words such as Where, When, Why, How doesn’t change.

All these Question Words will always remain at the beginning of the sentence in Passive Voice.

Examples :

(1) I meet him.

He is met by me.

(See Rule 1)

(2) He saw me yesterday.

I was seen by him yesterday.

(See Rule 2)

(3) Rajesh wrote a letter to Reshma.

Reshma was written a letter by Rajesh.

(See Rule 3)

(4) She does not read stories.

Stories are not read by her.

(See Rule 4)

(5) He does his homework regularly.

His homework is done by him regularly.

(See Rule 5)

(6) You must tell the truth.

The truth must be told by you.

(See Rule 6)

(7) The boy has broken the chair.

The chair has been broken by the boy.

(See Rule 7)

(8) Mr Ahmed is teaching English in the classroom.

English is being taught by Mr Ahmed in the classroom.

(See Rule 8)

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Learning the Voices in Easy Steps, Day 1

A sentence like “John has done the work” can be expressed in this way too — “The work has been done by John”. There is almost no difference in the meanings, but there is difference in emphasis. In the first sentence, emphasis is put upon the doer of the action i.e. “John” (meaning none but John has done the work). In the second sentence, emphasis is put upon “the work” (emphasis is on the completion of the work rather than on the doer of the action). In this sentence we can do away with “John” as such “The work has been done”. So, let me tell you the grammatical terms associated with each type of sentences. The first type of sentence is said to be in the Active Voice and the second type of sentence is said to be in the Passive Voice.

How can we identify a sentence in the Passive Voice easily? Remember this structure — S+am/is/are/was/were/be/been/being+Past Participle

Sentences in the above structure can be identified as in the Passive Voice, otherwise it’s in the Active Voice.

Remember that certain kinds of sentences can’t be changed into the other voice form, particularly sentences having intransitive verbs. “I slept well” or “She is a girl”, ” He was born in London” are such sentences.

Now, lets come to identifying the Subject, Object, Complement in a sentence. To identify these, you have to identify the Verb(s) first. Then ask the following questions using the Wh- words and the Verb(s) :

Who <Verb> ? : Subject

Whom <Verb> ? : Object-1 (Indirect Object)

What <Verb> ? : Object-2 (Direct Object)

How <Verb> ? : Complement

Where <Verb> ? : Complement

When <Verb> ? : Complement

Why <Verb> ? : Complement

Let’s take a sentence for example, “I offered the beggar a blanket sympathetically at my home yesterday because he was shivering in cold.”

Who <offered> ? : I (Sub.)

Whom <offered> ? : the beggar (Obj.-1)

What <offered> ? : a blanket (Obj.-2)

How <offered> ? : sympathetically (Com.)

Where <offered> ? : at my home (Com.)

When <offered> ? : yesterday (Com.)

Why <offered> ? : because he was shivering in cold ( Com.)

Only after identifying the Subject, Verb, Object and Complement can we proceed towards changing of voice. Before that we should keep in mind the following points :

(1) The Subject and the Object change positions with each other.

(2) The pronouns change from Subjective Case (I, we, you, he, she etc) to Nominative Case (me, us, you, him, her) and vice versa.

(3) There may or may not be Auxiliary Verb(s) and Past Participle form of Main Verb in Active Voice. But a Passive Voice sentence must have these two things.

(4) Words like not, never, ever, just, already, still etc remain attached to the Auxiliary Verb.

(5) Prepositions remain attached to the Main Verb.

(6) In Passive Voice form, the proposition ‘by’ is generally used before the Subject. Though other propositions like to, at, with are used in case of certain verbs such as ‘know’, ‘satisfy’, ‘please’, ‘vex’, ‘annoy’ etc.

(7) Complements never change their position. It can be anywhere in the semtence. In Passive Voice it should be left in the same position.

An example to understand this better –

Act. :- Mr Peters teaches English well.

Pass. :- English is taught by Mr Peters well.

In the Active Voice sentence, there is no Auxiliary, but the Passive Voice sentence has (‘is’). In the A.V. sentence ‘teaches’ is not a Past Participle form, but in the P.V. sentence ‘taught’ is a Past Participle form. The Subject ‘Mr Peters’ and the Object ‘English’ change positions with each other. The Complement ‘well’ (How <teaches> ?) remains in the same position. That’s all for today. The remaining part of the tutorial will be posted subsequently. Keep visiting and give feedback in the comments box below.

It so happened in English Grammar School

Tense, Voice and Narration were close friends. They went to a renowned school called “English Grammar School”. They always sat together on the first bench and didn’t want to mingle with others. They were muscular and moody sort of boys. So no one dared sitting with them. One day, Noun and Pronoun requested to sit with them, and were allowed. Preposition and Determiner entered classroom a little bit late that day. They used to sit with Noun and Pronoun, but were disheartened to see them sit there. Noun and Pronoun offered to go to another bench to sit with them. But, Preposition and Determiner were determined to take their positions on the first bench. They were fed up with the behaviour of Tense and his friends. So they signalled them not to go and asked Tense and his friends to leave the bench to them. But Tense, Voice and Narration refused and looked at them red-eyed. Preposition and Determiner rebuked them and used foul language. Noun and Pronoun also indulged in name-calling. The verbal abuse grew into severe fight. By that time, Adjective joined the fight taking Noun’s side A great hue and cry was raised. Interjection, the only girl in the class, was so frightened that she kept on exclaiming with fear. Main Verb and Auxiliary Verb came running to stop the fight. But, unfortunately, Main Verb stumbled and fell on the ground. Auxiliary Verb helped him stand up. They requested them but no one was willing to listen. Conjunction, the class monitor, slipped out of the classroom to call in a teacher. Their English teacher Mr Syntax rushed to the classroom. When he entered, everyone became silent. He asked Narration, “What’s the matter? Why are you quarreling?” Narration started narrating, “Sir, Preposition and Determiner told us to leave our bench and sit elsewhere. When we refused, they used slang words and physically assaulted us.” Voice, who generally remains active, spoke up in a passive voice, “I’ve got severely injured, sir. One of my teeth has been broken by these goons”. Tense was so tense that he could hardly speak. Mr Syntax turned to Preposition and his companions and said, “What would you say on this?” Preposition said …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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Prostuti 2015 Question Bank for Class 10, SEBA Assam

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Formal Letters (Includes Applications to the Headmaster/Principal, Letters to the Editor and FIR at a police station)

Letters to the Headmaster/Principal

Q.1. Write an application to your Principal/Head Master praying to grant a half holiday on the occasion of a local festival.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd…….

The Principal,

Jorhat Govt Boys’ H.S. & M.P. School, Jorhat

Sub: Prayer for granting a half holiday.

Sir,

Most humbly I, the class captain of Class X, would like to put forward an appeal on behalf of the students of Class X to grant a half holiday today on account of Urs Mehfil at nearby Pir Giasuddin Dargah.

You are requested to grant the same and oblige all of us.

Yours faithfully,

XYZ

Class : X , Roll No. – 1

Q.2. Write an application to the Head of your school requesting him/her to issue you a certificate to enable you to join a sports training in New Delhi in December. (Name sports you are going to get trained).

Ans:

To,                                                                          Dtd. ………….

The Headmaster,

Salt Brook School, Dibrugarh

Sub:       Prayer for issuing a certificate for the purpose of joining a sports training.

Sir,

With due respect I would like to inform you that I have intended to join “Mountaineering Training” organized by an NGO at Delhi. For this a certificate of excellence in sports is required from the Head of the institution. So, you are earnestly requested to issue a certificate to enable me to join the aforesaid training.

Your prompt action will oblige me always.

Yours faithfully

XYZ

Class: X, Roll No – 1

Q.3. You need a character certificate from your Principal/Headmaster/Headmistress. Write an application to him/her to issue you the certificate.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd……

The Principal,

Alitangoni Osmania H.S. School, Nagaon

Sub : Prayer for issuing a character certificate.

Sir,

Humbly and respectfully I want to request you for issuing a character certificate as I want to apply for a talent hunt competition. So you are cordially requested to take necessary steps to issue me a character certificate and oblige.

Your prompt action is solicited.

Yours faithfully,

XYZ

Q.4. Write a letter to the Head of your institution requesting him/her to issue you a transfer certificate.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd…….

The Principal,

Juria Higher Secondary School, Nagaon

Sub :      Prayer for issuing a transfer certificate.

Sir,

Most reverently I would like to state that my father, who is a govt servant, has got transferred to Goalpara recently. So our family has to shift there within a very short period of time. So my parents have thought of transferring me from this school to another one at Goalpara. I, therefore, seek from you issuance of a transfer certificate.

I do hope you will consider my matter and oblige.

Yours faithfully,

XYZ

Class : X, Roll No.- 1

 

Letters to the Editor of a Newspaper:-

Q.1. Write a letter to the Editor of an English newspaper against irregular supply of electricity in your town/village.

Or, Write a letter to the editor of the local newspaper against the frequent break-down of the electricity and the problems caused by it in your place/locality.

Or, Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper complaining about the frequent failure of electricity in your locality.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd…….

The Editor,

The Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the editor regarding frequent failure of electricity.

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Q.2. Write a letter to the Editor of the Sentinel, Guwahati drawing attention to bad piece of road in your locality.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd…….

The Sentinel,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the editor regarding a bad piece of road in the Rehabari area.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial section of your esteemed daily I want to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities towards the deplorable condition of A.K. Azad Road in the Rehabari area in Guwahati. The surface of the gravel road has worn off and potholes are to be seen all around. So traffic is slow. It is painful to pass through that road. We request the authorities in the PWD department to take notice of the road and reduce traffic slowdown.

Yours,

XYZ and others

Q.3. Write a letter to the editor of a local newspaper against irregular supply of water in your place/locality.

Or, Write a letter to the editor of a local English newspaper drawing the attention of the authorities to the scarcity of water in your locality.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd…….

The Editor,

The Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the editor regarding scarcity of water.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial page of your esteemed daily I would like to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities to the problem faced by the residents of Bhuyanpatty area at Nagaon town of irregular supply of water. Though there is a water filtering plant at Bhuyanpatty, it supplies water irregularly. Most of the days, the plant doesn’t run. People queuing for potable water are discouraged. It has resulted in scarcity of water in the area. Concerned authorities are hereby requested to take immediate action.

Yours,

XYZ et al

Q.4. Write a letter to the Editor of “The Assam Tribune” drawing the attention of the authorities to sudden rise in prices of essential commodities.

Or, Write a letter to the editor of a local English newspaper urging the authorities to open a fair price shop in your locality in view of the steep rise in prices of essential commodities.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd…….

The Editor,

The Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the editor concerning sudden rise in prices of essential commodities.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial section of your esteemed daily I want to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities towards the steep rise in prices of essential commodities as an aftershock of recent rise in petrol and diesel. Essential commodities like rice, potato, edible oil, salt, sugar etc have become much costly for a lower class and middle class person. Keeping in view the inconveniences of the general public, we demand the govt of Assam to set up fair price shops in every locality to tackle the effects of price-rise.

Yours,

XYZ and others.

Q.5. Write a letter to the editor of a local English newspaper about frequent road accidents in your city/locality.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd……

The Editor,

The Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the editor regarding frequent road accidents on VIP Road.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial section of your esteemed daily I want to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities towards the frequent road accidents on VIP Road in Guwahati due to some unruly drivers and bikers. Taking opportunity of less number of traffic police on that road, some unruly bikers and drivers try to practice dangerous stunts. Many young boys get injured and a few die. Many pedestrians were severely injured in the past. We beseech the youth to abstain from such activities. City police should keep an eye on this.

Yours,

XYZ, et al

Q.6. Write a letter to the editor of a local English newspaper about the traffic jam in your city or poor road condition in your area.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd……

The Editor,

Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the Editor concerning traffic jam at Silpukhuri.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial section of your esteemed daily I want to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities towards the problem of frequent traffic jams especially in the morning. As the students, the service holders and the businessmen rush for reaching their destinations in time in the morning, the narrow RGB road plying across Silpukhuri becomes very congested. Moreover, the rickshaws increase traffic jam. Worn out footpaths are causing more woe. The GMDA authorities are requested to take steps for better traffic management.

Yours,

XYZ, etc

Q.7. Write a letter to the editor of a local English newspaper drawing attention to the inconvenience caused by the street beggars in your place.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd……

The Editor,

The Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the editor regarding inconvenience caused by street beggars at Nagaon town.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial section of your esteemed daily I want to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities towards the inconvenience caused by street beggars at Nagaon town. Most of the beggars are seen taking up begging as a lucrative occupation. Some young children beg around taking a baby on lap. Many others beg with an idol or photo of a deity in hand. Even some physically fit people are also into this ‘business’. Common people and shopkeepers are annoyed by them everyday. NGOs should come forward and rehabilitate the physically challenged beggars.

Yours, XYZ etc

Q.8. Write a letter to the editor of a local English newspaper complaining about the insanitary conditions of your locality.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd……

The Editor,

Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the Editor concerning insanitary conditions at Dhing Gate area in Nagaon town.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial section of your esteemed daily I want to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities towards the insanitary condition at the Dhing Gate area in Nagaon town. As the area is a business hub and transportation point, public gathering is very high. There are no proper drainage system to flush out the filth and no dusbins to throw garbages into. So, piles of garbages are seen on the roadside which make the atmosphere unhygienic. The municipality is neglecting their duty.

Yours, XYZ etc

Q.9. Write a letter to the editor of a local English newspaper complaining about the inconvenience and discomfort caused by hawkers.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd……

The Editor,

Assam Tribune,

Chandmari, Guwahati

Sub :      Letter to the Editor concerning the inconvenience and discomfort caused by hawkers at Nagaon town.

Sir,

Through the popular editorial section of your esteemed daily I want to draw attention of the readers as well as the govt authorities towards the inconvenience and discomfort caused by hawkers at Nagaon town. From dawn to dusk a group of street hawkers roam around the nook and corner of the town. They cry out loud which causes distraction from studies among the students. Ice-cream sellers and ‘bhelpuri’ sellers are seen selling unhygienic food items. Many criminals also roam around in the guise of hawkers. Four families have been robbed at daytime in the past two months by some suspected hawkers. Two hawkers have been beaten by local public for attempting to kidnap young children. We demand strict vigilance over the hawkers by the local police stations.

Yours, XYZ etc

Other Formal Letters:-

Q.1. Write an application to the Officer-in-Charge of your HSLC/ AHM Examination centre to provide you with sick-room facilities.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd…….

The Officer-in-Charge,

Alitangoni Osmania H.S. School, Nagaon, Assam

Sub :      Prayer for provision of sick-room facility.

Sir,

With due honour I would like to plead before you to provide me sick-room facility considering my physical weakness caused by viral fever. I am currently not in a position to sit for the HSLC Examination at appointed room. A copy of medical report has been enclosed herewith. I request you to be kind enough to grant me the aforesaid facility and oblige.

Yours truly,

XYZ,

Roll. — …….. , No. – ……

Q.2. Your bicycle has been stolen. Write a letter to the Officer-in-Charge of the Police Station reporting the theft and requesting him to recover the bicycle.

Or, Write a letter to the Officer-in-Charge of your local Police Station complaining about the loss of your bicycle.

Ans:

To,                                                                                          Dtd

The Officer-in-Charge

Juria Police Station, Nagaon, Assam

Sub : FIR in respect of theft of bicycle.

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Short Essay on The Uses and Abuses of Mobile / Cellphones

The Uses and Abuses of Mobile / Cellular Phones

Introduction :          Articulate speech is the human capacity that allows us to communicate and express ourselves. Human being is the only animal that possesses the extraordinary capacity of speecht. Mobile phones increase significantly this ability. That’s why we can say that mobile phones make human beings more human, because by using them we multiply and make ubiquitous our communication ability. Mobile use has become widespread. Nowadays almost all of us have at least one of these devices. Even 10 year old kids use them with an enviable ease.

Mobile uses:                Mobile phone has become an indispensable tool. We don’t need a PC or a laptop in order to get internet connection anymore. We connect to the World Wide Web using our mobile phones. Apart from this, we also use it for taking photos, recording videos, receive and send e-mails and download and install the applications we need. We use smartphones for internet surfing, accessing social networks, perform searches, buy movie tickets, clothes and other accessories.

Mobile abuses:            According to studies, abusing the use of mobile phones can generate stress, anxiety or addiction. It specially refers to teenagers. It has been observed that teenagers who use their mobile phone too frequently are more prone to anxiety, sleep disorders, stress and fatigue, apart from cognitive and attention issues.

The studies show that mobile phones are used for personal matters and preferably outdoors. They are also used for …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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