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My Important Object - my mobile phone.

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Introduction

´╗┐OBJECT Nguyen Thanh Ho 1. Which object is important to me? It could be money, my jewelries, books, bags... It took me very long time to think about it, until I decided to call my classmate to ask for some ideas. This is a moment I realize that my mobile phone is the most necessary object that I could not live without it. Indeed, mobile phone to me is a miraculous object. It helps me to connect the whole world. It provides me with the ability to communicate with our family and friends, ect. not only through calls and SMS but even through sending email. With a phone I can keep in touch with all the people that I love even some of them live very far away. ...read more.

Middle

Instead of fighting with him in order to watch Disney on TV (as he likes sport programs) I can stay on my room and watch it on my phone. Thanks to all the people who has invented it. Someone tell me that I rely on my phone too much and I do not deny it. Once I lost my phone and it seemed the whole world was going to explode in front of me. It was a typical Tuesday morning. I realized that my phone had disappeared when my friend came to me and complained about my absence at the group meeting. I was really panicked as the schedule for the whole month was set up on the phone. ...read more.

Conclusion

After this story I know that I so depend on mobile phone however my life would be in a mess without it. Mobile phone to me is a treasure; an essential object which help me with work, study and general life. 2. I structure my piece in three paragraphs. In the first paragraph I introduce the object that I want to write about. I try to explain why and how it is important to me in the second paragraph. In the third paragraph, I confirm again the importance of the phone to my life by telling my true story. At first I want to mix up the second and the third paragraph. I want to explain the importance of the phone by telling the story but I find it is difficult in using tense (as I explain in present tense and tell the story which happen in the past). ...read more.

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