Television is the most popular device for information and entertainment. That’s why it is a common subject for writing essays and paragraphs. Here we have written a bunch of Essays on Television in English, as well as a short paragraph on TV. The role, importance, uses, abuses, advantages, and disadvantages of television are explained in these articles. In addition to general readers, the essays about television may especially help the students and examinees.
For junior class students, “my classroom” is a common topic for composition and paragraph writing. It does not require difficult words and sentences, so students studying at primary and secondary levels often have questions in local and central exams that you write a short paragraph or composition about your classroom.
Here are 4 consecutive paragraphs and 1 composition on “My Classroom” ranging from 100 to 200 words.
This is a bunch of paragraphs and compositions about a village doctor, for students and examinees. How a village doctor lives his life, how he serves the sick people of the village at low cost, why the role of a village doctor in a village is important, all are explained in simple words in the following essays and paragraphs.
Here are three paragraphs on using a dictionary. What is a dictionary, why is it important to use it, what are the benefits of using a dictionary, all these things are highlighted in these paragraphs. The following paragraphs about using a dictionary are ranging from 100 to 300 words.
Here are 5 paragraphs on My Reading Room. They are short, only in 100-150 words. The paragraphs are written for students in classes 4 to 10, avoiding difficult words and sentences. So, hope you like them.
We’ve written one composition and three paragraphs here, about a school teacher and his role. In a student’s statement, they highlight the social importance of a primary school teacher, his teaching methods, how he treats students, his responsibilities, and other human qualities. The school teacher composition is in 100 words, and the 3 paragraphs about a school teacher below contain 130, 140, and 200 words.
The Devil Makes Work for Idle Hands A funny story, by Njide Mkparu The devil makes work for idle hands is the same saying as ‘an idle mind is the devil’s workshop’. This saying reminds me of what happened during my primary school days. There was a boy in my class. His name is Ken. He was nicknamed ‘Ken the Cat’. He was given this name because of his attitude. …
What is the current state of ancient astronomy? Why is there no astronomy faculty in most higher education institutions today? Is it the decline of our education, or is astronomy now being studied in another form?
The Water Nymph & the Woodcutter’s Story Aesop’s Fable A woodcutter used to go to cut wood every day in a forest. He was very poor. He earned a little by selling wood and made his living. One day he went to a riverside to cut wood. As soon as he hit a tree with his ax, the ax slipped from his hand and fell into deep water. It was …
Once upon a time, there was a young shepherd who took his flock to pasture every day. Since he was extremely bored, he decided to play a joke on the local peasants.
Keep reading. It is one of Aesop’s most famous and popular fables. It contains valuable advice for you.