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We are always guided to avoid literary and argumentative essays, but in 2019 there were a lot of argumentative and literary essays like
Let there be more light at the corridors of worship places
First of all, I can't even comprehend this. Is this talking ab out religious freedom or a movement against atheism.
Urdu literature and progressive movements
Unfortunately, my Burger schools never taught me this
Truth is lived, not taught
Too philosophical to invest my time into this during exam.
Sometime we donot see, what we see
Again beyond my brain

Can anyone else comment about this essay paper?
I did democracy essay, which ones did others do?
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Hello dear,
I appeared in 2019 and opt for the topic: Sometimes we do not see what wee see. Though you are right that literary, argumentative or philosophical topics were asked in the essay this year, it is never opined not to choose or prepare for literary essays. Actually in recent years, most students have veered their attention towards literary topics. The reason lies in the fact that literary topics are in general 'open-ended'. You can start from where you want and finish where you want. There are no boundaries for completing such topics. That is why those students who have immense general knowledge and are adept at history prefer to opt for such topics.
PS: This is solely my personal opinion
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We are always guided to avoid literary and argumentative essays, but in 2019 there were a lot of argumentative and literary essays like
Let there be more light at the corridors of worship places
First of all, I can't even comprehend this. Is this talking ab out religious freedom or a movement against atheism.
Urdu literature and progressive movements
Unfortunately, my Burger schools never taught me this
Truth is lived, not taught
Too philosophical to invest my time into this during exam.
Sometime we donot see, what we see
Again beyond my brain

Can anyone else comment about this essay paper?
I did democracy essay, which ones did others do?
Dear, these topics are not all about philosophy and literature.

For instance the topic one "Let there be more light at the corridors of worship places" is about the the need of more tolerance, humanity, compassion, coexistence, love, respect etc in the realms of various religious places or seminaries around the world. The reason is that various religions are exploited for personal gains by extremists and clerics in contemporaray times that brings so much harm to the world. So, there is a need to spread and teach peace and love in the corridors of worship places to make this world more secure and pleasant.

Similarly, the topic "Sometime we do not see, what we see" tells us that it's not necessary that what we are seeing is the reality. In this essay we can write various examples as supporting arguments such as
Social media and its hidden evils
UN: the proponent or violator of human equality?
Free trade and its hidden agenda
Democracy: rule of the people or rule over the people?
Evils associated with modern and improved lifestyle
Freedom of speech and its repercussions
Traitors in the guise of friends
Love marriages usually fail
Coeducation: not absolutely perfect way of learning
Financial instituions: a new form of imperialism
Debt trap of china under the cloak of investment
etc

So, one can write the quotational essay even by using arguments from comtemporary happenings.
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Thank you for your response. I really appreciate this
If you don't mind me saying this, but you refereed me as "Hello Dear". Do you know that this is a grammar mistake that South Asians do a lot. This should always be referred to your spouse. I believe that you wanted to say Dear Forum Member or something, the way its said in a letter. Dear followed by a name in a letter is acceptable to use in letters or emails or posts. Dear a lone sounds too intimate, and I am a female so I am uncomfortable with this.
In fact, in my CSS journey, I noticed this a lot that people use dear to refer to friends and complete strangers. This is actually incorrect and native English speakers don't use it in this way. I don't mean to offend anyone, my intention of pointing this out is to help the forum members to better understand English Language as natives speak it.
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Again you refereed me as dear
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We are always guided to avoid literary and argumentative essays, but in 2019 there were a lot of argumentative and literary essays like
Let there be more light at the corridors of worship places
First of all, I can't even comprehend this. Is this talking ab out religious freedom or a movement against atheism.
Urdu literature and progressive movements
Unfortunately, my Burger schools never taught me this
Truth is lived, not taught
Too philosophical to invest my time into this during exam.
Sometime we donot see, what we see
Again beyond my brain

Can anyone else comment about this essay paper?
I did democracy essay, which ones did others do?
Are you able to reproduce your outline? If yes, can you please share it?
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Thank you for your response. I really appreciate this
If you don't mind me saying this, but you refereed me as "Hello Dear". Do you know that this is a grammar mistake that South Asians do a lot. This should always be referred to your spouse. I believe that you wanted to say Dear Forum Member or something, the way its said in a letter. Dear followed by a name in a letter is acceptable to use in letters or emails or posts. Dear a lone sounds too intimate, and I am a female so I am uncomfortable with this.
In fact, in my CSS journey, I noticed this a lot that people use dear to refer to friends and complete strangers. This is actually incorrect and native English speakers don't use it in this way. I don't mean to offend anyone, my intention of pointing this out is to help the forum members to better understand English Language as natives speak it.
Are you a female iron man?
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this is the dumbest thing that I have ever heard! Do you have any sense of how fandoms work? Half of male superhero urls are females
Yes, you are right. I didn't have any sense of "how fandoms work". I asked you on a lighter note. You took it personal and assaulted me with harsh words.
(P.S. I am sorry if I hurt you in my previous post.)
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We are always guided to avoid literary and argumentative essays, but in 2019 there were a lot of argumentative and literary essays like
Let there be more light at the corridors of worship places
First of all, I can't even comprehend this. Is this talking ab out religious freedom or a movement against atheism.
Urdu literature and progressive movements
Unfortunately, my Burger schools never taught me this
Truth is lived, not taught
Too philosophical to invest my time into this during exam.
Sometime we donot see, what we see
Again beyond my brain

Can anyone else comment about this essay paper?
I did democracy essay, which ones did others do?
I did *Democracy and Illiteracy do not move together* too. What in your opinion was the nature of this topic in particular?
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