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Pretty impressive. It is quite long, how did you managed to complete it in time?
Intercultural communication does not have power to prevent the world war three; crossing lenguage barriers, turning down from political ideoligies, territorial disputes and religious attachments have greater values as compare to intercultural communication. It has potential to avoid some minor conflicts. In fact, there are other mitigate actions that could prevent it.

That was my thesis statement in exam. I used some main reasons or arguments with examples from all arround the world; political ideologies, religious attachments, territorial disputes etc.
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Anyone can please tell me about good past papers' precis and composition , English Essay solved book???
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I'm preparing for the CSS 2022. This is my first attempt at an essay. Kindly review my outline.
“Do not waste water even if you were at a running stream.”
Outline:
I. Introduction
Thesis statement: “Water must not be wasted as it is already scarce in many regions with depleting reserves all over the world. The biggest contribution towards saving water for contemporaries and future generations can be made by simply not wasting it. Wasting water is equal to wasting life because water is not just important for life; water is life.”
II. Why water should not be wasted?
i. Water is the most essential resource for life becoming scarce day by day.
ii. Water shortages are prevailing all over the world, mainly due to mismanagement.
iii. The precarious water crisis in Pakistan is a case in point.
III. What are the manifest implications of wasting water?
i. Wasting water can intensify scarcity of fresh water for drinking purposes.
ii. Lack of water for proper sanitation can expose people to various diseases resulting in poor health standards.
iii. Non-availability of water for agricultural use can eventually lead to food scarcity.
iv. Commercialization of water in case of water shortage can increase the cost of living.
v. Excessive extraction of water can result in the destruction of natural habitat of fresh water organisms.
IV. What will be the benefits of water conservation in the long run?
i. It will ensure the biological survival of mankind with adequate fresh water resources for present and future generations.
ii. Ample water will be available for sanitation leading to low rate of propagation of diseases.
iii. Sufficient water will be available for agricultural use in order to guarantee an uninterrupted supply of food.
iv. Effective exploitation of conserved water will help to unveil the untapped potential of hydropower.
V. How not to waste water?
i. Awareness campaigns should be launched through electronic and print media to educate the masses on the repercussions of wasting water.
ii. Reformation of agricultural sector is indispensable for reduction of water wastage.
iii. The use of water-efficient techniques and machines should be encouraged in industries, offices and homes.
iv. Laws should be promulgated for the safety and protection of already existing water reservoirs.
VI. Conclusion
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I had practiced extensively. Wrote around 50 essays in all my 3 attempts most of these were full length essays. Took 5,6 mocks before exam which gave me an idea of my weakness.
can u please take a look at my outline...it my first attempt for PMS..just practicing past papers....

DO NOT WASTE WATER EVEN IF YOU WERE AT THE RUNNING STREAM
1-Introduction
2-Importance of water
a) Islamic perspective
b) Importance of water in the light of quran and hadith.
c) Water as basic necessity
d) Economic importance of water availability
i) Pakistan, an agrarian economy
ii) clean drinking water and related health problems
iii) water pollution, soil pollution and polluted food crops
e) Social impact of scarcity of water
i) decline in agricultural production
ii) rise in inflation
iii) limited health care facilities, rise in epidemics and infant diseases
f) Political impact of availability of water
i) trust deficit among general public
ii) domestic unrest and threats of public rebellion
iii) democratic instability
g) National Security Threats
i) domestic unrest
ii) Creation of vacuum for non-state actors to take advantage (Indus water treaty and indo-pak relations)
h) Depleting water resources
i) unwise and unchecked wastage of water
ii) water theft
i) Water resource management
i)watershed management, range land management
ii) deforestation, soil erosion, floods and related issues
j) Water and global warming
i) unchecked industrialization
ii) variation in global temperature and emission of green house gases
iii) affect on wildlife, natural water reservoirs and siltation
k) Global concern
i) United nation framework convention on climate change (UNFCCC)
ii) World wide fund for nature (WWF)
iii) United Nations-Water (UN-water)
iv) Kyoto protocol, Paris agreement, COP26
3-Remedial measures
a) role of international and regional organizations United Nations, OIC, SAARC, SCO, ASEAN
b) public awareness and role of NGOs, media, educational institutes
c) administrative vigilance
i) water meters
ii) unchecked use of pesticides, insecticides, germicides and fertilizers
iii) management of industrial waste
4-Conclusion
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@KinzKhan

On a lighter note, I couldn't understand how did you muster up so much info about the topic, and how would you put all these ideas in the essay in a given time while justifying each of the issues you have raised in the outline?

Anyhow, I would suggest that the essay outline shouldn't be jumbled up, one should try a mock exercise by writing the outline and essay in a given time constraint and then see how s(he) was able to get so many things in an essay while justifying the outlines use in the essay. Always remember the time constraint and don't overdo things.
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