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Meruyert Temirbekova ARW February 8, 2010 Draft 1 There is no significant difference between reading electronic and paper books. Both of them have the same purpose which is to deliver to a reader the idea of an author. However, in today’s vivid and vibrant life reading electronic books became more convenient than traditional books. For instance, during long travels and journeys people are not able to carry many things with them; in this kind of situations electronic books are
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Unformatted text preview: very useful. They are not heavy as paper books and do not take a lot space. Moreover, people can download as many books as they want into their e-books which is impossible with traditional books. To conclude, nowadays electronic books are more advantageous than paper books due to the fast speed of life....
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