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  1. Bhagwanti

    For me, peer pressure is beneficial. It’s not pressure every time; sometimes it’s inspiration, which makes you change for good.

    Peers may teach you good things and encourage you to follow them. For example, when a child knows that some of his friends regularly read storybooks or that they have subscribed to a library, he may get into the habit of reading because of his peers.

    Your peers, their choices and ways of life give you a glimpse of the world outside the four walls of your house. What they think about things in life, how they perceive situations, how they react in different circumstances can actually expose you to the world around. Being part of a larger group of peers exposes you to the diversity in human behavior. This makes you reflect on your behavior and know where you stand. Peer pressure can lead you to make right choices in life.

    You will learn to value relationships and will learn that it is important to become and responsible individual.

  2. Xnana

    My answer to the TOEFL Speaking question.Hello toefl-evaluators.. Please give me feedback regarding my content of this question. I’d greatly appreciate it.


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