“Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Cars (automobiles) have had a greater effect on society than airplanes have. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.”

It is controversial whether cars have a greater contribution to societies than airplanes or not. Some people might think that automobiles have a greater effect on society than airplanes because vehicles have become an essential part of human lives. I, however, definitely disagree with the statement. I feel this way for two main reasons, and I will develop these ideas in the subsequent paragraphs. To begin with, the airplane has enriched human lives. Before the emanate of an airplane, traveling abroad was absolutely impossible within a day. For instance, I work for a trading company where requires me to go on frequent business trips to foreign countries. I always exploit airplanes to get to the workplace. It only takes less than a day to get there. In airplanes, crews provide not only provide proper meals but also comfortable seats. In addition, the airplanes guarantee not only the safety of passengers but also save a long extend of time. Conversely, my grandfather also would work for a trade corporation approximately 40 years ago. When he goes on a business trip, he used to ride on a ship to travel, which was neither sanitary nor comfortable. Moreover, it took him more than three months to travel abroad on a ship. Therefore, it is quite obvious that the advent of airplanes had facilitated human societies in many fields. Last but not the least, the development of our society is thanks to the great impact of airplanes. Generally, using automobiles or coasts takes twice as much as an airplane to arrive at the destinations. To be specific, the usage of airplanes in the field of industries makes lion’s share of the progress. Well-known clothes brands such as Valentino and Nike set tremendous industries in underdeveloped countries. Therefore, the products are produced in developing countries and are sent to the airport to be transported. The products arrive in foreign countries for sale in very next day. Airplanes are qualified enough to take all the credit for the quick delivery of the products. Thus, these processes of transportation of goods show that airplanes have greatly promoted the development of both underdeveloped countries and circulation departments. To sum up my points, I completely object to the statement for two reasons. First off, the rise of life quality accounts for airplanes. Second off, airplanes have driven the development of human society.
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