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In summary, we can say that the article aimed to represent volleyball as a sport option for readers. The author does this, presenting all the positive points that volleyball presents, in addition to showing its accessibility and ease in being practiced.
The above article is about the importance of playing sports and about how volleyball is an accessible, easy and very beneficial sport not only for our physical and social health.
Based on this article, the questions above were answered in a cohesive manner, pointing out important points in the article in order to establish a coherent relationship between questions and answers.
The topic of the article is the advantages of practicing volleyball.
1 The main idea of the article is to show several qualities that volleyball practice provides to our organism and our life.
2 Sport, volleyball, fun, advantages, Physical activity, exercise, healthy, coordination, social interaction.
3 Playing a sport is important. Volleyball is a fun and beneficial sport. Volleyball is an accessible sport. It promotes several advantages to the organism. These advantages go beyond health.
4 The author is trying to encourage people to play volleyball. For that he describes some advantages that this sport can provide people's lives. These advantages go far beyond improving health, but improving many different aspects of anyone's life. These improvements will make the body happier and healthier, preventing physical and psychological diseases. In addition, the author as the sport is accessible and everyone can practice it.
I'll let you work on the first paragraph on your own ... look up the Paris Peace Conference, which is what led to the Treaty of Versailles in 1919. As for the second and third paragraphs, I'll offer my own opinion. But you should do your own research and form your own opinion as well.
In my opinion the Treaty of Versailles was essentially unjust and unfair. The treaty placed all blame for the cause of the Great War (World War I) on Germany as the leader of the Central Powers. In reality, as detailed by historian Barbara Tuchman in her Pulitzer Prize winning book, The Guns of August (1962), all the involved nations of Europe contributed to process of creating the war.
The Treaty of Versailles also was not a good peace treaty for the future, because the harsh terms put Germany in a situation that allowed the rise of Hitler and the Nazis, leading to World War II. In addition to the "war guilt" clause of the treaty (forcing Germany to admit responsibility for causing the war), Germany also was forced to pay large reparation payments to the war's victorious nations. The German economy and national pride were deeply wounded. Then the Great Depression hit and made things even worse. (Germany's depression conditions were even worse than those in America.) The bad situation in Germany made it possible for a radical leader like Hitler, making all sorts of bold promises, to win over enough people to rise to power. Hitler promised a return to national greatness and fiercely rebuilt Germany as a military machine. The rise of Hitler and the Nazis brought about World War II in Europe.
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1. The author is informing people about the benefits of regular exercising.
2.Good sportsmanship gives advantages
3.Social Interaction can boost your mood.
4.Quick reactions help you defeat opponents.
5.Sports may be competitive but they teach you valuable life lessons.
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