Here we go.
I spend some of my spare time on the foreign discussion forums of the Internet. I am already an experienced writer on the language forums of ***. I help those who study Finnish, and discuss the variety of languages. I have also made new friends there.
I consider English the "official language" of the Internet and one of the reasons why cultural interaction has increased during its era. Networking is a sign of a better tomorrow. But the Internet can make people obsessed, too. When I got my iPod Touch, I took to checking my e-mail even up to ten times a day.
What makes it so addictive? The variety and multi-levelness fascinate me. The Internet simply contains everything; every single person, discussion, and piece of information. Many of us consider it flexible and customisable, which is very important in the hectic world of the modern era.
From the addictiveness of the Internet, an unfortunate fact results. My life is partly based on the Web. Is this really worth of doing? I could pay attention to real life contacts instead of those "imaginary ones".
I think on-line friends are just as valuable as the ones you meet face-to-face. People must stay connected. Online relations may never become too deep, but it is also the easiest way to get in contact with foreigners. To conclude with, the Internet provides us with opportunities to develop ourselves. As long as the Internet does not take you with her, every cloud has a silver lining.