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IT IS BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY
In our life, I bet with you, more than 10 times we ask ourselves questions “why did not I do this, why did not I do that or if I studied harder I already passed the exam.
There is some typical examples such as:
In driving, we’re better drive carefully, slowly to be safe.  Otherwise, if an accident happens, we will regret and ask ourselves “why I drove too fast?” and it’s too late then!

Another example in test and examination. If we finish exam before time allowed.  It’s better we stay at the table to check carefully or go through again answers to find out mistakes or silly mistakes.  If there are some incorrect answers in the result, we won’t feel sorry because we already tried our best. In another hand, if you finish exam early and hand your paper to the teacher because you see your friends do so.  When the result is released with some silly mistakes, you will regret why you handed your paper early without checking. Why Insurance companies exist?  That’s because better to be safe than sorry. We only spend up to $1000 dollars a year on building and contents insurance for our house.  If any happen such as a fire, the house is ruined under fire.  Then the Insurance Company will pay on the current value of the house.  We are safe now and we can rebuild your house.   Otherwise, if you don’t buy insurance you will be homeless! Similarly for car and travel insurance.  Who know what happen for us on the road or on our overseas holiday trips.  It will cost a lot if some bad luck incidents happen while you didn’t buy travel insurance. That’s why people say it is better to be safe than sorry.  To exchange for the word “SAVE” here, we have to spend more time to do things carefully and spend money to have a safe feeling (as my example in buying insurances).  It’s also an advice that we should think and consider anything mutually to understand what benefit for ourselves and other people around us.  

asked Aug 09 '12 at 12:32 ROXY New member

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It is better to be safe than being regret

In our life, I bet you, more than 10 times we ask questions from ourselves, such as 'Why didn't I do this ? Why didn't I do that ?', or 'I wish I would have studied properly so I have had passed the exam'

 

There are some typical examples such as:

We should drive carefully to be safe otherwice we will be regretful after an accident and will question ourselves 'why I drove too fast?' but it would be too late.

 

Another example is, if we finish our test or paper before given time, it is better to stay on desk to check the mistakes carefully. We wont be sorry after finding mistakes in our copy because we have tried our best. But, if you see your friend handing his copy to the teacher and you do likewice. You will be regret of being so silly about giving your copy to your teaching without checking it properly.

 

The rest of the essay will be corrected soon. I'm levaing. but i ll prefer others to read it also.I tried my best. And I hope this helps.

link comment answered Aug 13 '12 at 14:09 Sehrish New member
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Why Insurance companies exist?  This is because to keep us safe from being sorry. We spent 1000 dollars per year on building and contents did an insurance for our house.  If any mishap takes place, for instance, houses will be ruined if it sets in a fire.  Then the Insurance Company will pay according to the current value of the house.  We can rebuild our houses so we will be safe. 

Otherwise, if you don’t buy insurance you will be homeless! Similar phenomenon for car and travel insurance.  Who knows what will happen to us on the road or on our overseas journey.  It will be more costly if some bad incidents occur and you didn’t buy travel insurance. That’s why people say it is better to be safe than being sorry.

link comment edited Aug 13 '12 at 14:29 Sehrish New member
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To exchange for the word “SAVE” here. (I don't understand what you have tried to write here)

We should think properly to do work carefully. And we need to spend money to be safe. We ought to think, consider and understand things mutually to know what is useful for us and people around us.

link comment answered Aug 13 '12 at 14:34 Sehrish New member

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