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First and foremost: thank you very much for hosting me in your house during the conference week. It was a memorable experience and I will definitely be back to Australia in the future!
I also write you to say that I forgot one suitcase in the bedroom I slept. It is a square one, red and full of papers inside. The papers are actually all the notes I took during the conference. Therefore, I hope you still haven't gotten rid of my poor suitcase, since they are immensely important!
In case you still have it, could you send it back to me by mail? Please also write me your bank account information, because I am going to reimburse you the costs you might come across with.
I am really sorry for disturbing you, John! By the way, when are you going to pay me a visit?
I hope you are OK, my friend!
Children should never be educated at home by their parents. Do you agree or disagree?
A person’s parents are the best teachers they are going to have throughout their lives. Therefore, I strongly believe that every single child in the world should be educated at home by their parents. However, not exclusively!
Children should be exposed to all sorts of environment available during their growing up process. They should spend some time by themselves, with their brothers and sisters, with their friends, with their parents, with their relatives and in school. The more diverse this phase, the more beneficial it will be for the development of the kids. A wider variety of environments means having to face more situations and getting to know more people, things that contribute to the maturation process that every person has to go through.
A person only learns how to become a real citizen by taking part actively in social interactions. Being isolated at home with only the parents as company would bring more harm than benefit to everybody.
Nevertheless, the importance of the parental presence in a person’s life becomes very clear specially if we have a look at several examples found in real life: most times we hear about a certain crime, the perpetrator/criminal has no father or no mother (sometimes neither). Regarding families with high acquisitive power, it is not rare to find parents completely absent from their children's lives and later on, when they become teenagers, they may start using drugs and being absolutely irresponsible.
In conclusion, I do support the idea of a strong parental presence while the kids are being brought up. They are the main responsible for the future adults that their sons and daughters will become.
It may be a silly question, but I believe I'm in the right place for it: When you say I capitalize some words unnecessarily, what do you mean exactly?