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    Please could you check it??

    To sum up, emigration is determined by push factors, such as lack of employment opportunities or religious intolerance, and pull factors for example,economic stability or better availability of employment. Living abroad may have many prons like gaining experience and learning foregin language. On the ther hand being far from home may cause frustration, feeling of helplessness, isolation, or anger but even culture shock cannot be only negative because living abroad is always enriching.

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    Re: Please could you check it??

    Quote Originally Posted by Bepa View Post
    To sum up, emigration is determined by push factors, such as lack of employment opportunities or religious intolerance, and pull factors for example, economic stability or better availability of employment.(I'd rephrase the whole sentence) Living abroad may have many prons like gaining experience and learning foreginign language. On the other hand being far from home may cause frustration, a feeling of helplessness, isolation, or anger but even culture shock cannot be only negative(This part needs some revision) because living abroad is always enriching.
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    Re: Please could you check it??

    Quote Originally Posted by Bepa View Post
    To sum up, emigration is determined by push factors such as lack of employment opportunities or religious intolerance; and pull factors such as economic stability or better availability of employment. Living abroad may have many pros [?] like gaining experience and learning a foreign language. On the other hand, being far from home may cause frustration, feelings of helplessness, isolation, or anger. But even culture shock is not necessarily negative because living abroad is always enriching.
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