Please see above. My actual amendments are in red, and my queries and suggested changes are in blue.Hey friends,
am startinghave (recently) started to study my second language, which is English.
HereinBelow is a short articalarticle I just finished. Could you give me some advice on it? My heart is strong, be strict.
Thank you very much.
In some people's opinion, they should keep all the money they earn instead of paying
apart of it asin tax (to the countrygovernment). However, to my mind, it's inevitable that every able-bodied oneeveryone who earns an income should pay tax to the state.
It'sI'm certain (or sure) that no-one would likewants to live in a place which is full of violence, robbery, disorder, etc. To provide an environment which is as peaceful as people askdemand, the government requirehas to invest a considerable amount of money to build related ministries and stuff,in things like such asthe police, courts, vehicle (I don't know what you mean here - the government invests in vehicles?), even traffic lights.
Apparently (I think you may mean obviously) each person in the
nationcountry should help to pay for all of these, since the country cannot earn money itself.
SurelyWe are aging. The day we cannot supplysupport ourselves will eventually arrive. One of the functions of thetax is to taking charge of the supplement for the oldpay for the pensions and care of the elderly. Similarly, as autonomousindependent human beings, we have basic rights to havehealthcare (all one word) and education. There is no doubt that such consumption plays a mainmajor rollrole in a government's budget.
On the other
handshand, who can promise us that all the tax we paidpay have beenwill be spent toon the suitable aspects which are in accordance with people’s profitareas which will benefit the people? Ourselves, of causeWe can, of course. We employ staff whose function is to build a better life for us. Once it is found that anyone is out of duty,not fulfilling their duties, we fire him or herthem and recruit a new onereplacement. Certainly, itThis is certainly not a free (or cheap?) process. To the country, the amount on vote is always enormous (I don't know what you mean by this sentence. Did you mean "On the contrary" at the beginning? And "the amount on vote?" Please explain).
athe primary earnsource of income for a country, tax is as vital to our life whatas water is to fish. As a member of society, paying tax is one’s responsibility which should be restricted (do you mean that it should be enforced?). Of causecourse, there should be exceptions, for example, the poor who cannot afford to pay. to poverty who cannot afford themselves.
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