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In the past few decades, dramatic changes have taken place. [specify the context(s); or it would fail to logically connect to the 2nd paragraph. ]
It is undeniable that life is changing for the better in many aspects. Today’s [young ] generation is enjoying an unparalleled level of wealth and comforts[word form error ] which[ /that ] previous generations could hardly imagine when they were young.
Overall, despite [For all ]the more intense pressure, [ though, ] I think our life is relatively easy and comfortable, comparing [ dangling issue ]with our grandparents’ one.
First, advanced technologies like the Internet are significantly changing our life. Before the invention of the [ article error ]portable computer, communication was [ replace BE verb with concrete verb ]a big problem. Letters were the most popular method of conveying messages and information. The[article error ] high fees and
long time needed to send a letter [lengthy delivery time ]were salient disadvantages, not to mention the occasional loss of letters. My grandmother Christina lived in a remote village in the 1950s. She had a pen pal, Alex, who lived in Shanghai. They exchange[ grammatical error ] letters every month. Before my grandmother moved to another city, she (wrote)[ grammatical error ] a letter to inform Alex. But the letter (was missing and never reached)[ unparalleled/wordy ] Alex, so they lost contact with each other. However, with the accessible 5G Internet and laptop, I can easily make [ readily ]friends crossing [ across ]geographical borders [/boundaries ] efficiently and safely.
What’s more, (the complete)[ unclear ] urban infrastructure is improving our living quality. The universality of buses, (the underground)[ unclear ], and planes can save our time. Limitations caused by geographical borders
nearly disappear now[ are disappearing/diminishing ]. We can reach any place we want in a day[ zero-conditional ]. Moreover, (the blurring lines in the world)[unclear ] contribute to (fastening the link)[ grammatical error ] between people[ word form error ]. Distance is no longer a hedge. We can stride across a long distance with the help of modern transportations. But my grandparents never left their hometown until the 2000s. Also, theme parks, cinemas, and theatres make our life more colorful[ have also enriched our life/lives ]. We can go to (varieties of)[ wordy ] places to relax, which seemed impossible[was unlikely; since it happened and was a fact, no need to use conditional writing. ] 50 years ago.
It is indisputable that our life is becoming better[vague word ]
and better. We need to be grateful for what we own now.