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Nowadays, people are living in a world with enormous social interactions. [ missing transition word ]
It is nearly impossible for someone to [ wordy; remove IT and rewrite the sentence ]separate himself from other people in daily events. During these activities, the attitude toward others we have displayed is of course a personal decision. To me, I insist that being rude is inappropriate for whatever reasons.
Showing bad attitudes could become lawbreaking. For example, xxxx [ Please DON’T post such things on this website ]
Also, impoliteness is less feasible to promote science[logical confusion ]. When discussing an academic hypothesis, a rude scientist who favors personal attacks on those having different ideas could destroy the discussion. Instead, it [ rewrite most sentences starting with IT IS and remove IT ]would be easier for others to accept his courteous query or opposition. This[ unclear pronoun ] is[use a concrete verb to replace a BE verb ] how politeness could prevent a positive scientific debate from drifting into a mess.
Some people may argue that fighting back, in the same way, is[ grammatical error ] fair if we have[ grammatical error ] been treated rudely. But it[remove IT and rewrite this sentence ] does not assist in solving quarrels; even worse, it[remove IT ] would corrupt the internet environment[ unclear ]. Suppose you[ shift of person ] post an idea on Facebook but receive several unfriendly replies. If you return [ article error ]personal attack[unclear/grammatical error ], rather than ignoring those impolite words, this mostly generates[ grammatical error ] a vicious cycle. The worse your[ shife of person ] reply, the more spiteful the response you will receive[ zero-conditional ].
Politeness is often said to be [unnecessary passive sentence ]a personal characteristic. For me, it is no mere personality. Public morality[ unclear ], advances in science, and the harmonious internet environment[ unclear ] require us to exhibit appropriate attitudes. For that reason, I believe it[ remove IT ] is better for everyone to keep polite, which could stand our society in good stead.[unclear ]