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    Public Buildings

    Be careful with public buildings because some people forget that those places are open to everyone.

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    1. Public buildings and places may seem as nothing more than well-designed physical locations. But people use those places .

    2. For example, young people go to to meet and chat with their friends.

    3. Older ones prefer to visit art galleries paintings and statues.

    4. Families prefer a park or a forest picnicking.

    5. Those places bring people together and let them have a good time. While they are having fun, they miss a point. These places are .

    6. For example, in a , you should be quiet.

    7. You can go to a to have a picnic but you should clean your mess afterwards.

    8. Also, instead of going to a police station a crime you can always call them to save some time.

    9. When you are in a bank, you should get in line your money.

    10. When you go to hospital a doctor, you should never fight with doctors. Simply, you should be respectful to everyone using these buildings and places.

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