Summer Argumentative Essay

638 words - 3 pages

The Greatest Season

Summer is one of the most anticipated times of the year. It is considered by most as their long holiday or freedom from their jobs or schools. While some people maintain that spring, fall, or even winter are the best seasons, there are many reasons that summer is much better than any of the others.

One of the main attractions of summer is its temperature. When one hears the word summer the first thing to pop into his or her mind is either, heat, holiday, or sports. Though some people may argue that it is not enjoyable to have the temperature sky rocket to 40 C, they would really hate if the temperature was minus 40 C, as they would have to bog their bodies down with heavy clothes, scarves and mitts. While winter is cold, spring is usually rainy and muddy, and fall is windy and chilly. Summer's temperature, alone, allows for barefoot days, and warm nights.

During the year there are many holidays that take place, but out of all of them the majority of the population have their largest break during the summer time. It is because of summer and its great conditions that this break is the longest. This is the prime season for travelling. It is summer when most are exploring the different locations around our globe, and even if they aren't traveling a mind-boggling distance you can usually find them at a lake or out camping.

This brings us to our next point, sports and water activities. Every one who owns a cabin or camps at a lake goes there for one thing, the water. There are so many different water activities that one can do, from swimming in the water, to riding a few waves (depending on the lake), to some of the more popular sports such as water skiing, wake boarding and even the calm quiet...

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