Read the following statement where 'I' refers to you

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Read the following statement where ‘I’ refers to you.
"I can’t afford to, after what Jack’s done to his teeth."
What is it, you think you can’t afford and why? Write a diary entry of not less than 125 words, (in-class activity; not to be set up as homework).


#2

Tuesday, 27th May, 2QXX
10 pm
Dear Diary
I can’t afford to, after what jack’s done to his teeth. Today I met Jack after almost a week. He has not been coming to . school for the last few days. He has been visiting the dentist every day due to the pain in his teeth. He told me that he got two of his teeth removed as they had activities. One of his teeth was capped too. The dentist had warned him of the upcoming danger to his teeth if he did not stop eating chocolates. I was horrified to see him in so much pain. Even the thought of going to the dentist sends shivers down my spine. I can’t afford to eat candies, chocolates and ice-creams now. I don’t want to land in Jack’s shoes. It is said that prevention is better than cure and I shall follow it.