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?What do you think of divorce and its increasing rate in your country

Unfortunately, the divorce rate is on the rise in my country and it varies in different cities. The more populated a city is, the more divorce you witness. In small cities, divorce might be a stigma. In the old and traditional culture of Iran, if you weren’t satisfied with your marriage, you’d have to suffer and tolerate it because divorce is taboo, something forbidden, a sin. However, nowadays marriages break down pretty soon. They are very fragile. You know, young people believe that there comes a time when living together is impossible. You get to realize that there’s no respect, mutual understandingloyaltyaffection and care whatsoever. Then, enough is enough. No more torture. You seek relief!

Divorce: (n, v) the legal ending of a marriage, to legally end a marriage

Example: Their marriage had never been happy and in the end, they decided to divorce / get a divorce / get divorced.

Rate: (n) the number of times something happens

Example: Australia’s unemployment / birth / crime rate rose in February.

On the rise: increasing

Vary: (v) to be different; if several things of the same type vary, they are all different from each other Synonym: differ

Example: These flowers vary in color and size.

Witness: (v) to see something happen

Example: Several residents claim to have witnessed the attack.

Stigma: (n) a strong feeling in society about something to be ashamed of

Example: There is social stigma attached to single parenthood.

Suffer: (n) to experience a difficult and unpleasant situation

Example: During the recession, small businesses have suffered financially.

Tolerate: (v) to accept something unpleasant Synonymbear

Example: I don’t have to tolerate his bad behavior.

Taboo: (adj) not socially accepted

Example: It is taboo that a woman dates a man a lot younger than her.

Forbidden: (adj) not allowed Synonym: prohibited, banned

Example: Alcohol is strictly forbidden in this country.

Sin: (n) an action that is against religious rules and is considered to be an offence against God

Example: He knew that he had committed a terrible sin.

Break down: (v) to fail or stop working in a successful way

Example: He left London when his marriage broke down.

Example: Negotiations broke down after only two days.

Fragile: easily broken or damaged synonym: delicate

Example: a fragile vase; fragile economy

Get to: (v) to begin thinking something; to have the opportunity to do something

Mutual: (adj) mutual feelings such as respect, trust or understanding are feelings that two or more people have for each other

Example: Mutual respect is necessary for any partnership to work.

Loyalty: (n) the quality of remaining faithful Synonym: faithfulness, fidelity

Affection: (n) a feeling of liking or love and caring Synonym: fondness

Example: He had a deep affection for the old man.

Whatsoever: (adv) used to emphasize a negative statement

Example: He has had no luck whatsoever.

Enough is enough: (idiom) used to say that something that is happening should stop

Torture: (n) the act of deliberately hurting someone; severe physical or mental suffering

Example: Waiting for his response is torture for me.

Seek: (v) to try to achieve or get something

Relief: (n) a feeling of comfort when something worrying or painful has ended

Example: It was a relief when the doctor said that it was just the flu.

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