Michael could not imagine his life without computers. His parents him his first computer at the age of seven. [BUY]

It took several days to learn how to use it. [HE]

His mum said that younger people were much than adults at learning computer skills. [FAST]

That was probably true - most in Michael’s class were very competent computer users. [CHILD]

Michael was really surprised to find out that the first personal computer in the 70s of the last century. [INVENT]

“And how did you chat or send your e-mails without computers?” he asked his mother.
She smiled: “We  each other e-mails. And there were no networks.”

She also said that it fun to communicate face-to-face, to play out-of-doors and to visit friends’ homes. [BE]

“But if there no computers, I wouldn’t be able to communicate with my friends who live far away from me,” Michael replied. [BE]

“True. Technological progress is a great thing,” his mother said. “And I think people  even more amazing communication devices in the near future.” [CREATE]