Effects of the Sun by Mishael Majeed
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Hey, the weather is so good today! Let's go to the beach!
Yeah! That would be awesome.
It's gonna be hot today, remember to put on something to protect you from the sun.
Nah, I'm good. I mean what's the worst thing the sun can do to me?
I'm about to put sunscreen on, you want some? It will really help.
No, I don't need sunscreen. It's not gonna make much of a difference.
I'm going for a swim.
Alright, but I did warn you to wear sunscreen.
Oh my, I got sunburnt! I guess I should've worn sunscreen.
I warned you. I also went for a swim, but I didn't get sunburned because I wore sunscreen.
I guess you were right. I should protect myself from the sun. Next time, I'll be sure to wear sunscreen.
That's right. If you're not protected, the sun can cause a lot of damage to your skin, even worse than sunburn. It can even damage the eyes. So remember to wear sunglasses too.
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