The line chart provides information on the total number of people on a Caribbean Island over a seven-year period, as well as the number of two different types of visitors. Overall, the total number of visitors and both types of visitors showed an upward trend over time, while the number of visitors who stayed on cruise ships in 2016 surpassed those who stayed on the island as the largest group of visitors. As the graph shows, the total number of visitors started at 1 million in 2010 and continued to grow between 2010 and 2017. The figure reached a peak of 3.5 million in 2017. Similarly, starting at approximately 0.25 million in 2010, the figure for visitors who stayed on cruise ships rose to 0.5 million in 2011, followed by a slight decrease to 0.25 million in 2012. Afterward, that line on the graph witnessed a steady increase to 2 million in 2017. By contrast, the number of visitors staying on the island stood at 0.75 million in 2010 and remained constant in 2011. Then, it rose rapidly to 1.5 million in 2013 but leveled off between 2014 and 2015. More visitors preferred staying on the island than on cruise ships before the decrease to 1.25 million in 2016. The figure subsequently rose to 1.5 million in 2017. Nowadays, many people claim that in the future, the printed newspaper or book will become obsolete because everyone will have access to reading materials online. Personally, I don't agree with this point of view; I don’t think that newspapers or books will be outdated, because not all online reading materials will be free. First, it is wrong to say that all online materials will be free to people. Although there are plenty of websites that allow people to read their content without paying anything, there are still and will continue to be a few websites that require payment, such as The New York Times, CAK News and Grade ST Science newspapers to name a few. These offer premium subscription plans for a certain amount of money, while those who do not pay can only read a small number of articles, or only half of them. Similarly, most e-books and other types of online content, if legitimate, can only be purchased for money, Amazon's e-books are a good example. They make money ……… In addition, there are still many people who like to buy print newspapers and books for various reasons, such as those who value the experience of reading and collecting physical books. Some people like the smell of newspapers, like to hold a book to read. Reading free articles on the screen is also often distracting because there are a lot of ads or notifications on those sites that interfere with reading. In addition, reading on the internet for a long time will lead to the decline of eyesight and do harm to people's eyes. In conclusion, I don't agree that all online materials will be free to people. Moreover, the claim that people can read anything for free on the internet is flawed.