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IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Studying English in an English-speaking country is the best but only way to learn vocabulary. -Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Studying English in an English-speaking country is the best but only way to learn vocabulary.

-Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Model answer:

There are numerous benefits to studying a language in a country where it is widely spoken. It is thus an excellent idea to study English in a country such as the United Kingdom. It is, however, not the only way to learn the language.

To begin with, most students in non-English-speaking countries nowadays learn English in secondary school and, in some cases, at university. Although their spoken English is not always of a high standard, their grammar knowledge is frequently quite advanced. This is useful for students who come to an English-speaking country to improve their language skills.

Second, learning the fundamentals of English in secondary school is less stressful than learning the language abroad. This is because students who live at home do not have to deal with issues such as finding housing, paying for study and living expenses, and attempting to survive in a foreign country where day-to-day life is stressful.

However, there are clear advantages to learning English in the United Kingdom. There are opportunities to practice listening to and speaking with British people every day. Additionally, students can gain firsthand cultural experience, which is beneficial when understanding the language. This is especially true for exchange students who live with a British family. Furthermore, if students enroll full-time in a language school, the teachers will be native speakers. Not only will students' speaking and listening skills improve in this case, but attention can also be paid to developing reading and writing skills.

In general, while studying English in an English-speaking country is preferable, a reasonable level of English can be achieved in one's own country if a student is gifted and dedicated to research.


WRITING TASK 2 Q-"Although abuse of the system is inevitable, social welfare payments are essential to protect the rights citizens have to a guaranteed minimum income in a democratic society." Discuss.

WRITING TASK 2

Q-"Although abuse of the system is inevitable, social welfare payments are essential to protect the rights citizens have to a guaranteed minimum income in a democratic society."

Discuss.

Model answer:

Social welfare is an essential element of an advanced society. Sound systems are constantly abused, but that does not mean they are faulty. In my opinion, the two main reasons why welfare payments are necessary are as follows:

First of all, critics forget that there are many forms of welfare besides payments to the unemployed. Their negative opinions harm those who cannot earn a wage, such as single-parent mothers, the disabled, and the sick. Moreover, the unemployed have the right to an income, too. They are not always at fault for not having a job, and in most cases, the tax they have paid in the past entitles them to assistance.

The second reason is that crime increases when people have no support. The desperately poor inevitably turn to crime, which is not only dangerous but costly. Policing the streets is more expensive than providing welfare. A policeman's wage is four or five times higher than a "dole" payment.

Certain members of society believe that people should look after themselves. They point out that welfare increases dependency on others and destroys dignity. This may be true, but in the case of the unemployed, the relief payments are usually temporary. Therefore, it is undoubtedly the government's fault if there are long-term unemployed. Welfare critics also believe that it is the responsibility of a victim's family to provide financial assistance. However, it is too expensive to provide complete help for a severely disabled person.

To conclude, it is vital to understand the need for welfare in modern democratic society. Without welfare payments, the poor are destined to become poorer. Therefore, the first duty of a government is to provide a financial safety net for all disadvantaged persons, including those without work.

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IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Parents are the best teachers. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. You should write at least 250 words. You should spend about 40 minutes on this task. It would help if you gave reasons for your answer using your ideas and experience.

 IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?

Parents are the best teachers. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

  • You should write at least 250 words.
  • You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
  • It would help if you gave reasons for your answer using your ideas and experience.

Model answer:

From the beginning of their children's lives, parents shape them. They instill morals in their children. They are interested in the same things as them. They form strong emotional bonds with them. Parents can be crucial teachers; nevertheless, they are not always the best teachers.

Parents may be emotionally too connected to their children. For example, in the name of safety, they may restrict a child's independence. A teacher might plan an instructional vacation to a big city, but a parent could consider it too risky. A school may want to take the students camping, but a parent may be concerned about the child's safety.

Another issue is that parents frequently expect their children's hobbies to mirror their own. For example, if the parents are passionate about science, they may strive to instill that passion in their children. But what if the child is more interested in art? If the parents are sports fans, they may expect their child to play on several teams. But what if your youngster enjoys reading?

Parents want their children to inherit their ideals. Things do, however, change. Today's youngsters are growing up in a world that is vastly different from that of their parents. Parents, particularly older ones, are sometimes unable to keep up with rapid social and technological changes. If a student has acquaintances of several races at school, his parents may hold narrower views. A computer-obsessed student may discover that her parents are unaware of or uninterested in the digital revolution.

In our life, parents are vital teachers, but they aren't always the best. We are fortunate to have a large number of teachers in our lives. Our parents educate us, our instructors educate us, and our peers educate us. Books and newspapers, of course, teach us as well. They're all priceless.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Nowadays food has become easier to prepare. Has this changed improved the way people live?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Nowadays food has become easier to prepare. Has this changed improved the way people live?

Model answer:

Food is an essential part of life, so improved food preparation methods have improved our lives. We can now prepare meals much more quickly than in the past. Because of modern food preparation methods, we can also eat a wider variety of foods and eat more healthfully.

Microwave ovens have made it possible to prepare delicious food quickly. People nowadays rarely have time to go grocery shopping and prepare meals the old-fashioned way. We live in a fast-paced world. We are preoccupied with work, caring for our families, traveling, participating in sports, and a variety of other activities. We now have time to enjoy a good meal with our families before playing soccer, going to the movies, studying, or doing anything else we want.

Modern food preservation methods have made it possible to eat various foods. We can eat fruits and vegetables from faraway places because of refrigerators, freezers, canning, and freeze-drying. We can cook a meal one day and store the leftovers in the fridge or freezer for later consumption. We can keep various types of food in the refrigerator or on the shelf. It is simple to always have food on hand and to be able to eat completely different meals every day.

Eating healthily is now easier than it has ever been. Fresh fruits and vegetables are available all year thanks to modern transportation methods. Modern kitchen appliances make preparing fruits and vegetables for cooking a breeze. Bread machines allow us to enjoy healthy, home-baked bread whenever we want. We can eat fresh and healthy food every day because modern preparation methods simplify it.

Our way of life is fast, but people still appreciate good food. New food preparation methods have provided us with more options. Today, we can prepare food in a more convenient, healthier, and more diverse manner than ever before in history.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Popular events like the football World Cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing global tensions and safely releasing patriotic emotions.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Popular events like the football World Cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing global tensions and safely releasing patriotic emotions.

Model answer:

Every four years, the world comes to a halt to watch international sporting events such as the Olympics and the Football World Cup, in which athletes give their all to make their countries proud. These sporting events had proven to help ease international tensions during difficult times when influential leaders were attempting to control the global economy and other governments were fighting over land.

The Olympic Games are one of the best examples of how sporting events can bring nations together, if only quickly. From ancient history, when Greeks and Romans would interrupt battles to participate in the games, to more recent international conflicts, athletes from Palestine and Israel would forget their differences, compete pacifically, and even embrace after an event. Furthermore, these public events have drawn the world's attention to the terrible consequences of war; as a result, some leaders have attempted to accept agreements to end their conflict and live peacefully.

Similarly, international sporting events benefit some developing countries where internal civil war rages daily. Brazil, for example, has a high unemployment rate, a lack of education, hunger, crime, poverty, and corruption, all of which contribute to a great sense of shame about being Brazilian and low self-esteem. However, when the Football World Cup begins, the Brazilian squad, widely regarded as the best globally, instills a tremendous sense of pride in their country. Most people appear to have forgotten about their problems, and even criminal activity has decreased. They paint the roads in national colors, wear Brazilian team shirts, and purchase national flags. Furthermore, the competition brings together families and neighbors, and even rival gangs watch the games and celebrate peacefully.

As history has shown, popular sporting events play an essential role in reducing international tensions and liberating patriotic feelings.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In the past, buildings often reflected the culture of a society, but today all modern facilities look alike, and cities throughout the world are becoming more and more similar. -What do you think is the reason for this, and is it good or bad?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In the past, buildings often reflected the culture of a society, but today all modern facilities look alike, and cities throughout the world are becoming more and more similar.

-What do you think is the reason for this, and is it good or bad?

Model answer

Every city has its architectural personality, but similarities between cities are more visible now than in the past. One reason for this, in my opinion, is the high cost of land.

Most large cities have a scarcity of land, making it valuable. This has resulted in tall buildings that occupy a small amount of land while providing a large amount of floor space for people to live or work. 

These structures are made of concrete and steel and can be constructed relatively quickly using prefabricated materials. Unfortunately, they do not use local materials, such as stone, wood, or brick, which give cities their character; as a result, many towns are bland. In practice, many cities now look very similar, and you might not know whether you were in Brisbane, Bangkok, or Berlin if you were walking down the street.

While I recognize that we cannot obstruct progress, cities should strive to retain their uniqueness. In Paris, for example, it is illegal to construct very tall buildings in the city center because it would detract from the overall appearance of the skyline.

Other cities have chosen to design distinctive structures to stand out. The twin towers in Kuala Lumpur and the Sydney Opera House are examples of this approach, and I support this initiative.

Overall, while it is unfortunate that modern cities resemble one another, I believe it is unavoidable. However, even if the buildings are identical, cities will retain their character due to cultural diversity, terrain, and climate, influencing how people live.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-It is generally acknowledged that families are now not as close as they used to be. Give possible reasons and your recommendations.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-It is generally acknowledged that families are now not as close as they used to be.

Give possible reasons and your recommendations.

Model Answer:

There is a lot of debate these days about whether or not family relationships are as close as they used to be. There are numerous contributing factors that can be identified. I want to present my point of view in the following paragraphs.

Significant changes have occurred in family life and the evolution of society. One of them is that the once-large family is gradually shrinking. Many children are forced to leave their parents to study or work elsewhere at a young age. As a result, children grow emotionally estranged from their parents over time.

In comparison to the past, social competition is becoming more intense. People are encouraged to focus their efforts on work to achieve success or, at the very least, a decent standard of living. As a result, they cannot spend their free time with their families. As a result, the significance of kinship bonds is gradually fading from their minds.

In comparison to the past, social competition is becoming increasingly fierce. People are urged to focus their efforts on work to achieve success or, at the very least, a decent standard of living. As a result, they can't afford to spend their free time with their families. As a result, the importance of kinship bonds is gradually fading from their minds.

Given such alienation within families, I believe that immediate action is required. Regular phone contact between family members who live apart can bring them the care they need. Family reunions during holidays or other important occasions can also help. In addition, it is beneficial for those who live together to take time off from work or recreation to spend more time with each other. In the end, a close family relationship can be maintained as long as we recognize its importance in our lives and value it.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Many people think that nowadays people are being subjected to more and more pressure in their work, thus having less and less time to relax. What is your opinion?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Many people think that nowadays people are being subjected to more and more pressure in their work, thus having less and less time to relax.

What is your opinion?

Model answer:

Hard work has become an essential feature of ordinary people's daily lives in modern society, particularly in large cities. As a result, many people believe that their work is becoming more pressing and urgent, and as a result, they sacrifice more and more leisure time.

First and foremost, due to the rapid advancement of science and technology, work today is more demanding than it used to be. For example, today's college graduates must be fluent in English, computer science, and driving before they can find decent jobs. As a result, individuals must learn new techniques and skills. And their free time is usually consumed by work-related fantasies rather than leisure pursuits.

In the second place, competition is heating up. Many people are concerned that they will be "lay-off" if they cannot work as hard as others. They also believe they are at a disadvantage in comparison to recent graduates. As a result, it is understandable that people continue to work extremely hard to maintain their positions.

The worst aspect of this phenomenon, in my opinion, is that the massive pressure of work will gradually affect people's mental health. People who work in physically demanding jobs will never be able to shake the fatigue of their jobs, even in their spare time. This means they are unable to enjoy everyday life.

In a nutshell, overwork is robbing us of our leisure time in modern society. However, as science and technology advance, this problem will be resolved.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Learning a foreign language offers an insight into how people from other cultures think and see the world. The teaching of a foreign language should be compulsory at all primary schools. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this view?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Learning a foreign language offers an insight into how people from other cultures think and see the world.

The teaching of a foreign language should be compulsory at all primary schools.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this view?

Model answer:

(Clear statement followed by a question based on the premise.)

Language is linked to the identity of a nation, and speakers of a common language share many things, but does this give governments the right to restrict the way a language is used or taught?

(Concession mode to the "For" case, but followed by the Against' point of view. Finally, an example is given that comments on such a policy's likely effectiveness.)

It can be argued that a nation maintains its culture through its language, so there is a need to restrict the use of foreign words and changes in pronunciation. However, this approach is fruitless because language is a living thing, and it is impossible to stop it from changing. This policy has been tried in some countries, but it never works. People, especially young people, will use the language they hear, which separates them from others; stopping certain words will only make them appear more attractive.

(Puts the case Against' governments preventing spelling reform, but concedes it may be helpful.)

As for spelling, we all know that the English system is irregular and, I believe it would benefit from simplification so that children and other learners do not waste time learning to read and write. On the other hand, some people may feel, perhaps rightly, that it is essential to keep the original spelling of words as a link with the past, and this view is also held by speakers of languages that do not use the Roman alphabet.

(Puts both sides of the argument about which language to use in schools.)

While it is essential for people who speak a minority language to learn and use that language, it is practical for education to be in a common language. This creates national pride and links people within the society. Realistically, schools are the best place for this to start.

(Ends with a clear statement.)

Ultimately, there is a role for governments to play in language planning, particularly in education, but at no time should governments impose regulations that restrict people's linguistic freedom.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 In many major cities of the world, you will find large public buildings, both new and old. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of such facilities. -How important is a country to construct impressive public buildings when houses are required?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

In many major cities of the world, you will find large public buildings, both new and old. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of such facilities.

-How important is a country to construct impressive public buildings when houses are required?

Model answer

(Introduction: mention that public buildings, large and small, exist in all cities and towns, large and small, e.g., post office, courthouse, places of worship, theatre) A public building is a structure that the state owns in some way. The community's size and needs will determine the number of public buildings in any town or village. For example, a town hall of some kind, a school, and a place of worship is usually present. There will be a police station, law courts, a library, and possibly a theatre funded by the state in larger communities.

(Pros: city pride, attractive buildings, helpful/necessary structures, creation of a city center.)

The desire to construct impressive structures is not new. The ancient cities of the Middle East and South America were built with large public buildings to impress visitors and enemies alike and instill a sense of pride. Outstanding public buildings still inspire a strong sense of local and national pride in the modern era. In addition, they give a city its personality and serve as a social center, a place where people like to congregate.

(Cons: a waste of public funds, intimidating, and nationalistic.) Give your thoughts on whether they will prevent us from building houses or if they can coexist.)

However, some argue that governments have built unnecessary, and sometimes ugly, buildings to feel important. I believe such structures are a waste of public money, but I am not sure we can claim that they prevent houses from being built because these governments have frequently ensured that adequate housing is also available. Moreover, homes and public buildings can coexist in the same space.

(As a conclusion, combine the two parts of the answer.) Leave the reader to ponder.)

The solution is to strike the proper balance. We want our citizens to be proud of their town, but we also want them to be comfortable in their homes. It isn't easy to please everyone.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Action movies with spectacular car chases are very popular with young people. But, unfortunately, these sorts of films often increase car accidents among young drivers as they try to copy what they have seen in the movie. -Do you agree that such movies increase the amount of impaired driving? What can be done to encourage young people to drive more safely?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Action movies with spectacular car chases are very popular with young people. But, unfortunately, these sorts of films often increase car accidents among young drivers as they try to copy what they have seen in the movie.

-Do you agree that such movies increase the amount of impaired driving? What can be done to encourage young people to drive more safely?

Model answer:

Movies significantly influence young people affected by what they see and hear. Because of this, car chases in action movies increase the number of car accidents among young drivers as they try to imitate what they see in the film. As a result, they drive too fast and take unnecessary risks, and the problem is that most young people lack the necessary skills and experience.

Young people can be encouraged to practice safer driving habits in various ways. To begin, the government should launch a safe driving campaign to demonstrate that driving safely is not uncool. In other words, staying alive and healthy should be enjoyable! Second, every film should clarify that dangerous car chases are only undertaken under strict safety conditions with experienced drivers. That special filmmaking tricks are frequently used to enhance the action. Third, to obtain a driver's license, young people should be required to attend safe driving courses every year for the first five years. As a result, they are compelled to improve their driving abilities or risk having their license revoked.

Finally, as part of this course, young drivers should visit hospitals and observe the effects of poor or dangerous driving on others. When they see hospitalized people whose lives have been ruined due to reckless risk-taking, they will undoubtedly reconsider whether it is fantastic to drive fast like action heroes.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In Britain, when someone gets old, they often live in a home with other older adults where there are nurses to look after them. Sometimes the government has to pay for this care. -Who should be responsible for our old people?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In Britain, when someone gets old, they often live in a home with other older adults where there are nurses to look after them. Sometimes the government has to pay for this care.

-Who should be responsible for our old people?

Model answer:

Many older adults in the United Kingdom are placed in homes for the elderly by their families after a lifetime of hard work and the arduous task of raising children. They are cared for thereby professional nurses, at times at the government's expense. However, this situation has sparked debate about whether we treat our elders with the care and respect they deserve.

According to critics of this system, the family must care for its senior members when they can no longer work. They note that older adults often feel useless and unwanted in retirement homes by their family members, who rarely visit them. Furthermore, there is evidence that younger people benefit from the experience and wisdom of older people who live alongside them daily.

On the other hand, those who support the system say that retired parents can burden young families. Not only is it expensive to help older adults who have little or no income, but the fact that older adults are often ill and need a great deal of looking after can be too much for their busy children.

In my opinion, neither side is entirely correct. Older adults in good health and with enough finances to support themselves can help their children. For instance, they can look after their grandchildren while children work. But, on the other hand, sick and needy older adults are better off being looked after in retirement homes at government expense.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people insist that senior workers 65 or over should retire, but others believe they should continue working. What is your opinion?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Some people insist that senior workers 65 or over should retire, but others believe they should continue working. What is your opinion?

Model answer:

Critics of this system argue that the family must care for its senior members when they can no longer work. They point out that in retirement homes, older adults often feel useless and unwanted by their family members, who rarely visit them. Furthermore, there is evidence that younger people benefit from the experience and wisdom of older people who live with them daily.

Those who believe that senior workers should retire to make way for the younger generation make the following arguments. First, the unemployment rate, particularly among college graduates, has never been higher than it is now. This is due primarily to the slowing economy. As a result, firing some elderly workers who are well-paid would provide those unemployed young people with good opportunities to find work. Furthermore, replacing older workers with younger workers would benefit businesses [=employers]. This is because young people are better at adapting to a fast-changing, information-based society. They are, for example, generally better at computers and speaking foreign languages than their elders.

Nonetheless, people should not overlook that senior citizens have always played important roles at home and work. To begin with, the need for a job in a young person is no more pressing than it is in an older person. Both must provide for their families. Unfortunately, few seniors can afford to retire early. Furthermore, senior employees offer wisdom and experience that younger employees cannot. There is a strong [=acute] possibility of situations requiring skilled senior employees' knowledge.

In conclusion, the benefits of retaining experienced workers far outweigh the drawbacks. However, there is a strong expectation that employers will exercise wisdom [=caution] in dealing with this issue.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In many countries, sports and exercise classes are replaced with academic subjects. Discuss the effects of this trend.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-In many countries, sports and exercise classes are replaced with academic subjects. Discuss the effects of this trend.

Model answer:

Academic subjects have grown in importance in this fast-changing information-based society over the last few decades. There is a growing debate about whether replacing physical education classes with academic subjects would be more effective. Despite the importance of sports, I believe it is unavoidable and more efficient to focus more on educational matters for various reasons.

Those who argue that sports and exercise classes are necessary for schools to make the following points. To begin with, sports are an excellent way to develop character and personality. They are required to learn about competition, cooperation, and good sportsmanship. Furthermore, because most children are addicted to the Internet, they find it difficult to leave their computers. Finally, due to a lack of exercise, an increasing number of children are becoming overweight or obese. As a result, if schools foster an environment that prevents students from receiving a proper physical education, it will have a long-term negative impact on children's mental and physical health.

However, people should not ignore that devoting more time and energy to academic subjects will benefit students more in the long run. For example, physical education time could be better spent teaching students English. This is because speaking fluent English will give young people an advantage shortly for other college applicants and job seekers. Furthermore, science will undoubtedly benefit youth more than physical education. Science principles will provide the necessary foundation for solving complex problems that inevitably arise in students' futures.

In conclusion, there is great hope that educators and parents will exercise wisdom when teaching future generations.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Businesses should hire employees for their entire lives. Do you agree or disagree? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Businesses should hire employees for their entire lives.

Do you agree or disagree?

Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Model answer:

I can't entirely agree with the preceding statement. However, I will outline the fundamental concepts of my position in the following paragraphs.

First and foremost, I will focus on the significant disadvantages for employers. To compete in today's market, a company must be highly adaptable. So, imagine a situation in which a company cannot fire its employees to remain competitive. It will result in profit and clients, market share, and competitive ability. Consider a situation in which a company is rapidly expanding, everything is going well, and the next few years will be fantastic. As a result, employers require more workers to increase output. Nobody can predict what will happen in a few years. Employers will be hesitant to hire new employees and expand their business in this case because they will be unable to fire them if something goes wrong. Another critical aspect is that a company cannot have the best employees. It cannot hire the better candidate unless another employee is let go.

What drawbacks will an employee face in exchange for this level of job security? To begin with, finding a job will be difficult if one is not the best because an employer does not want to spend money on education. Furthermore, if he does not do his job well, the employer will not have a chance to fire him. Second, employees with this level of security are less likely to improve themselves because they cannot lose their jobs once they are hired.

Finally, I'd like to point out that this statement has some positive aspects, such as consistency, a strong company spirit, and so on. This system is used in Japan, and some companies have succeeded. But I believe it exists in Japanese traditions, specific cultural features, habits, and customs. However, in today's market in the United States, a company cannot afford to hire employees for the rest of their lives.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Businesses should do anything they can to make a profit. Use specific reasons and examples to support your position.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?

Businesses should do anything they can to make a profit.

Use specific reasons and examples to support your position.

Model answer:

I'm afraid I disagree with the assertion that businesses should do whatever it takes to make a profit. However, I want to express my thoughts on the following topics.

First and foremost, every business must have a moral code. It means that a business should treat its customers fairly and respect their rights. Of course, a company may lose some of its profits, but the safety of its customers must come first. Clients will switch to another company and never return if this is not done. For example, "Jonson&Jonson" created a new type of painkiller a few years ago. Unfortunately, this product was not thoroughly tested. Many people died and were injured as a result of this. The company's president made the critical decision to recall all painkillers from all distributors and reimburse all injured customers for their treatment. It cost the company a lot of money, but it saved its image and clients. It was a difficult decision, but the company's president recognized that it would cost him even more in the long run because he would not return clients' respect. A company's profit is reduced when it loses customers.

Second, to succeed in the modern world, businesses must compete. Many companies lose money by lowering their product prices. They do not seek additional profit but rather the satisfaction of their customers. Companies do it because they want to sell their products and keep their customers happy. They provide discounts, free delivery, free service, free Internet access, excellent return service, and so on. All of this is done to keep their current customer's happy while also attracting new ones.

To summarise, I believe that a company whose sole goal is profit will fail today. Companies that respect their customers and want to see them happy, on the other hand, will make a fortune.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Children should be required to help with household tasks as soon as possible. -Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?

Children should be required to help with household tasks as soon as possible.

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Model answer:

It is debatable whether children should begin helping with household tasks as soon as possible. Some argue that children should spend more time with their friends, watching TV, and studying. Others, however, believe that children should assist their parents with household chores. I support the latter viewpoint for various reasons, which I will discuss further below.

First and foremost, each child should be assigned responsibilities. My parents, for example, taught me how to make breakfast when I was a child. So I got out of bed, went to the kitchen, and made a couple of toasts for breakfast. It was simple, and I enjoyed doing it because I liked how my parents thanked me, and I felt proud of them. My mother also insisted on teaching me how to cook, clean, and iron my clothes. Because of my education, I can now handle all household tasks on my own when my maid cannot come to my house.

Second, doing household chores teaches children to value the work of those who do it. For example, as a child, I never imagined that cleaning the house would take so much time and effort. So, as I began to do some of the household chores on my own, I began to respect the work of others and attempted to collect all of my toys after playing with them.

Finally, doing housework teaches children how to manage their time. In addition to these practical advantages, child assistance allows parents to devote more time to their personal lives and the children. A family can have more time to talk, watch movies, or enjoy beautiful moments.

To summarise, children should assist their parents with household chores. Doing household chores allows them to develop into independent, self-assured, and attentive individuals who respect their parents.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Children should begin learning a foreign language as soon as they start school. -Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?

Children should begin learning a foreign language as soon as they start school.

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Model answer:

Language is the most effective means of communication. In the modern era of globalization, speaking only one language is insufficient for communicating with the outside world. I firmly believe that children should start learning a foreign language as soon as they enter school. They become more familiar with a foreign language faster, improve their hearing ability to understand new words over time and learn new words. In the following paragraphs, I will provide some justifications for my position.

To begin with, if one wants to see results quickly, one must start sooner. As a result, the earlier children learn a new language, the better the outcome. According to scientists, a child does not confuse two different languages but knows them more effectively.

Second, adults are frequently afraid of making mistakes when speaking in a foreign language. This fear is one of the most significant impediments to a person's ability to speak freely. On the other hand, children are not afraid of making grammatical errors because they repeat words and sentences when they hear them. In addition, children have a better chance of overcoming an accent. They become more accustomed to correct pronunciation and better understand a language's melody.

To summarise, children should begin learning a foreign language as early as possible. It has numerous advantages, including excellent pronunciation. It also aids a child's development and acquisition of knowledge that will be beneficial in the long run.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-As the world becomes technologically advanced, computers are replacing more and more jobs. -Describe some job positions that may be lost because of computers, and discuss at least one problem that may result. -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-As the world becomes technologically advanced, computers are replacing more and more jobs.

-Describe some job positions that may be lost because of computers, and discuss at least one problem that may result.

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

Model answer:

When computers first entered the business world, everyone believed in making people's jobs easier. What was not anticipated was the elimination of jobs by computers. In addition to contributing to unemployment, these automated workers frequently perform poorly on the job.

Several jobs have been lost as a direct result of new computer technology. Ticket agents in various modes of transportation, from subway/underground stations to airports, are almost non-existent these days. Because of automated bank machines, the number of bank tellers has been drastically reduced. Furthermore, many call centers/helplines are almost entirely computerized/computerized. I used to work as a volunteer at our local library a few years ago. This position no longer exists due to the installation of six new computers. The number of jobs lost to computers increases exponentially, and unemployment worsens.

While a computer can quickly complete the essential tasks of these jobs, most computers fall short when customers have a one-of-a-kind request or problem. A pre-paid ticket booth, for example, does not know the entertainment district and cannot provide tourists with helpful directions. Similarly, an automated bank machine cannot help or reassure a customer who has stolen his credit card. And, more often than not, mechanical phone operators cannot answer the one question we have, so we are forced to wait to speak with someone. When I go into the library where I used to work, I see older people who don't know how to use the computers and can't find anyone to help them.

I believe a new business trend will emerge in the future. As computers eliminate jobs, new positions must be created. Furthermore, an increasing number of people will go into business for themselves, restoring the personal touch to the company. The human workforce will prove to be more valuable than computers.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 It is becoming more and more difficult to escape the influence of the media on our lives. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living in a media-rich society.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

It is becoming more and more difficult to escape the influence of the media on our lives.

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living in a media-rich society.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.

Sample answer

The media is about communication, and I suppose most of us would agree that as human beings, we need to communicate. We need to know what is going on generally; we want to be entertained and keep in touch with people. Older media, such as newspapers, radio, and TV, help us do this, but the newer media, particularly the internet and mobile phones, go further. As a result, we have more choices regarding what we watch or talk to.

I have an iPhone, which allows me - just by using one device - to make phone calls, use the internet, listen to music, play games, and watch videos. And it's all immediate and portable. It makes you feel in control, but there are disadvantages too.

People are constantly texting and emailing each other, and if they don't have their phone or laptop around, they feel cut off. Also, have you seen a group of teenagers in a cafe where they're not talking to each other but using their phones? It's a ubiquitous sight these days, which many people feel is worrying, as we seem to prefer using technology to face-to-face communication.

We are also spoilt for choice - perhaps too much choice. There are many TV channels, but so many programs are of poor quality. There's also so much advertising around us, trying to persuade us to buy things we don't need. To survive in such a society, you have to be very aware of the power the media can have over you, your actions, and your opinions and try not to let it control your life.

To my mind, there's no doubt we live in a media-rich society, and there's nothing we can do about that. However, we can use the media responsibly without letting it use us.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-According to those in the travel business, the nature of the average 'holiday' is changing. Rather than seeking a relaxing break in a far-away place, people now want excitement on their holidays and are keen to participate in unusual and challenging activities. -Do you agree or disagree? -Use your ideas, knowledge, and experience to support your arguments with examples and relevant evidence.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-According to those in the travel business, the nature of the average 'holiday' is changing. Rather than seeking a relaxing break in a far-away place, people now want excitement on their holidays and are keen to participate in unusual and challenging activities.

-Do you agree or disagree?

-Use your ideas, knowledge, and experience to support your arguments with examples and relevant evidence.

Model answer:

Holidays are important because they give us a break from our everyday daily routines and the world of work. Holidays have traditionally been viewed as a time for relaxation and learning about another country's geography and customs. On the other hand, other types of vacations are becoming increasingly popular.

Some people prefer to spend their vacations on an adventure, which they find more exciting than going to the beach or visiting museums. On an adventure vacation, you may choose to stay in a more basic hotel rather than a luxurious hotel. Activities may include bushwalking or cycling or being part of an aid project to assist communities in remote areas. These types of vacations are popular with people of all ages and can often help to promote tourism in rural areas.

The growing popularity of dangerous sports, such as water sports, mountain climbing, and paragliding, has increased the number of adventure vacations. These vacations are more popular among the younger generation because they can be taxing physically and mentally. Furthermore, participants frequently look for thrills that they cannot get in everyday life.

There is a growing awareness of the adverse effects of mass tourism, which could be one reason for the changing nature of vacations. This, of course, can only be a good thing. But perhaps people are discovering that taking an active break is just as refreshing as lying on a beach - though this is still a matter of personal preference.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-It has been said, "Not everything learned is contained in books." Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important? Why? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-It has been said, "Not everything learned is contained in books."

Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important? Why?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

Model answer:

"Experience is the best teacher," as the adage goes, and I agree. Our participation in situations teaches us the most critical and challenging lessons in life. A book cannot teach you everything.

Of course, reading books in a formal educational setting is also beneficial. We learn the information we need to function in our society in schools. We learn to speak, write, and comprehend mathematical equations. This is everything we need to know to live in our communities and earn a living.

However, the most important lessons cannot be taught; they must be experienced. Nobody can teach us how to get along with others or respect ourselves. Nobody can teach us how to deal with peer pressure as we grow from children to teenagers. No one can teach us how to fall in love and marry as we leave adolescence behind and enter adulthood.

This should not deter us from seeking guidance along the way. When we are young, teachers and parents are excellent sources of guidance. As we progress through life, the advice we receive from them is constructive because they have already had similar negative experiences. However, the only way to learn how to deal with life is to go through our triumphs and disasters.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-A company has announced that it wishes to build a large factory near your community. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this new influence on your community. Do you support or oppose the factory? Explain your position. -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-A company has announced that it wishes to build a large factory near your community.

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this new influence on your community. Do you support or oppose the factory? Explain your position.

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

Model answer

New factories frequently bring many benefits to a community, such as new jobs and increased prosperity. However, in my opinion, the risks outweigh the benefits of having a factory. That is why I am opposed to constructing a factory near my community.

A large factory, in my opinion, would be detrimental to this city. A factory, in particular, would devastate the town's air and water quality. Factories contribute to smog and pollution. In the long run, the environment will suffer, as will people's health. So having a factory isn't worth the pay increase.

Of course, the factory will generate more jobs. Our population will increase. More homes and stores will be required to accommodate more workers. Do we want this much growth so quickly? If our town grows, I would prefer slow growth with careful planning. I don't want to see rows of shoddy-looking townhouses. Our quality of life must be taken into account.

This expansion, I believe, will harm our city. My hometown is one of my favorites because it is a safe, small town. It is also simple to get around here. However, if we must expand to accommodate new residents, the small-town atmosphere will vanish. That is something I would greatly miss.

In some ways, a factory would be beneficial. However, I believe that the risks outweigh the advantages. Therefore, I cannot support a plan to build a factory here, and I hope others do.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In today's competitive world, many families find it necessary for both parents to go out to work. While some say the children in these families benefit from the additional income, others feel they lack support because of their parent's absence. Which viewpoint do you agree with? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In today's competitive world, many families find it necessary for both parents to go out to work. While some say the children in these families benefit from the additional income, others feel they lack support because of their parent's absence.

Which viewpoint do you agree with?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Neighbors rarely get to know one another. Again, this is because people come and go in a matter of years. As a result, no one checks on their house when neighbors go on vacation. No one is checking to see if anything suspicious happens, such as lights turning on in the middle of the night. When neighbors' children are riding their bikes across someone's lawn, there is no polite way to address the issue. Instead, people act as if it's a significant property dispute right away.

My hometown is an excellent place to live in many ways, but it would be nice if we had that sense of community.

On the other hand, some argue that when both parents work, their children do not receive enough support and attention, which means they may not perform as well in school because there is no one at home to help with homework or exam revision. The absence of a parent at home may make it easier for children to become involved in drugs or begin drinking.

MY PARENTS BOTH WORKED WHEN I WAS A CHILD, and I was always well cared for. But, on the other hand, it would have been preferable to spend more time with my parents.

Finally, we cannot change that both parents must work nowadays. Of course, it is not ideal, but if parents devote time to their children in the evenings and on weekends, the children will not suffer. Furthermore, the extra income generated by both parents working results in a much higher standard of living, which benefits the entire family.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Using a computer every day can have more negative than positive effects on your children. -Do you agree or disagree? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Using a computer every day can have more negative than positive effects on your children.

-Do you agree or disagree?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

Model answer

I agree that spending too much time on the computer every day can harm young children. This is due, in part, to the fact that sitting in front of a screen for an extended period can harm both a young child's eyes and physical posture, regardless of what they are using the computer for.

Even when children use computers for other purposes, such as gathering information or emailing friends, it is not a replacement for human interaction. Spending time with other children and sharing nonvirtual experiences are essential aspects of a child's development that a computer cannot provide.

Despite this, the apparent advantages of computer skills for young children cannot be overstated. In terms of technology, their adult world will constantly be changing, and the Internet will be the key to all of the knowledge and information available in the world today. As a result, children must learn to use the equipment enthusiastically and confidently at a young age, as they will need these skills throughout their academic and working lives.

The main goal is to keep young children from overusing computers. Furthermore, parents must ensure that their children learn to enjoy activities other than sitting at home and learning to live in a virtual world.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some parents buy their children a large number of toys to play with. What are the advantages and disadvantages of having many toys for the child? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some parents buy their children a large number of toys to play with.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of having many toys for the child?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Many parents do buy a plethora of playthings for their children. However, it is debatable whether or not this is beneficial to the child. On the surface, the benefits appear to be the most obvious, but could there be a downside to this phenomenon of devoted parenting?

Most people would consider children who have a lot of toys to be fortunate. Apart from the simple joy of playing, exciting things to play with stimulating many positives in the young boy or girl, such as optimal brain development, hand-eye coordination, and color recognition. Furthermore, modern toys are intended to be educational and entertaining, and concerned parents carefully select products that will aid their child's learning of numbers or the alphabet.

Is it possible that having multiple toys could be harmful to a child? This is an unusual question, but there are some pitfalls to be aware of. For example, wealthy parents may spoil their children by showering them with toys, harming the child's character. Another issue is that a growing child's concentration span may suffer if they are constantly surrounded by too many tempting objects, causing them to be unable to focus on any one game for an extended period before being distracted. On the social front, older children who are perceived to have far more possessions than their peers may become targets of envy from their peers. Finally, most toys today are made of plastic, frequently containing the chemical BPA, which is harmful to infants to suck on or ingest.

It is clear from this that the situation is not as simple as it appears. It appears that one of the many responsibilities of parents is to make an informed decision about how many toys to buy for their children.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Celebrities make a perfect living out of media attention and have chosen to live in the public spotlight. Therefore, they have no right to complain when they feel the media intrudes on their privacy. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Celebrities make a perfect living out of media attention and have chosen to live in the public spotlight. Therefore, they have no right to complain when they feel the media intrudes on their privacy.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Model answer

Being famous should not imply relinquishing all rights to a private individual. Although a lot depends on why someone is famous, everyone should have some privacy.

It is useful, in my opinion, to distinguish between those who have pursued a career in the public eye and those who have not. Famous actors in film, television, and music, for example, have chosen a career path that could lead to fame. Indeed, becoming as well-known as possible is a primary goal for many. They should not be surprised that people are interested in gossiping about their private lives because they have invited the public to focus on them. Public attention is not something you can turn on and off at your leisure. The law should protect even those seeking fame, and the media should be barred from harassing them.

On the other hand, other public figures have chosen not to be famous. Members of royal families, like celebrities' children, are born into fame. Ordinary people in the news frequently become famous through no fault of their own. I believe the media has no right to pry into these people's personal lives. I'd even go so far as to say that I support extending the law to protect their privacy. The media should be prohibited from reporting on matters that should be kept private.

As the media becomes more powerful in our society, the issue of privacy becomes increasingly important. Everyone deserves a private life, though some may be more deserving than others.


IELTS WRITING TASK Q-It is far more critical to have practical skills than theoretical knowledge in today's job market. In the future, job applicants may not need any formal qualifications. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

IELTS WRITING TASK

Q-It is far more critical to have practical skills than theoretical knowledge in today's job market. In the future, job applicants may not need any formal qualifications.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

 Model answer

When it comes to getting a job, practical skills are critical, and they could be argued to be just as important as academic credentials. Nonetheless, academic credentials are unlikely to become obsolete shortly.

There are some manual jobs, such as cleaning and laboring, where formal qualifications aren't required. Employers in these industries are more likely to hire people who have a thorough understanding of the job and what it entails. Even in these jobs, however, people must have a minimum level of education, especially if they want to advance above the lowest working level. How can someone who lacks good writing and math skills balance a budget or manage a team? How can such a person make informed decisions about which products to use or workplace safety issues?

A university graduate with the highest qualifications but limited practical skills still has a lot to learn. For example, we would not expect a doctor to perform a critical operation without many years of practical experience and training. In addition, students from all disciplines must understand that just because they have a degree in management, they are not automatically qualified for a managerial position.

Education is essential in teaching any profession's theoretical side. This theoretical knowledge serves as the foundation for the practical skills also required. In reality, neither one is necessary for landing a good job.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Film stars and music celebrities may earn a great deal of money and live in luxurious surroundings, but many lead unhappy lives. Do you agree? To what extent is this the price they pay for being famous? You should use your ideas, knowledge, and experience and support your arguments with examples and relevant evidence.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Film stars and music celebrities may earn a great deal of money and live in luxurious surroundings, but many lead unhappy lives. Do you agree?

To what extent is this the price they pay for being famous?

You should use your ideas, knowledge, and experience and support your arguments with examples and relevant evidence.

Sample Band 9 answer

Newspapers and magazines are brimming with stories about famous people and their opulent lifestyles. I believe it is something we grow accustomed to. We anticipate seeing them inexpensive clothes and attending lavish parties. If you have a lot of money, spending it in these ways seems natural.

(Opening paragraph agrees with the first part of the premise.)

Some wealthy and famous people live happy lives as well. They marry and have children, and despite having to work hard, they still have time to devote to their families. Victoria and David Beckham are one example of a content celebrity couple.

(Second paragraph disputes the second part of the premise.)

However, money does not always bring happiness. Sometimes the opposite is true. Stars frequently speak to the press about the pressures of being wealthy and famous. As a result, some of them overdo it on alcohol or drugs. The actress Elizabeth Taylor, for example, has visited clinics numerous times for these issues. In addition, celebrities have a high divorce rate. Often, their marriages are short-lived, and they remarry quickly, only to repeat the cycle.

(The third paragraph agrees and gives two clear examples.)

In the end, I believe it is up to the individual. I don't think that being unhappy results from fame, but having a lot of money and fame can be difficult to deal with. But, on the other hand, celebrities are ordinary people at heart, and some of them may be unable to cope with their celebrity.

(Conclusion provides a possible explanation and gives a personal view.)


IELTS WRITINGTASK 2 Q-Modern communications mean that it's no longer necessary to write letters. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITINGTASK 2

Q-Modern communications mean that it's no longer necessary to write letters.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

Before the invention of the telegraph or the telephone, letter writing was the primary mode of communication for most people. Since then, we've developed faster and more direct methods of communicating with others, and personal mail has become increasingly rare.

In many cases, where our parents would have written a letter, we would rather call, email, or text instead. These are excellent methods for inviting friends over or exchanging news with a family member. They, for example, have the advantage of instant communication, and we can receive a response very quickly. Fax and email are also extremely useful in business.

However, in my opinion, there are times when a letter is the only option. Letters are generally more formal and well-written than emails. This makes them more appropriate for occasions when the recipient is likely to keep and re-read them, possibly several times, such as formal letters of thanks or sympathy. In addition, unlike phone calls, notes provide a written record. As a result, they are better suited to presenting a critical or complex argument than official complaints or legal matters.

Finally, I agree that there are fewer occasions when we need to write letters than in the past. But, on the other hand, there are some important occasions when a note is the best form of communication.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Each year, the crime rate increases. What causes of crime, and what could be done to prevent this rise in criminal activity? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Each year, the crime rate increases.

What causes of crime, and what could be done to prevent this rise in criminal activity?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

Crime is a growing concern worldwide, and more money is being spent than ever before on detecting and punishing criminal activity. People commit many crimes, but drugs and alcohol, social problems, and poverty play a significant role. Governments can either impose harsh punishments or improve employment opportunities, invest in affordable housing, and combat drug and alcohol abuse to address these issues.

The use, sale, and trafficking of narcotics is one of the leading causes of criminality. The sale of drugs, for example, is organized by armed criminal gangs that illegally traffic drugs and control their business with extreme violence. Drug-related crime does not stop there; drug users frequently steal to fund their theft habits, leading to other petty criminal acts. Single-parent families, a lack of role models, and poor living conditions all contribute to the social problems associated with crime. Children from broken families are more likely to become criminals because they feel isolated from society. Poverty is also a contributing factor to crime. When unskilled jobs pay so little, and prices are so high, it's easy to understand why some people resort to crime for a living.

Crime can, of course, be dealt with by toughening criminal laws and imposing longer custodial sentences for persistent criminals, but dealing with the social causes of crime may be one of the best ways to deal with it. For example, increasing employment opportunities in low-income areas would raise living standards, allowing affordable housing and education. In addition, government funding for drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs would help reduce stimulant dependency and the need for the criminal activity that surrounds it.

To summarise, crime is a severe problem, but punishing offenders harshly is not the only solution. These issues can be addressed by providing jobs and funding, which will raise living standards and significantly reduce crime rates.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In many countries, very few young people read newspapers or follow the news on TV. What do you think are the causes of this? What solutions can you suggest? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In many countries, very few young people read newspapers or follow the news on TV. What do you think are the causes of this?

What solutions can you suggest?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

Many countries are concerned that newspapers are not being read and that many young people are not watching television. As a result, young people in these countries are unaware of, or unconcerned about, local, national, and international events.

The primary causes of this problem are that most newspapers and news programs are designed for an adult audience and are not presented in an appealing format to teenagers. Furthermore, few young people read newspapers because the language is too complex and the style and content are usually quite serious. Young people are also fascinated by new technology, such as computers and the Internet, contributing to a lack of interest in the news. As a result, traditional news formats, considered unappealing and unfashionable, are losing favor.

Some strategies can encourage young people to stay updated on current events. The first is for news organizations to present information in formats that are appealing to young people. The simplest way to accomplish this would be to deliver news on websites geared toward a younger audience. Another approach to addressing the issue is to have schools participate in regular school newspapers. Recent local, national, and international news events could be included, but schools should encourage students to write articles and submit them. This newspaper could then be distributed to all students, resulting in many young people reading news stories regularly.

By presenting information in appealing formats, the low number of young people reading newspapers and watching the news on television can be increased. The key is to use websites and have schools publish newspapers in which students participate.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Nowadays many countries have very cosmopolitan cities with people from all over the world. How can the government ensure that all these people can live together harmoniously? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Nowadays many countries have very cosmopolitan cities with people from all over the world. How can the government ensure that all these people can live together harmoniously?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

It is unusual to find a major city or country with no immigrants in today's cosmopolitan world. In addition, people travel more now than ever before, and populations have had to adapt to this new way of life much faster than in the past. Finally, society as a group of individuals determines how newcomers to a country are treated. However, the government can help in a variety of ways.

To begin with, all governments should require that schools teach history and culture from more than one country, not just their own. We gain insight into alternative cultures and ways of life by learning how others live, making us more accepting of people from those countries when we meet them. Of course, we don't have time to learn about every country's history, but understanding at least one other culture broadens our horizons and makes us more tolerant.

Furthermore, when immigrants decide to settle in a country, the host government should provide free language and culture classes. Newcomers cannot integrate if they do not understand the language and customs of their new environment. I believe immigrants must learn about the country's culture in which they have chosen to settle. They will integrate more efficiently and comfortably without losing their identity if they know the language and learn about the culture.

Finally, governments should ensure that they have strict laws to protect people from aggression or prejudice. Then, if an immigrant encounters hostile attitudes, they have some protection. Making people feel safe in the host country demonstrates civility and promotes integration.

To summarise, understanding others is the key to living in harmony, but laws should also be in place to protect people from those incapable of acting responsibly.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-A government's role is to provide defense capability and urban infrastructure (roads, water supplies, etc.). All other services (education, health, social security) should be provided by private groups or individuals in the community. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion. Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-A government's role is to provide defense capability and urban infrastructure (roads, water supplies, etc.). All other services (education, health, social security) should be provided by private groups or individuals in the community.

Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

Governments are only able to provide a limited number of services to citizens. However, certain types of services must be provided by governments, whereas other benefits can be provided by both governments and private groups or individuals.

A government must provide services that are necessary for a country. Defense capabilities and social security are examples of these. Private enterprise and the profit motive should not be included in providing these essential services. On the other hand, some services could be provided by the government, private organizations, or both. Examples of such services include education and health care. A government must ensure that all citizens access primary education and health care. On the other hand, private enterprises could provide services in these areas for those willing to pay for them.

Another area where governments and private groups or individuals can share responsibility is urban infrastructure. For example, governments must build and maintain a road system, but private contractors can do toll roads and road maintenance. Other infrastructure, such as water and electricity supply, can also be operated by private companies.

To summarise, the government is required to provide certain services, such as defense and social security. However, both government and private enterprises could provide water supply or education services. As a result, it is incorrect to say that the government's role is limited to providing certain services while the private sector should provide others. Most benefits can be provided by both the government and private groups.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In the past, shopping was a routine domestic task. However, many people nowadays regard it as a hobby. To what extent do you think this is a positive trend? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In the past, shopping was a routine domestic task. However, many people nowadays regard it as a hobby.

To what extent do you think this is a positive trend?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

Shopping used to be a chore, but it has recently evolved into a leisure activity or a pleasant outing. To my mind, it is debatable whether this is an entirely positive development.

Buying food or consumer goods entailed visiting several stores, each with the same limited selection. As a result, customers had less money to spend, and credit was scarce. In contrast, nowadays, shoppers can find almost anything in a supermarket or shopping mall. In addition, the pleasant surroundings and the variety of goods and attractions such as cafés and cinemas make spending money pleasurable.

With many parents working full-time these days, families have little time together. On weekends, it is common to see families at the local shopping mall, in my experience. Unquestionably, one of these advantages is that they are all together as a family. However, this is not ideal, mainly if it leaves no time for other activities, such as sports.

Another unintended consequence of this shift in attitudes is the impact on young people worldwide who spend time in shopping malls. Again, the influence of advertising and the availability of credit cards is this. So, on the one hand, they are with friends in a safe environment, but it can tempt them to buy things they do not need and may lead to debt. Furthermore, it would be better for their health if they swam with friends.

Finally, while shopping is becoming less of a chore, I'd like to point out that this isn't always a good thing. It may be appropriate for retailers, but it is unsuitable for consumers if it replaces other healthier activities.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Compare the advantages and disadvantages of three of the following ways of learning a foreign language. State which you consider to be the most effective. studying on your own taking lessons with a private tutor taking lessons as part of a class taking lessons online going to live in a country where the language is spoken Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Compare the advantages and disadvantages of three of the following ways of learning a foreign language.

State which you consider to be the most effective.

  • studying on your own
  • taking lessons with a private tutor
  • taking lessons as part of a class
  • taking lessons online
  • going to live in a country where the language is spoken

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

As the business world has become more global, learning a foreign language has become increasingly important. Although there are several effective methods, I am convinced that living in a country where the language is spoken is the most effective.

People have traditionally learned languages in large groups in a classroom setting. This has the advantage of providing numerous opportunities to practice what you've learned with various people. Furthermore, because many people are taught at once, this education fee is usually reasonable. However, because of the size of the group, more demands are placed on the teacher's time.

Working with a private tutor unquestionably has an advantage in terms of the individual attention you receive. Additionally, the student can work at their own pace. Working with a private tutor, on the other hand, may lack the social component necessary for effective communication in a foreign language. It may also prove to be out of reach for many people.

Going where the language is spoken is the most natural way to learn it. Not only does every social interaction provide an opportunity for practice, but you are also exposed to the wild, living language. You can also learn a natural accent by imitating the people around you. This is not to say that there aren't any disadvantages. Many people suffer from culture shock when away from home, and assimilating into a foreign culture cannot be easy.

 In conclusion, I would argue that the benefits of studying in another country far outweigh the drawbacks, making it the best option.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Governments worldwide spend too much money on treating illnesses and diseases and not enough on health education and prevention. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Governments worldwide spend too much money on treating illnesses and diseases and not enough on health education and prevention.

Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER 

I wholeheartedly agree with the assertion that governments are not spending their healthcare budgets wisely. However, if governments continue to spend large sums of money on treating illness and disease rather than preventing these diseases, perhaps our national health services should be renamed "national illness services"!

Governments will almost certainly argue that it is necessary to spend a significant portion of healthcare budgets on illness treatment because the general population does not live healthy lifestyles and thus becomes ill. In addition, they would argue that most people ignore health campaigns. It is impossible to prevent many illnesses and diseases, such as the flu and many types of cancer, and accidents and emergencies. The problem with this argument is that it assumes people are stupid and refuse to live healthy lives. However, when people have the correct information, they are more likely to do the right thing in my country than in the past. I believe the main reason for this is government health campaigns, including extreme health warnings on products.

Governments, in my opinion, can do a lot to prevent illnesses, diseases, and accidents. Why, for example, don't governments spend more money installing speed cameras on roads to encourage people to drive more slowly? The number of casualties would be reduced as a result.

To summarise, governments can do a lot to make the world a healthier place to live by preventing illness and disease. Rich governments, in particular, can spend more money on scientific research to discover the causes of new diseases like AIDS. Governments in less developed countries, on the other hand, can spend money to provide clean water to all of their citizens. As a result, the world will have less need for costly cures and hospitals.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Many people believe that the high levels of violence in films today are causing severe social problems. What are these problems, and how could they be reduced? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Many people believe that the high levels of violence in films today are causing severe social problems. What are these problems, and how could they be reduced? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Sample answer The increasing amount of violence shown regularly in films has been a cause of concern. Such movies make violence appear entertaining, exciting, and even something to be copied. However, it seems increasingly clear that this development is causing problems in our society. First of all, those who enjoy such films eventually stop associating violence with any real consequences. They, therefore, lose their sense of reality and no longer take violence seriously or have any sympathy with the victims. This isn't good for both individuals and our whole society. Another worrying trend is that the heroes are admired in these films, even though they are very violent characters. This leads impressionable people to believe that they can gain respect and admiration by copying this aggressive behavior, so the levels of violence increase, especially in major cities throughout the world. What is needed to combat these problems is definite action. The government should regulate the film industry on the one hand and provide better education. On the other hand, producers must be prevented from showing senseless violence as 'fun' in their films. Instead, films could emphasize the tragic consequences of violent acts, educating people, especially young people, to realize that violence is actual. To conclude, viewing violence as entertainment may indeed cause serious social problems. The only way to improve this situation is by regulating the industry and educating the public about the real human suffering that such violence brings. 

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Increasing numbers of students are choosing to study abroad. Does this trend benefit the students themselves and the countries involved? What are the drawbacks? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Increasing numbers of students are choosing to study abroad.

Does this trend benefit the students themselves and the countries involved?

What are the drawbacks?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

MODEL ANSWER

Studying abroad has become more common in recent years, particularly among young people from China and India. Many students and their families believe that the experience is worth the sacrifices they must make. When the former move abroad, they frequently give up friendships and use their life savings. Furthermore, many governments are willing to invest large sums of money in sponsoring young people to attend universities in other countries.

However, this trend has both advantages and disadvantages for those involved. One potential risk is that students' international education may be irrelevant to their home environments. Students from developing countries, for example, who go to Western countries for teacher training are frequently taught to use teaching techniques appropriate for small classes. However, they are commonly expected to teach lessons to groups of 40 or 50 students when they return home. As a result, what they have been trained to do may be irrelevant.

Another potential disadvantage is the phenomenon known as 'brain drain.' As a result, they may be fully committed to returning home before leaving. Nonetheless, students are frequently in the process of forming their most important personal and professional relationships. As a result, they may stay in the host country to finish their studies.

However, most international students find ways to make the experience beneficial to themselves and others involved. Most of them return home, their lives enriched by new friendships made abroad. Furthermore, the majority find ways to apply what they have learned in their home context. On balance, the disadvantages outweigh the advantages.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In the modern world, the image (photograph or film) is becoming a more powerful way of communicating than the written word. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In the modern world, the image (photograph or film) is becoming a more powerful way of communicating than the written word.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Images in the form of photographs, films, and pictures are used everywhere in today's world to communicate with the public. I agree that such ideas have become a powerful means of communication, and they are used in a variety of industries to influence, inform, and entertain the public.

Images, for example, are used by the media to provide detailed information and immediate impact to their news coverage. Similarly, ideas are constantly used in the advertising industry to influence, persuade, and make people identify with what they see. The power of images is also evident in the entertainment industry and the rise of mobile phones that can send photos as part of a regular personal 'conversation.'

However, while it is undeniable that the image has become a compelling mode of communication, this does not imply that it has surpassed either the written or spoken word. Images can be interpreted in various ways, and as a result, they are rarely used alone. Captions, headlines, written explanations, or a spoken commentary almost always accompany advertising or media images. The image's message can be notoriously misleading when used alone, making it less effective.

As a result, I only partially agree with the statement. While images can convey powerful messages, they are most effective when combined with either the written or spoken word.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Supermarkets should only sell food produced within their own country rather than imports from overseas. What are your opinions on this? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 

Q-Supermarkets should only sell food produced within their own country rather than imports from overseas.

What are your opinions on this?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Supermarkets are now stocked with food from all over the world. Some argue that it would be preferable if food production were not imported. I am convinced that this view is correct, and I will explain why in this essay.

It is undeniable that importing food can harm local culture. This is evident in Japan, where imported food has surpassed traditional, local produce in popularity, eroding people's understanding of their food traditions. Although some may argue that this is a natural part of economic development in an increasingly global world, I believe that any loss of regional culture would be disastrous.

The environmental cost is a second primary reason for reducing imports. Many food imports, such as fruit, travel thousands of miles by road, sea, and air, increasing the cost of the product and increasing pollution from exhaust fumes. Even though food exports have existed for many years, I am convinced that reducing them would result in significant financial and environmental benefits.

Many jobs, however, are dependent on food exports, and some less developed countries may rely on this trade for economic survival. Nonetheless, the significance of developing local businesses should not be underestimated.

Finally, I am confident that reducing food imports would benefit both culture and the environment. Furthermore, the local economy should prosper commercially over time as demand for local and regional products remains high, despite international competition.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-You have seen an advertisement in an English newspaper for a job working in the City Museum shop during the holidays. You decide to apply for the job. Write a letter to the director of the Museum. In your letter, introduce yourself explain what experience and special skills you have explain why you are interested in the job

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-You have seen an advertisement in an English newspaper for a job working in the City Museum shop during the holidays. You decide to apply for the job.

Write a letter to the director of the Museum. In your letter,

  • introduce yourself
  • explain what experience and special skills you have
  • explain why you are interested in the job

 Model answer

Dear Sir/Madam,

I'm writing to apply for the summer job you advertised in the newspaper recently. I am a twenty-one-year-old student who is fluent in English. I am currently in my second year of History at Lincoln College, and I am eager to work a summer job. I am very good at adding numbers, so I believe I would be helpful in your shop.

My term ends on the 5th of July, and I am free until the 20th of September. Last year, I worked in a restaurant that catered to tourists from all over the world, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. However, I want to meet new people and practice my English once more.

I enjoy visiting museums, and I am especially interested in history. Last year, I saw a London exhibition of Ancient Greek artifacts. I've been to your Museum several times and am familiar with the items you have. I sincerely hope you will consider my application.

I look forward to hearing from you shortly.

Yours faithfully,

Dimitris Boudramis


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In the GT Writing Module, you may be asked to write a letter of application for a job. You will need to use a range of vocabulary, some quite specialized, in your letter. Complete the letter by filling the gaps with a word from the box below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In the GT Writing Module, you may be asked to write a letter of application for a job. You will need to use a range of vocabulary, some quite specialized, in your letter.

Complete the letter by filling the gaps with a word from the box below.

CV

post

department

developer

interview

experience

qualified

closing

skills

salary

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am writing to apply for the position of Software Development Manager, which was advertised on the University of Kent vacancy database on February 9. For the past ten years, I have worked as a senior developer in the IT department of a telecommunications company. Because I believe I have gained relevant experience and skills, now is the time to apply for a better position.

As you can see from my CV, I am a qualified engineer with excellent technical and management skills. My current annual salary is $55,000.

I understand that the application deadline was last Saturday, but I hope you still consider my application. I will be available for an interview at any time, except from March 12 to 24, when I will be in Italy on vacation.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Yours sincerely

John Smith


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Marina has just started a new course at college, and her Tutor has asked her to write him a letter telling him something about herself. Unfortunately, she has made ten mistakes in verb tenses in her letter. Find and correct them.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Marina has just started a new course at college, and her Tutor has asked her to write him a letter telling him something about herself. Unfortunately, she has made ten mistakes in verb tenses in her letter. Find and correct them.

Dear Tutor,

I am coming to Brighton College from Singapore, where I was a student for ten years. I already took examinations in Singapore in English, Biology, Computer, and Maths. My highest score is for Computer: I got a grade of A.

When I was a student in Singapore, I also had a part-time job in a shop. My uncle owns a supermarket, so I helped him in the evenings. I used to work there four nights a week, which was an excellent experience for me.

At the weekends, I usually play volleyball with friends or, if the weather's terrible, we have been to the theatre, which is very popular in Singapore. Because of my part-time job, I also did spend a lot of time studying at the weekend.

I didn't go to many other places. My father took me to Thailand once. Then, three weeks after we had returned, he also went to Malaysia and took the whole family.

This is a brief description of my background.

I did not visit many other places. My father once took me to Thailand. Then, three weeks after we returned, he went to Malaysia with the entire family.

This is a summary of my background.

Best wishes,

Marina


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Prepositions Q-The sample letter contains 14 gaps. Complete it by putting a preposition in each space.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Prepositions

Q-The sample letter contains 14 gaps. Complete it by putting a preposition in each space.

Dear Mr. Peter,

Thank you for your letter dated September 20th. I was deeply saddened by your account of what occurred in our hotel last month, and I am writing to apologize. I understand why you were taken aback by the receptionist's behavior. There is no excuse for such behavior, and I completely understand why you felt compelled to express your displeasure with the situation. But, unfortunately, I am unable to explain/how the employee spoke to you.

As a member of the Darius Hotels Group, we have a reputation for providing excellent customer service. I'm sorry your experience with our service did not support this. I intend to deal with staff members appropriately, and I will send him on a retraining course next week to ensure that he does not repeat this behavior. But, once again, I want to assure you that the behavior you witnessed was not typical of our employees.

As the guest service manager, I am responsible for all of our employees, so please accept my apologies once more, and this voucher is good for $100 in any of our hotels.

Yours sincerely,

John Norman

Guest Service Manager


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Many people believe that the high levels of violence in films today are causing severe social problems. What are these problems, and how could they be reduced? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Many people believe that the high levels of violence in films today are causing severe social problems.

What are these problems, and how could they be reduced?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Sample answer

For some time, the increasing amount of violence depicted in films has been a source of concern. Violence in such movies is portrayed as entertaining, exciting, and even something to emulate. However, it appears that this development is causing problems in our society.

For starters, those who watch such films eventually stop associating violence with real-world consequences. As a result, they lose their sense of reality and no longer take violence seriously or sympathize with the victims. This is harmful to both individuals and our society as a whole. Another troubling trend is that the heroes in these films are portrayed as admirable individuals, despite being violent characters. As a result, impressionable people believe they can gain respect and admiration by imitating this aggressive behavior, and levels of violence rise, particularly in major cities around the world.

To address these issues, decisive action is required. On the one hand, the government should regulate the film industry while improving education. But, on the other hand, producers must be prevented from portraying senseless violence as 'fun' in their films. Instead, films could highlight the tragic consequences of violent acts, educating people, particularly young people, about the reality of violence.

To summarise, viewing violence as entertainment can lead to serious social problems. The only way to change this is to regulate the industry and educate the public about the real human suffering caused by such violence.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Increasing numbers of students are choosing to study abroad. Does this trend benefit the students themselves and the countries involved? What are the drawbacks? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Increasing numbers of students are choosing to study abroad. Does this trend benefit the students themselves and the countries involved? What are the drawbacks? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience

. Sample answer Studying abroad has become more common in recent years, particularly among young people from China and India. Many students and their families believe that the experience is worth the sacrifices they must make. When the former move abroad, they frequently give up friendships and use their life savings. Furthermore, many governments are willing to invest large sums of money in sponsoring young people to attend universities in other countries. However, this trend has both advantages and disadvantages for those involved. One potential risk is that the instruction provided to international students may be irrelevant to their home contexts. Students from developing countries, for example, who go to Western countries for teacher training are frequently taught to use techniques appropriate for small classes. However, they are commonly expected to teach lessons to groups of 40 or 50 students when they return home. As a result, what they have been trained to do may be irrelevant. Another potential disadvantage is the phenomenon known as 'brain drain.' As a result, they may be fully committed to returning home before leaving. Nonetheless, students are frequently in the process of forming their most important personal and professional relationships. As a result, they may stay in the host country to finish their studies. However, most international students find ways to make the experience beneficial to themselves and others involved. Most of them return home, their lives enriched by new friendships made abroad. Furthermore, the majority find ways to apply what they have learned in their home context. On balance, the disadvantages outweigh the advantages

IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Longer life spans and improvements in the health of older people suggest that people over the age of sixty-five can continue to live entire and active lives. In what ways can society benefit from older people's contributions? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Longer life spans and improvements in the health of older people suggest that people over the age of sixty-five can continue to live entire and active lives.

In what ways can society benefit from older people's contributions?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

People today can expect to live longer and healthier lives than previous generations. As a result, retirement is frequently viewed as a time for relaxation and letting go of the stresses of working life. On the other hand, many retirees are more interested than ever in actively contributing to their communities. This essay will discuss two ways that this interest can benefit society.

Participating in schools is one way for the elderly to share their life experiences with the community. Many children do not contact grandparents regularly because families are more mobile than in the past. On the other hand, children are frequently enthralled by stories about life in history. Inviting retired people to speak to children in schools can help maintain a vital link between the past and the present.

Another way for society to benefit from a more active older generation is to hire more senior employees part-time. Of course, older people may not want to or be able to work a full day, but their experience may still be valuable to their employers. An excellent example of this can be found in a UK scheme in which older employees stayed on the job as mentors for younger employees.

Schools and the workplace, in my opinion, are just two areas where those who have reached retirement age can continue to contribute to their communities. As life expectancy rises, so will the need to live an active and socially meaningful life. Based on experience, this trend appears to benefit everyone, not just the elderly.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-People who cause their illnesses through unhealthy lifestyles and poor diets should pay more for health care. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-People who cause their illnesses through unhealthy lifestyles and poor diets should pay more for health care.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Healthcare costs are rising globally due to modern diseases caused by unhealthy lifestyles. A poor diet, smoking, and a lack of exercise are examples of these lifestyles. While many people do not require medical services, others require medication regularly due to their unhealthy lifestyles. People who are responsible for their illness, in my opinion, should contribute to the cost of their medical treatment.

First, it is critical to emphasize that ignorance is not an excuse. Because health and fitness information is widely available, everyone should be aware that smoking and eating fast food are not only bad for our health but can also lead to severe diseases. Furthermore, people can seek help from various professionals, ranging from doctors to sports trainers and dieticians, to improve their health. However, people who continue to live unhealthy lifestyles despite doctor or professional medical advice should not receive free treatment. 

Second, it is evident that certain types of treatment are expensive, and some diseases can be avoided by living a healthy lifestyle. Obese people who require treatment take money away from another patient whose operation or therapy may be expensive but necessary. As a result, it could be an excellent solution to direct people to contribute to the cost of their treatment. This payment could be reduced if their health improves.

Finally, contributing to the cost of medical treatment for self-inflicted diseases could help reduce this type of disease and free up funds for other people.

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IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-Many people believe that modern music can harm the young. However, others believe the effect of contemporary music is upbeat. Discuss both these views and give your opinion. Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-Many people believe that modern music can harm the young. However, others believe the effect of contemporary music is upbeat.

Discuss both these views and give your opinion.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Music has evolved dramatically over time, and new genres of music are constantly emerging. Many people, however, believe that current popular styles, such as rap, are just noise and cannot be considered real music, in contrast to older styles such as rock and jazz.

For starters, many people, particularly older generations, believe that modern music can be more harmful than beneficial. They will argue that contemporary music is overly simplistic and that song lyrics are potentially dangerous. Furthermore, they believe that rap and hip-hop frequently deal with complex issues such as gang violence or express antisocial views. As a result, it is widely held that young people who listen to these songs may suffer.

On the other hand, people must listen to the music they enjoy; you cannot control people's tastes or opinions. Furthermore, popular music is an integral part of one's identity; sharing a love of music with one's peers provides a sense of stability and belonging. Finally, these young people would argue that the lyrics to these songs reflect contemporary reality and are an important way for them to express their feelings.

Finally, people will always prefer a specific type of music. People will always be hesitant to try new things they don't understand, like music. However, we cannot and should not try to stop change; instead, we should encourage new musical styles because all music contributes to the richness of our culture.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-Many people believe that zoos have no purpose and should be closed in today’s world. So what problems do zoos bring? What are the alternatives to zoos if they are closed? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-Many people believe that zoos have no purpose and should be closed in today’s world. So what problems do zoos bring?

What are the alternatives to zoos if they are closed?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

The presence of zoos in our cities and towns has recently been called into question, and opinions differ on whether they benefit people and animals or should be closed.

To begin, we must consider the negative aspects of zoos. Many people believe that removing animals from their natural environment and confining them in cages is wrong. They think this is unkind and only done to attract visitors and make money. Furthermore, many people believe that we should not interfere with nature and that, whenever possible, animals should be allowed to remain in their natural habitat.

There are a few options available to us in terms of alternatives. In today's world, wildlife parks are becoming increasingly popular. These provide more space for animals to roam and habitat more similar to the animals' natural homes. A more long-term solution that would allow us all to see animals in their natural habitat would be for airlines to lower their ticket prices. We would all be able to see wild animals in their natural habitat if air travel were less expensive, and there would be no need for zoos in our cities. We should also promote television channels such as National Geographic. People can see wildlife as it should be seen here. As we can see, zoos are not the only places where people can see and learn about wild animals. Scientists and ordinary people could be preserved even if there were no zoos.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-The education you receive from your family is more important than the education you receive from the school. To what extent do you agree with this statement and why? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-The education you receive from your family is more important than the education you receive from the school.

To what extent do you agree with this statement and why?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Education comes from a variety of sources, not just formal schooling. People learn through various sources, including family, friends, television, and personal experience. Although these avenues of learning are unquestionably important, I believe that education within schools is far more critical. As I will demonstrate, it lays the groundwork for future success and achievement.

Formal school qualifications are frequently used as entry points into specific careers and jobs, for starters. For example, if you want to be a lawyer or a doctor, you must excel in school and pursue professional qualifications. Furthermore, many jobs require basic math and English skills when applying. As a result, individuals may be restricted in their professional lives if they do not have these qualifications.

Furthermore, the school prepares you for relationships outside of your family, which is an essential aspect of life. School is an excellent socialization tool because it requires students to deal with relationships on many levels, such as teachers and classmates. They must also deal with threats to their happiness, such as bullying or heavy workloads.

Families are important because children often get their parents' moral outlook and aspirational goals. So, to some extent, children can succeed without a supportive family environment. But, on the other hand, it's doubtful that they'd be able to grow if they didn't go to school.

In conclusion, while there are many beneficial forms of education, I believe schooling is more important than family education. Formal education provides qualifications and socialization that a family cannot offer.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Students are becoming more and more reliant on the Internet. While the Internet is convenient, it has many adverse effects and its use for educational purposes should be restricted. How far do you agree with this statement? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Students are becoming more and more reliant on the Internet. While the Internet is convenient, it has many adverse effects and its use for educational purposes should be restricted.

How far do you agree with this statement?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

The Internet is now widely used in education all over the world. Because there is so much information available, some argue that it benefits teaching and learning. On the other hand, others believe that the Internet is detrimental to students' research skills and that its use should be restricted. Internet use should be prohibited in some ways, but it is still a valuable educational tool.

To begin with, many people today rely on the Internet. It is widely used in the workplace and daily to find information, personal finance, stay in touch with friends and family, social networking, and other purposes. As a result, students in school should learn how to use it correctly. Furthermore, students require it for research in school and university subjects. Nowadays, the most recent information can be found on the Internet rather than in books, quickly becoming outdated. As a result, using the Internet to find information and develop independent research skills is convenient.

However, the Internet has some drawbacks. For example, not all websites are trustworthy or contain up-to-date information. Students must learn how to evaluate and verify the information they find on the Internet. Furthermore, many students copy large amounts of material from the Internet, such as essays. Some students then pretend that the material is their own, which is against the law. Students will not learn thoroughly if they copy information or material from the Internet without understanding it. Teachers must teach students how to conduct proper Internet research and use.

Finally, schools and universities should teach students how to use the Internet by instilling in them good research skills. Students who understand how to use the Internet effectively are more likely to be better students and have better job opportunities in the future.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-What distinguishes young people from their parents or grandparents' generation is a lack of physical exercise. Today's generation spends far too long playing computer games, chatting aimlessly on social networking sites, or simply watching TV, and too little time being active. To what extent do you agree or disagree? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-What distinguishes young people from their parents or grandparents' generation is a lack of physical exercise. Today's generation spends far too long playing computer games, chatting aimlessly on social networking sites, or simply watching TV, and too little time being active.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Young people today are frequently chastised by their parents for leading sedentary lives. For example, in my country, young children are criticized for spending too much time interacting with technology rather than spending time outside playing sports, climbing trees, and doing all the other activities their parents claim they enjoyed as children. But, to what extent are these remarks justified?

On the surface, they appear to be justified. However, an entire industry encourages children to lead sedentary lifestyles, such as sitting in front of a computer or video game console. In addition, dedicated satellite or cable TV channels for young people provide the opportunity to sit idly watching one program after another, frequently repeating something that was on the day or week before.

However, it can be argued that young people are adapting to their society, which is vastly different from the world in which their parents grew up:

Today's roads are much busier than before, making it difficult for children to play outside.

Children are frequently barred from going outside by parents who have become overly concerned about potential dangers outside their four walls.

It should be noted that many parents use the technology they decry to keep their children entertained.

Today's children are less active, which we should be concerned about. However, blaming technology is incorrect. Instead, children should be encouraged to participate in sports at school, and parents should be more willing to assist their children in discovering the world around them.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-Investment in local amenities such as leisure centers is the best way for the government to foster a good community spirit. To what extent do you agree or disagree? What other measures do you think might be effective? Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-Investment in local amenities such as leisure centers is the best way for the government to foster a good community spirit.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

What other measures do you think might be effective?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

A strong sense of community can be fostered through various means, including investment in local amenities such as recreation centers. While I agree that this approach is worthwhile, it is not always the best, as other equally essential strategies exist.

Local amenities such as leisure complexes are critical for bringing people of all ages together and providing opportunities to socialize with friends and meet new people. In addition to facilities, such centers can offer a variety of activities such as swimming clubs, yoga classes, and art classes, which allow people to meet old and new friends and strengthen the local community spirit.

Other public amenities, such as libraries, can also contribute to the development of a community. Other practical measures include holding local festivals and fun days in parks and on streets closed to traffic for the day or weekend. Any activity that brings locals together, such as volunteering to clean up neighborhoods or tidying up public spaces, is worthwhile.

The design of local neighborhoods is another critical strategy. Unfortunately, the enormous pressure to provide more housing for growing populations means less space for houses with gardens. However, it is possible to offer well-maintained open areas that attract local people and venues that allow them to interact with one another, such as local shops instead of supermarkets, all of which can foster a sense of community and identity.

To summarise, investing in local amenities is one of several ways to foster a positive spirit within communities.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In many countries around the world, life expectancy is increasing. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this situation and give your own opinion. -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In many countries around the world, life expectancy is increasing.

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of this situation and give your own opinion.

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Over the last century, medical care has vastly improved. As a result, the world's population is living longer and longer. Is this causing harm to societies worldwide, or are there more benefits than drawbacks?

One obvious issue with an aging population is its enormous demands on its healthcare system. Furthermore, as people live longer into old age, severe illnesses rise. As a result, the likelihood of medical treatment increases, and providing care for everyone becomes more difficult. Another disadvantage is that living longer does not always result in happiness. This means that an older person cannot do many of the things they want to do, which increases the likelihood of depression and deterioration in physical health.

One obvious advantage of people living longer lives is that young people can benefit from the wisdom passed down to them by older members of their families for a long time. In today's fast-paced world, seeking advice from older generations can be reassuring. As a result, a grandparent's physical health is almost irrelevant because the children and grandchildren will benefit from the wisdom of an older mind. Furthermore, retirees today are generally much healthier than they have ever been, and they frequently enjoy their lives more than they did when they were younger. They have the best of both worlds: a family who loves and respects them and better health than at any other time in human history.

Weighing both sides of the argument once more, although old age brings several problems, the majority of which are health-related, the benefits it brings to the family unit and society are unmistakable.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Globalization is creating a world of one culture and destroying national identity. To what extent do you agree with this statement? -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Globalization is creating a world of one culture and destroying national identity.

To what extent do you agree with this statement?

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

 Model answer

Globalization has had a significant impact on the world in recent decades. While some people believe that all of these effects are positive, it can also be argued that globalization is destroying the identities of many countries. This is due to the similarity of aspects of our lives, such as entertainment, communication, products, and business. This essay will argue that globalization is destroying national identity for three reasons.

For starters, young people are less interested in their local culture in terms of entertainment, which could have dangerous consequences. Furthermore, young people will not understand the older generation if they are unaware of their cultural heritage. As a result, severe communication breakdowns within cultures are possible.

Furthermore, globalization has resulted in large corporations, which frequently prevent local businesses from profit. Many people prefer to buy branded products from these multinational corporations. Local companies will continue to disappear unless governments do something to limit the influence of these corporations.

Then there's the issue of language. Because of globalization, English has become the world's most important language, and many other languages are dying out. This is a negative aspect of globalization that could have severe ramifications in the future. If everyone in the future is required to speak English rather than their native language, the way we communicate may change negatively.

To summarise, globalization harms national identity, and people should pay more attention to their local culture. But, on the other hand, allowing globalization to dominate local cultures will result in a better world in the future.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 The graph shows several Gulf countries' estimated oil production capacity between 1990 and 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

The graph shows several Gulf countries' estimated oil production capacity between 1990 and 2010.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


Model Answer:

The graph depicts selected Gulf countries' oil production capacity in millions of barrels per day. This graph contains several features.

The most notable feature is that oil production will rise sharply in almost all countries depicted. Kuwait and Iraq are expected to more than double their output between 1990 and 2010, with Kuwait increasing its production from 1.8 million barrels per day (BPD) in 1990 to 3.8 million BPD in 2010. Iran will also increase production by a marginal amount. After remaining stable at 2.5 million BPD from 1990 to 2000, the UAE's production will exceed 4.0 million BPD in 2010. Only Qatar's output is expected to fall, returning to 0.8 million BPD after a slight increase in 2000.

The most significant increase, however, will come from Saudi Arabia. In 1990, its output capacity of 8.5 million BPD was more important than the combined output of Iran, Iraq, and Kuwait. This lead is expected to be maintained with a 75% increase in production to 14.5 million BPD in 2010.

In conclusion, while most countries are expected to increase, Saudi Arabia will maintain and strengthen its position as the primary producer.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph shows Internet Usage in Taiwan by Age Group, 1998-2000. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graph shows Internet Usage in Taiwan by Age Group, 1998-2000.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


Model answer:

The graph depicts changes in the age profile of Taiwanese Internet users between 1998 and 2000.

Young adults between the ages of 16 and 30 are the most frequent Internet users in Taiwan. They accounted for more than half of all users in 1998. In 1999, the figure fell slightly to 45 percent, but they were still the most visible group in 2000.

The second-largest age group of users is between the ages of 31 and 50. They accounted for 41 percent in 1998, but only 37 percent in 2000. When the 16-30 age group was added, over 94 percent of users in 1998 were between 16 and 50.

The graph depicts changes in the age profile of Taiwanese Internet users between 1998 and 2000.

Young adults between the ages of 16 and 30 are the most frequent Internet users in Taiwan. They accounted for more than half of all users in 1998. In 1999, the figure fell slightly to 45 percent, but they were still the most visible group in 2000.

The second-largest age group of users is between the ages of 31 and 50. They accounted for 41 percent in 1998, but only 37 percent in 2000. When the 16-30 age group was added, over 94 percent of users in 1998 were between 16 and 50.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Speaking Part 1 1. Who is your favorite celebrity in your country?

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Speaking Part 1

1. Who is your favorite celebrity in your country?

Deshauna Barber has, I believe, impressed not only me but several other young people in recent months. She is our 2016 Miss USA and will represent the United States in the Miss Universe pageant, held in Las Vegas the same year. She became well-known for her exceptional beauty, one-of-a-kind characteristics, and professionalism following the beauty pageants.

2 Do you like any foreign celebrities?

Absolutely. I will talk about someone who has been my favorite since I was a teenager: Miley Cyrus. Most people my age grew up watching Disney Channel, and Hannah Montana, starring Miley Cyrus, was always at the top of my list of favorite shows. Even though she's grown up, I'm still a massive fan of her fantastic voice and highly inspirational songs.

3. Would you like to be a celebrity? Why?

Though I've never considered it, I'm pretty sure that becoming a celebrity would never be one of my life goals. I appreciate all of the stars' efforts every day, no matter what field they work in. However, I feel as if I don't belong in that world; after all, you never know what's going on when the curtains close, do you? So I don't think I want to be a public figure.

4. Do you think we should protect famous people's privacy?

Indeed. As you can probably tell, fans, anti-fans, and even non-fans are all very interested in what their bias is up to these days. Some people are so aggressive that they mentally attack their preferences by posting derogatory comments online. Some, particularly the so-called paparazzi, approach them on the street. As a result, I firmly believe that some regulations should protect celebrities' privacy.

5. How do celebrities influence their fans in your country?

Celebrities, in my opinion, have a significant influence on their fans. Therefore, it's natural to follow our biases and imitate them. First and foremost, it could simply be physical changes such as clothing, hairstyle, or makeup. However, thanks to social media, fans, and idols are now much closer; it's just a status away in some cases. However, this mental connection is a two-edged sword, implying that the heroes must be more cautious about their lifestyle or manners.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 BAGS

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

BAGS

1 Do you like bags?

Bags are not a necessity for me. Instead, for the sake of convenience, I carry a backpack. However, I'm sure I'll spend some time learning more about bags later on.

2 What types of bags do you like?

I'm not a big fan of this item, so my backpack is the only bag I occasionally use. However, I like packs because I tend to carry a lot of heavy objects with me when I go outside, such as my laptop, water bottles, etc. It's the long-term benefit that makes high-quality backpacks worthwhile.

3 Do you usually carry a bag (when you go out)?

As previously stated, I always carry my backpack with me when I go to school or hang out with friends. Even though it does not give me a fashionable appearance, comfort and convenience are my top priorities.

4 Do you have different bags for different occasions (or different purposes)?

I must confess that I know nothing about different types of bags or anything of the sort. And it would also cost me an arm and a leg if I ever wanted to become a bag collector with, say, twenty different bags for different occasions. I do, however, have one fashionable small satchel for special events. I'm also concerned that carrying heavy loads all the time will harm my spine and shoulders.

5. What do you put in these bags?

When I go out or to work, I usually bring my laptop, cellphone, charger, essential beauty products such as lipsticks, lotions, a water bottle, and possibly a pair of earphones. I leave everything at home except my makeup kit and water bottles when I use the smaller backpack.

6What sorts (or) types of bags do women like to buy?

Regardless of age, occupation, tastes, needs, and so on, every woman carries at least one backpack. The pack is ideal for everyday use, as I've already mentioned. On the other hand, the well-designed handbag is the most popular bag.


IELTS SPEAKING TASK 3 Q-First, we'll talk about global environmental problems

IELTS SPEAKING TASK 3

Q-First, we'll talk about global environmental problems

Tell me about some of the environmental issues affecting countries these days?

There are quite a few at the moment. Although it has not been proven, there is a remarkable consensus that global warming causes severe weather changes, which cause a slew of problems. Many countries are experiencing the same issues they have always faced but on a much larger scale. For example, in the United States, there appear to be far more hurricanes and tornadoes than in the past, with far more devastating effects. In addition, there seems to be constant news of severe flooding in many countries ranging from Asia to Europe. Forest fires also seem to be getting worse, especially in Australia.

Q-Do you think that governments worldwide are doing enough to tackle the problems?

No, usually, I don't think they are doing enough. Some countries do what they can do to help their people when problems occur, and they are trying to come up with measures to mitigate the effects, but when it comes to the significant issue of global warming, countries are not doing enough. We see time and again that no agreement can be made on reducing carbon footprints. This is usually because governments will have to sacrifice economic growth to mitigate carbon dioxide emissions severely, and they are not prepared to do this. Governments think very short-term. They know that they will be voted out if there is an economic decline.

Q-Why do some people not consider environmental problems to be serious?

There are several reasons for this, in my opinion. In some cases, it's simply because people aren't affected daily, so it doesn't bother them. They see it on the news and how it affects other people. It doesn't mean they don't care, but they'll soon forget. Furthermore, some well-known organizations may be responsible for disseminating incorrect information. Oil companies, for example, have a vested interest in ensuring that people do not believe in global warming because it could affect their profits, so they downplay the issue. Also, some people believe that because it is a long-term issue, they will be dead by the time it affects them, so they think it is not necessary for them as well!***

Q-Now, we'll look at environmental problems and disasters caused by humans.

What do you consider the world's worst environmental disaster caused by humans?

That, I believe, is the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine. There was an explosion and atomic meltdown in that case. It resulted in a significant loss of life. The environment was severely harmed, and it is still involved today and maybe for a long time. Many people are still getting sick due to the disaster, and no one can live anywhere near the site. Of course, many other serious ones have occurred recently, such as the oil spills in Africa and the United States.

Q-Why do you think environmental disasters caused by humans happen?

It could be for a variety of reasons. In some cases, it is simply due to a lack of care. Perhaps the procedures are insufficient. It could also be because the profit motive necessitates cost-cutting, implying that reasonable procedures are lacking. When a disaster occurs, blame is common to deflect, and it is difficult to determine who is to blame. Nobody wants to admit fault because it means they will have to pay restitution. A disaster can sometimes occur due to a simple mistake made by someone.

Q-Do you think humans will cause more environmental disasters in the future?

I don't believe there will be any more. Procedures are continually tightening, so there should be fewer in theory, but mistakes will always happen, so I'm sure they'll continue, unfortunately. Governments must continue to prosecute companies that cause environmental problems or disasters to make them less likely to occur in the future.


IELTS SPEAKING TASK 3

IELTS SPEAKING TASK 3

Transport

Let's talk about transport.

Q-How do most people travel long distances in your country?

Cars, buses, and trains, in my opinion, are the most common modes of transportation. If someone has a car, I believe this is their preferred mode of transportation because, to be honest, trains aren't that much cheaper where I live. In addition, there are frequent train delays, which can be a real annoyance if you end up with a long journey. Although buses are less expensive, I do not believe they are a comfortable mode of transportation. Of course, there is the option of flying, but most of the bucket airlines fly overseas – you can't pass that cheaply within the country. Cars are thus the best option, and they, of course, give you the most freedom when traveling.

Q-Have the types of transport people use changed much over the last few decades?

I don't believe they have. We've had the transportation I mentioned earlier for many decades in my country, and it's still pretty much the same today. However, as people's incomes have increased, cars have become much more popular, accounting for the problems we see on the roads today, such as congestion, increased accidents, and pollution. This has most likely resulted in some changes within cities. Many cities have now implemented environmentally friendly modes of transportation, such as trams and guided buses, which do not use gasoline and allow people to travel without using a car. Air travel has also increased, but as I previously stated, it is pretty expensive in my country, so most people cannot afford it.

Q: What kinds of improvements have transport in your country in recent years?

Transportation has improved in a variety of ways. More roads have been built, making long-distance travel more accessible, though some argue that more roads are not improving. They can be an eyesore in rural areas, and they have encouraged more people to drive, which may mean that these improvements will eventually fail because more cars are using the roads. As previously stated, mass transit, such as trams and trains, has been introduced in many cities. Our capital city's subway system has also been expanded to connect many more city areas. Many people have benefited from this because commuting times on the roads are horrendous. Those are the primary enhancements.


ELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a lake, a river, or a sea you have visited. You should say: Where the lake, river, or sea is How often you have visited it What activities do you do there Explain why you like this particular place.

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC 

Q-Describe a lake, a river, or a sea you have visited.

You should say:

  • Where the lake, river, or sea is
  • How often you have visited it
  • What activities do you do there

Explain why you like this particular place.

Long Turn Sample Answer:

I want to discuss a trip I took to the sea.

The sea is the sea that surrounds Lanzarote, one of the Canary Islands. The Canary Islands, also known as The Canaries, are a Spanish territory located on the Atlantic Ocean about 100 kilometers west of Morocco. The Canaries are made up of seven islands. I can't recall all of them, but there's also Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Palma, and I believe La Gomera.

I've been there quite a few times because our family has an apartment there. WE'VE HAD IT since I was a kid, so I used to go out there with my parents, but now I head out there with friends. So I've probably been there about fifteen times in total, and of course, I always go to the sea when I'm there. 

I've visited several times because our family has an apartment there. We've had it since I was a kid, so I used to go there with my parents, but now I go with friends. So I've probably been there about fifteen times in total, and when I'm there, I always go to the sea.

If you go to the sea, you can do many things. To begin, you can go scuba diving. I have a PADI 1 diving certification to dive, and I've done so several times. There are some fantastic dives. There is, for example, a sunken ship there. It was intentionally sunk for diving purposes, and while it isn't a complete shipwreck, swimming around it is still a thrilling experience. There are numerous other regular dives. You can, of course, sit on the beach; there are plenty of deck chairs available for rent for a few hours or the entire day. There are also numerous bars where you can sit and enjoy a drink while gazing out at sea. We usually eat at a great restaurant on the harbor that serves delicious paella or squid. You can also go on those inflatable things dragged around at the back of the speed boat, where you always end up tipping over! Jet skis and speed boats can also be rented. You can also try surfing because the sea gets pretty rough on one side of the island, so be careful if you're not a good swimmer. There's also a nudist beach, though I haven't tried it yet!

Anyway, that's why I like it so much, partly because of the activities and partly because we have a place out there, so it's not too expensive for a vacation.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a TV show that you enjoy. You should say: What type of show it is How often it is on How popular it is with other people in your country Could you explain why you like it?

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC 

Q-Describe a TV show that you enjoy.

You should say:

  • What type of show it is
  • How often it is on 
  • How popular it is with other people in your country

Could you explain why you like it?

Sample Response:

Ok, I'd like to talk about a TV show that I like. This TV show is Game of Thrones. 

I'm not sure how I'd categorize what type of show it is. I'd say it's a kind of fantasy drama, as it's not based on real-life, and it's not a comedy or anything like that. It's dramatic as a lot of people end up getting killed! It's medieval and feels in some ways more like historical fiction than a fantasy series. However, it's more about battles and political intrigue than magic and sorcery. It's taken from some books called A Song of Ice and Fire, written by…I can't remember his name now. I know that because I read the first couple of books though I stopped when the series started. 

It's on HBO, and there is one series per year, with one each week when the series is on, so it's on weekly. It is currently in its seventh season, and the final season will air next year. Unfortunately, I'm only up to season six because I've been so busy studying, so I've only recently had the opportunity to watch it on DVD.

It is well-known in my country, but it is famous worldwide. It's rare to come across someone who doesn't watch it. My entire family does, as do nearly all of my friends. I'm not sure if another series has had such high viewership figures in a long time.

I like it for a variety of reasons. It has several storylines around the two fictional continents of Westeros and Essos and various people and families vying for the throne. The main plot revolves around a family known as the Canisters. Two of them are brothers and sisters, but they are also lovers. Jon Snow, who is from the North, is another central character. It feels like you're being taken on a real adventure because it's about another world – similar to Lord of the Rings. One of the best things about it is that you never know who will die. Some characters die when you least expect it. It's also good, in my opinion, because it has had a broad cultural impact. The show is mentioned in numerous other shows and has increased the popularity of fantasy dramas.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart shows the division of household tasks by gender in Great Britain. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Source: Office for National Statistics on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty's Stationary Office. Study these three sentences and write three similar sentences about other chart parts. 1Women spend over twice as much time doing kitchen tasks as men. 2Men spend 30 minutes a day doing kitchen tasks whereas/while women spend 74 minutes a day. 3Women are more active in the kitchen than men (74 minutes a day for women instead of 30 minutes for men).

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart shows the division of household tasks by gender in Great Britain.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Source: Office for National Statistics on behalf of the Controller of Her Majesty's Stationary Office.

Study these three sentences and write three similar sentences about other chart parts.

1Women spend over twice as much time doing kitchen tasks as men.

2Men spend 30 minutes a day doing kitchen tasks whereas/while women spend 74 minutes a day.

3Women are more active in the kitchen than men (74 minutes a day for women instead of 30 minutes for men).


 Sample Report

Look at the following sample answer to the writing task. Write a word in each space.

MODEL ANSWER 

The graph depicts the average number of minutes per day that men and women in the United Kingdom spend doing housework.

Men spend more than two and a half hours slightly on household tasks, while women consume less than four hours. On the other hand, women spend more than twice as much time as men doing kitchen tasks like cooking and washing up (74 minutes for women vs. 30 minutes for men). Women are also more active in housekeeping, which takes 58 minutes of their day compared to/with 13 minutes for men, and in childcare, women spend more than twice as much time as men.

On the other hand, men are more active in gardening and pet care, where they spend twice as much time as women, and maintenance and DIY, where they spend 15 minutes longer. Almost all of the time spent washing and ironing clothes is consumed by women. They take 25 minutes to complete this task, whereas men take only 2 minutes.

Overall, the data show that women spend more time on routine domestic chores than men, whereas men spend more time on housekeeping, gardening, and pet care.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a present you have given someone.

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC 

Q-Describe a present you have given someone.

You should say:

  • Who you gave it to
  • What kind of present it was
  • How it compared to other gifts you have given

Explain why you decided to give this particular gift.

IELTS Speaking Examples - Model Answer

I'm going to talk about a gift I gave someone.

At the time, the person I gave it to was a perfect friend of mine. Kaiya was his name, and he was from India. I met him while both students at a language school in Cambridge. Despite coming from different backgrounds and cultures, we got along well and shared a sense of humor, so we became great friends.

The gift was a painting of the River Cam in Cambridge. It wasn't huge - perhaps 10 inches by 14 inches - but it was lovely. It was presented in a gold-plated frame, and a well-known Cambridge artist created the artwork. This individual had also signed it.

It's the first time I've given this person a gift, and I'm not sure how it compares to other facilities I've provided – I don't recall ever giving someone a picture. If I'm shopping for my family, I usually buy clothes or jewelry for a special occasion. Usually, when I buy something for friends, it's something more lighthearted so we can laugh about it, nothing too serious.

I chose this particular gift because we had spent a lot of time together in Cambridge and had some enjoyable times punting on the River Cam. So I thought this was an appropriate present. We used to go punting at least once a week, if not more. On one occasion, a group of about ten of us went down there and spent the entire day sitting in the sun by the river, and as usual, we went on a boat trip together. So as a result, we all have many photos to remind us of this beautiful day.

So I gave a presentation to my friend Kaaliya because I thought it would always remind him of the good times in Cambridge.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe, an older adult that you know.

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC 

Q-Describe, an older adult that you know.

You should say:

  • What your relationship is with this person
  • How often do you see them
  • What people think about this person

Could you explain why you like them?

Model Answer

Okay, I'd like to tell you about an older adult I know.

He goes by the name John, and he owns a small convenience store at the end of my street.

My relationship with him is one of friendship. I recognize him because I frequently go to the store to buy items when I don't have time to go to the supermarket. He's very friendly, and I always talk to him. I've known him for about five years - ever since I moved to the area. So, as a result, I'd now consider him a friend.

I'd say I see him regularly. As I previously stated, I occasionally go to the big supermarket outside of town to stock up, but you always need odd things during the week, such as milk or some snack. So when this happens, I go down to his shop. So I'd say I see him once or twice a week.

I believe John is well-known because, as far as I know, he has been there for many years and is well-known by the majority of the locals in the area. There will always be someone in the shop talking to him. They like him because he is not only the shopkeeper, but he is also very involved in community activities. For example, I know he volunteers at the older adults' home nights and hosts the pub quizzes. He also assists in the organization of the town's annual fete.

I like him because he's entertaining to talk to. For example, a while ago, I was having problems with my work and was stressed. I didn't have anyone to talk to because my family was away, and a couple of my close friends were not present. I told John about it, and he was fantastic. He listened to me and gave me some sound advice. But, of course, he didn't have to do it, so it was incredible that he made the time anyway. When you visit his shop, he is generally friendly. He'll always have a cheerful expression on his face.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart below shows the total U.S. population aged 65 and over between 1900 and 2000.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


 Model answer

The graph depicts the percentage of the total population aged 65 and up in the United States between 1900 and 2000. In 1900, slightly more than 4% of the population was over 65. However, by 1960, this figure had more than doubled.

Between 1900 and 1930, people aged 75 to 84 remained relatively stable, accounting for only 1-1.3 percent of the population. Then, in 1940, the figure began to rise significantly, and by 1970, it had tripled to account for 3% of the population.

Although the number of people aged 65 to 74 did not change between 1960 and 1970, people aged 75 increased. By the year 2000, 12.4 percent of the U.S. population had reached the age of 65 or older, which was slightly lower than the peak of 12.6 percent in 1990.

According to the graph, people in the United States can expect to live longer lives today than they did in 1900. By 2000, more than 12% of the population had reached the age of 65 or older, compared to only 4.1 percent in 1900.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Online Information

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Online Information

Q. Is online information reliable?

Answer: In my humble opinion, online information is generally trustworthy if it comes from a credible source, such as a well-known news portal or website. However, in many cases, online information or news may not be as reliable as one would like because we cannot always separate facts from opinion and fiction, especially when they come from unknown sources or social networking platforms where anyone can share any information or news they want.

Q. Do you think there is too much information online?

Answer: Yes, I believe there is too much information on the internet because virtually anyone and any entity are free to post any data without regard for its authenticity. Furthermore, the same information could be found on many websites and portals.

Q. Which sources do you usually use to get information from online? [Why?]

Answer: That depends on the type of information I'm looking for. However, in most cases, I try to use the "Google" search engine to find general information unless I know of a specific website or webpage that could provide me with that information. However, after Google returns many search results, I browse the most renowned and authentic website to extract my required information. Anyway, I use Google and Wikipedia because they seem to have answers for almost everything.

Q. How do you verify if information or news is accurate that you get from social media platforms?

Answer: As far as I am concerned, I consider several factors to verify the authenticity of news on social media, primarily because anyone can share anything on social media platforms. Before relying on information from social networking platforms, I consider the sharer (who shared the post), content (what the topic is about), verifiable source (can the information be corroborated from other sources? ), and age (the age of the account).


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Law

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Law

Q. Why do you think law and order are essential?

Answer: Law and order are important and necessary for a society to maintain an ideology that binds it together. It defines a set of behaviors and norms that must be followed to be considered a member of a civilized group of people who do not violate the rights of others.

Q. Who/which department is most responsible for enforcing the law?

Answer: In a society and country, the judiciary branch of government is most responsible for enforcing the law. Law and order enforcement agencies such as the police, army, military, and paramilitary forces assist the judiciary in effectively implementing the law.

Q. Should laws be more universal?

Answer: No, I don't think the laws should be any more universal than they already are, simply because people in the different worlds follow different codes of behavior, religious principles, and cultural values, forcing them to follow some so-called universal laws would be counter-productive.

Q. Is there any law you think is too strict? [Why?/Why not?]

Yes, I believe that the law allowing the death penalty is overly strict. However, this does not always imply that a "strict" direction is always incorrect. Instead, it may benefit a society's overall well-being in the long run, particularly when crime rates rise and strict laws protect its members' rights.

Q. How do people in your country generally think about obeying laws?

Answer: Given the mountains of problems and adverse situations that people face daily, I would say that people in my country are generally law-abiding citizens.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph below shows population figures for India and China since the year 2000 and predicted population growth up until 2050. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 

Q-The graph below shows population figures for India and China since the year 2000 and predicted population growth up until 2050.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.



 Model answer

The graph depicts how India's and China's populations have changed since 2000 and how they will change in the future.

In the year 2000, China had more people than India. The Chinese population was 1.25 billion, while India's population was around 1 billion. There was a 0.2 billion increase in Indian citizens between 2000 and 2010. China's population increased by 0.1 billion to more than 1.35 billion during the same period.

According to the graph, India's population will grow faster than China's, and experts predict that by 2030, both countries will have the same population of 1.45 billion. Following this, China's population is expected to fall slightly to 1.4 billion in 2050, while India's population will rise to 1.6 billion.

As a result, over the next 50 years, India's population will steadily increase and overtake China. On the other hand, China's population will peak in 2030 and decline.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph below shows the pollution levels in London between 1600 and 2000. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graph below shows the pollution levels in London between 1600 and 2000.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


 Model answer

(1st paragraph introduces the graph's topic, describes the chart, and outlines overall trends or patterns.)

The graph depicts the levels of pollution in London between 1600 and 2000. It measures the concentration of smoke and sulfur dioxide in micrograms per cubic meter. According to the data, the levels of both pollutants followed a similar pattern during this period. Still, there were always higher levels of sulfur dioxide in the atmosphere than smoke.

(2nd paragraph elaborates on the trends and illustrates them with data from the graph.)

Pollution levels were low in 1600, but sulfur dioxide levels rose to 700 micrograms per cubic meter over the next hundred years, while smoke levels gradually rose to around 200 micrograms per cubic meter. Sulfur dioxide levels continued to grow over the next two centuries, though there was some fluctuation in this trend. They peaked around 1850. Smoke levels rose more sharply during this period, peaking in 1900 at about 500 micrograms. The stories of both pollutants fell dramatically during the twentieth century, though there was a great deal of fluctuation within this fall.

(In the final paragraph, a simple conclusion is drawn from the data.)

In the early twentieth century, air pollution was a more significant issue in London than it is now.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Pets

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Pets

Q. Do you have a pet or ever had a pet? What is/was?

Answer: When I was a kid, I had a pet. I used to have a lovely parrot as a pet.

Alternative Answer: I adore dogs and have had one for as long as I can remember, as my parents enjoy having a dog as a pet as well. My dog's name is 'Bull,' and he is four years old.

Q. What kind of pets do people like to have in your country?

Answer: To be honest, most people in my country aren't particularly fond of pets. However, most people in my country who enjoy having pets would choose cats, dogs, birds, and fish as their companions.

Alternative Answer: I don't have enough data to answer this question comprehensively. However, based on my observations, people in my country adore dogs, cats, fish, ferrets, guinea pigs, and hamsters.

Q. What kinds of pets are common in your country?

Answer: Cats, dogs, birds, and fish are popular pets in my country. Some people keep wild animals as pets, such as rabbits.

Alternative Answer: Based on my observations, dogs, cats, various types of birds, freshwater fishes, ferrets, hamsters, guinea pigs, and turtles are among the most common pets in my country.

Q. Do many people in your country have pets? [Why? /Why not?]

Answer: No, as far as I know, most families in my country do not own pets. I believe that one out of every ten families in my country has a pet, primarily because our culture and tradition do not encourage us to have pets in our homes.

Alternative Answer: Many people in my country have some pets in their homes. I think it has to do with tradition, lifestyle, and people's choices passed down through generations.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Job

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Job

Q. Are you working or studying?

Answer: I am currently employed as a Manager at one of my country's leading chocolate manufacturing companies.

Q. How long have you been working for this company?

Answer: I've been in the same position at this company for nearly three years. However, I have a total of six years of professional experience.

Q. What are your job responsibilities?

Answer: Among other responsibilities, I am responsible for developing strong working relationships with internal and external partners, implementing and influencing best practices within the 'Supply Chain' department, facilitating the internal approval process for importing/exporting product raw materials, and working with third-party transportation groups, distribution centers, and store operations teams to forecast store delivery effectively and efficiently.

Q. What do you like about the work you do?

Answer: I enjoy several aspects of my job, but the "challenge" is my favorite. I never have a "dull" moment at work because I have been given the authority to "try" new things to improve my company's supply chain process. Another something I enjoy about working at my company because it makes me feel "important" because I can express my concerns and opinions without fear.

Q. What do you want to change or improve in it?

Answer: Numerous areas in my department need to be improved somehow. But one thing I would like to improve is our "supply chain Executives'" overall knowledge to keep them up to date with the relevant rules and regulations of storage, shipping, and logistics, as we are now operating not only locally but also globally.


IELTS Writing task 1 Q-The map below is of the town of Canterbury. A new-school (S) is planned for the area. The map-shows two possible sites for the school.

 IELTS Writing task 1

Q-The map below is of the town of Canterbury. A new-school (S) is planned for the area. The map-shows two possible sites for the school.


 Model answer

The map depicts two possible locations for a new school in Canterbury and its environs.

The first location (S1) is in the countryside, northeast of the town center. It is located just outside of the town's central residential sector and close to the main road that connects Sturry and Canterbury. Therefore, it would be in a perfect position for students coming from Sturry, which is only 5 kilometers distant, and those living on Canterbury's east side. Students traveling from Chartham, 7 kilometers south of Canterbury, may reach the school using the main route that runs southwest of Canterbury.

The second location (S2) is in the heart of the town. There are benefits to this: it puts students from Sturry and Chartham within walking distance. Furthermore, pupils who reside in the town center's housing area should find it relatively straightforward to get to school. However, no parent would drive their child to school due to the no-traffic zone in the town center. Some parents may find it challenging to make travel plans as a result of this.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph below shows waste recycling rates in the U.S. from 1960 to 2011. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graph below shows waste recycling rates in the U.S. from 1960 to 2011.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

sharp

triple

peak

reach

steady

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rise

compare

significant


The graph depicts waste recycling rates in the United States from 1960 to 2011, expressed as a percentage and in tonnes.

Between 1960 and 1970, the annual percentage of garbage recycled remained relatively stable at just over 6%. It then increased slightly over the next 15 years, peaking at 10.1 percent in 1985.

The amount of recycled garbage, on the other hand, tripled during the same period, from 5.6 million tonnes in 1960 to 16.7 million tonnes in 1985. Following this sharp increase, the waste recycled increased significantly between 1985 and 2011, peaking at 86.9 million tonnes in 2011.

Similarly, the recycling rate increased rapidly from 1985 to 1995, gradually over the next 15 years, peaking at 34.7 percent in 2011. However, compared to the total waste recycled each year, this figure is still disappointing.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: School

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: School

Q. Did you go to a secondary/high school near where you lived? [Why/Why not]

Answer: Yes, I went to a high school near where we lived. It was within walking distance, and it would only take me about 8 to 10 minutes to get to my school at a moderate pace. I went to that high school primarily for convenience, safety, and security. I lived close to my high school, so commuting from my house was never a problem. Furthermore, because my father was required to live away from us due to his government service, living close to high school would provide my father with a greater sense of safety and security because I would not have to travel far to attend my school.

Q. What did you like about your secondary/high school? [Why?]Answer: Studying in a high school after graduating from elementary/primary school is an entirely new experience, with new teachers, books, and a new library to get used to. However, one of the best things about my school was that it had plenty of open space inside and outside, including a beautiful garden and a lake with crystal clear water for students like us to enjoy during our lunch breaks. Another thing I liked was that our school would provide funds for us to organize picnics every month so that we could travel to some remote picnic spots (not too far from our school, of course), such as a park or forest site, and enjoy the outdoors while eating delicious meals cooked entirely by ourselves. Finally, the best part of high school was, of course, the opportunity to make friends whom I still cherish to this day.

Q. Tell me about anything you didn't like at your school.

Answer: My high school was great for the most part, except for the fact that I wouldn't say I liked the idea of wearing the same shirt, pants, and shoes every day. I also didn't want my school to serve us the same "boring" tiffin every late morning. Another thing I disliked about my school was that I had to deal with more "bullies" than I was prepared to deal with.

Q. How do you think your school could be improved? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Once again, I liked my high school for the most part because it was always striving to bring the "best" among us academically. However, it did not encourage us to participate in "extracurricular" activities such as forming a school debate team or culture clubs. So my high school would undoubtedly benefit from some improvements in those areas. Furthermore, minor work on fixing and repairing some of the high school's old building structures (by the way, it was a senior high school) would go a long way toward improving the "looks and sights" of an otherwise great school.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Traffic where you live

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Traffic where you live

Q. How do most people travel to work where you live?

Answer: I live in Kuala Lumpur, where most people take the bus to work because it is Malaysia's cheapest mode of transportation. Furthermore, these buses, which are fully air-conditioned and equipped with free Wi-Fi, are challenging to miss and can be boarded at any of their stops, with a frequency rate of approximately 15 minutes.

Q. What traffic problems are there in your area? [Why is that?]

Answer: With the rapid growth of population, urbanization, and transportation, traffic problems in the area where I live have become a significant source of concern, as vehicles move at a snail's pace not only during peak hours but also at times during "off-peak" hours. These traffic problems not only cost us valuable 'working hours,' but they also increase fuel consumption and air pollution in an otherwise clean city like Kuala Lumpur.

Q. How do traffic problems affect you?

Answer: Traffic problems impact a person's mental and physical health. Because of the traffic, I have to plan for my regular travel itineraries to arrive at work on time. But by the time I get to work, I'm exhausted from "struggling" extra time on the roads. Furthermore, when I cannot return home on time after work due to massive traffic jams, I do not always have enough time to relax in the company of my loved ones.

Q. How would you reduce the traffic problems in your area?

Answer: To begin, I would try to reduce the number of private cars and vehicles while increasing the number of public transportation options in my area to alleviate traffic congestion. Second, I would encourage more people to ride bicycles, especially since improvements and the construction of bicycle infrastructure and the implementation of the urban bicycling program is already underway. Finally, because we have enough space to build new road infrastructures, new roads and streets should be made with a better plan to connect different parts of the city.


IELTS SPEAKING - CUE CARD

IELTS SPEAKING  - CUE CARD 

Q-Describe a cafe you would like to visit.

It would help if you said - makkarIELTS

- Where it is

- What kinds of food and drinks does it serve

- What do you do there

- And explain why you like to go there

• One of my maternal aunts resides in Delhi, and my sister and I go there during our summer holidays to see her and spend some time with her.

• Her home is just adjacent to Indian Coffee House, a well-known real Indian traditional cafe. It was one of the earliest cafés to open in Delhi during the British colonial period. It differs significantly from modern cafe chains such as Barista, Cafe Coffee Day, and Starbucks. However, it does not provide a broad range of coffee, such as lattes, cappuccinos, and mochas. They do, in reality, offer a limited menu.

• There are just two types of coffee, hot and cold, tea, and some fresh juices.

• They offer a limited number of snack selections, four or five, but I only recall one, the onion fritters.

• I drink tea or coffee depending on the occasion, but I always get the onion fritters because they are delicious. 

• That is the primary reason I go there, but there is another one: the inexpensive pricing. And, even though costs have risen in recent years, they remain pretty reasonable. As a result, finding an empty table can be difficult; in fact, I've seen individuals line for an hour before being seated.

• The ancient design, the rickety tables and chairs, and the servers dressed in traditional Indian clothing all add to the place's appeal.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Walking

IELTS Speaking Topic: Walking

Q.1- Do you go places on foot a lot?

Answer: In my opinion, the distance I cross every day on foot for roughly 10 minutes to go to a bus stop does not qualify to be termed "a lot."

Q.2- Did you walk more when you were younger?

Answer: I would say that I walked more when I was younger since I was more active and didn't have to worry as much about "being on time all of the time." Besides, I didn't have a car when I was younger, so I walked whenever I needed to travel a short distance.

Q.3- Why do some people prefer walking to driving a car?

Answer: There might be a few reasons why some individuals choose to walk rather than drive a car. The first reason is that they believe walking is healthier for them. Second, they dislike being stopped in traffic for long periods and have difficulty locating a parking spot.

Q.4- Do people in your country walk a lot?

Answer: Well, I don't believe that people in my nation walk "a lot" these days (depending on how we define "a lot" here) because various modes of transportation are readily available to convey them to multiple locations. A vast number of people possess personal automobiles.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Humour

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Humour

Q. What types of programs do you find funny on TV?

Answer: I don't watch television as much as I used to, but it used to be a great source of entertainment for me. I watch TV for 5-10 hours per week on average. Reality TV shows, comedy TV shows, and celebrity talk shows are hilarious and entertaining. 'How I met your mother' and 'The Big Bang Theory' are hilarious TV shows.

Q. What types of programs are most popular in your country? Why do you think this is the case?

Answer: In my country, talk shows, news, and TV series are popular among TV viewers. According to a recent online survey, talk shows and news analysis rapidly gain popularity. I believe that watching the news is very popular all over the world. It's simple to use, provides updates, keeps us updated on current events, and entertains us. Unlike other programs, we can begin watching a news program at any time and do not need to pay close attention to grasp the information or theme.

Q. What kind of things make you laugh? Why?

Answer: I suppose this is a difficult question because I had to think hard to develop a solution. A good sense of humor, a funny joke, a funny child's activity, a comedy movie, a severed child's attitude, an action or a pet, or a funny childhood or adolescent memory make me laugh. I adore children, mainly because of their innocence. They occasionally act like adults, which most people find amusing. A good movie with a funny storyline or funny characters makes me laugh because I enjoy these kinds of films. A sense of humor, an enjoyable and funny joke, is also very refreshing and makes me laugh for a short period.

Q. Do you like to make people laugh? How?

Answer: Without a doubt, I enjoy making people laugh. But that doesn't mean I always act like a joker or a clown or try to make others laugh. I occasionally tell a funny joke or story that makes people laugh. Besides, I sometimes impersonate someone, which makes my friends laugh. For example, we had a hilarious neighbor, and whenever I emulate him in front of my friends, they all find it highly amusing and laugh out loud. I'm not sure if I have a sharp sense of humor, but I believe it's a necessary trait to make others enjoy someone's company and laugh a lot when he tells a story or presents a report or event.

Q. Do you think it is essential to have a sense of humor?

Answer: As I previously stated, a sense of humor is an excellent quality for anyone to possess, and it attracts others to become friends with the person who owns a great sense of humor. Great skill is having a sense of humor, which distinguishes someone from the crowd. A good sense of humor also represents a person's intelligence and wit.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Birthday celebration

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Birthday celebration

Q. What is your date of birth?

Answer: I was born on September 20, 1996. So every year, on September 20, I celebrate my birthday.

Q. When was the last time you celebrated your birthday?

Answer: I had a birthday last year. My parents never miss a chance to celebrate any of our birthdays! So it mainly was a family gathering, with a few of my relatives and friends in attendance.

Q. Describe a birthday party you have attended?

Answer: A few months ago, I attended the birthday party of one of my closest friends. Other close friends were also invited to the party. To commemorate the occasion, a lovely birthday cake was created. The food was also delicious. I gave my friend a nice-looking T-shirt and a small perfume bottle, and he was pleased with the gifts. On this day, he also received a slew of other benefits. We all had a good time at his house's rooftop party. It was a truly memorable occasion for all of us.

Q. Do you celebrate your family member's birthday? [Why/why not?]

Answer: Actually, my parents enjoy celebrating our birthdays, and I enjoy having those happy occasions. I have three brothers and sisters, and we all celebrate our birthdays, sometimes at home and sometimes at restaurants. But, on the other hand, my parents avoid celebrating their birthdays at all costs. As a child, I was perplexed by the issue, but now I understand why many adults dislike celebrating their birthdays.


Topic: Countryside

Topic: Countryside

Q. Can you tell me your full name, please?

Yes, of course! Hoang Pham is my complete name. So "Hoang" is how people refer to me.

Q. What shall I call you?

Please address me as "Hoang." Thank you very much.

Q. Tell me about the countryside outside your town/city.

Answer: I live in Hanoi, my country's vibrant capital city. However, at least 60-70 kilometers outside of my city, our countryside is serene, with a highly refreshing landscape. You'll also be able to view shades of green that span the entire terrain as far as the eye can see, making you never want to leave!

Q. Would you like to live in the countryside or a metropolitan city in the future? [Why?]

Answer: I'd like to live in the countryside in the future, mostly because I enjoy nature and prefer to be close to it. Furthermore, I am convinced that living in the country is healthier than living in the city because it allows me to breathe fresh air and drink clean water. Finally, I admire the simple lifestyles of folks who live in the countryside.

Q. Why do some people move to a city from a rural area? Do you know someone who did so?

Answer: I believe that some people relocate to cities from rural areas to increase their earning potential. Furthermore, some people migrate to a town because they are drawn to the "flashy" city life and want to enjoy life more. Finally, some people might relocate to a village to take advantage of improved educational opportunities. For example, one of my distant cousins relocated to Hanoi a few years ago to attend an excellent technical university.

Q. Do you enjoy visiting large cities or small villages? [Why?]

Answer: I prefer visiting small villages to large cities since tiny towns in my nation do not suffer from traffic congestion. Furthermore, individuals in remote villages are far more kind and straightforward than those in huge cities. Finally, I prefer visiting towns in my country, large and small, because they are beautiful with clear lakes and lush greenery.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Newspapers and Magazines

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Newspapers and Magazines

Q. Do you think reading a newspaper or magazine in a foreign language is an excellent way to learn the language? [Why/Why not?]

Q. Which magazines and newspapers do you read? [Why?]

Answer: Every day, I read the Indian Express, a daily newspaper, and my favorite magazine is "The Week." I enjoy reading newspapers and magazines whenever I have the opportunity to stay updated about what is going on in my backyard and around the world. I enjoy reading the magazine because it provides me with information on various topics I am interested in.

Q. What kinds of articles are you most interested in? [Why?]

Answer: Every day, I read the Indian Express, a daily newspaper, and my favorite magazine is "The Week." I enjoy reading newspapers and magazines whenever I have the opportunity to stay updated about what is going on in my backyard and around the world. I enjoy reading the magazine because it provides me with information on various topics I am interested in.

Q. Have you ever read a newspaper or magazine in a foreign language? [When/Why?]

Answer: I've always wanted to read and communicate in languages other than English and Hindi. But I've discovered that it's not easy. However, I know a little "Bengali" (the mother tongue of Bangladesh, a nearby country of India), which has helped me read and understand some "Bengali" texts in their publications recently. After meeting a Bangladeshi girl who is now one of my best friends, I grew interested in reading Bengali publications.

Q. Do you think reading a newspaper or magazine in a foreign language is an excellent way to learn the language? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Of course, reading a foreign-language newspaper or magazine is a fantastic way to learn the language since it allows us to understand the articles and their meanings at our own pace and leisure. English is also a foreign language, and I learned it by reading English newspapers and magazines and listening to radio and television programs in English.


IELTS SPEAKING 1 Topic: Entertainment

IELTS SPEAKING 1

Topic: Entertainment

Q. Do you prefer relaxing at home or going out in the evening? [Why?]

Answer: I prefer to spend my evenings outside. Rather than staying at home, I believe that the evening is a good time to meet friends outside and do some exercise. I've been doing this for a long time, and I get bored if I remain home in the evening.

Q. When you go out for an evening, what do you like to do?

Answer: In the evenings, I prefer to walk in the park or spend time with my friends. Once or twice a week, I usually ride my bicycle for an hour or so. In addition, I enjoy going to the movies with my buddies on occasion.

Q. How popular is this with other people in your country?

Answer: In the evenings, I prefer to walk in the park or spend time with my friends. Once or twice a week, I usually ride my bicycle for an hour or so. In addition, I enjoy going to the movies with my buddies on occasion.

Q. Is there any entertainment you do not like? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: I guess I wouldn't say I like seeing people waste their time in front of the television. Television, in my opinion, is an excellent medium for receiving news and watching enjoyable programs. But, unfortunately, some people are still addicted to watching television and spend nearly 6-8 hours a day doing it. This bothers me because I believe this time could be better spent.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic: Neighbours

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic: Neighbours

Q. How well do you know the people who live next door to you?

Answer: I'm pretty familiar with my neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick, who lives next door to my house, is more than just neighbors; they're like family. Mr. Albert, who lives across the street from us, is a beautiful person. I like playing chess. Furthermore, a number of my neighbors are close family friends. As a result, some of my neighbors are close to us, and we have a terrific relationship.

Q. How often do you see them? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: I see them daily. I notice someone waving his hands at me whenever I go out, and I do the same anytime I see them. In addition, some of our neighbors who walk in the park early in the morning frequently greet me. When it comes to visiting each other, we go to their place, and they also contact us very often - at least once a week, I'd say. We see our neighbors more regularly and have more conversations with them than our relatives because they live close to us.

Q. What kinds of problems do people sometimes have with their neighbors?

Answer: I feel that disagreements about fences and limits are a typical occurrence among neighbors and that it is sometimes the source of their hatred. Other causes for people not having a healthy relationship with their neighbors include a lack of mutual respect, illogical behavior, and allowing pets to run free. Jealousy might also cause a break in their relationship.

Q. How do you think neighbors can help each other?

Answer: Neighbors are frequently more important than family in the sense that they are always there for us when we need them, and they share our joys and sorrows. As a result, a good neighbor can be quite helpful by extending their helping hands in times of trouble and agony. They also look after our property while we are gone and have the potential to become excellent friends with us over time. To give you an example, when my grandfather became gravely ill in the middle of the night over six months ago, my neighbors rushed to our rescue, and we could have been in a lot of trouble if it hadn't been for their immediate support and assistance. As a result, excellent neighbors are a boon to us.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graphs below show the types of music albums purchased by people in Britain. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graphs below show the types of music albums purchased by people in Britain.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.


Model answer:

The three graphs show the many sorts of music that individuals in the United Kingdom buy. At first look, classical music appears to be significantly less popular than pop or rock music.

While slightly more women than men buy pop music, the rock market is dominated by men, with 30% purchasing rock, compared to 17% of women. The first graph shows that interest in pop music is steady from age 16 to 44 with 20% of the population buying pop CDs after 45.

The interest in rock music reaches its peak among the 25 to 34-year-olds, though it never sells as well as pop. However, interest also drops off after 35 with an even sharper fall from age 45 onwards, a pattern opposite to the classical music graph.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart shows the number of mobile phones and landlines per 100 people in selected countries. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart shows the number of mobile phones and landlines per 100 people in selected countries.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given.


Model Answer:

For each country, the graph depicts the number of mobile phones and landlines per 100 people. In general, mobile phone subscribers outnumber landline subscribers in the majority of the nations represented in the graph.

Mobile phones are widely used in most European countries. The Italians are the most frequent mobile phone users, with 88 phones per 100 persons. Italy, for example, has twice as many mobile phones as landlines, with 88 mobile phones per hundred persons vs. 45 landlines. On the other hand, mobile phone use is low in Canada, with fewer than 40 phones per 100 persons. Denmark is also unique in that it has a somewhat higher proportion of landlines than mobile phones.

In certain nations, however, the number of landlines outnumbers the number of mobile phones. For example, in the United States, the number of mobile phones (50 per 100 persons) is substantially lower than the number of landlines (almost 70 per hundred). In Canada, a similar pattern may be noticed. Denmark has the most landlines in the graph, with approximately 90 per 100 people. Italy and the United Kingdom, on the other hand, have the lowest fixed-line figures.

Finally, it appears that mobile phone usage in Europe is higher than in North America.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic - Your friends:

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic - Your friends:

Q. Do you prefer to have one particular friend or a group of friends? [Why?]

Answer: I believe this is a difficult question to answer. But I'll give it my all. Naturally, I'd like to have a circle of friends from school, my neighborhood, and a few internet acquaintances, but my best buddy would be someone unique. One particular person, who I believe would be a genuinely fantastic and entirely trustworthy friend, is difficult to come by yet will be my friend for a long time, while many other friends will be with me for a short time.

Q. What do you like doing most with your friend/s?

Answer: I enjoy having chats and hanging out with my pals. With them, I frequently play both inside and outdoor games. We can honestly be ourselves because we can virtually say and do anything with our buddies. I occasionally enjoy going to new cities with my pals, and I recently visited Milan with two of my closest friends.

Q. Do you think it's important to keep in contact with friends you knew as a child? [Why/Why not?]

In some ways, I believe childhood friends are unique. During this stage of life, we form friends very innocently, with no expectations of them. Furthermore, childhood memories are priceless, and our childhood pals are a part of them. So staying in touch with those pals is crucial. Unfortunately, however, regularly keeping in touch with all of your childhood pals is impossible because we lose touch with many of them as we get older.

Q. What makes a friend into a good friend?

In some ways, I believe childhood friends are unique. We create friends quite innocently throughout this stage of life and Answer: I feel it takes time, same interests, and similar mentalities to draw friends closer together. In our lives, we make numerous friends, and some of them become close friends as they demonstrate via their actions that we can trust them and share anything with them.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic - Musical instruments: Q. Which instrument do you like listening to the most? [Why?]

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic - Musical instruments:

Q. Which instrument do you like listening to the most? [Why?]

Answer: The sound of a piano is my favorite. The note that a piano produces is appealing and wonderful. It soothes my ears and relaxes my mind. On the other hand, the guitar is possibly my second favorite musical instrument, and it is widely used in many genres.

Q. Have you ever learned to play a musical instrument? [Which one?]

Answer: I once attempted to learn how to play the guitar. I was even accepted into a music school to play the guitar, but I could not complete the course. However, I can play some fundamental tones and music on the guitar, although I'm not good.

Q. Do you think children should learn to play a musical instrument at school? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: I feel that schools should allow interested children to learn to sing and play a musical instrument, but that this should not be mandatory for all pupils. If a student in school is enthusiastic about learning something, they should pursue it.

Q. How easy would it be to learn to play an instrument without a teacher? [Why?]

Answer: I believe it was nearly impossible before the internet. These days, however, online courses and interactive video lessons make learning to play a musical instrument like a guitar or drum without the direct supervision of a mentor a little easier. However, having a teacher is highly advantageous since they motivate students to learn and serve as a role model for mastering a musical instrument.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic - Telephoning

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic - Telephoning:

 Q. How often do you make telephone calls? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: I don't use a landline very often, except for some official purposes. However, I use my cellphone frequently and daily.

I use my cellphone to make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, and occasionally surf the web. In addition, I frequently use my phone to play games and listen to music. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't utilize it.

Q. Who do you spend the most time talking to on the telephone? [Why?]

Answer: I believe that's my mother. She is pretty close to me, and she becomes concerned if she does not hear from me for more than a few hours. She also phones me a couple of times a day when I'm out, and I can tell her pretty much anything. Because of these factors, she is the person I spend the most time on the phone or my mobile phone.

Q. When do you think you'll next make a telephone call? [Why?]

Answer: When I get out of the exam room, I'll phone my mother to tell her that I'm alright and that my exam went well. I'll call her since I'm sure she's excited to hear from me and learn how well I did on the exam.

Q. Do you sometimes prefer to send a text message instead of telephoning? [Why/Why not?]

Yes, sending a text message is sometimes more handy and sensible than calling someone. FOR EXAMPLE, when I'm in a conference or a crowded place, I prefer SMS to phone calls. Furthermore, I would text rather than contact the intended recipient if I needed to send an address, a phone number, or an email address.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic- Bicycles:

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 

Topic- Bicycles:

Q. How popular are bicycles in your hometown? [Why?]

Answer: Bicycles are relatively standard in my hometown, I'd say. It was trendy when I was a kid, and I've seen a lot of people riding bikes to get around. At the time, the majority of people commuted to and from their offices on bicycles. However, motorized cars have grown in popularity in recent years, and this tendency has reduced the use of bicycles. However, the fact that many young people now ride bikes is a positive indicator.

Q. How often do you ride a bicycle? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: To be honest, I don't ride a bicycle very often these days. We utilize bikes less frequently because of our busy lifestyles, the increased speeds of motorized vehicles, and our apathy towards participating in physical activity. I do, however, ride a bicycle once in a while, mainly for pleasure rather than for transportation. I prefer to ride in a car rather than a bicycle because the former is faster and more comfortable.

Q. Do you think that bicycles are suitable for all ages? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Bicycles have far more benefits than cars except for the fact that a car is faster. The most crucial advantage of riding a bicycle is that it keeps us healthy. Bicycles do not pollute the air, and they are environment-friendly. They are cheap and require no costly maintenances or services. While cars take larger spaces to be parked in, bicycles do not. Considering the environmental consequences, bicycles could be an excellent replacement for motorized vehicles in our hometown.

Q. What are the advantages of a bicycle compared to a car? [Why?]

Except for the fact that a car is faster, bicycles have significantly more advantages than cars. The most crucial benefit of bicycling is that it keeps us healthy. Bicycles are environmentally beneficial and do not pollute the air. They are inexpensive and do not necessitate costly maintenance or services. Bicycles, unlike cars, do not require a more prominent parking spot. Bicycles could be an ideal replacement for powered vehicles in our town, given the environmental implications.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic - Giving gifts:

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 

Topic - Giving gifts:

Q. When do people give gifts or presents in your country?

Answer: In my country, people usually offer gifts to others on certain occasions such as birthdays, weddings, and anniversaries. During the Christmas holidays, it is a common custom to exchange gifts. On farewell days, we frequently buy gifts for a classmate, colleague, or teacher.

Furthermore, we frequently purchase candies for children and flowers for our relatives whenever we visit them.

Q. Do you ever take a gift when you visit someone in their home? [Why/Why not?]

Yes, I frequently purchase a present for such an occasion. I do it because it is a widely observed custom in our nation, and the prospect of giving a host a present is exciting, especially when the gift is well received. It's also a kind gesture as a visitor and a mark of thanks.

Q. When did you last receive a gift? [What was it?]

Answer: That's an intriguing subject, and it reminds me of a present I received a few weeks ago from a good friend. Maria visited her grandparents in Italy in November, and when she returned, she sent me an Italian perfume. I appreciate her present of 'Gucci Premiere Eau De Parfum,' which was pricey.

Q. Do you enjoy looking for gifts for people? [Why/Why not?]

Yes, I enjoy looking through different stores to locate an appropriate gift for someone I care about. Finding the perfect gift idea and then procuring the item might be time-consuming, but it demonstrates our concern and affection for the recipient. If the person enjoys the present, the time we spend looking for it is well worth it.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Topic - Photographs: Q. What type of photos do you like taking? [Why/Why not?]

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Topic - Photographs:

Q. What type of photos do you like taking? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: I frequently play with my camera and mobile phone camera, which is why I enjoy photographing nature, people, gift goods, the sky, the river, flowers, and other subjects.

However, I have a strong desire to photograph people. Some of my favorite images were taken in unknown locations when people posed for my camera. The shot is worth preserving because of its genuine grin, sad look, and occasional perplexity.

Q. What do you do with the photos you take?

Answer: After taking roughly 20-30 photos with my camera or phone, I connect it to my laptop and sort through the finest ones. Then I give each phone a name corresponding to the subject and prepare them for uploading to my Flickr account. Yahoo! owns Flickr, excellent photo storage and sharing website. It has a lot of storage capacity. On Facebook and Instagram, I occasionally post a few photos with my pals. If I want to give an image as a present or frame it, I usually print it.

Q. When you visit other places, do you take photos or buy postcards? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: When I was a kid, I used to buy postcards every time my parents and I went to a new destination. Perhaps I did so to bring souvenirs from the areas I'd visited. However, with the widespread usage of smartphones and cameras, we can now frame and save our photos and videos to our digital storage. As a result, we are more likely to capture images and films and then share them with friends and family in this age of technology innovation than to buy souvenirs, particularly postcards.

Q. Do you like people taking photos of you? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: If someone asks me for firsts and I don't mind being photographed, I don't care. Otherwise, I avoid photographing folks who are less well-known or unfamiliar to me. I believe this is a personal choice, and I am not the sort to occasionally take selfies or self-photographs.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The bar chart below gives information about the percentage of the population living in urban areas globally and on different continents. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Source: UN, World Urbanization Prospects: The 2005 Revision (2006) and Carl Haub, 2007 World Population Data Sheet. Read the following sample answer. Complete the answer by filling the gaps with the words in the box.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The bar chart below gives information about the percentage of the population living in urban areas globally and on different continents.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Source: UN, World Urbanization Prospects: The 2005 Revision (2006) and Carl Haub, 2007 World Population Data Sheet.

Read the following sample answer. Complete the answer by filling the gaps with the words in the box.

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The bar chart compares the world's urbanization percentage in 1950 with the rate in 2007 and the expected ratio for 2030.

The proportion of the world's population living in cities is predicted to double between 1950 and 2030, rising from 29 percent to 60 percent. However, in some continents, this rate is lower than in others.

For example, 64% of the population of North America was urban in 1950, increasing to 79% by 2007. By contrast, just 15% of the African population was urban in 1950, but this rose to 37% by 2007. This represents one of the highest urbanization rates globally, even though the percentage of Africans in urban areas is still smaller than the world average.

It is also clear from the graph that urbanization in Latin America is projected to be higher than in Europe in 2030, despite being lower in 1950.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The line graph below gives information about the number of visitors to three London museums between June and September 2013. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The line graph below gives information about the number of visitors to three London museums between June and September 2013.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


 Model answer

Look at the line graph and complete the text with the correct forms of the verbs in brackets and the correct prepositions.

In 2013, the graph depicted the number of persons who visited (visited) three London museums. Between June and September, the British Museum sees the most visitors. Between 500 and 750, the number fluctuated (fluctuated). The Science Museum and the Natural History Museum, on the other hand, had (have) fewer visitors. Even though it was lower in 1950. From June through August, the number of visitors to the Science Museum decreased (down) steadily from 400 to 300, then increased (rise) to 450 thousand in September. We can observe (see) that the Natural History Museum followed a similar pattern. Between June and July, there was a significant drop in visitors. The number stayed steady (remain stable) in August before progressively increasing (grow) in September.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart below shows the changes in three different crime areas in Panama City from 2010 to 2019. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart below shows the changes in three different crime areas in Panama City from 2010 to 2019.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


 Model answer

This graph depicts the changes in crime rates in Panama City from 2010 to 2019. We can observe right away that the number of burglaries has increased significantly, whereas theft instances have remained low but stable.

We can observe that burglary was the most common crime in 2010, with roughly 3,400 incidents reported. The number increased to over 3,700 in 2011 but then began to decline until 2015. The total number of events was just over 1,000 at this point. This increased little in 2016, then fluctuated for the rest of the year.

The number of stolen cars peaked at around 2,800 in 2010 and followed a similar pattern as burglary until 2013. The number began to rise at this point, peaking at about 2,200 in 2014. The following year, there was a slight decline, but the trend was vastly higher.

Finally, robberies have always been a minor issue in Panama City. However, over the last nine years, the number of infractions committed has been relatively constant. Therefore, it's worth noting that the exact number for 2019 is 700, as it was in 2010.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The table below shows the results of a 20-year study into why adults in the UK attend arts events. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The table below shows the results of a 20-year study into why adults in the UK attend arts events.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.



Model answer

Over the last two decades, the table depicts four reasons adults have attended arts events in the United Kingdom. In the previous two decades, the most common reason has been a desire to see a specific performer or artist, while the least common one has been attending arts events for professional purposes.

The number of people who went to events because they wanted to see a particular performer has stayed pretty steady over the last two decades, ranging from 58 percent in 1992 to 56 percent now.

The ratio of people accompanying children, on the other hand, has increased significantly, from 9% 20 years ago to slightly under a quarter now. Finally, the percentage of those who attended arts events for special occasions or celebrations declined somewhat from 27 percent 20 years ago to 20 percent a decade ago, before plummeting to just 9% today.

The percentage of persons attending arts events for work or business has increased slightly over the last 20 years, from 6% to just over 10% now.

Overall, the number of people attending events to accompany children and for work-related reasons has increased. On the other hand, people are less likely to participate in an arts event as a form of celebration.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Art Galleries

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Art Galleries

Q-Are there any art galleries where you live?

I'm not aware of any. I don't believe there are any in my small town, though we have a few museums and other cultural institutions. However, there are several art galleries in our capital city.

Q-Did you like to go to art galleries when you were a child?

I've never been particularly fond of art, so no. HOWEVER, when I was in school, we were taken to one as part of a field trip. It contains a large number of works by well-known artists from our country. I suppose it was interesting to watch, but I haven't been to any since.

Q-Should people have to pay to go to art galleries?

I believe it is debatable. If possible, they should be free, as people are less inclined to attend if they have to pay. However, because these things are costly, a small fee may be required to keep the art gallery running and open. However, the government would pay for this in an ideal world, as I believe our taxes do.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The pie charts below illustrate the number of journal articles per week by all students, Ph.D. students, and junior lecturers at an Australian university. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The pie charts below illustrate the number of journal articles per week by all students, Ph.D. students, and junior lecturers at an Australian university.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.



Model answer

The three pie charts show how many articles from academic journals are read weekly by Ph.D. students and junior professors at an Australian university compared to other students.

Compared to the ordinary student, most individuals pursuing doctorates read at least twelve articles per week. The percentages were 80 percent and 12%, respectively.

Furthermore, only 5% of Ph.D. students read between one and five articles, compared to a whopping 67 percent for all students in this group.

Meanwhile, the pattern appears to be slightly different for junior lecturers. The majority of students (99%) read six or more articles per week, while 24 percent read twelve or more out of this total, which is over a third of the proportion for Ph.D. students.

Students pursuing a Ph.D. read far more papers than junior professors or other students.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The pie charts below illustrate the number of journal articles per week by all students, Ph.D. students, and junior lecturers at an Australian university. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The pie charts below illustrate the number of journal articles per week by all students, Ph.D. students, and junior lecturers at an Australian university.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.



Model answer

The three pie charts show how many articles from academic journals are read weekly by Ph.D. students and junior professors at an Australian university compared to other students.

Compared to the ordinary student, most individuals pursuing doctorates read at least twelve articles per week. The percentages were 80 percent and 12%, respectively.

Furthermore, only 5% of Ph.D. students read between one and five articles, compared to a whopping 67 percent for all students in this group.

Meanwhile, the pattern appears to be slightly different for junior lecturers. The majority of students (99%) read six or more articles per week, while 24 percent read twelve or more out of this total, which is over a third of the proportion for Ph.D. students.

Students pursuing a Ph.D. read far more papers than junior professors or other students.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The pie charts below illustrate the number of journal articles per week by all students, Ph.D. students, and junior lecturers at an Australian university. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The pie charts below illustrate the number of journal articles per week by all students, Ph.D. students, and junior lecturers at an Australian university.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.



Model answer

The three pie charts show how many articles from academic journals are read weekly by Ph.D. students and junior professors at an Australian university compared to other students.

Compared to the ordinary student, most individuals pursuing doctorates read at least twelve articles per week. The percentages were 80 percent and 12%, respectively.

Furthermore, only 5% of Ph.D. students read between one and five articles, compared to a whopping 67 percent for all students in this group.

Meanwhile, the pattern appears to be slightly different for junior lecturers. The majority of students (99%) read six or more articles per week, while 24 percent read twelve or more out of this total, which is over a third of the proportion for Ph.D. students.

Students pursuing a Ph.D. read far more papers than junior professors or other students.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-According to a survey of visitors, the pie charts below show the most common advantages and disadvantages of Bowen Island. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-According to a survey of visitors, the pie charts below show the most common advantages and disadvantages of Bowen Island.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


 Model answer

The two pie charts depict which features of Bowen Island tourists find the most enjoyable and the least enjoyable.

Bowen Island offers several tourist-drawing qualities. However, the scenery and people are still the most popular, with more than two-thirds of tourists citing these as the most important advantages to the island. Furthermore, the quality of the island's accommodations looks to be more than adequate, with 11% of respondents seeing this as a benefit. Moreover, the island's culture is cited as a major attraction by 13% of visitors.

The island, on the other hand, appears to be far from being a great tourist destination. When it comes to the island's negative characteristics, the high cost of living, bad weather, and the quality (or lack thereof) of entertainment is considered the worst. These three categories together account for 90% of all disadvantages. Furthermore, despite the island's high expenditures, 10% of guests complain about poor food quality.

Overall, it appears that the beauty and people of Bowen Island appeal to the majority of visitors. However, due to the island's unspoiled nature, there may be little in the way of entertainment, which, when paired with the high expense of living, makes it unlikely to appeal to everyone.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Leisure time

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Leisure time

What do you like to do in your free time?

I participate in a variety of sports. I primarily play football with a local team on Wednesday nights and Sunday afternoons. I also play tennis and squash when I have the opportunity, but not every week. Unfortunately, I'm working quite hard right now, so I don't have much spare time.

Have your leisure activities changed since you were a child?

Not a whole lot. When I was younger, I used to enjoy playing football and did so frequently at school. Then, of course, I did all the other things that kids enjoyed, such as going on after-school bike rides and other activities.

Do you prefer to spend your free time alone or with other people?

It depends on my mood. I think most people need some time on their own. Sometimes my work is quite stressful, and I spend a lot of time there with others, so it's good to get home and relax and read a book or something. But I get bored if I am too much alone, so I like to go out and meet friends in the evening or play football.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 Hometown

IELTS SPEAKING PART 1

Hometown

Q-Where is your hometown?

Hanoi, Vietnam's capital, is where I was born and raised. It's in the north of the country, not far from the Chinese border in the south.

Q-Is there much to do in your hometown?

Yes, given that it is a reasonably large city, there is much to do there. There are several fantastic restaurants and bars if you like to go out in the evening. Museums and art galleries are available if you enjoy cultural pursuits. However, if you want the outdoors, there are many options outside of the city.

Q-What are the people like in your hometown?

They are generally pleasant, although, like in other large cities, everyone is often preoccupied, so it may appear that they are not interested in conversing or chatting. However, if you live there, you know that most people are willing to talk if they have the time and will assist you if necessary.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart below shows the places visited by different people living in Canada. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart below shows the places visited by different people living in Canada.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


Model answer

The graph shows the kind of leisure activities that three different categories of people engage in: native Canadians, recently arrived immigrants from English-speaking nations and new migrants for whom English is not their first language in their country.

For those who speak English as their first language, the cinema is the most popular free-time activity indicated in the chart — 70 percent of non-migrants and 65 percent of English-speaking migrants. Half of the migrants from non-English-speaking countries also go to the movies, but surprisingly, they prefer the library to the film by 5%. Approximately 40% of the other two categories say they go to the library.

Half of the English-speaking migrants visit zoos, compared to little over 40% of those born in Canada and over 35% of migrants born in countries where English is not commonly spoken. The theatre is the least popular for all concerned, with barely 10% of non-English-speaking migrants attending, compared to twice as many native Canadians. A quarter of individuals born in English-speaking nations, on the other hand, are theatergoers.

Overall, it's somewhat unexpected that Canadians prefer going to the movies to going to the theatre. The popularity of the library among new migrants may, however, reflect their financial situation.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph below shows how older adults in the United States spent their free time between 1980 and 2010. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graph below shows how older adults in the United States spent their free time between 1980 and 2010.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Model answer

This graph depicts the types of activities older persons engage in their leisure time in the United States from the 1980s to the present. We can see that the hobbies listed have grown in popularity among the elderly in general, with hiking gaining gradually in popularity over time and watching television being the most popular overall.

Almost all activities grew in popularity in the 1980s. Going to the theatre was the lone pastime that had declined in popularity over the years. The percentage of people who go to the movies has dropped dramatically, from 50% to 30%.

This graph depicts the types of activities older persons engage in their leisure time in the United States from the 1980s to the present. We can see that the hobbies listed have grown in popularity among the elderly in general, with hiking gaining gradually in popularity over time and watching television being the most popular overall.

Almost all activities grew in popularity in the 1980s. Going to the theatre was the lone pastime that had declined in popularity over the years. The percentage of people who go to the movies has dropped dramatically, from 50% to 30%.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The diagram below shows the recycling process of aluminum cans. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The diagram below shows the recycling process of aluminum cans.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

 Model answer

The following diagram shows how aluminum cans are recycled:

Instead of being thrown away with regular trash, the cans must be carried to specific collection centers.

The cans are collected and sent to a facility where they are sorted and cleaned.

In a particular machine, the cans are shredded and crushed.

The metal is then heated to a temperature high enough to melt the aluminum. The sheet is then rolled out flat to a thickness of 2.5mm to 6mm, depending on the application. The aluminum can now be recycled into new packaging, such as beverage cans. Finally, the empty cans are shipped to a soft drink manufacturer to be filled. The cans can now be sold and reused by the general population. In the United Kingdom, 74% of all aluminum cans sold are recycled.

furniture.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph below gives information about changes in the birth and death rates in New Zealand between 1901 and 2101. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Birth and death rates in New Zealand:

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graph below gives information about changes in the birth and death rates in New Zealand between 1901 and 2101.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Birth and death rates in New Zealand:

 Model answer

The graph depicts New Zealand's birth and death rates since 1901, with patterns expected to continue until 2101.

From 1901 to the present, the birth rate has always been higher than the death rate. It began with 20,000 people at the beginning of the period and grew to 66,000 people by 1961. Since then, the rate has ranged between 65 and 50 thousand births per year, with a slow fall projected by the end of the century to approximately 45,000 births.

The graph depicts New Zealand's birth and death rates since 1901, with patterns expected to continue until 2101.

From 1901 to the present, the birth rate has always been higher than the death rate. It began with 20,000 people at the beginning of the period and grew to 66,000 people by 1961. Since then, the rate has ranged between 65 and 50 thousand births per year, with a slow fall projected by the end of the century to approximately 45,000 births.


IELTS WRITING TASK Q-The graph shows the impact of vaccinations on whooping cough, a childhood illness, between 1940 and 1990 in Britain. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 

Q-The graph shows the impact of vaccinations on whooping cough, a childhood illness, between 1940 and 1990 in Britain.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


Model answer

From 1940 to 1990, the graph depicts the changing number of whooping cough instances in the United Kingdom and how the introduction and use of a whooping cough vaccine influenced the trend. During this period in history, there was a direct correlation between vaccination delivery and the number of cases of whooping cough among children.

Overall, the number of cases dropped from 170,000 to near nil. There were, however, considerable swings in the tendency. For example, shortly after 1940, the number of cases increased from 50,000 to almost 170,000. Despite a drop in the following years, the figure peaked in the early 1950s and fluctuated wildly until immunization in the late 1950s.

Overall, the number of cases dropped from 170,000 to near nil. There were, however, considerable swings in the tendency. For example, shortly after 1940, the number of cases increased from 50,000 to almost 170,000. Despite a drop in the following years, the figure peaked in the early 1950s and fluctuated wildly until immunization in the late 1950s.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The table below shows the results of surveys in 2005, 2010, and 2015 about McGill University. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Percentage of students giving good ratings for different aspects of McGill University

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The table below shows the results of surveys in 2005, 2010, and 2015 about McGill University.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Percentage of students giving good ratings for

different aspects of McGill University

 Model answer

The table depicts students' attitudes toward several parts of McGill University's academic offerings over ten years.

Overall, the most remarkable set of statistics concerned student service approval. The percentage of students who gave these services a positive rating increased dramatically over the first five years, from 54% in 2005 to 81% in 2010 and 95% in 2015. There was also an improvement in overall teaching quality ratings. However, the growth was modest (74 percent in 2005 versus 78 percent in 2015), and there was a drop in the interim (72 percent in 2010). Attitudes toward library resources fluctuated, growing from 86 percent to 88 percent in the first five years and declining by one percent in 2015. The 65 percent positive evaluation for the university's sports and social facilities was consistent across the board. Finally, there were low ratings for the range of modules given at the start of the period (39 percent in 2005), and they rapidly declined to 31 percent in 2010 and 25 percent in 2015.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The bar chart below gives information about the population living in urban areas in different parts of the world. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Source: United Nations

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The bar chart below gives information about the population living in urban areas in different parts of the world.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Source: United Nations


 Model answer

The graph compares the percentage of the world's population living in cities in six different regions.

According to the graph, the population of cities in Latin America and the Caribbean nearly doubled between 1950 and 2007, rising from 42 percent to 76 percent. In Europe, on the other hand, it only climbed by 21%. In Europe, however, more than half of the population already resided in cities in 1950.

When we examine the expected rises in Asia and Europe by 2050, we can see that the percentage will remain constant, further increasing 25%. However, in Europe, the bank will be slower than before, with only a 12% increase. As a result, by 2050, most people in Latin America, the Caribbean, and North America (about 90%) will live in cities. Even in Africa, by 2050, more than half of the people (62%) will be living in cities.

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IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The diagrams below show the main reasons workers chose to work from home and the hour's males and females worked at home for 2019. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The diagrams below show the main reasons workers chose to work from home and the hour's males and females worked at home for 2019.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant

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Model answer

In 2019, men and women chose to work from home for various reasons, as seen in the bar chart. Overall, both males and females cited saving money as the primary motivation (45 percent and 42 percent respectively). Approximately a quarter of males, on the other hand, cite productivity as a motivation, which is twice as high as the female response (24 percent and 11 percent, respectively). The pattern was again different when it came to childcare, with about a quarter of females citing this reason compared to very few guys (4 percent ).

In 2019, men and women worked from home for different amounts of time, as seen in the table. Males worked more than 30 hours per week (81%) compared to a minority of females (6%) who worked similar hours. The pattern is reversed when looking at them under a ten-hour group, with over three-quarters of females working this amount compared to only 3% of males. There are fewer noticeable variations between the 10 to 30 hour per week group.

To summarise, men and women do not necessarily give the exact reasons for working from home, and males, on average, work longer hours from home.


Q-The chart and graph below give information about participants who have entered the Olympics since it began. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant

Q-The chart and graph below give information about participants who have entered the Olympics since it began.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant

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 Model answer

The two graphs show the gender and number of athletes who have competed in the Games since they began. The bar chart depicts the number of men and women who entered the Games, while the line graph shows the total number of competitors.

The bar chart shows that, until 2012, there were consistently more males than women competing in the Olympics. For example, very few women competed in the Games between 1924 and 1952, yet over 4,000 males competed in 1952. However, in 2012, female athletes increased dramatically to about 5,000, just around 1,000 less than male athletes.

A similar pattern can be seen in the line graph, with the number of participants increasing throughout the century. Between 1984 and 2012, the number of athletes increased dramatically, rising from slightly over 6,000 in 1984 to over 10,000 in 2012.

To summarise, the number of competitors competing in the Olympic Games has expanded considerably since 1924. This is especially true for women, who now account for approximately the same number of participants as men.


The table below shows the changes in some household types in Canada from 1984 to 2020. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The table below shows the changes in some household types in Canada from 1984 to 2020.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Model answer

From 1984 to 2014, and again in 2020, the table displays changes in household types in Canada at 10-year intervals.

During this time, the number of homes without children has steadily increased. One-person households have risen from 6% in 1984 to 12% in 2020, while couples without children have increased from 19% in 1984 to 23% in 2004 and 25% in 2014. However, by 2020, this figure had stabilized. When it comes to couples with dependent children, even more, dramatic changes have happened. From 52 percent in 1984 to 36 percent in 2020, this category has shrunk. In contrast, the rate of lone parents more than tripled within the same period, going from 4% in 1984 to 13% in 2020. Families with non-dependent children have remained more consistent, with a rate of 10% in 1984 rising only 1% over the next 20 years until falling to 9% in 2014.

Finally, the table shows significant patterns of change inside the Canadian family over the previous 40 years, especially the erosion of traditional values. A single couple with children who are dependant on them is modelled.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The pie chart shows the electricity generated in Germany and France from all sources and Renewable in 2009.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The pie chart shows the electricity generated in Germany and France from all sources and Renewable in 2009.



-Summarize the information by selecting and reporting, reporting the main features, and making relevant comparisons.

The four pie charts compare the electricity produced between two countries, namely Germany and France, in 2009. The data is calibrated in KHz.Overall, the total outcome of electricity production was more by renewable and other sources in Germany, than France. In Germany, conventional thermal was the primary source of electricity while nuclear was the prime factor in France.

As shown in the graph, conventional thermal power accounted for more than half of total electricity in Germany (59.6%), whereas nuclear energy contributed to a considerable proportion of electricity in France (76%). However, in Germany, power production accounted for only one-fifth of the overall output.

In terms of renewables, wind and biomass accounted for most renewables in Germany, accounting for roughly 75% of total renewables, vastly outnumbering hydroelectric and solar, which accounted for 17.7% and 6.1 percent, respectively. Hydroelectric power accounted for 80.5 percent of renewable electricity in France, with biomass, wind, and solar accounting for 8.1 percent, 10.5 percent, and 0.9 percent, respectively.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The two pie charts below show the Death ratio through infectious diseases in Canada in two years.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The two pie charts below show the Death ratio through infectious diseases in Canada in two years.



Between 1900 and 1930, the two pie charts illustrate the fatality rates of infectious illnesses in Canada. The table chart depicts the number of deaths due to contagious disease per 1000 people in Canada for the same year, and the data is calibrated in percentages. Overall, Diphtheria was the leading cause of mortality in the first year; after thirty years, the non-pandemic disease became the leading cause of death, whereas Measles caused the same number of deaths. During this time, the number of people dying from infectious diseases decreased drastically.

As can be seen from the graph, mortality due to Diphtheria was at 37% in 1900 but reduced to 24% in 1930. Typhoid fever and Scarlet fever cases decreased from 29% to 18% and 9% to 5%, respectively. Over thirty years, however, mortality rates from whooping cough increased from 11% to 15%, while other [nonpandemic diseases] increased 13 times greater than their initial death rates. Measles was the only disease that had a consistent death rate of 12 percent.

In 1900, 86 out of 1000 individuals in Canada died of infectious diseases, according to the table above. However, by 1930, the death rate had dropped dramatically to 32.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The pie charts below show the comparison of different kinds of energy production of France in two years

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The pie charts below show the comparison of different kinds of energy production of France in two years.


In 1995 and 2005, the two pie charts compare the proportion of five different types of energy production by various sources in France. Gas and coal were the most important energy sources in both years, whereas nuclear and other energy sources produced the least energy in France. The only source that decreased in the previous year was gasoline.

As shown in the graph, coal produced 29.80% of total energy in 1995, with a minor increase of roughly 1% in 2005. Similarly, gas generated 29.63 percent in the first year, rising to 30.1 percent the following year.

Energy production from nuclear power and other sources increased by about 5%, reaching 10.10% and 9.10%, respectively. On the other hand, Petrol was the sole source, falling from 29.27 percent in 1995 to 19.55 percent in 2005.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The two pie charts below show the percentages of industry sectors' contribution to the economy of Turkey in 2000 and 2016.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The two pie charts below show the percentages of industry sectors' contribution to the economy of Turkey in 2000 and 2016. 


-Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and making comparisons where relevant.

Between 2000 and 2016, the two pie charts depict the contribution of several industrial sectors to Turkey's economy. The percentages are used to calibrate the data. Overall, business in the construction, manufacturing, trade, utilities, and finance sectors grew during the period. Agriculture, government leisure, and hospitality, on the other hand, showed a negative tendency in Turkey's economy. During the period under consideration, healthcare and education remained unchanged.

In 2000, the construction sector accounted for 3% of Turkey's GDP; by 2016, it had grown to 10%. The original economic production from trade, utilities, and transportation was 14%, and it increased by 2% in 2016. Manufacturing and finance, business, and other services accounted for 8% and 5% of the Turkish economy in 2000, before increasing to 12% and 8% in 2016.

In 2000, the agricultural industry contributed about a quarter of Turkey's GDP, but by 2016 it had dropped to 14%. Moreover, after 16 years, economic income from government and leisure and hospitality fell by 3% in 2000. In contrast, healthcare and education were constant in both years.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The pie charts below show the average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Q-The pie charts below show the average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The two pie charts depict the proportion of money spent in Malaysia and Japan in 2010 on various home essentials. The date is expressed as a percentage.

Overall, the data show that food, housing, and other products and services were the most expensive items in both countries, while health care was the least costly.

As can be observed from the graph, housing accounted for the highest share of expenditure (34%) in Malaysia, whereas housing accounted for only 21% of total spending in Japan. On the other hand, other products and services, which Japan followed, were the most significant single expense at 29 percent, compared to 26 percent in Malaysia.

Furthermore, food came in second place in Japan, with 24 percent, but more significant in Malaysia (27 percent ). Another high cost in Japan was transportation, which accounted for 20% of the total, while this was significantly lower in Malaysia (10 percent ). Surprisingly, health care accounted for the smallest percentage of spending in both countries.


Writing task 1 Q-The given pie charts compare the expenses in 7 different categories in 1966 and 1996 by American Citizens. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Q-The given pie charts compare the expenses in 7 different categories in 1966 and 1996 by American Citizens.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

From 1966 through 1996, the two pie charts compare the expenses of US inhabitants in seven categories in two different years. The percentages are used to calibrate the data.

In general, expenditures on automobiles, restaurants, and computers showed a positive trend. The costs of the remaining things, on the other hand, decreased over time.

Food and automobiles accounted for the lion's share of American citizens' spending. On the other hand, Computers and books had the lowest percentage in the table in 1966 and 1996. In 1996, however, the rate for autos nearly doubled to 45 percent. On the other hand, food spending decreased from 44% in 1966 to only 14% in 1996.

The drastic change was seen for computers it stood at only one percent in 1966 but reached 10% in 1996. There was a two-fold increase in restaurant spending by American citizens, from 7% in 1966 to 14% in 1996. At the same time, a significant decrease was seen in book purchasing. Surprisingly, over a period there was no marked change in the ratio of petrol and furniture.


Q-Describe, an aquatic animal - What it looks like - When you saw it - Where did you see it - Explain why it is interesting

Q-Describe, an aquatic animal

- What it looks like

- When you saw it

- Where did you see it

- Explain why it is interesting

• India's animal life is diverse, with wild animals, domestic animals, and pets.

• I'm going to speak about an animal that I find fascinating.

• Although it lives in water, this animal is not a fish.

• It's a dolphin, and it's a mammal.

• The National Geographic channel was the first place where I learned about this species.

• India's national aquatic mammal is the river dolphin.

• It gives birth to a baby and suckles it to keep it alive.

• It is unable to breathe underwater and must be pushed to the surface to breathe.

• Dolphins eat a wide variety of fish, including snapper and tuna.

• Dolphins are fast swimmers who use echolocation to navigate by listening to the noises they make.

• When the dolphins' sound waves collide with an object, the echo returns.

• The majority of dolphins are calm and reserved.

• So far, humans have proven to be a more significant threat to dolphins than dolphins have proven to be to humans.

• Ocean dolphins live in the oceans, while river dolphins live in rivers.

• The Gangetic river dolphin is our national aquatic animal, just as the tiger is our national mammal and the peacock is our national bird.

The Indian river dolphin is a blind dolphin that lives in the Ganges River. The female is around 9 feet long, while the male is about 7 feet long.

• Dolphins are quick swimmers who use echolocation to find their way around. • Our river dolphin is on the edge of extinction, but the government is taking steps to conserve it under the 'Project Dolphin' initiative.

• I recently saw the Hindi film Ajooba, in which a dolphin saves Amitabh Bachchan and thinks the dolphin to be his mother.

• That film taught me that dolphins are extremely intelligent and can be trained.

• So, here is the aquatic creature, which I find fascinating.

The male is approximately 7 feet long.



Q-At present, the population of some countries includes a relatively large number of young adults, compared with the number of older people. -Do the advantage of this situation outweigh the disadvantages?

Q-At present, the population of some countries includes a relatively large number of young adults, compared with the number of older people.

-Do the advantage of this situation outweigh the disadvantages?

In recent decades, the average age of the world's population has decreased, resulting in young people being the world's largest demographic, particularly in developing countries. Even though there are clear disadvantages to this phenomenon in terms of worker knowledge, it is nevertheless a positive development because it will expand economies in the following years.

The shortage of trained labor in many critical businesses is the most frequently mentioned disadvantage of having a predominantly young population. Vietnam, which boasts one of the world's youngest populations, is an excellent illustration of this. In critical sectors such as engineering and technology, Vietnam today has very few leaders. When it came time to establish a subway system in Ho Chi Minh City, a few skilled engineers were up to the task. To ensure the project's quality, they had to engage many specialists from Japan and Thailand. Potential engineers for this project are either still in school or studying overseas in Vietnam. It could take another decade before they are capable of designing and implementing large-scale, sophisticated infrastructure. It is not uncommon for developing countries with large youth populations to demand outside assistance for national projects, putting their workers at risk.

Despite this disadvantage, having a young population provides numerous potential benefits and is a crucial indicator of future economic growth. For example, Japan has one of the world's oldest populations, which has resulted in a significant economic downturn during the last 20 years. Furthermore, it is becoming increasingly clear that the country will be responsible for healthcare and a shrinking workforce. Compare this to Southeast Asia's so-called 'Tiger Economies, ' including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Singapore. These countries have among of the world's youngest populations, which, combined with a growing middle class and improved education, means they will continue to expand economically for decades. Because well-educated graduates will find solid positions, the middle class will grow, and this middle class will become a consumer class that feeds the economy. Overall, having a young population is advantageous for any country.

Finally, I am convinced that a younger population signals that a country will succeed in the future. As a result, education is a vital component for all young people, and governments should focus on this to fully leverage their demographic advantages.


Describe a time you got lost in a place you didn't know about - When did it happen - Who was with you - What did you do - How you feel about it

Describe a time you got lost in a place you

didn't know about

- When did it happen

- Who was with you

- What did you do

- How you feel about it

• My sister and I have always enjoyed road trips, and India is a large country with many different areas to see.

• As a result, when we were younger, my parents drove us around India to various locations.

• One day, when visiting Delhi, we got lost; in fact, we visited all of the famous spots in Delhi and ate at all of the famous places; that's what we used to do on our road excursions, especially the famous food shops, which we never missed. There was also this well-known chole-bhature shop, which was notable not only in Delhi but throughout India.

• Unfortunately, it only opened for two hours at 5 a.m., and everything was sold out at that time.

• To make matters worse, this location was around two hours away from our accommodation.

• As a result, we began at 3 a.m. in the middle of the night because neither my sister nor I wanted to miss it.

• We arrived in the middle of nowhere around two hours later.

• I'm not sure what occurred, but I believe my father took a wrong turn someplace.

• There was a time when Google Maps didn't exist.

• We couldn't simply look it up on Google Maps to see where we were.

• The only method to find out where you were and how to get there was to ask people and look at road signs.

• And it was dark and foggy, so the roads were empty, and road signs were not visible.

• At one point, my Dad just got off the car and tried to find any landmark to make sense of

where we were.

• But there was nothing but trees on either side of the road

• We were lost.

• So, we just sat there, for another hour for the sun to rise and for the visibility to improve.

• When it did, some people came out on the roads for a morning walk, and finally, we were able

to find out where we were.

• Fortunately, we weren't that far from the shop.

• We had accidentally crossed it along the road and returned to savor the exquisite chole-bhature. 

• If I had to describe their taste, I would say they were worth getting lost for. 

• I still go there whenever I visit Delhi.


writing task 2 n some places, young people find it challenging to communicate with older people. Why is this? What are the solutions?

n some places, young people find it challenging to communicate with older people.

Why is this?

What are the solutions?

There is a communication gap between the older and younger generations in many countries. This is a natural occurrence, and the only way to resolve it is for both parties to compromise.

Because of significant disparities in perspective, it is common for the elderly and the young to be unable to communicate effectively. It's natural for older people to have a more mature outlook, whereas younger people will have more extreme viewpoints. In Vietnam, for example, the older generation has very conservative, conventional ideas on family structures, careers, and social values, which are at odds with the younger age's more contemporary, progressive beliefs. Young people, often out of innocence, have heard the old arguments for years and wish to revolt. On the other hand, older people gain from experience and believe that young people should listen to their advice. This underlying hate is at the root of poor intergenerational communication.

All of the best solutions are based on compromise. Young people must understand that their lack of life experience restricts their ability to understand the world. Many of their points of view are speculative and will evolve with time. This means that children should spend more time and effort learning from their elders. Their elders, for their part, must acknowledge that their experiences are based on a small sample size from a specific period. If they had to fight for a living and raise a family, they'd have to agree that their circumstance was unique and couldn't be generalized. Furthermore, times have changed, and sound advice from the past may now be obsolete.

To summarise, the elderly and the young are at different stages of life and have naturally opposed perspectives, and the best solutions require self-reflective modesty on both sides. They will also be able to learn more from one another in this manner.


ELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people say that music is a good way of bringing people of different cultures and ages together. -To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

ELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people say that music is a good way of bringing people of different cultures and ages together.

-To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

 Music has long been a critical identifier of culture, but many people believe it can also overcome cultural divides and generational gaps. Though some people exaggerate the influence of music in bridging generational gaps, I am convinced that it unites individuals from all walks of life by communicating common thoughts. Music has long been a critical identifier of culture, but many people believe it can also overcome cultural divides and generational gaps. Though some people exaggerate the influence of music in bridging generational gaps, I am convinced that it unites individuals from all walks of life by communicating common thoughts.

I believe music is not a particularly excellent unifier in terms of a generational discrepancy. People prefer to enjoy music from their formative years while dismissing what is currently popular. Though there are exceptions, the most accurate cliché of an older adult moaning about the music that today's youth listen to is one that most people would recognize. For example, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, and Rihanna are three of the most well-known artists in America today.These performers are very different from previous musicians. Kanye West is a controversial rapper whose music is constantly shifting and redefining the genre. Sugary pop tunes by Taylor Swift and Rihanna have become prevalent in cafes and on the radio. Older individuals like music that reminds them of their youth, whether it's The Beatles' sophisticated melodies and brilliant poetry or the raw authenticity of old-school rap. As a result, the distinctions between generations are represented and accentuated by the various personalities and genres of modern music rather than being filtered.

Even though the music does nothing to bridge generational divides, it does help civilizations connect via universal, human ideas. This means that even if a person does not comprehend another culture, they can still understand the music's messages. Bob Marley's music is a fantastic illustration of this. Bob Marley is from Jamaica, a small Caribbean country whose culture has influenced people worldwide. This is because he communicated universal feelings of love, empathy, and optimism amid the backdrop of political and economic turmoil. His tenacity in the face of adversity is reflected in his captivating music, which has transcended cultural boundaries. As a result, even if an Asian person has no firsthand experience with other races or cultures, they can empathize with Bob Marley and like his music. This theme-based connection draws people from different cultures together via emotional and intellectual bonding over everyday challenges.

To summarise, while music has the potential to divide the young and elderly, it also has the potential to bring people from diverse cultures together through its universality. When the globe looks to be more divided than ever, we must identify common ground to develop cross-cultural partnerships.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Popular events like the football World Cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing global tensions and safely releasing patriotic emotions.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Popular events like the football World Cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing global tensions and safely releasing patriotic emotions.

Model answer:

Every four years, the globe comes to a halt to witness major athletic events such as the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup, in which athletes compete to make their countries proud. These athletic events had shown to be effective in reducing international tensions during difficult periods when powerful countries were attempting to dominate the global economy and other states were battling for land.

The Olympic Games are one of the most delicate illustrations of how athletic events can momentarily bring nations together. From ancient Greece and Rome interrupting warfare to compete in the games, to more contemporary international conflicts, when athletes from Palestine and Israel forget their differences, compete pacifically, and even embrace one other after an event. Furthermore, the world's attention has been drawn to the horrible repercussions of conflicts due to these widespread occurrences; as a result, some leaders have attempted to reach deals to cease their fighting and live in peace.

Similarly, international athletic events aid certain developing nations that are wracked by internal civil strife daily. Brazil, for example, has a high unemployment rate, a lack of education, hunger, crime, poverty, and corruption, all of which contribute to a sense of national shame and poor self-esteem. However, when the Football World Cup begins, the Brazilian team, often regarded as the finest globally, inspires a tremendous sense of national pride in their country. The majority of individuals appear to forget about their concerns, and even criminal activity seems to decline. They paint national flags on highways, wear Brazilian team shirts, and purchase national flags. Furthermore, the rivalry pulls families and neighbors together, and even opposing gangs watch the games and celebrate calmly.

Finally, as history has proven, popular athletic events have an essential role in reducing international tensions and freeing nationalistic impulses.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a time when you helped a friend - When it was - How do you help them - Why do you help them - And how you felt about it

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC 

Q-Describe a time when you helped a friend

- When it was

- How do you help them

- Why do you help them

- And how you felt about it

• Helping someone is a wonderful thing to do, and I have provided and received assistance numerous times.

• I'd like to share a story about when I assisted a friend with her schoolwork.

• When I was in tenth grade, my friend Rahul sprained his ankle playing hockey at school.

• He was told to stay in bed for three weeks.

• Our exams were approaching, and Rahul's mother was concerned that he would fail this time if he did not attend school.

• As a result, I resolved to assist him as much as possible.

• Every day after school, I'd go to his house and inform him of everything that had happened at school.

• His mother was so pleased with my efforts that she would make me delicious shakes or a meal every day.

• Maybe that was her way of saying thank you.

• I used to arrive home late, but I explained why my folks were fine with it.

• Then came to the examinations, and Rahul and I both got above 80% on them.

• I understood that by assisting him, I had also aided myself. Rahul and I became even closer friends after this occurrence.

• Rahul took his IELTS last month and received a seven-band score, indicating that he intends to pursue higher education in Canada. makk@r|eLtS

• As a result of Rahul, my parents have sent me to Canada for further education.

• They were first hesitant to send me, and when I assisted him, I had no idea it would have such a broad impact.

Taking care of one's interests.

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task 2 IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (29-10 ) In the past, buildings often reflected the culture of a society, but today, all modern facilities look alike, and cities throughout the world are becoming more and more similar. What do you think is the reason for this, and is it good or bad?

task 2 IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (29-10 )

In the past, buildings often reflected the culture of a society, but today, all modern facilities look alike, and cities throughout the world are becoming more and more similar.

What do you think is the reason for this, and is it good or bad?

Model answer

Every city has its architectural personality, yet there are more parallels across towns nowadays than in the past. One factor, in my opinion, is the high cost of land.

The land is rare in most big towns, and as a result, it is valuable. This has resulted in towering structures that take up little land while providing many floor spaces for living or working. These structures are comprised of concrete and steel and maybe constructed thanks to prefabricated elements very rapidly. They do not employ native materials to give towns their identities, such as stone, timber, or brick, and as a result, many cities lack character. As a result, many cities today appear to be highly similar, and you might not know whether you're in Brisbane, Bangkok, or Berlin if you're walking down the street.

While I recognize that we cannot stop progress, cities should strive to maintain some uniqueness. Thus, for example, particularly tall structures in the city center of Paris are forbidden because they would detract from the overall aesthetic of the skyline.

Other cities have decided to develop one-of-a-kind structures to stand apart. This technique is demonstrated by the twin buildings in Kuala Lumpur and the Opera House in Sydney, and I support this idea.

Overall, while it is unfortunate that modern cities resemble one another, I believe it is inescapable. However, cultural variety, geography, and temperature, which ultimately influence how people live, maybe argued to sustain the identity of cities even if the structures are identical.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe an art or craft activity (e.g., painting, woodwork, etc.) that you had (at school) - What you made - How did you make it? - What does it look like? - And how do you feel about the activity?

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC

Q-Describe an art or craft activity (e.g., painting,

woodwork, etc.) that you had (at school)

- What you made

- How did you make it?

- What does it look like?

- And how do you feel about the activity?

• Art and crafts are important in our lives because they connect us to our traditions and cultures, and they allow us to keep connected to our traditions' roots.

• I'd like to tell you about an art project I did in elementary school.

• I believe I was in tenth grade when I participated in this activity.

• I competed in an international art competition at the district level, hosted at my school. 

• I competed alongside my friend Jatin, and we represented our school.

• Art and crafts are important in our lives because they connect us to our traditions and cultures, allowing us to keep connected to our traditions' roots.

• I'd like to tell you about an art project I did in elementary school.

• I believe I was in tenth grade when I participated in this activity.

• I competed in an international art competition at the district level, hosted at my school. 

• I competed alongside my friend Jatin, and we represented our school.

• The headline was "SAY NO TO DRUGS," emphasizing our crucial point.

• We were both happy to see the artwork when it was finished since it was lovely.

• Our message was clear and loud, and the painting was eye-catching.

• We were ecstatic when the results were announced because we had won second place in the tournament.

• It was a happy occasion for us, and we expressed our joy by dancing on stage while everyone applauded.

• I was ecstatic as I sent a strong message to everyone about the dangers of drugs.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people use the Internet to search for solutions to their medical problems. Is it a positive or negative development? -Give your own opinion and examples from your experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people use the Internet to search for solutions to their medical problems. Is it a positive or negative development? 

-Give your own opinion and examples from your experience.

The Internet now plays a significant influence in practically every aspect of human life. As a result, people are turning to the Internet for experimental treatments for their ailments. But, unfortunately, not everyone believes that online access to such material is secure and beneficial. Providing the general public with reliable knowledge regarding medical diseases, on the other hand, will invariably increase the quality of medical care for the entire population, in my opinion.

The Internet now plays a significant influence in practically every aspect of human life. As a result, people are turning to the Internet for experimental treatments for their ailments. But, unfortunately, not everyone believes that online access to such material is secure and beneficial. Providing the general public with reliable knowledge regarding medical diseases, on the other hand, will invariably increase the quality of medical care for the entire population, in my opinion.

On the other hand, society is well informed of the most frequent medical problems and preventive actions thanks to the Internet. As a result, a reasonable and cautious person can decide whether to seek expert advice on sickness or manage it at home with the help of credible online medical information. Furthermore, if patients can handle minor medical issues on their own, it will undoubtedly lessen the workload at local hospitals, freeing up more doctors for patients in desperate need. Furthermore, if individuals arrive at the medical consultation with some awareness of their illness, it will invariably assist the medical practitioner in making appropriate decisions.

To summarise, an online search for medical information can positively develop if the general population receives reliable information.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a time you saw something interesting on social media - When it was - Where did you see it - What you saw - And explain why you think it was interesting

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC

Q-Describe a time you saw something interesting

on social media

- When it was

- Where did you see it

- What you saw 

- And explain why you think it was interesting

• I believe that social media has become an essential aspect of our lives in recent years.

• I use Instagram the most out of all the social media networks.

• 10-Minute Crafts is one of my favorite Instagram channels.

• I find this channel intriguing, and I am constantly looking forward to seeing what they have to say.

• The channel features a variety of arts and activities that may be learned in under 10 minutes.

• I first spotted this channel during the Corona shut down a year ago.

• I had a lot of spare time and wanted to do something productive with it.

• As I was scrolling through Instagram posts, I came across one of their posts.

• I stumbled upon one of their Instagram postings while going through my feed.

• They had taught about block painting in the post.

• I'm not a natural painter, but when I discovered this approach, I thought I could accomplish it.

• It was simple to understand.

• My mother noticed it and decided to laminate it and hang it in the living room after I tested it, and it worked out great.

• Since then, I've been watching the channel.

• They have a lot of intriguing posts about such initiatives on their channel.

• They display these lovely arts and crafts creations that appear to have been created by professionals.

• However, beneath the project photographs, they detail the most straightforward techniques for producing them.

• This is what piques my curiosity in their channel.

• I believe that anyone can arrange their entire home simply by watching their show.

• And there's something special about adorning our home with things we've made ourselves.

• I've told a lot of my cousins and friends about their channel.

• They all believe it is a gold mine.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Obesity was once considered a disease of adults; however, it is becoming increasingly common among children. Why do you think this is happening? What can be done to help children stay healthy?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Obesity was once considered a disease of adults; however, it is becoming increasingly common among children. Why do you think this is happening? What can be done to help children stay healthy?

For many years, obesity was thought to be a disorder that exclusively affected adults. However, the number of obese youngsters has increased dramatically in recent years. Conclusion: There are a variety of causes and solutions that can be employed to address this troubling trend, and this article will discuss a few of them.

While some causes of childhood obesity are inherited, others include poor eating choices compounded by easy access to fast food, insufficient physical activity, and a family history of obesity. The latter variables, unlike the former, can be modified if the people in the child's life become aware and willing to take action.

To begin with, health is a complicated issue that necessitates a well-balanced approach. To put it another way, there isn't a single way to be healthy. On the contrary, it results from several variables, including a good diet and regular physical activity. As a result, developing children's understanding of healthy practices is a critical task. Furthermore, it is accomplished through the educational system.

However, children's education may not be enough to prevent the situation from escalating. As a result, in addition to well-designed health education programs, we should endeavor to prevent food businesses from overusing sugar in goods aimed at children. More than 70% of the products sold in a typical supermarket have been proved to contain dangerously high quantities of white sugar. A sugar-rich diet promotes significant weight gain in the youthful population and contributes to diseases such as diabetes.

To recapitulate, the importance placed on children's awareness of healthy living is immeasurable. Furthermore, governments can effectively implement healthy behaviors while also preventing food businesses from overloading sugar in items that are easily accessible to youngsters. Positive outcomes from today's actions will have a long-term impact on future generations.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a tall building in your city you like or dislike . You should say - Where it is - What it is used for - What it looks like - And explain why you like or dislike it.

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 CUE CARD TOPIC 

Q-Describe a tall building in your city you like or

dislike 

You should say

- Where it is

- What it is used for

- What it looks like

- And explain why you like or dislike it

• Because I live in the countryside, where single-story buildings are the norm, I can't imagine a tall building in my hamlet. On the other hand, my family and I frequently visit Ludhiana, a sizeable iconic monument, the clock tower, which we locals refer to as 'Ghanta Ghar.'

• The clock tower is located near Ludhiana's commercial area entrance, while the railway station is located just a few kilometers to the east. It is now a well-known tourist destination. It also serves as a reminder of colonial history, as it was constructed close to independence.

• Although the structure is constructed of red bricks, it stands out in the colorful and vivid marketplace.

• It would not be considered particularly tall by today's standards.

• If I had to characterize it, I'd say it's about the same height as a four- or five-story apartment building; nevertheless, there are many 30-40 story buildings in the city's residential districts. However, it stands out compared to the neighboring marketplace, primarily single or double-story buildings. The Ghanta Ghar is now a center of political activity.

• It is the central gathering point for political parties for protests; nevertheless, traffic congestion is a problem due to the tight streets surrounding it.

• As a result, protestors are usually asked to relocate to neighboring open areas over time.

• I enjoy it because it reminds me of our history and has a certain charm to it. Amid the uncontrolled building around it, it appears lovely and lofty. When I travel to Ludhiana to watch movies and shop, I often run into friends, so it will always be a landmark for locals and tourists passing through.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Dieting can change a person's life for the better or ruin one's health altogether. What is your opinion? -Give reasons for your answer and include examples from your experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Dieting can change a person's life for the better or ruin one's health altogether. What is your opinion?

-Give reasons for your answer and include examples from your experience.

Some think that dieting has a profound impact on one's life, while others argue that it harms one's health. Of course, severe dieting can do more harm than good; nonetheless, proper dieting, in my opinion, is critical for preserving excellent health and maintaining a more appealing body shape.

To begin with, implementing healthy dieting into our lives has the potential to improve our physical health. It is acceptable to believe that dieting successfully controls our body weight within an ideal range to reach the average body mass index (BMI), which is necessary for avoiding being overweight or obese. As a result, there will be a lower risk of developing an obesity-related condition. Furthermore, a recent study has revealed that dieting is one of the most efficient ways for obese people to lose weight. As a result, it indirectly aids in the improvement of their medical condition.

Furthermore, regardless of gender or age, dieting is essential for maintaining desirable body features. A fit and appealing body boost self-confidence in social situations, not to mention vocations that demand one to keep an attractive physical appearance. Dieting, for example, has become a popular method of weight loss among actors and actresses; according to a recent article, an actress who successfully regained her thin form after dieting was recently offered an extraordinary career chance in the Hollywood film industry.

Finally, in my opinion, dieting has a good impact on one's life in maintaining a high degree of health and preserving a more attractive physical appearance.



IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD Q-Describe an occasion when you were not allowed to use your mobile phone - When it was - Where it was - Why you were not allowed to use your mobile phone - How you feel about it

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD 

Q-Describe an occasion when you were not

allowed to use your mobile phone

- When it was

- Where it was

- Why you were not allowed to use your mobile phone

- How you feel about it

• Cell phones have become an indispensable part of our lives; we can no longer imagine life without one. 

• There are many areas where cell phone use is frowned upon, such as religious institutions, restaurants, and hospitals.

• I'd like to share a story of when I wasn't allowed to use my cellphone.

• My aunt visited us from the United Kingdom last month to spend a few days with us and do some shopping for her daughter's wedding, and we decided to spend the weekend in the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

• I recall that there was a long line to enter the main building and that our time arrived after an hour of waiting.

• My phone began to ring as soon as we entered the main prayer hall.

• Everyone turned to look at me as if I'd done something wrong.

• I had neglected to switch off my cellphone.

• There were signs posted everywhere reminding people to put their phones in silent mode before entering the hall. I abruptly ended the call and turned off my cellphone.

• I felt extremely humiliated.

• Despite a large number of people present, no one's cell phone was buzzing.

• We exited after performing the holy book circumambulation.

• After that, we went to the community kitchen, where food is available 24 hours a day.

• We exited the temple's main building after another hour, and I reactivated my cell phone.

• My cousin had four missed phone calls.

• I called her to explain why we hadn't returned her calls.

• She was aware of the situation.

• This was the situation in which I was not permitted to use my cellphone.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Many people believe that reducing speed limits is the best option for road safety improvement. However, do you think other measures could be put in place? -What are the advantages and disadvantages of this?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Many people believe that reducing speed limits is the best option for road safety improvement. However, do you think other measures could be put in place?

-What are the advantages and disadvantages of this?

One of the most visible trends in today's globe is a massive increase in the number of car, truck, and bus accidents worldwide, whether in impoverished or industrialized countries. There are a variety of reasons why this is happening. However, I believe that this condition may be improved if adequate actions are adopted.

There are numerous solutions to address this growing worry; the most important ones are not remote or sophisticated but relatively accessible and practicable. First, governments should take a strong stance and implement strict rules and regulations to reduce speed limits. Second, it should be illegal to use electronic gadgets while driving. Finally, individuals could start an awareness campaign to educate the public about the disastrous consequences of hazardous roads and the anticipated improvements in road safety. Only by ensuring convergent efforts from all sectors can we expect to make significant progress in addressing this challenge.

There are numerous arguments in favor of implementing decreased speed restrictions. Due to the hazardous character of this excessive speed, with the threat as an essential part of it, anyone crossing the highways is likely to face life-threatening danger. Reducing speed limits not only helps to reduce everyday accidents but also enhances the standard of driving. All of these benefits have a significant impact on pedestrian safety.

However, numerous disadvantages might easily outweigh the potential benefits of speed limits. The key reason is that reducing the speed could increase the daily traffic hours. Furthermore, it may cause delays in the delivery of sick and severely ill patients to hospitals. As a result, it's understandable why some people are opposed to modifying the standardized speed.

Based on the discussion, one might infer that the predicted benefits are significantly more significant despite the disadvantages of lowering speed restrictions.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people believe that preserving the natural environment is crucial. However, most make no effort to do so. Why do you think this is happening? What are some simple actions that could help the environment?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people believe that preserving the natural environment is crucial. However, most make no effort to do so. Why do you think this is happening? What are some simple actions that could help the environment?

Although it is widely accepted that protecting natural resources is critical, most individuals appear to make little effort to do so. Understanding the reasons for this irresponsible mindset can aid in the development of essential remedies to protect the deteriorating environment.

The vast majority of people who appear unconcerned about current environmental challenges are likely due to a lack of awareness. Typically, people downplay abstract issues or ones that are unlikely to occur shortly. As a result, they are under-informed about the potential negative consequences of taking the environment for granted. For example, residents in urban areas frequently dump their trash into neighboring creeks and drainage canals, clogging them up. They only discover the implications of their conduct when disastrous floods occur.

Extensive public awareness campaigns using all kinds of communication and strict waste management are two necessary measures. In addition to traditional media, social media is a powerful tool for conveying information about coming disasters and their possible consequences. This is an excellent technique to persuade people to participate in the campaign actively. Another simple option, and by far the least anyone can do to help save the environment, is to dispose of rubbish responsibly. Aside from not discarding trash wherever, everyone should always separate biodegradable, non-biodegradable, and recyclable waste. When local governments coordinate these measures, they can be highly effective.

To summarise, while individual awareness is essential for sustaining a healthy ecosystem, government and citizen initiatives are far more effective in attaining this aim.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some believes that people should not continue to work once they reach the age of retirement. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and include relevant examples from your experience.

 IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some believes that people should not continue to work once they reach the age of retirement. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer and include relevant examples from your experience.

People can now live longer and contribute more to economic advancement than in the past, thanks to improvements in the healthcare sector and higher living standards. Some people regard this as an entirely positive development, while others see the disadvantages of working past retirement age.

Individuals who postpone retirement can actively contribute to society. On a personal level, working past retirement age allows people to keep themselves physically and psychologically active. Furthermore, this option enables the elderly to be financially self-sufficient and self-sustaining well beyond retirement age. Citizens in countries with a growing senior population, such as Singapore, are offered the option to continue beyond retirement age if the demands of their employment and their capacity to undertake these activities warrant it. Working past retirement age thereby empowers workers, assures the nation's economic prosperity, and alleviates the issues encountered by an aging population.

On the other hand, working over retirement age may have negative health consequences for workers and lower production levels. In Japan, for example, suicide rates have lately risen due to increased stress levels among the elderly, who are pressured to labor beyond their superior capabilities. Furthermore, increasing work-related stress causes many health problems, putting a load on the healthcare system. As a result, working over retirement age may damage people's general well-being and negatively influence the economy.

To summarise, while working past retirement age carries health risks and lowers productivity, I believe the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks. Therefore, firms and enterprises should actively involve their workers to stay productive beyond retirement age, in my opinion, by measuring their aptitude and customizing their jobs to their health profile.



IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD Q-Describe an activity that you do after school/work. You should say - What it is - When and Where you do it - Who do you do it with - And how you feel about it

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD 

Q-Describe an activity that you do after school/work.

You should say

- What it is

- When and Where you do it

- Who do you do it with

- And how you feel about it

• Because my life is relatively sedentary due to study pressure and lengthy sitting, I practice yoga after school to maintain myself physically healthy. I've only been doing it for two months, so I can only do the beginner-level poses (asanas) right now; however, I'm getting better every day, and I feel I'll be able to progress to the advanced ones soon. My mum used to practice yoga when she was younger.

• As a result, as I was considering improving my physical health, she recommended that I try yoga.

• She also wanted to do it again, and we reasoned that we would be more consistent because we were in each other's company.

• Yoga also appealed to me because it did not necessitate the use of any specific equipment.

• We only needed to purchase two yoga mats.

• Our house has a large veranda where we usually spread the mats.

• When it's raining, however, we do it indoors, in our living room.

• Typically, we do it for around 40 minutes in the evening.

• And we try to do it five days a week at the very least.

• Yoga has had a significant impact on my life.

• Not only do I feel fitter physically, but I also feel more mentally collected.

• It wasn't easy, either. At first, I was ready to give up.

• The first week was tough, and I suffered from significant physical aches and discomfort.

• However, by the second week, I was feeling much better.

• I believe I would have given up if it weren't for my mother's encouragement.

• Now I'm the one who's pushing her.

• I look forward to doing it; it has become a part of my routine, and if I don't do it, I feel guilty.

• I believe that everyone should try yoga at least once in their lives.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD Describe a town or city where you would like to live in the future You should say - Where it is - How you know about it - What is it famous for - And why would you like to live there

 IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD 

Describe a town or city where you would like to live in

the future

You should say

- Where it is

- How you know about it

- What is it famous for

- And why would you like to live there

• I am currently residing in Phagwara. I prefer living in an industrial town in Punjab since it is neither too big nor too tiny. As a result, it has some of the amenities of a city while avoiding the problems of traffic congestion and pollution that plague many large towns.

• Nonetheless, if given a chance, I would prefer to relocate to Chandigarh.

• Chandigarh is Punjab's capital, and if I had to categorize it, I'd say it's an administrative city.

•, Unlike other Indian cities, Chandigarh was established after independence.

• Because a French architect constructed it, it is not as chaotic as most Indian cities.

• The first thing I like about it is the planning aspect.

• There are sectors in the city.

• There are different sections for residential, business, and industrial use.

• Because the commercial and residential districts of Phagwara are so close together, it isn't quiet even at night.

• Chandigarh also has a lot of vegetation, which I adore.

• There are numerous parks, and the city has planted trees on both sides of the road.

• It has some of the country's best malls and retail centers.

• Elante, one of Asia's largest malls, is located in Chandigarh, offering a vibrant nightlife.

• Finally, Chandigarh is one of Punjab's most well-connected cities.

• You may go on vacation for the weekend and return to work on Monday because it has a railway station, a bus station, and an airport.

• Shimla, a prominent hill station in India, is only a three-hour drive away.

• As a result, one can spend the weekend in the hills throughout the summer.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In many countries, senior positions have higher salaries than those of young workers of the same company. However, some people think this isn't justified. Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In many countries, senior positions have higher salaries than those of young workers of the same company. However, some people think this isn't justified. Do you agree or disagree?

While some people believe that rewarding those in management positions with more salary is a good idea, not everyone agrees. I'm leaning toward the latter because of the negative consequences of huge pay disparities within a corporation.

For starters, executive officers should be aware that higher-than-necessary wages are not required. Indeed, the higher their compensation, the more likely the company will suffer from a lack of financial capabilities. Furthermore, they frequently acquire abilities that money cannot buy. For example, they often make critical decisions on how to grow their business. They also have the authority to allocate the company's money and assign duties to other employees. Instead of these non-monetary benefits, they should limit their salary earnings to a realistic level.

Unreasonably significant wages paid to leaders might harm other staff. When employees learn of the substantial compensation disparity between executive officers and their own, it's understandable that they'll feel helpless or even disillusioned. As a result, some employees may leave the company, while others may go on strike to demand compensation. Those behaviors, on the other hand, are neither constructive nor worthwhile. As a result, unequal pay structures would create a toxic workplace for both employers and employees.

Finally, I reject excellent compensation for management positions since it can jeopardize the company's success and discourage other employees from working hard. As a result, it is suggested that the corporation decides on an executive officer and general worker pay by implementing a more motivating salary scheme.


IELTS S PART 2 - CUE CARD Describe a business person you admire You should say - Who this person is - How do you know this person - What kind of business does this person do - Why do you admire this person

IELTS S PART 2 - CUE CARD 

Describe a business person you admire

You should say

- Who this person is

- How do you know this person

- What kind of business does this person do

- Why do you admire this person

• There are many successful businessmen in my country, such as Anil Ambani, Mukesh Ambani,

Ratan Tata, Vijay Mallya, and so on

• But here I would like to talk about Mukesh Ambani.

• He is in his late fifties and looks very handsome.

• He has a degree in Chemical Engineering

• He joined his father in Reliance Industries in 1981, at the age of 24.

• He has a great vision, and ever since he joined his company, he took it to new heights.

• He set up India's first private oil refinery at Jamnagar Gujarat.

• This refinery can produce 33 million tonnes of oil per year.

• He made it possible for India to compete at the global level.

• He also owns the domestic cricket club of IPL known as the Mumbai Indians

• In 2012, he was ranked the richest man in India and the second richest in Asia.

• He is the 19th wealthiest man in the world

• He has a net worth of 21 billion dollars.

• He lives in Mumbai.

• His house has 27 stories and is worth 1 billion dollars.

• He lives there with his wife, Nita Ambani, three children, and a staff of 600 people.

• He believes that businesses should constantly innovate; otherwise, they will stagnate and

wither away.

• He believes that the primary purpose of businesses is to create jobs and wealth.

• And, he has successfully done so by his various industries.

• His achievements have made him known not only in India but across the globe.

• In 2013, he was conferred 'Entrepreneur of the Decade' by the All India Management

Association.

• So, I think Mukesh Ambani is a very successful businessman of India mainly because of how he managed his assets in the petroleum industry.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people claim that using animals in medical research is acceptable for human beings, while others argue it is wrong. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people claim that using animals in medical research is acceptable for human beings, while others argue it is wrong. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

People have differing opinions on how medical research should be carried out and evaluated. Animal testing, for example, is morally reprehensible, even though many individuals support animal research for drug development. On the other hand, because animal testing has resulted in countless life-saving cures and treatments, some people favor animal trials in medical research. Furthermore, almost every medical breakthrough in the last 100 years has been directly attributed to animal studies. Experiments on dogs with their pancreases removed, for example, led to the discovery of insulin, which is crucial in saving the lives of people with diabetes. Furthermore, it is impossible to bring new pharmaceuticals to market without first demonstrating that they are safe for humans. As a result, laboratory mice make good research subjects since they resemble humans in many respects.

However, I support those who believe that using animals in medical research is cruel and wrong. I think that all species' lives should be respected and that we, as humans, have no right to exploit animals for our gain. Governments should invest in creating alternate methods for medical research that do not require the use of animals. For example, instead of testing new medications on animals, a software program may be built to imitate the human immune system. Thus, no animals will be harmed due to the medical tests, and society will continue to benefit from medical advancement.

To summarise, while animal testing has aided scientists in medication development and medical breakthroughs, I believe the benefits to humans do not outweigh the agony caused to animals. As a result, while conducting medical research that does not entail animal suffering, we should adopt alternate methods.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a place you visited on vacation You should say: - Where it is - When you went there - What you did there - And explain why you went there

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD TOPIC 

Q-Describe a place you visited on vacation

You should say:

- Where it is

- When you went there

- What you did there

- And explain why you went there

• My family and I took a four-day holiday to Jaipur around two months ago.

• Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan, an Indian state around 700 kilometers from my hometown.

• • Normally, we prefer to travel by flight; however, we opted to travel by automobile due to the inclement weather.

• We went there primarily to attend my cousin's wedding, but we decided to extend our stay by two days to see the sights.

• The wedding ceremony lasted two days, and we spent the first two days at the wedding resort.

• We had a terrific time together.

• Due to the hurricane, my cousin's parents were unable to invite many people.

• However, because it was a small gathering, we were all interested in the festivities, and we spent the next two days exploring and shopping.

• Jaipur is a culturally significant city.

• Because it was the capital of one of the Rajput dynasties, it features numerous tourist sites such as the Amber Fort, Hawa Palace, City Palace, and Jantar Mantar. We visited all of the following locations except Amber Fort, which would have taken an entire day, and we didn't have that much time.

• We went shopping in Jaipur's traditional stores on the fourth day; in fact, my cousin's friend had promised to take us shopping during the wedding.

• We acquired unique Rajasthani jewelry and apparel thanks to him, and we also bought some house décor pieces. 

• It was a beautiful experience. 

• I wish we had more days to spend there, but my parents had work commitments. 

• If I get the chance, I would love to return to Jaipur.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Many people believe that international tourism is a bad thing for their countries. What are the reasons for this? What can be done to change this negative attitude towards international tourism?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Many people believe that international tourism is a bad thing for their countries. What are the reasons for this? What can be done to change this negative attitude towards international tourism?

Many people believe that overseas tourism has negative consequences for their countries. Several factors contribute to this negative attitude toward overseas passengers. However, there are a few options for dealing with this scenario, which will be explored shortly.

Tourists from other countries are frequently chastised for their role in environmental destruction. Despite all efforts to limit waste created by the local community, they repeatedly dump trash in their surroundings recklessly, increasing the amount of litter everywhere. This adds to the contamination of water, air, and soil.

Furthermore, because many tourists are thoughtless and insensitive to the emotions and feelings of locals, foreign tourism hurts traditional cultures and indigenous practices in host countries. For example, when visiting religious sites in India, some foreign visitors dress inappropriately or exhibit too much skin, causing resentment and dissatisfaction among the local population.

However, this scenario can be improved by implementing various government-managed solutions:

  1. The government should convey the advantages of international tourism, which helps residents develop. They not only spend money at stores and restaurants, but they also create jobs in the service sector, which may be promoted.
  2. The government should raise awareness among visitors through various media, such as billboards and advertisements by the side of the road.
  3. Tourists should be encouraged to dispose of trash properly.

Finally, the locals' pure emotions toward overseas tourists can be interpreted in a variety of ways. However, I believe that the government's engagement is critical in changing unfavorable attitudes by emphasizing the benefits of foreign tourism to their country and creating awareness among tourists about the importance of protecting local habitats.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD TOPIC Q-Describe a time when you're waiting for something special that would happen You should say - What you waited for - Were you waited - Why it was special - And explain how you felt when you were waiting

 IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD TOPIC

Q-Describe a time when you're waiting for something

special that would happen

You should say

- What you waited for

- Were you waited

- Why it was special

- And explain how you felt when you were waiting

• We all had to stay home during the pandemic 

• There were no social gatherings

• My sister got engaged in 2019, and we were looking forward to her wedding 

• My cousins and I had planned a Sangeet, dance, and song ceremony 

• Suddenly, the government banned all gatherings.

• My father recommended that we have a quiet wedding at the court, which the bridegroom's family nor I thought was a good idea. 

• My mother advised that we go ahead with the court marriage and then celebrate with all the pomp and show later.

• We waited ten months after the court marriage.

• As soon as the rules were lifted, we all began planning for the big day.

• It wasn't easy for my father to book a wedding palace for the big event because many people waited to relax and celebrate their family events. But after 15 days, we got the date 

• My cousins and I began practicing for the wedding dances 

• Those 15 days were full of fun and joy, and we spent most of our time rehearsing 

• I even taught a few steps to my mother and father so that they could perform on the stage for a minute or two 

• My sister also prepared a solo dance performance

• Finally, the great day arrived, and I remember it being so full of merriment that everyone enjoyed 

• Although the conditions had eased, we were still only allowed a certain number of guests 

• We shared videos of the dances and the great party on social media. 

• I remember many of our contacts being very angry with us. 

• So, this was the one-of-a-kind thing I greatly anticipated.

Another thought

• Well, I'm a very impatient person, and I don't enjoy having to wait for things for an extended period. But today, I'd like to write about a situation in which I could have waited indefinitely.

• My sister gave birth to a baby girl last summer, and it was one of the most memorable experiences of my life.

• My sister was due in the last week of June, but the baby had other ideas, and she arrived in the first week of July.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-In some countries, children have stringent rules of behavior; in other countries, they are allowed to do almost anything they like. -To what extent children should have to follow the rules?

 IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-In some countries, children have stringent rules of behavior; in other countries, they are allowed to do almost anything they like. -To what extent children should have to follow the rules?

The amount to which children are required to follow the rules is a complex problem in and of itself, given that children grow up in various cultures around the world. Children in India, for example, are supposed to be highly obedient to their parents and other adults. This is not the case in Western countries, where children follow the philosophy "Thou shalt do what thou wilt," which has been propagated by celebrities and rock musicians. Following stringent standards, in my opinion, has both benefits and significant problems, as mentioned below.

To begin with, rigid norms of behavior foster responsible and courteous children, who grow into respected adults. As a result, a stable community emerges, free of undesirable trends like prostitution and drug misuse. Second, if youngsters do not adhere to rigid norms of behavior, they may become work-averse and lethargic. This could strain society because the government will have to develop measures to address these social issues.

Forcing children to follow strict norms of behavior, on the other hand, does not always produce favorable effects; as previously said, it frequently backfires and works against society. Teenagers, for example, are more inclined to do the contrary of what they are told simply because they want to be self-sufficient. Children should also be allowed to express their free will and form their behavioral patterns. Imposing stringent limits on children may ruin their individuality.

Finally, while it is evident that rules should govern children, they should not be imposed on them. As human beings, they require space to develop their character traits and adapt their behavioral patterns.


IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD Describe a plan in your life that is not related to work or study

IELTS SPEAKING PART 2 - CUE CARD 

Describe a plan in your life that is not related to work or

study

You should say

- What it is about

- Why you have made it

- What do you need to do first

- And explain how you would feel if it is successful

• I have many plans in my life 

• The majority of them are related to my studies or work, but here I would like to discuss a plan that is not related to my studies or work 

• I plan to learn French 

• I know Hindi, Punjabi, and English, but I would like to add another language to my repertoire, and the language that comes to mind is French • It is a lovely language 

• It is spoken in 33 countries 

• I plan to travel to France

• After I get the required bands score in my IELTS test, I'll go and stay with my aunt and uncle in Chandigarh since there are many centers there where I can learn French 

• My father tells me that his maternal uncle spoke eight languages 

• Because of his knowledge of several languages, he could.

• My father tells me that he used to have a lot of stories to tell when he used to come home in the evenings 

• I would be perfect if I could learn French 

• It would open up a lot of job opportunities for me in the tourism sector 

• But right now, I don't want to learn this language with the job sector in mind

• I believe that learning a foreign language is a necessity to succeed in today's global society. I've seen a few films in French with English subtitles that I enjoyed.

• So, this is my strategy that has nothing to do with my employment or studies.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Financial education should be a mandatory component of the school program. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Financial education should be a mandatory component of the school program. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

It is undeniable that financial considerations play a significant role in our everyday lives, both adults and children. We must make monetary judgments about pleasure, health, education, and other things. The debate is whether financial education should be included in the school curriculum or postponed in life.

To begin with, knowing how money works, how the economic system works, and how to evaluate financial news and its consequences is a virtue. An individual, even a young one, may suffer to some level if they lack this virtue. A youngster who does not grasp the notion of money, for example, may find it more difficult to accept only one present out of several options.

Furthermore, many individuals cannot perform financial analyses. Often, the cause is a lack of solid foundations or apprehension about economic words and concepts. Building a firm foundation from a young age may almost certainly avert such a catastrophe.

On the other hand, financial education necessitates quantifying and determining prices and values for services and products. As a result, it has the potential to transform young people into cynical, emotionless individuals. Furthermore, a propensity to self-concentration and egoism may emerge when everything is measured from a profit-making viewpoint.

Finally, there are benefits and drawbacks to financial education. The benefits, in my opinion, outweigh the negatives, making financial education an essential part of the educational curriculum. However, the drawbacks should be viewed as a typical cost that young people must pay due to the world's features.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Popular events like the Football World Cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing international tension and safely releasing patriotic emotions.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Popular events like the Football World Cup and other international sporting occasions are essential in easing international tension and safely releasing patriotic emotions.

Every four years, the globe comes to a halt to watch major athletic events such as the Olympics and the FIFA World Cup, in which athletes compete to represent their countries. These sporting events had proven to reduce international tensions during difficult times when influential leaders were vying for control of the global economy, and other states were battling over land.

The Olympic Games are one of the best illustrations of how sporting events can momentarily bring nations together. From ancient Greece and Rome interrupting warfare to compete in the games, to more contemporary international conflicts, when athletes from Palestine and Israel forget their disagreements, compete amicably, and even embrace one other after an event. Furthermore, the world's attention has been drawn to the horrible repercussions of wars due to these widespread occurrences; as a result, some leaders have attempted to form deals to terminate their conflicts and live in peace.

Similarly, international athletic events aid certain developing countries that are wracked by internal civil strife daily. Brazil, for example, has a high unemployment rate, a lack of education, hunger, crime, poverty, and corruption, all of which contribute to a sense of national shame and poor self-esteem. When the Football World Cup begins, however, the Brazilian team, widely regarded as the best globally, inspires a tremendous sense of national pride in their country. The majority of individuals appear to forget about their concerns, and even criminal activity seems to decline. Instead, they paint national flags on highways, wear Brazilian team shirts, and purchase national flags.

Furthermore, the rivalry pulls families and neighbors together, and even rival gangs come together to watch the games and celebrate calmly.

Finally, as history has proven, popular sporting events play an essential role in reducing international tensions and freeing nationalistic impulses.

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IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-As computers are being used more and more in education; teachers will soon have no role in the classroom.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-As computers are being used more and more in education; teachers will soon have no role in the classroom.

There is no doubt that since the arrival of computers, education and the learning process has changed: searching for information has become more accessible and entertaining, and data availability has increased. However, while expert systems have improved the intelligence of computers, they have not yet replaced human interaction in the learning process. As a result, what may be expected, in my opinion, is a shift in the role of the teachers rather than their elimination from the classroom.

Nobody can deny that learning is more enjoyable and accessible when computers are involved. For a youngster, the simple act of touching and exploring this instrument is a pleasurable experience. This, combined with a relaxed attitude and software interactivity, usually aids in acquiring new information. Furthermore, the availability of digital books, simulators, and other academic materials at a higher educational level offers students an always accessible supply of information that would otherwise be unavailable.

However, despite the rising complexity and behavior of intelligent software, which is often incorporated in academic digital content, the requirement for human contact in the learning process will continue to exist, at least for the foreseeable future. It is necessary for a human being to determine what each individual's distinct demands are. No matter how clever its software is, a machine will never replicate a teacher's experience teaching and adapting complex concepts to various individuals.

Teachers should be more aware of their position as guides in acquiring information rather than transmitters of facts as computers become a mainstream instrument for instruction. As a result, teachers must be open-minded to changes in the environment, stay current, and participate as problem solvers in the learning process, allowing students to uncover the truth for themselves.

In conclusion, teachers, especially at the primary level, play and will continue to play an essential role in the classroom, in my opinion. There will never be a substitute for human interaction, no matter how complex computers get, but there will be a change in how this relationship occurs.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people say that advertising encourages us to buy things we do not need. Others say - advertisements tell us about new products that may improve our lives. Which viewpoint do you agree with? -Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people say that advertising encourages us to buy things we do not need. Others say - advertisements tell us about new products that may improve our lives. Which viewpoint do you agree with?

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Model answer:

I believe that everyone can classify all advertising products and services as either worthless or valuable. However, when you pay attention to the messages that interest you, it's like peering through an information desk. Take, for example, myself.

Jewelry isn't something I'm particularly fond of. It doesn't mean I don't have it; as a gift, my parents got me a pair of cheap rings. People, on the other hand, I feel, pay way too much attention to this. I'm guessing it's because of the pervasive advertising. When I watch TV, listen to the radio, or read the newspaper, I see many advertisements for buying an expensive ring, chain, necklace, or earrings. Promotions like these, in my opinion, corrupt people's minds. You are persuaded to purchase products that you do not require in this situation. They convince you that you need such products to be successful or happy.

On the other hand, advertisements for new detergents with cutting-edge formulas that help you keep your clothes in perfect condition, new cars with extra features that make traveling more comfortable, and sports goods that make your life healthier may assist you in improving your life.

My husband and I recently noticed an ad on the Internet for a week-long fun and economical holiday to Japan. Isn't it wonderful? We enjoy going on vacations. So we're going to learn more about it and possibly make bookings. Without commercials, I believe we would be uninformed of many chances that may make our lives better, easier, and less stressful.

My argument is that everyone has a set of ideas that they adhere to. So, as a result, if he is a vegetarian, an advertisement for meat goods will be irrelevant to him.



IELTS Speaking Describe an art or craft activity -(for example, painting, woodwork, etcetera) that you had at school.

IELTS Speaking

Describe an art or craft activity -(for example, painting,

woodwork, etcetera) that you had at school.

You should say

- What you made

- How you made it

- What it looked like

- and how you felt about this activity

• I studied in Saint Joseph’s convent school Phagwara

• There were not many art or craft activities that I did at school

• However, every year, an NGO in my hometown organized a painting competition in which our

the school used to participate.

• When I was in 10th, I was selected by my school to participate in that painting competition.

• I remember I was very excited.

• There were two more participants from my school.

• They were from the other sections.

• We were given an art sheet over there, but we had to bring our own poster colors and brushes.

• The theme we got to draw and paint on was global warming.

• Although the theme was announced on the spot; I was well aware of global warming as it had

been taught to us in science classes.

• On the right-hand corner of my sheet, I drew a person cutting trees.

• Next to it, I drew a factory that was emitting smoke from its chimneys

• And next to it I drew a house with AC’s fitted on all windows and two cars parked in front.

• These things represented the causes of global warming.

• On the upper left side, I drew mountains with melting glaciers and water flowing down to the

seas, to represent the rise in sea levels.

• In the lower-left corner, I made a few flies and mosquitos with happy faces, depicting their

happiness.

• They seemed unreal, but I wanted to convey that these insects are happy in the hot weather, and these lead to diseases.

• Then I painted it all and named my painting – Global Warming – Causes and effects.

• I was very happy with my work.

• My joy knew no bounds when my name was announced as the winner of the competition.

• My school principal told the whole school about my achievement in the morning assembly

the next day.

• That painting is in the school corridor even today..


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people believe that the best way of learning about life is by listening to the advice of family and friends. Other people believe that the best course of learning about life is through personal experience. Compare the advantages of these two different ways of learning about life. Which do you think is preferable? -Use specific examples to support your preference.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people believe that the best way of learning about life is by listening to the advice of family and friends. Other people believe that the best course of learning about life is through personal experience. Compare the advantages of these two different ways of learning about life. Which do you think is preferable?

-Use specific examples to support your preference.

Model answer:

Based on my daily observations and experiences, I believe that the best approach to learning about life is a personal experience. On the other hand, some people believe that listening to the advice of family and friends is a better way to learn about life. This is not to say that I'm afraid I have to disagree with this method of instruction. But, furthermore, I believe that it is prudent for a person to select a middle ground because each option has advantages. I'll explain why I think what I think in the following paragraphs.

On the one hand, learning from personal experience has numerous advantages. To begin with, scientists claim that personal experience has a more significant impact on a person. This is something I have to agree with. But, on the other hand, consider the case of children. They won't believe it if their parents say something can damage them until they try it and see for themselves.

Furthermore, people will most likely recall this encounter for a more extended period. Second, people learn to examine their errors, draw conclusions, and attempt to avoid them in the future. As a result, it is a fantastic experience that helps people become more assertive, self-assured, and persistent. They obtain new skills and knowledge that will be extremely useful and valued in the future.

They obtain new skills and knowledge that will be extremely useful and valued in the future.

Listening to the advice of family and friends, on the other hand, has numerous advantages. Parents that are patient with their children pass on their expertise and experience. They teach them everything they know because they don't want their offspring to make the same mistakes. Aside from the practical advantages, taking someone's advice is painless. For example, parents nowadays frequently discuss drugs with their children. It is, in my opinion, a good illustration of when one should not experiment with drugs to get new experiences. I believe this is an instance where youngsters must have faith in their parents.

To summarise, it is prudent to integrate both learning methods and analyze personal mistakes rather than singular ones. By working together, they may greatly simplify one's life and shorten the path to achievement.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graphs below show the types of music albums purchased by people in Britain. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graphs below show the types of music albums purchased by people in Britain.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.



Model answer:

The three graphs show the many sorts of music that individuals in the United Kingdom buy. At first look, classical music appears to be significantly less popular than pop or rock music.

While women buy slightly more pop music than men, men dominate the rock sector, with 30% purchasing rock compared to only 17% for women. The first graph illustrates that interest in pop music is stable from 16 to 44, with 20% of the population purchasing pop CDs after 45.

Rock music is most popular among people aged 25 to 34, yet it never sells and pops music. Interest in classical music likewise declines beyond the age of 35, with a faster decline from 45 onwards, in a pattern that runs counter to the classical music graph.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Many parts of the world are losing necessary natural resources, such as forests, animals, or clean water. -Choose one resource that is disappearing and explain why it needs to be saved. -Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Many parts of the world are losing necessary natural resources, such as forests, animals, or clean water.

-Choose one resource that is disappearing and explain why it needs to be saved.

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Model answer:

People's needs are growing in tandem with the human population, which is increasing substantially every year. As a result, we require more food, freshwater, and living space. As a result, many world sections are losing vital and often irreplaceable resources, including forests, animals, and freshwater. In this paper, I'll discuss the threat of numerous wild animals becoming extinct.

Animals, in my opinion, should be maintained because all living things in our world are interconnected. As a result, the extinction of only one species can have far-reaching consequences on the planet, including the demise of countless other living organisms. For example, the end of bats will result in a massive increase in insect populations, which will affect all creatures and plants. Another example is that when the people of bats grow, insects decline, resulting in the extinction of many plants because insects are the primary pollinators. As a result, I believe it is critical to protect all species in our world and live in peace with our surroundings.

Another reason I believe animals should be conserved is because I do not want my child to learn about animals from books but never see them in person. I think it is horrible for humanity to explain to our children that we are to blame for the disappearance of such animals.

Finally, I'd like to point out that the loss of critical natural resources is a hot topic currently being debated. However, I believe that when individuals work together, they can make a difference. Human overpopulation, in my opinion, is the first problem for which we must find a solution. As I previously stated, people's needs increase, implying that we are consuming an increasing amount of natural resources. Pollution, which includes air pollution, water pollution, and other types of pollution, is the second question on the list of most important topics.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-It has recently been announced that a new movie theater may be built in your neighborhood. -Do you support or oppose this plan? Why? -Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-It has recently been announced that a new movie theater may be built in your neighborhood.

-Do you support or oppose this plan? Why?

-Use specific reasons and details to support your answer.

Model answer:

I live in a small neighborhood. Building a new theatre in my area offers various advantages and downsides, based on my daily experience and observation. In this paper, I'll explain why I support this theory before moving on to why I disagree with it.

First and foremost, I enjoy movies, and my husband and I occasionally attend premieres at the cinema. Unfortunately, it takes a lot of time for us. The nearest movie theatre is about a 50-minute drive away. As a result, the prospect of a movie theatre in our area appears to be very appealing. We'd save an hour getting there and another hour getting back. Another crucial component is that we will be able to walk to the movie theatre in this situation. However, I must say that we always have parking issues at the parking area near the movie theatre.

Second, the new movie theatre is great for students who are looking for extra money. Because my husband and I reside near a student neighborhood, this is excellent news for them. Students will be able to watch all movies for free, in addition to this practical benefit. It appears to be an excellent money-saving method.

Finally, a movie theatre is often flanked by a range of restaurants and entertainment options. Their visitors have the option of eating dinner or playing video games.

On the other side, I believe that constructing a new movie theatre will impair our community's silence and beauty. These kinds of entertainment centers are notorious for being noisy. Furthermore, there will almost definitely be traffic congestion as a result.

Finally, I would eagerly support the construction of a new movie theatre in the nearby community.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The diagram below shows the typical stages of consumer goods manufacturing, including how information is fed back to earlier stages to enable adjustment. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the process shown.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The diagram below shows the typical stages of consumer goods manufacturing, including how information is fed back to earlier stages to enable adjustment.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the process shown.


 Model answer:

Before they become finished products suitable for sale, most consumer goods go through a succession of stages.

The first physical input in the manufacturing process is made up of raw materials and manufactured components. These are received and saved for eventual assembly. However, assembly is dependent on the production planning stage, which determines how and in what quantities the stored materials will be processed in order to produce enough final goods.The production planning step follows the criteria of the goods' design stage, which are based on thorough study. To maintain quality control, the items are inspected and tested after assembly. The items that pass the inspection and testing steps are subsequently packaged, shipped, and sold at retail stores. Production planning is aided by the level of sales, which is the endpoint of the manufacturing process.

A product's design is not only the result of product research but is also influenced by testing and market research. If the testing stage (after assembly and inspection) reveals unacceptable problems in the finished product, adjustments will have to be made to the product's design. Similarly, market research, which examines the extent and nature of the demand for products, has the role of guiding product design to suit consumer demands which may change with time. While influenced by product sales, market research also fosters future sales by devising relevant advertising for the goods.

Thus the reality of consumer goods manufacturing goes well beyond a simple linear production process.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The diagram below shows the average hours of unpaid work per week done by people in different categories. (Unpaid work refers to such activities as childcare in the home, housework, and gardening.) -Describe the information presented below, comparing results for men and women in the categories shown. Suggest reasons for what you see.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The diagram below shows the average hours of unpaid work per week done by people in different categories. (Unpaid work refers to such activities as childcare in the home, housework, and gardening.)

-Describe the information presented below, comparing results for men and women in the categories shown. Suggest reasons for what you see.


 Model answer:

The graph shows that men and women spend different amounts of time each week on unpaid jobs.

Women in non-child-bearing households labor about 30 hours each week on housekeeping and gardening. The average contribution of men to these unpaid jobs is only 18 hours.

When children are brought into the home, though, the disparity becomes even more evident. Men in families with one to two children work about the same amount of hours unpaid as men in families without children. Despite this, women work 52 hours per week at home, the majority of which is doubtless owing to childcare responsibilities.

Interestingly, when there are three or more children in the household, men are found to work even fewer hours around the house than before the appearance of the third child. Whereas women's unpaid hours rise to approximately 56 per week, the corresponding figure for men, 16, actually represents a decrease.

The data suggest that the increased presence of women in the paid workforce has yet to increase men's role in the home.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-The government has announced that it plans to build a new university. -Some people think that your community would be an excellent place to locate the university. -Compare the advantages and disadvantages of establishing a new university in your community. -Use specific details in your discussion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-The government has announced that it plans to build a new university.

-Some people think that your community would be an excellent place to locate the university.

-Compare the advantages and disadvantages of establishing a new university in your community.

-Use specific details in your discussion.

Model answer:

I believe that establishing a new institution in my community is a fantastic idea. However, I think it is a contentious issue if constructing a new institution will benefit our community. This essay will examine the benefits and drawbacks of this topic and my thoughts on creating a unique institution in my community.

On the one hand, constructing a new institution in my community has numerous advantages. To begin with, more construction equals additional job openings. It would be beneficial to my town because many people spend a significant amount of time commuting to work every day because they cannot find work in our area. Second, attending a new university provides a fantastic opportunity to meet new people, which I welcome. Third, our community will be home to a large number of students. Finally, if a new university is created in my community, there is a strong possibility that I will enroll. I think it's excellent because it's close to my house and I won't have to relocate to another area of town. Another essential feature is that members of my neighborhood will have the opportunity to use a new university's new libraries and facilities. Some people, for example, can enroll in courses and classes there.

However, there are significant drawbacks to establishing a new university. Noise, traffic delays, and various types of pollution are all associated with new development. Aside from these drawbacks, many young people in our community can increase noise, particularly in the evenings.

To summarise, I believe that, despite the potential for a few drawbacks, I would support the government's decision to build a new university in my city. A new university, in my opinion, will increase the number of young people who receive higher education and gain more information and experience, which will help them flourish in today's society.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Businesses should hire employees for their entire lives. Do you agree or disagree? -Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Businesses should hire employees for their entire lives.

Do you agree or disagree?

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Model answer:

I'm afraid I have to disagree with the preceding remark. The essential elements of my position will be outlined in the following paragraphs.

First and foremost, I will focus on the major drawbacks for employers. To compete in today's market, a corporation must be highly adaptable. Consider a scenario in which a corporation is unable to fire its employees to remain competitive. It will result in a loss of earnings as well as clients, market share, and competitiveness. Consider a circumstance in which a firm is rapidly expanding, everything is going well, and the next few years will be fantastic. As a result, firms require additional workers to boost output. Nobody, however, can predict what will happen in a few years. Employers will be hesitant to hire new individuals and expand their business in this event since they will not be able to terminate them if something goes wrong. Another primary consideration is that a company cannot afford to hire the best staff. It can't hire the superior candidate without firing someone else.

What are the drawbacks that an employee will face in exchange for this level of job security? First and foremost, it won't be easy to obtain work if one is not the best because employers do not want to invest in one's education. Furthermore, if he does not perform properly, the employer will not have an opportunity to fire him. Second, individuals with this level of protection are less likely to improve their skills because they cannot lose their jobs after being hired.

Finally, I'd want to point out that this statement has some beneficial characteristics, such as consistency, a strong business spirit, and so on. Of course, this system exists in Japan, and some businesses have been successful there. However, I believe it exists in Japanese traditions, cultural aspects, habits, and customs. In today's market in the United States, however, a corporation cannot afford to hire employees for the rest of their lives.


ELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart below shows the amount of leisure time enjoyed by men and women of different employment statuses. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart below shows the amount of leisure time enjoyed by men and women of different employment statuses.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.


 Model answer:

In 1998-9, the chart depicts the number of hours of leisure spent by men and women in a typical week, broken down by gender and work level.

Men had around fifty hours of leisure among full-time employees, but women had approximately thirty-seven hours. There were no numbers for male part-time workers, but female part-timers had forty hours of free time, which was slightly greater than full-time workers, possibly reflecting their domestic chores.

Leisure time increased for both sexes in the unemployed and retired groups, as may be predicted. However, males had more leisure time (over eighty hours) than women (over seventy hours), possibly reflecting that women spend more time working at home than men.

Finally, on average, homemakers had about fifty-four hours of free time. Unfortunately, no figures for househusbands were provided! Overall, the graph shows that males had at least ten hours more leisure time than women in the areas where data on male leisure time was available.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information in the graphs below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information in the graphs below.


Model answer:

The graphs show the number of deaths caused by six diseases in Homeland in 1990 and the amount of money spent on research for each condition. It can be shown that, in many situations, the quantity of research funding did not correspond to the severity of the problem in terms of the number of deaths.

Around 0.2 million people died of AIDS in 1990, 0.1 million died of leprosy, 0.3 million died of tropical diseases, 0.5 million died of diarrhea, 0.4 million died of malaria, and 1.8 million died of tuberculosis. These data, however, can be compared to the amount of money devoted to each condition. In 1990, for example, AIDS received 180 million dollars in research funding, leprosy received 80 million dollars, tropical diseases received 79 million dollars in research funding, diarrhea received 60 million dollars in research funding, malaria received 50 million dollars. Tuberculosis received 20 million dollars in research funding.

To summarise, disease research funding in Homeland is not solely determined by the number of deaths caused by each disease in a particular year.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people enjoy change, and they look forward to new experiences. Others like their lives to stay the same, and they do not change their habits. Compare these two approaches to life. Which method do you prefer? - Explain why.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people enjoy change, and they look forward to new experiences.

Others like their lives to stay the same, and they do not change their habits.

Compare these two approaches to life. Which method do you prefer?

- Explain why. 

Model answer:

Some people want to live in the same residence their entire life, with the same profession and routines. Others, on the other hand, yearn for fresh experiences and changes. For various reasons, which I shall describe below, I prefer the first approach to life.

To begin with, making adjustments in one's life has numerous advantages. One learns new skills and experiences through trying new things. It is significant, in my opinion, because life becomes repetitive without changes. As a result, I strive to make adjustments in my life regularly. Furthermore, when I am bored with my life, I do not think positively of it. I feel as if those days were a waste of time. I didn't do anything interesting, I didn't learn anything interesting, and I squandered my time.

Second, humans require change. We also need barriers to overcome to achieve our objectives. Evolution, I feel, makes us stronger, more persistent, more self-assured, and more patient. Also, I believe that all successful people enjoy change and new experiences because it is challenging to be the best in any subject without polishing existing knowledge and gaining unique experience. As a result, people seize every opportunity to learn more and improve their lives.

People who like their lives to remain the same, on the other hand, are pretty stable. They've had the same work their entire lives, the same habits, the same weekends, and even the same years. It is, in my opinion, tedious. What will they say about their lives to their children? What type of impact will they have on the world? Such folks, I feel, are terrified of change.

Curiosity and the need for new experiences, in my opinion, are two of the most critical factors in human evolution. In addition, people have always desired to push boundaries and expand their knowledge and expertise. As a result, people who thrive on change are the driving force behind human progress.



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The table below shows the hours of leisure time spent by people in different age groups in Homeland. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The table below shows the hours of leisure time spent by people in different age groups in Homeland.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


Model answer

The table depicts how people of various ages spend their free time in Homeland for over a year. It can be seen that the quantity of free time available varies significantly between age groups and that people of different ages utilize their free time in quite diverse ways.

According to statistics, people's social lives in Homeland are dwindling as they grow older. Teenagers and people in their twenties, for example, spend an average of 500 hours each year socializing, with 350 of those hours spent in groups of more than four people. Although total dating hours in their 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s remain pretty consistent (between 300 and 350), socializing with more than four individuals reduces substantially to 50 hours in their 30s and 40s, and only 25 hours in their 50s. A similar pattern can be found in both group and individual activities.

People of all ages devote a significant portion of their free time to watching TV/videos and going to the movies. Teenagers and retirees spend roughly twice as much time as those of working age in both circumstances. Teenagers and retired adults spend just over a thousand hours at home, while everyone else spends an average of 600 hours. Teenagers and retirees spend 100 hours of their leisure time at the movies, while the remainder spends 25-50 hours.

Finally, as people become older, we can witness a substantial shift toward solitary and small-group activities. We can see that teenagers and retirees spend significantly more time on entertainment than those of working age.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Parents or other adult relatives should make critical decisions for their (15 to 18-year-old) teenage children. -Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?

Parents or other adult relatives should make critical decisions for their (15 to 18-year-old) teenage children.

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Model answer:

In most cases, our parents are our first teachers and friends. From my personal experience, I believe that our parents or older relatives should make crucial decisions. In the following lines, I will explain why I think this statement is correct.

To begin with, adolescent children have a propensity to live in their fantasies. They have a hazy understanding of life's laws. When I was 18, I felt the world was flawless and that everything was straightforward. Teenagers are inexperienced; they want independence and are attempting to take their initial steps toward independence. I imagine it's similar to a baby learning to walk and need assistance from its parents. A person's ability to live independently is a significant and essential component of their existence. So, my argument is that getting to this stage properly is critical.

Second, I believe that parents have the right to intervene in the lives of their children. They need to know who their children's friends are and how they spend their free time. For example, when his parents forbade him from being friends with a young man, my eighteen-year-old acquaintance became enraged. His parents discovered that their son was occasionally using narcotics in some way. Because of his drug usage, he died in a year. My friend praised his parents for interfering after the accident.

Finally, I believe that adolescent children should be more honest with their parents. It will assist them in making the best decision and avoiding numerous errors.

To summarise, young people should have faith in their parents because they only want the best for their children.



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 -Write a report describing the information in the graph below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

-Write a report describing the information in the graph below.


Model answer:

The graph depicts significant discrepancies in the Arab world's computer and Internet penetration.

The most computerized countries are the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, with Lebanon a distant third. The UAE has around 150 computers per 1000 people, compared to 130 in Kuwait and 60 in Lebanon. Countries like Egypt, Morocco, and Syria, on the other hand, have fewer than 20 computers per 1000 people.

In addition, there are significant disparities in Internet usage and accessibility. With more than one-third of its people accessing the Internet, the UAE boasts the most important proportion of users. Kuwait and Lebanon are second and third, respectively, with 100 and 80 users per thousand. On the other hand, the Internet is little used in some countries: Saudi Arabia has fewer than 20 users per thousand, and Syria has fewer than five users per thousand.

The graph has an attractive feature in that Internet usage is not proportional to the number of computers. Thus, for example, there are more Internet users per thousand persons than computers in certain countries (the UAE, Lebanon, Jordan, and Oman). In some countries, such as Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Syria, however, fewer Internet users than the number of computers.

In conclusion, in the Arab world, there are substantial discrepancies in computer and Internet use. Yet, despite this, the UAE leads the region in terms of computer and internet users per capita


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.


Model answer:

The graphs depict spending on health and education and trends in life expectancy and infant mortality in the United Arab Emirates. Infant mortality and life expectancy improve as the percentage spent on health and education rises.

Between 1985 and 1993, graph 1 illustrates the percentage of GDP spent on health and education. In both categories, there was significant growth. In 1985, healthcare spending was around 8%, but it increased to 9% in 1990 and 10% in 1993. Education spending was significantly higher. It was 10% in 1985, but it jumped to 14% in 1990 and 15% in 1993, representing a 50% increase in just eight years.

Between 1970 and 1992, gains in life expectancy and infant mortality may be shown in graph 2. For example, in 1970, life expectancy was just 60 years old, but by 1992, it had risen to about 72 years old. The number of babies dying, on the other hand, has decreased considerably, from 60 per 1000 in 1970 to 22 in 1992.

Finally, the UAE's citizens live longer and healthier lives due to the government's investment in education and medical services.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Watching television is bad for children. -Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?

Watching television is bad for children.

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Model answer:

Some parents believe that watching television is bad for their children. So, they try to restrict their children from watching TV. However, other parents think that there is nothing wrong with watching TV. Watching TV brings children only benefits unless they spend less than a couple of hours daily in front of a TV set. For the following reasons, which I will mention below, television plays an essential role in a child's development.

To begin with, television aids a child in expanding their variety of interests. Furthermore, children can learn a lot of new things and make a lot of beautiful discoveries. In addition to these practical advantages, television helps children develop their vocabulary, memory, and knowledge. It is, in my opinion, necessary for a child. Of course, one could argue that other sources of information are available, such as books and teachers. However, in today's society, children must learn faster and utilize all available technologies to achieve.

Second, watching cognitive shows encourages youngsters to understand more about nature, our environment, and the significance of protecting our forests and wild creatures.

According to scientists, a child should not watch television for more than 40 minutes in a row. My mother, for example, usually made us take a break after watching television for more than half an hour and rest our eyes for a few minutes before putting it back on. It is, in my opinion, the best option.

To summarise, television allows children and everyone else to learn things that they couldn't know from literature. People can feel the reality and see what they would most likely not witness in their lives thanks to television and movies. I used to enjoy watching cognitive programs about wild animals when I was a kid. Unfortunately, my family only had one television, but these were the only programs that we all wanted to watch. As a result, we gathered in our living room and watched them in silence, and I will never forget those moments with a grin.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The charts below show US spending patterns between 1966 and 1996. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The charts below show US spending patterns between 1966 and 1996.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.


Model answer

Between 1966 and 1996, the pie charts depict changes in American spending patterns.

In both years, food and automobiles were the two most expensive things. They accounted for more than half of all household spending. In 1966, food accounted for 44 percent of the expenditure, but by 1996, it had decreased to 14 percent. However, spending on automobiles increased by two, from 23% in 1966 to 45% in 1996.

Other aspects of the business have altered dramatically. Spending on eating out has increased by a factor of two, from 7% to 14%. The percentage of a person's salary spent on computers has risen considerably, from 1% in 1996 to 10% in 1996. However, as computer spending increased, spending on books decreased from 6% to 1%.

Some places were largely unaffected. For example, in both years, Americans spent almost the same amount of their salaries on gasoline and furniture.

In the end, increases in spending on automobiles, computers, and eating out were offset by decreases in spending on food and books.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-A person you know is planning to move to your town or city. What do you think this person would like and dislike about living in your town or city? -Why? Use specific reasons and details to develop your essay.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-A person you know is planning to move to your town or city. What do you think this person would like and dislike about living in your town or city?

-Why? Use specific reasons and details to develop your essay.

Model answer:

I am from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. It is a beautiful city that attracts many people every year. My close friend is going to move here after her graduation. She already found a job, and she asked me to help her with an apartment. Knowing her very well, I can enumerate most things she will like and dislike about my city.

First and foremost, I believe she will like various museums, theatres, and movie theatres. My acquaintance comes from a small town. Therefore she won't be able to use all of these benefits in her hometown. Second, it appears that she will enjoy the way people live here. Life moves at a considerably faster speed here than in a small town. People are always rushing; they try to catch a bus, dash to the nearest metro station, get to work, meet new people, and so on. In addition, I believe my friend will enjoy the people here. They are adorable and eager to assist anybody in need.

Unfortunately, some of the items will not appeal to my friend. The air, for example, is contaminated here as a result of many cars and industry. The weather is another thing she will despise. It's quite hot and humid here.

However, I believe she will enjoy the public transportation here as well. The bus service is run by the government and is fairly reliable. If you're in a hurry, a cab is a fantastic option because it's reasonably inexpensive and delivers good service.

In conclusion, despite all of the aforementioned negatives, I believe she will enjoy this city.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-Write a report describing the information in the graph below. You should write at least 150 words. You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-Write a report describing the information in the graph below.

  • You should write at least 150 words.
  • You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.



Model answer:

Between 1990 and 2000, the fertility rate of women in six Gulf countries — Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, and Bahrain – changed dramatically.

In all countries, the number of births per woman has decreased over the last ten years. The most significant drops occurred in Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, which had low fertility rates at the outset of the decade.

The fertility rates in the six countries differ significantly. With over seven births per woman in 1990, Oman and Saudi Arabia had the highest rates. Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have roughly four births per woman, whereas Kuwait has only 3.75.

In Kuwait, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates, the rate had dropped below three births per woman by 2000, with the UAE seeing a decline of nearly 25% in a decade. However, in Saudi Arabia and Oman, the rates reduced by only 20%, from 7.0 to 5.5.

In summary, all countries' birth rates have decreased significantly, yet some countries in the region have twice the fertility rate of others.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-We all work or will work in our jobs with many different kinds of people. -In your opinion, what are some essential characteristics of a coworker (someone you work closely with)? Use reasons and specific examples to explain why these characteristics are essential.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-We all work or will work in our jobs with many different kinds of people.

-In your opinion, what are some essential characteristics of a coworker (someone you work closely with)?

Use reasons and specific examples to explain why these characteristics are essential.

Model answer:

A large number of people spend most of their time at work. As a result, our life is divided into three equal parts: 8 hours - sleep, 8 hours - work, 8 hours - family time. So, in most cases, one's coworker plays a vital role in one's life. In my opinion, the essential characteristics of a coworker are the following.

First and first, everybody who works directly with me must enjoy their work. I believe it is critical for a person to be satisfied with their work. My husband, for example, works as a software engineer. He enjoys his work, and people appreciate working with him because they see his passion for his profession.

Second, my coworker needs to be tenacious and never give up. I enjoyed it when people confronted with an issue try to solve it and make a solid decision rather than searching for someone to give it over to. Another critical consideration is that a successful worker should always ask oneself, "What can be improved?" and provide new solutions.

He also needs to be a strong team player. Good communication skills and teamwork are becoming standard job requirements in the modern world. It's lovely to assist one another, discuss fresh thoughts, build new solutions, and so on. It promotes a sense of belonging among coworkers and increases labor productivity.

Finally, my coworker needs to be on time. They should complete the project on schedule. It is unacceptable to keep the rest of the team waiting while one individual finishes their task. In addition, my "ideal coworker" should always be willing to assist and encourage me.

To recap, if a coworker possesses all of the attributes above, working with him can be both fun and productive.



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The charts below show the number of Japanese tourists traveling abroad between 1985 and 1995 and Australia's share of the Japanese tourist market. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The charts below show the number of Japanese tourists traveling abroad between 1985 and 1995 and Australia's share of the Japanese tourist market.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.


 Model answer:

This graph depicts the number of Japanese visitors who visit Australia over a decade and how Australians market to Japanese tourists. Between 1985 and 1995, the number of Japanese tourists visiting overseas surged considerably. Around five million people traveled abroad in 1985. Since 1985, the number of travelers has increased dramatically till it reaches 40. It was almost twice as many between 1990 and 1993, and the figure is still about 12 million. After that, it increased significantly from 93 to 95. As a result, around 15 million individuals traveled abroad in 1995.

The other graph, which shows Australia's proportion of the Japanese tourism market, will be the subject of my next post. Between 1985 and 1995, this is likewise the case. In 1985, about 2 million Japanese visitors visited Australia. The number of persons who went there climbed dramatically between 85 and 89, almost thrice. Its number decreased significantly in 1990 but increased from 1990 to 1994. However, the number of persons who visited Australia has not increased from 94 to 95. It has remained the same or has decreased marginally.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree -with the following statement? Television has destroyed communication among friends and family. -Use specific reasons and examples -to support your opinion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Do you agree or disagree -with the following statement?

Television has destroyed communication among friends and family.

-Use specific reasons and examples -to support your opinion.

Model answer:

Television - without a doubt one of humanity's most important technologies. It is a method of communication between citizens of one country and citizens of other countries and nations. People watch television to learn about the latest news, weather, sports, and other topics. It's a fantastic way to broaden one's horizons and discover new things. According to scientists, children spend the same amount of time in front of the television as they do at school. This, I believe, can be true of many adults as well. In addition, television is a fantastic way to relieve stress and tension. While lying on one's favorite sofa and watching a comedy, one can unwind and put one's worries behind. Some people, on the other hand, believe that television has stifled communication between friends and family.

Unfortunately, I must disagree with this assertion. People used to spend their time gambling, reading, talking, or playing chess a few centuries ago. I don't believe that television is to blame for the breakdown of communication between family members and friends. To begin with, if family members share common interests and a desire to make each other happy, they will always find a variety of methods to spend time together and be close. Otherwise, if individuals shun each other and have nothing to discuss, they will find that watching television is a terrific way to escape their unhappy lives. Many people, I suppose, would rather spend time with their family and friends than watch a soap opera or see a movie.

Second, I believe that television may provide a rich source of discussion topics. Many individuals tune in to educational programs to learn more about their surroundings, nature, wildlife animals, economic problems, and so on. As a result, when they get together with their friends, they talk about critical matters and dispute with one another in search of the truth.

My spouse and I frequently watch the news channel to stay up to date on current events. Following that, we always talk about various subjects that we are concerned about. We also enjoy watching the television show "the funniest animals." This program appeals to us because it makes us chuckle. So I can't see how these programs could obstruct our communication or hurt our relationships.

To sum up, if individuals desire to interact with one another, they will figure out a method to do so. People would find other ways to avoid being with each other if television did not exist, such as drugs, gambling, and so on.


Q-The chart below shows the amount spent on six consumer goods in four European countries. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

Q-The chart below shows the amount spent on six consumer goods in four European countries.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.


Model answer:

The graph illustrates that Britain has spent the most on the various consumer products among the four European countries listed. In every example, British spending exceeds other countries; the only exception is tennis racquets, where Italy comes close.

Germany, on the other hand, is the country that spends the least. This is especially visible in the photographic film industry, where Germany spends significantly less than the United Kingdom. However, Germany spends more than another country, France, in two areas: tennis racquets and perfumes.

Meanwhile, France and Italy remain in the middle of the pack, with overall spending averaging around the same. France, in particular, spends more on CDs and photographic film than Italy, but less on tennis racquets. In Italy, personal stereo spending is only slightly higher than in France, whereas toy spending is roughly comparable in both countries.

The data clearly shows that there are significant disparities in spending habits across Europe.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people prefer to work for a large company. Others prefer to work for a small company. Which would you like? -Use specific reasons and examples to support your choice.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people prefer to work for a large company.

Others prefer to work for a small company. Which would you like?

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your choice.

Model answer:

It's debatable whether working for a huge corporation is preferable to working for a small one. However, based on my daily observations and experience, each alternative has its own set of benefits and drawbacks. As a result, I found my viewpoint on the following considerations.

On the one hand, working for a major corporation has numerous advantages. First and foremost, one has better health insurance and a greater wage. Employees of giant corporations are frequently given fewer responsibilities. They also feel safer because their company has more clients, which indicates they have a higher chance of surviving in today's economy. Working for a giant firm, on the other hand, has fewer opportunities for advancement because one's management does not want to lose their job until they are upgraded. Managers of huge companies, in my experience, do not pay much attention to one's solutions and proposals.

Working for a small business, on the other hand, has numerous benefits. To begin with, one's chances of being promoted are increased. Second, one can discuss any changes that could be made to increase profits with the company owner. Third, working for a small business also gives you the chance to learn more about how it operates. As a result, more experience and better recommendations can be gained. There are, however, some drawbacks to this. For example, lower pay, fewer medical benefits, and so on are all possible outcomes.

To summarise, I believe that everyone decides what they want for themselves. A small company is a better choice if one desires a better career and more responsibility. Working for a major corporation, on the other hand, may be a viable option.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-The graph shows the estimated oil production capacity for several Gulf countries between 1990 and 2010. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. You should write at least 150 words. You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-The graph shows the estimated oil production capacity for several Gulf countries between 1990 and 2010.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

  • You should write at least 150 words.
  • You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.


Model answer:

The graph depicts the capacity of selected Gulf countries' oil production in millions of barrels per day. This graph has several interesting properties.

The most notable aspect is that oil output would rise dramatically in almost all of the countries depicted. Between 1990 and 2010, Kuwait and Iraq are predicted to treble their production, with Kuwait's output rising from 1.8 million barrels per day (BPD) in 1990 to 3.8 million BPD in 2010. Iran will enhance its production by a bit of amount as well. The UAE's output will surpass 4.0 million BPD in 2010, after holding stable at 2.5 million BPD from 1990 to 2000. Only Qatar's production is expected to drop, from 0.8 million BPD in 2000 to 0.8 million BPD in 2010.

Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, will see the most dramatic growth. With an output capacity of 8.5 million BPD in 1990, it outperformed Iran, Iraq, and Kuwait combined. With a 75 percent increase in output to 14.5 million BPD in 2010, this lead is projected to persist.

In summary, while most countries are predicted to grow, Saudi Arabia is expected to maintain and expand its position as the world's leading producer.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people say that computers have made life easier and more convenient. Other people say that computers have made life more complex and stressful. -What is your opinion? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people say that computers have made life easier and more convenient.

Other people say that computers have made life more complex and stressful.

-What is your opinion? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Model answer:

Some argue that the invention of computers is one of humanity's most outstanding achievements. Others, on the other hand, believe that computers make their lives more stressful. I agree with those who say computers have provided several benefits and have played an essential part in modern life.

To begin with, every business nowadays requires a computer to store data and execute various tasks. It isn't easy to picture a world without computers. A corporation would have to keep millions of documents and papers. Furthermore, a consumer would have to wait hours at his bank to verify his balance or obtain information about his transactions while an employee combed through the papers. Another key feature is using computers to type their knowledge, make revisions, print, and transfer papers. It makes life a whole lot easier. The rest of the time might be spent watching TV with family or working on a new project.

Every day, we utilize computers without even realizing it. For example, when we use our credit cards in a store, several computers process our information and complete transactions. In addition, we use money access machines, which are also computerized when we need cash.

\Second, computers gave us a fantastic means of communication in the form of the Internet. It is the simplest and most cost-effective communication method with families, friends, business associates, and others. The world is getting smaller and smaller these days. I could never have imagined as a child that it would be feasible to communicate with individuals from all over the world in such a simple manner. A person can acquire the latest news, make friends with people from other countries, reconnect with old friends, seek guidance, and so on.

Finally, in addition to these practical advantages, people can purchase from the comfort of their own homes. To make a payment, they need Internet access, a computer, and their credit cards. It's hard to believe that people had to wait in lines to get tickets only a few years ago. People can now select a place, company, date, and time and send tickets directly to his door. It's fantastic, in my opinion.

To summarise, I feel computers have made our life simpler. They alter our perspective on life. Furthermore, I believe that the introduction of computers brought people closer together and made them more friendly.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-You have the opportunity to visit a foreign country for two weeks. Which country would you like to visit? -Use specific reasons and details to explain your choice.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-You have the opportunity to visit a foreign country for two weeks.

Which country would you like to visit?

-Use specific reasons and details to explain your choice.

Model answer:

I am someone who enjoys traveling. Traveling allows you to meet new people, expand your knowledge and experience, and learn about different cultures and traditions. I have not traveled extensively yet, but I am confident that I will have the opportunity to do so in the future. So, if I had the chance to travel to another nation, I would go to Egypt. It is, in my opinion, a wonderful and fascinating country with a rich history. In the following paragraphs, I will provide some justifications for my decision.

First and foremost, I've always wanted to visit Egypt's pyramids. My aunt went to Egypt a couple of years ago. She was ecstatic after that vacation and stated that she would go back there again at any cost. She expressed her admiration of Egypt's magnificent pyramids and historic structures. Second, I believe that in that land, one can experience history, witness a line of camels passing over the desert with big trunks full of presents for Cleopatra on their humps, and feel the hard breath of laborers building a pyramid under the scorching sun. Finally, I want to ride a camel and visit a natural desert. All of my camel-riding buddies agree that it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

I am hopeful that I will have the opportunity to visit this lovely country someday. But, unfortunately, I currently have a lot of goals and things to do. Therefore I won't be traveling for the next two years. I want to finish my degree and then find work, and these are both more important to me than traveling. On the other hand, my husband wants to see Egypt, so we arranged to go on our fifth anniversary, which is in two years.

Finally, I'd like to mention that I'll be visiting Australia following my journey to Egypt. This is the second country on my list of must-visit destinations.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph shows Underground Station Passenger Numbers in London. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. You should write at least 150 words.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graph shows Underground Station Passenger Numbers in London.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

  • You should write at least 150 words.


Model answer:

Over a day, the graph depicts the volatility in the number of people at a London subway stop.

The morning is the busiest time of the day. There is a significant rise between 6:00 and 8:00 a.m., with 400 persons utilizing the station around 8:00 a.m. Following that, the numbers quickly dwindle to less than 200 by 10 o'clock. Between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., the number of persons utilizing the station jumps to a little under 300.

The number of people utilizing the station decreases in the afternoon, with less than 100 people using it at 4 p.m. After that, there is a sharp climb to a peak of 380 at 6 p.m. After 7 p.m., the number of visitors drops dramatically, with just a minor rise around 8 p.m., before falling again after 9 p.m.

The graph illustrates that the station is busiest early in the morning and late in the evening.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Modern technology is creating a single world culture. -Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Do you agree or disagree with the following statement?

Modern technology is creating a single world culture.

-Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Model answer:

The man had evolved dramatically over time, from when he painted a herd of mammoths on the cave walls to now, when he can converse with someone on the other side of the world. Modern technology is rapidly altering global living standards, resulting in the emergence of a unified global culture. The Internet, television, electronic media, modes of transportation, and other new technology have a considerable impact on creating a comparable culture all over the world. I'll give you a list of reasons why I believe what I believe.

First and foremost, the Internet and e-mail have altered the way people communicate. The Internet provided numerous advantages. It's a new type of communication that allows for quick access to information and news. People converse with one another, sharing their thoughts, joys, and sorrows. We have a fantastic opportunity to learn more about different countries and their histories.

Second, contemporary modes of transportation enable people to travel swiftly from one location to another. It was unthinkable a few centuries ago to wake up in one country and fall asleep in another.

Finally, the distinctions between countries, their traditions, and customs are blurred due to the factors above. Throughout their lifetimes, many people move. Some seek a better place to live, while others want new experiences, information, or just pleasure. As a result, many families are formed between people from many countries. Traditions merge and evolve into new ones, or they fade away.

To summarise, contemporary technology has a significant impact on 



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart below shows the employment rates across six countries in 1995 and 2005. -Summarize the information by choosing and describe the main idea, and make comparisons where appropriate.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart below shows the employment rates across six countries in 1995 and 2005.

-Summarize the information by choosing and describe the main idea, and make comparisons where appropriate.


Model answer:

Between 1995 and 2005, the graph depicts trends in employment rates for men and women in six nations. Overall, more working-age people are employed, and women's employment rates have improved significantly, albeit they still lag behind men in terms of entering the workforce.

In the majority of the nations included in the graph, women have lower employment rates than men. In Australia, for example, in 1995, 57 percent of men could find or keep work, while only 27 percent of women were able to do so. The disparity was even more pronounced in New Zealand, where 60 percent of women were female. Even in Switzerland and Iceland, men outnumber women in the labor market.

Women have lower employment rates than men in the majority of the countries represented in the graph. In 1995, for example, 57 percent of men in Australia could obtain or keep a job, while only 27 percent of women were. In New Zealand, where 60 percent of the population is female, the disparity was much more apparent. Men outweigh women in the labor market, even in Switzerland and Iceland.

Furthermore, women's employment rates increased at a considerably faster rate in New Zealand. Over the decade, the percentage of working women increased from 25% to 42% in the United Kingdom and from 45 percent to 61 percent in the United States.

Finally, across the ten years, all of the countries in the graph exhibited at least a 12 percent growth in both men's and women's employment rates. As a result, while men's employment rates remained substantially higher throughout time, more and more women appear to be entering the workforce.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Describe a custom from your country that you would like people from other countries to adopt. -Explain your choice, using specific reasons and examples.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Describe a custom from your country that you would like people from other countries to adopt.

-Explain your choice, using specific reasons and examples.

Model answer:

We sometimes forget about our customs and traditions in our hectic modern world. People should, nevertheless, continue to observe their rules since they help us remember our predecessors and appreciate the lovely times in our lives.

My country has a beautiful tradition known as "Maslenica." It is a winter holiday that is observed at the end of the season. Many people congregate in the city's vast square to witness the winter. They bid the winter farewell and request that the winter be replaced by the spring. They honor the dawn of life when everything begins to grow.

At this festival, people create pancakes and share them with their friends and family. In addition, many people assembled in the area to play various games. Two teams, for example, pull a rope in the most well-known game, "pulling a rope." The team with the most extended cord is the winner. Others scribble on the cold pole. Even if they do not participate in the games, people enjoy themselves on this occasion.

Finally, I am confident that "Maslenica" will assist many countries around the world. People may unwind, forget about their problems and anxieties, and have a good time. This holiday also allows people to learn more about one another, converse, and meet new people. In addition to these practical advantages, "Maslenica" encourages individuals to slow down their lives and appreciate the irreplaceable and beautiful present moments.



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The line graph below shows the number of annual visits to Australia by overseas residents. The table below gives information on the country of origin where the visitors came from. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The line graph below shows the number of annual visits to Australia by overseas residents. The table below gives information on the country of origin where the visitors came from.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given.



NUMBER OF VISITORS (million)

1975

2005

SOUTH KOREA

JAPAN

CHINA

USA

BRITAIN

EUROPE

2.9

3.2

0.3

0.4

0.9

1.1

9.1

12.0

0.8

1.1

2.9

4.5

Total

8.8

30.4

Model answer

The line graph depicts the number of international visitors to Australia in millions of people. Overall, one striking tendency appears to be that Australia is becoming increasingly popular as a vacation destination. In 2005, for example, 20 million more people visited Australia than in 1975. In 20 years, the population has risen from 10 million to 30 million.

The second table shows the countries with the most residents who visited Australia between 1975 and 2005. The most significant number of tourists came from Japan in both years, followed by South Korea and Europe. In addition, many people from the United Kingdom, the United States, and China visited Australia during these years. In each of these nations, the number of persons visiting Australia increased. For example, 12 million Japanese people visited in 2005, compared to only 3.2 million in 1975.



IELTS WRITING TASK Q-Some people prefer to eat at food stands or restaurants. Other people prefer to prepare and eat food at home. -Which do you prefer? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

IELTS WRITING TASK

Q-Some people prefer to eat at food stands or restaurants.

Other people prefer to prepare and eat food at home.

-Which do you prefer? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Model answer:

From the days when he had to hunt for food to now when he had to buy it, the man had changed tremendously. Some people prefer to prepare their meals at home by purchasing fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat. Others, on the other hand, would rather skip the cooking and eat at a restaurant. Both of these alternatives, in my opinion, have benefits and drawbacks. Below, I'll provide some supporting evidence for my position.

I am not a fan of fast food. As a result, I'm constantly split between eating out and remaining in. To begin, I'd want to emphasize that cooking is a lovely ritual. While peeling or cutting vegetables, it allows people to relax and think about pleasant memories. It's a method for releasing tension and stress. Second, there are times when I don't feel like eating a particularly lavish supper. Again, it's a method for releasing anxiety and stress. Second, there are times when I don't feel like eating a particularly luxurious dinner. Instead, I'd prefer to have a light meal, such as a salad and a glass of milk. One of the reasons I like to eat at home is because I can have whatever I want at any time. Another advantage of dining at home is that you may sit in front of the TV and watch a fascinating show or movie. Finally, having dinner at home allows a family to converse, get closer, and share some of the day's most impressive and tragic experiences. Additionally, eating at home is a cost-effective method of saving money.

When it comes to restaurants, I see certain benefits to eating there as well. To begin with, I am bored of peeling, cutting, washing, frying, and other similar tasks. It doesn't mean I do it regularly. I occasionally use a microwave and previously purchased preprocessed meals. I'm craving something more delicious than what's in my refrigerator, which takes time to prepare at home. As a result, visiting a restaurant is a strong reason for me. There is a big chance of running across old friends or having a pleasant time listening to music and enjoying delectable delicacies.

Restaurants are also terrific places to hold a special event. One does not need to prepare meals for all of one's guests, wash a dish, clean up after the party, or do anything else.

Finally, I believe that the location of one's dinner is unimportant. What is important is that it is nutritious and well-balanced.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people think that universities should not provide theoretical knowledge but give more practical training throughout their courses. -To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people think that universities should not provide theoretical knowledge but give more practical training throughout their courses.

-To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Model answer:

Most academics assumed that colleges should solely use a theoretically-based approach to teaching throughout their courses, rather than the more recent trend toward empirical knowledge acquisition requiring more "hands-on" experience. Is this, however, the most efficient approach for students to gain crucial academic material while pursuing their degrees? Without a doubt, the benefits and drawbacks of both literary learning approaches must be weighed.

On the one hand, learning from theory in relevant academic discourses to identify existing knowledge allows us to obtain professional insight, despite the more traditional educational approach. Students, for example, can swiftly recall facts and perspectives from previous lectures. Furthermore, when pupils are provided relative theoretical models to build on, they learn more quickly. In courses like history or sociology, for example, analyzing textbook examples allows students to decipher complex academic theories that they can then elaborate on. Students, on the other hand, face considerable drawbacks.

Students, on the other hand, may find themselves reading tiresome and monotonous academic articles. For example, university degrees that assess various "long-winded" academic discourses provide little inspiration to students, dampening their excitement. However, students' attention might be piqued by conducting empirical studies in class. This means that the human brain learns best through experience. Although time-consuming, there is no replacement for making errors and learning from them.

Finally, while both approaches have advantages and disadvantages in our ever-changing academic world, I believe that a more practical approach encourages more robust learning of educational information. Practical understanding equals more beneficial education for future generations, notwithstanding the comprehensive character of theoretical teaching.



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart shows the number of mobile phones and landlines per 100 people in selected countries. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart shows the number of mobile phones and landlines per 100 people in selected countries.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information given.


Model answer:

For each country, the graph depicts the number of mobile phones and landlines per 100 people. In general, mobile phone subscribers outnumber landline subscribers in the majority of the nations represented in the graph.

Mobile phones are widely used in most European countries. The Italians are the most frequent mobile phone users, with 88 phones per 100 persons. Italy, for example, has twice as many mobile phones as landlines, with 88 mobile phones per hundred persons vs. 45 landlines. On the other hand, mobile phone use is low in Canada, with fewer than 40 phones per 100 persons. Denmark is also unique in that it has a somewhat higher proportion of landlines than mobile phones.

In certain nations, however, the number of landlines outnumbers the number of mobile phones. For example, in the United States, the number of mobile phones (50 per 100 persons) is substantially lower than the number of landlines (almost 70 per hundred). In Canada, a similar pattern may be noticed. Denmark has the most landlines in the graph, with approximately 90 per 100 people. Italy and the United Kingdom, on the other hand, have the lowest fixed-line figures.

Finally, it appears that mobile phone usage in Europe is higher than in North America.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The chart below shows estimated world literacy rates by region and by gender for the year 2000. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The chart below shows estimated world literacy rates by region and by gender for the year 2000.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.


 Model answer:

This paper will provide a bar chart depicting world illiteracy rates by gender and region in 2000.

For the six places mentioned, I'll start with male illiteracy. The lowest rates were seen in Developed Countries, Latin America/Caribbean, and East Asia/Oceania, with approximately 1%, 10%, and 8%, respectively. The rates for the following three categories were significantly higher and very similar. Sub-Saharan Africa, Arab States, and South Asia accounted for roughly 31%, 29%, and 34%, respectively.

Female illiteracy was significantly greater in each region, except Latin America/Caribbean, just marginally higher. Female illiteracy rates were lowest in Developed Countries, Latin America/Caribbean, and East Asia/Oceania, at 2 percent, 12 percent, and 20 percent, respectively. Aside from that, the rates for the following three locations were significantly higher and nearly identical. Sub-Saharan Africa, Arab States, and South Asia accounted for roughly 48 percent, 52 percent, and 56 percent, respectively.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Nowadays, international tourism is the most significant industry in the world. But, unfortunately, international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures. -To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Nowadays, international tourism is the most significant industry in the world. But, unfortunately, international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures.

-To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Model answer:

The rise in tourism and the number of individuals traveling to other nations for vacations has sparked debate about whether this is good. However, I feel that the tourist business is responsible for several issues, which I shall investigate more.

Many people believe that traveling broadens one's horizons. This remark, however, does not hold water. I think that a few weeks in another nation is insufficient time to comprehend an unfamiliar culture. A foreign visitor to the United Kingdom, for example, might be met with the usual British restraint and assume, incorrectly, that the British are unfriendly. Furthermore, some people are opposed to expanding their horizons. A Western traveler to an Arab country, for example, is unlikely to think that women's veiling is acceptable.

Being a tourist in a strange nation might cause complications, leading to resentment of the locals. To begin with, a foreigner is vulnerable and is frequently taken advantage of by locals. Second, misconceptions can occur due to a linguistic barrier. Third, tourists are constantly pressured to buy merchandise, which can ruin a vacation. FOR EXAMPLE, when I traveled to Bali, individuals tried to offer me something every five minutes, interrupting my sunbathing.

Locals frequently dislike foreigners. Visitors may, for example, act in ways that are contradictory to local customs or are simply rude, as many intoxicated British holidaymakers must appear to the Spanish. As a result, native people may become hostile to global tourism, believing that their traditional way of life is threatened. The greater riches of foreign tourists can also spark envy and hatred.

To sum up, I agree that global tourism causes misunderstanding between individuals of different cultures and that cultural differences are often a source of conflict rather than celebration.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The the flowchart below shows the process involved in completing the work experience requirement for university students. -Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

 IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The the flowchart below shows the process involved in completing the work experience requirement for university students.

-Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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Fulfilling the Work Experience Requirement
Credits will be awarded when the final report is submitted.

Application

Choose potential workplaces from an approved list and arrange interviews. Then, submit applications to places of interest.

Approval

When an acceptance letter is received, submit it to the professor for approval.

Schedule

Arrange schedule to work a minimum of 10 hours/ week over 20 weeks.

Reports

Complete the weekly Report Form and submit it to the professor every Friday.

Evaluation

During the final workweek, participate in evaluation meetings with the work supervisor. Supervisor submits Evaluation Form.

Final Report

Submit Final Report before last week of the spring term.

Model answer:

Getting some work experience before graduation can assist university students in landing their first job. As a result, several colleges require all students to fulfill a Work Experience Requirement. The requirements are fulfilled after the following six stages are completed.

The application stage is the first step in the procedure. A student looks over a list of approved employers and applies to those he wants to work for. The approval stage follows. When a student obtains an acceptance letter, he submits it for approval to the professor. The application stage is the first step in the procedure. A student looks over a list of approved employers and applies to those he wants to work for. The Approval stage follows. When a student obtains an acceptance letter, he submits it for approval to the professor.

During the last workweek, the fifth stage, Evaluation, takes place. A student attends an evaluation meeting with his supervisor, who then completes an Evaluation Form. Finally, a student must submit a Final Report by the last week of the spring semester to complete the process.

The student obtains credit from the institution if they complete these steps and then submit the Final Report.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Some people think that it is essential to have a single language as an official international language. Others believe that it will make it difficult to identify countries and cause a loss of culture. -What are your opinions on this?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Some people think that it is essential to have a single language as an official international language. Others believe that it will make it difficult to identify countries and cause a loss of culture.

-What are your opinions on this?

Model answer:

With the rise of globalization, it appears that a common language will be required to enable trade and communication. However, some people are opposed to the creation of a single language because they believe it will lead to cultural deterioration and the loss of local linguistic knowledge. It is, nevertheless, feasible to utilize an official international language while maintaining one's native tongue and culture.

To begin with, many countries already have a national language or languages. India, for example, has two official languages: Hindi and English. Official languages are required in a country like India, where several languages are spoken, to ensure communication between people and other states. In China, for example, where several languages are spoken, Mandarin allows people from different provinces to communicate with one another.

Second, in this age of rampant globalization, an international language is a foregone conclusion. For example, how will an African business person conduct business in China if the languages are different? In this sense, it is not simply a worldwide language that is unavoidable and necessary for 21st-century trade, commerce, and economic expansion.

Opponents of establishing an official international language say that it will result in a loss of cultural identity. The employment of an official international language, on the other hand, does not imply that local languages will become extinct. For example, English is already an unofficial worldwide language, but this does not mean that people use English or ignore their tongue. English is employed in specialized situations (trade, commerce, etc. ), but native languages are used in everyday instruction.

In summary, the need for an official international language is unavoidable as the world becomes smaller. Although its status is unofficial, English has already acquired this role. In a period of rising globalization, I believe that employing either an official or unofficial international language is vital to enhance communication.



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The Bar Chart shows CO2 emissions for different forms of transport in the European Union. -The Pie Chart shows the percentage of European Union funds being spent on different forms of transport.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The Bar Chart shows CO2 emissions for different forms of transport in the European Union.

-The Pie Chart shows the percentage of European Union funds being spent on different forms of transport.


Model answer:

The chart shows CO2 emissions per passenger kilometer for various methods in the European Union while the pie chart shows European Union spending on transportation. Flying by air produces the most significant CO2 emissions, approximately three times as much as passenger cars, the following largest producers. The EU, on the other hand, spends very little money on air travel, whereas roads account for more than half of the EU's transportation expenditure.

Trains emit around three times less CO2 per passenger-kilometer than cars and eight times less than air transport. Railways receive nearly a third of EU transportation funds.

Ships are a pure mode of transportation, emitting roughly the same CO2 per passenger kilometer as railways. Ports, on the other hand, receive only 2% of EU funds. Inland waterways receive another 1% of the budget.

Coaches are the most environmentally friendly mode of transportation. Coaches emit half the amount of CO2 per passenger kilometer as buses. Buses also emit less than half the amount of CO2 per passenger kilometer as vehicles. Public transportation receives 10% of the European Union's transportation budget, such as buses and coaches.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Traffic and housing problems in major cities could be solved by moving large companies, factories, and employees to the countryside. -To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Traffic and housing problems in major cities could be solved by moving large companies, factories, and employees to the countryside.

-To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Model answer:

Congestion and the price and availability of housing have become significant issues in large cities around the world as urban populations have grown. As a result, one feasible remedy may be to shift important enterprises and factories and their staff from these metropolitan regions to more rural ones. I agree that this would have the desired impact of making cities more habitable, in my opinion.

To begin with, traffic congestion in cities is caused not just by commuting personnel, but also by members of the general public going across the city. While this may be true, if the number of worker vehicles on city streets is reduced, rush-hour traffic will be cut significantly. For example, peak-hour traffic is almost entirely made up of employees traveling to and from work.

Second, cities' populations will continue to rise in terms of housing issues, inadvertently reducing the amount of affordable and available flats. This is undeniably true. However, a considerable percentage of these apartments are occupied by employees and their families from well-known companies. City apartment towers will reduce price and availability if this workforce is shifted to housing estates around the country.

Finally, by transferring workers to rural areas to work and live, extreme traffic conditions and a shortage of suitable housing in city centers will improve. As a result, I agree that the government should enact such legislation to raise our standard of living in our fast-paced city life.


IELTS WRITING TASK1 Q-The charts below show the percentage of the average family's food budget spent on restaurant meals in different years. In addition, the graph shows the number of meals eaten in fast-food restaurants and sit-down restaurants. -Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

IELTS WRITING TASK1

Q-The charts below show the percentage of the average family's food budget spent on restaurant meals in different years. In addition, the graph shows the number of meals eaten in fast-food restaurants and sit-down restaurants.

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.


Model answer:

The average family's number of restaurant meals has climbed considerably during the last 30 years. As a result, the amount of money spent on restaurant meals as a percentage of the family's food budget has continuously increased. For example, in 1970, only 10% of the food budget was spent on restaurant meals, rising to 15% in 1980. In 1990, that percentage more than doubled to 35% and then increased to 50% in 2000.

During those 30 years, the places where families enjoy their restaurant meals altered as well. Fast food and sit-down restaurants provide the same number of meals to families in 1970. However, families ate sit-down restaurants significantly more frequently in 1980. On the other hand, fast food restaurants have served more family dinners since 1990 than sit-down restaurants. Fast-food restaurants served the majority of restaurant meals in 2000. If this trend continues, families' number of meals eaten in fast-food restaurants could soon double that of sit-down restaurants.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Families who do not send their children to government-financed schools should not be required to pay taxes that support universal education.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Families who do not send their children to government-financed schools should not be required to pay taxes that support universal education.

-Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience.

Model answer: (Disagree)

Families that do not take their children to public school should contribute to public education through taxes.

In my country, every child must attend school, and every child is welcome to enroll in their neighborhood public school. It is entirely within the rights of some families to send their children to other schools. However, the majority of our children attend public schools, which must remain open to everybody. My uncle, for example, enrolled his two children in a private primary school. Then he lost a lot of money due to some bad investments, and he couldn't afford the private school tuition any longer. The kids readily switched to their neighborhood public school and preferred it to their academy. When their family couldn't educate their children, they turned to the public schools for help.

Because the public schools educate so many citizens, everyone in my country-whether a parent or not-should pay taxes to support our educational system. We all benefit from the education that students receive in public school. Our future doctors, firefighters, and teachers, whom we rely on daily, are educated in local public schools. When a person is in trouble, it's reassuring to know that those who will help you, such as fire fighters-know what they're doing because they received good training in school and later. Providing an excellent education in the public school system is vital to the strength of our community and our country.

Our government must provide the best education possible, but it can only do so with the help of all of its residents financially. As a result, everyone should contribute to public education by paying taxes, including those that do not send their children to public school.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-By punishing murderers with the death penalty, society is also guilty of committing murder. Therefore, life in prison is a better punishment for murderers. -To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-By punishing murderers with the death penalty, society is also guilty of committing murder. Therefore, life in prison is a better punishment for murderers.

-To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Model answer: (Agree)

"Do as I say, not as I do," says the narrator. This is what society teaches us when it imposes the death sentence on murderers. Murder is wrong, according to organizations, and it is also illegal under our legal system. Nonetheless, we continue to see murderers in our community, and as a result, we are committing murder ourselves. As a result, the death penalty should be abolished, and murderers should instead be sentenced to life in prison.

Society must provide a positive example of how our lives should be lived, and people should behave. We should always seek to improve our condition, be at peace with others, and be at peace with ourselves. When we kill murderers, on the other hand, we are not trying to improve our society. Instead, we've sunk to the level of criminals.

It reminds me of the vengeance I received while playing games with my brothers. My brother used to take my toys when we were youngsters, so I would strike him and get my stuff back. He'd then smack me harder and reclaim the toys. When I think of the death sentence, I see a killer murdering someone. Society exacts vengeance by assassinating the murderer. This leaves the murderer's family and friends with a great deal of resentment, which they may vent on society. So the murderous loop continues unabated.

People who take the same activity as the organization should not be condemned by society. Society instructs us not to kill, yet when the death penalty is used, culture kills. Because of this inconsistency, we should abolish the death penalty and instead sentence murderers to life in prison.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-It is becoming more and more difficult to escape the influence of the media on our lives. -Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living in a media-rich society.

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-It is becoming more and more difficult to escape the influence of the media on our lives.

-Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living in a media-rich society.

Sample answer

The media is all about communication, and I think most of us would agree that we need to communicate as humans. We want to be entertained and remain in contact with others, therefore we need to know what's going on in the world. Newspapers, radio, and television are examples of older media, but modern media, notably the internet and mobile phones, go much farther. As a result, we have more options in terms of what we watch and who we converse with.

I have an iPhone, which allows me to make phone calls, browse the internet, listen to music, play games, and view movies all with just one device. It's all available right now, and it's all portable. It gives you a sense of control, but it also has drawbacks.

People are constantly messaging and emailing each other, and they feel cut off if they don't have their phone or laptop with them. Have you ever encountered a bunch of youngsters in a café who aren't chatting to each other but instead texting? It's a common sight these days, which many people find alarming because we tend to prefer electronic communication over face-to-face conversation.

We also have a lot of options - possibly too many. There are several television channels available, however many of the shows are of low quality. There is also a great deal of advertising all around us, attempting to persuade us to buy items we don't require. To live in such a culture, you must be acutely aware of the media's power over you, your actions, and your ideas, and resist the urge to exert control over your life.

There's no-denying that we live in a media-rich world, and there's nothing we can do about it, in my opinion. We can utilise the media responsibly rather than allowing it to use us.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Children should never be educated at home by their parents. Do you agree or disagree? -Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Children should never be educated at home by their parents. Do you agree or disagree?

-Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for young people who decide to do this.

Model answer:

Nobody can state with certainty that children should be educated at home or in a child care facility. There are many various types of youngsters, and each one needs an education tailored to his own needs.

However, for most youngsters, the most excellent place to learn about life is in a children's institution. Nobody can deny that interactions between youngsters of similar ages are essential for your child's development. Playing, entertaining, and learning to live with others need this level of communication. In my opinion, the primary job of any man is to live in harmony with others. Problems and difficulties arise when there is a lack of this equilibrium.

The kids require space to run about and create noise, as well as to jump and wail. Do you or your neighbors allow your child to engage in these activities? It isn't easy to locate a safe area to play in if you live in the city. Kindergartens provide this opportunity. They give room, a variety of toys, and physical exercise structures. So, if your living situations are poor, kindergarten is the most excellent option. You may, however, keep your child at home if you have a large family with numerous children and ample room. It would be beneficial if you could ensure that the youngster is appropriately attired and at ease. His siblings provide him with the essential contacts. It has long been observed that youngsters from renowned families are far more calm and easygoing. They live in a more harmonious universe than the rest of us.

In big households, age disparities can cause problems when children interact. After then, a kid should be enrolled in kindergarten (school). However, if quarrels do not persist for an extended period, everything is OK. In general, disagreements improve people's capacity to work together. They instill personal initiative and compel the balance to be set. In this way, the youngster learns life lessons. But, surprisingly, quarrels frequently occur in kindergartens and schools, and we should not be alarmed.

Along with quarrels, parents are typically frightened about colds, which are more common in kindergartens. As a result, parents choose to keep their children at home. On the other hand, a healthy youngster cannot be seriously harmed by an unusual cold (which, if it occurs, will run its course). And it will be better for the youngster in the future if he can adjust to the conditions of public settings sooner.

In general, I believe that children should be kept in environments appropriate for them, such as decent kindergartens. However, keeping children in such a setting cannot replace the importance of family and home. They can only create a lovely and harmonious relationship if they work together.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The bar chart below shows a survey conducted by a personnel department at a major company. The survey was carried out on two groups of workers: those aged 18-30 and those aged 45-60, and shows factors affecting their work performance. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

 

Q-The bar chart below shows a survey conducted by a personnel department at a major company. The survey was carried out on two groups of workers: those aged 18-30 and those aged 45-60, and shows factors affecting their work performance.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.


Model answer:

The bar chart depicts the results of a study of two distinct age groups on the elements that contribute to making their working environment pleasant.

There are two types of external and internal forces. Internal variables include team spirit, a competent leader, coworker respect, and job happiness. Personal growth opportunities, work stability, promotion chances, and money are examples of external influences.

In terms of internal variables, more than half of respondents in both age groups agreed that a positive work environment requires team spirit, a competent supervisor, and job satisfaction. On the other hand, there are conflicting outcomes when it comes to external influences. When it came to personal growth and advancement opportunities, 80 percent to 90 percent of the younger groups liked it, but only about half of the older group did. On the subject of job security, a similar tendency has been seen. When it comes to money, 69 percent to 70% of both age groups believe it is necessary.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-You should spend about 40 minutes on this task. -Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of having a car.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

-Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of having a car.

Model answer:

People nowadays weigh the benefits and drawbacks of owning a car before purchasing one, as highways become increasingly congested.

The most significant advantage of having a car is that it allows you to travel whenever and wherever you choose without being bound by predefined routes and schedules. Furthermore, you can transport as many passengers and as much luggage as you want at no additional expense. Moreover, you can drive in style in a car, with your seat and the option of conveniences such as a music system and air conditioning.

However, having an automobile is too expensive. Before purchasing a vehicle, you must consider the cost of taxes, insurance, gasoline, and repairs, in addition to the vehicle's price. Furthermore, with the traffic growth, cars are spending increasing time delayed in traffic jams. Perhaps the most significant disadvantage of automobiles, in general, is the significant harm they cause to human life and the environment. All motorists must acknowledge that they play a minor role in this.

To summarise, owning and operating a car may be regarded as an expensive luxury if you have access to a reliable public transportation system.



IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The diagrams below give information about the Eiffel Tower in Paris and an outline project to extend it underground. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The diagrams below give information about the Eiffel Tower in Paris and an outline project to extend it underground.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown.


Model answer:

In Paris, the Eiffel Tower is located near the Seine River. It's a 1,063-foot-tall metal structure that weighs 7,417 tonnes. The tower has been a tourist attraction since it was erected in 1889, and the two viewing platforms are reached via 1,665 steps.

The building beneath the foundations of the skyscraper is presently being considered. The tower's ticket office, shopping facilities, a cinema and museum, and two levels of subterranean parking are all planned to be built underground.

The premise is that two vertical passenger elevators will connect the five floors on either side of the tower, though the details have yet to be decided. In addition, the ticket office will be located on the floor immediately below the tower, which will have a vast atrium with a glass ceiling that will allow tourists to gaze directly up at the building.




IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


 Model answer

A household central heating system is depicted in this schematic. It demonstrates how the tank, boiler, and pipelines keep the hot water flowing to the radiators and taps at all times.

The cold water enters the house and is kept in a roof-mounted water storage tank. It then runs down to the house's boiler, which is placed on the bottom level.

The boiler, which is fuelled by gas or oil, heats up the water as it passes through it. The hot water is then pumped around the house through a system of pipes and flows into the radiators, located in different rooms. Next, the water circulates through the radiators, which have small tubes inside them to help distribute the heat, and this warms each of the rooms. Finally, some of the water is directed to the taps to provide hot water for the house.

After passing through the pipes and radiators, the water is returned to the boiler, re-heated, and circulated throughout the home.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Present a written argument or case to an educated reader with no specialist knowledge of the following topic: In some countries, parents arrange marriages, but people choose their marriage partner in other cases. -Discuss both systems.

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Present a written argument or case to an educated reader with no specialist knowledge of the following topic:

In some countries, parents arrange marriages, but people choose their marriage partner in other cases.

-Discuss both systems.

Model answer:

The idea that a marriage should be arranged by the couple's parents or other family members is acceptable in some communities but utterly unacceptable in others. As a result, it is entirely dependent on your cultural assumptions.

Arranged weddings are pretty uncommon in so-called Western societies. The thought that their parents have the freedom to choose their lifemate would be unwelcome by most young people. Arranged weddings, they believe, deny them their fundamental right to choose, even if they make a terrible choice.

If we're honest, we might admit that some parents plan their children's life such that they are more likely to meet and marry spouses whom their parents approve of. This may be akin to an arranged marriage in specific ways. Families who promote the relationship and welcome the grandchildren are always better.

People who believe that arranged marriages are the cultural norm sometimes suggest that the chances of the marriage lasting are higher when it is done this way. Parents can rest confident that their children will be joining a family of similar socioeconomic status and cultural background, resulting in a more stable society in the long run. Why should you question the custom if your parent's marriage was arranged and went well?

The most important thing is to ensure that no one is coerced into a marriage that would make them miserable or lead to an unequal relationship in which one partner is exploited by the other. This is true in all civilizations and circumstances.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-Nowadays we are producing more and more rubbish. Why do you think this is happening? -What can governments do to help reduce the amount of rubbish produced?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-Nowadays we are producing more and more rubbish.

Why do you think this is happening?

-What can governments do to help reduce the amount of rubbish produced?

Model answer:

I believe it is true that every household and family in practically every country today creates a significant amount of waste each week. The majority of this garbage, of course, comes from the packaging of the products we consume, such as processed foods. Even if we buy fresh food without packaging, we still generate trash due to the ubiquitous usage of plastic bags to transport groceries home.

We have so much packing because we eat so much more daily than previous generations of families. So we buy boxed or canned food that can be carried over great distances and stored until we need it, first in the supermarket and then at home because convenience is equally important in modern life.

However, the high volume of waste products is our propensity to utilize something once and then discard it. We often overlook that even the cheapest plastic bag has used considerable resources and energy in its manufacture. We also ignore the fact that it is a pollutant and difficult to dispose of.

As a result, I believe that governments must enhance public awareness about this issue. Environmental issues can be taught to children in school, but adults must take action. Governments can encourage this behavior by imposing charges on the packaging, such as plastic bags, providing recycling facilities, and penalizing homes and businesses that do not recycle their garbage.

Such solutions, if implemented with political determination, could minimize the amount of waste we produce. Nobody wants to see our resources depleted and our planet contaminated by rubbish.



IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-The number of overweight children in developed countries is increasing. Some people think this is due to problems such as the growing number of fast-food outlets. Others believe that parents are to blame for not looking after their children's health. -To what extent do you agree with these views?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-The number of overweight children in developed countries is increasing. Some people think this is due to problems such as the growing number of fast-food outlets. Others believe that parents are to blame for not looking after their children's health.

-To what extent do you agree with these views?

Model answer

According to medical professionals, there is ample evidence that youngsters are overweight, deteriorating the problem. There are several reasons for this, in my opinion.

Some attribute this to the fact that we are surrounded by stores providing unhealthy, fatty foods at low prices, such as chips and fried chicken. As a result, a generation of adults has grown up never having made a meal for itself. Children would be less motivated to buy take-out food if there were fewer of these establishments.

Another school of thought holds that parents are at fault for their children's obesity. I agree with this viewpoint because healthy eating habits are formed early in life, long before children frequent fast-food restaurants. If youngsters are always permitted to choose what they eat or are given chips and chocolate instead of nutritious meals, they will always choose sweet and salty foods, which will continue throughout their lives.

However, there is a third aspect that plays a role in the issue. Nowadays, children get a virtually little exercise. They don't take the bus to school. When they arrive home, they sit in front of the television or play video games on their computers. This is not only a bad habit, but it also allows them to eat more junk food. They need to get outside and participate in active games or sports.

The two points of view stated both contribute to the problem, but we need to encourage young people to be more active while also diverting them away from fast food and unhealthy eating habits. A balanced approach is required.



IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-In the past, most people used to travel to their place of work. However, with the increased use of computers, the internet, and smartphones, more and more people are starting to work from home. What are the merits and demerits of this development?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-In the past, most people used to travel to their place of work. However, with the increased use of computers, the internet, and smartphones, more and more people are starting to work from home.

What are the merits and demerits of this development?

 Model answer

In recent years, the way we work has changed dramatically. While some people must commute to work every day, others have the choice of working from home. All of this is now possible thanks to the internet and cellphones, which allow workers to stay in touch with their coworkers and clients worldwide.

This new development has both advantages and downsides. Allowing employees to work from home has several benefits. The effective service is that it will enable people to be more flexible in their work schedules. This is especially beneficial for parents or those who live a long distance from their employment. Working from home is also more convenient since you may stop anytime you want. Another advantage is that you may utilize the internet to work for firms in other nations. As a result, people may apply for employment both locally and worldwide.

Working from home, on the other hand, can have its drawbacks. Many people find traveling to work and working in an office with others to be very social, especially if they live alone. Many people may feel lonely if they do not have access to social connections. Furthermore, many people may lack the necessary discipline to accomplish the task they need to undertake if coworkers do not surround them.

To summarise, there are pros and downsides to working from home. Perhaps the perfect working arrangement would be to spend part of the week at an office among coworkers and half of the week at home, with some freedom and comfort.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The table below gives information about Favorite Pastimes in different countries. -Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The table below gives information about Favorite Pastimes in different countries.

-Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


 Model answer

This table compares and contrasts fun activities in eight countries. The plays are analyzed for each country across the top of the table.

As you can see, roughly 60% of Canadians, Australians, and Americans like to watch television. On the other hand, this figure is low in China, where just 15% of the population watches television. Americans, predictably, appreciate music at a rate of 23%, whereas only 2 to 5% of people in other countries feel the same way. Furthermore, sleeping is a hobby for 20% of people in England, compared to only 2% in Canada and the United States. Surprisingly, the Chinese have the most hobbies, with 50%, compared to only 20% in France. Australia and the United States have the highest percentage of beachgoers (30%) is expected.

It appears that multiple elements, such as socioeconomic status or climate, influence the pastimes of people of various nations. These elements have an impact on racial-cultural differences and make cross-cultural experiences more enjoyable.


IELTS WRITING TASK 1 Q-The graph below shows the differences in wheat exports over three different areas. -Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS WRITING TASK 1

Q-The graph below shows the differences in wheat exports over three different areas.

-Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.


 Model answer

Between 1985 and 1990, the three graphs of wheat exports each exhibit a completely distinct pattern. Exports from Australia, for example, have decreased over the last five years, despite significant fluctuations in the Canadian market and an increase in the European Community.

Australia exported roughly 15 million tonnes of wheat in 1985, and one million tonnes more the following year, for a total of 16 million tonnes. There was a slow reduction after that until 1989 and 1990 when it stabilized at 11 million tonnes. However, the number of Canadian exports fluctuated dramatically throughout the same period. It began at 19 million tonnes in 1985, peaked at 24 million tonnes in 1988, plummeted to 14 million tonnes in 1989, and then climbed back to 19 million tonnes in 1990. In 1985, the European Community exported 17 million tonnes, but this fell to 14 million tonnes in 1986, increased to 15 million tonnes in 1987 and 1988, and then to 20 million tonnes in 1990.


IELTS WRITING TASK 2 Q-It has been said, “Not everything that is learned is contained in books.” -Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important and why?

IELTS WRITING TASK 2

Q-It has been said, “Not everything that is learned is contained in books.”

-Compare and contrast knowledge gained from experience with knowledge gained from books. In your opinion, which source is more important and why?

Model answer:

The ancient adage "experience is the best teacher" is accurate, and I agree. Our participation in situations teaches us the most significant and challenging lessons in life. But, on the other hand, a book cannot teach you everything.

Of course, learning from books in a structured educational setting is beneficial. In schools, we know the information we need to function in our society. For example, we can speak, write, and comprehend mathematical equations. All of the information we need to live and work in our communities is contained in this document.

The most important lessons, however, cannot be taught; they must be learned via experience. No one can educate us how to get along with people or have self-respect, for example. No one can educate us on dealing with peer pressure as we develop from youngsters to teenagers. No one can educate us on falling in love and marrying when we leave adolescence behind and become adulthood.

The most important lessons, however, cannot be taught; they must be learned via experience. No one can educate us on how to get along with people or have self-respect, for example. No one can educate us on dealing with peer pressure as we develop from youngsters to teenagers. No one can educate us on falling in love and marrying when we leave adolescence behind and become adulthood.


IELTS WRITING Task 2 Q-Successful sports-professionals can earn a great deal more money than people in other important professions. Some people think this is fully justified, while others believe it is unfair. -Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

IELTS WRITING Task 2

Q-Successful sports-professionals can earn a great deal more money than people in other important professions. Some people think this is fully justified, while others believe it is unfair.

-Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

 Model answer

As a result of constant media attention, sports professionals in my country have become stars and celebrities, and those at the top are paid huge salaries. Just like movie stars, they live extravagant lifestyles with huge houses and cars.

Many people find their rewards unfair, especially when comparing these super salaries with top surgeons, research scientists, or even leading politicians responsible for governing the country. However, sports salaries are not determined by considering the contribution to society a person makes or the level of responsibility they hold. Instead, they represent the sport's overall appeal and the level of public support that successful athletes may garner. As a result, the concept of "fairness" is irrelevant.

Those who believe that sports players' pay is appropriate may argue that only a tiny percentage of pros have inherent talent. However, money is a way of recognizing a person's ability and devotion to succeed. Furthermore, competition is constant, and a player's abilities are tested every time they perform during their relatively brief career.

Finally, there is much media pressure, and there isn't much privacy when you're not in the spotlight. As a result, all of these factors could be sufficient to justify the high pay.

The sums of money earned by such athletes are less extravagant than those obtained by movie stars. Nonetheless, it suggests that athletics are valued more highly in our culture than more significant jobs and accomplishments.



IELTS WRITING Task 2 Q-Using a computer every day can have more negative than positive effects on your children. -Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS WRITING Task 2

Q-Using a computer every day can have more negative than positive effects on your children.

-Do you agree or disagree?

Model answer

I believe that spending too much time on the computer every day might negatively impact young children. This is partly because, regardless of what a young kid uses the laptop for, sitting in front of a screen for too long can harm their eyes and physical posture.

The primary source of concern, though, is the sort of computer games that youngsters enjoy. These are usually electronic games that are pretty fierce and aggressive. Furthermore, the player is often the game's hero, and too much exposure can lead to youngsters being self-centered and insensitive to others.

Even if youngsters use computers for other purposes, such as accessing information or contacting pals, they cannot replace human interaction. Spending time with other children and experiencing nonvirtual experiences is an essential element of a child's growth that a computer cannot provide.

Regardless, the apparent advantages of computer skills for young children cannot be overlooked. In terms of technology, their adult world will be continuously evolving, and the Internet is the gateway to all of the knowledge and information available in the globe today. As a result, children must learn to utilize equipment passionately and confidently at a young age, as they will require these abilities throughout their academic and career life.

The critical thing, in my opinion, is to ensure that young children do not use computers excessively. Parents must make sure that their children learn to appreciate various activities rather than sitting at home and learning to live in a virtual world.

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IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-School children are becoming far too dependent on computers. This is having an alarming-effect on reading and writing skills. Teachers need to avoid using computers in the classroom at all costs and go back to teaching basic study skills. -Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-School children are becoming far too dependent on computers. This is having an alarming-effect on reading and writing skills. Teachers need to avoid using computers in the classroom at all costs and go back to teaching basic study skills.

-Do you agree or disagree?

Model answer

Our attitude to learning has altered as a result of contemporary technologies. Students, for example-are, are no longer required to copy notes from the chalkboard by hand; instead, the teacher provides them with a photocopy. Students give a typed-up copy of their work rather than messy ink and pen. Their machine even double-checks their spelling. Unfortunately, some individuals feel that contemporary technology will take over a lot of our thinking and loses the capacity to think for ourselves as a result.

Spelling abilities, in my opinion, have decreased in recent years. Many young people use their phones to send text messages, where speed and conciseness are more critical than spelling or grammar. Some professors remark that these pupils approach their tasks with the same mentality.

Typed assignments, on the other hand, are considerably easier to read and neater. I find it nearly hard to understand specific handwritten notes or messages. Doctors, for example, are known for their unreadable handwriting, which may lead to serious medical errors. So perhaps it's time we concentrated less on writing and more on correctly delivering information.

Access to the Internet has opened-up a new world of learning for us, which is one of the benefits of computers. For example, we no-longer have to wait for a book to come back from the library that has already been checked out. Instead, the Internet can be utilized to research the same way a library can, but much more quickly.

Rather than holding children back, I feel that contemporary technology has significantly enhanced educational standards.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Many families find it necessary for both parents to go out to work in today's competitive world. While some say the children in many families benefit from the additional income, others feel they lack support because of their parent's absence. -Which viewpoint do you agree with?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Many families find it necessary for both parents to go out to work in today's competitive world. While some say the children in many families benefit from the additional income, others feel they lack support because of their parent's absence.

-Which viewpoint do you agree with?

 Model answer

An average family consisted of a father who worked outside the home and a mother who stayed at home and cared for their children. Both parents are expected to work nowadays. This scenario can have both beneficial and harmful consequences for children.

Some individuals believe that children whose parents work are better because they can afford simple indulgences like new clothes, video games, or cell phones. Furthermore, proponents of this viewpoint say that children may enjoy and experience more from life, such as traveling on international vacations because of their parents' additional income.

However, some argue that when both parents work, their children succeed as well.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The tables below give information about the amount of beer and fruit juice consumed per person per year in different countries.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The tables below give information about the amount of beer and fruit juice consumed per person per year in different countries.


 Model answer

The tables illustrate the annual beer and fruit juice consumption per person in various nations across the world.

Ireland is the country where beer is most popular, with the typical Irish person consuming 155 litres per year. With 119 litres per person, Germany is in second place. All of the top six nations in terms of beer consumption are European. In seventh and eighth place, respectively, are Australia and the United States, with the Netherlands and Finland consuming the least beer of the countries named. The average annual beer consumption in Finland is 79 litres.

The country in Canada that drinks the greatest amount of fruit juice per capita. Canadians use 52.6 litres of water per year on average, about twice the amount consumed by New Zealand, which ranks last in the ranking. The United States, another North American country, is rated second in the ranking, with German drinkers consuming an average of 38.6 litres per year. Swedes use 35.5 litres of fruit juice each year, which is about the same as Australians. Finnish and British people consume 33 and 29.3 litres of water per year, respectively.


IELTS Writing task 2 Q-Many people say that the only way to guarantee to get a good job is to complete a university education. However, others claim that it is better to start work after school and gain experience in work. -How far do you agree or disagree with the above views?

IELTS Writing task 2

Q-Many people say that the only way to guarantee to get a good job is to complete a university education. However, others claim that it is better to start work after school and gain experience in work.

-How far do you agree or disagree with the above views?

Model answer

Most individuals undoubtedly assume that having a university degree is the only way to acquire a decent career. However, this is true in some instances, while a degree is not helpful in others.

To begin with, many people aspire to be certified professionals, and becoming a doctor or a lawyer, for example, requires a degree. Another perk of graduating from university is that you will have more career options. Most companies will be more pleased by a candidate with a bachelor's degree than by one with merely a high school diploma since it demonstrates a certain level of intellect and knowledge and the ability to communicate effectively.

On the other side, starting your job early may have certain advantages, particularly if your chosen sector does not generally need a university education. This would apply to someone who aspires to be a car mechanic or a fashion designer, for example, and who would not benefit from attending university. While others are studying for a degree, the hands-on experience you get at work might provide you a unique edge. I read once of a man who dropped out of school at the age of sixteen and became a wealthy and successful investment broker. He said that working in his chosen industry taught him all he needed to know and that a degree would not have helped him anymore.

To summarise, it is feasible to have a decent career without attending university. However, some professions, such as law, need a degree, and, as previously said, a University degree may open more doors while seeking work.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The graph below shows the Demand for electricity in England during typical-days in winter and summer. The pie-chart shows how electricity is used in an average English-home.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The graph below shows the Demand for electricity in England during typical-days in winter and summer. The pie-chart shows how electricity is used in an average English-home.


 Model answer

The graph depicts the demand for power in England on typical winter and summer days. The pie chart represent the usage of electricity in a typical English home.

The graph shows demand peaks around 2100 in the winter and troughs around 400 in the summer, with demand being almost constant between 1200 and 2100 in the winter. During the summer, on the other hand, demand peaks at about 1300 and troughs around 900, with an almost continuous range between 1550 and 2000.

The curve progressively grows over time, reaching 40000 units of power by 3 a.m. A steady drop follows this to 30000 units at 9 o'clock. After then, there is a steady increase to a stationary level of around 40000 units between 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock. Then, over the next hour, there is a rapid increase to its maximum before dropping to a lower level at the end of the day.

The curve progressively diminishes in the summer, reaching a bottom limit of a little more than 10000 units about 9 o'clock. After then, there is a steady climb to a peak of 20000, after which there is a stagnant period between 3 p.m. and 10 p.m.

On the other hand, the pie chart reveals that 52.5 percent of power is utilized to heat rooms and water. Furthermore, 17.5 percent is used to power ovens, kettles, and washing machines. Lighting for television and radio accounts for 15% of the total. Finally, vacuum cleaners, food mixes, and electric tools account for 15% of total consumption.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-As mass communication and transport continue to grow, societies are becoming more and more alike, leading to a phenomenon known-as globalization. Some people fear that globalization will-inevitably lead to the total loss of cultural-identity.

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-As mass communication and transport continue to grow, societies are becoming more and more alike, leading to a phenomenon known-as globalization. Some people fear that globalization will-inevitably lead to the total loss of cultural-identity.

 

 Model answer

Globalization means that people all around the world are becoming more and more alike in certain aspects. We frequently consume the same foods, watch the same television shows, listen to the same music, and dress in the same manner. At the very least, some of this may be attributed to the globalisation of multinational brands.

Intersetingly, it may look like that the world's cultural variety is disappearing. If, as the argument goes, people in Tokyo and London look and dress alike, then cultural differences must be vanishing. In contrast, I would argue that this is a rather limited definition of culture, and that cultural distinctions exist now as they have always existed.

More than simply the movies we watch or the jeans we wear contribute to our cultural identity. Shared values are the bedrock of cultural identity. When you take a close look at different cultures, you'll see that what's important to one culture may be very different from what's important to another.

Consider my own culture, India, and contrast it with Japan's extremely distinct culture. Inspite of the fact that I have never visited Japan, I feel it is a society that values hard work and frequently works long hours. Indians, on the other hand, place a high importance on their free time and seek to spend maxmimum time with their families. As a result, even if we eat the identical things, I would say that we have some significant disparities.

To recapitulate, despite the global impact of major corporations and their goods, I do not believe that total cultural identity loss is unavoidable.


IELTS Writing task 1 Q-Charts A and B show the UK and Australian cinema market share in 2001 and cinema-admission in the U.K. and Australia from 1976 to 2006.

IELTS Writing task 1

Q-Charts A and B show the UK and Australian cinema market share in 2001 and cinema-admission in the U.K. and Australia from 1976 to 2006.

 

Answer

The movie industry's proportion of the Australian and UK cinema markets in 2001 is depicted in Chart (A).

In both nations, American films dominated the market, with 77 percent of the market in the UK and 67 percent in Australia. Films from the United Kingdom accounted for 21% of the UK cinema market and 6% of the Australian market. On the other side, while Australian films accounted for 11% of all films screened in Australia, no Australian films were shown in the United Kingdom. In Australia, foreign films had a 16 percent market share, compared to barely 2 percent in the United Kingdom.

Since 1976, the chart (B) depicts cinema admissions in the United Kingdom and Australia. In the early 1980s, movie attendance declined in both nations. Admissions in Australia declined from slightly about 40 million in 1980 to around 30 million in 1984–6, whereas in the United Kingdom, the decline was considerably more severe (from 100 million in 1980 to less than 60 million in 1984). However, both nations' industries have recovered since then. In 2001, nearly 150 million people visited the cinema in the United Kingdom, while 90 million people visited the cinema in Australia.

Overall, the statistics demonstrate that cinema has grown in popularity in both nations over the last 15 years, but that the films shown in Australia have a different genesis story.


IELTS Writing task 2 Q-More and more qualified people move from poor to rich-countries to fill vacancies in specialist-areas like engineering, computing, and medicine. Some people think that by encouraging the movement of such-people, rich-countries are stealing from developing countries. However, others feel that this is only part of the natural movement of workers around the world. -Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing task 2

Q-More and more qualified people move from poor to rich-countries to fill vacancies in specialist-areas like engineering, computing, and medicine.

Some people think that by encouraging the movement of such-people, rich-countries are stealing from developing countries. However, others feel that this is only part of the natural movement of workers around the world.

-Do you agree or disagree?

 Sample answer

The so-called "brain drain" from poor to affluent nations is already depriving poorer countries of critical professionals such as physicians, nurses, and engineers, and the trend is expected to continue, if not worsen.

Some argue that the global migration of people is not a new occurrence. Migrant workers have traditionally been drawn to large cities in their home countries and abroad because they provide a wider range of career options and more important possibilities. As the modern era progressed and increasingly wealthy nations found themselves in need of employees to fuel their growth, they were forced to look for labour in other areas of the world. Many wealthy European nations, for example, are now attempting to recruit competent IT employees from India by providing greater pay than they might expect at home. The world has become more globalised as a result of globalisation.

Others, including myself, believe that steps should be made to solve the problem by financially compensating poorer nations for the loss of investment in the people they have trained, such as physicians and nurses. Although it may be difficult to implement, an attempt may be made to get it off the ground. Another stage, which has already begun in certain ways, is to harness the forces of globalisation. Western governments might, for example, encourage individuals to stay in their own countries by investing directly in initiatives such as computer manufacturers or, as is now the case, sending patients overseas for treatment.

It's impossible to limit people's mobility throughout the world, and it's probably futile to try, but efforts should be made to fix the imbalance.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The chart below shows male and female fitness membership between 1970 and 2000.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The chart below shows male and female fitness membership between 1970 and 2000.


 Model answer

Over thirty years, the graph depicts male and female fitness membership. The vertical-axis shows the number of members. From 1970 until 2000, the horizontal axis shows the period.

Overall, the graph shows that males have more substantial swings in fitness membership than women. Male membership began at slightly over two thousand and peaked at four thousand in 1975 and five thousand in 1995. The lowest rates occurred in 1985 and, more recently, in 2000, when the rate fell below 1,000.

Female fitness membership began at 1,000, quadrupled by 1975, and then remained between two and three thousand for the rest of the time. Female rates were more excellent while male rates were at their lowest. This was especially apparent in 1985 when over 3,000 women were members of a fitness center.

In summary, there were significant disparities in male and female fitness memberships rates over the study period.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Some people consider computers to be more of a hindrance than a help. Others believe that they have significantly increased human potential. How could computers be considered a hindrance?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Some people consider computers to be more of a hindrance than a help. Others believe that they have significantly increased human potential.

How could computers be considered a hindrance?

 Sample answer

It's simple to see why some individuals feel computers are a hindrance rather than an aid. Without the use of a computer, tasks like getting a refund or altering a ticket are straightforward. Once one is involved, however, the procedure can become time-consuming, complicated, and error-prone. There can be at least one set of issues created by a system failure for every hour saved by computers in an office setting.

 

Another factor to consider is that excessive computer use in the house has the potential to take significant amounts of free time away from things like socializing, tasking exercise, and eating dinner with your family. 

However, it would be over-simplifying to say that computers have a negative influence in general. Huge strides have been made in communications, medical, design, education, and various other disciplines. Nowadays, almost all of human knowledge is as close as the next internet connection. The way most people in the industrialized world live has changed dramatically as a result of computers. (Though it should be remembered that the vast majority of the planet's population have never even touched a computer keyboard.)

Computers' advantages far outnumber their drawbacks. So the question isn't whether computers assist or hurt people, but if they use them all of the time.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The chart below shows the GDP growth per year for three countries between 2007 and 2010.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The chart below shows the GDP growth per year for three countries between 2007 and 2010.


 Model answer

From 2007 to 2010, the graph depicts yearly GDP growth for three nations.

Tunisia had by far the highest rate of growth, at close to 6.3 percent per year, by 2007. On a worldwide scale, this figure is double that of Ecuador and three times that of Japan.

However, by 2008, the pattern had shifted significantly; the Japanese annual GDP had quadrupled, and Ecuador's GDP had also increased, while Tunisia's annual GDP had fallen to 4.5 percent. Tunisia's decreasing trend continued throughout 2009 and 2010, with unemployment reaching a low of 3% by the year's conclusion.

Ecuador's GDP dropped dramatically to just under 1.5 percent in 2009 and only marginally increased to 2.3 percent in 2010. On the other hand, Japan's GDP increased considerably during this period, and by 2010, it had more than caught up to Tunisia's GDP numbers from 2007.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Machine translation (MT) is slower and less accurate than human translation, and there is no immediate or predictable-likelihood of machines taking over this role from humans. Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Machine translation (MT) is slower and less accurate than human translation, and there is no immediate or predictable-likelihood of machines taking over this role from humans.

Do you agree or disagree?


 Sample answer

Over the previous four-decades, there have been tremendous technological advancements. For example, in today's world, cell phones and e-mail communication are commonplace. Machines that translate from one-language to another, on the other hand, are still in their infancy.

A machine, it appears, will never be able to perform, and a person, particularly when it comes to understanding what people are saying. Engines can, of course, interpret statements like "Where is the bank?" but even basic concepts aren't always clear because their meaning is based on more than just words. For instance /, In English, the term "bank" has numerous diverse connotations. So, how does a translating computer work?

You must evaluate the speakers' relationship to their circumstances to comprehend what they are saying. A machine, for example, cannot distinguish between the English word "Look out!" which means "Be cautious!" and "Look out!" which means "Put your head out the window."

 As a result, having a person interpret the scenario would be beneficial.

Similarly, because people seldom translate every word, it is difficult for a machine to understand written language. On the other hand, we try to imagine how the concept might be stated in another language. This is difficult since each language has its own set of rules for doing and expressing things.

As a result, I believe that robots will not be able to take the position of people in the field of translation and interpretation. However, if machines can learn to reason, they may fill this function in the future.

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IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The pie charts below show electricity generation by source in New Zealand and Germany in 1980 and 2010.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The pie charts below show electricity generation by source in New Zealand and Germany in 1980 and 2010.


 Model answer

The graphs compare the power sources in New Zealand and Germany between 1980 and 2010. Electricity generation nearly quadrupled during these years, going from 127 to 200 units in New Zealand and 107 to 214 units in Germany.

In 1980, coal was New Zealand's leading source of energy (56 units), with the rest coming from natural gas, hydropower (30 units each), and petroleum (which produced only 11 units). By 2010, coal has become the primary energy source, accounting for more than 75% of total generation, with hydro accounting for the remaining 20%.

On the other hand, Germany utilized coal for only 28 units in 1980, equaled by natural gas. The remaining 49 units were made mainly by petroleum and nuclear power, with only seven coming from hydro. However, by 2010, nuclear power, which had previously been underutilized in New Zealand, had evolved into the primary source, providing over 75 percent of the country's electricity (155 units), compared to just 55 teams from coal and petroleum. As a result, other sources have lost their significance.

These two nations relied on distinct primary fuel sources by 2010, with New Zealand depending on coal and Germany relying on nuclear power.


IELTS Writing task 2 Q-Some people think that professional athletes make good role models for young people, while others believe they don't. -Discuss both these points of view and give your own opinion.

IELTS Writing task 2

Q-Some people think that professional athletes make good role models for young people, while others believe they don't.

-Discuss both these points of view and give your own opinion.


 Sample answer

People all across the world like watching sports. Many elite athletes are well-liked in their nations, and some even have international followings. Many athletes are viewed as role models by young people who aspire to look, behave, and live their life like these celebrities. While some athletes do not deserve to be called "role models," others behave as role models and responsible members of their communities.

Young people pay attention to top athletes. Professional sports are popular among most youngsters and teens. Star athletes symbolize heroes to many of them, and youngsters aspire to be like their heroes. This implies they'll desire to participate in sports, which is beneficial to their health. Teamwork, discipline, goal-setting, and the reality of coping with success and loss are all essential life skills learned via sports. Professional athletes illustrate the value of putting in the effort to attain a goal or practice to improve at something consistently. This is a fantastic model for youngsters to emulate.

Professional athletes, on the other hand, are not necessarily ideal role models. For one thing, when young athletes achieve celebrity, they receive media attention, significant financial rewards, and social involvement. This may encourage children to assume that sports are all about money and fame. As a result, youngsters may place a greater emphasis on these characteristics than on the game's enjoyment or the difficulty of learning to play well. Then there are the misbehaving athletes. Some people, for example, cheat to win games or take drugs to boost their performance. This type of action teaches youngsters the incorrect lesson.

Athletes are persons who hold a high social status due to their fame and riches. These characteristics inspire individuals to idolize athletes and model their lives after their achievements. As a result, we may infer that professional athletes can be excellent role models for youngsters if they emphasize the positive elements of sports participation.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The following diagram shows how greenhouse gases trap energy from the Sun. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The following diagram shows how greenhouse gases trap energy from the Sun. Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below.


Answers

-The Sun's energy is transferred to the Earth as heat. Some of this heat energy is then emitted into space, while some are retained in the atmosphere by greenhouse gases and reflected Earth. This is a natural process, but human activities have increased greenhouse gases in recent decades, causing the atmosphere to retain too much heat.

Carbon dioxide is one of the most significant greenhouse gases. Because carbon fuels are used as a source of energy in power plants, companies, and households, large amounts of this are emitted/have been released into the atmosphere. Furthermore, exhaust fumes from automobiles and trucks result in/have resulted in additional carbon dioxide emissions.

By collecting carbon dioxide through their leaves, plants help to remove part of it from the atmosphere. However, when substantial forest tracts in the Amazon and elsewhere are felled/are being felled/have been felled, less carbon dioxide gets absorbed in this manner.


IELTS Writing task 2 -Many people believe that media coverage of celebrities is hurting children. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

IELTS Writing task 2

-Many people believe that media coverage of celebrities is hurting children.

Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Model answer-

Celebrity news used to be restricted to gossip sections in newspapers; however, it is not uncommon for celebrities to be featured on the front page of newspapers. There is evidence that the public believes there is too much coverage of stars in the news. Unsurprisingly, many, particularly youngsters, are concerned about how this may affect them.

One of the potential drawbacks of the celebrity cult is the temptation to conflate fame and infamy. Famous scandals get just as much attention as celebrity accomplishments. Indeed, some celebrities have gotten more attention for their drug and alcohol abuse than for their achievements on the stage or sports. As a result, attention-seeking youngsters may grow to accept misbehaving as usual. The focus on public figures may come at the price of accurate journalistic coverage. News concerning serious events and topics that significantly impact people's lives may seem dull compared to the superficial thrill of celebrity gossip. As a remark

Celebrity's detrimental impact on youngsters may also be observed in their professional ambitions. Young people nowadays are far more inclined to regard themselves as prospective athletes or celebrities. Moreover, the media's frequent use of these data may impression that such jobs are numerous. As a result, youngsters may form unreasonable expectations that they, too, will become wealthy and renowned.

In conclusion, the "cult of fame" may harm children in several ways. First, to create a more realistic picture of society, appropriate conduct, and themselves, children must be taught to analyze what they see in the media critically.


IELTS Writing task 1 Q-The table below shows the average band scores for students from different language groups taking the IELTS General Test in 2010.

IELTS Writing task 1

Q-The table below shows the average band scores for students from different language groups taking the IELTS General Test in 2010.


 Model answer

The table below shows the breakdown of IELTS General Test scores in 2010. It displays individual results for each of the four modules (Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking) and total band scores for students from four distinct language groups throughout the world.

In terms of total band scores, German speakers received the highest. Furthermore, they outperformed all four language groups (Listening, Writing, Speaking).

Candidates who spoke French had the second-best total score of 6.7 out of 9, followed by Malay and Indonesian speakers. Although French speakers did not do as well as Indonesian and Malay speakers in the Reading, Speaking, and Listening modules, there was a substantial difference in their Writing grades. In comparison to Indonesian and Malay applicants, these scores were excellent. Surprisingly, Malay speakers received the best rates of all four language groups for the Reading module while having the lowest total score.

Finally, it's worth noting that the results for each module demonstrate that, on average, all students received the highest rating.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q: In general, people do not have a close relationship with their neighbors as they did in the past. Why is this so, and what can be done to improve contact between neighbors?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q: In general, people do not have a close relationship with their neighbors as they did in the past.

Why is this so, and what can be done to improve contact between neighbors?

 

 Model answer

Neighbors used to be an essential part of people's social lives, and they would aid them when they had issues. However, people nowadays are generally unfamiliar with their neighbors, leading to a much more secluded existence.

We have less interaction with our neighbors for a variety of reasons:

Our way of living has become more mobile. As a result, people may move around a lot, making their connections with their neighbors more shallow. People nowadays frequently live and work in multiple locations. As a result, people establish closer ties with their coworkers than they do with their neighbors. We spend more time inside our house as a result of our modern lifestyles.

As a result, we don't talk to the folks in our area as much as we used to. 

There are various approaches, in my opinion, to strengthen neighborly relations. First and foremost, local governments may create common facilities such as children's playgrounds and community centers where neighbors can gather and establish friends. Next, when new neighbors move into a street, the residents should greet them and introduce themselves. Finally, residents of a road or small district should join neighborhood associations and gather regularly to address issues that impact them.

Finally, these recommendations are unlikely to make neighbors as necessary in our lives as they formerly were. They will, however, assist us in making our connections with our neighbors more valued and valuable.

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IELTS Writing task 1 Q-The table below shows the number of medals won by the top ten countries in the London 2012 Olympic Games.

IELTS Writing task 1

Q-The table below shows the number of medals won by the top ten countries in the London 2012 Olympic Games.


 Model answer

The table below shows how many medals the top 10 countries earned at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

The United States received the most prizes overall, with a total of 104. In addition, they earned more gold medals than silver and more medals in both categories than any other country. China received the second-most prizes, with 88, and, like the United States, earned more silver awards than gold medals.

While Russia's silver medal total was higher than Great Britain's, they came up short in the gold medals department, earning only 24. Thus, despite having a lower overall medal tally than Russia, Great Britain was placed third in the standings due to the number of gold medals earned.

Similarly, Germany was much more successful than South Korea in earning prizes, with 44 to South Korea's 28. Despite this, South Korea was ranked higher than Germany because they won two more gold medals. In this group, Australia had the most deficient performance, earning only seven gold and sixteen silver medals.



IELTS Writing task 2 Q-It is generally believed that the Internet is an excellent means of communication, but some people-suggest that it may not be the best-place to find information.

IELTS Writing task 2

Q-It is generally believed that the Internet is an excellent means of communication, but some people-suggest that it may not be the best-place to find information.

 

Model answer

For many people, using the Internet has become a part of their daily routine. They use it to purchase plane tickets, stay up to date on international events, and keep track of their favorite football team's fortunes. Furthermore, millions of individuals worldwide join social networking organizations where they remain in touch with their friends and family members who live far-away. These are all wonderful ways to explore the Internet, in my opinion.

There are several good-websites where you can look up things like someone's biographical information or global warming data when it comes to gathering information. Data obtained via the Internet, on the other hand, should be utilized with caution since, although there are certain benefits, there are also some drawbacks.

Some students make use of websites that provide pre-written homework. However, even if you disregard the fact that it is cheating, this is not a wise idea because such websites may include factual inaccuracies or biased viewpoints. For example, a student recently got herself into significant difficulty after submitting an essay from one of these sites only to realize that it was about Austria, not Australia and that the title was incorrect.

Nonetheless, individuals from all over the world may now study or do business on an equal basis, which was unthinkable only a few years ago. As a result, the Internet is an excellent method to interact and discover knowledge in general, as long as it is used properl


IELTS Writing TASK 1 Q-The graph below gives information about international tourist arrivals in five countries.

IELTS Writing TASK 1

Q-The graph below gives information about international tourist arrivals in five countries.


 Model answer

Between 1995 and 2010, the graph depicts the total number of tourist arrivals in five nations. For example, more than 70 million visitors visited the United States in 1995, more than twice as many as France's second most popular country.

In contrast, between 2005 and 2010, the number of visitors visiting the United States decreased by around 1,500,000, whereas the number of tourists visiting France increased by over 20 million. As a result, in 2010, the number of tourists coming to the United States and France was about equal, with each country receiving over 90 million visitors.

With time, the number of visitors visiting Malaysia increased gradually, but by 2010, the total was still under 50 million. Brazil and Egypt were the nations with the fewest tourist arrivals. Between 1995 and 2000, the number of visitors visiting was comparable, but travelers visiting Egypt increased significantly more than tourists visiting Brazil.


IELTS Writing TASK 2 Q-In some countries, an increasing number of people are suffering from health problems due to overeating fast-food. Therefore, governments must impose a higher-tax on this kind of food. -To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

IELTS Writing TASK 2

Q-In some countries, an increasing number of people are suffering from health problems due to overeating fast-food. Therefore, governments must impose a higher-tax on this kind of food.

-To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

 Sample answer

Without question, the expansion of the fast-food business has influenced eating patterns and health in many civilizations throughout the world. As a result of fatty and sugar-rich foods, diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease, and respiratory issues are rising. The question is whether a more significant tax would help or hurt this scenario.

The additional tax may appear reasonable from an economic standpoint. In contrast, in nations like the USA, Australia, and the United Kingdom, the healthcare system spends a significant portion of its money on people who have diet-related health issues. It might be claimed that these people's eating habits are to blame for their diseases. 

However, we must consider which socioeconomic groups eat fast food as a staple of their diet. According to statistics, lower-income groups consume more of this meal than higher-income groups. One probable explanation is that fast food is far less expensive than fresh vegetables. Many governments provide considerable subsidies to farmers that supply maize, wheat, and cattle to the fast-food sector. On the other hand, fruits and vegetables are not subsidized. Many households, according to research, cannot afford to buy nutritious food or pay increased taxes on fast food. Fast food isn't a luxury for them; it's a need.

Finally, increasing the tax on fast food does not appear to be the solution. If the government opts to do so, it will only result in more poverty and suffering.


IELTS Writing task 1 Q-The chart below shows the total number of minutes (in millions) of telephone calls in Finland, divided into three categories, from 1995 – 2004.

IELTS Writing task 1

Q-The the chart below shows the total number of minutes (in millions) of telephone-calls in Finland, divided into three categories, from 1995 – 2004.


 Model answer

Between 1995 and 2004, the graphic depicts how much time Finns spent on various phone conversations.

Local landline calls peaked in 1995 at 12000 million minutes and peaked again in 2000 at slightly under 17000 million minutes. However, despite reaching a high of 17000 million the following year, calls had dropped to 1995 levels by 2004.

National and international landline calls increased gradually from 6000 million to 10500 million after the study period, but the increase decreased in the last two years.

The number of mobile calls increased dramatically from 250 to 9800 million minutes. This increase was most evident between 2000 and 2004 when the number of mobile phones more than quadrupled.

To To summarise, while local landline calls were the most common in 2004, the difference between the three groups decreased significantly in the second half of the study period.



IELTS Writing task 2 Q-Some people choose to eat no meat or fish. They believe that this is better for their health and benefits the world as a whole. -Discuss this view and give your own opinion.

IELTS Writing task 2

Q-Some people choose to eat no meat or fish. They believe that this is better for their health and benefits the world as a whole.

-Discuss this view and give your own opinion.

 Sample answer

The number of vegetarians in a society may be determined by various factors, including the country's customs, wealth, religion, or age group. As a result, people's motivations for avoiding meat and fish in their diet may differ.

Some people choose to become vegetarians in the hopes of improving their health. Overeating meat, particularly red meat, is unquestionably not a good idea. Furthermore, the fact that there are healthy populations in regions of the globe where no one consumes meat indicates that it is not an essential element of the human diet, as some people believe. In contrast, it is necessary to ensure that enough protein is obtained from other sources. Where vegetarianism is not a cultural norm, this may need considerable forethought.

People becoming vegans are pretty standard in my experience, either because they believe eating meat is selfish or because meat production contributes to global warming. They may also think that there would be no food crisis if no one ate meat since meat production depletes food resources. This ideological viewpoint is appealing, yet it is difficult to determine whether it is correct.

In specific households, a teenager's decision to become a vegetarian may motivate a sense of defiance. This conduct might be construed as a critique of their parents' lifestyle. On the other hand, parents should not raise concerns if their children continue to eat healthily, in my opinion. Vegetarianism is a healthy lifestyle option. Furthermore, evidence suggests that vegetarians are generally healthier than meat-eaters in a variety of ways.

In principle, becoming a vegetarian is a good idea because it has established health advantages and is likely to have social benefits. However, it does not fit everyone, and I doubt it will ever be a universal option.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The bar chart below gives information about the number of students studying Computer Science at a UK university between 2010 and 2012.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The bar chart below gives information about the number of students studying Computer Science at a UK university between 2010 and 2012.


Over three years, the bar chart depicts the number of male and female students studying Computer Science at a UK institution. It also specifies if the students were domestic or international.

The number of overseas students was substantially lower than the number of domestic students. Nonetheless, between 2010 and 2012, there was a statistical increase in the latter category. In addition, the number of female home students finally surpassed the number of male home students, reaching a peak of 45 in 2012.

The most significant changes occurred in 2011, when the number of male home students decreased from just under 40 to 24, while the number of females increased from 32 to 44. There was also a substantial increase in male international students, which increased from 20 in 2010 to 39 in 2012. Consequently, we can observe that the number of students at the institution is expanding.



IELTS Writing TASK 2 Q-Many people believe that formal “pen and paper” examinations are not the best method of assessing educational achievement. -Discuss this view and give your own opinion.

IELTS Writing TASK 2

Q-Many people believe that formal “pen and paper” examinations are not the best method of assessing educational achievement.

-Discuss this view and give your own opinion.

Sample answer

Exams are one of the most widely used techniques of assessing learning in educational institutions worldwide. Exams are utilized at almost every learning process to ensure that the learner is ready to move on to the next step. Many others, however, feel that the function of exams should be reassessed.

Exams provide several advantages. By enforcing the exact requirements on all exam participants, they assist in assuring fairness. They're also quite adaptable; different exam questions, such as multiple-choice and essay tasks, may evaluate various thinking skills. Exams, on the other hand, have clear disadvantages. Candidates can often score well on examinations even if they lack the necessary information or abilities. On the other hand, some test takers struggle in tests merely because they are nervous. Furthermore, some teachers and students concentrate just on those curriculum elements that are likely to be assessed, limiting the educational experience for all students.

To address these issues, several steps should be taken. First, exams should, as far as feasible, correspond to the content and activities of the learning environment. Second, exam tasks should be diversified to provide candidates with a level playing field. Finally, other evaluation methods should be explored, such as assignment writing to test independent learning and research abilities or group projects to assess teamwork ability.

Exams serve an essential role in ensuring that achievement is assessed correctly and objectively. On the other hand, Exams must be adequately prepared and complimented with different types of evaluation if they are to be a significant part of the educational system.



IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The diagram below shows the production of steam using a gas-cooled nuclear reactor.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The diagram below shows the production of steam using a gas-cooled nuclear reactor.


Answer

The reactor plus a heat exchanger make up a gas-cooled nuclear reactor. The reactor's uranium fuel elements are surrounded by graphite moderators, with charge tubes for loading fuel elements and boron control rods on top. A concrete screen surrounds the whole reactor, which is housed in a pressure vessel.

Radiation shielding from the reactor is provided by the hot gas flowing through a conduit into the heat exchanger outside the concrete. Steam is created in a secondary loop of the heat exchanger. A pipe brings in water that has been heated to steam, which is then sent to the turbo-alternator. Meanwhile, the hot gas sinks to the bottom of the heat exchanger and is forced by a gas blower back to the reactor through an excellent gas duct.

As can be seen, this is a continuous cycle that prevents the reactor from overheating while transporting the heat and steam to the turbines.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Social media is becoming increasingly popular amongst all age groups. However, sharing personal information on social media websites does have risks. Do you think that the advantages of social media outweigh the disadvantages?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Social media is becoming increasingly popular amongst all age groups. However, sharing personal information on social media websites does have risks.

Do you think that the advantages of social media outweigh the disadvantages?

 Sample answer

Many individuals have been able to connect and keep up with the lives of their friends, family, coworkers, and even celebrities to previously unimaginable levels since the introduction of social media.

Social networking, on the other hand, has its drawbacks. Because social media is accessible to individuals of all ages, children may be exposed to adult content and may be contacted by strangers with unknown motives. Moreover, even if youngsters know who they're talking to on social media, the difficulties that come with it remain. For example, Cyberbullying between children and schoolchildren is regularly mentioned in the news and occurs on social media. This is problematic because it implies that even when children are at home and away from their bullies, they can still be bullied within their homes.

Adults, too, might have issues with social media. People frequently feel at ease expressing things on social media that they would never say in person. This may look like that you are untrustworthy to others. Employers may consider the nature of potential employees' social media posts to be improper, influencing their ability to obtain or maintain jobs.

As long as individuals are aware of the dangers of using social media and are cautious about posting only polite and respectable information, the benefits of social media much outweigh the drawbacks, and both adults and children should be able to profit from it.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The chart below shows the percentage of male and female teachers in six different educational settings in the UK in 2010.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The chart below shows the percentage of male and female teachers in six different educational settings in the UK in 2010.


 Answer

The bar chart depicts the gender of instructors at six different types of educational institutions in the United Kingdom in 2010. It illustrates how many male instructors there were against how many female teachers there were.

Women dominated the teaching profession in primary school, but not so much in lower and higher secondary education. It was especially true in infant schools, where female instructors made up more than 95% of the teaching staff. In primary school, the situation was similarly one-sided, with almost 90% of instructors being female.

This pattern was less evident at the secondary and higher secondary levels, with approximately equal male and female teachers. On the other hand, male instructors outnumbered female teachers in higher education, where the male-to-female ratio was twice that of women.

Overall, male instructors dominated at higher levels of schooling, whereas female teachers prevailed at lower levels.



IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Genetic engineering is a dangerous trend. It should be limited. To what extent do you agree?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Genetic engineering is a dangerous trend. It should be limited.

To what extent do you agree?

 Sample answer

In the realm of genetic engineering, significant progress has been made during the previous few decades. As a result, scientists may now alter genes for various objectives, ranging from agricultural advances to human gene research. The question is whether its progress should be constrained in any way. In this paper, I'll look at both sides of the debate.

To begin with, it is undeniable that genetic engineering has resulted in specific agricultural productivity improvements. Plants, for example, may now produce more fruit in less time. As a result of this success, additional plentiful harvests will be assured, allowing more people to be fed. Concerning the influence of genetic engineering on healthcare, proponents believe that it may be used to treat various illnesses, including cystic fibrosis and Alzheimer's disease. These illnesses cause tremendous pain in children and adults, but gene therapy offers hope for a better quality of life.

Despite these benefits, there are several demerits of genetic engineering that must be considered regularly. Critics say, for example, that genetically engineered plants have little nutritional value and lead to the eradication of weeds, which are essential to many insect species. Furthermore, in gene therapy, it is yet unknown how changing one gene, even if it is defective, would influence the human body's functioning in the long run.

In my opinion, the advantages of genetic engineering can exceed the disadvantages if governments and scientists properly evaluate the ramifications and prioritize people above business.



IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Compare the advantages and disadvantages of three of the following ways of learning a foreign language.

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Compare the advantages and disadvantages of three of the following ways of learning a foreign language.

State which you consider to be the most effective.

  • studying on your own
  • taking-lessons with a private-tutor
  • taking lessons as part of a class
  • taking lessons-online
  • going to live in a country where the language is spoken

 Sample answer

As the business has gotten more worldwide in recent years, learning a foreign language has become increasingly vital. However, despite numerous successful methods, living in a nation where the language is spoken is the most efficient.

People have traditionally learned languages in a classroom as part of a big group. It has the merit of allowing you to practice what you've learned with a variety of people. Furthermore, because a significant number of individuals are taught simultaneously, the prices for this type of instruction are generally low. The larger the group, however, the greater the demands on the teacher's time. As a result, students might not get the individual attention they require to improve.

Working with a private teacher provides you with a lot of one-on-one attention, which is unquestionably beneficial. In addition, the student can work at their speed. Working with a private teacher, on the other hand, may lack the social component that is so important in learning to speak effectively in a foreign language. It might also be out of reach for a lot of individuals.

Going to places where the language is spoken is by far the most natural method to learn it. Every social contact provides an opportunity to practice and exposes you to the wild, live language. Furthermore, by mimicking the people around you, you may develop a genuine accent. This isn't to suggest that there aren't any disadvantages. Many people experience culture shock when they go away from home, making it challenging to adapt to a new society.

To summarise, I believe that the benefits of studying in another nation much exceed the negatives, making it the most excellent alternative.


IELTS Writing task 1 Q-The graph below shows waste recycling rates in the U.S. from 1960 to 2011.

IELTS Writing task 1

Q-The graph below shows waste recycling rates in the U.S. from 1960 to 2011.


Answer

The graph shows the percentage and tonnes of garbage recycled in the United States from 1960 to 2011.

Between 1960 and 1970, the yearly proportion of waste recycled remained remarkably constant, a little over 6%. Over the next 15 years, it climbed marginally to 10.1 percent in 1985.

However, during the same period, the quantity of waste recycled quadrupled, from 5.6 million tonnes in 1960 to 16.7 million tonnes in 1985. Following this dramatic growth, between 1985 and 2011, when it peaked at 86.9 million tonnes, the quantity of waste material recycled increased substantially.

Similarly, the recycling rate increased rapidly from 1985 to 1995, then gradually over the next 15 years, peaking at 34.7 percent in 2011. However, compared to the overall quantity of garbage recycled each year, this statistic is still unsatisfactory.


IELTS Writing task 2 Q-Today's teenagers have more stressful lives than previous generations. Discuss this view and give your own opinion.

IELTS Writing task 2

Q-Today's teenagers have more stressful lives than previous generations.

Discuss this view and give your own opinion.

 Sample answer

Even though living conditions are improving, many individuals think that young people are under more stress than previous generations. The arguments around the topic of teen stress will be explored in this article.

To begin with, because we live in a current consumption world, kids are exposed to more items than previous generations. They witness celebrities with costly jewelry, clothes, and vehicles in movies and the media. Furthermore, youth-targeted advertising informs them about cutting-edge technologies such as digital music formats and mobile phones. As a result, teens are under pressure to get these goods. Some may claim that these strains are nothing new. However, I feel that such forces were not as intense in the past.

It may also be claimed that school demands are more significant than previously. Teenagers must excel in their education to fight for the most acceptable professions to obtain the lifestyle they see in the media. Increased levels of stress have been observed as a result of parental pressure, tests, and homework.

On the other hand, while it is true that modern civilization creates unique stressors, this does not indicate that pressure was not there earlier. Hunger and physical discomfort, and severe physical effort, such as laboring down a mine, would have generated significant anxiety levels in the past. These different elements must be considered in any balanced viewpoint.

To summarise, today's teens are stressed by materialism and scholastic expectations. Nonetheless, I believe these pressures are comparable to those faced by previous generations of teens



IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The bar chart below shows shares of expenditures for five major categories in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan in the year 2009.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The bar chart below shows shares of expenditures for five major categories in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan in the year 2009.


Answer-

In 2009, consumers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan assigned various proportions of total expenditure to categories including food, housing, and transportation, as shown in the bar chart.

Overall, the data shows that in 2009, the United States had more outstanding housing and healthcare proportion of total expenditures than Canada, the United Kingdom, and Japan, but Americans had the lowest clothes percentage. Among the countries examined, Canada had the most fabulous clothing and transportation shares, while Japan had the highest food share.

In 2009, the United States had the most significant housing spending proportion, accounting for 26% of total expenditures. With 24 % and 22%, respectively, the United Kingdom and Japan came in second and third. At 21%, Canada had the lowest housing share. Except for Japan, housing was the most crucial spending component in all nations.

With 17 percent and 15 percent, respectively, the United States and the United Kingdom had the next most significant transportation shares. Japan had the lowest percentage, at 10%. On the other hand, Canada had the highest transportation share of the four countries, at 20%.

On the other hand, consumers in Japan spent 23 percent of their total spending on food in 2009. With a 20 percent stake, the United Kingdom came in second. The lowest food spending shares were seen in Canada (15%) and the United States (14%) among the nations analyzed.



IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Many people believe that the high levels of violence in films today are causing severe social problems. -What are these problems, and how could they be reduced?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Many people believe that the high levels of violence in films today are causing severe social problems.

-What are these problems, and how could they be reduced?

Answer

For a long time, the rising quantity of violence depicted in movies has been a source of concern. Violence is made to look amusing, thrilling, and even something to imitate in such films. However, it appears to be becoming increasingly apparent that this trend is producing issues in our society.

To begin with, individuals who love such films cease connecting violence with any actual repercussions. As a result, individuals lose touch with reality and stop taking violence seriously or sympathizing with the victims. This is harmful to both people and society as a whole. Another concerning trend is that the heroes in these films are portrayed as admirable individuals, despite their violent characters. This causes susceptible people to assume that they may win respect and appreciation by imitating this violent conduct. As a result, violence rises, particularly in large cities throughout the world.

To address these issues, decisive action is required. On the one hand, the government should control the film business while also improving education. Producers must be prohibited from portraying needless violence in their films as 'fun.' Instead, films might focus on the sad repercussions of violent acts, educating people, particularly young people, about the reality of violence.

To summarise, seeing violence as entertainment has the potential to generate significant social issues. Only by regulating the business and informing the public about the genuine human misery that such brutality causes can this scenario be improved.



IELTS Writing task 1 Q-The map below is of the town of Canterbury. A new-school (S) is planned for the area. The map-shows two possible sites for the school.

 IELTS Writing task 1

Q-The map below is of the town of Canterbury. A new-school (S) is planned for the area. The map-shows two possible sites for the school.


 Model answer

The map depicts two possible locations for a new school in Canterbury and its environs.

The first location (S1) is in the countryside, northeast of the town center. It is located just outside of the town's central residential sector and close to the main road that connects Sturry and Canterbury. Therefore, it would be in a perfect position for students coming from Sturry, which is only 5 kilometers distant, and those living on Canterbury's east side. Students traveling from Chartham, 7 kilometers south of Canterbury, may reach the school using the main route that runs southwest of Canterbury.

The second location (S2) is in the heart of the town. There are benefits to this: it puts students from Sturry and Chartham within walking distance. Furthermore, pupils who reside in the town center's housing area should find it relatively straightforward to get to school. However, no parent would drive their child to school due to the no-traffic zone in the town center. Some parents may find it challenging to make travel plans as a result of this.



IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The graph below shows the changes in food consumption by Chinese people between 1985 and 2010.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The graph below shows the changes in food consumption by Chinese people between 1985 and 2010.


Answer

Between 1985 and 2010, the amount of fish, salt, and meat consumed per week in China increased.

Overall, fish intake increased while salt consumption decreased. Furthermore, while still at a modest level, meat consumption rose considerably during this time.

We can observe from the graph that Chinese people ate more fish than meat or salt during the time. In 1985, fish consumption was 610 grams, and by 1990, it had risen to 700 grams. After a drop in 1995, it gradually increased until reaching 850 grams in 2010.

Salt consumption, on the other hand, has been steadily decreasing. By 2010, the quantity consumed has progressively reduced from over 500 grams per person to approximately 200 grams. The weekly meat consumption began at around 100 grams. This, on the other hand, progressively grew with time. By 2010, it has reached the same level as salt consumption.

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IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-In the past, shopping was a routine domestic task. Many people these days regard it as a hobby. -Do you think this is a positive trend?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-In the past, shopping was a routine domestic task. Many people these days regard it as a hobby.

-Do you think this is a positive trend?

 Model answer

Shopping used to be a pain, but it has recently evolved into a leisure activity or enjoyable trip. It's questionable, in my opinion, whether this is a healthy development.

Purchasing food or consumer goods used to include visiting several stores, each with the same restricted selection. Customers were strapped for cash, and credit was scarce. In today's supermarkets and shopping malls, however, customers can find nearly everything. Spending money is made more fun by the pleasant setting, the wide range of items available, and attractions such as cafés and movies. Families nowadays spend limited time together because many parents work full-time. Families are typical in the local shopping mall on weekends, in my experience. One of the obvious advantages is that they are all together as a family.

Another detrimental consequence of this shift in thinking is its impact on young people who spend time in shopping malls worldwide. Advertising's impact and the availability of credit cards are the causes behind this. They are among friends in a safe atmosphere on the one hand, but it might lure them into purchasing items they do not need and lead to debt on the other. Furthermore, it would be better for their health if they went swimming with pals. However, this is not ideal, mainly if it leaves little time for other hobbies like sports.

Finally, I'd want to point you that this is not necessarily a good thing while shopping is becoming less tiresome. It may be appropriate for merchants, but it is not suitable for consumers if it takes the place of other, healthier activities.


Writing Task 1- The graph below shows the amount of money spent on books in Germany, France, Italy and Austria between 1995 and 2005. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant. Write at least 150 words.

The graph below shows the amount of money spent on books in Germany, France, Italy and Austria between 1995 and 2005.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.


 Model answer

The line graph compares the amount of money spent buying books in Germany, France, Italy, and Austria over ten years between 1995 and 2005.

In 1995 Austria spent the least amount of money on books, while Italy and France spent about as much as each other. However, by 2001, the gap in spending between these two countries had widened, and considerably more money was spent in France than in Italy.

As can be seen from the graph, the amount of money spent increased in all four countries but rose dramatically in Austria. The period between 2000 and 2005 saw a sharp growth, and in 2005 the Austrians spent three times as much money as they did in 1995.

However, during these ten years, Germany remained the biggest spenders on the book, with all three other countries spending much less on them.



IELTS Writing task 2 Q-Most people do not care enough about environmental issues. Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing task 2

Q-Most people do not care enough about environmental issues.

Do you agree or disagree?

 Model answer

It is undeniably true that environmental issues must be taken care of to avoid future disasters. Unfortunately, for various reasons, most people do not take this threat seriously enough. The following article will explain why most people are unconcerned about the environment.

Perhaps the biggest reason people do not think about the environment is that it does not touch their everyday lives. This is generally due to one's inability to recognize how global warming or pollution harms the ecosystem. People begin to analyze the causes of a catastrophe, such as floods, only after it occurred. These are quickly forgotten, and the issue is neglected once more. People do not know enough about environmental concerns, which is another reason they are disregarded.

Although it is common knowledge that recycling saves resources, this likely is the only action people take to assist the problem. The majority of people are aware of global warming and pollution, but they are unaware of its full effects. If they did, they would drive less and attempt to save resources at all costs.

Many individuals also assume that civilization will not be affected by environmental issues for another 50 to 100 years. As a result, many believe that future generations will be able to solve these issues.

Overall, while some individuals are entirely aware of the world's environmental issues, the bulk of the population still does not pay them the attention they need.



IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Some people argue that the government should give every unemployed person a mobile phone and make sure they have access to the Internet. They believe this is the best way of using public money to reduce the problem of unemployment. Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Some people argue that the government should give every unemployed person a mobile phone and make sure they have access to the Internet.

They believe this is the best way of using public money to reduce the problem of unemployment. Do you agree or disagree?

 Model answer-

Unemployment generates a slew of issues in society. Individuals suffer not just in terms of money but also in terms of self-esteem and health. When the bread-winner loses his or her job, other family members are always affected. To avoid boredom and hardship, young individuals without employment prospects may turn to drugs or criminality. For all of these reasons, any actions that can help to reduce unemployment should be applauded.

The priority for the job seeker is information, and here the Internet offers a unique tool. Job vacancies and training schemes can be accessed within minutes on a computer screen, saving time and money that would otherwise be spent visiting employment agencies or buying newspapers. In addition, the Internet can be beneficial in preparing for job interviews.

Once a suitable job vacancy has been identified, it's vital to respond quickly, and in this respect, it can be argued that a mobile phone is more convenient than a conventional phone. Since calls on a mobile can be costly, costs can quickly get out of hand unless monitored carefully.

It has to be said that, like any tools, the Internet and the mobile phone are only as good as their user. Both need to be used effectively, and of course, both are open to abuse. There is little point in making technology available, therefore, without providing basic training in using it.

Finally, I believe there are compelling grounds for providing Internet access to jobless individuals. The rationale for giving cellphones, on the other hand, is less clear, and investing in related training programs may be more cost-effective in the long term.



IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The table below shows the cinema viewing figures for films by country, in millions.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The table below shows the cinema viewing figures for films by country, in millions.

Cinema viewing figures for films by country, in millions

Action

Romance

Comedy

Horror

Totals

India

8

7.5

6.5

2.5

24.5

Ireland

7.6

3.8

5.5

6.4

23.3

New Zealand

7.2

4.5

3.9

4.7

20.3

Japan

7.1

4.5

4

2.2

17.8

Total

29.9

20.3

19.9

15.8

 Answer

The table compares the number of individuals who see four distinct film genres at the theatre in four different countries: Action, Romance, Comedy, and Horror.

According to the table, Indians go to the movies at a higher rate than the other three ethnicities. Action is the most popular film genre in all four nations. The overall number of individuals who watch action movies is approximately 30 million, with roughly 7-8 million people in each country.

In comparison to other film genres, few individuals like going to the theatres to see horror flicks. Only 2-2.5 million people in India and Japan watch horror films, although they are more prevalent in New Zealand and Ireland. On the other hand, romance films have a 7.5 million viewership in India but are not as popular in other nations. With 4.5 million viewers apiece, New Zealand and Japan finished in second and third, respectively.



IELTS Writing Task 1- Q-The graph below shows female unemployment rates in each country of the United Kingdom in 2013 and 2014.

IELTS Writing Task 1-

Q-The graph below shows female unemployment rates in each country of the United Kingdom in 2013 and 2014.


Answer

In 2013 and 2014, the bar chart depicts the unemployment rates among women in the United Kingdom's constituent countries. Except for Scotland, female unemployment rates have decreased somewhat from 2013 to 2014.

In Northern Ireland, 5.6 percent of women were jobless in 2013. Wales, at 5.4 percent, was the only country with a lower percentage of jobless women. In both nations, the number of unemployed women decreased in 2014. However, the proportion fell to 4.6 percent in Northern Ireland and failed to reach 5% in Wales.

In 2013, the United Kingdom had the highest percentage of jobless women, at 6.8%. In 2014, however, this fell by 0.3 percent. Finally, Scotland was the only country where the number of jobless women was rising. In 2013, 6.1 percent of women were unemployed. However, its female unemployment rate climbed to 6.7 percent in 2014, making it the country with the highest female joblessness rate of the four.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-People who cause their illnesses through unhealthy lifestyles and poor diets should pay more for health care. Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-People who cause their illnesses through unhealthy lifestyles and poor diets should pay more for health care.

Do you agree or disagree?

Answer

The growth in contemporary illnesses, which are a result of sinful lifestyles, is driving up healthcare expenditures throughout the world. Poor nutrition, smoking, and a lack of exercise are examples of these lifestyles. While many people do not require medical assistance, others require medicine regularly due to their sinful lifestyles. People who are responsible for their sickness, in my opinion, should be required to pay the expense of their medical care.

First and foremost, it is critical to emphasize that ignorance is not an excuse. Because health and fitness information is freely available, everyone should be aware that smoking and eating fast food are not only harmful to our health but may also lead to significant illnesses. Furthermore, people can seek support from various sources, including physicians, sports trainers, and dieticians, to enhance their health. Despite the advice of doctors or medical experts, people who continue to live unhealthy lifestyles should not be eligible for free or reduced-cost medical treatment.

Second, it is evident that specific treatments are expensive and that some diseases may be avoided by leading a healthy lifestyle. If fat people require care, they diverge funds from another patient who may need an expensive procedure or therapy. As a result, making patients pay a portion of their treatment costs might be a great option. This payment might be lowered if their health improves.

Finally, requiring people to contribute to the expense of medical care for self-inflicted ailments might assist in minimizing this sort of sickness while also freeing up funds for other causes.


IELTS Writing Task 1 Q-The chart below shows the number of travelers using three major airports in New York City between 1995 and 2000.

 IELTS Writing Task 1

Q-The chart below shows the number of travelers using three major airports in New York City between 1995 and 2000.


 Model answer

Over the six-year period between 1995 and 2000, the bar chart shows how many people visited New York City through three major airports.

Overall, the number of passengers that passed through John F. Kennedy airport fluctuated during the time, but the other two airports had an upward trend. Another intriguing fact is that, in the end, LaGuardia airport was the most popular. 

Looking at the numbers more deeply, the number of passengers at John F. Kennedy International Airport peaked at 47 million in 1997, after starting at 26 million in 1995. The figure fell to 32 million in 1999. There was a slight increase to 44 million in the previous year. On the other hand, LaGuardia began at 35 million in 1995 and grew dramatically over the next three years to 46 million. LaGuardia Airport saw a peak of 68 million passengers in 2000.

However, when we look at Newark Airport, we can see that it started with a low of 16 million passengers in the first year. After then, the rise accelerated, reaching 42 million in 1998. It has stayed steady at 42 million passengers during the previous two years.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-Nowadays, many people have access to computers, and many children enjoy playing video-games. What are the advantages and disadvantages of playing video games for children?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-Nowadays, many people have access to computers, and many children enjoy playing video-games. What are the advantages and disadvantages of playing video games for children?

 Model answer

More and more youngsters are playing computer games in today's society, where we all have access to the internet, and their popularity is growing all the time. This article will look at both the positive and negative impacts that these games may have on youngsters.

For starters, as many young people's educations become more demanding, computer games may help them relax and de-stress. Computer games may transport us to various realms where we can forget about our daily lives. Furthermore, today's computer games are very complex and can aid in the development of children's cognitive skills. However, instructions must be followed, and play frequently involves complex challenges to overcome.

However, the growing popularity of computer gaming has brought with it a slew of issues. Many children grow addicted to them and play for hours at a time, often all night. The government of South Korea has banned youngsters from playing video games after midnight since the problem is so severe and has such a detrimental impact on schooling. Furthermore, some youngsters have difficulty distinguishing between what is genuine and what is virtual. Some claim that this has resulted in an increase in criminality motivated by video games. Although this cannot be verified, it is evident that today's games may be pretty violent.

To summarise, computer games have both advantages and downsides. Some games appear to be more appropriate than others, so parents should take caution and supervise their children's activities.


IELTS Writing Task 1 The diagram below shows electricity production using a system called Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC).

IELTS Writing Task 1

The diagram below shows electricity production using a system called Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC).


Answer

The temperature differential between surface seawater, which may be up to 29 degrees Celsius, and deep seawater, which is only 5 degrees Celsius, is used to transform heat energy into electric power in an ocean thermal energy conversion system.

An evacuated evaporation chamber, a turbine, and a condensing chamber are the system's essential components. The solar energy from the sun heats the surface water, which is then fed into the evacuated evaporation chamber and boils. Salt is accumulated, and water vapor is produced when it cooks. The smoke is then used to power a turbine, which generates energy. After powering the turbine, the water vapor enters the condensing chamber, cooled by water from the ocean's depths.

Finally, the water vapor is condensed in this chamber, producing drinking water. Meanwhile, waste saltwater is discharged into the sea, and the process can be repeated.



IELTS Writing Task 2- Q-Many people believe that modern music can hurt the young. However, others believe the effect of contemporary music is upbeat. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

IELTS Writing Task 2-

Q-Many people believe that modern music can hurt the young. However, others believe the effect of contemporary music is upbeat.

Discuss both views and give your opinion.

 Model answer

Music has evolved significantly throughout time, and new genres of music are continuously emerging. Many others, however, believe that contemporary popular genres, such as rap, are little more than noise and cannot be regarded true music, in contrast to earlier types like rock and jazz.

To begin with, many individuals, particularly those of older generations, believe that current music is more detrimental than beneficial. They'll argue that today's music is overly simple, and that the song lyrics are possibly hazardous. Rap and hip-hop, they believe, frequently deal with difficult subjects such as gang violence or convey antisocial beliefs. It is widely believed that listening to these songs might be harmful to young people.

On the other hand, people must listen to the music that they enjoy; you cannot influence other people's preferences or ideas. Popular music is an important part of identity for young people in particular; sharing a common interest in music with their peers provides stability and a sense of belonging. Furthermore, these young people would claim that the lyrics of these songs represent current life, and that this is a basic method for them to express their feelings.

Finally, individuals will always favor a particular style of music. People are generally hesitant to try new things they don't understand, which is often the case with music. However, we cannot and should not strive to halt change; instead, we should welcome new musical genres since every piece contributes to the richness of our culture.



IELTS Writing Task 2- Some people believe that a person's-culture is defined by their country of origin, while others believe that it has only a minor influence. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

IELTS Writing Task 2-

Some people believe that a person's-culture is defined by their country of origin, while others believe that it has only a minor influence.

Discuss both views and give your opinion.

 Model answer

If culture is defined as simple ideas, values, attitudes, and behaviors, it comes to reason that their nation of origin influences a person's culture. To what extent this is true? Is nationality the most influential element, or is it only one of many? I believe both arguments are genuine, although I would like to acknowledge the latter.

The 'defining influence' argument is simple to comprehend. If someone is born and brought up in a certain location, that location will strongly impact them. This is known as the 'nurture argument,' which states that you are a product of your surroundings. If your country's cuisine employs certain ingredients, for example, your palette will become acclimated to those flavors but may struggle with unfamiliar ones. If your nation has a traditional type of music, such as reggae or rock, all residents will be exposed to it and are more likely to like it as a consequence.

On the other hand, we must think about the consequences of globalization. The majority of individuals are exposed to many cultures regularly. The proof is all around us: restaurants, movies, and foreign enterprises are all over the place. One of the merits of globalization is that it provides us with various cultural options to pick from. It is rare to discover a country with no likes or preferences outside of their home country. Furthermore, an increasing number of people work, study, or travel significantly outside of their native nation. These people will inevitably be exposed to new influences.



IELTS Writing Task 1 Q- The line graph below shows the percentage of tourists to England who visited four-different attractions in Brighton.

IELTS Writing Task 1

Q- The line graph below shows the percentage of tourists to England who visited four-different attractions in Brighton.


 Model answer

Between 1980 and 2010, the line graph depicts the proportion of tourists that visited specific Brighton attractions.

Overall, the pavilion and the festival were the most popular attractions between 1980 and 2010. Conversely, the pier was the least popular attraction in 1980, while in 2010, the art gallery was the least popular.

Visitors to the pavilion increased dramatically from 28% to 48% in the 1980s and 1990s, before declining to 31% in 2010. The art gallery followed the same trend as the pavilion. From 1980 to 1985, visitors grew significantly from 22% to 37%, then steadily declined to fewer than 10% over the next twenty-five years.

The number of visitors attending the Brighton Festival fluctuated significantly but stayed consistent at around 25%. From 1980 to 2000, the number of visitors to the pier varied but increased dramatically from 12 percent to 22 percent between 2000 and 2010.



IELTS Writing Task 1 The table below shows the worldwide-market share of the notebook computer-market for manufacturers in 2006 and 2007.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The table below shows the worldwide-market share of the notebook computer-market for manufacturers in 2006 and 2007.


Answer

For two years continuously, 2006 and 2007, the table shows the market share of notebook computer manufacturers.

In 2006 and 2007, HP was the top leader, selling 31.4 percent of all notebook computers in 2006 and marginally more (34 percent) in 2007. This is a larger market share than the combined market shares of its two nearest competitors, Dell and Acer.

Dell's market share grew from 16.6% in 2006 to 20.2 percent in 2007. On the other hand, Acer saw its market share drop marginally from 11.6 percent to 10.7 percent. The other firms on the list all had a significantly lesser market share. Toshiba grew its market share from 6.2 percent in 2006 to 7.3 percent in 2007, while Lenovo's dropped from 6.6 percent to 6.2 percent. From 2006 to 2007, Fujitsu-Siemens' market share decreased by more than half, from 4.8 percent to only 2.3 percent.

In 2006, other notebook computer makers accounted for 22.8 percent of the market, which was more than all businesses mentioned except HP. On the other hand, other companies only sold 19.3 percent of laptop computers in 2007, a lower percentage than HP and Dell.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Q-The education you receive from your family is more-important than the education you receive from the school. Do you agree with this statement? why?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Q-The education you receive from your family is more-important than the education you receive from the school.

Do you agree with this statement? why?

 Model answer

Not only does formal schooling provide education, but it also comes from other sources. People learn from different sources, including family, friends, television, and personal experience. Although these channels of learning are unquestionably essential, I feel that school-based education is far more vital. As I will demonstrate, it builds the groundwork for future success and achievement.

For starters, official school degrees are frequently used as entrance points into specific vocations and occupations. To become a successful lawyer or a doctor, you must excel in school to pursue professional certifications. In addition, many professions need basic math and English skills when you apply. A person's professional options may be limited if they lack specific qualifications.

Furthermore, the school prepares you for connections outside of your family, an essential element of life. Because a student must deal with various levels, such as instructors and classmates, school is a useful socializing tool. They must also cope with dangers to their happiness, such as bullying and heavy workloads. Families are important because children frequently learn their moral values and aspirations from their parents. To some extent, though, children may succeed without a supportive home environment. It's improbable that they'd be able to develop without schooling. 

Finally, though there are many helpful types of education, schooling is more essential than home education. 

This is because formal education provides you with qualifications and socialization that your family cannot.



IELTS Speaking topic- Food Q1.- What is your favorite food?

IELTS Speaking topic- Food 

Q1.- What is your favorite food?

A. California Barito is currently my favorite food. I enjoy the rice dish they provide. It's packed with veggies and pulses. As a result, it is both flavorful and healthy.

Q2.- Why do you like it?

A. It's a dish that includes both veggies and pulses. It is a low-calorie supper. Thus it has no negative impact on our bodies. At the same time, it's delectable.

Q3.- Do you sometimes try foods from other countries?

A. Yes, I've sampled dishes from several nations. For example, I adore several Chinese noodle dishes. They're tasty, and I like eating them.

Q4.- What is the difference between Bangladeshi food and foods of other countries?

A. Bangladeshi cuisine is primarily seafood. They eat a lot of fish as well as rice. Other nations' cuisine varies depending on their culture, tradition, and geography.

About Food 1.2

Q5.- Do you like eating out?

A. Yes, I enjoy dining out. But I wouldn't call myself an experimenter. Every time I eat, I generally choose the same food. As a result, my decision would be based only on what I desire to eat rather than what is available at the restaurant.

Q6. Where do you go to eat? Why?

A. I'm not particularly a big fan of going out to eat. As a result, I prefer to order meals online and enjoy them. It provides me more pleasure and eliminates the need for me to dress up.

Q7. Tell me about the-facilities you get in that restaurant

A.- With the range of restaurants from which to choose, I can eat my favorite food in the comfort of my home. Furthermore, they are cost-effective and save us money on trips.

Q8. Is fast food good for health? Why / Why not?

A. Fast food is not suitable for your health. They include tainted goods that are harmful to our health. They're deep-fried at high temperatures, resulting in a slew of illnesses.

Q9. Can you cook? How?

A. Yes, I'm a good cook. My mum has taught me a great deal. Even though I am a competent cook, I still need a lot of practice.


IELTS Writing Task 2 Overpopulation is the world's most serious environmental-problem. Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing Task 2

Overpopulation is the world's most serious environmental-problem.

Do you agree or disagree?

Answer

Overpopulation is a significant worry in the developing world, and it is to blame for many of the world's environmental issues. Although an expanding population has some adverse effects on the environment, the most severe problem is how people choose to conduct their lives. Both of these concepts will be addressed in the following article.

For numerous reasons, overpopulation has a negative influence on the global ecology. For starters, more people implies more pollution, which is generated by more automobiles on the road, industry, farms, and home chemicals. Pollution is a severe environmental problem that can harm human and animal health.

Overcrowding also implies that natural resources are depleting at a faster rate. The modern world consumes more than it is capable of producing. People are always purchasing more goods and constructing more homes. Freshwater, oil, and natural gas are just a few of the high-demand commodities.

However, if civilization modified how it lived, overcrowding might not be an issue. People might preserve natural resources by using less water or eating fewer items, for example, to help with these environmental issues. They might also make a concerted effort to reuse and recycle more. Pollution might be reduced much further if people solely bought organic foods and tried to drive less.

In conclusion, while overpopulation is a big concern in terms of the environment, it might be mitigated if individuals adopted appropriate lifestyle modifications.



IELTS Speaking Topic- Teacher Q1-Describe a teacher who has greatly influenced you in your education.

IELTS Speaking Topic- Teacher

Q1-Describe a teacher who has greatly influenced you in your education.

My first English instructor, I believe, had a significant impact on my education. During middle school, I had some difficulty studying English. I didn't enjoy checking English since I thought it wasn't easy. My English instructor once told me about the importance of learning foreign languages. He stated, " "You will need to read, listen, and talk a lot. Never worries; keep trying; I think you're an excellent student." I worked hard in the years after it, and I made significant improvements. My English instructor was enthusiastic about his work and well-versed in his subject. I admire and admire him.

Q2)- Compare the differences between education in your city with those in 20 years ago?

A lot of children were not able to attend school in the past, and educational circumstances were dismal. However, the government now mandates a nine-year compulsory education. Kids under seven are required to attend school. Furthermore, the government provides far superior facilities and personnel. In addition, schoolyards are more attractive than previously.

Q3)- Compare the differences between university and middle school.

In middle school, we study basic information. However, university courses, such as computer and business courses, are practical and distinct.

Q4)- Compare the differences between students now and past.

Finding a job as a student is challenging right now. As a result, their pressure is higher than it was previously.


IELTS Writing Task 2- Some people say that Government should break-down all the historic-buildings and replace them with modern facilities. Do you agree or disagree?

IELTS Writing Task 2-

Some people say that Government should break-down all the historic-buildings and replace them with modern facilities. Do you agree or disagree?

Every country's monuments and historical places are undeniably part of its legacy. Surprisingly, some people believe it is undervalued and want the Government to demolish it. These, in my opinion, are a country's greatest assets, and citizens should treat them with respect.

To begin, in support of my hypothesis, every country has a cultural past that reflects ancient civilization. These ancient sites are irreplaceable and invaluable. This is the only way to teach our children about our forefathers and their sacrifices. Furthermore, visiting these sites will allow us to learn from our forefathers' mistakes and chart a better path of action.

Furthermore, these areas are the Government's most profitable revenue generators. Tourists visit many locations, and their spending aids the Government in improving the country's infrastructure. It boosts the flow of foreign currency. Furthermore, tourists exhibit an interest in buying handicrafts, resulting in the expansion of a small-scale sector. Above all, it is self-evident that tourists' visits result in strong bonds between people worldwide.

Finally, I believe that maintaining historical landmarks is akin to safeguarding the country's past. It is vital because of the numerous benefits it provides to present and future generations.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Fashion Q.1- Do you always follow trendy fashion? [Why?/Why not?]

IELTS Speaking Topic: Fashion

Q.1- Do you always follow trendy fashion? [Why?/Why not?]

Answer: No, I don't always follow the latest fashion trends, mainly because I am not exceptionally stylish. Furthermore, it takes a large amount of effort to keep up with the latest fashion trends regularly, and I sadly do not have that type of time on my hands.

Q.2- How has fashion changed in your country in recent years?

Answer: In my nation, "fashion" has altered dramatically in recent years. For instance, I used to see women wearing the same dress for at least six months before a decade, but now I see them buying new dresses every month or two. Many young people in my nation have been impacted by Western culture, which can be seen everywhere. Furthermore, instead of buying things from local businesses, individuals nowadays prefer to acquire well-known companies.

Q.3- Is maintaining fashion expensive in your country? [Why?/Why not?]

Answer: Yes, I would say that keeping up with fashion in my nation is pricey these days since different manufacturers are constantly coming up with new and expensive fashion concepts and designs. Furthermore, superior materials are employed to create various stylish product items, resulting in higher prices than usual. Finally, because of the frequent changes in seasons in my nation, fashion and style change quickly, making keeping up with new approaches much more costly.

Q.4- Do you think fashion is an integral part of our life? [Why?/Why not?]

Answer: As much as I dislike to admit it, fashion is an essential aspect of our lives since it effectively defines who we are and what social and economic groups we belong to. Besides, the kind of clothes we wear has a lot to do with how comfortable and confident we feel about ourselves.


IELTS Speaking -Q.1- Why do you think law and order are essential?

Q.1- Why do you think law and order are essential?

Answer: Law and order are vital to preserving an ideology that binds a community together. It establishes a code of conduct and norms that must be followed to be called a member of a civilized society that respects the rights of others.

Q.2- Who or what department is in charge of executing the law?

Answer: The government's judiciary branch is in charge of upholding the law in a community and country. Law enforcement agencies like the police, army, military, and paramilitary forces assist the court branch inefficiently in enforcing the law.

Q.3- Should laws be more universal?

Answer: No, I don't believe the rules should be made any more global than they are, simply because individuals in different regions of the globe follow other codes of conduct, religious beliefs, and cultural values, forcing them to follow any so-called global rules would be counterproductive.

Q.4- Is there any law you think is too strict? [Why?/Why not?]

Answer: Yes, I believe that the statute allowing the death penalty is overly stringent. However, this does not automatically imply that a "strict" direction is always incorrect. Instead, it may benefit society's general well-being in the long run, particularly when crime rates rise and strict regulations are needed to protect citizens' rights.

Q.5- How do people in your country generally think about obeying laws?

Answer: Given the mountains of issues and unpleasant conditions that people in my nation face daily, I would say that they are primarily law-abiding individuals.



IELTS Writing Task 1- The graph below represents relative price changes for fresh-fruits and vegetables, sugars and sweets, and carbonated-drinks between 1978 and 2009.

IELTS Writing Task 1-

The graph below represents relative price changes for fresh-fruits and vegetables, sugars and sweets, and carbonated-drinks between 1978 and 2009.


Answer-

Between 1979 and 2009, the graph depicts changes in the price of fresh fruits and vegetables, sugar and sweets, and carbonated beverages in the United States. During this time, the chart also displays the general trend in the consumer price index.

While the consumer price index rose steadily from 1979 to 2009, the price of carbonated or soft drinks did not. Instead, they were steady until 1999, when the price gradually climbed, after briefly increasing between 1979 and 1981.

In contrast, there was a significant difference in the price of fresh fruits and vegetables, which grew gradually over this time despite erratic swings. From 1990 to 1992, and again between 2000 and 2001, new food costs only briefly leveled out. By 2008, however, the price had risen by more than 300 percent.



IELTS Writing Task 1 The chart below provides information about the most common-sports played in New Zealand in 2002.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The chart below provides information about the most common-sports played in New Zealand in 2002.


 Answer

The bar graph depicted the most popular sports in New Zealand in 2002.

It includes data for both boys and girls, demonstrating that their engagement in sports is roughly equal. Their sports inclinations, on the other hand, are frequently divergent.

According to the graph, netball is the most popular sport among females, with participation rates exceeding 25%. Boys have a similar preference for soccer, which is their preferred sport. Cricket is also enjoyed by ten percent of boys, though girls rarely play it.

Swimming is popular among boys and girls, though boys participate in the activity at a lower rate (about 13%) than females (about 22%). However, other sports such as tennis, basketball, and martial arts, are less popular, and a large number of boys and girls claim they love sports not shown on the list.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Handwriting Q.1 Do you have good handwriting?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Handwriting

Q.1 Do you have good handwriting?

Answer: I believe I have great handwriting since I was always given additional credit for my excellent writing in elementary and high school. Moreover, my professors and students frequently complimented my writing style. So I like to think my handwriting is pretty.

Q.2 How did you learn your handwriting?

Answer- If my memory serves me well, I must utilize lined paper and a notebook to repeatedly practice handwriting to master the superb script. My parents and instructors taught me how to hold a pen and keep a comfortable grip when practicing writing.

Q.3- Do you like receiving handwritten letters?

Answer: Yes, I like getting handwritten letters since they feel more alive and intimate than the computerized mails or emails we typically utilize for written contact.

Q.4- How vital is handwriting in this era of computers?

Answer: Unfortunately, in this day of computers, the internet, and email, the attraction of handwriting has nearly vanished, as people prefer to communicate by typing on a laptop at companies, schools, colleges, and universities. So, I suppose it's fair to argue that handwriting isn't as significant as it was in the pre-computer period in this era of computers.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Walking Q.1- Do you go places on foot a lot?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Walking

Q.1- Do you go places on foot a lot?

Answer: In my opinion, the distance I cross every day on foot for roughly 10 minutes to go to a bus stop does not qualify to be termed "a lot."

Q.2- Did you walk more when you were younger?

Answer: I would say that I walked more when I was younger since I was more active and didn't have to worry as much about "being on time all of the time." Besides, I didn't have a car when I was younger, so I walked whenever I needed to travel a short distance.

Q.3- Why do some people prefer walking to driving a car?

Answer: There might be a few reasons why some individuals choose to walk rather than drive a car. The first reason is that they believe walking is healthier for them. Second, they dislike being stopped in traffic for long periods and have difficulty locating a parking spot.

Q.4- Do people in your country walk a lot?

Answer: Well, I don't believe that people in my nation walk "a lot" these days (depending on how we define "a lot" here) because various modes of transportation are readily available to convey them to multiple locations. A vast number of people possess personal automobiles.


IELTS Writing Task 1- The tables below provide information about-sales of Fairtrade*-labeled tea and pineapples in 2010 and 2015 in five European countries.

IELTS Writing Task 1-

The tables below provide information about-sales of Fairtrade*-labeled tea and pineapples in 2010 and 2015 in five European countries.

Sales of Fairtrade-labelled tea and pineapples (2010 & 2015)*Fairtrade: a category of products for which farmers from developing-countries have been paid an officially agreed fair price.



Answer

The two tables show Fairtrade tea and pineapples in five European countries between 2010 and 2015.

When comparing the two data, it's evident that in 2010, Fairtrade tea sales in these five countries varied from 1.8 to 4 million euros. In contrast, pineapple sales were usually between 1.6 and 3 million euros, with Austria being the outlier at 16 million euros. In 2015, sales of both items had increased across the board, except in Norway and Germany, where pineapple sales had decreased.

The first table demonstrates that low-level tea sales are rising in all five nations but at differing rates. Sales increased by the same tiny amount in both Germany and Norway: 2.8-3 million euros in Germany and 1.8-2 million euros in Norway. In the Netherlands, the increase was slightly higher, at 2-2.7 million euros. Meanwhile, sales in Austria increased by a factor of two, from 4 to 8 million euros. Finally, there was a massive increase in France, from 2.5 to 21 million euros.

In the second table, Austria stands out as the country that buys considerably more Fairtrade pineapples than the other four. Over the last five years, Austrian sales have increased from 16 to 48 million euros, whereas sales in France and the Netherlands have only increased from 2-6.5 and 1.6-5 million euros, respectively. On the other hand, Norway and Germany had a decline in pineapple sales of 2.8-2 and 3-1.9 million euros, respectively.


IELTS Writing Task 1- The table below provides information about languages with the most native speakers.

IELTS Writing Task 1-

The table below provides information about languages with the most native speakers.


Answer-

The table shows the number of native speakers of six languages and the number of people who speak them as a second language.

Mandarin Chinese has a notably more significant number of speakers than the other languages, with over one billion people speaking it.

People who speak Mandarin as a first language do so in a broad sense.

To begin with, only 190 million people speak Mandarin Chinese as a second language, in comparison. What's interesting about English speakers is that the number of people who speak English as a second language is more significant than that of native English speakers (603 and 339 million, respectively).

While the overall number of Hindi speakers (490 million) and Spanish speakers (420 million) is approximately similar, when it comes to speaking these languages as a second language, Hindi has a substantially more significant number (120 million) than Spanish (70 million).

With 206 million and 203 million native speakers, Arabic and Portuguese have a similar population. However, the number of people who speak Arabic as a second language (24 million) is over 2.5 times more than the number of Portuguese people as a second language.



IELTS Speaking-Clothes Q-What clothes do you like?

IELTS Speaking-Clothes

Q-What clothes do you like?

Clothes are utilized for more than just keeping us warm. It has evolved into a necessary component of contemporary society. Dresses are varied in various countries. And different clothing styles symbolize multiple ethnicities. By wearing clothes, everyone wants their lives to be full of diversity, color, and comfort. We will be in a pleasant mood if we dress attractively. I enjoy wearing leisure clothing since it is not only inexpensive but also comfortable to wear. (In addition, leisure clothing is made of more ecologically friendly materials.) When we're working, though, I have to put on my work attire. Otherwise, I'll have to pay a fee.

Q1)- What's the prescript on clothes when you are working? And just the prescript on clothes in school.

When we work, we must dress in work attire (a school uniform) (in school). We will be penalized if this does not happen.

Q2)- The difference between the older and younger people on clothes.

Style and material are essential to older individuals. Younger folks, on the other hand, want to be fashionable. When it comes to clothing, younger people prioritize personality.

Q3)- Compare the differences between the clothes in your city with them 20 years ago.

Clothing used to be pretty monotonous in terms of color and style. Thousands of people have the same appearance. However, we may now wear dresses in a variety of colors and styles.


IELTS Speaking Topic-Natural scenery

IELTS Speaking Topic-Natural scenery

Q1)- What measures does your government take to protect natural scenery?

The government creates natural landscape protection zones. Educate individuals on the importance of environmental preservation. People who desecrate natural areas will be held accountable.

Q2)- Do you think it is effective?

Without a doubt. Pollution may be avoided by establishing protected zones.

Q3)- What role does tourism play in your country's economy?

Tourism is becoming increasingly important in our country's economy. The number of visitors has rapidly expanded since the country's openness, and this is a vital source of foreign cash for the government. (159 In addition, tourism can help other businesses flourish faster.)

Q4)- What should you pay attention to in travel?

Safety, weather, and I believe it is vital to pack some medications are all factors to consider.



IELTS Writing Task 1 The charts below show the reasons why people-travel to work by bicycle or by car.

 IELTS Writing Task 1

The charts below show the reasons why people-travel to work by bicycle or by car.



Answer-

The first graph depicts why some people in the United Kingdom prefer to cycle to work. The second graph, on the other hand, explains why some people drive to work.

The majority of that ride to work for health and environmental reasons. Those who travel by automobile, on the other hand, desire a more pleasant journey across greater distances.

The majority of proponents of cycling believe that riding a bicycle to work is healthier than driving. This was given as a cause by 30% of them. Thirty percent of respondents say they ride their bikes to work because it reduces pollution. Because cycling to work is less expensive than driving, 13% of individuals do so. Surprisingly, many people indicated they rode their bikes to work since it was faster than driving.

In contrast, 40% of people prefer to travel by automobile because it is more pleasant. The two most minor vital reasons for driving to work are that individuals need to carry stuff to work and that it is safer than cycling to work (14 percent and 11 percent, respectively). Finally, 16 percent say they prefer driving to riding because it is faster. In contrast, bikers who ride to work do so because it is shorter than going.


IELTS Writing Task 1 The chart below provides information about- the number of social-networking sites people used in Canada in 2014 and 2015.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The chart below provides information about- the number of social-networking sites people used in Canada in 2014 and 2015.



Answer-

The bar graph illustrates the number of websites in 2014 and 2015 visited by internet users in Canada.

Overall, more than one site is becoming more and more common.

While just a few five internet users have not been using social networking sites in any of the years, the proportion in this group has fallen from 22% in 2014 to 21% in 2015. The most significant share of users within each group in these two years fell under the category "One Site." This group nonetheless decreased substantially in 2015 from 36% in 2014 to 28% in 2015.

In contrast, the numbers reported by two sites, three sites, four sites, and five areas rose throughout the investigated period. In both years, the share of Internet users declined with the development in social networking sites, with five locations in 2014 just 2% compared to 4% in 2015.


IELTS speaking topics with answers- Education Q1- Tell me something about your educational background.

 IELTS speaking topics with answers- Education

Q1- Tell me something about your educational background.

A. I have graduated from Delhi University in my Ba(Hons). After completing my studies, I took a three-year French diploma course. The Alliance Française de Bangalore I completed my DELF.

Q2- Are you satisfied with the way you got educated?

A. Yeah, I'm happy with the training my parents gave me. I've been permitted to broaden my academic horizons. At the same time, I participated in several extracurricular activities, including dance, theatre, and debates that helped me develop into a healthy character.

Q3- Why/ Why not?

A. For my total growth, my knowledge was fruitful, be it academic or non-academic. I would never have been the trustworthy, self-reliant, and practical person I am now without such exposure.

Q4- Is there any better place in the world to study rather than your country?

A. I feel that Germany, distinct from my own country, offers classroom knowledge to children. Academics acquire practical experience in their professions. There are many job options. In his or her sector, a person might rise to power him or her compared to his or her counterparts in other nations.

Q5- Do you think education is essential? Why?

A. I certainly think that education is the key to everyone. It gives them a larger view of life. They become healthy people.


IELTS Writing Task 1 The pie charts below show the most common advantages and disadvantages of Bowen-Island, according to a survey of visitors.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The pie charts below show the most common advantages and disadvantages of Bowen-Island, according to a survey of visitors.

 

Answer-

The two pie charts demonstrate that tourists appreciate the most and the least of the characteristics of Bowen Island.


Overall, it seems that most people appreciate Bowen Island because of the beauty and people. However, the uncontaminated environment of the island can lead to little amusement and this, along with the expensive expense of living, makes it unlikely to draw everyone's attention.

Bowen Island has numerous attractive qualities, but the scenery and people are the most popular.

These are the most important advantages for over two-thirds of the visitors to the island. The grade of lodging on the island seems more than acceptable, with a gift of 11% of responses. The island's culture is the main draw for 12% of tourists.

The island, though, is far from perfect for tourists. The high expense of living, bad weather, and the quality or absence of entertainment is considered the worst among the negative features of the island. These three groups together account for 90% of the overall disadvantages. Although the island has high expenditures, 10% of guests complain about the poor quality of meals.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Countryside 2 Q.1- Do you like going to the countryside?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Countryside 2

Q.1- Do you like going to the countryside?

Answer: Yes, when I am given the opportunity, I prefer to travel out to the countryside since, unlike in a typically bustling metropolis, it enables me to experience the magnificent nature up close.

Q.2- Why is the countryside usually quieter than the city?

Answer: For various reasons, the countryside is frequently calmer than the city. The first likely cause is that individuals in the nation have a very straightforward and relaxing lifestyle. Secondly, it is not precisely the countryside where buses, trains, trollies, bike-sharing, light rail, ferries, trams are located and how to go more conveniently, as they are in towns. Thirdly and lastly, unlike metropolitan regions, the countryside does not have a large population.

Q.3- Why do many people prefer to live in the countryside?

Answer: Many individuals like the countryside because it allows them the comfort to live in companionship with the lovely mother nature in a relatively uncomplicated way. Some individuals opt to live in the rural areas since it may be much cheaper and more fun to live in than towns.

Q.4- Where are the quietest places in cities?

Answer: It can be challenging to find quiet and quiet places in towns. But some of the most serene cities may have been regarded as hospitals and libraries (where people sit and read). Some would also claim that some of the quietest spots in some cities in public parks and gardens may be.

Q.5- What will the countryside look like in your country in the future?

Answer: Next, I fear that most rural people in my nation would quickly become more like a city as more and more contemporary conveniences such as those in the town would also be offered in rural areas. Due to high population growth, it is also crowded and loud for countries.


IELTS Speaking Topic - Living place: Q.1- Where do you live?

IELTS Speaking Topic - Living place:

Q.1- Where do you live?

Answer: I reside in (...name your neighborhood...) in (...name your town/village/city...). It is our permanent abode, and I have lived there for as long as I can remember.

Q.2- What kind of place is it?

Answer: This is a significant city with a population of over 2 million people. It's a lovely town, and the people are pleasant and kind. I reside in a beautiful area north of town, primarily because of the tranquil setting and kind neighbors.

Q.3- What's the most exciting part of your town/village?

Answer: Well, there are several fascinating aspects and facts about our town that I recall, the most glamorous of which is that the entire hamlet is an island. To get to our village, you must take a boat or a launch, or take a bus across a bridge. Wind power supplies all of our electricity is maybe the city's second most exciting feature. If I were to share about the fascinating aspect of our town, it would be the city's core in the north.

Q.4- What kind of jobs do the people in your town/village do?

Answer: That is a difficult question because the kind of occupations individuals in our community do differ significantly. Construction engineers, IT experts, fishermen, and salespeople, on the other hand, would likely top the list. Many young people own Internet enterprises in our town, while a few affluent individuals operate hotel chains. Because it is a prominent tourist place, many residents work in the hotel and tourism industries on a part-time basis.

Q.5- Would you say it's an excellent place to live? (why?)

Answer: People always want to live in a beautiful area with pleasant neighbors and peace. In this aspect, our town is a fantastic location to call home. Because it is an island, fresh fish and veggies are readily available, and if you enjoy seafood, you will enjoy our cuisine. Finally, the availability of jobs in our region is another reason people frequently relocate to our town. I am delighted to call this community home.


IELTS Writing Task 1-This chart displays types of leisure activities performed by elderly persons from the 1980s to the present in America.

Model answer

This chart displays types of leisure activities performed by elderly persons from the 1980s to the present in America.


 

We can observe that the activities stated have typically been more popular with older adults walking, constantly expanding all year long, and watching TV is the most common.

Almost every activity grew in popularity in the 1980s. The only pastime in those years that became less popular was at the theatre. The theatre has decreased dramatically from 50% to 30%.

This shifted in the 1990s and walked into the theatre while reading was witnessing a severe decline in popularity. All other activities have risen in number.

This century has grown in popularity, including walking, reading, attending to the theatre, and browsing the Internet. But the popularity of watching TV has decreased. However, watching TV remains the second most popular event among this population currently. The majority of elderly individuals walk in their free time.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Birthday celebration Q. 1-When was the last time you celebrated your birthday?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Birthday celebration

Q. 1-When was the last time you celebrated your birthday?

Answer: Last year, I was celebrating my birthday. My parents don't miss the chance to celebrate our birthdays! It was mostly a family event with some of my family members and friends.

Q.2- Describe a birthday party you have attended?

Answer: A few months ago, I attended one of my best friends' birthday parties. There were also invited additional personal acquaintances to the gathering. A gorgeous birthday cake marked the day. The food was also excellent. I gave my friend a beautiful T-shirt and a little flavor, and he was glad about the presents. On that day, he also got a lot of additional advantages. At the top of his apartment, we all liked the celebration. For all of us, this was indeed an unforgettable experience.

Q.3- Do you celebrate your family member's birthday? [Why/why not?]

Answer: Umm... my parents love to celebrate these pleasant events, and I adore having them. I had three brothers and sisters, and we celebrate all our birthdays - sometimes at home and sometimes at restaurants. My parents do not, however, by any means celebrate their birthdays. It was a puzzling matter as a boy, but I know now why many people don't like celebrating their birthdays.

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IELTS Writing Task 1 The diagram below shows the recycling process of aluminum cans.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The diagram below shows the recycling process of aluminum cans.


Answer

The graph shows how to recycle aluminum cans.

First of all, the cans must be brought to designated collecting sites rather than dumped off the typical waste. The cans are collected and sent to a plant, where they are first processed and purified. Then on a specialized machine, the cans will be shredded and crushed.

The metal is then warmed up to a temperature sufficient for melting the aluminum. It is then rounded up flat, depending on what it is used, to a thickness of 2,5 mm to 6 mm.

The new packaging, such as beverage containers, may now be recycled using albuminoid. Finally, the fresh cans are supplied to a plant for soft drinks, where they are filled. The canisters can now be sold and reused to the public. In the United Kingdom, 74% of aluminum may be recycled.


IELTS Writing Task 1-The bar chart gives information about the number of car journeys into the city center made by residents and non-residents. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The bar chart gives information about the number of car journeys into the city center made by residents and non-residents.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.

 

 Model answer

The graph shows the number of car journeys into the city center made by residents and non-residents over ten years. In 1996 an average of just under 10,000 trips per day were being made by residents, while non-residents made approximately half that number. Over the subsequent three years, resident journeys remained reasonably stable, while non-resident trips increased each year, exceeding 8,000 per day in 1999.

In early 2000, parking meters were introduced into the city center, and this had the effect of virtually halving resident traffic, although non-resident traffic decreased only slightly. By the end of 2002, the number of resident journeys had not altered significantly, but non-resident journeys had risen to their 1999 level. At this point, Westgate Street and Park Lane were pedestrianized. This resulted in a dramatic decline in non-resident traffic and a slight decrease in resident traffic. From this point onward, resident traffic remained more or less at the same level, while non-resident traffic resumed its upward trend, reaching nearly 5,000 journeys per day in 2005.


IELTS Listening -Topic: Dancing Q. Do you enjoy dancing? [Why/Why not?]

Topic: Dancing

Q. Do you enjoy dancing? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: I don't precisely dance primarily because I am not good at it. But, please don't get me wrong as I don't have anything against "dancing," and I do like to watch "dancing" but it is just that I never feel the "desire" myself or the passion to "shake" my body at the beat or sound of any music. I guess that it is just not in my "gene." However, I think that "dancing" is a "domain" that should be left only for people who know how to dance.

Q. Has anyone ever taught you to dance? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Nobody has ever taught me how to dance because I was never really interested in learning it and nobody in my family was a dancer.

Q. Tell me about any traditional dancing in your country.

Answer: Our country has a rich culture, because of its multi-cultural and multi-racial heritage, with its fair share of traditional dance and music. Malaysia sometimes referred to as 'truly Asia", has at least 15 different kinds of dances. However, the most popular type is called "Joget," a lively dance with an upbeat tempo. It is usually performed by couples who combine fast, graceful movements with playful humor. It has its origins in Portuguese folk dance, which was introduced to Melaka during the spice trade era. Some of the other dances are also a bit more popular than the others, depending on which part of Malaysia you live in. 

Q. Tell me about some popular dancing in your country?

Answer: In Malaysia, the Chinese Lion Dance is very popular during the Chinese New Year festival. Dragon Dance, another popular dance type, is typically performed to usher in the Chinese New Year. 

Besides, the Indian Bharata Natyam, a classical Indian dance, is famous in my country, which is poetry in motion based on ancient Indian epics. Moreover, I can recall "Bhangra," lively folk music and dance form of the "Sikh" community. Then "Zapin" is a popular dance in Malaysia that has its root in Islamic tradition. Finally, "Bamboo Dance" is a viral and entertaining traditional dance in which two long bamboo poles are held horizontally above the ground at ankle height. Then they clap together to a high-tempo drumbeat. 

Q. Do you think that traditional dancing will be popular in the future? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Malaysia is a very diverse country with many traditions and heritage which have survived for centuries. Many traditional dances have also survived for centuries, just as they exist today. Malaysians always try to promote and practice them in every kind of celebration and social gatherings one way or another. Therefore, it is only natural to assume that traditional dance in Malaysia will become more and more popular in the coming days. 


IELTS Writing Task 1 The graph below gives information about how much people in the United-States and the United-Kingdom spend on fuel.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The graph below gives information about how much people in the United-States and the United-Kingdom spend on fuel.


Answer

The chart compares the proportion of income spent on gasoline by persons in the United Kingdom with the United States.

First, there are more significant differences in the UK between the poorest and the affluent than in the USA. In the first place, the poorest spend less than 0,5% of their gasoline revenue, indicating they are not using their automobiles much, while the richest spend almost 3%. The poorest people, by comparison, spend 4-5% in the United States, the wealthiest 2-3% of which.

Secondly, the income of the poor is twice as much as the income of the affluent in the US. However, in the UK, the rate of expenditure for the most impoverished population is increasing very quickly, but it is nearly constant apart, where it is falling again.

Middle-income persons spend almost the same share in both nations. The salary expended on gasoline in the UK is more significant than in the United States.



IELTS Speaking Topic: Weekends Q.1- How do you usually spend your weekends? [Why?]

 IELTS Speaking Topic: Weekends

Q.1- How do you usually spend your weekends? [Why?]

Answer: I often stay outdoors for my weekends, such as swimming (summer days), fishing, and gardening. I mainly desire such outside activities since I spend too much time working indoors. Oh, of course, I'd want to have a rest and a good time in my favorite restaurant with my pals. I appreciate these outdoor activities since they make me strong, cheerful, and renewed with our contemporary, robust, and complex world's "all-familiar challenges."

Q.2- Which is your favorite part of the weekend? [Why?]

Answer: My favorite part of the weekend is undoubtedly the "morning," when I need not bother getting ready to work early. Then I like the part, of course, if I'm not worried I'll go to bed "early" or stay at night late. The Friday nights are even more remarkable when my mind is "busy" with the very idea of having a long weekend ahead of me.

Q.3- Do you think your weekends are long enough? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Yes, I believe my weekends are long enough to help me rejuvenate for the next week by allowing me to do the stuff I like. Naturally, a weekend additional, many people would like me, but I don't see it happen soon. So whether or not our weekend is long enough depended mainly on how much time we expect to spend.

Q.4- How important do you think it is to have free time on the weekends? [Why?]

Answer: Work is undoubtedly vital, but relaxation, families, and friends are crucial. But we won't "charge" ourselves, or engage sufficiently with our family and friends, without sufficient free time, either on the weekends or some other times, to show them their importance in our lives. So we need adequate time to ensure "balanced" energy to make our career and personal lives successful.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Traffic where you live

IELTS Speaking Topic: Traffic where you live

Q.1- How do most people travel to work where you live?

Answer: I live in Kuala Lumpur, where most people travel by coach since it is by far Malaysia's cheapest means of transit. These buses, completely air-conditioned, are impossible to miss and may take you to any stop and have a frequency rate of around 15 minutes. The buses also offer free Wi-Fi.

Q.2- What traffic problems are there in your area? [Why is that?]

Answer: The rising population, urbanization, and transit expansion have led to difficulties with traffic in the region in which I reside because cars are driven at high speeds and off-peak periods. These road troubles cause us to miss valuable work hours and cause additional fuel consumption and air pollution in Kuala Lumpur, an otherwise pristine town.

Q.3- How do traffic problems affect you?

Answer: Traffic concerns can psychologically and physically harm an individual. I have to prepare for my usual itineraries because of traffic challenges to have time to reach my place of work. Then when I get to my workplace, I am already fatigued because of "labor" additional time on the road. Besides, sometimes I do not have enough time to unwind in the presence of my loved ones when I can't go home after work on time due to the vast traffic issues again.

Q.4- How would you reduce the traffic problems in your area?

Answer: To make the traffic difficulties in my neighborhood easier, I will attempt to limit private automobiles and vehicles and enhance public transit. Secondly, I would promote more significant and more bicycles as bicycle infrastructure upgrades and buildings have been implemented, and the urban bicycling program has been introduced. Finally, a better strategy for connecting various city areas should be established on new roads and streets, because we currently have adequate room to develop new road infrastructures.


IELTS Writing Task 1 The diagrams below show why workers chose to work from home and the hours males and females worked at home for 2019.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The diagrams below show why workers chose to work from home and the hours males and females worked at home for 2019.



Answer-

The bar graph shows why men and women decided to work from home in 2019.

In general, the primary incentive for both men and women was saving money (45 percent and 42 percent, respectively). On the other hand, over one-quarter of men have productive results, two times more than women (24 percent and 11 percent respectively). The trend was also different for childcare, with over a quarter of women, so so few guys did it (4 percent ).

The table illustrates the hours of work from home in 2019 for men and women. The overwhelming majority of men worked more than 30 hours per week (81 percent), whereas most women worked similar hours (6 percent). When considering the group under 10 hours, over three-fourths of females work this quantity compared with only 3%. There are less significant variations between 10 and 30 hours per week.

In short, men and women do not always disclose specific reasons for working at home, and males generally work longer hours. In other words, men do not always work longer.



IELTS Writing Task 1 The graph below represents the number of hours/day that children spent watching television between 1950 and 2010.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The graph below represents the number of hours/day that children spent watching television between 1950 and 2010.



Answer

The diagram displays the average amount of hours per day spent on TV by kids. The diagram covers the period from 1950 to 2010.

In all, it can be stated that during a period of sixty years there has been a large increase in television viewership, although this tendency is possible.

The average number of hours spent by youngsters watching TV between 1950 and 1960 was modestly rising. This was accompanied by a considerable increase in youngsters between 1965 and 1982 between around one and four hours of viewing each day. A drop occurred during the next five years. 

The figure then grew somewhat again, to a peak of over four hours in 1995. This trend was, however, inconsequential.

Between 1995 and 2010, the hour of children viewing TV was another minor fall.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Travelling Q.1- How did you reach the examination center?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Travelling

Q.1- How did you reach the examination center?

Answer: The test center is far from my place of residence. I needed to get to the test center by road by bus.

Q.2- Do you like traveling?

Answer: Yes, I prefer to visit my nation and the rest of the globe whenever I have a chance to see what it has. I have called beyond my country to India, Nepal, Turkey, Malaysia, and Bangladesh.

Q.3- How do you usually travel?

Answer: Usually, I commute by bus if I don't go to work, and I take my motorbike in this instance. I would, of course, take a plane if I went to a different nation.

Q.4- What are the most common types of transportation run on the streets in your country?

Answer: Public buses and taxis are the most frequent modes of transit in my nation. We also have a train system, and the government plans to extend our water supply system.

Q.5- Which types of transportation do people in your country often use to move?

Answer: Public buses and four-wheel pick-ups are generally used for movement. Many utilize their bicycles and motorbikes, while the rich utilize luxury automobiles.



IELTS Writing task 1 The bar chart below represents employment figures in different tourism-related industries between 2009 and 2019.

IELTS Writing task 1

The bar chart below represents employment figures in different tourism-related industries between 2009 and 2019.



Answer

The diagram depicts a decomposition of jobs over ten years in the different tourism industries.

Overall, the total amount of work has grown during the time by around 20 percent. The numbers for the particular industries have nonetheless changed somewhat. For instance, while the tourism sector significantly grew its employment over the decade, the rise of hotels and other tourist lodgings was minimal.

Travel has almost quadrupled its number of workers by 2019 and has been the largest growing area. From 283,000 in 2009 to 357,000 in 2019, the food sector was also considerably higher, with the sports business growing almost equally well. Culture, encompassing museums and art galleries, was the least booming industry, with statistics slowly falling throughout the time.

The results reveal that employment in the tourist industry continues to increase, notwithstanding slight changes in the different sectors.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Visitors Q.1- What would you suggest a visitor should see and do in your country?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Visitors

Q.1- What would you suggest a visitor should see and do in your country?

Answer:

Bhutan is a stunning nation to visit, with far too many activities to choose from. Apart from the Himalayas, when you visit this Himalayan country, you will be able to witness some of the most magnificent and, of course, highest mountain ranges in the world. Beautiful trees and historic Buddhist architectural structures can also be found.

When you arrive in Bhutan, there are many things to do. Still, practically everyone wants to trek The Tiger's Nest Monastery (Paro Taktsang), one of Bhutan's most recognizable sites and is built on the side of a cliff wall in the Paro valley. 

Q.2- Are there any traditional arts or music you would recommend?

Answer: Bhutanese arts, culture, customs, and music are all deeply rooted in Buddhism. In terms of music, I propose Zhungdra and Bora Zhungdra, and Chandra employs prolonged vocal tones and a straightforward instrumental melody. During religious occasions, I would also recommend the "Cham" dance, consisting of a succession of masked dances performed in colorful costumes.

 Q.3- Tell me about the kind of foreign visitors or tourists who go to your country.

Answer: The majority of visitors that visit Bhutan do so for a short period, and they are mainly Asian nations, followed by Europeans and Americans. Bhutan's tourist industry has grown steadily since its inception in 1974, with 260,000 tourists visiting the Himalayan kingdom in 2018.

Q. 4-In what ways has tourism changed your country?

Answer: Bhutan has changed dramatically as a result of tourism. Because of tourism, it is now common to see youths wearing jeans and hooded sweatshirts and smoking cigarettes instead of the traditional Gho (knee-length robe). Bhutan has seen improved roads developed, English teachings for pupils legislated, and the television network and Internet connection installed due to tourism.



IELTS Writing Task 1- The graph represents data on the manufacture of passenger-cars in 2015.

IELTS Writing Task 1-

Write at least 150 words

The graph represents data on the manufacture of passenger-cars in 2015.


Answer-

The pie chart depicts the percentage of passenger automobiles produced in various parts of the world. The world is separated into seven sections for this data collection.

What sticks out is that the Greater China and Europe areas lead to passenger car production, with 26% and 25% respectively. In comparison, the Middle East and Africa manufacture extremely few automobiles: just 2% of all automobiles are made there.

When we look at the Americas, we can perceive a stark contrast between the northern and southern regions of the continent. While North America produces 19 percent of the world's passenger cars, South America produces only 4%.

Finally, even though Japan and Korea are only two nations rather than a region, they account for a significant amount of the total, at 16 percent.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Travelling to work or college Q.1- How do you usually travel to work or college? [Why?]

IELTS Speaking Topic: Travelling to work or college

Q.1- How do you usually travel to work or college? [Why?]

Answer: I usually commute to work on my motorcycle because I reside in a small village with no dependable public transit. In addition, I enjoy riding my little bike since it is easy to maneuver and park.

Q.2- Have you always traveled to work/college in the same way? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Yes, I have always ridden my bike to work, mainly because riding a bike allows me to go anywhere I want at my own time. Furthermore, I have discovered that depending on my motorbike costs substantially less than using a public bus, which is unreliable due to the poorly constructed roads in my neighborhood.

Q.3- What do you like about traveling to work/college this way?

Answer: The great thing about riding my tiny motorcycle is that I can get to my destination quickly, something I wouldn't be able to do if I commuted by bus. Furthermore, after finishing my office work, I occasionally have to go to various locations, such as visiting relatives and grocery shopping, and doing so on time would be tough if I didn't have my bike with me.

Q.4- What changes would improve the way you travel to work/college? [Why?]

Answer: In terms of modifications, I would want to see a much better public transit system in the region where I reside because riding a motorcycle on wet days can be unpleasant and hazardous. Furthermore, the roads in my areas need to be fixed or reconstructed, as they haven't been done in a long time.

IELTS Writing-Task 1 The table below shows the percentage-participation of women in senior-management in three companies between 1975 and 2015.

IELTS Writing-Task 1

The table below shows the percentage-participation of women in senior-management in three companies between 1975 and 2015.


Answer

The table represents the percentage of women in senior management positions in three companies from 1975 to 2015.

Women dominated top positions in Eldan by 2015, as can be observed.

To begin with, while Finsbury Ltd had 16 percent more women in senior positions than the other two businesses in 1975, the development was irregular, with a 2 percent decline to 14 percent in 1980, followed by a 1 percent gain five years later. Women had 7% more senior management roles in 1990 than they did in 1985. After a minor decline to 20% in 2000, women accounted for 26% of top positions in 2015.

On the other hand, women did substantially better at Eldan Ltd. Women held 3% of top positions in 1975, with no change five years later. By 1985, the percentage had risen to 14 percent, and by 1990, it had doubled to 28 percent. After ten years, a 5% rise in female senior management employment, with a near twofold surge in 2015, reached 64%, the highest of the three organizations.

Except for 2015, the situation at Bamforth Ltd was less spectacular than at the other two corporations. Women held 9% of senior positions in 1975 and 2% of senior positions in each succeeding decade until 2000 when it jumped to 46%.



IELTS Speaking Topic: Daily Routine Q.1- What would you like to change in your daily routine?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Daily Routine

Q.1- What would you like to change in your daily routine?

Answer: For the past few months, spending too much time watching too much television when I get home from work has been a regular pattern, and I'd like to break it. It's not just my wife who despises this dreadful pattern; I wouldn't say I enjoy it either because my extra television viewing habit/routine prevents me from getting enough sleep at night.

Q.2- Are all your days the same?

Answer: No, every day is different for me, just as the winter and a day in the summer are not the same. As a consequence, I'm joyful some days and "not-so" comfy others. In addition, some days I am productive at work, while other days I merely wish I could be more "productive."

Q.3- Tell me about your typical weekday and your typical weekend.

Answer: A typical weekday begins with a small "respect" paid to my "Goddess" mother, which I do every day. After that, I got on my motorcycle and drove to work, arriving at 9 a.m. after showering and eating breakfast. I complete my work at about 6 p.m. and head to a neighboring and local market to buy fresh items and meats/fishes. It's almost 8 p.m. by the time I get home. Following that, I complete my dinner and begin watching television, which I do most days until far after midnight.

Q.4- What is the balance of work/study and free time in your typical day?

Answer: I like to think that my work life and free time for leisure and other activities in a typical day are pretty balanced because I nearly always have enough time after work hours to communicate with my family members and attend to other essential tasks, such as grocery shopping and temple worship.


IELTS Writing Task 1 lThe bar charts below show the percentages of men and women in three countries in 2005 and 2015.

IELTS Writing Task 1

lThe bar charts below show the percentages of men and women in three countries in 2005 and 2015.


 Model answer

The two charts depict the percentages of men and women in employment in three countries in 2005 and 2015. 

Overall, we can see that the rates of working people hiked, with the proportion of women showing the most significant rise.

To begin with, the number of males employed was more significant than the number of women employed in all of the nations studied and in both years. South Korea has the most significant male employment rate (about 75 percent in 2005, rising to over 78 percent in 2015), while Canada has the lowest (just over 60 percent in 2005 and 70 percent in 2015).

In all of the nations studied throughout the two years, women had a lower employment rate than males. In 2005, it was below 50% everywhere, but by 2015, the statistics had grown. Over half of women in Canada worked, while exactly half of the women in Sweden worked. In comparison, just approximately 35% of South Korean women worked, compared to more than double that for men (nearly 70%).



IELTS Writing Task 1 The maps show-improvements that have been made to a university-campus between 2010 and the present day.

IELTS Writing Task 1

The maps show-improvements that have been made to a university-campus between 2010 and the present day.


Answer

The two maps depict the evolution of a university campus from 2010 to now.

Overall, the maps show that the campus has been upgraded and expanded, with significantly more student housing and services than before.

To begin with, the number and size of student housing structures have been expanded. A former student housing block south of the lake has been demolished and replaced by a new student complex with stores and offices. Furthermore, the instructional facilities have been improved.

The old single teaching block has been converted into an arts-only block, and a new science building has been constructed to the north of the campus. This has replaced the previous university offices. The grass and outdoor dining area near the lake have been demolished. On the other hand, the lake has remained and continues to be the focal point of the campus.



IELTS Speaking Topic: Laughing Q.1- What kinds of things make you laugh?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Laughing

Q.1- What kinds of things make you laugh?

Answer: Laughter is said to be good medicine, and I believe it. So, whether it's a joke from a buddy or watching a comedy film with my family and friends, I enjoy laughing. But it's my beloved cat's amusing antics that make me chuckle the most. I capture my cat's "funny" actions on my video camera since they make me giggle so much.

Q.2- Do you like making other people laugh? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Well, that depends on how well I know them and the circumstances at the time. But, in general, I wouldn't say I enjoy making people laugh because I don't always know what they're going through or what type of mood they're in.

Q.3-Do you think it's important for people to laugh? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Yes, I believe that people must laugh whenever the opportunity arises. Almost often, a hearty chuckle relieves bodily and mental strain and stress. Laughter also aids in promoting a general sense of well-being and the temporary relief of pain. Finally, laughing is necessary because it draws us closer together by maintaining a good attitude toward ourselves and our life.

Q.4- Is laughing the same as feeling happy, do you think? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: When we are joyful, we want to laugh, which is a widely understood human expression.

That does not, however, imply that laughter equals happiness. People might be in sorrow and despair and yet laugh to lift others' spirits. Then many consider laughing to be only an "expression." For example, we can laugh to go along with the "flow" at a "party" or another social event, but it doesn't indicate we're pleased.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Your favorite place Q.1- What place do you most like to visit? [Why?]

IELTS Speaking Topic: Your favorite place

 Q.1- What place do you most like to visit? [Why?]

Answer: The "White Cliffs of Dover" in Kent are one of my favorite places to visit. I'd like to see this breathtaking coastline, which has been waving "hello" and "goodbye" to thousands of travelers crossing the English Channel for centuries due to its beautiful geology, which includes brilliant white chalk walls, jagged cliffs towering 350 feet above sea level, and layers of wild and luxuriant grasses.

Q.2- How often do you visit this place? [Why?]

Answer: I prefer to visit this area, which is one of the most renowned monuments in the UK, if not the most prominent, twice a year since seeing beautiful sights is one of the few things I love doing outside of my stressful work life, and the White Cliffs of Dover appears to be at the top of the list of those locations that help me relax the most because of its magnificent natural beauty.

Q.3- Why do you like it so much?

Answer: Because of its distinctive characteristic, I enjoy visiting this location. There are few sites on the planet where such an extended length of the shoreline made entirely of white chalks may be seen. I admire it because this location, which stands tall as the island's guardians, has watched numerous historical events, including Julius Caesar's failed Roman invasion and being on the frontlines of both the First and Second World Wars.

Q.4- Is it popular with many other people? [Why?]

Answer: Yes, it is well-known to many others since Dover Castle, the UK's most giant castle, and the Bronze Age boat, in addition to the gorgeous White Cliffs, are the main attractions for many tourists. In reality, an average of 3.4 million visitors visited Dover for a day excursion in the last several years, with over 500,000 of them staying overnight.

Q.5- Has it changed very much since you first went there? [In what way?]

Answer: Yes, things have changed since I last visited this location, as today visitors may enjoy an annual plant fair event where magnificent flower and food plants are showcased for public viewing. Furthermore, since my last visit, the number of tourists had grown dramatically.



IELTS Writing task -1-Percent of eligible-voters registered for each race by state and year

Percent of eligible-voters registered for each race by state and year   

  The bar chart depicts the proportion of people registered as voters from state to state, by race and year, in 1965 and 2004.

Overall, it can be seen that white voters are still in the majority in almost all states, whereas the trend points to harmonizing voter numbers in each state over the forty years.

In 1965, more eligible white voters than eligible black voters were registered; the state with the most significant disparity was Mississippi, where only 7% of eligible black voters were reported than over 80% of white voters.

Louisiana had the most significant percentage of white registered voters, followed by South Carolina. Virginia had the most crucial portion of black registered voters, followed by South Carolina with slightly over 40%.

In every state except Mississippi, the trend of more white than black registered voters persisted in 2004. Furthermore, practically every state showed a decrease in the share of white voters. Virginia presently has the lowest rate of black voter registration, at under 60%, while Mississippi has the highest, at 75%.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Newspapers and Magazines Q.1- Which magazines and newspapers do you read? [Why?]

IELTS Speaking Topic: Newspapers and Magazines

Q.1- Which magazines and newspapers do you read? [Why?]

Answer: Every day, I read the Indian Express, a daily newspaper, and my favorite magazine is "The Week." I like reading newspapers and magazines whenever I get the opportunity to stay up with what is going on in my area of the world and the rest of the globe. I enjoy reading the magazine because it provides me with information on various topics that I am interested in.

Q.2- What kinds of articles are you most interested in? [Why?]

Answer: I read health-related articles to discover essential strategies for being well both physically and emotionally. As a computer science student, I'm also interested in learning about the latest computer technology developments. As a result, I try to avoid missing any technology-related news. However, this does not exclude me from reading books on other topics, such as sports or cuisine.

Q.3- Have you ever read a newspaper or magazine in a foreign language? [When/Why?]

Answer: Besides English and Hindi, I've always desired to read and speak in a new language. But I've discovered that it's not simple. However, I know a little "Bengali" (the native tongue of Bangladesh, a nearby nation of India), which has helped me read and comprehend certain "Bengali" passages in their publications recently. I grew interested in reading Bengali newspapers after meeting a Bangladeshi girl who is now one of my dearest friends.

Q.4- Do you think reading a newspaper or magazine in a foreign language is an excellent way to learn the language? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Of course, I believe that reading a foreign-language newspaper or magazine is a fantastic way to learn the language since it allows us to grasp the articles and their meanings at our speed and leisure. English is also a foreign language to me, and I learned it through reading English newspapers and journals and listening to radio and television programs in English.



IELTS Writing Task 1-Bar chart of average monthly-revenue from retail telecommunication subscribers

Bar chart of average monthly-revenue from retail telecommunication subscribers

 

The bar chart depicts the average monthly revenue from retail telecommunication subscribers from eight countries in North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania. 

Overall, it can be seen that the lowest revenue figures were found in Europe, the highest was in Asia, namely Japan, while North American revenue numbers were in the middle.

To begin with, the most significant income source per client was services, followed by data, and last, mobile. At $109, Australia had the most income per client for assistance; however, Japan had the highest overall revenue per customer since data and mobile payments were much higher than in the other nations.

Furthermore, Italy had the lowest revenue estimates, with $16 in mobile income, $44 in data, and $51 in services. The results in North America were quite comparable; both nations spent roughly $90 on services, $65 on data, and $53-$44 on mobile. The numbers for the United Kingdom, Germany, and France were comparable, with France having the most significant data revenue among European countries.


IELTS Speaking Topic: Neighbours Q.1- How well do you know the people who live next door to you?

IELTS Speaking Topic: Neighbours

Q.1- How well do you know the people who live next door to you?

Answer: I know my neighbors very well. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick, who live adjacent to my house, is more than our neighbors, and in fact, they are like close friends. Mr. Albert, who lives across our house, is a great person and I often visit him to play chess with him. I have a few neighbors who are close family friends. Thus some of my neighbors are intimate and dear to us, and we have a great relationship.

Q.2- How often do you see them? [Why/Why not?]

Answer: Almost every day, I see them. I notice someone waving his hands at me every time I walk out, and I do the same every time I see them. In addition, several of our neighbors who walk in the park early in the morning frequently welcome me. When it comes to seeing each other, we go to their place, and they also contact us very regularly - at least once a week, I'd say. We see our neighbors more frequently and have more talks with them than we do with our family since they live near to us.

Q.3- What kinds of problems do people sometimes have with their neighbors?

Answer: I feel that disagreements over the fence and limits are a typical occurrence among neighbors and sometimes the source of their hatred. Other causes for people not having a healthy connection with their neighbors include a lack of mutual respect, illogical conduct, and allowing pets to run free. Jealousy might also cause a break in their relationship.

Q.4- How do you think neighbors can help each other?

Answer: Neighbors are frequently more essential than family in the sense that they will be there for us anytime we need assistance, and they will share our joys and sorrows. As a result, a good neighbor may be handy in times of hardship and agony by extending his or her supportive hands. They watch after our property when we are gone and become excellent friends with us in the future. To give you an example, when my grandfather fell gravely ill in the middle of the night over six months ago, my neighbors rushed to our rescue, and we could have been in a lot of trouble if it hadn't been for their immediate support and aid. As a result, excellent neighbors are a boon to us.



IELTS Writing 1 -The graph below depicts the percentage of part time workers in each country of the UK in 1980 and 2010.

The graph below depicts the percentage of part time workers in each country of the UK in 1980 and 2010.

The bar chart represents the percentage of individuals who have part-time jobs in the countries that make up the United Kingdom from 1980 to 2010. 

Overall, it can be seen that there had generally been a slight growth in part-time workers between 1980 and 2010, besides Northern Ireland, whereas England and Wales had far more part-time workers than Northern Ireland and Scotland.

To begin with, 25% of individuals in England worked part-time in 1980. With roughly 33% part-time employees, Wales was the only country with a higher percentage of part-time employees. In both nations, the number of persons working part-time increased in 2010. In England, the ratio increased to over 30%, whereas in Wales, it increased to slightly over 35%.

On the other hand, Scotland had a minor share of part-time workers in 1980, at slightly over 10%. However, in 2010, this increased to about 20%, which is a considerable rise. Finally, Northern Ireland was the only nation in which the share of part-time employees was falling. Around 15% of the population worked part-time in 1980. In 2010, this reduced by a few percent.


IELTS Speaking -Topic - Musical instruments:

Topic - Musical instruments:

Q.1- Which instrument do you like listening to the most? [Why?]

Ans- I prefer the sound of a piano. The tone produced by a piano is very pleasing and lovely. It relaxes my thoughts and comforts my ears. The guitar is perhaps my second favorite musical instrument, as it is extensively employed in various genres.

Q.2- Have you ever learned to play a musical instrument? [Which one?]

Ans-I once attempted to learn how to play the guitar. I was even accepted into a music school to learn to play the guitar, but I could not complete the course. I can play some fundamental tones and songs on the guitar, but I am not a competent player.

Q.3- Do you think children should learn to play a musical instrument at school? [Why/Why not?]

Ans- I believe that schools should provide the opportunity for motivated kids to learn to sing and play a musical instrument, but that this should not be required of all pupils. If a student at school is enthusiastic about learning something, he or she should be provided the opportunity to do so.

Q.4- How easy would it be to learn to play an instrument without a teacher? [Why?]

Answer: In the pre-internet period, I believe it was nearly impossible. These days, however, online courses and interactive video lessons make learning to play a musical instrument like a guitar or drum without the direct supervision of a mentor a little simpler. However, having a teacher is highly advantageous since he or she motivates students to study and may serve as a role model for learning a musical instrument.


IELTS Speaking Topic - Telephoning: Q.1- How often do you make telephone calls? [Why/Why not?]

IELTS Speaking Topic - Telephoning:

Q.1- How often do you make telephone calls? [Why/Why not?]

Ans- Except for specific official reasons, I do not use a landline very often, but I use a cell phone often and regularly.

I use my cellphone to make and receive phone calls, send and receive text messages, and sometimes surf the web. I frequently use my phone to play games and listen to music. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't need it.

Q.2- Who do you spend the most time talking to on the telephone? [Why?]

Ans- That, I assume, is my mother. She is very loyal to me, and if she does not hear from me for longer than a few hours, she becomes concerned. When I'm out, she calls me a couple of times a day, and I can tell her almost everything. Because of these factors, she is the person I spend the most time on the phone or my cell phone.

Q.3- When do you think you'll next make a telephone call? [Why?]

Ans: I'll call my mother when I get out of the exam room to inform her that I'm fine and that my exam went well. I'll call her because I'm sure she's excited to hear from me and find out how good I did on the test.

Q.4- Do you sometimes prefer to send a text message instead of telephoning? [Why/Why not?]

Ans- Yes, sending a text message is often more easy and sensible than contacting someone. For example, if I'm in a meeting or a busy place, I'd instead send an SMS than make a phone call. Furthermore, I would instead send a text message than call the intended receiver if I sent an address, a phone number, or an email address.

 

IELTS Writing Task 1- The pie graphs given below show the result of a survey of children's-activities. The first graph shows how boys participate in cultural and leisure activities, whereas the second graph shows how the girls experience

The pie graphs given below show the result of a survey of children's-activities. The first graph shows how boys participate in cultural and leisure activities, whereas the second graph shows how the girls experience.

The two pie charts depict the survey result of boys' and girls' participation in various free time and cultural activities. 

Overall, it can be seen that most boys are highly inclined towards games, while a notable ratio of girls opted for dancing.

To begin with, only about a third of boys chose to play video games, while 2.6 percent preferred to play basketball. Furthermore, on than a tenth of them enjoyed skateboarding, and 17 percent of boys chose soccer. Boys were slightly less likely than girls to read books, with just 2% doing so. Surprisingly, listening to music was a 10 percent favorite hobby shared evenly by boys and girls.

When it came to girls' sports, the most common choices were dance (27%) and reading (21%), respectively, while boys chose gymnastics and netball (11%) and 15%, respectively. Surprisingly, video games were not as popular among girls as they were among boys.


The two pie charts below show the Death-ratio of infectious diseases in Canada in two years.

The two pie charts below show the Death-ratio of infectious diseases in Canada in two years.

 The two pie charts represent the fatality rates of infectious diseases in Canada between 1900 and 1930.

 Overall, it can be seen that in the beginning year, Diphtheria was the significant reason for death; after thirty years, non-pandemic became the primary disease, whereas measles caused the same number of deaths throughout the study. During this time, the number of people dying from infectious diseases decreased significantly.

To begin with, Diphtheria caused 37 percent of deaths in 1900, dropping to 24 percent in 1930. Typhoid fever and Scarlet fever cases decreased from 29% to 18% and 9% to 5%, respectively. Over thirty years, however, fatality rates from whooping cough increased from 11% to 15%, and other [nonpandemic diseases] increased 13 times more than their actual mortality rates. The only illness that had a steady mortality rate of 12 percent was measles.

In addition, according to the table chart, infectious diseases killed 86 out of 1000 people in Canada in 1900. However, by 1930, the mortality rate had dropped dramatically to 32.


IELTS Speaking Topic - Food and cooking: Q.1- What sorts of food do you like eating most? [Why?]

IELTS Speaking Topic - Food and cooking:

Q.1- What sorts of food do you like eating most? [Why?]

Ans: I enjoy home-cooked meals and adore my mother's recipe. She is an excellent chef, and I appreciate her meals. We like to order Chinese menus if we go out to eat. Aside from that, I enjoy buttered popcorn, pizza, Indian Masala dosa, Mexican Tacos, doughnuts, and sandwiches, which are a combination of several different international foods.

Q.2- Who usually does the cooking in your home?

Ans: In our kitchen, my mother cooks, and as I previously said, she is an incredible chef. I always congratulate her and encourage her to open a restaurant in the neighborhood, which she often finds amusing. My older sister Emma sometimes lends a hand in the kitchen to my mum. On the other hand, I am in control of food shopping and everyday shopping.

Q. 3-Do you watch cookery programs on TV? [Why/Why not?]

Ans- I wouldn't say anything. I am particularly not a fan of television shows and like to watch movies on my mobile instead. I want to fly and cook now and then, and my favorite shows are 'Hell's Kitchen,' 'Iron Chef,' and 30 'Minute Meals.'

Q.4- In general, do you prefer eating out or eating at home? [Why?]

Ans: I like eating at home. Homemade cooking has a higher nutritional value and a wider variety of options. It is much more hygienic and less costly. If we have special days to celebrate, though, we like to eat at a pub. My father and I also demand that my mother dines out on special occasions such as wedding anniversaries and birthdays because it gives her more time to socialize rather than being trapped in the kitchen.



IELTS Speaking -Health Q1 Does process food hurt our health?

IELTS Speaking Topic-Health

Q1 Does process food hurt our health?

Yes, I think that is right. People now eat a lot of fast food and sugars, which is terrible for our health. Let's begin with the sugar. Sugar is a popular ingredient in packaged foods and is linked to heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. When we eat fast food, our blood sugar levels spike rapidly, making us feel suitable for a short time before we crash. These mood and energy spikes are nasty for your health, and they illustrate the harmful effects of sugar and processed diets on our bodies.


IELTS Writing Task 1-The pie charts show the comparison of different kinds of energy-production in France in two years.

The pie charts show the comparison of different kinds of energy-production in France in two years.

The two pie charts depict the proportion of five types of energy production by the different sources in France in 1995 and 2005. 

Overall, it can be seen that the significant energy sources were gas and coal in both the years while nuclear and other energy sources generated the minimum amount of energy in France. In contrast, petrol was the only source which reduced in the last year.

First and foremost, coal generated 29.80 percent of total electricity in 1995, with a minimal improvement of around 1 percent in 2005. Similarly, gas produced 29.63 percent in the first year, rising to 30.1 percent the following year.

Moreover, nuclear power and other energy sources increased by about 5%, reaching 10.10 percent and 9.10 percent, respectively. However, petrol was the only cause, falling from 29.27 percent in 1995 to 19.55 percent in 2005.


IELTS Speaking-Q.1 Did your parents keep your name?

Q.1 Did your parents keep your name?

Answer-Yes, my name was chosen by my parents. My parents wanted me to have a good reputation when I was born, at least in their eyes. Even before I was conceived, my mother told me that my father had brought a baby-name-book. As a result, my name is entirely credited to them.

Q.2 How did your parents choose your name?

Answer: They were inspired by a name they noticed in the novel, and they took my grandfather's surname as their surname. As a result, they mixed the names and chose one for me. However, this was the last step in the process of deciding on my name. They had to pick from hundreds of words and spent countless hours perfecting the character.

Q.3 Does your name have any special meaning?

Answer-My name means a lot to me, and it means a lot to my friends. Clyde's first element of my name is derived from the name of a river, precisely one in Scotland. I was born by a dam, and I think my parents wanted me to grow up to be as big as a river! The second part of my name, Entriken', is the surname of a prominent ancient British dynasty.

Q. 4 Is your name common or unusual in your country?

Answer- This is not a very famous name, according to statistics. However, based on my knowledge, I would say that I have personally known at least ten people of the same name but a different surname.

Q.5 If you could change your name, would you? Why/Why not?

Answer- My name means a lot to me, and I'd never change it. Anyone's name is one-of-a-kind and has great significance for them. I could use a pseudonym if I need to ghostwrite any posts, but I would never accept changing my real name to anything for the sake of modernism or design.


Swimming Can you swim?

Swimming

Can you swim?

Yes, I can. I learned at school when I was almost seven, a long time ago. Swimming lessons were obligatory at our school.

Are there many places to swim near-you?

Indeed, there are several open swimming pools. There's the most indoor one at an enormous sports complex within the center of town. There are very few open-air ones. 

Do you think everyone should learn swimming?

I think it's fundamental. First of all, you spend much of your life on occasion by the water, for instance, once you go to the shoreline on occasion, so you won't be able to enjoy yourself together with your companions because you can't swim. Moreover, for security reasons, it's essential. 


IELTS Writing Task 1 -The tabular data represents the breakdown of scores for the IELTS general test in 2010.

The tabular data represents the breakdown of scores for the IELTS general test in 2010. 

In general, it can be seen that on average, all the students have scored the highest marks for the speaking area and the lowest marks for the reading section.

To begin with, from an overall perspective, German speakers achieved the highest grades with an average score of 6.7 across all four sections, whereas French speakers scored the second-highest scores overall, closely followed by Malay and Indonesian speakers.

Though French speakers did not do much good in the reading, speaking, and listening sections than the Indonesian and Malay speakers. There was a major difference in the grade of their writing section. These grades were high relative to Indonesian and Malay candidates.

Surprisingly, Malay speakers, who achieved the second-lowest results overall, completed—the highest products of all four language groups for the reading section..



IELTS Speaking- Books 1-What kind of books do you like to read?

IELTS Speaking- Books

1-What kind of books do you like to read?

I generally prefer to understand accounts. It is fascinating to find out about individuals' genuine day to day routines, particularly when they have had intriguing lives and have had numerous issues. I do peruse fiction too, however I regularly think that its hard to get hold of a book that I like. I likewise appreciate finding out about books to do with current issues.I mostly like to read biographies. 

2-Do you read the same kind of books now that you read when you were a child?

Not truly, no. I didn't examined that much when I was a child, but on the off chance that I did, it was primarily fiction books, such as pixie stories. Things just Like the Lion, The Witch, and the Closet. Daydream things. When do you think is the leading time to read? I think any time is alright, but when I perused I like to concentrate, so I can't perused for a brief time like on a transport ride like a few individuals do. I need to put time aside to appreciate it. So on the off chance that I have some free time at the end of the week, I might perused for a number of hours. And I about continuously examined some time recently I go to bed - this makes a difference me to sleep.

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IELTS Writing Task 2 -When a country develops its technology, the traditional skills and ways of life die out. It is pointless to try to keep them alive. Do you agree and disagree?

When a country develops its technology, the traditional skills and ways of life die out. It is pointless to try to keep them alive. Do you agree and disagree?

Technology is flourishing at a tremendous pace, and undoubtedly, this advancement is taking a toll on traditional values. In my opinion, I do believe that in this technological world, traditional values are bound to disappear.

First and foremost, there are several reasons to support my outlook. Firstly, In this fast-paced world, everyone is assisted with the mobile phone to stay connected with their family and friends. In contrast, earlier people used to send letters and stand in the long queues of phone booths to maturity one call. This headway within the modes of communication has demonstrated that conventional abilities are worth nothing. Besides, innovation has changed the world of design. Individuals utilized to do weaving, sewing and planning physically, but presently machines have made each assignment less demanding and comfortable. To substantiate my view, many fashion designing students were seen portraying pictures of models themselves for checking the compatibility of colors. Still, at present, this work is done in seconds on multifarious advanced software. Apart from this, hardly anyone is seen purchasing pitchers for cool water because of the invention of refrigerators.

To conclude, the evolution of modern technology is an ongoing process, so the time-consuming traditional methods will not maintain their pace with these latest trends. Hence, it is useless and a wastage of time to preserve them.



IELTS Writing Task 1 #The two pie-charts below show the online shopping sales for retail sectors in Canada in 2005 and 2010.

The two pie-charts below show the online shopping sales for retail sectors in Canada in 2005 and 2010.

 

The two pie-charts compare the percentages of online sales across different retail sectors in Canada in the two additional years, 2005 and 2010.

Overall, it can be seen that the online sale of an electronic item and home furnishing shrunk, whereas the craze for food and video games grew during the five years.

To begin with, in 2005, significant online sales were observed for the appliance and electronic sector with 35%. Moreover, this percentage had contracted to 30% by 2010. Over the mentioned period, the number of people deciding to buy food and beverages online increased. The transactions expanded from just 22% to 32%, making it the retail sector with the most significant proportion of the online market.

In 2005, the home furnishing industry demonstrated an impressive 25% of the total online sales in Canada. In contrast, by 2010, the figure had fallen considerably to 15%. Surprisingly, online sales of video games eventually overtook home furnishing sales though video games still represented only 23% of the market.



IELTS Speaking #Time

Time

Are you good at managing your time?

I'd say I'm not up to par! I'm aware that some people use an electronic organiser or some other gadget to schedule their activities, but I don't. But I still make sure I'm on schedule for appointments and other obligations, and I stick to deadlines and complete tasks.

How do you manage your time?

As I previously mentioned, I do not have a system in place to handle my time. For example, if I'm at work and have a lot of cases, I go through them every day and decide which ones I should work on first. We have an online diary at work, which I believe I use, so in that way, I do manage my time.

When is it most important for you to manage your time?

In my opinion, believe it is more likely when you are at work. When you're not working, it won't matter that much, or at least not to you, if you're late for a meeting or an appointment, or if you're having stuff done around the house. However, failing to manage your time efficiently at work can create issues when you can miss deadlines or appointments. It's possible that you'll lose your work. As a result, work is when it is most important to manage your time.



Writing Task 2 Some people think that teenagers should be required to do unpaid community-work in their free-time. This can benefit teenagers and the community as well. Do you agree or disagree?

Writing Task 2
Some people think that teenagers should be required to do unpaid community-work in their free-time. This can benefit teenagers and the community as well. 
Do you agree or disagree?

Youngsters are the backbone of every country. Some people believe that youngsters should be encouraged to initiate social work as it will result in a flourishing society and teenagers' individualistic growth. I think that this motivation has more advantages than its disadvantages.