IELTS Writing Task 2
Overpopulation is the world's most serious environmental-problem.
Do you agree or disagree?
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.
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?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
IELTS Writing Task 1
The diagram below shows the recycling process of aluminum cans.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Q.1- What would you suggest a visitor should see and do in your country?
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-
Write at least 150 words
The graph represents data on the manufacture of passenger-cars in 2015.
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.
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
IELTS Writing-Task 1
The table below shows the percentage-participation of women in senior-management in three companies between 1975 and 2015.
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%.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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%.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
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..
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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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.
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.
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.
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.
To begin with, children's social work can be easily linked with personality development because, during this journey, they tend to communicate with a variety of people, which leads to polished soft skills. This improved skill set will help them lifelong in every field. Apart from this, the actual values of life like tolerance, patience, team spirit, cooperation can be learned. Besides that, young minds serve the country with full enthusiasm that gives fulfillment and self-satisfaction. This worthiness for themselves brims them with self-confidence and a nationalistic feeling. Furthermore, going and experiencing multiple culture and tradition make their horizon so broad that add one more feather to their cap.
However, Can the cons of this initiation be ignored? Children go to school, participate in different activities, endure the pressure of peers, parents, and teachers. Considering the cut-throat competition, they should not be expected to serve society without their self-benefits. Such pressure might bring resentment in their mind from a long-term perspective.
To conclude, I believe the notion of a teenager doing unpaid work is beneficial, but proper tracking and care should be given to avoid unexpected consequences.
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