[Serah W] Writing 484381
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
Write a letter to your friend. In your letter
• say why a driving licence is advantageous
• recommend a driving school
• give any extra guidance/tips
You do NOT need to write any addresses.
Begin your letter as follows:
You should write at least 150 words.
I hope this letter finds you well. Thank you for writing to me last month. I am glad to hear about your intention to finally learn how to drive. There are many benefits of having a licence. One of the main advantages is that you don't need to bother another family member or friend everytime you want to go somewhere. Also, you save money by not having to use taxi services.
The key to passing your drivers test with flying colours and obtaining a licence I believe comes down to practicing at a great driving school. I would recommend Trent driving school. I had my driving lessons here and highly recommend their instructors and overall service.
The most important skill you need to remember to master in your driving lessons is confidence on the road. For you to do this, it is important you study the road rules and remember them by heart. Once you know the rules confience comes easily with practice.
I wish you all the best and don't forget to write to me and let me know how you are doing along the way.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
Should long-term job seekers in receipt of government benefits be made to do voluntary work so that they give something back to the community?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
In many developed countries in the world, people who are yet to secure paid jobs are offered doll payments by the govenment to assist them with taking care of their basic needs. I believe receivers of this type of payments should do some voluntary work in their communties so they are giving something back.
Firstly it is only fair that doll receivers give back to their communities. After all, it is the tax paid by the hard working employees within their communities that ensures doll receivers whilst unemployed are able to put food on their tables and pay bills. Communities also include elderly residents and people living with disabilities. These groups are not able to help themselves or others and it costs the government addtional money to employ nurses and aids to help these disadvantages group of people. By getting doll payment receivers to assist with chores in the homes of disadvantages people within their community, the government not only saves some money, but it promotes inclusion and a sense of togetherness within the community. These intangible benefits are priceless.
In addition to the above, unemployed members of the community can advertise their skills whilst helping their neighbours out. Those neighbours may have friends and family who visit and are able to witness these skills, and these interactions just might result in an employment offer. Similarly, the local city council may realise the value of work that they do and offer a job.
There are significant advantages of doll receivers doing pro bono work within their communties. The work that they do could help the government save money; bring the community together; event help them secure a job if they are lucky. I strongly recommend governments impose conditions on receivers of these benefits so they are bound to give back to the community.