[木 �] Writing Practice Test 597359
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The pie charts below show how dangerous waste products are dealt with in three countries.
Write a report for a university, lecturer describing the information shown below.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
The three pie charts illustrate the different ways of dealing with dangerous waste products in three different countries, namely Republic of Korea , Sweden and United Kingdom.
In Republic of Korea, the most frequent way to dispose dangerous waste is recycling, which account for 69% of the total,
while the other two ways of destroying waste by fire and burying them in the underground are at 9%, 22% respectively.
Sweden, like the the Republic of Korea, also use the three methods to deal with the dangerous waste. The difference is, in Sweden, the way of burying waste in the underground account for the highest proportion at 55%, in contrast, the other two ways have slight difference on percentages, the way of recycling reaches to 25% and incinertion is 20%.
When it comes to the UK, the ways of disposing waste are quite different with the two countries above. 82% of dangerous waste products in UK are buried in the underground, the way of dumping at sea and chemical treatment account for the same proportion at 8%, only 2% of dangerous waste are dealt with incineration.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic.
Some people think that government is responsible for the rise in obesity in children.
Do you agree or disagree?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
According to recent demographics, it shows that people are getting fatter than before, especially children. Some people believe that the government is responsible for the rising level of obesity in children, which I can't agree more.
Firstly, government has been too slack on regulation of food additives. we can see so many snacks and soft drinks lay on the shelves of supermarkets contain excess sugar, margarine and artificial sweeteners and preservatives, those actually can increase one's appetite. Because of the cheap price and good taste, children are more willing to buy more and have excessive unhealthy food, it is one of the obvious reasons why children are much fatter than before.
Secondly, the government has not offer enough channels for the popularization of scientific and healthy eating information among the children. Children can see those unhealthy food's advertisements easily from many places, whereas there are few ads or TV programmes about telling them how to eat healthier.
Each food ad is presenting their food products attractive and tasty, therefore, when children go shopping with their parents, they are more likely to buy the snacks they have seen from the ads. Even in the school, there is no one course aiming for teaching children about what bad influence will happen to them if they intake too much artificial additives or sugar. As a teacher, I can see so many children prefer soft drinks with excess sugar to water, because they have no idea about the bad impact after having excessive sugar.
In sum, I firmly agree with the idea that government should take more actions to help children eat healthier and know more about the bad influence of excessive artificial additives.