[Celine S] Writing Practice Test 628917
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The diagram shows the production of circuit boards.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
The flow chart illustrates the production of circuit-boards. The process can be devided into three stages, each consisting of three tasks.
At first the materials need to be gathered and prepared by cutting them and applying fire retardant. Afterwards everything will get cleaned and is now ready for the upcoming processing stage.
This part of the production is organiced in a loop allowing for different outcomes depending on functionality. But before that, the IC is automaticly attached and soldered. The finished board is then visually inspected and tested, in order to determine its quality. If the product fulfills all requierments it proceeds to the final testing stage. Otherwise the board will be rejected and the chips gets thrown away.
The final testing is the last step before the circuit-boards get packeged and delivered to factories. A board can, however, fail the test. Failiure will result in a return to to stage two, where the IC will be attached again.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Boxing is a blood sport which often results in physical injury. It is inappropriate for this sport to exist in the modern age.
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.
Boxing is a sport that draws many visitors and a steady stream of new athlets. But that might be suprising, since it is a violent sport that often results in serious injuries of the participants. As a developed society, who at large condemns fighting, the continued interest can be seen as undermining our values and beliefs.
While using fists to communicate is definitely inappropriate people claim, that this is not what happens in a boxing match. Everybody who steps into the ring consents to the physical altercation and is aware of the risks associated with it. Furthermore, there are precautions taken and a jury in session to make sure nobody gets seriously hurt. Those points cause many fans of the sport to claim, that it is not so differnt to most other sports since there is always a possibility to get hurt. Additionally, one might argue that what two consenting adults do in there past time or as their job is just nobody elses business.
On the other hand, people who don't think boxing should continue, often are convinced that society sets the wrong incentives. The promise of fame and quick money that is often associated with a career in boxing might tempt some to disregard their long-term health for short-term gain. Since socially disadvantaged individuals are less likely to have alternative prospects, one might argue that it is not a real choice after all. Another concern of critics is the corruption of the audience. Frequent exposure to violent entertainment is often connected to a higher likelyhood to become violent.
While I can understand that boxing is not for everyone, I think that the personal freedom of everyone involved should be respected. Because at the end, nobody is forced to watch or take part in a boxing match.
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