[Mirta M] Writing Practice Test 759976
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
You have a Facebook friend living in another country and s/he is curious to learn about a major news item in your country.
Write a letter to your Facebook friend. In your letter
describe a news story in your country
explain why people are interested in it
say how the story personally relates to you
You do NOT need to write any addresses.
Begin your letter as follows:
You should write at least 150 words.
Thank you so much for asking me about the demonetization process happening in India. It's such an interesting topic and I'm constantly looking for a chance to converse with someone about it. So what is demonetization? It's a movement initiated by the government to strip the current currency notes off of it's value and introduce completely new ones.
People have been showing a lot of interest in movement because of what it means to our society. This is the first step to eradicate monetary corruption in my country. For decades, multiple politicians, businessmen and plenty of other people struck by greed had started producing black money in ordering to increase their net worth. Now this movement has stripped even the black money off of it's value. Everyone with ill intention have been pushed back to scratch!
Has this affected me and other commoners? Yes it has. When they announced demonetization, nobody was prepared for it and so everyone had to queue up in front of banks and ATMs in order to get the new currency since their old one were clearly invalid. It truly was a mess.
I hope I've answered your question and I can't wait to hear from you soon!
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
A healthy person is often described as someone who has a good diet, gets plenty of exercise and avoids stress.
What should people do to stay healthy in your country?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
In recent times, the health industry has become one of the most commercial industries. From dieticians, personal trainers and yogis to the ever-growing market of health supplementations, there seems to be no end to it's boom. All of them, however, have a similar motto: to make man eat better, stay fit and stress less. Now how can that be done realistically, without burning half of your salary away every month? I am going to take you through some changes that my own country, India, can take in order to become healthier.
To begin with, one must really take care of what is being put into their body. While it doesn't have to be raw produce and saltless food, it would certainly help your health if a better balance is kept with eating at home and out. It's no secret that cooking food at home is always healthier than dining out. However, I am well aware of the fact that meals are also a time of socializing that is done in restaurants and cafes. In fact, so much of our youth now, including my own siblings, prefer to eat out with their friends and often indulge in unhealthy fast food. There's nothing wrong in this if it happens once in a while, but when it becomes frequent is when health is compromised. A good balance between eating at home and outside can make a huge difference in the health of Indians.
Another aspect of health that is pertinent in these times is stress management. For ages, India has been known for it's excellence in yoga and meditiation. The new generation unfortunately has lost touch with these roots. Most of them are so engrossed in racing through life that they often forget to pause and take care of their mental health. By the time they realize how harmful this is, their stress levels are already hitting through the roof and damaging their bodies in unrepairable ways. This can be avoided by starting to practice meditation. Meditation is famous for helping in stress management. studies have shown practicing meditation helps you to not only manage you stress levels, but also improve your concentration and your overall mood.
There are plenty of ways to become healthier, but the most sustainable ones are those that have the least amount of effort required. This essay explained two changes we Indians could make to improve our quality of health. In my opinion, good food and better stress management is key to a longer life.
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