[Andrey A] Writing Practice Test 975306
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 picture demonstrates the implementation process of circuit boards. Overall, the production could be split into three main stages: preliminary stage, where a raw material is retrieved and processed, main stage, where the actual manufactoring is done, and final stage which finishes with delievery of the product.
The first stage is designated to the delivery of material and its initial preparations such as cutting, spraying with a fire retardant and cleaning.
The second stage is occupied by manufactoring of the end product. It could be seen that this process forms a cycle with the following steps: automated IC attachment and soldering, visual inspection and quality contron testing. The latter step may lead to the board rejection, next iteration of the cycle, or the final testing depending on its result. The final testing either leads to the next iteration as well, or to the last stage.
The last stage contains only two steps: packaging and delievery to factories.
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 really dangerous sport which usually leads to physical injuries. However, I do not agree that it is inappropriate for the modern age to has such a sport, since it is a huge part of our culture and many people actually enjoy watching it.
To begin with, boxing is depicted as blood but fair and honorable sport in different kinds of art, such as literature and cinema. For instance, Ernest Hemingway has a number of stories related to this sport in his book "Men Without Women", and there are also various movies about boxing. A one may become boxer for different reasons: it could be encouraged by existing culture, it could be a wish to fight fairly without any lie which is rarely achievable in life outside sport, or a way to throw out internal aggression. In any way, it is his or her freedom of choise whether to take part in this sport or not, and I believe it is absolutely not appropriate to forbid people boxing.
Furthermore, people actually like watching boxing, otherwise it would not be so popular. They associate themselves with a sportsman and experience rush and adrenaline along with him. After a competetion, fans usually feel relief as after great movie, except they know that all the action took place in real life, which is not a case for movies. This perception of reality increases the feelings greatly, leading to more fascinating experience.
In the end, I want to underline this again: I believe that boxing is totally appropriete for the modern world, along with other extreme sports, and its cancellation would be absolutely unfair and generally bad, even though it is undisputably very injury-prone.
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