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[trym t] Writing Practice Test 486571

Task 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The bar chart below gives information about vehicle ownership in China.

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information.

You should write at least 150 words.

Writing task 1

The bar chart indicates the number of transportation ownership in China, measured in among thousand people during 12-year period, from 1987 to 1999.

In general, the number of vehicle owners increased rapidly every year within the given time frame. Specifically, the number of transportation owned by Chinese in 1999 hold the highest place, while the figure in 1987 witenessed the oposite pattern.

In the first 4 years, there was a slightly upward trend in each year in the number of vehicle possessed by Chinese owners, from circa 250 in 1987 to under 1000 vehicles/1000 people. The figure in the next 3 years was relatively the same with the previous, but then experienced a remarkable upsurge at nearly 2 times higher in the next year.

4 years later on, the number kept rising up to under 3000 vehicles/1000people. And then in the last given year, the transportation's owners rate climbed up by approximately 2000 vehicles/1000people, which was seen to took the first place in the abovementioned figures.


The provided bar graph indicates the number of vehicles owned by Chinese people in the period of 12 years, between 1987 and 1999.

In general, it can be clearly seen that the number of vehicles experienced a substantial upward trend throughout the whole given time frame.

Firstly, the number of cars per thousand people stood at circa 300 vehicle in 1987. This figure almost doubled by late 80s to reach just above 500 vehicle per thousand people. In addition, transportation ownership rose steadily during early mid 90s to held around 1000 per thousand people.

On the other hand, the rate of increase in motor transportation possession skyrocketed during the second half of the 90s. To begin with, approximately 2000 vehicles were owned by every one thousand Chinese individuals. This figure grew by circa 1000 in 1997 to nearly 3000 vehicle per thousand people. Lastly, the number of private vehicles per thousand of exceeded to above 4000 by the end of the period. Furthermore, it is interesting tomention that the number of transportation per thousand people in China in 1999 was two times higher than in 1995.

Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic.

Rich countries should allow jobs for skilled and knowledgeable employees who are from poor countries. 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.

Wealthy nations should have their oppotunities on recruiting skilled and well-educated labourers from underdeveloped nations to work for them. On the aspect of improving all together in such intergrated society, i completety argee with this statement.

Firstly, it is obvious to see a wide range of benefits when developed countries allow people from poor regions getting jobs in foreign countries. As a way to ehance their finance strongly by gathering more intelligent and cultural diversity from all kinds of places around the globe, the company or corporation will possibly take many advantages within their workforce. In other words, multicultural employees who have different perspectives and solutions, as well as methods in order to elevate the business by different ways of thinking in their tasks. The diversity and unlimited creativity are one of the top key elements for the development of a company and the prosperity of the nation itself in a wider view.

Moreover, it is not only about the merits for rich countries but also the enhancement in the well-being of each workers, along with their families that come from the poor ones. It would be really unfair and become a waste of money, time and effort if a skillful individual who has so much potential ability cannot contribute dedicately by utilising 100% of his knowledge for the corporation due to the limited abroad recruitment chances available. Some might find it extremely difficult when it comes to finding jobs in their own countries for many reasons, such as their national working environment is not suitable with their admirations, the income that they get could not meet their demands to cover daily subsistence fee, etc,... Therefore, getting employed in a more professional corporation from a developed nation, along with good compensation is one of the best way for a person to gain achievements that equivalent to his educational level.

To conclude, goverments and abroad entrepreneurs should permit jobs for knowledgable workers from underdeveloped countries as a win-win method in order to expand the horizon for both individual and communal future.


Over the last half century, the pace of alteration in the life of human beings has increased beyond our wildest expectations. This change has been driven by the boomin breakthrough in science and technology. Thus many skilled people from the developed countries could apply for careers in the wealthier nations. Although, there are some commentators who believe that developed countries should not provide jobs for those coming from developing countries. In my opinion, I am strongly inclined to the view that professional employee should be given good job opportunities in rich nations.

To begin with, the developed countries will gain great benefits from involving highly skilled and knowledgable individuals in the work organization in different sectors. Since those ambitious and highly qualified people will increase the productivity and creativity of any work system. For example, a recent study conducted in Canada has revealed thqt more than 25% of the labourers who successfully participated in the medical research were immigrant physicians.

Furthermore, providing suitable careers for well-educated people from poor countries will encourage them to immigrate with their families to the wealthier regions, especially those that have a low number of population and need professional workers to provide different efficent services in those countries. Undoubtedly the overseas employees could enrich the working environment in prosperous nations.

To conclude, it can be cleary seen that there are a wide range of advantages of allowing jobs for skillful workers from poor countries in the rich ones. I do recommend that the government of the developed nations should consider it carefully..........

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