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[Petronilla B] Writing Practice Test 106531

Task 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

Percentage of UK people who consumed daily recommended amount of fruit and vegetable in 2002, 2006 and 2010.

Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

You should write at least 150 words.

Writing Task 1

the bar chart provides a breakdown of eating habits of British, showing the percentage of people consuming greens in three given dates, that are 2002, 2006 and, eventually, 2010, based on both a gender and a aging difference.

a closer look at the graph reveals a fluctuating trend involving men, women and children attitudes across in the provided years. the data, in fact, show a general growth in having both fruit and vegetable in everyone diet in 2006, compared with the previous trend in 2002. following such increase, the percentage of all three categories referred-to had a new drop, setting their numbers on a slightly risen percentage compared to the first given date.

on the other side, the chart reveals a gender gap in having recommended food. women are those who have more care about healthy, indeed. with the beginning in 2002, the difference between male and female attitudes was about 3 point, with 25 percent of women and 22 percent of men, while, such a discrepancy had widened in 2006 about 6 points in 2006, before narrow again in 2010 with a 2 points gap.

Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

In recent years, the family structure has changed, as well as family roles. What are the changes occurring? Do you think these changes are positive or negative?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience. 

You should write at least 250 words.

since History provides an experienced evidence of communities evolution throughout the years, it does not surprise that even family look has undergone changes as the time has gone by. Marked differences, in fact, are detectable in an old-fashioned idea of family and its actual aspect; nevertheless, harms seem to be little to none and the following dissertation is to delving the main reason why both a new structure and a new role may not have any drawbacks.

having said that, as it is commonly known, family aspect is turning in a modern configuration, whose skeleton is roughly out of the classic range. although it might not involve all cultures, a gender difference in a family structure is losing its previous weigh and both a woman and a man have an equal parental function, in fact. Love has conquered modern societies and it is quite usual meet same-gender parents upbringing their adoptive offspring all around the world, without having any negative impact on society wellness.

on the other side, even the role played by a familiar hub has been replacing a previous idea. family is not further a tied relationship, set in a stable place where rising up children and parking a small car. since gender differences do not mean anymore, even its function has changed its old aspect: neither religious reasons, nor cultural ones force women in their home and offspring do not linked to such a place for nothing but a healthy relationship with their own parents.

overall, such a pattern is surely a double edged sword, since the healthy growth of the new generation may be put in doubt. however, changes have always had a positive impact, as they represent single moment in a evolution path. following that, important achievements in society, such as gender equality, cannot be denied and a such a families changes are likely to be nothing that a consequential effect, not necessary a negative one.


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