[Angela C] Writing Practice Test 661978
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The diagram below shows the proposed town.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
The chart illustrates vary greatly in chooseing destinations from British emigration during 4-year period.
By and Large, it is clear that Australia was the most popular contury from 2004 to 2007 although the numbers of migrations were as quite fluctuated as USA and France. On the other hand, New Zealand was the most unpopular country for British to emigrate which declined consistantly between 2004 and 2007.
Looking the chart more closely, one can see that Australia was the most common destination for British emigration. especially in 2006. This was followed by Spain, constituting Australia was stood at over 50 thousands while Spain was less nearly one third which was as identical as France than Australia in 2006.
Furthermore, it is apparent to see that New Zealand was the most prevalent country during these 4 years that the average of migrations were roughly at 20 thoudsands even though it was slightly more than USA in 2005. Representing the former was at about 21 thousands and the latter was at around 19 thousands. Moreover, the British went to New Zealand was more than France in 2007, accounting for 20 thousands as well as 18 thousands, respectively.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Some people think that hosting international sports events may be beneficial for a country. Discuss both views.
You should write at least 250 words.
Nowadays, without doubt, it is beneficial for people to learn English in oversees, espectially living in English-speaking countries. On the other hand, some critics believe that with advanced technology development, there are a lot of methods for people to hone in English. This essay will partially agree with the viewpoint on the ground that it is little doubt that living in English-speaking countries can help people explosure to English in their daliy life. On the other hand, there is strong possibility that people can master their English within distinct approachs.
First of all, perhaps living in English-speaking countries can create an environment for people to exposure to English more. This is to say that by communicating, listening and reading a lot of English consistantly in their daliy life, people will become far more confident in English. This is primarily because of an environment, people have no choices to ignore using English in their daily life such as ordering in food, hanging out with their friends and writing in English. Hence, living in English-speaking countries may good for people to learn English result from an native environment.
But even so, some people are concerned about with high-tech teachnology, people might have more opportunities to learn as well as become proficient in English. This means that people can join various long-distancing lessons online in their own countries. A good illustration is that there are a lot of softwares as well as websites such as Amazing Talker, Youtube as well as MOOC for helping people to improve their levels of English. Therefore, it is highly likely that there are variety of ways for people to learn English instead of imgrating to other countries.
To summarize, it is hard to say that which sides of opinion is the best. From my point of view, the key is determination as well as diligence. What I mean is that it is common to say that "practice make perfect", if people are willing to keep practicing English, it is no matter that wherever you live and whatever approachs you use.