[lovelesh s] Writing Practice Test 595221
You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.
The diagram below shows the development of cutting tools in the Stone Age. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
You should write at least 150 words.
The given map illustrates the developmental changes in Chorleywood where the number of people living rose gradually from the mid 1900.
It is evident from the figure that the park and golf course was the major addition to the town which is located right at the centre. In addition, a train station was also constructed to the south-west of the park. Furthermore, main roads were refurbished which connected different parts of the area.
Moreover, a motorway was introduced in 1970 which lead from south to north which met with the main road at a junction in north-east corner of the town.More significantly, a railway tracks were layed down to ease transportation in 1909 which headed from the west to the east across the motorway.
To conclude, the major attraction added to the town were Motorways and Railways, whereas the roads remained the same. The golf course was also an important adition to the town.
You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic.
Nowadays, sports is a big business with high earnings for professional sports people and companies involved both financially and other ways. Is this a positive or negative development for sports?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
. smoking and phones both injurious
.smoking and phone less interaction with people
*unlike smoking, phones are advantegous
*connect with people
*helps if used for the right amount of time
Although people who smoke say they only do so because it helps them relax in some way or the other, the fact is it actually makes them distant from other people(non-smokers). Now, an arguement arises wether we should ban cellphones just like smoking is in several places. I partially agree with this and in this essay i will disscuss my viewpoint while giving relevant examples.
First and most importantly, both smartphones and cigarettes compromises the connections we have with people in our everyday lives. For instance, people who do not smoke do not look eye-to-eye with someone who smokes regularly and the same goes for people who are on their phones most of the time because they do not focus their energy on being with or interacting with other people which often results in a communication gap.As a result, a person feels more and more disconnected which leads to greater risks of mental as well as social health of an individual.Hence, it might beneficial if phones are banned in places suhch as cafes, restaurants and classrooms where people aim to interact.
However, banning mobiles might not be as fruitful as we think becuase unlike smoking, phones do have a lot of advantages and tons of benefits. They help in communicating with someone who lives far away and also keeps individuals updated with a wide variety of information. Furthermore, a mobile also helps in de-stressing and relaxing by watching videos or listening to music which has proven to be good for humans.
To conclude, both smoking and phones are quite anti-social and banning them in a particular area might reward humanity. Nonetheless, phones are comparitively useful if only used for the right time at the right place.