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[Truong K] Writing Practice Test 669425

Task 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The table below shows the salaries of secondary/high school teachers in 2009. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparison where relevant.

You should write at least 150 words.

Writing Task 1

The table below shows the salaries of teachers in five countries in 2009.

With the starting salary at 80,000, reaching 119,000 after 15 years, and being 132,000 at a maximum after 30 years, Luxembourg seems to be the lead for the highest salary. It takes 30 years to get to the maximum salary point for teachers. With 28,000 at the start, increasing up to 48,000, and staying at the same rate even after 30 years, Australia is the lowest paying country for teachers. It only takes 9 years to get to the maximum period for Australian teachers.

Australia and Demark seem to be the only two countries with the salary not changing during the "after 15 years" and maximum year period. In Denmark, the payment at the start is 45,000 and increases up to 54,000 for the maximum and "after 15 years" period. For Denmark teachers, they need an 8-year of experience to have a maximum salary. Japanese teachers who have a 37-year of experience have a full salary of 86,000. Their starting salary is 34,000, with 15-year of experience, it increases up to 65,000. The Korean has a salary of 30,000 at the start. After 15 years, it improves to 48,000, and it takes 34 years to reach the maximum salary of 62,000.

Task 2

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

The tendency of news reports in the media to focus more on problems and emergencies rather than on positive developments is harmful to the individuals and the society as a whole.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

You should write at least 250 words.

Can the newspapers or magazines' tendency to report urgent news and issues rather than positive developments harm individuals and society? It is one of the questions people ask with the rise of new ways to report events happening. Some people think it can bring some possible harm, while others think of the opposite. Today, this essay will discuss both views.

On one hand, the tendency to report urgent news and issues can harm individuals and society. It is in a mental way rather than a physical way. Should you be a child who only sees terrible and emergency things happening, it will affect your view of the world forever. Watching urgent news can affect many people's moods, which leads to sadness and disappointment. It might not seem like much at first. However, continuous exposure to those feelings can be horrible for people's mental health. People should not see too many negative things in their life as it can cause depression and damage their mentality.

On the other hand, reporting urgent news and issues can help people know what they should do to help and protect society. For example, issues about the covid pandemic were on TV 24/7 because the government needed people to know about the situation and how to keep themselves safe during those situations. When people see that urgent news, they get a sense of duty to keep themselves safe. The continuous broadcast about Ukraine and Russia can give people knowledge about the war. The news helps us open up our eyes to what the Ukraine people have to endure in these times.

To sum up, urgent news can help people open up their eyes to what is happening and what they should do in these situations. However, should people watch too much negative urgent news, it will not be great for the mentality of people.

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