IELTS 11 Test 1 Task 2 GT

Some employers require job applicants to reveal information about themselves such as their marital status or hobbies and interests. People often disagree about whether or not such personal details are relevant and necessary. I believe that it would depend on the job nature but in most cases, much of the personal information required is not …

IELTS 10 Test A Task 2

In many countries around the world, criminal activity has been on the rise. The causes are many but can be categorised into two types: the glorification of violence and hatred in popular culture and the increased amount of valuable information that is transmitted and stored by the public using unsecured systems. Generally speaking, to reduce …

IELTS 1 Test GT Task 2

Leading up to the Year 2000, computer programmers working around the world were scouring the source code of archaic software systems looking for instances of the Y2K bug in order to prevent the likelihood of said systems from crashing or malfunctioning at the turn of the century. This event highlighted not only the pervasiveness of …

IELTS 10 Test 2 Task 2

Some people advocate for universities to offer only courses that directly contribute to the functioning and development of society. I believe that whether or not a university should set such criteria for its course offerings depends a great deal on its main source of funding. If a university is primarily funded by tax payers, then …

IELTS 1 Test 4 Task 2

The concept of a lifelong career in a single occupation is an outdated one. People now need multiple consecutive or simultaneous professions and other revenue streams, and to undertake lifelong education in order to do so. This shift necessitates access to appropriate learning resources and platforms. In that regard, governments and employers should help prepare …

IELTS 1 Test 3 Task 2

The content of newspapers and television news broadcasts is decided by news editors. The main factor driving their decisions is a desire to increase audience retention in order to maximise advertising revenue. In general, editors choose to include bad news because they believe that if it bleeds, it leads. Instead, if more good news stories …

IELTS 1 Test 2 Task 2

There is debate about whether rich countries are obligated to assist poorer nations with education or food provisions or whether governments of developing countries carry full responsibility for the welfare of their citizens. I am of the view that because developed nations often prosper at the expense of less fortunate ones, they have a moral …

IELTS 1 Test 1 Task 2

People around the world today can enjoy a much wider variety of music genres than ever before. The massive variety of available music is a blessing because as humans, we thrive on good music socially, emotionally and intellectually. Whether the benefits to a local community of their traditional music outweigh those of newer styles from …

IELTS 7 Test A Task 2

Some people would rather reside in a house, whereas others feel that apartments offer more benefits. In my view, each type of home provides distinct advantages that meet the needs of different occupants, and it is therefore not possible to say the advantages of apartments trump those of houses or vice versa. It is plain …

IELTS 6 Test 4 Task 2

Some people crave the excitement of novelty and change while others find more comfort in maintaining the status quo. As change is the only constant in life, I believe that trying to avoid it will lead to problems. However, altering one’s situation does not always lead to optimal or desirable outcomes, so discretion is advisable …

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