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IELTS 9 test 1 writing task 1 The two maps below show an island, before and after the construction ofsome tourist facilities.Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

These particular two maps represent how an island constructed for tourism with a few facilities. Turning to the first map before construction, it can be seen that an island, which surrounded by sea, had a few palm trees and a beach in the west. Moving to the other map, one can see that there are some facilities have been built on the island. One of the first things to note is that there are 15 tents for tourists to live in. The first six of them have been built around three palm trees on the west of the island while the others have been constructed on the central part of it. Between these tents, there is a restaurant in the north and a reception unit which is surrounded by a vehicle track. Another thing which stands out from the map is that anyone who wants to go sailing should follow the vehicle track which brings to the pier in the southern side of the island. Also, there is a beach for swimming which can be found on the western part of the island. Overall, after the construction, the island has become an amazing place to rest. IELTS 9 test 1 writing task 2 Some experts believe that it is better for children to begin learning a foreign language at primary school rather than secondary school. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantages? [Answer 1] Some school of thoughts argue that a foreign language should be learnt in the primary school while others argue that this strategy would put extra amount of pressure on the innocent children and subsequently considering the importance, necessity and obligation of learning a foreign language then I strongly believe the thoughts of the first party. Apparently the advantages of learning a foreign language in the primary level cross the minor number of disadvantages. Generally the age of childhood is very fresh and no any type of psychological pressure from their home and outside the home is on their shoulders and they are just free to play, enjoy and study, so the structure of the foreign language can easily be copied in their minds and finally they can become more mature when they get qualified to the secondary school due to the long term procedure.

On the other hand some school teachers devise quiet complicated teaching methodologies for teaching students and in the result the children get bored and failed in clearing the examinations of the foreign language. Therefore students could get mentally confused and discouraged to follow up the other school subjects as well. For instance my cousin was trying hard to learn the English language but not succeeded to pass the very basic English language examinations and he also complained the identical reason. To sum up all the observations then we can get a perception that teaching a foreign language to the students of the primary school is the best idea and beneficial for the future of the students but meanwhile a very slow and progressive, enjoyable and transparent teaching strategies should be planned in order to provide a very delightful environment to the lower aged students. [Answer 2] Some experts claim that learning a foreign language at primary school is better than secondary school. While it has some undeniable drawbacks, I could suggest that the children should begin learning the second language from being at primary school. Starting learning foreign language at the early age has many advantages for the primary students. Firstly, learning any language other their mother tongue is just a process of repeating and repeating again the words, phrases, sentences and being also familiar with grammar. They are in control of them to remember and use them regularly in many situations to form natural reaction of that language. Otherwise, almost the primary students have no pressure to learn so hardly is there treat in exam instead really learn. Secondly, it is better for the children to have more time to practice when they approach the foreign language soon. Those students will own completely that second language better than others starting at the secondary school. Additional, children have more chances in their life to take advantage of the foreign language which they master. Nevertheless, we cannot deny some disadvantages of learning a foreign language at secondary school. If teachers at primary school are not good enough to teach, children easily have some fundamental mistakes which are very difficult to fix. In another hand, the children at primary school does not have as much awareness of the importance of owning the second language as those of secondary school. In conclusion, learning a foreign language at secondary school have some shortcoming above but I truly believe that the children should start learning other language at primary. IELTS 9 test 2 writing task 1 The chart below shows the total number of minutes (in billions) of telephone calls in the UK, divided into three categories, from 1995--2002. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

This chart provides information about the total number of minutes of telephone calls, given in billion minutes, by three different type of call in the UK from 1995-2002. The date can be divided into two groups; one group experienced an increase, while the other group showed fluctuation. With respect to the former group, it can be seen that the national and international fixed line were increase gradually It start at about 38 billion minutes in 1995 and went up to 60 billion minutes in 2002. Likewise, the mobiles also showed the upward trend but the change was significantly. It jumped from about 3 billion minutes in 1995 to about 42 billion minutes in 2002. However, the latter group experienced the highest proportion of the number of minutes of telephone calls but fluctuated. It rose slightly from 70 billion minutes from 1995 to 1999, before falling slightly to the same point in 2002. Overall, over the 8 years observed the most use of the telephone call in the UK was still the local fixed line, while the other 2 groups became more popular. IELTS 9 test 2 writing task 2 Some people believe that unpaid community service should be a compulsory part of high school programmes (for example working for a charity, improving the neighborhood or teaching sports to younger children). To what extent do you agree or disagree? Community service and pursuits such as charity work are praiseworthy and important ventures. There are both benefits for the individuals who are helped as well as for the volunteers. However, the issue of obligatory community service raises questions as to the extent of the advantages it would provide. If a high school student had to undertake an unpaid position working for a charity, then there may well be a certain amount of resentment on behalf of the student due to the lack of choice and the sacrifices they would have to make in terms of their free time. This could lead to the opposite effect of the programme's intention; to teach teenagers valuable life lessons, such as respect and empathy for others. Conversely, a compulsory volunteering project could have a positive effect on high school pupils as it would become a commonplace and expected situation. As these teenagers grow up, the attributes that they gain from community services could help to shape a better, more caring society. The opportunity to understand hard work, self-discipline and the duty of care that all individuals have is clearly of educational benefit. However these qualities could also be learned from paid work. Many students at high school have to

maintain a part-time job in order to support their families or save for their future. Compulsory community service would severely disrupt the requirements of these students and be incompatible with their lives and schedules. To exploit the various advantages that community service offers, it should be available in schools but not be obligatory. If improving the area by picking up litter, for example, was rewarded and respected by institutions, then teenagers would be more likely to happily engage in such activities. In a similar way, if schools were able to provide charitable pursuits that matched an individual's future aspirations, then this would be a better path to follow. In conclusion, I am convinced that offering well-respected and useful opportunities to do community service to high school students is far more beneficial than forced participation. IELTS 9 test 3 writing task 1 The charts below give information on the ages of the populations of Yemen and Italy in 2000 and projections for 2050. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The pie charts illustrate the changes in different ageing sectors of populations in two countries, Yemen and Italy, in the period from 2000 and 2050. In general, the changing patterns of these countries are relatively different. For Yemen, a number of people ageing from 0 to 14 year olds accounted for half of population in 2000, are projected to decrease substantially to just over a third (37%)in 2050. In contrast, 15-19 age group, which just make up 46.3% in 2000, increase to a anticipated high percentage of population in 2050, with 57.3%. Leaving 60-plus category remain almost stable, rising slightly from 3.6% to 5.7% over the same period. On the other hand, Italy shows a opposite pattern of changes, where the aged( 60+ years) tend to more popular, with the predicted dramatic increase from about a fourth to 42,3% from 2000 to 2050. Whilst, people ageing from 15-59 are predicted to decline significantly from nearly two thirds to only 26,2% over the same period, Similarly, young people (0-14 years)also decrease, albeit insignificantly, from 14.3% to 11.5%. Overall, the charts show the two distinctive models of population in two countries: The ageing and young ones. IELTS 9 test 3 writing task 2 Some people say that the best way to improve public health is by increasing the number of sports facilities. Others,

however, say that this would have little effect on public health and that other measures are required. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion. Health is the most important thing in a person life. Some people believe that the standard of public health can be improved by increasing the number of sports facilities, while others refute this statement and emphasis for other methods. These points of view will be discussed in this order. Firstly, it is considered by many persons that the given solution will help people to do the exercise with fun, so more souls will attract to take part in the work out, which is beneficial for health, in their life. For example, in the India, there is a town, ‘Banga’, which has many physical recreation options, such as many grounds, parks and sports clubs. As the result of this, the young and old generations keep busy themselves in the playing and exercising. Consequently, this city has low rate of obesity cases in its region. It is clear from the above instance that the proposed method benefits a city, which leads to the superior public fitness. Thus, it is the reason that many thinkers gravitate towards this suggestion. On the other hand, many individuals disapprove this view and emphasis for the necessity of other ways to improve the health level. For example, they argue that in the 21st century, the life style of humans is very busy, so the people do not have the leisure time to involve themselves into sports activities. Therefore, they prefer other formulas tackle this problem such as the education: the consumption of fast food can be decreased by educating the creatures about the harmful impacts of junk food, and this step contributes in the improvement of the degree of public soundness automatically. Thus, that’s why many people are in the favor of this point of view. From the causes related to the reduction of fatness, time-shortage and education, the issue of increasing the sum of sports facilities has been supported and refuted. However, after the examination of above given facts, it is clear that the other measures are required to raise the level of public health. I strongly believed that the government should take some steps to find the more tactics to improve the level of citizen’swell-being.(Band: 7.4) IELTS 9 test 4 writing task 1 The graph below gives information from a 2008 report about consumption of energy in the USA since 1980 with projections until 2030. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The line graph illustrates the amount of energy consumed in the USA since 1980 with prevision until 2030 according to a 2008 report. The general overview here is that the consumption by renewable energy as Nuclear, Solar/Wind, Hydro power is always surpassed by fossil fuel as Petrol and Oil, Coal, Natural gas.

To specify, in the fossil fuel group, the amount of consumed Petrol and Oil fluctuated in the first fifteen year from 35 quadrillion units to 33 quadrillion units before a significant climb to 47 quadrillion units in 2030. Similarly, after an unstable trend from 20 quadrillion units in 1980 to 25 quadrillion in 2014, the figure of Natural gas will stay unchanged until 2030. However, Coal had seen a considerable increase to 22 quadrillion units in the amount of consumption, followed by gradual rise to 28 quadrillion units in 2030. In comparison, in the rest group, the amount of energy consumed by nuclear increased slightly from 4 quadrillion units to 6 quadrillion units in 2006, before keeping unchanged until 2025, and the figure will go up to 7 quadrillion in 2030. On the contrary, the consumption of Solar/Wind and Hydro power fluctuated to 4 and 3 quadrillion units in 2010, followed by an unchanged trend until 2030. IELTS 9 test 4 writing task 2 Every year several languages die out. Some people think that this is not important because life will be easier if there are fewer languages in the world. To what extent do you agree or disagree this opinion? Nowadays, several languages die out every year. Some people think that this is not important because life will be easier if there are fewer languages in the world. I agree with mixed of these opinions. I think if we have fewer or one popular language in word, it will be help us to communicate easier to each other in many fields. But in other hand, it cause ruin many thing such as cultures, religions, costumes and indigenous languages. I try to illustrate these aspects in following paragraphs. To begin with, at the present time, world goes to globalization, and many people in world have to communicate to each other. They have to trade, voyage, and go to university and migration to other countries. Clearly if there is one common and popular language in world, this is very easier for them to go to other countries or have trading with other people in the world. For example, my dad is manager of Car Company; he went to Germany for management courses in last year. Now, he says if I did not have good base on Germany language I could not pass those courses. Hence, a common language could be helpful for all people. In the other hand, extinction of indigenous language cause to ruin many cultures, costumes, religions and literatures. These facts build many people and countries histories. These histories were built along many years and so many wars. For example, Greece language is common language in the old Greek. Greece people do many wars for conquering to other people. But now, with death of Greece language those attempts are destroy. Thus, it is very important to protect old and indigenous languages. To put it in a nut shell, I think it is very good to have a common language in the world, but we should respect to protect indigenous languages from forgetting. We should save our wealthy costumes, cultures and literatures. General training test A (Task 1) You are working for a company. You need to take some time off work and want to ask your manager about this.Write a letter to your manager. In your letter .explain why you want to take time off work .give details of the amount of time you need .suggest how your work could be covered while you are away Dear Mr Smith, This is one of your employees in the research section, Fereshteh Dayani. Iam writing to request a one-week off work from 22ndto 29thof August.

Unfortunately, my aunt hadheart attack last night. We took her to a hospital and luckily shenarrowly avoided the risk, but she has to be hospitalized for one week. As she has two little children andher husband is on a trip now, I have to look after my aunt’s two children during this week.Therefore I would appreciate your kindness and consideration if you accept my request for one-week offwork. However, I will figure out some parts of my work through the internet while I am at home, also I willsend the results for the colleagues via email. In addition, I asked one of my co-workers to present theincome of my research instead of me in the next meeting which is supposed to be held on Wednesdaymorning. I really appreciate your understanding and cooperation in advance. Yours Sincerely, Fereshteh Dayani General training test A (Task 2) Being a celebrity-such as a famous film star or sports personality-brings problems as well as benefits. Do you think that being a celebrity brings more benefits or more problems? There is no doubt that every gold coin has two sides, in that fashion every famous person also has both the effects in their quotidian life, positive and negative. Undoubtedly, as social icon celebrities are belongs to privilege class. Therefore, they enjoy much higher benefits that a common person. However, problems are not avoidable. Nevertheless, their natural life is not easy like others. Celebrities are belongs to diamond class of our society. They normally do not have economic problems and additionally the famous persons are having very good social, political and administrative contacts. Hence, they do enjoy many advantages without any pain, on the other hand, a simple man has to struggle quite a hard for the same facility. For instance, a child of a famous personality can get an admission to a top class school or college without any hindrance, perhaps, without any pretest or examination. Nonetheless, a common person will not get entry for his/her child in the same school or college, no matter how good the student is. Most importantly, celebrities are leading much secure life. Securities are allows securing a celebrities life and assets from strangers. Additionally, a famous person and his family are highly restricted from a common crowd. However, a celebrity con not lives his/her natural life for his iconic personality and security arrangements, deployed for him. Celebrities are allows surrounded by media, therefore, iconic people do not spend quality time publically. Additionally, famous personalities are role model for many people. Hence, each and every moves of a social icon is accountable for judgment, for society’s benefits. In this situation, no human being can lead his/her life comfortable. In conclusion, being a celebrity, famous people have much stronger responsibilities towards the nation. Therefore, their life is protected and restricted too. However, being a famous personality, people do enjoy more benefits then hindrance. However, problems are not ignorable. General training test B (Task 1) On a recent holiday you lost a valuable item. Fortunately you have travel insurance to cover the cost of anything lost. Write a letter to the manager of your insurance company. In your letter .describe the item you lost .explain how you lost it .tell the insurance company what you would like them to do

Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing this letter to you regarding my loss of a valuable item: ‘an Apple iPhone 4S of white color’, during the vacation time last week. Allow me to describe the whole situation for you. 7 days ago, I was in the London on a holiday trip with my family. At the June 27, a movie , Transformer : Age of Extinction, was being watched by us in a famous London cinema, then the cell phone slipped from my pocket on the theater’s sitting seat, and I was unaware about the happening of this unfortunate event, until we reached our hotel room. Then, the whole matter was come into my notice, and the enquiry was done by me immediately, but it was too late. Given the circumstances, now, it would be greatly appreciated by me if your company could give the claim, which the price, 400$, of the mobile phone, as soon as possible, so that a new cell phone can be bought by me. I shall be very thankful to you for this. Yours faithfully, James Smith. General training test B (Task 2) Some people think that the teenage years are the happiness times of most people’s lives. Others think that adult lifebrings more happiness, in spite of greater responsibilities. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion. [Answer 1] Every person wants to enjoy each stage of life happily. Some people believe that the best phase of life is teenage, while others perceive that adulthood is the happiest period. Adults can live joyfully in the following ways. Firstly, they can use the money earned in their profession to buy things which enable them to lead quality life. Further, they can have peace of mind as they start saving for future. Secondly, they are matured enough to understand what really makes them cheerful on a sustained basis with minimal effort. Due to this, they can rejoice every moment of their life as they could foresee and adjust accordingly. Thirdly, they can experience wide variety of events such as becoming a husband, father etc. Hence, they can enjoy life to the fullest possible extent. For instance, I became much happier and enjoying the role of husband after getting life partner. On the whole, adulthood provides plenty of opportunities to please ourselves. On the other hand, teenage is also pleasurable in several ways. Primarily, teenage people do not have any obligations or duties, therefore they can find free time to play the sports they like. Secondarily, the mistakes made by them are forgiven easily as they do not have maturity. Consequently, they can explore novel things which intrigue them. Nevertheless, sometimes they may get addicted to harmful habits such as smoking due to lack of mental maturity. To conclude, I opine that, adulthood is more enjoyable compared to teenage as they can experience diverse things which make life fulfilling despite the responsibilities, whilst teenagers can enjoy only a limited and specific set of things. [Answer 2] A popular topic talked about by people in all walks of life is which the most enjoyable age is. Some people say that it is school life whereas others prefer mature life. This essay will discuss both of these responses. However, in my opinion, adult age outweigh adolescent age. Regarding the young age, clearly its advantages come mainly from the low degree of responsibilities. First, people in this range do not work. As a result, they are far from being stressed out. Take daily life as an example, they arrive at homes

from schools early leading to have a great amount of leisure time, unlike adults who tend to have short rest time because of work. In addition, due to their parent's support, these juveniles have only few things to be concerned about. To illustrate, when they get ill, they could stay on beds, because their parents will look after them. Therefore, they are likely to have a great number of pleasant days. On the other hand, although they are responsible for a variety of tasks, people in working age have two major benefits. Obviously, they earn money for themselves causing them to be able to afford more favorite items. A good example is expensive toys which could not be had in the past because parents though they were extravagant. They can buy it easily when they work. Similarly, adults are likely to be independent from any ones, particularly parents. Thus, they can do what they are keen on without limitations. For instance, sport lovers can come home very late in order to do exercise for long hours. This situation would be difficult to happen if they were children. To conclude, it is unfair to claim any side as a totally correct answer, because this is a subjective question. However, I missed several things in the past resulting from my parent's strictness. Hence, I prefer mature time to teenagers.


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