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TAST 1: The plan below shows the village of Pebbleton 20 years ago and now.
TASK 2: Any country should be able to sell goods to other countries without the restrictions of the government. Do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Line graphs
TASK 2: It is better to be unemployed in jobs rather than to be employed in jobs even if they don’t feel happy or enjoy. Do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: The charts below show the internet use in different purposes in Australia in 2010,2011 and the percentage by users. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
TASK 2: Major cities in the world are growing fast, as well as their problems. What are the problems that young people living in those cities are facing? Suggest some solutions.
TASK 1: Mixed charts (line with table)
TASK 2: Advertisements are becoming more and more common in our everyday life. Is it a positive or negative development?
TASK 1: Bar charts
TASK 2: Some people say team sports (football) have lots of benefits. Others say Individual sports (swimming, tennis) are better. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
TASK 1: Mixed charts (Line with pie)
TASK 2: The natural resources such as oil, forests and freshwater are being consumed at an alarming rate. What problems does it cause? How can we solve these problems?
TASK 1: Mixed charts (Line with bar)
TASK 2: Whether or not someone achieves their aims is mostly by a question of luck. To what extent do you agree or disagree.
TASK 1: The chart shows the number of people working in 4 sports sectors in an Australian town in 2015.
TASK 2: To succeed in business, one needs to learn and know math. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Bar charts
TASK 2: Many different countries have most shops and products that are the same. Some people consider this to be a positive development, while others think it is a negative development. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
TASK 1: Maps
TASK 2: Some people believe that to prevent illness and disease, governments should focus more on environmental pollution and housing problems. To some extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Maps
TASK 2: In some countries, more and more people are becoming interested in finding out about the history of the house or building they live in. What are the reasons for this? How can people research this?
TASK 1: The graph shows the average Japanese month salary (Yen) from 1953 to 1983, and the prices of black and white televisions and color televisions during the same period.
TASK 2: Human activity exerts negative impacts on plant and animal species. Some people believe that it is too late to solve the problem. Others say we can have effective actions to deal with the situation. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
TASK 1: Mixed charts (Line and bar)
TASK 2: Widespread of technology has given people more freedom to work instead of travelling to work or college. Do the advantages of this outweigh the disadvantage?
TASK 1: The graph below shows the price of bananas in 4 different countries from 1996 to 2004.
TASK 2: Nowadays people have cosmetic surgery to improve life. Why do many more people choose these operations? Do you think this is a positive or negative development?
TASK 1: The pie charts show the percentage of male & female workers in country A & B.
TASK 2: Environmental damage is the problem of most countries. What factors damage the environment and who should take responsibility?
TASK 1: Pie charts.
TASK 2: Some people believe that children should be taught about recycling and avoiding waste at home, while others believe children should learn this at school. Discuss both views.
TASK 1: Pie charts.
TASK 2: Some people say that economic growth is the only way to end hunger and poverty, while others say that economic growth is damaging the environment so it must be stopped. Discuss both views and give your opinion.
TASK 1: Map the Shalton village from 1910 to 2010.
TASK 2: If people could choose between a life without working or a life spending too much time working, people would choose a life without work. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: The chart below show the percentage of people who ate five portions of fruits & vegetables per day in the UK from 2001 to 2008.
TASK 2: Some people think watching TV is bad for children, while others think that watching TV has more beneficial effects on children. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
TASK 1: The maps show how the industrial area will change into a housing area in the future.
TASK 2: Pop stars earn much more than classical music performers. Discuss both views and give your opinion?
TASK 1: The bar chart shows expectations to change of European young people in the next 20 years in 5 different areas.
TASK 2: Only reason to work hard is to earn money. To what extent you do agree or disagree.
TASK 1: Table
TASK 2: Some people say that increasing fuel costs could reduce environmental problems, do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: The table shows data about what people in the UK thought the government should increase spending on.
TASK 2: The best way to solve the world’s environmental problem is to increase the cost of fuel for cars and other vehicles. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Bar chart
TASK 2: In education and employment, some people work harder than others. Why do some people work harder? Is it always a good thing to work hard?
TASK 1: The chart below shows the depth of snow (cm) in a particular ski resort in Canada in three individual years.
TASK 2: Crimes committed by young people are increasing in major cities throughout the world. Discuss the causes and how to solve for this problem.
TASK 1: Bar Chart
TASK 2: Parents should encourage children to spend less time studying and more time doing physical activities. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Process.
TASK 2: All fathers should be entitled to time off from work when their children are born. What is your opinion?
TASK 1: Process (diagram of how water is produced by solar panels and water filler).
TASK 2: Art classes should be compulsory in high school. Do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: The table show questionnaires about the opinions of club members and general public for the new theatre in one town in 2012.
TASK 2: Some people believe that the government should not spend money on international aid when they have their own disadvantaged people like the homeless and unemployed. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Table.
TASK 2: Some believe that younger family members should be legally responsible for supporting older family members when they become physically, mentally and financially unable to look after themselves. Do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Line graph (shows the percentage of water in rivers which was tested in 4 places in the UK from 1990 to 2002).
TASK 2: Government should support care vs finance for retired people while others believe that they should save money when they get older. Discuss both views and give your opinion?
TASK 1: Table (about the amount of salary of teachers in secondary/high school of 5 countries).
TASK 2: Some people say that advertising encourages us to buy things that we really do not need. Others say that advertisements tell us about new products that may improve our lives. Which viewpoint do you agree with?
TASK 1: Bar graph (Number of undergraduates studying in the UK between 1980 and 2005).
TASK 2: It is important for parents to read stories to children. Others think it is unnecessary because children can find them in other sources e.g books, and TV. Discuss both views and give opinions.
TASK 1: Table
TASK 2: Scientists tell us that some activities are good for health and others are bad. Despite knowing that, millions of people still continue doing unhealthy activities. What are the causes and what are the solutions for this?
TASK 1: 2 Pie charts
TASK 2: Some people think that the main purpose of schools is to turn children into good citizens and workers, rather to benefit them as individuals. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Bar chart
TASK 2: Some people think that all teenagers should be required to do unpaid work in their free time to help the local community. They believe this would benefit both the individual teenager and society as a whole. Do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: The diagram below shows the stages in processing cocoa beans.
TASK 2: Nowadays people depend on technology for leisure activities. Is this a positive or negative development?
TASK 1: The charts below give information about different types of waste disposed of in one country in 1960 and 2011.
TASK 2: Large companies use sport events to promote their products. Some people think this has a negative impact on sports. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Bar.
TASK 2: In some parts of the world it is increasingly popular to research the history of one’s own family. Why do people want to do this? Is it a positive or negative development?
TASK 1: The bar chart.
TASK 2: Nowadays, most people try to balance between work and other parts of their lives. Unfortunately, not many achieve this balance. What are the problems with this? Suggest some solutions to solve the problems.
TASK 1: Bar
TASK 2: In the modern world, it is possible to shop, work and communicate with people via internet and live without any face-to-face contact with others. Is it a positive or negative development.
TASK 1: Chart
TASK 2: Employers should give their staff at least a 4-week holiday a year to make employees better at their jobs. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
TASK 1: Table
TASK 2: Some scientist thinks that there are intelligent life forms on other planets and messages should be sent to contact them. Other scientists think it is a bad idea and would be dangerous. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
TASK 1: Line graph and table
TASK 2: Today news plays an important role in people’s lives and news media are more influential than ever before. Why is it this case? Is it positive or negative?
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