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IELTS Writing Test 63

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Task 1: The pie charts below show the average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.

Task 2: Some cities have vehicle free days where private cars, trucks and motorcycles are banned in city centres. Only bus, bicycles and taxis are permitted in the city centre. Do you think the benefits outweigh the disadvantages?

Write at least 250 words.

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4 responses to “IELTS Writing Test 63”

  1. Rekha Soni says:

    The pie charts reveal the ratio of house hold spending in Japan and Malaysia in the year of 2010.

    Overall, the expenditure of OGS, housing and food constituted the major part of the average household expenditure of Japan and Malaysia, whereas the percentage of transportation and healthcare was lower in both regions in 2010.

    According to the pie charts, the expenditure of OGS accounted for just under three tenth of Japan’s average household expenditure.Moreover, a difference of 1% was apparent in the expenditure of housing and transport in Japan, the former one was just over one fifth and the latter was two tenth.In addition, the expenditure of health care(6%) was four times less as opposed to food(24%).

    As per the pie chart, contribution from OGS was just over a quarter in Malaysia , and housing comprised of well over one tenth of Malaysia’s average household expenditure. Furthermore, the expenditure of health care was little proportion (3%) but spending ratio of transportation was noticed 10%. Moreover, the expenditure of food had been observed well over one quarter(27%).

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘household expenditure of Japan and Malaysia’ in japan not of japan. ‘the expenditure of health care(6%) was four times less as opposed to food(24%)’ it is not four times less, it is one fourth and we have told you many times not to write numbers in bracket. ‘ housing comprised of well over one tenth of Malaysia’s’ it is not one-tenth, one-tenth means 10% but housing is actually 34% in malaysia. ‘health care was little proportion’ it is grammatically wrong.

  2. Rekha Soni says:

    There is no doubt that pollution is increasing at startling pace across the globe.Since people have started to use several transportation modes, it has adverse effects on the environment. However, I believe that use of public transport can mitigate negative influence and in the following section both views will be discussed.

    To commence with, scant vehicles leads to fresh and clean atmosphere. Furthermore, cars, trucks and two wheelers consume fossil fuels which cause the emissions of carbon dioxide.Consequently, limited transportation system is beneficial for global warming and the environment. Secondly, it can ameliorate traffic conjunction in city. If personal vehicles are not utilized, the number of vehicles on the roads will decrease and plenty of people will not face traffic problem. Thus, it is the best idea to allow limited vehicles on the road.To illustrate, in India, Kerala has the reputation of the least polluted city among 52 cities as people use taxi and bus for transportation.

    On the other hand, scant vehicles affect the economy.Moreover, some sort of products are exported everyday by truck in several parts of the country and businessmen use private vehicles to run their businesses.As a result, exportation of products is arduous and other people are unable to reach at their destination immediately without private transport.

    To recapitulate, although less vehicles reduce the economy of the country and journey of public transport takes a lot of time, people do not cope with traffic and air pollution.Hence, pros outweigh cons.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Your introduction is incorrect it does not describe the task and it is not both views essay, it is advantages outweigh disadvantages essay. ‘scant vehicles leads’ lead not leads. ‘beneficial for global warming’ not beneficial for global warming but can reduce global warming. ‘other people are unable to reach’ other should not come here.

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