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IELTS Writing Test 75

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Task 1: The chart below shows the percentage of water used for different purposes in six areas of the world.

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

Write at least 150 words.

Task 2: Governments should spend money on railways rather than roads.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge of experience.

Write at least 250 words.

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4 responses to “IELTS Writing Test 75”

  1. Rekha Soni says:

    The pie charts reveal the ratio of water used by people in several part of the globe for different purposes.

    Overall, the ratio of water used in agriculture constituted the major part of the all areas’ percentage, while the percentage of industrial use and domestic use ebbed and flowed in six areas.

    According to the pie charts, the ratio for industrial use accounted for just under a half of the North America’s sector. Moreover, the proportion for industrial sector was 7% in Africa and it had experienced a rise of 5% in South East Asia. Furthermore,in domestic use, fluctuations was noticed from 9% to 13% in the water use for domestic purpose in North America, South America, Europe and Africa. Also, the ratio for domestic use remained stable at 7% in Central Asia and South East Asia.

    As per the pie charts, the percentage of agricultural use was under two fifth in North America and Europe but the ratio for agricultural use in Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia contributed significant proportion.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘several part of the globe’ parts not part. ‘fluctuations was noticed’ were noticed not was noticed. ‘the ratio for agricultural use in Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia contributed significant proportion’ instead of writing significant proportion you could have written that in all the three regions the agricultural use of water constituted over 80% of total water use.

  2. Rekha Soni says:

    Still it is a highly debatable issue that which transportation mode should be developed by the government? However, I believe that rail and road both transportation modes should be given similar importance and this both views will be discussed in the following section.

    To commence with, rail transport is not expensive and faster as people face traffic problems while travelling by bus but trains take hold for 2 mins at stations and run faster than bus.Secondly, there is no limitation of luggage. Moreover, there are many coaches in train as well as it provides special luggage coach facility. Consequently, unlimited luggage can be carried. To illustrate, in India, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi started the metro train in Delhi in 2017 which can be controlled by computers and all workaholics people have been travelling by it since three years.

    On the other hand, individuals can catch bus after every five minutes.Because, all parts of the country do not have railway station and people who live in remote areas are unable to reach at railway station immediately, they travel for long distance to catch the train. Furthermore, bus journey does not require advance booking like train.In addition, the majority of the bus stations are located in the heart of the city and people can take ticket at any time without booking and enjoy journey.

    To recapitulate, while people can take more luggage in train and save time , bus stations are situated in all cities and people do not bother about reservation.Thus, money should be spent on both modes of transportation.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      You cannot start your essay with still because still is used to continue an argument and not to start an essay. Question mark should be replaced by full stop. ‘given similar importance’ instead of similar write equal importance. Your example in first body paragraph is not matching with your arguments given in the same paragraph.

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