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IELTS Writing Test 9

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Task 1: The charts below show the proportions of British students at one university in England who were able to speak other languages in addition to English, in 2000 and 2010.

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




Task 2: Some people claim that not enough of the waste from homes is recycled. They say that the only way to increase recycling is for governments to make it a legal requirement.

To what extent do you think laws are needed to make people recycle more of their waste?

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

Write at least 250 words.

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43 responses to “IELTS Writing Test 9”

  1. RINAL KANSARA says:

    There are split opinions regarding the laws for recycle.Since nowdays in modern era,individuals have become a workaholic ,shopping is a piece of cake for them.So, they throw everywhere after using myriad things.Therefore, let us discuss several reasons for such a situation and which footprints paves the way for recycle more from rubbish.But,i personally think that,government can raise recycle through various laws. Reflection on my perception,abundant industries have been using packaging on all commodities,government should announce high penalty or restriction to industries and prior to throw waste water in lake.river it should be purify. Furthermore, government should provide rudimentary facilities to indigence people and provide recycle bin everywhere.Moreover,they should give in-depth knowlegde by organize campaign and primary education to pupils in schools. The mentioned view has numerous reasons.Firstly,it affect on environment which is a precious treasure to organisms and greatly enhance different kind of pollution.Secondly,it produce instantly disease or plague as well as species decline from consumption.Consequently,imbalance ecology.Next,it is fruitful for the people who live under penury because garbage help to engender bio gas.Another point worth noting is,Singapore had asked to government to strict warning to increase recycle and unpredictable,result had seen,70% got improvement. Thus,it can be eventually said that,although,solely government can mitigate this view and aware to individuals from many footsteps,there are multifarious use of recycle.There is a cliche, make best from waste.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Need to write a better introduction. We are soon going to upload a video on how to introduction in task 2 so watch that video and write your introduction accordingly. Never use this phrase ‘reflection on my perception’ this is typical mistake many students make. Abundant industries is a wrong phrase, it is generally used with things or resources. Penalty on industries not to industries. Indigence people is a wrong phrase, indigence is state of poverty so cannot be used as an adjective. Effect the environment not on environment. Your use of prepositions ‘on’, ‘to’ is wrong. Again you have started your conclusion with ‘thus it can be eventually said’ please do not start your conclusion with this phrase.

  2. Alex says:

    The two pie charts describe the percentage of UK students who were able to communicate in a foreign language other than English in the year 2000 and 2010. As an overall trend, there was a majority of the British pupils who didn’t know how to speak other languages. Spanish was the only language which was spoken the most in both years, whereas, German was among the least spoken language.

    It can be seen from the given information that exactly one-tenth of the University students were able to talk in the German language in both years. French, on the other hand, accounted for 15 per cent of the languages spoken by the people of the United Kingdom and experienced a drop of 5% in 2010.

    Conversely, roughly a quarter of the students were able to speak Spanish in 2000, but a fractional rise of 5% can be seen in the year 2010. There was exactly one-tenth of the undergraduates at the UK University who had good command in speaking two other languages in 2000, however, the proportion of students climbed to 15% in ten years.

  3. ayush rai says:

    Task2

    It Is known that, the increasingly demand of reuse of the wastes are essential to protect the depicting of natural resources .Many people argues that, most of the quantities of disposal material from their daily life use are not recycled. This essay will elucidate the need of government policies to incorporate the full phase implementation of recycling procedure.
    To start with, it is well known that the scraps such as plastics and paper, which can be reuse, are left off in many dumping sites. Tons of rubbish is collected from every household. For instance, in different newspapers in my country, environment expert present their survey result with less percentages of reuse of household wastes. It seems to me that, being aware of those data authorities are not keep towards revising their policies.
    Furthermore, government law makers should enforce the mandatory policies in making their people reuse the reusable thing. As an example, there should be banned in selling of plastics bag in shops, which ultimately result in multiple use of a single bags. In addition to this, there should be budget allotment every year for recycling plant to operate, which will ultimately reduces the financial burden of the government while importing from other countries. Personally speaking, to me those saved fund would be enough to run the recycling project in the poor country like ours.
    To conclude, I strongly agree that, without proper law and order from authorities, it is not possible to reiterate the highest utilization of a single reusable stuff of our daily activities.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Increasing demand not increasingly. Wrong use of word depicting. People argue not argues since people is plural so s will not come with verb. Your introduction do not explain the task clearly. We again recommend to see the introduction part in our video and what to write in introduction. Can be reused not reuse, always write second form of verb with can be. Instead of rubbish use word litter. Wrong use of word reiterate it means to say something again. Please make sure that you use words and know their meaning accurately. You can watch our vocabulary videos and try to use those words as we have explained their meaning along with sentences that will help you a lot.

  4. Sayali Vaidya says:

    The pie chart describes the percentage of British students in England in one university who were able to speak different languages such as French, German, Spanish and two different languages other than English in the year 2000 and 2010.

    Overall, it is observed that the maximum number of British students did not know any other language other than English.

    In 2000, students who speak only French and another language were exactly the same and students who know only German and the other two languages were also the same. Only Spanish speakers were the second most in the year 2000.

    On the other hand, in 2010 the maximum number of students were not able to speak any other language than English. Whereas, 10 percentage points of students who speak only Spanish, French and German. There was 10 and 5 percent decrease in points for students who speak only Spanish and French respectively as compared to the year 2000.

    Moreover, in the year 2010, there was a 5 percent increase in the number of students who speak two different languages and no other languages than english as compared to the year 2000.

    Please give me a Band Score.
    Thanks in advance.!

    .

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      It is not pie chart, these are pie charts so it should be ‘The pie charts describe’. In the years 2000 and 2010, not year. Students who spoke only French not speak, same mistake of using present tense, you really need to work on this because this is a huge grammatical flaw in your writing. Whenever you have to report increase in % then do not write 5% increase always write like there was an increase of 5 percentage points. Band score is 1.5 for this task.

  5. vish says:

    The pie charts compares the percentage of UK students who has ability to talk other than English language in the years of 2000 and 2010. The chart gives information about five languages – Spanish, French, German, another and two other languages. One part is regarding students who is not able to speak any other languages.
    At a glance, another, two other, and no other languages has increased over a decade. In contrast Spanish only and French only decreased in 2010. While German language remained constant in ten years.
    In 2000, No other language has gradual growth from 30% to 35% in 2010. There is common increase of 5% of student’s interest towards three languages that is two another languages and another language with in the span of 10 years. In contrast there is significant dip in Spanish only and French only of one-tenth and five percent from 2000 to 2010.Although the one specific language i.e. German neither declined nor increased but remained constant of 10% over the period.

    please provide how much band I an get.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      The pie charts compare not compares because charts is plural. Always use the with UK, who had not has because data is from past. Another is not a language which you have mentioned in about five languages. You have made a major mistake of writing the task in present tense by using words like is, has, increase. Please make note of this majority of task 1 are of past data so you need to use past tense here not present. Never use short forms i.e. You will get 1 out of 3 bands in this task.

  6. thanu says:

    The pie charts depict the percentage of the UK students who spoke other languages in addition to English in the year 2000 and 2010.
    In the year 2000, 30 % of students who spoke only English were less than the proportion of students who spoke English in the year 2010 which was shown that 35% of students on the chart. 20% of students who were able to speak Spanish in 2000 were higher than the proportion of students(10%) who spoke Spanish in the year 2010. German language was spoken an equal proportion of students in the year 2000 and 2010.The percentage of students who spoke French in 2000 was less than the proportion of students who were able to speak French in 2010.
    15% of students spoke other languages in 2000 and it was higher than in the year 2010 which was shown that 20% of students spoke other languages.In 2000,the percentage of students who spoke two other languages was higher than from 10% of students in the year 2010.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      It is a much better attempt as compared to your earlier attempts. Do not write numbers in bracket (10%). Try to bring variety in your sentence structure and how you write percentages. Watch this tutorial and learn how to compared two pie charts and notice that for each comparison we have used different sentence structure and vocabulary and this is how you should write to get maximum bands in writing.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDiZwqY3Bg0

  7. thanu says:

    thank you sir.I’ll watch that

  8. Juno Sebastian says:

    Hi Sir,
    Please, could you evaluate my task 2 essay and let me know what is the eligible band score for my task?
    Waste management and disposal remain to be one of the main topics of concern among the masses these days. According to some, the current waste recycling mechanisms are not sufficient and the government needs to enforce laws to make it mandatory. In my opinion, I agree that the government ought to make waste recycling a mandate since it will ensure people adhere to the laws and it will tackle the rising pollution concerns to a great extent.

    Firstly, if there are strict rules in place regarding waste disposal and reuse, the citizens will adhere to the laws and they will take waste management seriously. They would be aware of the dire consequences they will have to face in case they break the rules and would try to recycle as much as possible. It will also make them realize the importance of waste management and will turn them into responsible law abiding citizens. For instance, if parents try to follow the rules and regulations, they would be a role model for their children who would also follow suit. Thus, it will ensure that people take up their roles and responsibilities and act upon it.

    Secondly, recycling would address the growing concern of land pollution to a great extent. Majority of the items that constitute the household garbage can be recycled and reused. For instance, the food items could be converted into compost and items like plastic and paper could be sent to recycling plants. They could segregate the items into wet and dry waste for better management. These steps would ensure a drastic decline in the amount of trash being dumped from each household which would in-turn reduce the land pollution over the years. A recent survey conducted by a leading organization showed that 60% of the land and air pollution was due to the enormous quantities of garbage being dumped and burnt. The reduction in the garbage being dumped into dumping grounds would also ensure that there would be fewer chances of epidemics being spread of account of the growing garbage dumps.

    In conclusion, it can be stated that waste management and recycling is a concern that needs to be addressed. In my opinion, I would agree that the government needs to take up responsibility and make it a legal mandate for people to contribute to waste recycling.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Excellent attempt. Very few students we have seen who have submitted their first task in such a well written manner. It is near perfect and if you keep writing like this you will score at least 7-7.5 in writing easily. Kudos! Just one small correction in the conclusion ‘waste management and recycling is a’ it should be are a concern.

  9. Nsikak says:

    Eliminating waste in the society is becoming increasingly difficult. A certain percentage of people are of the opinion that the amount of waste recycled from homes are on the low side and claim that the only effective method is for the government to make it a legal requirement. I think laws are not really needed as long as wastes are being disposed off properly and not in the streets.

    Everyone is aware of the fact that wastes are meant to be disposed, even though some people still litter the environment with refuse. In the later case as well as in cases where people dispose their waste properly all they need is proper sensitization on what waste to dispose and where to dispose such waste. Only a community with a reasonable number if illiterates would need law enforcement to make them consider recycling their wastes.

    The government should ensure that different colours of waste bins are places in the corners of streets of different communities and labelled to show the kind of waste that should be disposed in each bin. Another suggestion, which might be a bit on the high side, would be for all the wastes to be gathered and transported to a place where different waste types are being selected and placed in different sections for recycling. This method can create job as well.

    Laws are not really needed to enforce the public on recycling waste. The public are already doing a good job to properly dispose wastes and not litter the environment. For example in my town blue and red bins are placed in several corners around the town as well as blue and red waste bags made available to different homes. The blues are for recycled products While the reds are for wastes that cannot be recycled.

    To reiterate, people careless about waste recycling, because they don’t really see the need to. The government need to sensitize the general public on what to be recycled as law enforcement would be very effective.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘environment with refuse’ are you sure you want to use the word refuse here? ‘waste bins are places’ it should be placed. ‘can create job’ jobs. ‘public on recycling waste’ to recycle waste. ‘red waste bags made available’ are being made available. ‘people careless’ people are careless. Never use short forms such as don’t. Your introduction and conclusion are contradicting. In introduction you have written laws are not really needed but in the conclusion you have written ‘law enforcement would be very effective’ avoid such mistakes because these lead to lower band score.

  10. Nsikak says:

    I really appreciate your corrections. You have encouraged me to keep writing.

    Some corrections in my essay were due to typographical errors.

  11. Rinal kansara says:

    Sir I m facing difficulty in writing this task 2.let me know sir what should I write in body paragraph 1 and 2. I mean government should start the law for recycling or people should do at home? I mean who’s responsibility is this?let me know sir.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      It is entirely up to you. Nobody can force you to write in favour of one, general rule is you should favour that side for which you think you can make more and better points so that you meet the word limit and improve the quality of your side. So before writing you should plan your essay with bullet points. These all things we have explained very carefully in our tutorial on task 2. We advise that whenever you feel any doubt or are confused about writing task you go back to our tutorials and watch those again it will really help to remove your doubts.

  12. Rinal kansara says:

    It is irrefutable that recycling is a big concern nowdays.Since people often desire to buy unwanted commodities, recycling is absolutely necessary for the society to remove pollution.While some people advocate that government should begin the rules for recycle,some believe that laws are not essential. But I support the former notion and in the following section both views will be discussed.

    To commence with,government should introduce several strict laws regarding waste because it engenders ailments and pollution.Also, individuals should be panelized with high penalty and punished by government. Therefore,people will understand the actual value of recycle as well as prior to throwing anything they think about penalty and laws.Secondly, sufficient rudimentary facilities for recycling should be provided by government in all over the globe.If government impart the knowledge about using facilities how to recycle and reuse, individuals will automatically start to make best from waste at their home.For instance,in India,in Gujarat, the Prime minister Narendra Modi has been providing all facilities to make biogas plant to needy people since two years which is certainly fruitful for them and it saves their money.

    On the contrary, regulations and policies are not needed to recycle goods owing to that there are everywhere bins which people use to throw garbage of their home. Furthermore, people try to save environment and understand their liability towards it.Hence,after using their commodities they make best from waste and reuse it such as nowdays people make school bags from old jeans.To illustrate in rural area, people have been doing the small business of plastic flowers from waste of plastics and papers and earn money from it.

    To recapitulate,although some people have knowledge to use dustbin and dispose garbage, strict laws and castigation makes them responsible citizen and people will get afraid from penalty and punishment.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘desire to buy unwanted commodities’ is logically wrong because if you desire something then it cannot be unwanted, these are opposite of each other hence contradicting. ‘should begin the rules’ instead of begin write enforce the rules. ‘actual value of recycle’ recycling not recycle. ‘anything they think about’ they will think about. ‘there are everywhere bins’ there are bins everywhere.

  13. Rinal kansara says:

    The pie charts reveal the ratio of British pupils of one university in England who spoke several languages, including english during two different years.

    Overall, minimum students were able to speak German language ,whereas the ratio of pupils who spoke no others language was dominated in both years.

    According to the pie charts,in the year of 2000,contribution by pupils of two other languages and only German language remained relatively constant at one tenth.Also,students of only French and another language that comprised of almost 15% remained relatively constant in 2000. Furthermore,one fifth students spoke Spanish language and experienced a growth of 10% pupils of another language.

    As per the pie charts,in 2010,the ratio of learners who spoke Spanish,French and German plateaued at 10%.Moreover, the percentage of pupils who spoke no other language was more than two times (35%) that of two other languages(15%). Additionally, only two tenth students were able to speak no other language.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Including English, French and Spanish. ‘spoke no others language was dominated’ here was should not be used. ‘German language remained relatively constant at one tenth’ here you cannot use remained constant because you are not making comparison here with other timeline, you are simply stating the % in 2000. So instead write The ratio of students who were able to speak German and two other languages was same in 2007 at 10% each. Same mistake repeated with French and other languages. Avoid using word plateaued for pie charts, it is generally used with line or bar graphs when there is no changes for a considerable amount of time.

  14. Raskze says:

    Hello! Could you please evaluate and score my first task-1 trial?

    The pie charts show the percentages of the British students at one university who could speak a language other than English in the years 2000 and 2010.
    Overall, the charts reveal that Spanish was the most popular language in both years. In comparison, proportion of the students who could speak a language apart from English increased over ten years period.
    Spanish-speaking students made up the biggest part of the chart which is 30% in 2000 and had a slight growth of 5% in 2010. At the beginning of the period students who were able to speak other language and two other languages except English made up 15% and 10% of total students respectively, and rose to 20% and 15% in 2010. Both group experienced 5% growth.
    On the other hand, the proportion of the students who knew no other language beside English accounted for 20% in 2000 and the ratio decreased by half in 2010. In 2000 the French-speaking students which comprised 15% of overall students fell to 10% in 2000. In contrast, percentage of the students who spoke German was the same in both years (10%).

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      You cannot say that Spanish was the most popular in both years because in 2010 Spanish, French and German all three languages have corresponding values of 10%. You have used present tense ‘which is 30% in 2000’ which is wrong because data is of past. You need to use better sentence structure and way to represent percentages. You must watch our tutorial on how to write the perfect pie chart and improve your attempt, the link to the tutorial is given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDiZwqY3Bg0

  15. Raskze says:

    Thanks for your comment, I think this pie chart is different than the original one. I first wrote the essay and search on internet for another writings. On the original question of IELTS Cambridge 11 book,this questions’ percentages are different. For example biggest dark fraction is Spanish and other small black one is no other language and rest are the same. I’ll study the link and write again. Thank you so much!

  16. Maria says:

    The pie charts provided compare the linguistic ability of British students at a particular university in the years 2000 and 2010. They have categorised the students’ ability ranging from being monolingual to trilingual. The languages explicitly mentioned are french, German and Spanish. Those who speak another language, whatever it may be, are collectively represented as a single group, as are those who speak two other languages.

    The charts show two types of changes from 2000 to 2010. Firstly, the percentage of students speaking Spanish, ‘another language’ or ‘two other languages’ increased from 2000 to 2010. Secondly, the percentage of French speaking students and those students who are monolingual, reduced between the two comparison periods. German speaking students is the only category that has remained the same, at 10 percent.

    An interesting fact to note here is that the percentage by which students speaking two other languages increased is equal to the percentage by which the monolingual students decreased. The same phenomenon is true of the change in students speaking French and ‘another language’. Of the language categories, Spanish, despite having the highest percentage of student speakers in both years, showed minimum change amongst the languages that gained percentage points.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Brilliant attempt. Very few students who have submitted their writing on our website have written with such good command and clarity of the task. Great job and keep it up!

    • bharati says:

      sir,
      in this task student has mentioned that number of monolingual students increased but instead of increased it should be decreasd….right ?????
      because they all know the English language.

  17. BOnnie says:

    The 2charts illustrate the percentages of British pupils who were able to speak other languages as well as English at one university in England, compare to 2000 and 2010.

    Overall, it is observed that many of the UK students were able to speak only their mother language in both of years.

    In 2000, 20% of the students were able to speak Spanish and French, and another comprised 15% of the total each sector, also German and 2other languages were the lowest segments of the total with 10%. The highest percentage of the language was English at 30%.

    When comparing 2000, ratio of the UK students who were able to speak Spanish dropped to 10%, also, in the French sector, there was a decrease by 5percentage points, only proportion of German had no variation in 2010. In addition, there was a rise by 5 percentage points in 3 sectors which were anther, two other languages and English. Although there was a 5 percentage points of increase in no other sector, approximately one-third of the UK pupils couldn’t speak foreign languages in 2010.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Give space between 2 and charts. ‘compare to 2000 and 2010’ in years 2000 and 2010. In 2000 French is 15% not 20%. Do not use the word sector here. ‘German and 2other languages were the lowest segments of the total with 10%’ wrong sentence formation, associate % with students and languages together not only with language. In the last paragraph you have written 2000 in the first line are you sure it is 2000 or 2010. Always write in chronological order that is third paragraph discuss 2000 data and in last paragraph discuss 2010 data. ‘5 percentage points of increase’ of should not come here.

  18. Moutaz Chaara says:

    In modern times, the issue of not enough waste recycling has become a major matter of discussion. It is often argued that the only way can make change to this issue for governments to make it a legal requirement. I completely disagree with this opinion and think that there are other ways to solve this problem for reasons I will outline below.
    From an overall perspective there are a variety of reasons why people belive that there are other ways for tackling this issue. The main reason is because the government and authorities have the power to provide support to waste control projects. Absolutely government has the financial to help startups that trying to interplay this issue. For instance, North coria in 1989 was folded with wastes and the only efficient movement was to fund recycling companies with over 50 percent from their budget. That is why the government has more options to solve this problem correctly without need of legal requirement. 16
    Despite these arguments there is also a case for the idea that government and media authorities could change people mindset. The problem is that people are not aware of the important need of waste recycling, and if the government join with media agencies to changing people mindset, the goal will be achieved. For example, The ABC Australian television series was aiming to present the effects of our consumptions and waste, this series was really helpful to conscious Australian people about the waste control. Given that this series was the main reason for increasing recycling in Australia by 25 percent.

    To conclude, I strongly believe that government has more ways to tackling this issue either by providing support to startups that engage in recycling, or by get together with media to educate and conscious people about benefits of wasting control.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      You need to make better introduction. ‘ways for tackling this issue’ ways to tackle this issue. ‘has the financial to help startups’ has the finances or wherewithal. ‘North coria’ Korea. ‘media agencies to changing people mindset’ to change. ‘series was aiming to present’ was aimed at. ‘more ways to tackling this issue’ to tackle. Please watch our tutorials on task 2 these will help you to improve your attempt. The links are given below:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7Fk7yDpn4M

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0_23FBCnMY

  19. Arunm says:

    Protection and sanitation of the environment will lead to satisfactory human life. Waste management being the serious task which includes waste to be recycled so that the best out of waste can be created and thus reused. Interference of government to enact strict rules with respect to manipulation of waste would be the revolutionary step. There are major reasons that people are ignorant to manage waste, one is lethargy and another is the system management.
    People have become so lazy that the waste they are living around with can cause vital health issues in the near future. There must be laws to provide compulsory education about harmful substances that impact on human life and environment. To elucidate more plastic being the major thriving substance in industries, which is used to manufacture many products that are utilised daily such as water bottle, handbags are not being treated properly after use and are left to decompose which effect the stability of animals consuming it with other eatables unknowingly.
    Strict regulations like setting a tolerance band with respect to thickness of the plastic bags need to be put in place. For all shops giving plastic handbags must be made aware that plastics they are handing over to the customers are to be regained, recycled and reused.
    System must be setup to monitor the waste flow . The process of seperately storing dry and wet waste so that manual scavenging is reduced and cleaning grows as a occupation that everyone must enjoy. Constructive developments in the field of plastic management needs to be carried out.
    By dint of aforementioned results people must be aware of the consequences of being ignorant to managing waste and also a process needs to be set so that employment for sanitation is never disregarded these can only be possible by government involvement in creating awareness by campaigning and enacting strict rules and regulations.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘that impact on human life’ here on should not come. ‘To elucidate more’ a comma should come after more. ‘By dint of aforementioned results’ not results but laws or processes. ‘people must be aware’ people will become aware of. Overall it is a very good attempt, well structured and good sentences along with good vocabulary. Keep it up.

  20. jazzzz says:

    sir , i need a band as well.
    thank you!!!

    The charts illustrate the percentage of monolingual, bilingual and multilingual students at one university in the United Kingdom, in the year 2000 and 2010.
    Overall, it can be seen that number of monolingual students increased during the given period, and popularity of Spanish decreased significantly, whereas other languages showed a maximum variation of 5%.
    In 2000, three out of every ten students were familiar with only English language, while this number grew to 35% in 2010. 15% students, in 2000, were able to speak language apart from English, French, German, Spanish, and it increased by 5% in 2010. Students who knew two other languages soared from 10% in 2000 to 15% in 2010.
    Number of students who were comfortable with Spanish language decreased from 20% to 10% in 2010. Proportion of French speaker also dipped to 10% from 15% in 2000. Proportion of German speaking students remained same, at 10%.

    According to one survey 25% land would be filled with waste by 2050. Governments across the globe have realized the problem of waste management, and are working to improve this situation. Although governments have taken some efforts, proportion of recycling has not increased. That is why some people opine that government should make some strict legislation to make people recycle their waste. However, I believe that this would help to some extent, but there are some other effective ways to improve this situation.
    It has been observed that people are not segregating their waste properly in different bins, and this is the reason because of which recycling has become more difficult. If government would make some laws against such separation then recycling of waste would increase. People who do not follow such rule should be penalized. Penalty could be some community work and imprisonment. Such law would encourage people to recycle their waste properly.
    On the other hand, I believe that government should focus on education along with the punishment. Students should be taught about benefits of recycling. Government could start awareness program, which make people more aware about growing concern of waste. “Swachha Bharat Abhiyaan” is a very good example in this context. Government could use more effective and faster recycling method. Companies should reduce the excessive usage of non-biodegradable material in their packaging.
    To sum up, I believe that strict legislation would increase the proportion of recycling, but there are some other ways , which should be implemented simultaneously to achieve a fruitful result.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      Submit task 1 and 2 separately. ‘15% students, in 2000’ 15% of students. ‘it increased by 5% in 2010’ increased by 5 percentage points. ‘Proportion of French speaker also dipped to 10% from 15% in 2000. Proportion of German speaking students remained same, at 10%.’ do not make such short and abrupt sentences try to combine these two to make a complex sentence.

      ‘have taken some efforts’ have made some efforts. ‘should make some strict legislation’ should bring or enforce a strict legislation. It is a very good attempt. You will score 6.5-7 bands for this with more chances of 6.5 because of abrupt and simple sentences in task 1.

  21. Ismail says:

    The charts provide information about English speaking pupils of an English university who also speak additional languages in the years 2000 and 2010.

    My overall: Overall, Spanish was the most spoken language in the given years while German was the least spoken language in addition to English.

    The percentage of British students who were able to speak Spanish accounted for 30% in 2000 and experienced a 5% increase to 35% in 2010. In 2000, the rate of students who were able to speak French and two other additional languages stood at 15% and 10% respectively and these figures rose to 20% and 15% in 2010.

    At the beginning of the period, students who were able to speak French as a second language and who didn’t know any language other than english made up 15% and 20% respectively and both figures declined to 10% at the end of the period. In contrast, German spoken students rate remained constant in both years at 10%.

    • IELTS MASTER says:

      ‘Overall, Spanish was the most spoken language in the given years while German was the least spoken language’ the percentage for Spanish and German was same in 2010 that is 10% therefore you cannot say that it was the least spoken as compared to Spanish. ‘experienced a 5% increase’ increase or decrease in percentage should always be written like this – an increase of 5 percentage points, not an increase of 5%. ‘German spoken students rate remained’ German speaking students not spoken students.

  22. Niroshkumar Balasubramanian says:

    The given pie charts illustrate the proportion of British pupils studying at one university in the UK were able to communicate in different languages other than English in tow different time period 2000 and 2010.
    Overall it is clear that in 2010, the proportion of British students were stood at the large percentage in terms of speaking other languages than the figure of students at the same criteria in 2000. Likewise, students speak only English was in a large portion in both the years, whereas, only French-speaking pupils were standing in the second position at the same time periods.

    In 2000, a large number of British students, little more than a quarter, speak only English, which accounted for less than four-fifths with regards to students proportion in 2010. French-speaking pupils were not communicating other languages except English at 15% in 2000, which had growth by 5% to 20% in 2010. Interestingly, students who speak only Spanish accounted for a fifth of overall students percentage in 2000, which depleted to 10% in 2010, and surprisingly pupils speak two other languages at 10% in 2000, which had gained by a smaller fraction to less than a fifth in 2010. Finally, the proportion of only german speaking students in both the year were akin to each other (accounted for 20% in total).
    To sum up, students were showing preference to speak french and two other languages with English in 2010, and this would have greater development in future.

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