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1. DECEMBER 19, 2015


Task 1
topic:
The bar charts show the employment rate of men and women aged between 60 and 64
indifferent countries in 1991 and 2001.

analysis:
The study was small essay histogram. According to sex, the title gives two histograms
require comparison data between two different years. This problem is more single-cylinder,
two figures according to the given body segment can be divided into two sections
corresponding description.
Reference essay :( due to the lack of data, this essay gives a substantially
wording)
Word count: 187

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The two bar charts demonstrate how the employment situation of males and females whose
ages were from 60 to 64 changed in four different countries (USA, Japan, Australia and?) In
two years, 1991 and 2001 respectively.
The first chart illustrates that the employment rate of men was higher in the year 1991 than
that in 2001 in all the countries listed. Among the four countries, Japan enjoyed the highest
employment rate in both of the years (?% In 1991,?% in 2001). By contrast, the country?
ranked the second place in 1991 but its figure dropped to the last place in 2001.
In contrast, the employment situation of women in the four countries varied with each other.
For instance, both Japan and? Witnessed a decrease of employment rate during the ten
years, while the USA and Australia experienced an increase. Meanwhile, in both of the years,
Australia and? had lower employment rate than that in the USA and Japan.
To sum up, males and females experienced different employment situations during the ten
years, however, males enjoyed a higher employment rate than females in general.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Cultural lifestyle
Question way:
Bilateral discussions Class
exam questions:
Some people think that cultural traditions will be destroyed when they are used as moneymaking machines aims at tourists, other people believe that it is the only way to save such
conditions in the world today. Discuss both sides and give your own opinion.
analysis:
By the end, IELTS also began to enlarge recruited. This question is a bad idea purpose
viewpoint, the key is to expand is not very simple, so attach the following causal chain, for
candidates who reference.
The traditional culture as a tool to make money for those who will be profitable cultural
projects ---- other cultural traditions will be reduced disregard a cultural diversity
The traditional culture as a tool to make money ---- to become more commercialized --distorting its essence, become no taste, loss of flavor ---- destroy their culture
The tradition as a tool to make money ---- get more money through tourism ... for the
protection of traditional culture
Word count: 315

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The thriving of tourism depends on the integrated force, among which cultural traditions are
one of the selling points that has been hyped by many travel agencies and the relevant
participants in the sector. Although it is argued by some advocates that cultural traditions
can be well preserved by the money from tourism, I take it with a pinch of salt.
One point that has to be made clear is that the diversity of cultural traditions will be
undermined if they are utilized to cater for the fleeting need of travel industry. Only those
cultural traditions which are popularly welcomed and accepted by the tourists will be given
priority and It is well preserved, and it means that the other counterparts bearing the same
cultural value will be put aside to some extent and gradually sink into oblivion. In this way,
the cultural traditions whose economic value are not so obvious are likely to be less focused
on and only a fraction of cultural traditions can survive in the increasingly commercialized
society.
Another point worth mentioning is that the original flavor of cultural tradition will be
distorted. Once the cultural traditions are mingled with business, they are packed into more
a product than a pristine culture. To make the cultural traditions more appealing and eyecatching to customers , some information which has nothing to do with the tradition will be
faked to add more glory and grandeur and the original taste of the culture will fade away.
It is true, of course, the money from tourists' pocket can provide the financial guarantee and
support for the cultural traditions. More advertising can be placed on mass media to
proliferate the cultural traditions, and the restoration and preservation of cultural traditions
can be better ensured if there are more funding being poured into.
To sum up, the essence of cultural traditions are somewhat irreconcilable with
commercialization and cultural traditions should be more conserved instead of be tagged
with price.

2. DECEMBER 5, 2015 IELTS WRITING ZHENTI MEMORIES


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-12-07
Summary:
This article is for the candidates to bring 5 December 2015 IELTS Writing Zhenti memories
every time we have to seriously review the questions refer to the study, which I believe will be
a lot of harvest, hope to help the candidates.
Keywords:
December 5, 2015 IELTS Writing Zhenti memories, memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti

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Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates pay attention to every exam review, which will
review the candidates a great deal of help. Here, small as we bring before Chengbai
LiDecember 5, 2015 IELTS Writing Zhenti memories for reference.
Task 1
Flowchart: olive oil production

analysis:
The flowchart small essay expedition. Flowchart with no excessive compare or describe
aspects of the data for other types of IELTS small writing, when the answer to just write
down the relevant information point according to the procedure step by step. When the
state is also relatively simple, usually with general present tense. It should be noted that the
order of the use of conjunctions and passive voice.
model essay:
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There are six main stages in the production of olive oil before it's ready for sale or storage.
The whole process consists of two separation procedures and some special devices are
required in the consideration of fine quality.
To start with, we need to pick a certain quantity of olives from the olive trees. After that, the
fresh olives should be washed in cold water and rinsed several times until they are clean
enough. Then the olives can go through a belt into a special device where they will be
smashed and separated as olive stones and olive paste. In the fourth stage, the olive paste
will be put into a bag with holes and the whole package will be put in another special device.
At this stage, what is needed to be done is to press it and to get as much liquid as possible.
After the liquid is collected, here comes the second separation, and once again by using a
special device the water and oil will come out through different holes. Finally, the oil can be
packed in bottles and ready for storage or dispatched to the markets.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Media category
Question way:
Viewpoints
exam questions:
People are surrounded by many kinds of advertising which can influence their life, positive
effect of this trend outweigh negative effect? Does the positive effect of this trend outweigh
negative effect?
Simple analysis:
The IELTS great writing is very basic, first moderation no difficulty, and it was the subject of
abuse of IELTS topics like advertising, there have been many times. View of the article is
also very easy to think of the candidates who can combine their daily lives to brainstorm,
the only possible difficulty lies in the difficulty of advertising-related vocabulary a bit high,
some candidates may have to make bricks without straw embarrassment.
model essay:
In the times when the consumerism pervades, the public are bombarded with relentless
advertising in a wide range of media. Some cynics tend to regard advertisements as the
source of some morbid behavior and trend, I hold the view that advertising can play an
active part in many social and personal dimensions.

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Some advertisements, if viewed in the light of art, are of great aesthetic value and can
present the audience or the spectators a sense of enjoyment. A piece of meticulously-made
advertisement is usually characterized by ingenious plot, unique protagonists and the firstclass audio and visual effect. There is no doubt that this kind of advertisement is beyond the
simple definition of marketing tool and the consumers who enjoy these can be well
impressed and will be saturated in an atmosphere which can be evenly matched by the
beauty of other forms of arts such as music and movies.
Besides, advertising is also an effective way which can proliferate information and narrow
the gap between those who intend to send out the right information and the corresponding
recipients. For example, some public service advertisements can inform the viewers of some
advocated social values such as altruism , frugality and dedication to work. Some
commercials, though it is more profit-oriented, can also convey the information concerning
some specification of products.
The flipside of advertising lies in the occasional occurrence of misleading and deceptive
information, which will undermine the basic rights of the consumers. Also, the individuality
of consumers is likely to fade away as the commercials endorsed by some celebrities will
make consumers buy some similar products without considering their own needs.
In conclusion, advertising should be embraced in a more diverse and well-rounded society,
though some minor drawbacks can not be neglected.

3. NOVEMBER 19, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-11-20
Summary:
This article is for the candidates to bring 19 November 2015 IELTS Writing every time we
have to seriously review the questions refer to the study, which I believe will be a lot of
harvest, hope to help the candidates.
Keywords:
November 19, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates pay attention to every exam review, which will review the candidates
a great deal of help. Now, before Cheng Baili small as it brings 19 November 2015 IELTS Writing for
reference.
The exam has appeared in the case of AB volume collection more difficult, the accuracy of the information
only. Overall volume AB difficulty similar explanation BC topic is still quite difficult to control rigorous. 2-3 in two
volumes have appeared old title track, and in 12 years, 13 years old title-based, moderate overall difficulty.
Task 1
analysis:
The IELTS and down a double yellow eggs, do not know A \ B roll will last long. A \ B Volume come, IELTS
small essay questions the more there is no predictability, for example, the map problem has emerged. They

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usually focus on test if the situation then will find it has been nearly a month to test a third time to the map
title. Therefore, preparation is the best all-round preparations.
A roll:
topic:
The map shows the plan of a new town.

model essay:
The map gives some information about the projections of a new town.
In the centre of this town, it is planned that there will be some bus stations and parking lots, with four roads
leading to four different directions {north, southeast, south and west respectively). Around the stations and
parking lots will be housing areas . So it is convenient for people to travel to and from different areas.
These housing areas will be surrounded by ring roads, which can link these houses together. On the outskirts
of this town, two big industrial areas will be constructed. It is expected that one of them will be located in the
southeastern corner and the other one will be built in the northwestern corner. This will provide a great number
of job opportunities for the local people. Also, the rest areas will be occupied with houses in order to
accommodate the workers.
Overall, the new town will provide a good environment for people as the transportation facilities are wisely
designed and many job opportunities can be provided.
B-roll:
topic:
The chart indicates the number of four different species of fish between 1982 and 2007.

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model essay:
The line chart compares the number of fish that was divided into four species during the period from 1982 to
2007.
In 1982, Atlantic cod had the dominant role in these kinds of fish (250,000), which however dropped
dramatically in the following 20 years * After reaching the bottom of 60,000, it rose again and arrived at
100,000 in 2007. By contrast, swordfish was in the minority among these fish, with the figure keeping stable at
10,000 during the 25-year period.
As to tuna fish, it was just the second to Atlantic cod at the beginning of this period, at 125,000, after which it
increased gradually and then remained constant from 1992 to 2002. In the rest 10 years, this number dropped
to around 150,000. There was an opposite trend in the figure for yellow fin. Its number began from 80,00 and
ended up at 90,000 and there was a steady period from 1992 to 2002.
Overall, the number of Atlantic cod declined markedly in this period while the figures for the other species of
fish were less changed
Task 2
A volume
Title Type:
Government Function class
Question way:
Viewpoints
exam questions:
The government should spend money in promoting sport and art in school, rather than sponsoring professional
sports and art events in communities. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
analysis:
This question is a government function class exam, however, and arts and sports combined together, so to
increase in some difficulty. Candidates who on the one hand from government functions departure, said the
government's money comes from the taxpayers, so it should be invested in more important areas can also
leave from the advantages and disadvantages of community arts and sports, or arts and sports school rules
and layout of investments.
model essay:
One of the government duties and responsibilities is to pour its funds to the area of sports and art which can
add spice to people 's life. The discussion centers on whether the fund should be allocated to campus sport
and art or to the professional counterparts in communities. From a more holistic point, I am in favor of the view
that social sports and art events are supposed to receive more government financial aid.
If governments spend more grants in professional sports and events, the value and benefit of sports and arts
can be appreciated by more public A larger number of people ranging from the sports enthusiasts and art fans

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can be found in communities and the well-funded sports and art events can cater for their needs and bring
them more physical and mental enjoyment. Therefore, the core value presented by sports and arts can be
better realized and admired by the public By comparison, sport and art in school are in the subordinate place,
which are usually regarded as pastime by most students and teachers.
The sports and art events in community can also boost communication and interaction in neighborhood.
People tend to go out their doors to view or participate in the various sports or arts events if the government
pours more money into communities. And they can share their understanding when enjoying the works of art or
cultivate a sense of belonging when taking part in sports events.
On the other hand, sport and art events in school are also worth government attention. Schools are usually
short in funds and the financial assistance from governments can make school life more diverse and colorfuL
However, the fund allocated to schools can generate fewer benefits and other non-government organisations
can donor some amount of money to meet the requirement
To conclude, the government should sponsor the sports and art activities in community even if schools are also
in need of financial support.

4. NOVEMBER 14, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-11-16
Summary:
This article is for the candidates to bring 14 November 2015 IELTS Writing every time we
have to seriously review the questions refer to the study, which I believe will be a lot of
harvest, hope to help the candidates.
Keywords:
November 14, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates pay attention to every exam review, which will review the candidates
a great deal of help. Now, before Cheng Baili small as it brings 14 November 2015 IELTS Writing for
reference.
Task 1
A volume: describes a change in place before and after the construction of hydropower stations

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B-roll: Working Pie, art students choose after graduation


analysis:
The little essay examines the AB roll again. Probability examine each type of chart have increased, questions
to fully prepare candidates after cramming more and more difficult title charge. A volume entitled historic
change map class title, tense when the general past and is now complete. A volume with maps is done
according to friends recalled, essay for reference only. B-roll memories and friends because of the lack of data,
no map provides, examine the pie for a long time it does not appear as a static map, use the past tense.
A volume Pham Van:
The diagram shows a place, before and after the construction of a hydroelectric dam.
In 1980, there was a river flowing from north to south among mountains. On the left bank of river, there was a
forest, which was located to the north of some structures. Meanwhile, several rare plants and animals lived
close to these architectures. On the right side of this river, a large piece of irrigated land was scattered along
the river, near local villages.
Two decade later, this place experienced a significant change. At first, the original woods were deforested and
those buildings were completely removed. Besides, the irrigated land was replaced by a hotel so that the
original villages moved to the southeast comer of the river, sited to the east of some newly-built electricity
towers. Moreover, a large hydroelectric dam was constructed in the south at the lower-reaches of the river. As
a result, the river was enlarged and became a fishing lake.
Overall, the place became much modem and functional for local people by providing energy and resources,
after the construction of the dam.
Task 2
Title (A Class) The best way to teach children to cooperate is through team sports at school. To what extent do
you agree or disagree?
Topics: Education
Questions: Opinion category
Title (Class B) Consumption of the world's resources (such as oil, fresh water, etc.) is increasing at a
dangerous rate. What are the causes of this increased consumption? What can people do to reduce it?
Topics: Energy
Questions: Report class
analysis:

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Today the IELTS is still A, B volume, A volume with the cooperation of a large essay topic, which is a highfrequency topic, students should be prepared to spend a lot of high scores chunks and sentences. B-roll of the
big essay questions belong report class, on energy, to test the frequency is not high, but it also reminds us
both in a hurry or pro forma long, have fully prepared for each topic, and must not take chances psychology.
A class essay structure of the article: 5 segments
First paragraph: Import topic, rewritten subject to express positions.
The main body section 1: team sports for the children to create opportunities and environmental cooperation.
The main body section 2: team sports to encourage children to comply with team discipline, to appreciate each
other.
Main section 3: team sports could weaken cooperation, and many other activities that can improve the spirit of
cooperation.
End of paragraph: summary above, reiterated its position.
model essay:
Cooperation has strongly been advocated by many schools, possibly because good teamwork spirit is
regarded as a shared trait among successful groups. It is believed that organizing children to do team sports is
the best way to teach cooperation. My view is that team sports are of great significance to the cultivation of
teamwork spirit, despite the fact that children can learn to cooperate through many other methods.
Team sports are known for the ability that it can improve children's teamwork spirit. In the team environment,
members need to know how to communicate with each other and discuss strategies to beat rivals, which can
prepare students for both academic performance and career development. If there are no team activities
provided for children, they may feel lonely and isolated from the outside world. Undoubtedly, introducing more
team sports to children contributes to cultivate their cooperation spirit.
Another advantage of team sports is that it can encourage children to obey team rules When they are playing
together, they have to follow some certain instructions;. Otherwise activities or games may not be went
smoothly In addition, children are more likely to help each. other and realise the merits of others if they are
occupied with team sports.
Meanwhile, it should be admitted that team sports are not the only way to cooperation. If the team fails,
children may blame their teammates, which is harmful to both teamwork spirit and their friendship. Clearly,
there are many other social activities that can improve children's cooperation, including singing in a chorus and
participating in unpaid community service.
To sum up, team sports provide a good environment for children to cooperate and encourage them to follow
instructions, although we have to acknowledge that some other activities are also the methods leading to
teamwork spirit (Word account: 296).

5. OCTOBER 31, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-11-02
Summary:
This article is for the candidates bring Oct. 31, 2015 IELTS Writing every time we have to
seriously review the questions refer to the study, which I believe will be a lot of harvest, hope
to help the candidates.
Keywords:
October 31, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates pay attention to every exam review, which will review the candidates
a great deal of help. Now, before Cheng Baili small as it brings 31 October 2015 IELTS Writing for reference.
Task 1
Questions:
line graph
topic:
The line graph below shows the land used for organic crops in two countries between 1985 and 2010.

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analysis:
A very simple line graph. We also repeatedly talked about before, it certainly is a chart dynamic chart trends,
then one sentence description according to the desired figure.
model essay:
The line graph compares the areas of land for growing organic crops in two different countries during the
period from 1985 to 2010.
In 1985, the areas of land for organic crops in country A and B were both 25 thousand hectares. In the
following five years, the figures experienced a slight increase and reached 60 and 30 thousand hectares in
1990, after which they speeded up and rose to 160 and 140 thousand hectares respectively.
From 1995 on, the figure for country B continued to grow and peaked at 280 thousand hectares in 2000. After
remaining stable for five years, the area dropped dramatically to less than 150 thousand hectares. By contrast,
there was a small increase in the figure for country A from 1995 to 2000. After that, the area declined, although
it still outnumbered that for country B in 2010.
Overall, in the first 15 years, the areas of land for organic crops increased in these two countries, while the
figures dropped in the next 10 years.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Culture Class
Question way:
Bilateral discussions
exam questions:
Some people think people working in creative arts should be financially supported by government. Others think
they should find financial support from other resources. Discuss both sides and give your opinion.
analysis:
Today is Halloween, so too literary a handful of official IELTS exam, an old problem of cultural class. Although
the old problem, but we still have to pay attention to this question we need to project bilateral discussions,

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illustrate the government support artists and other resources to support the reasons for the artist. The purpose
of this question is not easy to find difficulty in that point of view, we recommend that candidates who can cite
some examples will be described.
model essay:
The realization of basic human needs such as enough clothing and food makes it necessary for a more
advanced spiritual enjoyment from art. For those who devote themselves to creating aesthetic works and
pleasure, I think they should be supported by both government and other resources.
The government, as the central power that can accumulate a wealth of resources and execute them more
systematically, should take the main responsibility to fund the artists. Most of the museums and art galleries
are run and managed by governments and artists can be financially supported if the government makes it
more accessible for artists to have their works of art exhibited. The authority can also issue some policies or
regulations favoring the creation of innovative works of art, such as the reduction of tax levied on the artists
and more subsidies for the encouragement of their contribution.
It is also true that the financial support from governments alone can hardly guarantee a decent pay or income
for the artists. Funding from governments sometimes has to be allocated to the areas that are more concerned
with the welfare of most of the citizens, such as health insurance and government loans for the students from
disadvantaged families. In this case, the financial support from other sectors such as big companies or some
non-governmental organisations can fit in. Some companies can carry out a series of exhibitions to raise more
funds for artists and it is advisable for them to help publicise the works of artists on some media.
To sum up, if joint efforts from both governments and other resources are made to fund those who are
engaged in the field of arts, chances are that the artists will be better-off and create more valuable
masterpieces that can elevate people's spiritual world.

6. OCTOBER 24, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-10-26
Summary:
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates pay attention to every exam review, which will
review the candidates a great deal of help.Now, before Cheng Baili small as it brings 24
October 2015 IELTS Writing for reference.
Keywords:
October 24, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
October 24, 2015 IELTS Writing to share with the candidates friends, want to get the IELTS writing score, it
is worth considering exam review learning. Here, just before Chengbai Li Xiao Bian a look at it.
Task 1
Questions:
line graph
topic:
The line graph shows the population in one European country.

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analysis:
The little essay examines the line graph. With maps is done according to friends recalled, the data is only for
reference. The horizontal axis is the year, and the vertical axis of a population in European
countries. Segmentation easier, birth and death rates each period, the tense note, remember that after 2030
becomes the future tense.
model essay:
The line graph gives information about both the birth rate and death rate of a European country between 1950
and 2050.
In 1950, the total number of people in this country was roughly 750000. In the next 20 years, the newborn
population climbed sharply to 1000000 and then it declined obviously to 550000 by 1990. After then, it
increased again in the following two decades, at nearly 700000 in 2010. It is predicted that the birth rate will sill
stay constant at 700000 before 2050.
While, there was a slight fluctuation of the death rate of this nation before 1970. Compared to birth rate, the
death rate showed a stable tendency, almost remaining static at 700000 until now. However, it seems that
there will be a continuous rise in the number of death population in the near future: reaching 800000 by 2050.
Overall, the birth rate of this country experienced a significant fluctuation in the past while the death rate
remained stable at the same time. In the near future, the birth rate will continue to stay constant but the death
rate will increase significantly.
Task 2
topic:
Education
Questions:
Argumentative
topic:
Some people say that playing computer games is bad for children in every aspect. Others say that playing
computer games can have positive effects on the way children develop. Discuss both views and give your
opinion.
analysis:
Today's topic is relatively simple. "Education and technology", "Education and Media" can be described as hot
IELTS, and these topics with the majority of candidates who are closely related. Reflections on life usually
more during the pro forma for the topic to write words and sentences more practice, these are the ideal points
to teach Paul array.
Article structure: 4 sections
First paragraph: Import topic, expressing positions.
The main body section 1: playing computer games on all aspects of the child's harmful.

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The main body section 2: play computer games on children's growth favorable.
Results home: summary above, reiterated its position.
model essay:
In recent years: the prevalence of computer games has exerted a significant effect on children's life As to
whether they affect children negatively:. There is an endless debate Despite the fact that playing computer
games is an effective way to relieve pressure, the problems associated. with study and health can not be
neglected.
Clearly, playing computer games is regarded as a main factor leading to poor academic performance. With the
entertaining nature, computer games will easily distract children from their studious pursuits. With the passage
of time, children will probably fall behind their peers in academic development. In addition, when children
spend too much time playing computer games, they are less likely to participate in physical activities, which is
one reason why many children suffer from obesity. As a result, these overweight children's confidence may be
undermined and their health may be negatively influenced as well.
Despite these disadvantages, the advantages can still not be ignored. First of all, the latest research shows
that game-playing helps children to hone their communication and interpersonal skills. In many cases, players
work together in teams to achieve goals, competing against other players. Therefore, their social skills and
teamwork spirit are put to the test. Also, computer games can have positive and therapeutic effects on players.
Games provide an opportunity for children to decompress and tune out of strains and stresses of everyday life.
Giving their mind time to rest is critical for emotional and mental well-being.
In conclusion, it is not advisable for children to play computer games, for the reasons that it not only has a
negative impact on their study: but also makes them lose confidence, although computer games provide a
form of relaxation.

7. SEPTEMBER 26, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-09-28
Summary:
In this paper, we bring is September 26, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates who do not know
how to test, anyway, candidates have to study more seriously.
Keywords:
September 26, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates to master the writing skills in addition to outside, every exam review
is to look at, so will know what exam exam, there is also a psychological preparation. Below, we 26
September 2015 with the view of IELTS Writing .
Task 1
line graph
topic:
The line graph shows the percentage of different age groups of cinema visitors in a particular country.

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analysis:
The little essay examines the line graph. With maps is done according to friends recalled, the data is only for
reference. In the age groups were compared by time, but also do not forget to compare time. Fan according to
trends, will be divided into two groups after 50 years and 50 years ago describing
model essay:
The line graph gives information about the proportion of movie goers by four age groups in a particular nation.
From 1978 to 2008, three age groups (14-24, 25-34 and 35-49) experienced a similar pattern. The young
people (age 14-24) enjoyed watching movies in cinema the most, reaching 90% in 1978. Next , it declined
obviously to about 75% in 1988 and grew up slightly again in the following 10 years. Before a light drop in
2003, it has remained stable for 5 years. Finally, it ended at nearly 82% in 2008. Likewise, to the percentage of
cinema visitors (25-34), there is a significant decrease from 80% to 60% between 1978 and 1988, following a
moderate increase in 1998. After that, it was stable and then fell to 65% in 2008. Similarly , the share of age
group 35-49 arrived at the bottom at 40% before a considerable rise in 1988. A decade later, it reached the
highest point at around 62% and kept constantly until a fall from 2003.
The percentage of elder movie goers was always below 40% from 1978 to 2003. However, after 2003, more
elderly people preferred to watch films in cinema, which was quite different from the other three age groups.
The percentage rose gradually to 50% in 2008.
Overall, young people liked to watch movie in cinema the most and elderly people was the least. The tendency
of movie goers' percentage of the four age groups was quite similar between 1978 and 2003. From 2003 to
2008, the proportion of age 50+ increased while others decreased.
Task 2
Argumentative
topic:
In some countries there is not enough recycling of waste materials (eg. Paper, glass and cans) .What are the
reasons and solutions?
topic:
Environment category
Questions:
report
analysis:

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The title belongs to environmental questions. Although in recent years environmental protection was no longer
a hot topic of the IELTS writing test, but in this year's January 29, March 12, IELTS May 9 and August 1 in both
the emergence of environment-related topics , they still hope that the majority of candidates for the IELTS
writing each of the ten topics ready to be foolproof in the examination room.
Article structure: 5 segment
First paragraph: Import topic, outlining the main
The main body section 1: Missing recovered consciousness is not reason enough to use one of recovery.
The main body section 2: There is not enough recovery is not enough recycling second reason.
Main section 3: measures are not enough to solve the problem of recycling.
End of paragraph: Summary above.
model essay:
The last years has witnessed the increase in the awareness of environmental protection. However, there are
still a lot of waste materials that have not been recycled. This essay will mainly analyse the reasons of this
problem and suggest some solutions.
One main reason of this problem may be that the public have not realized the importance of recycling wastes.
As economy develops, people have high incomes and can afford a large number of items. At the same time,
they do not know how to deal with what they have used and have not realized that their buying habits will
cause the consumption of energy, crease waste and increase pollution.
This problem can also be attributed to the lack of recycling sites in the public places. In some countries, the
government is not able to purchase enough recycling sites due to poor financial conditions. As a result, people
are likely to find it difficult to place their rubbish into the dustbins.
In order to address this problem, the government and citizens should make joint efforts. First of all, the
government ought to provide free education of recycling lectures for the public. This is because many citizens
have not received decent education and are not well informed of how to recycle and reuse waste items. What's
more, the recycling industry needs to be financially supported. If the government does not pay attention to the
establishment and development of this industry, the problem will continue to exist in our society.
As mentioned above, the neglect of recycling and the shortage of recycling sites are the main factors leading
to the increase of waste materials. To solve this problem, both the government and the public should
collaborate.

8. OCTOBER 8, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-10-09
Summary:
In this paper, it brings is October 8, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates who do not know how to
test, anyway, candidates have to study more seriously.Here, just before Cheng Baili small
series with a look at it.
Keywords:
October 8, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates to master the writing skills in addition to outside, every exam review
is to look at, so will know what exam exam, there is also a psychological preparation. Below, we look
together 8 October 2015 IELTS Writing .
Task 1
Questions:
map
topic:
The plans below show the South Wing of Walton Museum in 2008 and in 2012 after it was redeveloped.

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analysis:
This map is mainly compared the South Wing of Walton Museum in 2008 and 2012 status, subject to
geographical changes title.
model essay:
The maps show the development of the South Wing of Walton Museum between 2008 and 2012.
In 2008, the South Wing was a two-storey building with a path on the west of it. In the first floor, there was a
special exhibition room, a shop and a cloaks room. The entrance and reception was on the second floor, so
visitors need to go upstairs from the stairs between the shop and the cloaks room. Also, next to the reception
was a reading room.
By the year 2012, this building had four storeys with a lift from the first floor to the top floor. The cloaks room
had been moved to the reception and this area had been changed into children play area. On the eastern side
of the lift, there was a new cafe where visitors can serve themselves and on the top floor was another
exhibition room. Opposite to the self-service cafe was a new-built restaurant. In the west of the building, an
entrance hall was constructed on the second floor and it should be noted that on the third floor there was
terrace.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Education
Question way:
Viewpoints
exam questions:
In some countries, secondary schools aim to provide a general education across a range of subjects. In others,
children focus on a narrow range of subjects related to a particular career. Which do you think is appropriate in
today's world?
Liwen analysis:
The examination of the subject or the old question, many times in history. Writing in moderation is not hard,
very close to the students' learning. Article is a typical view articles, requires candidates to give their point of
view, the authors agree Liwen a view that secondary schools should provide a more broad range of
disciplines. And from the student's potential for development and overall development perspective of the two,
and then supplemented by anti-party section, and finally a very simple conclusion.
model essay:

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What range of subjects the high school offers can have a stark and profound influence on students' future
development. I, to be honest, hold the view that the general education with a wide range of subjects is
beneficial to students themselves in the long run.
If students have access to more courses, they are likely to have more opportunities to choose the subject they
prefer or are better at. In this way, the students can learn with more enthusiasm and passionate and will feel
less bored with their classes. With more motivation derived from their inner hearts, students can give full play
to their potentials and achieve better academic performance.
Besides, the more diverse subject system can also cultivate more well-rounded students. The knowledge base
of different subjects is distinct from each other, which can help to foster the students in certain perspective.
Mathematics and physics are helpful to students' logic and abstract thinking; some humanity subjects such as
literature and aesthetics can enhance students' capabilities of appreciation and judgment There is no doubt
that students will become more versatile if they have grasped knowledge of different subjects..
It is also true that focusing on the narrower range of subjects can bring some benefit to some extent. Students
can concentrate more on limited subjects and are more likely to become the specialist in certain fields. Youyou
TU, the Nobel Prize winner in medicine, receives specialized education in TCM and chemistry and devotes all
her life to the research of the anti-malaria medicines, making her become a world-renowned scientist.
To sum up, a general education with wider range of subjects should be accessible to students because of its
benefit to a sounder development of students.

9. SEPTEMBER 26, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-09-28
Summary:
In this paper, we bring is September 26, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates who do not know
how to test, anyway, candidates have to study more seriously.
Keywords:
September 26, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates to master the writing skills in addition to outside, every exam review
is to look at, so will know what exam exam, there is also a psychological preparation. Below, we 26
September 2015 with the view of IELTS Writing .
Task 1
line graph
topic:
The line graph shows the percentage of different age groups of cinema visitors in a particular country.

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analysis:
The little essay examines the line graph. With maps is done according to friends recalled, the data is only for
reference. In the age groups were compared by time, but also do not forget to compare time. Fan according to
trends, will be divided into two groups after 50 years and 50 years ago describing
model essay:
The line graph gives information about the proportion of movie goers by four age groups in a particular nation.
From 1978 to 2008, three age groups (14-24, 25-34 and 35-49) experienced a similar pattern. The young
people (age 14-24) enjoyed watching movies in cinema the most, reaching 90% in 1978. Next , it declined
obviously to about 75% in 1988 and grew up slightly again in the following 10 years. Before a light drop in
2003, it has remained stable for 5 years. Finally, it ended at nearly 82% in 2008. Likewise, to the percentage of
cinema visitors (25-34), there is a significant decrease from 80% to 60% between 1978 and 1988, following a
moderate increase in 1998. After that, it was stable and then fell to 65% in 2008. Similarly , the share of age
group 35-49 arrived at the bottom at 40% before a considerable rise in 1988. A decade later, it reached the
highest point at around 62% and kept constantly until a fall from 2003.
The percentage of elder movie goers was always below 40% from 1978 to 2003. However, after 2003, more
elderly people preferred to watch films in cinema, which was quite different from the other three age groups.
The percentage rose gradually to 50% in 2008.
Overall, young people liked to watch movie in cinema the most and elderly people was the least. The tendency
of movie goers' percentage of the four age groups was quite similar between 1978 and 2003. From 2003 to
2008, the proportion of age 50+ increased while others decreased.
Task 2
Argumentative
topic:
In some countries there is not enough recycling of waste materials (eg. Paper, glass and cans) .What are the
reasons and solutions?
topic:
Environment category
Questions:
report
analysis:

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The title belongs to environmental questions. Although in recent years environmental protection was no longer
a hot topic of the IELTS writing test, but in this year's January 29, March 12, IELTS May 9 and August 1 in both
the emergence of environment-related topics , they still hope that the majority of candidates for the IELTS
writing each of the ten topics ready to be foolproof in the examination room.
Article structure: 5 segment
First paragraph: Import topic, outlining the main
The main body section 1: Missing recovered consciousness is not reason enough to use one of recovery.
The main body section 2: There is not enough recovery is not enough recycling second reason.
Main section 3: measures are not enough to solve the problem of recycling.
End of paragraph: Summary above.
model essay:
The last years has witnessed the increase in the awareness of environmental protection. However, there are
still a lot of waste materials that have not been recycled. This essay will mainly analyse the reasons of this
problem and suggest some solutions.
One main reason of this problem may be that the public have not realized the importance of recycling wastes.
As economy develops, people have high incomes and can afford a large number of items. At the same time,
they do not know how to deal with what they have used and have not realized that their buying habits will
cause the consumption of energy, crease waste and increase pollution.
This problem can also be attributed to the lack of recycling sites in the public places. In some countries, the
government is not able to purchase enough recycling sites due to poor financial conditions. As a result, people
are likely to find it difficult to place their rubbish into the dustbins.
In order to address this problem, the government and citizens should make joint efforts. First of all, the
government ought to provide free education of recycling lectures for the public. This is because many citizens
have not received decent education and are not well informed of how to recycle and reuse waste items. What's
more, the recycling industry needs to be financially supported. If the government does not pay attention to the
establishment and development of this industry, the problem will continue to exist in our society.
As mentioned above, the neglect of recycling and the shortage of recycling sites are the main factors leading
to the increase of waste materials. To solve this problem, both the government and the public should
collaborate.

10. SEPTEMBER 19, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-09-21
Summary:
In this paper, we bring is September 19, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates who do not know
how to test, anyway, candidates have to study more seriously.
Keywords:
September 19, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates to master the writing skills in addition to outside, every exam review
is to look at, so will know what exam exam, there is also a psychological preparation. Below, we look
together September 19, 2015 IELTS Writing .
Task 1
Title Type:
line graph
topic:
Percentage of people using public transport and people using private cars in five countries.

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Test situation analysis:


Chart is a dynamic graph, pay attention to the trend of the description, of course, occur simultaneously in five
cities, but also pay attention to the contrast between different cities.
model essay:
These two line graphs present the changes of the percentage of the citizens using public transport and using
private cars in different cities in Australia from 2000 to 2010.
The proportion of those who use the public transport fluctuated in these five cities, among which the
percentage of Sydney was the highest all over this period This was followed by ***, *** and ***. The lowest
percentage, which was around 5%, belonged to ***.
The percentage of those who use the private cars outnumbered that of the citizens who chose the public
transportation. The twenty years saw the gradual increase in all these five cities, with *** rising from 80% to
90%, making it the city where the private transport was most welcomed. Although people in the city of ***
constituted the smallest proportion in private transportation, it still underwent an increase, from 20% to 25%.
Overall, private transport is more popular in the five cities in Australia, with only a small proportion of citizens
preferring public transport.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Social class
Question way:
A/D
exam questions:
Some people think everyone should be a vegetarian, because we do not need to eat meat to have a healthy
diet. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
analysis:
Type topics discussed belong to a single point of view. Topics type is lifestyle and health.While this question is
a point of view, but consists of two aspects: everyone should become a vegetarian; We do not need to
eat meat to stay healthy. According to a relative of IELTS papers VS absolute choice, select a different sense
of this question in the discussion easier to write something.
Essay analyzes the main idea:
Body portion refute reason: not everyone should become a vegetarian, some special populations must not eat
vegetarian food, such as growth and development of children, people who are allergic to vegetables and
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The main part of rebuttal reasons: meat nutrition vegetables can not be replaced, a balanced diet is most
important.
model essay:
People have different views about whether being vegetarians or vegans is more beneficial for human beings
Some people believe that being a vegetarian is better since meat is helpless for people to stay healthy:. I doubt
this statement as people have right to choose whether to be a vegetarian or not and meat is a regular part of
our diet.
Although leading a low carbon life and being a vegetarian is quite popular in our society, it does not mean
everyone should only eat vegetables in their daily diet. Actually, to some groups of people, a single dietary
structure will even injure their fitness. For instance, children growth may be affected by unbalanced diet and
some people may be allergic to plants like caraway and celery. Also, if a pregnant woman refuses to take any
meat, her baby would suffer from malnutrition to a high degree.
Meanwhile, it is well- recognized that meat provide a wide range of nutrients that are difficult to obtain in
adequate quantities from vegetables and fruits. Insufficient intake of those nutrients will produce negative
health problems, such as poor growth. People can not keep fit without any meat foods. Meat is high in protein
and other essential nutrients, and these nutrients are hardly to find alternatives in plant source foods.
Therefore, a diet with a good combination of meat and vegetable is thought to have considerable value.
In brief, not all people should be a vegetarian and balanced diet will be the best choice for individuals.

11. SEPTEMBER 12, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-09-14
Summary:
In this paper, we bring is September 12, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates who do not know
how to test, anyway, candidates have to study more seriously.
Keywords:
September 12, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates to master the writing skills in addition to outside, every exam
review is to look at, so will know what exam exam, there is also a psychological preparation. Below, we
look together September 12, 2015 IELTS Writing .
Task 1
Title Type:
line graph
topic:
The line graph shows three different crimes in England and Wales in 1970-2005.

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analysis:
A line graph very law-abiding, presumably rarely say duck difficult subject, hoping duck can lose points
less in the writing section.
model essay:
The line graph compares the number of three different kinds of crimes in England and Wales during the
period from 1970 to 2005.
In 1970, the number of car theft was the highest (0.4 million), which was twice the figure for house
burgling and nearly eight times the figure for street robbery. Then it increased quickly and reached one
million in the year 1990, after which it soared to 1.6 million in 1995. However, in the rest years, the crime
rate of car theft declined dramatically to the 1990 figure.
As to the number of house burgling, experienced a similar trend with the figure for car theft in the first 10year period, while the number fluctuated and then dropped slowly to 0.5 million in 2005.
When it comes to the number of street robbery, it remained stable until 1990. Afterwards, there was a
slight increase of 0.03 million in the following years.
Overall, car theft and house burgling are the main crimes in England and Wales, while the figure for street
robbery was the lowest.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Education
Question way:
Viewpoints
exam questions:
Students in school or university learn more from classes of teachers than other resources (eg Internet or
TV), do you agree or disagree?
analysis:
Recent official is very difficult to think good heart, many times to inspect the old title. This is a hardcore
old problems, there have been three times in history, as long as the machine by Duck who have some
knowledge and review, we can very quickly come up with ideas and reasons for expansion.
model essay:

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The updated understanding of study and the cutting-edge technology usher in an era when the students
can have a variety of ways to acquire knowledge. Although there are other forms to obtain knowledge and
information, I am still the proponent of the belief that students can learn more from their teachers than
other resources.
Study, to some degrees, is not a one-way input of knowledge, while it is the procedure of mutual
interaction between teachers and students. In the conventional teaching and learning mode, the teachers
and the students co-exist in an environment where they can have timely interaction. This means teachers
can have a more comprehensive and directly understanding of their students' shortcomings and strong
points, which guarantees that students can learn more from the courses that are tailored to their needs
It is apparent that students can obtain more knowledge from their teachers because teachers do not only
function as craftsmen who only impart knowledge but also serve as a supervisor or a guardian. This is
especially true in the case where students are less self-disciplined and are inclined to go astray without
the supervision and guidance of teachers. By comparison, others resources of learning such as Internet
and TV sometimes are likely to make the students distracted due to a host of irrelevant information, which
will undermine their learning efficiency and make students learn less.
It is also true that students are likely to learn more from other resources. Internet and TV are two media
where there are a wealth of knowledge and information ranging from science and humanity. They are
also the easily accessible platforms for the students are in the remote places where the teaching
resources are not so abundant as that in more developed regions. However, other learning resources can
hardly challenge the dominant role played by teachers.
To sum up, teachers are still the primary resource from which students gain knowledge, although the
influence of other learning resources can not be underestimated.

12. SEPTEMBER 3, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-09-06
Summary:
In this paper, we bring is September 3, 2015 IELTS Writing Zhenti recalls, the first of
September exam exam candidates who do not know how, anyway, candidates have to study
more seriously.
Keywords:
September 3, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates to master the writing skills in addition to outside, every exam review
is to look at, so will know what exam exam, there is also a psychological preparation. Below, we look
together 3 September 2015 IELTS Writing .
Task 1
The bar chart shows the information about the favourite subjects of 60 students from 2 schools, school A and
school B.

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analysis:
The little essay examines the histogram, and the static map. With maps is done according to friends recalled,
the data is only for reference. The vertical axis represents the number of tenses not explicitly shown in the
memories of the figure, the essay mainly used the past tense. In writing, we should pay attention to compare
data within and between data.
model essay:
The bar chart shows the students'major preference between school A and school B. The optional subjects are
social science, science, language, sport and craft & drawing.
In school A, more than half of the students (36) chose sport as their favourite subject, compared with 5 in
school B. By contrast, the rest subjects are all not very popular among students in school A.
In school B, 25 students enjoyed craft and drawing, which was more than five times as many as the students
number in school A. (4). Also, the figure in language came second in school B, roughly reaching 18 and
narrowly beating social science into third place. In addition, no matter in school A or school B, students were
not quite interested in social science and science, with less than 10 persons in both.
Overall, students in school A and school B had different major preference. Students in school A liked sport the
most and disliked craft and drawing while students in school B were more fond of craft and drawing taut were
not much crazy about science.
Task 2
topic:
Many people are afraid to leave their homes because of their fear of crime. Some people believe that more
actions should be taken to prevent crime, but others feel that little can be done. Discuss both views and give
your own opinion.
Questions:
Argumentative discourse category
analysis:
Today is the old problem appeared November 3, 2012, and the criminal class is also often test one of the
topics. The probability of this old problem seems a bit high, but it is recommended that you go to the old
questions are written clearly again impossible task. Of course, this does not mean that we can be ready to give
up the writing section. During preparation, often appear on the IELTS essay topic into BRAINSTORM ten
exercises to be able to help the majority of duck on the test do soldiers to be blocked, water to soil cover.
Article structure: 4 sections
First paragraph: Import topic, expressing positions.
The main body section 1: Measures to prevent crime grounds.
The main body section 2: Almost no measures that can prevent the justification of crime.

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Summary paragraph: summary above, reiterated its position.


model essay:
With a rapid increase of crime, more citizens are scared of aggressive acts all over the world. As to whether
more measures can be taken to stop crime, there is an endless debate. From my personal view, although more
actions can not fully guarantee the security of the whole society, it is not the reason for which people can
surrender to violence.
Clearly, actions such as enacting more strict laws and legislations can effectively curb the frequency of crime.
Fearing punishment is usually the nature of humans, so when they are informed of the consequence of
committing crimes, they are more prone to stop doing anti-social acts. In addition, providing moral education
contributes to raise people <s safety awareness and consequently prevents crime. As the Internet prevails,
information about laws and legislations are more achievable, and thus there is a possibility that people are
given more opportunities to learn how to distinguish right from wrong.
However, feasible measures are still not a panacea to the establishment of a completely safe society. If
governments fail to guarantee a basic living standard for their citizens, crime rate will hardly be controlled. It is
widely believed that a decent job and sufficient disposable income can reduce the possibility of committing
socially unacceptable behaviour. The insecurity of society can also be attributed to the fact that it is less
possible for governments to eradicate all factors leading to crime. Illegal drugs and alcohol are more
accessible than before. People may have to commit crimes in order to get these items.
To conclude, reasonable actions including making severe policies and offering education are of great help to
control criminal events. However, they may still not be able to ensure a secure living environment for people if
fundamental needs of materials can not be fulfilled.

13. AUGUST 13, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-08-15
Summary:
This article is to share August 13, 2015 IELTS Writing , regardless of exam candidates, it must
be maintained.Below, a look at it, I wish the candidates can test the ideal score.
Keywords:
August 13, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
August 13, 2015 IELTS Writing for everyone to share, pro forma IELTS writing exam Zhenti review is that it
must not be ignored, below, just before Cheng Baili small series with a look at it.
Task 1
Pie
topic:
The pie charts below show the percentage of five kinds of books sold by a bookseller between 1972 and 2012.

model essay:

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The three pie charts comp are the popularity of five different kinds of books according to the sales of a
bookseller during the period from 1972 to 2012.
In 1972, the percentages of adult fiction and children's fiction equaled, which were 20%, and then the figures
experienced a gradual increase of 5% and 2% in the following 20 years. However, the figure for adult fiction
soared to 45% in 2012 while the figure for children's fiction continued to rise and arrived at 25%.
Biography was less popular than other books in this 40-year period, and the gaps were 5%, 5% and 4%
respectively. As to the travel books, they gained the least popularity in 1972, but outnumbered biography in the
year 1992 when the figure dropped in the rest years and reached 10% in 2012.
Overall, the proportion of fictions increased remarkably in this period while the popularity of other categories of
books had a marked decrease.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Culture Class
Question way:
Report
topic:
International travel makes people more prejudiced rather than broad-minded. Why? How to improve the
understanding of countries they visit?
Title Analysis:
Type the title belongs to the report category. Topics type are cultural classes. The title of the first question the
idea of difficult ideas, candidates need to have a wealth of extra-curricular knowledge and thinking more
delicate. The second problem, then we can start from two aspects to think of tourism. The first is for the
tourists themselves, what they need to do to improve, followed by the external environment, such as local
government, the media and travel agencies which tourists can do a better understanding of the local.
Article body structure segment:
The first paragraph: background introduction and description of the import of this phenomenon for two reasons.
Second paragraph: explain the first reason: Why is the language barrier can lead to this phenomenon.
Third paragraph: explain the second reason: Why tourists preconceived bias causes the phenomenon.
Fourth paragraph: from individuals, governments and the media point of view put forward measures.
Fifth paragraph: a brief summary.
model essay:
The increasing convenience of international flight and globalisation make it easier for travellers to step out of
their national boundaries and experience the exotic atmosphere of other countries. However, travellers'
prejudice also arises along with the booming of the international tourism. I view that language barrier and the
preconceptions of tourists are mainly responsible for this phenomenon.
It is quite natural that many international tourists hardly know the local languages, rendering it difficult for them
to communicate with local people. This means that the interaction between holidaymakers and local people is
quite restricted, which may only range from taking some snapshots of the landscapes or getting some secondhand information from the tour guides. As a result, misunderstanding of the local conventions and cultures are
likely to occur due to inefficiency of language, and to some extent, misunderstanding itself will induce bias.
Another reason contributes to this problem is tourists' preconceptions. The preconceptions, once coming into
shape, are somewhat hard to change. Some of the tourists may feel reluctant to take initiatives to know the
exotic cultures and practices because there are some differences between their native culture which they have
been accustomed to and the totally new surroundings. For example, many international tourists from
developed countries have a biased outlook of the unsophisticated and natural cultures of some African
countries, misinterpreting them something backward and primitive.
To solve this problem, more concerted effort should be made. It is advisable that the tourist form a more
comprehensive understanding by obtaining more information about their destination. They can also make
friends with some local residents to have a closer look on their real life. Besides, publicity launched by local
governments and media can also make a difference. More advertisements can be made to inform tourists of
the realistic surroundings of their tour destination.
To sum up, tourists will be more open-minded and objective by analysing the reasons of this phenomenon and
then making the joint effort.

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14. AUGUST 8, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-08-10
Summary:
In this paper, it brings is August 8, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates have hastened to look at
it, I hope the candidates were able to test out a satisfactory IELTS.
Keywords:
August 8, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
August 8, 2015 IELTS Writing to share to everyone, regardless of candidates to test, or to stick to
it. Remarks IELTS writing exam Zhenti review is that it must not be ignored, below, just before Cheng Baili
small series with a look at it.
Task 1
line graph
topic:
The graph shows the spending on research into renewable energy of four countries from 1975 to 2000.

analysis:
Chart it is certainly dynamic map, the line should be classified more, fewer lines and unique features to
describe. This chart only lines, according to the meaning of the questions that we can have a similar merger
trend line analysis.
model essay:
The line graph compares how much these four countries spent on the research of renewable energy during the
period from 1975 to 2000.
In 1975, there were no countries budgeting for this research, while the spending from Switzerland, Denmark,
Spain and the UK reached 2.6,1.8,1 and 0.5 dollars per person respectively in the year 1980.
In the following years, the figure for Switzerland nearly doubled, rising from 2.6 to over 5 dollars per person.
The investment from Denmark almost leveled off from 1980 to 1995, after which it rose remarkably and arrived
at 3 dollars per person in the year 2000 .
When it comes to Spain, the spending dipped to 0.5 dollars in 1990, although it climbed again and ended up at
0.8 dollars per person in 2000. The investment form the UK peaked at 0.9 dollars per person in 1985, while it
was the country which spent the least researching the renewable energy.

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Overall, Switzerland was the country that allocated the most funds to the research of renewable energy, while
the allocation from the UK was the lowest.
Task 2
Argumentative
topic:
Some people who have been in prison become good citizens later. Some people think that they are the best
people to talk to school students the danger of committing a crime. Do you agree or disagree?
topic:
Legal category
Questions:
Viewpoints
analysis:
Today's topic is a new problem. There is absolutely title word, generally we first recognize their merits, and
then proposed other methods.
Article structure: 5 segment
First paragraph: Import topic, expressing positions
The main body section 1: Introduction Background, leads opinion.
The main body section 2: admit to claim the body, more convincing than the traditional classroom.
3 main segments: real-life high school students might have a discriminatory criminal psychology, but other
methods can also play a role in education.
End of paragraph: summarize their views.
model essay:
A child's education has never been about learning information and basic skills only. It has always included
teaching the next generation how to become law-abiding citizens. While some people claim that those exprisoners are the best teachers to raise the awareness regarding laws, I believe that other measures are
equally effective.
Obviously, ex-prisoners play a vital role in cutting youth crime. This is because those released prisoners have
witnessed the horrors happened in the jail and they may also experience some of them. At the same time, they
can share the tears and sorrows they suffered in the jails and the harm they have brought to the victims and
their family members. This is more impressive than the traditional lectures given by professors. By listening to
a wide range of real cases in person, young generation will realize the consequence of the irresponsible
behavior deeply and discipline themselves strictly in the future.
Nevertheless, I believe other alternatives should be taken into consideration well. It is common for people to
have a fear towards criminals, especially those who have committed violent crimes and therefore face-to face
conversation between the young and people with a criminal record might be inappropriate in some cases. By
contrast, policemen normally have a good impression among youngsters and they can become the active
voice in reducing juvenile delinquency. Apart from them, parents can certainly be the first to help children learn
the differences between right and wrong since they are the people who know their children best in the world.
In my opinion, it is the responsibility of every member of a society to help the young generation to become
good citizens.

15. AUGUST 1, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-08-03
Summary:
In this paper, it brings is August 1, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates have hastened to look at
it, I hope the candidates were able to test out a satisfactory IELTS.
Keywords:
August 1, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
August 1, 2015 IELTS Writing to share to everyone, regardless of candidates to test, or to stick to
it. Remarks IELTS writing exam Zhenti review is that it must not be ignored, below, just before Cheng Baili
small series with a look at it.
Task 1

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analysis:
Should be the peak of the summer study maps and flow charts and other non-data graph, the majority of duck
should pay attention to review allocation of energy. Today small essay examined the site title, description of the
candidates after making two options to deal with than the analysis of the pros and cons, and finally make a
conclusion. When drafting, to the attention of state and the use of virtual voice on grammar, vocabulary should
pay attention to the orientation on the use of the word.
model essay:
The following two maps present the information of the layout of two potential plans for a training session.
Plan A layout is designed with the maximum capacity of ten people. More specifically, a white board is located
not far away from the entrance, beside which there is a platform with a president's chair. A table with four
chairs lies opposite the whiteboard, flanking by two tables with three chairs on each side. Behind the table with
four seats is a morning team table, which could be used for relaxation.
Compared with Plan A, the layout of Plan B is more compact, making it possible to accommodate more than
10 people. Two morning tea tables are sited in the top left comer of the training session. In the middle of the
session lies a white board , to which a platform with president chair is adjacent. The platform is surrounded
with three tables in three directions, forming a shape of a rectangle.
Overall, the layout for Plan A is more spacious, while the layout of Plan B is more space-effective.
Task 2
Topic Category:

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surroundings
Question way:
Report
exam questions:
The natural resources such as oil, forests and fresh water are being consumed at an alarming rate. What
problems does it cause? How can we solve these problems?
analysis:
Type the title belongs to the report category. Topics type belongs to the class environment.In moderation it can
be seen what problems and their solutions increasingly rapid consumption of resources can cause. If a single
environmental destruction will discuss how tricky question.
Essay analyzes the main idea:
Question 1: Environmental problems caused by the low efficiency of resource utilization plant
Solve 1: companies use environmental protection equipment while the government set up more stringent
environmental standards of production behavior
Question 2: cause a shortage of resources, indirectly reduce the people's living standards
Solve 2: Let the people have a positive attitude towards the conservation of resources, promote low-carbon life
model essay:
The universal phenomenon of excessive consumption of natural resources actually remains a subject of public
interest and concern. The objective of this essay is to outline both the potential problems of this negative
tendency and appropriate ways of dealing with it.
Consuming considerable resources will cause inevitable environmental pollution. The low efficiency of
resources use in factories may aggravate this problem. One of the best solutions may be encouraging
companies to adopt more eco-friendly equipment, making optimal use of materials. Meanwhile, local
governments can enact stricter environment-protection standards to normalize the enterprise operations.
In addition, since available natural resources are quite limited on the earth, the overuse of these restricted
resources will worsen the shortage of natural materials and lower people's standard of living indirectly. It is
well-recognized that only a few natural resources can be used directly in our daily life. For example, the
drinkable water accounts for just less than 1% of all the world water resources. Also, to meet the basic needs
of people, some alternative materials have been invented when some resources are in a short supply. For
instance, artificial cotton, a material which is made from rice straw, has replaced cotton in clothing industry in
recent years. However, the clothes made of artificial cotton are definitely not as comfortable as the natural
ones. Wearing these clothes means a lower life quality to some people to some extent. To address this
problem, people should develop a more active attitude towards economizing resources, leading a low carbon
life.
To summarize, consuming natural resources at an increasing rate may pose a threat on environment and
people's life. Business, governments and society should work together to solve these problems.

16. JULY 25, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-07-27
Summary:
In this paper, we bring is July 25, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates who hastened to see if they
have clearance sure? Anyway, small is still the same for you Come on!
Keywords:
July 25, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti
Remarks IELTS writing exam Zhenti recalled a link can not be ignored. Below, and in front Chengbai Li Xiao
Bian look at July 25, 2015 IELTS Writing , hope to help the candidates.
Task 1
Questions:
Histogram
topic:
The number of magazines sold per person in 5 countries in 2000,2010 with the projection of 2020.

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model essay:
The bar chart compares the number of magazines in five different nations in the years 2000 and 2010, and the
predicted sales for 2020.
It is noticeable that consumers in country a, b and c purchased more magazines than people in country d and
e. And it is projected the same for the year 2020.
In 2000, around 48 magazines were sold per person in country a. Which was the largest figure in the table.
After experiencing a small decline in 2010, this figure is expected to decrease to around 40 in the year 2020.
The similar sale patterns could be found in country b and c.
Magazines enjoyed the least popularity in country d and e. With only 10 and 11 sold in 2000 respectively. While
a slight increase can be witnessed in the sales of magazines in 2010 in country c. At only 15, its sales is
predicted to drop in the next 10-year period.
Task 2
topic:
As well as making money, businesses should also have social responsibilities. Do you agree or disagree?
topic:
Social Economy
Questions:
Viewpoints Argumentative
analysis:
Today's topic is a new problem, but serious remarks had duck for such topics should not be
unfamiliar. Economics has a term called CSR, English name is Corporate Social Responsibility, meaning that
businesses while creating profits, but also bear on employees, consumers, communities and the environment
responsibilities. So, when we were brainstorming for this problem can be cut from several angles.
Article structure: 5 segment
First paragraph: Import topic, expressing positions
The main body section 1: corporate social responsibility to help narrow the wealth gap.
The main body section 2: corporate social responsibility to help improve its image, get more economic
benefits.
Main section 3: too much on social issues of pay may cause the operation and development of enterprises are
facing problems.
End of paragraph: summary above, reiterated its position.
model essay:

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The last years has witnessed the boom of enterprises. Apart from the target of making profits, the businesses
are obliged to solve some social problems. This will have some positive effects on both our society and the
enterprise itself, although the high cost on social issues may affect its normal operation.
It is widely acknowledged that the support from enterprises is of great value to narrow income gaps. Most
companies have gained fiscal benefits from various entrepreneurial activities. However, there are still a large
number of families that can not afford educational expense and are at disadvantage in terms of educational
opportunities and career development. If they can provide financial assistance for the students from
disadvantaged backgrounds, these students will probably have a competitive advantage in the job market and
land a decent job in the future.
In addition, when companies make contributions to solving social problems, there is a possibility that they can
bring more profits to themselves in return. Many successful businesses have good reputations. If they decide
to make joint efforts with other enterprises to help the public raise the awareness of environmental protection,
the corporate image is likely to be improved. As a result, these businesses will be able to gain more profits in
trade activities.
Admittedly, if enterprises spend too much money tackling social problems such as improving employees' social
welfare and medical service, the operation and development may be negatively influenced. More seriously,
some companies will probably have to accept the fact of bankruptcy.
To conclude, businesses have the obligation to shoulder social responsibilities, which can not only contribute to
social stability, but also enhance their own profits, although it may be difficult for them to balance social and
entrepreneurial benefits sometimes.

1. JULY 11, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-07-13
Summary:
Remarks IELTS writing exam, candidates who want to make full preparations will have results, which concern every exam review is
essential.Below, and with the view of former Chengbai Li Xiao Bian July 11, 2015 IELTS Writing !
Keywords:
July 11, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti

In this paper, we bring is July 11, 2015 IELTS Writing , candidates have to play what? No matter which one of the candidates
exam preparation, understanding exam review is necessary, this will be the topic of the law of master and be prepared. Here, just
before Cheng Baili small series with a look!
Task 1
line graph
The graph shows the number of overseas visitors to three different areas in a European country between 1987 and 2007.

analysis:

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Chart it is certainly dynamic map, the line should be classified more, fewer lines and unique features to describe. This chart only
three lines of each line and the trend is different, so we need to change one description of each line, and when necessary to make
comparisons.
It should be noted that, in the final analysis is the IELTS writing test language ability in describing the chart duck who must be
conscious highlight their vocabulary and grammar levels.
model essay:
The line graph illustrates the changes in the number of foreigners who visited three different areas in a particular European
country from 1987 to 2007.
In 1987, the coast was the most popular tourist spot, with 40 thousand people visiting it. The mountains attracted 20 thousand
visitors, which was twice the figure for the lakes.
During this 20-year period, the number of visitors to the coast showed an upward trend, rising to 75 thousand, although it dipped to
35 thousand in 1992. There was a steady increase to 35 thousand from the year 1999 in the figure for the mountains, despite
some initial fluctuations.
As to the figure for the lakes, it overtook that for the mountains in 1992. It continued to increase markedly and peaked at 75
thousand in 2002, after which it experienced a rapid decline of 25 thousand.
Overall, the popularity of these three different areas grew in this period, while the figure for the mountain areas witnessed a quick
drop in the last five years.
Task 2
Topic Category:
advertising
Question way:
Viewpoints
theme:
Media category
exam questions:
Advertising discourages us from being different individuals by making them want to be or to look the same. Do you agree or
disagree?
analysis:
Large Writing first must engage in to understand the meaning of the title, do the Task response. How do the Task response it?
Look at the subject keywords, discourage, different, want to be, look the same. Around these words to ponder arguments. The
subject did not ask you the advantages or disadvantages of the ads, so QianWan not to write these, some students are excited to
see the exam have seen the problem, but there is no word for word to dig the subject of meaning, it is easy to stray.
Views like the topic, often only one person point of view, it is not the type of discussion, the two parties are clear views sue
denounced you, so you need to do one thing: Think about how other people will see, for example: I got this subject: I would
disagree standing position, I think advertising will not let me look the same with others ah Next, I have to think about it, some
people will not really be directed ad buy! the same thing with other people? If you do this step, congratulations, you use a critical
way of thinking about this topic, this is the debate often say "mind always keep the other Friends of debate."
This question is present the other Friends of debate might say, oh, you do so well this ad, everyone looked after will buy, and then
we all look the same. But you can step back and say: "No, ah, even after we may all buy iPhone, but this is not the fault of
advertising, consumers are not stupid, they often went to a handful of Apple's flagship store experience, know that Apple stuff cool
with them, before they are willing to buy. "
model essay:
It is said that advertising is so influential that it persuade people to become similar with each other. I believe this statement is a bit
overstated.
First of all, it is unfair to blame advertisements for the popularity of some certain products amongst consumers. For example, using
iPhone and other electric devices has become increasingly popular throughout the world, especially in China. What are the
reasons? I think it is because of its good selling points and designs instead of the commercials. While some might counter that
some target consumers are vulnerable, such as children and teenagers, and they might be persuaded to purchase similar items, I
believe it seldom happens since these days young people are longing for distinctive appearance and individuality.
Secondly, it is truly less likely for consumers to make similar choices with the help of commercials. By viewing a variety of
advertisements broadcasted on TV or billboard, people are informed of different choices in terms of prices, designs and patterns.
They might fine- tune their demand first, comparing the products available on the market, and making wise decisions that satisfy
themselves in the end. By contrast, without the advertisement, consumers have no access to discover their real needs and find the
better choice, which might lead to uniformity in purchasing decisions.
In conclusion, it is the quality of goods rather than their advertisements that attracts consumers. As there are so many kinds of
commercials, customers have a wide range of selections, making them become different rather than identical.

1. JULY 4, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-07-06

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Summary:
Unconsciously, the second half of 2015, so come to our side.Participate in July the first IELTS candidates are fighting what? Confident
breakthrough IELTS, IELTS break up with it? Now, let us look at July 4, 2015 IELTS Writing !
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In this paper, we bring is July 4, 2015 IELTS Writing , whether it is to participate in the IELTS or intention to participate in the next
candidates, do not ignore every exam review, by , we can see recently The exam questions, candidates will have to grasp the
mind, a better pro forma. And then look at the details before Chengbai Li Xiao Bian it! I hope for your help.
Task 1
topic:
The bar chart below shows the percentage of boys and girls aged 5-14 in Australia in who participate in various activities during
two-week period.

analysis:
Small essay is a bar graph. Histogram pay attention to numbers classified this figure should be owned by a class of the first two
activities, since they are outdoors. Be careful not to write separately for men and women, pay attention to compare.
Note: The title of the TV really should be DVD, thanks to test the candidate's review the situation.
model essay:
The bar chart compares the popularity of different activities amongst children aged 5-14 by gender within two weeks in Australia.
We can see from the bar chart that children prefer indoor activities than outdoor sports. Watching DVD seems to be children's
favorite choice because almost everyone enjoys it. 81% of boys like plying electronic computer games, compared to 62% in girls,
group. In the category of cycling, the percentage of boys is still higher than girls' The gender gap in the skating boarding is the
smallest. Only roughly 5 per cent of girls take part in the skateboarding. Arts and crafts is the only group (about 20% ) that more
girls enjoy this activity.
To sum up, it is obvious that boys are far more likely to participate in a variety of activities than girls.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Social class
Question way:
Analyzing the pros and cons
exam questions:
It is suggested that all the young adults should undertake a period of unpaid work helping people in the community. Does it bring
more benefits or drawbacks to the community and a young people?
analysis:
Type the title belongs to a view in judging the pros and cons. Topic categories are social classes. This problem is mentioned in the
two aspects, both young people also have community, and therefore, in the best of both the main body section to be mentioned.
Essay analyzes the main idea:
Argument: more good than harm
Lee:
For young people: to learn skills that can help to better play in the workplace; can increase the sense of belonging to the
community

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Community: to save money to do more things to make the community a better place.
Disadvantages:
For young people: it will take time and affect their studies
Community: the organization will face difficulties
model essay:
In recent years, it has become more and more common for societies to encourage young people to do unpaid work in the local
community. In my view, the voluntary participation of youth brings more benefits to young people and community.
By doing unpaid work, young people can gain experience and exercise skills, which are helpful for their performance in the future
career life. For instance, when they work with others and interact with people, they can enhance their abilities of problem solving,
communication and teamwork Also, young people will feel a sense of belonging to the local community through voluntary work,
building unity and reducing distrust among members of community:. To communities, with the help of young people, they can
reduce the financial burden of the community. If communities employ professional workers to do the same work, a high cost
certainly occurs. But now, local councils can do more in other aspects like updating sport facilities or supporting disabled people,
with the saving money.
Despite those merits of voluntary work, there are some potential drawbacks. Unpaid work might occupy a lot of time, which will
lead to an obvious decrease in their learning efficiency in school or workplace. Besides, how to organize young people to work
systematically is still a problem to local communities. Communities should avoid potential conflicts since these young people come
from different social backgrounds.
From the above discussion, young people should be encouraged to do unpaid work since community service is good for
youngsters' future career life. Meanwhile, communities can save money to do something more beneficial to local community
construction. However, there are still some negative points such as wasting time for young people and hard organization for
community.

1. JUNE 27, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-06-28
Summary:
June last IELTS has passed, the candidates do not know how my friends to play? Here, before Chengbai Li Xiao Bian will June
27, 2015 IELTS Writing Zhenti carefully organize memories for everyone, for reference study.
Keywords:
June 27, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti

In this paper, we bring is June 27, 2015 IELTS Writing , regardless of their candidates who test outcome must
not give up, to learn is to have perseverance, the final victory will come. Man of few words said, and quickly
look at it.
Task 1
line graph
The first graph gives the number of passengers travelling by train in Sydney. The second graph provides
information on about the percentage of trains running on time.

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model essay:
The first line graph shows the number of people who went out by railway in Sydney from 1995 to 2004. The
second line graph compares the on-time performance of Sydney trains network over the same period.
It is dear that there was a gradual increase in the number of passengers over the nine-year period. Overall the
service of rail transport was not satisfying.
About 230 million passengers preferred to travel by train, and this figure rose steadily and reathed a peak of
300 million in the year 2001. After experiencing a slight drop to 280 million, Sydney's railway system served
nearly the same loads of travallers in the following years .
Sydney tram's on-time target was 94%. As shown in the second graph, except the years 1999 and 2002, most
train failed to arrive on time in the majority of years. It is interesting to note that the year 2004 witnessed the
worst performance in terms of punctuality (Around 72%).
Task 2
Argumentative
topic:
Many people do not feel safe either at home or they are out .What are the causes, and what can be done to
make people feel safer?
Topics: Social Life
Questions: Report
Analysis: This question may seem like a question about the new kind of social life, but in writing, can still
exercise when we had a comment about the criminal class, television tired power and electronic equipment the
pros and cons of the cable material applied to the text in .
Article structure: 4 sections
First paragraph: Import topic, an overview of the main
The main body section 1: The reason for their lack of a sense of security
The main body section 2: lack of security has led to two reasons
3 main sections: the ability to make people feel safe measures

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End of paragraph: Summary above


model essay:
Security is always a frequently talked topic in the modern society. Looking into the factors leading to dangers
helps people to protect themselves from insecurity. This essay will mainly analyse the reasons for this problem
and provide some solutions.
There are two main factors contributing to the phenomenon that more people feel insecure. In general, the
detailed description of violence on the mass media should be responsible for this problem. When criminal
cases such as shooting, theft and driving after drinking are often reported on the TV, the viewers' safety and
security will probably be threatened and they will be in the belief that they are likely to be subject to offences at
anytime. This problem can also be attributed to the widespread use of mobile devices. With more applications
installed in people's smart phones, they save too many secrets on this device - the online bank passwords and
the information of their social network which may include significant business opportunities It is not
exaggerated that their lives and property will be threatened if they lose their precious. mobile devices.
To solve this problem, governments, police stations and citizens themselves should cooperate with each other.
First of all, the government should impose a restriction on the representation of crimes, reducing the plots
focusing on the detailed description. The governments and police stations need to set up a security system,
through which citizens' personal information can be prevented from being stolen. It is also of great essence
that citizens should raise the awareness of security.
As mentioned above, the occurrence of crime on the mass media and the storage of personal information on
mobile devices are the main reasons for insecurity. Governments, police stations and citizens should make a
concerted effort to address this issue.

1. JUNE 18, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-06-19
Summary:
June 18, 2015 IELTS Writing to share for everyone, for everyone Xiaobian carefully organize the exam review, candidates should
carefully reference.Whatever the outcome, the candidates who still have to seriously review.
Keywords:
June 18, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti

In this paper, it brings is June 18, 2015 IELTS Writing , hope to help the candidates. Recalling the exam can
also learn a lot of it, for their own goals fully pro formaunstoppable. Here, we followed before Chengbai Li Xiao
Bian look at it.
Task 1 table Figure
The table gives information about annual salaries of five employment sectors in Australia In 2006.

analysis:
Static tables, if only blindly number noted in the description, and certainly could not be the Gao points, the key
still lies in the number of garment Fig Looking relationships between data, and expressed with a different
sentence.

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model essay:
The table compares how much Australians earned in five different employment sectors in the year of2006.
Salesmen were more likely to get the highest income of $ 216,100, when compared with people in other
industries, while the lowest minimum salary could also be found in this sector. The gap between the maximum
salary and the minimum salary was smaller in engineering, with $ 145,080 and $ 38,500 respectively. The
employees in IT and telecommunications also earned a great amount of money. The maximum salary was up
to $ 100.080, which was about three times as much as the minimum salary. The figures for education and
traveling were similar, with maximum salary standing at around $ 68,000 and minimum standing at
approximately $ 32,000. In these five sectors, the average wages of IT and telecommunications was $ 79,000,
which was just second to that of engineering ($ 80? 000). The people recruited in sales area earned $ 70,000
on average. When it comes to education and traveling, the average salaries were much lower ($ 50,000 and $
45,000 respectively).
Overall, the people in the industries of sales, engineering and IT and telecommunications earned much more
than those in the other employment sectors.
Task 2
Title Type:
crime
Question way:
Report
exam questions:
In some countries, a high proportion of criminal acts are committed by teenagers. Why has this happened?
What can be done to deal with this?
analysis:
Type subject belongs report, topic category is a crime and cautious juvenile education. On paragraph assign
reasons for the period, a period measures, or for some reason and the corresponding measures.
Essay analyzes the main idea:
One reason: the instability of family factors that cause parents to educate their children in a violent manner to
leave a bad impact on children
Measures one: parents change the way of communication, more and children interact, more care for children
especially need the emotional
Two reasons: excessive media violence, children lack self-control screen in easy to imitate the heroes of
violence
Measures II: the government can set up the screen to review and classification system, control the amount of
violence on the screen
model essay:
In recent years, the proportion of crimes committed by teenagers has increased dramatically and this has
caused a widespread discussion. Media violence and unstable family life may be the two main factors leading
to adolescents' criminal tendency. Both of them will be discussed in detail below , followed by solutions.
The lack of family life should take responsibility for juvenile delinquency. Most parents educate their children in
an impropriate way like beating and abusing. Even now, may parents still hold a view that a good son is a
product of the rod. This educational method will leave children a misleading impression about violence when
they are very young, and they are more likely to become real offenders in the future.
To solve this problem, parents should adjust parenting at home, interacting with their children more frequently
and giving more attention and care especially emotional needs.
Excessive exposure to media violence also plays a big role in the increase of youth crime. As we all know, the
violence shots are prevalent in many films and TV games, which affects young people the most. Teenagers
who lack self-discipline tend to imitate their fantasy hero's criminal behavior after watching action films in real
situations. Actually, these teenagers are misled by their heroes. In this case, the government should set a
rating and censorship system in order to control the amount of violence, threat and horror on screen .
In conclusion, family life and media violence are main triggers of juvenile delinquency. Parents should
transform their ways to care and educate their children. Meanwhile, governments should provide a healthy
environment on the screen.

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1. JUNE 6, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-06-08
Summary:
In this paper, we bring is 6 June 2015 IELTS Writing , whatever the outcome, IELTS candidates who have to continue to work
hard for their own goals.Here, just before Cheng Baili small series with a look.
Keywords:
June 6, 2015 IELTS Writing , memories of IELTS Writing Zhenti

In this paper, we bring is 6 June 2015 IELTS Writing , whatever the outcome, IELTS candidates who have to
continue to work hard for their own goals. Here, just before Cheng Baili small series with a look.
Task 1
topic:
The map describes the change of a park from 1980 to now.

analysis:
The little essay examines the map problem, according to friends recall with map is made, for reference,
according to the picture said the study is a map of the Historical Change topic type category.
Both figures are the main changes are:
Increase: Picnic chairs and desks, road extend
Change: flower-bush; flower-a play ground
Unchanged: pond; bench; tree
Reduction: gate; wall
model essay:
The two pictures show the layout change of a park between 1980 and now.
In 1980, there was a West-to-South main road in the park, and two gates were at the beginning and end of the
road. Also, a small pond was located between main road and the west of the park, circled by three benches. To
the south of the pond, there were beautiful flowers and another flower cluster was on the other side of the main
road. Moreover, a-bunch of trees was planted in the northeast of the park and the whole park was circled by
square walls.
Now, the park has taken place some changes. At first, the main road is extended to north and east. Besides,
some new picnic chairs and desks are built among the trees for people to enjoy the barbecue. Then, the
flowers in the southwest are replaced by bush and the flower bed in the southeast is replaced by a playground
What is more, the whole park h |. become an open space as the wall and gates are all deconstructed By the
way, the small pond and benches are. still at the same place.
Overall, the park is an open public area for citizens to enjoy leisure activities.
Task 2
Title Type: society
Question way: discussion
exam questions:

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Some people prefer to provide help and support directly to those in their local community who need it. Others,
however prefer to give money to national and international charitable organizations. Discuss both views and
give your opinion.
model essay:
Although people in industrialised countries lead a high standard of living, it is undeniable that there are still 1.2
billion people living below the poverty line. In order to solve poverty-related problems, I feel that all kinds of
help should be encouraged and respected.
Giving a helping hand to those who are in need in the local community seems reasonable. It is because even
in the richest countries, there are still a lot of people, such as disabled people and orphanages, suffering from
famine and extreme poverty. For this reason, it is easy and convenient for us to help our fellow citizens, such
as donating food or clothing to them, so that we can see the result of our actions immediately. By contrast, it is
rather difficult to track expenditure of international aids, which might result in corruption in some cases.
Those who donate money to domestic and international charities believe that the collection of money has a
tremendous effect on the poor countries compared with other forms of help. This is because few people are
able to donate a large amount of money to construct schools, hospitals and roads in poor areas. Instead,
governments and charities can achieve this. International aids can also purchase vaccines which are available
in developed countries by using the money raised worldwide and save millions children's life.
In my view, minor proportion of donated money and other sorts of help should be appreciated equally as long
as the money reaches to those who need it desperately. The government could run campaign and encourage
door-to door help. At the same time, charitable organisations should make every penny count for donors.

1. MAY 30, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-06-01
Summary:
In this paper, it brings is May 30, 2015 IELTS Writing , whatever the outcome, IELTS candidates who have to continue to work
hard for their own goals.Here, just before Cheng Baili small series with a look.
Keywords:
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Task1
Title Type:
Bar chart
exam questions:
The chart shows the average class size in six countries in 2006, and compares them with world average class
size.

analysis:
This small essay examines the histogram, the content is the class size in primary and junior high schools
between individual countries. Because the horizontal axis does not involve time, so officials used here to
compare the main data, the picture is based on the memories edition users, there may be errors.
model essay:

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The bar chart shows the differences in the class size between primary school and lower secondary school in
six nations in the year 2006. Generally, the class size in primary school was slightly larger than that in lower
secondary school in the world average category.
It is clear that only two Asian countries figures were higher than the world average in terms of average number
in primary school (26);. With 34 in South Korea and 27 persons in Japan respectively, followed closely by
Britain (22) Meanwhile, the figures for Demark and Mexico were similar, at nearly 21 persons. Finally, Iceland
had the smallest class size compared with other countries, with only around 15 pupils having a class at the
same time.
As for the class size in lower secondary schools, South Korea still had the largest figure, with 36 students. By
contrast, Iceland had the lowest number, at only a half of South Korea's. Also, the numbers in Japan and
Mexico both exceeded that of world aver a little higher than 30.
Overall, South Korea had the biggest class size while Iceland had the smallest in two types of schools in the
given chart. Only UK and Denmark's class sizes in primary schools were slightly larger than that in their lower
secondary schools.
Task 2
Topic Category:
Globalization, Travel
Question way:
Report
exam questions:
In some country, people believe that international tourism is a bad thing for their country. What are the reasons
for this? How to change their views?
analysis:
Type subject belongs report. On paragraph allocation, it can be classified as the reason for some, and change
some reason or reasons for the change in method and corresponding period.
Essay analyzes the main idea:
One reason: the behavior of foreign tourists would anger locals, because they do not comply with local
customs
Measures one: the Government can do to guide in place, set up cultural tips
Two reasons: foreign tourists travel itself will bring cultural characteristics of their country, for a strong national
consciousness of race is an injury
Measures II: the government can guide the local people change their minds, a tolerance for such behavior,
travel more just cultural
model essay:
Travelling abroad has become a new lifestyle nowadays. However, complaints about the potential negative
effects of international travel have been sparked among the public in recent years. This essay will outline two
main reasons for these complaints and provide certain measures to change the opinion.
First of all, it is a widespread phenomenon that foreign travellers might repel the local community because of
their inappropriate languages and behaviour in some resorts. Due to the cultural differences, visitors, behavior
may break traditional rules in travel destinations sometimes. For example, a visitor will annoy an Indian when
he passes food by his left hand. For this reason, the local government can take actions to provide more
specific travelling tips in popular scene spots for foreign travellers.
In addition, more and more transnational travels will cause damage to the unique nature of a culture. Foreign
visitors will bring not only tangible matters like food and clothes but also something intangible, such as their
festivals or customs. In other word, these visitors are assimilating their country's culture while they are
travelling abroad, which will be bound to cause antipathy in racist society. Germany is a case point. For this
reason, the government can
encourage locals to hold a tolerant attitude toward foreign arrivals as they have no common knowledge of local
conventions in most times. Travelling is for cultural communication instead of invasion.
In conclusion, breaking conventions and cultural uniqueness are the two main factors leading to the bias
regarding international tourism. Both governments and individuals should make an effort to change this
phenomenon.

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2. MAY 21, 2015 IELTS WRITING


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-05-22
Summary:
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Keywords:
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Task 1
The charts show the percentages of male and female students getting top grades in 1960 and 2000.

analysis:
The examination of the histogram is not difficult. The actual exam graph has four, while this figure is only two,
but the investigation has not changed the substance.
be careful:
1. high boy in art, humanities ratio increases, other fall
2. high girl in arts, languages, humanities are on the decline
3. The boys and girls in languages, humanities score more, while other subjects significant differences
model essay:
Word count: 164
The two bar charts compare the proportions of boys and girls who achieved high grades in five subjects.
Overall, it can be seen that the percentage of boys getting top grades experienced an upward trend in
humanities and arts. In 1996, about only 20% and 10% of boys obtained high grades in humanities and arts,
and these two proportions almost doubled in 2002 respectively. As for mathematics and science, the figures

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decreased significantly. The percentage of male students who performed well in science decreased
considerably, standing at 18% in 2000. It is interesting to note that there was no change in the percentages of
languages ( around 22%).
By contrast, the proportions of girls achieved A or A + in humanities, arts and languages dropped remarkably,
which fell by 15%, 7%, 5% respectively in the year 2000, while the percentage of girls getting high grades
tripled in mathematics.
To sum up, girls outperformtd boys in languages and arts, whereas boys were more skilled in science and
mathematics.
Task 2
topic:
In some countries around the world men and women are having children late in life. What are the reasons for
this development? What are the effects on society and family life?
Topic: Social class
Questions: Report
analysis:
The test subject is December 8, 2012 there have been an old problem. The topic of social life and values, is
one of the higher frequency topic appear IELTS writing. For the IELTS writing test, the candidates themselves
will be trained to the old title is not high. But for some high-frequency topic, if you can have more candidates
some thought in peacetime, for the spirit and logic training or beneficial.
Article structure: 5 segment
First paragraph: Import topic, outlining the main
The main body section 1: the reasons why people are having children late in life
The main body section 2: the positive effect of this phenomenon on society and family
Main section 3: the negative effects of this phenomenon on society and family
End of paragraph: Summary above
model essay:
In the modern world, young adults prefer to raise children late in their life. This essay will mainly analyze the
potential reasons and how it will affect society and family life as well.
There are three main factors contributing to the postponed parenthood. In general, people who bear great
pressure from their work are less likely to prepare childbirth early, considering that they may have little time to
attend their children. This problem can also be attributed to the high cost of modern life. The young people
without adequate savings will probably be afraid of high living cost and expensive tuition. Another reason for
this is the difficulty in balancing work and life. More young people emphasise the promotion in career, and thus
spare little time for a stable marriage life which, is viewed as a significant element for rearing children.
It can not be denied that late childbirth is able to provide more time for young couples to be ready for the new
members in their families. They need to learn how to raise children before they decide to have children. In
addition, if they delay childbirth, they can provide more economic support for children 's rearing and education.
However, the low birthrate will cause an increase in ageing population. It is widely known that most medical
needs and costs occur in the last years of life. Therefore, young people have to face the need to care for the
elderly family members. From the perspective of the society, due to a shift in the age structure of the
workforce, an ageing society with a low birthrate is likely to encounter labour shortage.
To summarize, the delay in having children is mainly attributed to the stresses and strains men and women
bear in both their life and work. Although this may help them better prepare for their children's development,
the negative effects on both society and family life can not be ignored.

1. FEBRUARY 7, 2015 IELTS WRITING ZHENTI RESOLVE


Source: NetworkPublished: 2015-02-09
Summary:
In this paper, it brings 7 February 2015 IELTS Writing Zhenti resolve, and I hope the forthcoming IELTS candidates to help, at the
same time, participate in the examination of the candidates also can refer to recap, below are the details.
Keywords:
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The specific content of 7 February 2015 IELTS Writing Zhenti resolution for everyone to share, we want to
help, to give you reference. In fact, the pro forma IELTS Writing Zhenti is the best preparation materials, we
must pay attention.
February 7, 2015 IELTS Writing recalls:
Many museums and historical sites are mainly visited by tourists, not local people, why is this case and what
can be done to attract local people? For many museums and historical sites, the visitors, mostly foreign
tourists, not locals, why, how to attract the locals?
First paragraph: Background + writing purpose
Many cities are famous for their unique landscape such as various eye-catching historical sites or worldly
acclaimed museums. However, a hard truth is that those hot scenic spots are often appreciated by visitors
from other provinces or countries, yet, seldom visited by locals. This essay aims to explore why local people
are reluctant to pay a visit to local places of interest and present some recommendations on how to encourage
local residents to generate interest in appreciating local museums and historic sites.
Translation: Many cities in the beautiful tourist resources and famous, but the fact is: the locals rarely go to
popular tourist attractions to visit, tourists these resorts is a frequent visitor to this article, I will work hard to
explore at why local people do not like to visit the local tourism resources, and then make some suggestions to
encourage local people to appreciate local art galleries and historical monuments.
Analytical: famous = worldly acclaimed world-famous
Analytical: landscape = view scenery
Analytical: visitors from other provinces or countries foreign tourists
Analytical: are reluctant to = are unwilling to do sth reluctant to do ......
Analytical: local residents = locals = local people local people
Analytical: visit = pay a visit to = appreciate appreciation; visit
Sec: Locals do not want to visit museums and historical sites of the reasons
First, familiarity breeds boredom. Actually, as for the vast majority of sightseers, the aim of exploring a new city
is to feel her special cultural deposits or to appreciate the museums that are exclusive to the city, however, on
the part of local people , they seldom have the mood to appreciate indigenous scenery because mental
pleasure or visual enjoyment are more likely to be brought about by the unknown. Further, the incredibly
expensive ticket might pose another barrier for some local residents. Many outsiders, in most cases, have
sufficient tourism budget and endless vigor to appreciate tourist attractions. Conversely, some locals' wonderful
wish of visiting nearby scenery might be handicapped by their limited financial budget.For example, Beijing is
noted for the Great Wall, The National Palace Museum and many other historical sites. Nonetheless,
numerous native people fail to feel the wonder, beauty or amusing workmanship on site with their own eyes.
Translation: First, the familiar places no scenery, tourists travel purpose is to explore a strange city, feel the
culture or appreciate its unique museums, but for many local people, they rarely have the mood to enjoy the
local scenery, because visual enjoyment and maybe more by the spirit of joy to explore the unknown world
brought. Second, most people who travel all have plenty of money and endless more energy to enjoy special
tourist attractions, but the people in the resort city which is not necessarily sufficient condition to enjoy, Beijing
is a good example.
Expand: conversely = by contrast = on the contrary the opposite is
Expand: is noted for = is famous for famous because ...... ......
Expand: view = landscape = scenery n landscape
Analytical: mental pleasure or visual enjoyment euphoria and visual enjoyment
Analytical: pose a barrier for an obstacle
Analytical: many outsiders a lot of foreign tourists
Analytical: The National Palace Museum National Palace Museum
Three sections: solving strategies: increase the entertainment element; the establishment of a free
open day; strengthen propaganda
As to how to inspire local people to visit adjacent historic sites or museums, several measures should be
adopted. First, as for many modern people, the aim of their pastime is mainly for enjoyment not for receiving
education. So, a museum will be less attractive if it lacks some humorous or delightful elements. In this sense,
adding some entertaining elements is a good way to attract more visitors. To open a theater in the museum, or
to organize some theme visit activities might be good suggestions. Also, it is preferable and feasible to carry
out the free-admission policy on some special days so that more locals can be allowed to enter the museums

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to enjoy the displays or to feel the historic sites freely. Last, efforts should be made by the mass media to
strengthen the publicity of local tourist attractions, and relevant introduction on the city's unique history is an
effective way to kindle the readers' interest to visit those museums or historic sites on their own.
Translation: how to encourage local people to enjoy the local tourism resources, we can take a few strategies:
First, the modern entertainment purposes is feeling happy not to receive education, therefore, add some
humor or pleasing element is good The way to attract locals.For example, the museum began a small movie
theater, or organize theme tours. Second, some special day, it can be used as free open day, where people
can be free to enjoy art galleries and historical sites. Finally, efforts should be made to strengthen the
propaganda every day on local tourism resources. This is a good way to inspire people to visit art galleries and
historic sites enthusiasm.
Analytical: as to how to do sth about how to go ......
Analytical: adjacent = nearby nearby; nearby
Parse: it is preferable and feasible to do it does ...... is desirable and feasible
Analytical: in person = on one's own personally
Analytical: efforts should be made by the mass media to strengthen the publicity of the media should make
efforts to strengthen the propaganda about .......
Expand: kindle one's interest = generate one's zeal to stimulate interest; inspire enthusiasm
Endian: Ming-liang once again view + summary reasons:
In closing, my stand is that to ignite the locals' interest, to implement some free-admission policy and to
strengthen the publicity will all have indispensable role to play in increasing the numbers of the native visitors
for both museums and historic sites.
Translation: stimulate interest of local people; the introduction of free policy; strengthen propaganda are
increasing local people to visit galleries and monuments has played an indispensable role.
Travel Corpus:
1. go traveling in sp = do some sightseeing in sp travel somewhere
2. local people = indigenous people = local residents = the local local people
3. outsiders = visitors from other provinces or countries foreign tourists
4. visit the places of interest = visit the tourist attractions to visit tourist attractions
5. museums and art galleries museum or art gallery
6. historic sites of historical monuments
7. The National Palace Museum National Palace Museum
8. The Museum of Imperial Palace of Manchu State Puppet Manchurian Imperial Palace Museum
9. intrigue one's interest of doing sth interest stimulate someone to do ......
10. kill one's interest = dampen one's interest to stifle interest
11. strengthen the publicity of ...... strengthen publicity for ......
12. attract the attendance of the locals attract the participation of local people
13. in this essay, I will endeavor to explore the reasons why some local people fail to ...... this article, I will try to
explore at why some people are not able to place ......
14. enable sb to do sth = empower sb to do sth v make someone a chance to do ......
15. magnetize = attract v attract ......
16. be less alluring to the local people for local unattractive
17. feel bored about no novelty for ......
18. intrigue the zeal of the local residents to stimulate the enthusiasm of local residents
19. lowing the ticket prices is a feasible solution to attract more indigenous people lower fares is an efficient
way to attract more locals.
20. provide locals with more colorful and diverse entertainment activities to provide a rich and varied local
entertainment.