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نمونه سوالات رايتينگ آيلتس قسمت هفتم

The money spent by governments on space programs would be better spent on vital public services such as schools and hospitals.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Governments in some countries spend large amounts of money on space exploration programs. I completely agree with the idea that these are a waste of money, and that the funds should be allocated to public services.

There are several reasons why space programs should be abandoned. Firstly, it is extremely expensive to train scientists and other staff involved with space missions, and facilities and equipment also come at a huge cost to the government. Secondly, these programs do not benefit normal people in our daily lives; they are simply vanity projects for politicians. Finally, many missions to space fail completely, and the smallest technological error can cost astronauts their lives. The Challenger space shuttle disaster showed us that space travel is extremely dangerous, and in my opinion it is not worth the risk.

I believe that the money from space programs should go to vital public services instead. It is much cheaper to train doctors, teachers, police and other public service workers than it is to train astronauts or the scientists and engineers who work on space exploration projects. Furthermore, public servants do jobs that have a positive impact on every member of society. For example, we all use schools, hospitals and roads, and we all need the security that the police provide. If governments reallocated the money spent on space travel and research, many thousands of people could be lifted out of poverty or given a better quality of life.

In conclusion, my view is that governments should spend money on services that benefit all members of society, and it is wrong to waste our resources on projects that do not improve our everyday lives.

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نمونه سوالات رايتينگ آيلتس قسمت ششم

Some people believe unpaid community service should be compulsory part of high school programs.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?

It is sometimes argued that high school students should be made to do some work in their local communities. While I disagree with the idea of making such programs compulsory, I do believe that voluntary community service could benefit young people.

There are several reasons why I would argue against having compulsory community service for secondary school students. Firstly, the school curriculum is already full with important academic subjects, such as math, science and languages. For example, I remember having an extremely busy timetable when I was at high school, and it would have been impossible to add to it. Secondly, students’ performance in other subjects would be affected if valuable study time were taken by charity work or neighboring improvement schemes. Finally, I believe that teenage students would be reluctant to take part in any program of obligatory work, and it could lead to poor motivation and even bad behavior.

On the other hand, the opportunity to do voluntary community service could be extremely positive for high school students. By making these programs optional, schools would ensure that only motivated students took part. These young people would gain valuable experience in an adult working environment which could help to build their self-confidence and enhance their skills. Having such experience and skills on their CVs could greatly improve school leavers’ career prospects. For example, a period of voluntary work experience might impress a university admissions officer or a future employer.

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نمونه سوالات رايتينگ آيلتس قسمت پنجم

New editors decide what to broadcast on television and what to print in newspapers. What factors do you think influence these decisions? Do we become used to bad news, and would it be better if more good news was reported?

It is true that editors have to make difficult decisions about which news stories they broadcast or publish, and their choices are no doubt influenced by a variety of factors. In my opinion, we are exposed to too much bad news, and I would welcome a greater emphasis on good news.

Editors face a range of considerations when deciding what news stories to focus on. Firstly, I imagine that they have to consider whether viewers or readers will be interested enough to choose their television channel or their newspaper over competing providers. Secondly, news editors have a responsibility to inform the public about important events and issues, and they should therefore prioritize stories that are in the public interest. Finally, editors are probably under some pressure from the owners who employ them. For example, a newspaper owner might have particular political views that he or she wants to promote.

It seems to me that people do become accustomed to negative news. We are exposed on a daily basis to stories about war, crime, natural disasters and tragic human suffering around the world. I believe that such repeated exposure gradually desensitizes people, and we become more cynical about the world and more skeptical that we can do anything to change it. I would prefer to see more positive news stories, such as reports of medical staff after a natural disaster, or the kindness of volunteers who help in their communities. This kind of news might inspire us to lead better lives.

In conclusion, it must be extremely difficult for editors to choose which news stories to present, but I would like to see a more positive approach to this vital public service.

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نمونه سوالات رايتينگ آيلتس قسمت چهارم

In many countries schools have severe problems with student behavior. What do you think are the causes of this? What solutions can you suggest?

It is true that the behavior of the school pupils in some parts of the world has been getting worse in recent years. There are a variety of reasons for this, but steps can definitely be taken to tackle the problem.

In my opinion, three main factors are to blame for the way young people behave at school nowadays. Firstly, modern parents tend to be too lenient or permissive. Many children become accustomed to getting whatever they want, and they find it difficult to accept the demands of teachers or the limits imposed on them by school rules. Secondly, if teachers cannot control their students, there must be an issue with the quality of classroom management training or support within schools. Finally, children are influenced by the behavior of celebrities, many of whom set the example that success can be achieved without finishing school.

Student behavior can certainly be improved. I believe that the change must start with parents, who need to be persuaded that it is important to set firm rules for children. When children misbehave or break the rules, parents should use reasonable punishments to demonstrate that actions have consequences. Also, schools could play an important role in training both teachers and parents to use effective disciplinary techniques, and in improving the communication between both groups. At the same time, famous people, such as musicians and football players, need to understand the responsibility that they have to act as role models to children.

In conclusion, schools will continue to face discipline problems unless parents, teachers and public figures set clear rules and demonstrate the right behavior themselves.