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نمونه سوالات رايتينگ آيلتس قسمت سوم

More and more people are migrating to cities in search of a better life, but city life can be extremely difficult. Explain some of the difficulties of living in a city. How can governments make urban life better for everyone?

Cities are often seen as places of opportunity, but there are also some major drawbacks of living in a large metropolis. In my opinion, governments could do much more to improve city life for the average inhabitant.

The main problem for anyone who hopes to migrate to a large city is that the cost of living is likely to be much higher than it is in a small town or village. Inhabitants of cities have to pay higher prices for housing, transport, and even food. Another issue is that urban areas tend to suffer from social problems such as high crime and poverty rates in comparison with rural areas. Furthermore, the air quality in cities is often poor, due to pollution from traffic, and the streets and public transport systems are usually overcrowded. As a result, city life can be unhealthy and stressful.

However, there are various steps that governments could take to tackle these problems. Firstly, they could invest money in the building of affordable or social housing to reduce the cost of living. Secondly, politicians have the power to ban vehicles from city canters and promote the use of cleaner public transport, which would help to reduce both air pollution and traffic congestion. In London, for example, the introduction of a congestion charge for drivers has helped to curb the traffic problem. A third option would be to develop provincial towns and rural areas, by moving industry and jobs to those regions, in order to reduce the pressure on major cities.

In conclusion, governments could certainly implement a range of measures to enhance the quality of life for all city residents.(273 words, band 9)

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۷ روش بد استفاده از اصطلاحات کنایی Idioms (بخش اول)

شاید بیشتر از هر موضوع دیگری درباره ی استفاده از اصطلاحات کنایی سوال پرسیده شود. سوال هایی مثل:

  • آیا استفاده از این اصطلاحات نمره ی مرا افزایش می دهد؟
  • از کدام این اصطلاحات استفاده کنم؟
  • چند اصطلاح در Speaking به کار ببرم؟
  • آیا از این اصطلاحات در Writing استفاده کنم؟

از این مبحث آزمون آیلتس بیشتر از هر بخش دیگری برداشت اشتباه شده است. دقت داشته باشید که در صورت انجام هر کدام از اشتباهات ذکر شده در این بخش و بخش های بعدی، ضرر بسیاری خواهید کرد.

در این بخش و بخش های بعدی، به بررسی ۷ روشی می پردازیم که استفاده از این اصطلاحات می توانند باعث کاهش نمره ی شما در بخش Speaking و Writing بشوند.

اشتباه اول: استفاده از اصطلاحات کنایی در Writing Task 1 Academic

در Task 1 بخش آکادمیک، شما باید یک سری اطلاعات، نقشه و یا یک پروسه را توضیح دهید. برای این کار هیچ احتیاجی به استفاده از اصطلاحات کنایی نیست چرا که شما در حال نوشتن متنی آکادمیک هستید و استفاده از این عبارات اصلا مناسب این امر نیست.

اشتباه دوم: استفاده از اصطلاحات کنایی در نامه های رسمی

در Task 1 بخش General، از شما خواسته می شود تا یک نامه (رسمی یا غیر رسمی) بنویسید.

به کار بردن این عبارات در نامه ی غیر رسمی، مادامی که اصطلاحات را به شکل صحیح استفاده کنید، اشکالی ندارد. اما استفاده از آن ها در نامه ی رسمی مناسب نبوده و برای این کار نمره از دست خواهید داد.

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نمونه سوالات رايتينگ آيلتس قسمت دوم

Although more and more people read news on the Internet, newspapers will remain the most important source of news. Do you agree or disagree?

The Internet is beginning to rival newspapers as the best place to find information about what is happening in the world. I believe that this trend will continue, and the Internet will soon be just as important as the traditional press.

On the one hand, I believe that newspapers will continue to be a vital source of information, even in the Internet age. Firstly, newspapers are the most traditional means of communicating the news, and not everyone wants to or is able to use the Internet instead. For example, old people or those in rural areas might not have the ability or opportunity to get online, while many of us simply prefer newspapers even if we do have Internet access. Secondly, newspapers can be trusted as reliable sources of news because they employ professional journalists and editors. Finally, many people like the experience of holding and reading a paper rather than looking at a computer screen.

However, the Internet is likely to become just as popular as newspapers for a variety of reasons. The main reason is that it allows us much faster access to news in real time and wherever we are, on different gadgets and mobile devices. Another key benefit of online news compared to newspapers is the ability to share articles, discuss them with other people, give our views, and even contribute with our own updates on social media. For example, there has been an explosion in the use of platforms like Twitter and YouTube where anyone can share their news and views. A final point is that this source of news is less damaging to the environment.

In conclusion, I disagree with the view that newspapers will continue to be the main source of news, because I believe that the Internet will soon be equally important.

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نمونه سوالات رايتينگ آيلتس قسمت اول

As well as making money, businesses also have social responsibilities. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Businesses have always sought to make a profit, but it is becoming increasingly common to hear people talk about the social obligations that companies have. I completely agree with the idea that businesses should do more for society than simply make money.

On the one hand, I accept that businesses must make money in order to survive in a competitive world. It seems logical that the priority of any company should be to cover its running costs, such as employees’ wages and payments for buildings and utilities. On top of these costs, companies also need to invest in improvements and innovations if they wish to remain successful. If a company is unable to pay its bills or meet the changing needs of customers, any concerns about social responsibilities become irrelevant. In other words, a company can only make a positive contribution to society if it is in good financial health.

On the other hand, companies should not be run with the sole aim of maximizing profit; they have a wider role to play in society. One social obligation that owners and managers have is to treat their employees well, rather than exploiting them. For example, they could pay a “living wage” to ensure that workers have a good quality of life. I also like the idea that businesses could use a proportion of their profits to support local charities, environmental projects or education initiatives. Finally, instead of trying to minimize their tax payments by using accounting loopholes, I believe that company bosses should be happy to contribute to society through the tax system.

In conclusion, I believe that companies should place as much importance on their social responsibilities as they do on their financial objectives.(285 words, band 9)