IELTS Writing Practice Test 36 (Task 1) and Sample Answers

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IELTS Writing Practice Test 36 (Task 1) and Sample Answers

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Janice Thompson

Janice Thompson

Soon after graduating with a Master’s in Literature from Southern Arkansas University, she joined an institute as an English language trainer. She has had innumerous student interactions and has produced a couple of research papers on English language teaching. She soon found that non-native speakers struggled to meet the English language requirements set by foreign universities. It was when she decided to jump ship into IELTS training. From then on, she has been mentoring IELTS aspirants. She joined IELTSMaterial about a year ago, and her contributions have been exceptional. Her essay ideas and vocabulary have taken many students to a band 9.

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Posted on Jun 5, 2022

The following table shows the population figures of four countries from 1990 to 2020 and the estimated population growth by 2050.
The United States of America had a high population growth from 1990 to 2020 and predicted that 28.4 million people will rise by 2050. Correspondingly, in 1990, the total population in Canada was 26.6 million and rose to 31.00 million by 2020, about a 10.3 million population increase in 30 years. Another 2.1 million public will be settled in Canada after 30 years.
In Australia, in 1990, the number of inhabitants was 17.1 million and jumped to 22.7 million by 2020, an anticipated 26.0 million, which means 3.3 million people will grow by 2050. Eventually, In New Zealand, population growth is meagre, with an average of 0.45 million people increasing between 1990 to 2020 and forecast for the exact change by 2050.
Overall, there are not many significant changes in population growth in the other three countries except in the USA and Canada.


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