IELTS Writing Practice Tets 11 From IELTS Practice Plus 03

IELTS Writing Practice Tets 11 From IELTS Practice Plus 03

IELTS Writing Task 2 Topic:

Modern technology has made it easier for individuals to download copyrighted music and books from the Internet for no charge. To what extent is this a positive or a negative development?

Outline

Identifying the essay type: Opinion 
Structuring the essay:

INTRODUCTION

State your opinion clearly. Explain in brief what you are going to write in the body paragraphs.

BODY

Paragraph 1: For many people, this is very negative .

[1] a form of stealing

[2] nobody buys music CDs or books

Paragraph 2: Give your opinion and give some reasons

[1] free access to books and music on the Internet is liberty to be enjoyed.

[2] strict monitoring and  penalties suppress creativity.

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CONCLUSION:

Restate your argument or side (whether you say it is negative or positive)

SAMPLE ANSWER:

Technology developed in recent years has created a significant impact on the way books and music are shared. The internet enables completely free access to both.

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For many people, this is very negative. Firstly, they point out that downloading books and music without paying is morally wrong – it is, after all, a form of stealing, just as much as if someone had shoplifted a CD. Secondly, they claim that if nobody buys music albums or books, then the people who produce them, such as novelists, journalists or musicians, will lose their livelihoods. Eventually, new projects may not be undertaken, and the whole industry will cease to function. Eventually, the only way to make money from writing and music will be through things like celebrity endorsements.

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However, I believe that free access to books and music on the internet is a liberty to be enjoyed. Initially, the pleasure of reading books and listening to music was restricted only to a few. But internet has made it possible for everyone to enjoy these things. It is particularly good for young people to get access to a lot of music and books.

I feel that the only way to prevent accessing books and music is by strict monitoring and issuing penalties, but this would be extremely damaging because it would increase surveillance and control. Also, it would suppress creativity and undermine creative industries to a greater degree than giving free access.

In conclusion, I believe that the development is positive, and writers and musicians will adapt to technological changes. Good artists can thrive in any environment.

(281 words)

Useful vocabulary

  • Shoplifted
  • Cease to function
  • Celebrity endorsements
  • freely experience
  • Undermine creative

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