Recent IELTS Writing Actual Test 2021 & Model Answers
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IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (ACADEMIC) ACTUAL TESTS WITH SAMPLE ANSWERS (May – August 2021)
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IELTS Writing task 1 (Academic) Actual Tests with Sample Answers (May – August 2021) contains 100 reports for the Academic module of IELTS. Each of them will contain either a table, line graph, pie chart, or process diagram. Also, answers are given right below the questions, which you can use as a reference. The book contains 100+ pages.
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IELTS WRITING TASK 2 ACTUAL TESTS WITH SAMPLE ANSWERS (May – August 2021)
About the book
IELTS Writing task 2 Actual Tests with Sample Answers (May – August 2021) contains 84 recent IELTS actual writing task 2 questions. The questions are of the following types:
Also, answers are given right below the questions, which you can use as a reference. The book contains 200+ pages.
Given below are tasks taken from IELTS actual writing tests with IELTS model answers. You can use these model answers as a reference and practice writing the answers on your own.
IELTS Writing Task 1
Paraphrase: Charts illustrate; the number of undergraduates; financial support by the UK government from 1991 to 2001.
Overview/Summary: 1) Increase of Undergraduates over the years. 2) Student grants provided by the government.
Paragraph 3: Undergraduate’s increase over the years. Give figures.
Paragraph 4: Reverse trend in the student grants funded by the UK government. Give figures.
Paragraph 5: Overall financial background of the Undergraduates at University in 1991.
The bar chart and line graph illustrate the total number of Undergraduates at University and financial support offered by the UK government between the year 1991 and 2001. The pie chart depicts the financial situation of their families in 1991.
We can observe that the number of Undergraduates gradually increased and peaked in 1999. In contrast, there was a downward trend in the student grants offered by the UK government. Interestingly, a majority of the Undergraduates belonged to middle-class families.
In 1991, about 1.1 million students pursued UG courses in the UK university. There was a significant increase in 1993 with 1.4 students which rose to around 1.6 million in 1995 followed by 1.65 million in 1997 before peaking at 2.1 million in the next two years. However in 2001, the number had witnessed a drop to 2 million respectively.
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Contrastingly, a reverse trend was seen in the student grants offered by the UK government, which plummeted from more than 6,500 pounds in 1991 to 4,900 pounds in 1995. Since then, each student was financed with a stable amount of 4,700 pounds annually till 2001.
As far as the financial background of the student’s families in 1991 is concerned, the proportion of Undergraduates hailing from middle-class families was 62%, approximately which was twice as much of Undergraduates belonging to high-income families. In contrast, 8% of the students were from low-income families.
IELTS Writing Task 2
In some countries, a lot of children have health issues and are becoming overweight. Some people think that the government should be responsible for solving this problem. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
It is true that children in some parts of the world are becoming obese and unhealthy. I agree with the role of the government in resolving this vexing issue. However, I also believe that we also should emphasize the role of parenting and school settings.
Childhood obesity and children’s health problems should be partly blamed on authority. We cannot deny the fact that overweight children are of high chance to be vulnerable to numerous serious diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, which poses a dire threat to the national growth of any country as they are the future’s human resources. As a result, the authority should be accountable for mitigating this problem. Take China as a good example. The governing body has been taking action to lower the obesity rate among children by organizing boot camps where children are physically trained to lose weight and take up a daily healthy habit. This is because China’s political activists are scared of the scenario that these overweight children will not be able to meet the physical demand to join the army.
Besides the governmental role, parents and schools are also liable for their children’s good health. Regarding the former, working parents nowadays tend to devote virtually their whole time to work to ensure material well-being, which means that they may spend less time carefully taking care of their children’s diet. Therefore, without supervision, children might eat unhealthy food or lead a sedentary lifestyle. This explains why close parental care and control are crucial in ensuring children’s balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. In terms of the role of education in teaching children about healthy living, some schools are inclined to place emphasis on theoretical subjects as math and literature and neglect the importance of physical education, which reduces their students’ workout frequency. School efforts to promote a healthy diet and engage students in physical exercises are irreplaceable in tackling the problem of child obesity.
In conclusion, the government, parents, and schools should all shoulder the responsibility for protecting their children from obesity and unhealthy lifestyles.
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