The graphs show below the post school qualifications held by Australians in the age groups 25 to 34 and 55 to 69.
The two pie charts represent the post school qualifications of two groups aged 25-30 and 55-69 respectively. This research was held in Australia on 462,300 post-graduates.
"The qualities a person needs to become successful in today's world cannot be learned at a university or similar academic institution. To what extent do you agree or disagree？
Success is a very subjective term. It is very difficult to define a successful life. All too often we equate a successful life with material possessions. Yet, there are millions of people out there who lead successful, fulfilled lives and are not financially sound. They may not be rich in the financial sense, but they are rich in life and values. Therefore, I would like to accord with the given statement.
Shopping has developed from a necessary activity to a kind of entertainment. To what extent do you agree or disagree? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this development? Give reasons for your answer and examples from your own knowledge and expe
Advancement is leading to materialistic attitudes of people in this modern world. Presently, the prevalence of shopping is gaining ground radically. Undenaibly, It has turned from needed activity to form of amusement. Here, I would like to accord with given statement along with pros and cons of this phenomenon.
The two bar charts compare the consumption of some energy resources between UK and USA in the year 200 and 2006. It can be clearly seen that the use of oil, in both nations and years, was the highest.
The chart below gives the information about Southland’s main exports in 2000, 2014, and future projections for 2025.
This bar chart illustrates the performance of Southland’s primary exports in 2000 and 2014. It also indicates future projections for 2025. According to the data, it seems likely that international tourism will become the dominant industry, although dairy exports will remain strong.
In some countries people who are unemployed receive a sum of money each week in the form of a benefit. While some support this, other people believe that this money should not be given.Discuss both points of view and give your own point of view?
Lifestyle has undergone dramatic changes over couple of decades. Presently, unemployment has become a global menace on account of population explosion. Some proportion of people assert that offering money per week to unemployed people is worthwhile to bless them happy survival. By contrast, others have conflicting views. Here, I would like to account for both sides with my own perception.
Car ownership has increased so rapidly over the past thirty years that may cities in the world are now ‘one big traffic jam. How true do you think this statement is? What measures can governments take to encourage people from using their cars?
Most people would agree that car ownership has increased in recent years and is causing a range of problems, particularly in built-up areas. I think there are a number of ways that governments can aim to deal with this.
The diagrams below show the changes that have taken place at West Park Secondary School since its construction in 1950.
The diagrams show West Park School at three different stages in its development: 1950, 1980 and 2010.
In 1950, the school was built close to a main road and next to a number of houses. A large area behind the school was turned into a playground, while the area behind the houses was farmland.
By 1980, the houses had been demolished in order to make way for a small car park and an additional school building, which became the science block. In addition to the existing playground, the school also gained the farmland and converted it into a sports field.
One of the consequences of improved medical care is that people are living longer and life expectancy is increasing.Do you think the advantages of this development outweigh the disadvantages?
Over the past 50 years, people have become used to the idea that they will probably live longer than their grandparents did. However, a longer life is only desirable if you can look after yourself and be independent, otherwise there can be disadvantages for everyone.
If you walk into a hospital in my country, you are likely to see a lot more elderly people that you did in the past. In fact, this is causing significant problems as there is a shortage of beds. Medical treatment is keeping the elderly alive, but at what cost to others?
The charts below give information about the diet and general health of two groups of students. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The chart illustrates the proportion of several kinds of food in the student’s diet in two groups as well as their general health.