IELTSFever FREE Online Test Day 36(16-10-2020) 

IELTSFever FREE Online Test Day 36(16-10-2020) 

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Academic Writing Task 1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

General  Writing Task

There is a public park near where you live. You have heard that the local council wants to sell this park.

Write a letter to a local newspaper. In your letter:

  • introduce yourself
  • describe the importance of the park
  • say what action you will take if the council continues with its plan

General/ Academic Writing Task 2

Academic /General speaking

Describe an Energetic Person that You Know

You should say:

Who is this person?

How do you know this person?

Why do you think this person is energetic?

And explain how you feel about this person?

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8 thoughts on “IELTSFever FREE Online Test Day 36(16-10-2020) ”

  1. Sunil kumar

    Dear Sir/Ma’am,
    greetings of the day!

    I am the resident of sector 4, xyz city, composing this letter to let you know that I have heard that the authorities in our area want to sell this park of our locality. As this is the only public garden we have in our zone. People from all over the society come to this park for jogging, stretching and yoga. All the kids and teenagers love to play, practice their sports and to do recreational activities. It’s not only a park for us but it’s more like a home to us now because people of all age groups are spending their time there. Not only this, every six months we the people of locality organise a camp here to donate things to poor people, free doctor consultation and selling used household items in very less amount to the underprivileged people from the city.
    People of the community are not happy with the council’s decision to sell the park. If they carry on with their plan we all will complain on state level and if need we will go on protest against the administration. I hope the management will understand the importance of the garden to us.

    Thanks and regards,
    Sunil kumar

  2. Sunil Kumar

    It is mostly seen that the famous personalities are gaining more popularity because of their charm and money in spite of their accomplishments. It’s indeed create a bad influence on our young generation. I truly agree with this statement as people gaining stardom with their money rather than their hard work.

    Unlike in older times, celebrities are known for their hard work but nowadays more of the people achieving the status because of the huge amount of money and stylish outlooks. For example, most of the starkids are already very famous among our teenagers, they hardly achieved anything in their life but still they have lots of followers on instagram or on youtube. It’s just because of the money they got from their family to support their attractiveness. Hence it creates a bad influence on our children as they also want to achieve fame and popularity without putting much effort.

    Additionally, Nowadays we can see lots of stars or celebrities everywhere unlike in the past. In other words, those stars who gain stardom without any struggle they don’t know the true value of stardom and can affect our generation in many ways. For instance, these stars you can see in the news for their rude behaviour with the media, with security staff and even sometimes with their fans. So it’s simply they are not the person to follow and can turn our children similar to them.

    To conclude, the celebrity should know the true value of being one. Should consider for his achievements rather than his financial status and fancy look. People should also understand who they consider as a celebrity. He/she should be a role model for the young generations who can motivate them for attaining status in their perspective fields.

  3. Sunil Kumar

    The energetic person I know is a famous footballer, Cristiano Ronaldo. He is a global icon, everyone knows him around the world. He is playing for Juventus football club in Italy.

    He is 35 years old, Happily married and has 4 kids. He is very energetic as he always trained so hard, his fitness is on another level in spite of 35 years he is one of the fittest athlete in the football world. He has lots of stamina and can play easily upto full time in every match. He is a role model for me.
    I feel so delighted everytime I see him on screen. He always motivates me to accomplish my goals. Not only this he is a great leader also as he leads his national team on international platforms.

  4. Deepthi Chandrika

    The 21st century has not only visualized digitalization but also showcased the rise of many celebrities. In the olden days, people with talent are exalted with such names. However, nowadays, youngsters with glamour and wealth are also accounted for as celebrities. This view impacts a sense of denial among youngsters, and I affirm it. The reasons for my agreement, along with supported arguments are being elucidated below.

    A celebrity or a star is a person who has contributed to his field and achieved an amount of credit for his hard work as well as commitment towards his work. This concept has been revolutionized. For example, the movie industry is considered the most influential community in comparison to all other fields. In the pre-urban era, directors, actors who worked relentlessly to provide entertainment for the citizens were crowned as celebrities. Nevertheless, in the modernized era, the prime factor to prove oneself as a celebrity is beauty. To justify, youth are driven into the film fraternity with a mind of the thought that fairness provides chances. Yet, the sad reality “beauty is skin deep”. Overall, one has to accept that your intuitiveness makes you a celebrity, not the allure.

    Another crucial factor to be reviewed is media involvement. For instance, every year Times now announce the top 100 celebrities in the country. One can preview TV actors, rich heirs, movie stars in the list of published celebrities. I condemn this belief that all the above-mentioned people are mere wealthy, whereas, the real celebrities are people who fight for our countries, such as the army, navy, and air force. Consequently, the teenagers withhold, the opinion that wealth matters. nevertheless, the razzle-dazzle is temporary, courage and confidence are permanent.

    To sum up, Although I agree that cinema actors can also be celebrities, the ideology of the youth has to be transformed that a true luminary is an individual who excels and contributes to the welfare of the society.

  5. Ranjana insan

    The given table illustrates the information of percentage of income spent on four common items in the UK in the year 1998.

    Overall, the maximum income spent by individuals on music as well as the minimum amount spent on the videos.

    To begin with, the income which was spent by adults on food was 25% but on the electronic equipment and on music it was similar which was 5% whereas, on videos it was only 1%. Moreover, by the men income was spent on food was 14% and on electronic 10% whereas, on music 5% and on videos 2%. The income which was spent on electronic equipment and on videos was near about similar which was 1% and on food 39% while, on music 5% which was spent by women.

    Furthermore, income spent by children on food was 10% and on electronic equipment 23% whereas, on music money was spent more than electronic which was 39% and on videos was 12%. The income which was spent by boys and girls was approximately similar whereas on food it was 10% and but on electronic there was difference in girls and boys which was 18% of boys and 5% of girls and on music it was near about 39% and on videos also it was 16%.

  6. William Ielts

    The supplied table illustrates the percentage of expenditure on food, electronic equipment, music, and videos by both adults and children, males and females in Great Britain in 1998.

    Overall, the maximum amount of money was spent by children, while adults spent the least of the whole income on the four commodities. Moreover, there were variations in the spending patterns of all individuals.

    Considering the adults’ and children’s expenditure, while adults allocated a quarter of their remuneration on food as opposed to video (1%), offsprings spent inordinately on recreational activities; with music at 39% and videos at 12%.

    In terms of the adult expenditure, there were significant distinctions in the money allocated on food by males (14%) and females(39%), and a similar difference can be seen in the electronic equipment with 10% and 1% total income respectively. In terms of music and video, the spending of both genders remained under 5%.

    Moving onto the boys and girls, young women spent 2% more on music than boys(40%) and 2% on food (11%), whereas young men allocated 1% more on videos than girls (17%). The expenditure made on electronic equipment by boys was 18%, and it was roughly triple than girls’ spending.

  7. Amandeep kaur

    The rendered table graph represents the percentage of money that was spent in the UK on four different things in 1998.

    To begin with,women’s expenditure on food was the highest at 39% followed by men and adults at a quarter and 14%respectively whereas the expenditure on food of children,boys and girls was nearly 10%.With regards to electronic equipment,children spent most of the expenditure of income at 23%.

    The proportion of income used highest at children,boys and girls were approximately at 40% while the percentage of adults,men and women was similar at 5%.Furthur the spending on videos on adults,men and women was very low at 1,2 and 0.5%respectively whilst on children,boys and girls was less than a quarter.

    Overall,adults in the UK spent more on food while children spent the least on this item.

  8. Amandeep Kaur

    In this contemporary era,some of the most famous people in this world are mainly known for their image not for what they succeed which have a negative influence on youngsters.I am partially agree with this statement.I will discuss my prospectives in the upcoming paragraphs.

    On the one hand,there are many stars who are famous only with their richness and attraction. They posts glamorous photos and videos of their wearing designer dresses on the internet but their habits are very bad. For example there are so many artists who are drinking and smoking which influenced teenagers in a negative way. As youngsters are Only see the fame side they didn’t see their efforts.

    On the other hand,there are some celebrities who can be a better role model for young adults. For instance, Virat kohli is one of the famous cricketer as well as is the captain of Indian cricket team because of his determination, talent and hardwork .He do a lot of efforts to won his team from his young age. As a result,these types of celebrities can be a great role model for today’s society.

    In conclusion,youngsters influenced easily on wrong celebrities who are only famous for thier richness but not all are same some celebrities teach valuable things to young ones.

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