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Ielts Academic Writing Exercise 6

By Oğuz AcarPublished 2 months ago 3 min read

Task 1

The supplied maps illustrate the transition from the current town of Berkshire to the town that will exist after the completion of the proposed improvements.

In general, what strikes out from the maps is that Birkshire will be through some significant change in the future, transitioning from a rural community to an urban region, despite the fact that there will be more residential areas and roadways.On the other hand, there will be a reduction in the number of farms, and in their place will be built a leisure center.

Initially, on the upper right side of the design, Griffith's farm will be demolished to make way for the construction of a grocery store.In addition, the hooligan farm, which can be seen in the middle of the right side of the chart, is going to be converted into a vehicle component. On the other hand, the farmer's market that was held next to Corbie Road will be eliminated at some point in the near future.

In addition to this, a roundabout will be constructed at the junction of Megoldrick and That street, and the length of Corbie road will be extended beyond That street. The athletic facility is going to be built on the open space that is now located in the lower right corner. In addition, the retail establishments will be demolished, and the construction of more homes will commence. Despite this, the public park has not been altered in any way.

Task 2

Question:Some people believe that people who read books can develop more imagination and language skills than those who prefer to watch TV. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

In the world today, a considerably larger percentage of individuals watch television than read books. Many believe that watching television has a greater positive impact on language and creativity than reading literature. I'll explain why I disagree with this topic in this essay.

In the last 20 years, technology has advanced to the point where there are now a lot of interesting, instructive, and conversational subjects on television.The amount of time individuals spend in front of the television has expanded along with the diversity of shows.For this reason, a person watching television does not use their brain functions and slows down their social skills.Researchers have shown that someone who watches television for five hours a day has worse brain function.

The act of watching television has an addictive effect on people.Since developing imagination and learning a new language requires active learning, reading a book will be a more suitable option than watching television.Learning something while watching television requires uninterrupted attention, but in learning while reading a book, people can stop whenever they want and learn in detail if there is something they do not understand.As a result, it has also been observed that people who read books come to higher places than those who watch television. Reading books provides permanent learning, while watching television, on the contrary, causes the experience and knowledge to be forgotten. Because television is used as a means of entertainment instead of a communication tool.

To conclude,People prefer watching TV rather than reading books, but TV shows tend to be entertainment content. Reading a book would be the best option to learn a new language and expand your imagination.

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