نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8 | Work and Life

نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8 | Work and Life

نویسندگان خوب معمولاً پیش از ارائه نظرات خود ، استدلالهای دیگری را که متفاوت هستند، در نظر می گیرند. مثلا:

Although some people would like to have a lot of children (concession)
اگرچه برخی از افراد دوست دارند فرزندان زیادی داشته باشند (امتیاز)

the cost of raising them has to be considered first (writer’s view)
هزینه پرورش آنها ابتدا باید در نظر گرفته شود (نظر نویسنده)

چرا عنوان این پست نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8 ذکر شده است. بخاطر استفاده از conjunctions در تمامی نمونه سوالات زیر است. تمامی مدرسین آیلتس یکصدا عنوان کرده اند که، اگر قصد گرفتن نمره 8 رایتینگ آیلتس را دارید، حتماً از عبارات کلیدی زیر هنگام نوشتن خودتان استفاده کنید:

While/Although…
It could be argued that …
Despite the fact that …
Admittedly/Certainly …
but/However …
Even though …
It may be true that …

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Work and Life

سوال رایتینگ advantage and disadvantage

In the future, it is expected that there will be a higher proportion of older people in some countries.
Is this positive or negative development?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

Developments in medical technology and health care systems, among many other factors, are leading to people having a longer life expectancy than before. As this trend continues, in the future, we can expect the number of old people will be much greater than that of young people. In several ways, society may benefit from a growing proportion of senior citizens. However, I believe the rest of the world population would have to shoulder much more responsibilities and the global economy would face a serious labour crisis.

On the positive side, an increase in the number of old people means a greater pool of volunteers for community and government projects. These people are usually more financially comfortable and therefore more willing to contribute free labour to ameliorating their communities. For example, we often see old people in developed countries engage in charity work to provide shelter and food for the homeless in their neighbourhoods. Such an act also instils a great sense of responsibility and altruism into the young generation. This is, in fact, globally recognized to be advantageous in a world where selfishness hinders one from taking action for the sake of others.

Nevertheless, ageing populations will place the whole world under many pressures. Both governments and businesses will have to pay for increased retirement pensions and health care costs, which means taxpayers will have to bear a greater financial burden and the young workforce will have to work harder and care for the elderly at the same time. Furthermore, a lack of a young labour workforce would cause stagnation for the growth of individual businesses and the global economy as a whole because little innovation may take place in this circumstance. (2) As a matter of fact, many first world countries whose proportion of senior citizens is higher than that of young people, such as Japan, are already experiencing these undesirable impacts.

In conclusion, an ageing population is beneficial in certain ways. However, the benefits society may reap from an ageing population cannot match the damage it inflicts. It is important that the world governments should not underestimate the complexity of this problem and take immediate action to reduce its future influences.

(359 words)

Vocabulary

  • To have a longer life expectancy than before
  • Senior citizens
  • To shoulder much more responsibilities
  • To contribute free labour to ameliorating their communities
  • To engage in charity work
  • To instil a great sense of responsibility and altruism into the young generation
  • To pay for increased retirement pensions and health care costs
  • To bear a greater financial burden
  • Stagnation

نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8

In many places, people’s lifestyles are changing rapidly, and this affects family relationships.
Do you think the advantages of such developments outweigh the disadvantages?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

In the present age, people have dramatically changed the way they live, which in turn affects their family relationships. Personally, I think this tendency comes with both positive and negative effects.

On the one hand, changing lifestyles bring about various positive impacts on family connections. Firstly, people are paying more attention to their well-being nowadays, and therefore family members tend to go to fitness centres together to lead healthier lifestyles. As a result, spending time working out together will help to bridge the generation gap and promote better communication between family members. To illustrate, when a child takes part in some forms of sport or physical activities with their parents, they will feel more open to share things and seek advice from them. Secondly, thanks to developments in technology, devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptop computers have not only become an indispensable part of our lives but have also helped to make communicating with our friends and families much easier, particularly between those who are separated by long distances.

On the other hand, changes in lifestyles also have their downsides when it comes to family relationships. To begin with, the overuse of such technological devices mentioned above can also hurt family relationships. For example, if family members become too immersed in using their devices for individual recreational purposes, like checking their social media accounts or browsing their favourite websites, they may neglect their relationships with other family members. Consequently, the amount of quality time that a family spends together is likely to reduce, negatively impacting family relations. Furthermore, these days, people are becoming more and more career-oriented and are subsequently losing the balance between work and family life. In fact, it has become more common that family members are less available at home, even outside of official working time, leading to weakened family interactions.

In conclusion, while some changes in lifestyle are advantageous to family relationships, the opposite is true for other changes.

(324 words)

Vocabulary

  • Paying more attention to their well-being
  • To lead healthier lifestyles
  • To bridge the generation gap
  • To promote better communication
  • To be immersed in something
  • Recreational (adj)
  • Career-oriented (adj)

نمونه سوال writing ielts 8

Large shopping malls are replacing small shops. Do you think it is a positive or negative development?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Academic

Model Essay

In recent years, there has been an increasing number of shopping malls being built, leading to the disappearance of small stores. In my opinion, this change brings about both positive and negative impacts, though the impacts are more negative in the long term.

On the one hand, the boom in the number of shopping malls has offered customers a wide range of benefits. First of all, people can now save time shopping thanks to the availability of many types of stores located in one complex. Shopping malls offer groceries, clothing, and books, alongside food courts and entertainment facilities, all under one roof. This provides a lot of convenience to people who choose to shop there instead of in separate smaller stores.

Moreover, shopping malls usually offer more discounts and promotions that customers can benefit from when compared to small stores. Furthermore, smaller stores cannot usually provide customers with the added advantage of large, convenient and safe parking facilities that most shopping malls offer. As a result, more and more people are choosing to shop at large shopping malls, leading to a decrease in the number of people purchasing goods from small shops.

There are, however, a number of benefits to people and communities that shopping in smaller stores can bring. For example, locally-owned, family-run businesses are more likely to provide friendlier and better customer service than larger shopping malls and chain stores. In addition, more locally owned small businesses is better for local economies and communities in the long term, by providing more employment, profits and income to local people.

In conclusion, the proliferation of shopping malls could have positive effects on customers but it is likely to drive small local businesses out of business, and have a negative impact on local economies, with most profits being taken by non-local businesses. (303 words)

Vocabulary

  • The disappearance of small stores
  • The boom in = the proliferation of something
  • To offer somebody something = to provide something to somebody
  • The availability of something
  • Entertainment facilities
  • Discounts and promotions
  • Family-run businesses

سوال رایتینگ opinion essay

Competitiveness is a positive quality for people in most societies. How does competitiveness affect individuals? Is it a positive or negative trend?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

People tend to be more competitive in modern society. In my view, being competitive has a major influence on many aspects of a person’s life, which can be considered both beneficial and harmful in certain situations.

A highly competitive person is often considered to be conceited and self-absorbed. Their relationships with the people around them, especially relatives or romantic partners, usually suffer as they are unwilling to compromise when a conflict occurs. Additionally, an intense level of competition in a company caused by highly competitive employees can create an unhealthy work environment. This type of environment does not promote productivity but makes some workers feel uncomfortable working together and may bring them closer to leaving the organization in search of a better workplace.

However, being competitive can be a positive attribute in many other instances. Competitive people always strive to be better than other people, and they usually persevere until they achieve their goals. For example, a sense of rivalry can boost a student’s study performance and encourage them to work harder. People with a competitive personality are also resilient and unlikely to give up when faced with setbacks. Furthermore, many competitive people are often competing against themselves and always putting themselves in a state of constant learning so they can achieve better results.

In conclusion, being competitive may sabotage a person’s relationships with the people around them and negatively affect the workplace. However, being competitive can motivate people to work hard to reach their desired goals. I think a person should find a balance and avoid being too competitive, otherwise, the consequences can be severe.

(266 words)

Vocabulary

  • conceited and self-absorbed
  • compromise (v)
  • highly competitive employees
  • create an unhealthy work environment
  • promote productivity
  • a positive attribute
  • strive to be better
  • persevere (v)
  • achieve their goals = reach their desired goals
  • a sense of rivalry
  • boost a student’s study performance
  • a competitive personality
  • a state of constant learning
  • achieve better results
  • sabotage a person’s relationships
  • find a balance

نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8 Two-part

Nowadays, some employers think that formal academic qualifications are more important than life experience or personal qualities when they look for new employees.
Why is it the case? Is it a positive or negative development?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

These days, formal academic qualifications are more highly appreciated than life experience or personal qualities when it comes to the recruitment process. There are many reasons for this, and in my opinion, this is a positive development.

The main reason for this tendency is that academic degrees are considered a tool to measure the level of knowledge that students are capable of. To be more specific, to achieve a good degree in most universities, students need to pass many examinations focusing on testing their knowledge and take part in practical training courses. These factors ensure that students have gained sufficient in-depth knowledge in the field that the company is looking for. That is why recruiters place a higher value on employers holding formal academic qualifications. Whereas in terms of people having life experience or personal qualities, these people are likely to lack a suitable amount of academic knowledge in their field, and therefore, they need to be trained for a long time by employers. This results in the reluctance of employers to hire them for vacant positions.

This trend, therefore, will bring about some positive effects on society as a whole. Students will be motivated to pursue tertiary education for the sake of their better career prospects. By attending university, students can gain insights into their chosen field and have a chance to compete with others. As for society, thanks to this trend, there will be more and more people entering university, which will contribute to a society of more well-informed and educated citizens.

In conclusion, employers prefer people with better qualifications because qualifications are to prove that their holders are sufficiently trained at university. I think that there are many positives for both students and society when employers place emphasis on formal academic qualifications instead of life experience or personal qualities.

(301 words)

vocabulary

  • The recruitment process
  • A tool to measure the level of knowledge
  • To be capable of doing something
  • To gain sufficient in-depth knowledge in something
  • To motivate somebody to do something
  • To pursue tertiary education
  • For the sake of something
  • Career prospects

These days people in some countries are living in a “throw-away” society which means people use things in a short time then throw them away.
why this could be and what problems can this create?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

It is now common to see people purchase things, for example, cell phones and clothes, and only use them for a short period. A number of factors contribute to this throwaway culture and this leads to a range of dire consequences, which will be outlined in the essay below.

One main reason for the modern throwaway culture is that society is greatly affected by consumerism that encourages the mass production of short-lived goods and the consumption of those goods. The market is also flooded with cheap, single-use products, making it easier to buy things in large quantities and dispose of them even before they become unusable. Another point to consider here is that the purpose for which we buy and use consumer products has changed over the past decades. For example, we no longer wait until our clothes wear out to make new purchases; instead, our decisions to buy new clothes are heavily influenced by a number of other incentives, be it better appearances or new fashion patterns.

This practice inflicts severe damage on the environment. Products constantly ending up in trash bins will cause landfills to become overloaded with massive piles of garbage, only a small proportion of which is disposed of properly to avoid harm to the environment. The rest of the garbage, usually non-recyclable and plastic items, is either buried underground or burnt. This can increase air and land pollution levels, and directly harm the lives of people living in the throwaway society. Furthermore, natural resources that fuel the manufacturing of consumer products can be depleted due to the market’s nonstop demand for those commodities.

In conclusion, a throwaway culture that wreaks devastation on our environment and depletes our natural resources is formed largely by modern consumerism. (290 words)

Vocabulary

  • Dire consequences (n)
  • Consumerism
  • The mass production of something
  • Unusable (adj)
  • Make new purchases (phr)
  • Dispose of something
  • Non-recyclable (adj)
  • Nonstop demand for something

نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8 Problem/solution

Some people choose to have their first child at an older age.

What are the reasons?
Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

There is a growing proportion of the world’s population who decide to have children later in life. The underlying reasons for this trend are varied, and I suppose that the merits would eclipse the downsides.

There are two main factors leading to the decision of delaying childbirth. The first one is because people have the propensity for prioritizing their careers over taking parental roles. Especially in the US and other developed countries, not only men but also women want to stabilize their finance before becoming parents so as to provide their kids with sufficient living condition for their future development. Another explanation for this is that many modern individuals have adopted a fear of taking unwanted custody due to the recent alarming rate of divorce. It is because premature marriages have become common, which usually goes with many couples’ doubt of their marital harmony, deterring their early desire for raising a child. There would be, consequently, fewer kids growing up without fatherhood or motherhood.

However, the drawbacks should not be overlooked. That too many couples following such a trend might exert adverse effects on the population structure, which potentially results in the future ageing workforce and hinders social development in the long term. Additionally, it could both heighten the possibility of infertility among mothers at their old age and risk the newborn babies’ mental and physical health. Down syndrome could be a typical example of the problems that those kids might have to suffer from.

In conclusion, occupational prioritization and the hesitation over the likelihood of single-parent responsibility could be seen as the root of late childbirth, and I am convinced that the advantages are of more significance.

Word count: 279

نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8 Cause/Solution

The world of work is rapidly changing and employees cannot depend on having the same job or the same working conditions for life.

Discuss the possible causes and suggest ways to prepare people to work in the future.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

These days, people’s workplaces are constantly changing and evolving to meet the demands of modern society. Furthermore, the roles and responsibilities of jobs are also undergoing changes to adapt to new ways of working and living. This essay will discuss the possible reasons for these changes and suggest some ways that people can better prepare themselves for their future careers.

Firstly, due to the developments in hi-tech machines and artificial intelligence, millions of people all around the world are losing their jobs and being replaced by automated processes. For example, millions of factory workers have lost their jobs because they have been replaced by machines that are able to do their job quicker and more effectively. Furthermore, as a result of the ever-increasing desire to cut expenses and increase profits, many jobs are being outsourced to countries where the wages are lower. For instance, when a person calls a tech support helpline in an English speaking country, they will most likely be connected to someone in another country, like India or the Philippines, where the wages are lower.

However, there are a number of ways that people can prepare for changes in their workplaces in the future. Firstly, students preparing to leave high school need to be advised about the sustainability of the career path they are choosing. To illustrate, autonomous vehicles are predicted to replace most delivery and taxi driver jobs in the very near future, so this is not a job that someone should expect to have for a very long time. Furthermore, while some jobs are being replaced by technology, many jobs are simply incorporating technology into their process, and therefore people will need to be able to keep up to date with these changes.(3) To help achieve this, specific courses could be designed to help educate people on the use of modern technology in their workplaces.

In conclusion, although there are many changes in the workplace these days, educating people to carefully choose their career and to keep up to date with modern technology, is the key to avoiding any major problems.

(345 words)

Vocabulary

  • To change and evolve to meet the demands of modern society
  • To adapt to something
  • The developments in hi-tech machines and artificial intelligence
  • Be replaced by automated processes
  • The ever-increasing desire to cut expenses and increase profits
  • Outsourced
  • Autonomous vehicles
  • To incorporate technology into their process
  • To keep up to date with something

نمونه مثال رایتینگ آیلتس تسک 2 با نمره 8

Some people prefer to stay in the same type of work all their life, and others prefer to change their jobs from time to time.
Discuss both sides and state your own opinion.

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your knowledge or experience. Write at least 250 words.

Model Essay

To hold on to the work or to change it to another one is a choice of decision we might encounter once or twice in our lives, and for some people, this could be a positive thing, while for others it could be a disaster. However, the final aim for every job hopper is to find an ideal job on which they can depend for their livelihood and from which they can draw satisfaction.

Working in the same type of work for one’s career lifespan has its positive underpinnings; a stable job with a steady income offers one a sense of security, especially in today’s highly competitive society, as well as the feeling of ‘togetherness’ that comes from working with the same colleagues for many years. However, on the negative
side, doing the same work in the same company with the same people in the same environment may well breed a kind of lethargy, a lack of motivation or job satisfaction; it may be difficult to generate fresh zeal or energy towards work after so much time.

If one were to move frequently from one job or job area to another, it is possible to learn and gather diverse experiences from different companies and different jobs. The new working environments could turn out to be a great opportunity to show one’s talent and abilities and to gain confidence in oneself. However, new colleagues may take time to bond, and getting to know them well may prove difficult. It could also take longer to establish a rapport with the manager.

To find a job one loves is a pursuit in career life. We may change jobs. Once a work that satisfies is at hand, I think that is also the time we start to stay in the same position. Any company needs its employees to devote their effort and heart to the job, as this is for the good of achieving a win-win benefit for the company and employee. (328 words)

نکات نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس با نمره 8

Your ideas will form the basis of your argument and they need to be expressed clearly and appropriately.

Here are some expressions to help you present ideas.

I would argue/say/agree that …
In my view/opinion It seems (to me) that …
I tend to think that/ I feel that …
As far as I am concerned …
Some/Most people argue/think/say that …
It is understood that …
It is generally accepted that …
There is a tendency to believe that …
One of the main arguments in favour of / against …

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