29th March, Best IELTS Daily Writing Tasks & Speaking
Academic Writing Task 1:-
The pie chart shows adult population in the U.S.A. by race/ethnicity according to a census in 1977. Summarise the information be selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The pie chart is a representation of the adult population in the U.S.A. based on race/ethnicity as per a census conducted in the year 1997.
The U.S. population is a mixture of Hispanic, non-Hispanic and ethnic groups. While the non-Hispanic whites constitute the lion’s part of the population, the ratio of the native Americans is negligible. More than three-fourths (76%) of adult Americans were white non-Hispanic at the time of the census. Of the remaining 24%, the black non-Hispanic race had the most prominent place. They numbered 11% of the entire population. The Hispanic (of Spanish origin) also had a sizeable proportion of 9%. While it is a matter of great surprise to see tgat the real native Americans, otherwise known as the Red Indians, was only a meagre 1%, it is a matter of interest to note that only a marginal 3% consisted of immigrants from different nations all around the world.
In concluding, the non-Hispanic whites and blacks formed the major shares of the American population.
General Writing Task 1:-
A friend of yours is going on holiday soon and has asked you to recommend a destination.
Your delightful letter to hand. It has, indeed been long since I have heard from you. I am glad to know that you and yours are doing well.
So you, with your family, would like to take a holiday somewhere and would like me to recommend a suitable destination? Very well. As you may know, it is going to be the ‘Onam’ season here in Kerala. Onam is actually a harvest festival, which denotes prosperity and plentifulness. The climate is at its best during this time. You shall not enjoy such sweet breeze any where else in the world. The sun is simply golden. There are any number of tourist destinations you can hire a houseboat yourself; it is once-in-a-lifetime experience. You can experience the lovely beach at Kovalam. To add further, there would be colourful festivals and shopping specially meant for tourists.
My family and I would like to accompany you, so that you need have no qualms about anything at all. Do let me know. We all send our love to you all.
Writing Task 2:-
Nowadays, international tourism is the biggest industry in the world. Unfortunately international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures. To what extent do you agree or disagree to this opinion?
More people are now undertaking international travel than it used to be in the past. The growth of
business worldwide and the new international culture exemplify the merits of international tourism.
Although sometimes international travel has its drawbacks, this essay does not agree to the view
that international tourism causes more tension than understanding among nations.
The first argument in this respect is that international tourism contributes to the progress of
individuals and societies in many ways. Business and industry are becoming multinational. This
process has created countless job opportunities. A relevant example to support this argument is of
people working for multi-national companies. It has certainly raised the standard of life of many
in the developing world.
Another argument to support the bright side of global tourism is the availability of opportunities for
people from different cultures to get to know better about one another. This will help in removing
misconceptions ( = mistaken notion) about other people and their cultures.
On the flip side, international travel can cause tensions among nations. International terrorism has
become a menace to civilized society. Some people are unwilling to understand and appreciate
cultural differences. Unfortunately, such people engage in venomous criticism of others. How some
people criticised the United States and other western powers for the outbreak of the Asian tsunami
is a very good example.
In conclusion, international tourism is now unavoidable for various reasons. It has certainly
improved the quality of life throughout the world, although a minority is bent upon creating trouble.
Despite these occasional mishaps( = unlucky accident), people are in general, enjoying the boons
of international travel in a number of ways.
IELTS Speaking Full Interview:-
PART – 1 Intro Part
What is your full name?
My name is Harman.
Can I see your ID?
Sure! Here it is.
Where are you from?
I am from Ludhiana.
Do you work or study?
I am working at the moment, I am doing my internship at a Chartered Accountant’s firm here in Ludhiana.
What do you do during your free time?
That is the time I desperately want; I pursue my hobbies during free time. Hobbies are like Yoga for my brain. Playing cricket or badminton, walking, gardening, swimming are pretty good options. I choose any of them depending upon the time that I have at my disposal.
What books do you like to read?
I love novels, crime stories and mysteries the most. They tie you with their suspense, climax, and thrilling episodes are described in a manner as you imagine them happening in front of your eyes. I wouldn’t mind reading biographies of my role models. They are the source for my various inspirations.
Where is the best place to read at your home?
India is a very hot country. When the weather is hot, I would like to read in my bedroom only. During winter, I love reading in the serenity of my garden. This way I’ve also an opportunity to sit basking in the warm sunshine. I also like to read in bed at night.
PART – 2 Cue Card:-
Describe about the communication device you use regularly
- What is it
- Since when you have been using it
- How it is useful to you
The communication sector has shown a tremendous revolution in last decade. Now, we can communicate with any person at any time and anywhere in the world. Here, I would like to speak about my mobile which I use regularly. This mobile is compatible with all latest communication features. Mobile phone gives us three-way connectivity. They are; phone, short message and email respectively. I use all these facilities as per the requirement.
I use the phone to talk to my family, my friends, relatives, students and colleagues. In case of emergency, when I am not in the office, my mobile phone is a boon to me because it stores large amount of data including received calls and missed calls and phone numbers of more than 1000 people. This memory facility has received me from memorizing important contact numbers and maintaining a pocket telephone diary. Moreover, short message service is useful to me when I want to convey text or graphics to other mobile phones. I also check my emails through my mobile gives me the facility of alarm clock, daily planner, currency converter, world time and games. All these facilities are really helpful in different situations in my life. Hence, in today’s bust and commercial life, mobile has become an essential instrument for all people in the world.
PART – 3 Discussion
Do you want any additional feature in the device you use?
I do need additional features like blue tooth and audio video recording in my mobile. Blue tooth helps me in transferring and receiving the data instantly and recording helps me in capturing important events at my home or at office.
Do you send text messages?
I send text messages to my friends. When I receive a meaningful or funny message from someone, I forward that message to others. Apart from this, I send messages on festivals and special days like Diwali, Holi, Independence Day and Republic Day.
Is it a good or bad development?
It is indeed a good development because it is cheap, fast and convenient. On top of it, greeting cards are made up of paper that comes from trees. Hence, by avoiding the use of greeting cards, we can save trees and help our environment.
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