Best IELTS Writing Task 2, 22 May

Best IELTS Writing Task 2, 22 May


The graph below shows the way in which men and women used the internet in Canada in 2000. Summarize the information making comparisons where relevant.

Best IELTS Writing Task 2, 22 May
Best IELTS Writing Task 2, 22 May

Sample Answer

The given bar chart compares the share of males and females, of 15-24 age group, who used the web for various purposes in Canada in 2000. It is manifest from the graph that the least percentage of both genders used the web for research and education.

It is clear from the graph that the utmost number of men used the web for goods and services (71%). The second hottest use among the males was for sending e-mails (70%). A slightly higher percentage of women (71%) used the Internet for e-mails. However, a significantly lesser percentage (61%) of women used the Internet for goods and services.

Chat rooms were almost equally popular among both genders with 50% males and 48% females using the internet for this purpose respectively. Online shopping was more popular among women. 38% women used the net for this purpose and only 28% men used the Internet for online shopping.

Games were slightly more popular among males (64%) than females (58%). Research and education was the smallest amount popular activity among both men and women. 9% women and 13 % men used the Internet for this purpose.

Overall, it can be seen that ladies were before men in using the web for e-mailing and online shopping. In all other given activities, males superseded women.


A friend is expecting you to stay with him in two weeks’ time, but unfortunately you forget that you have a business trip at the same time.

Write a letter to your friend. In your letter,

  • Apologize and say that you cannot come to visit
  • Explain why you will not be able to visit
  • Suggest another time that you could visit

Sample Answer:-

Dear Tom,

I have rather upsetting news for you, for which I am very sorry. Although my stay with you in two weeks has been planned for a while, I will have to cancel.

Yesterday during work, I had another meeting with a colleague regarding the town hall project, which I told you about the past few months. During the conversation, a business trip, which had been planned and booked since last year, came up. I will need to speak to several representatives of other town halls in the area. I had completely forgotten about this, and unfortunately it is at the exact same time as my planned stay at your house. I hope you won’t be too angry with me, I hope to make it up to you in some other way.

Why don’t I come and visit you at the end of your vacation, when you have returned from Europe? I remember you staying that you have three weeks left before going to New York. If that works for you, please get back to me, as I would love to see you before Christmas.

Hope to see you soon!

Best wishes,



Traffic on roads has become a problem in nearly every country in the world. What can be done to reduce the amount of traffic at a society level and at an individual level?

Sample Answer:-

In nearly every city around the world, the volume of traffic on roads has become a significant problem. Society’s dependence on the car has led to nearly all families owning at least one car and often two. Changing this situation will not to be easy, but a series of social reforms and education could allow the numbers of cars on today’s roads to be reduced.

To decrease, traffic, multiple social reforms could be imposed. First of all, fuel prices could be raised, while simultaneously public transportation improved. The aim would be to make more people rely on the public transportation. Another method to decrease traffic in cities would be to decrease the number of parking slots in the city and increase the cost for these. This method also aims at encouraging the usage could be give tax breaks, if proven, that the person is using public transport on a regular basis.

In addition to social reforms, each individual would need to be educated to increase awareness of the environment. This could be achieved through addressing the matter using multiple media. Within this campaign, the environmental as well as the individual benefits of decreasing the usage of cars would have to be highlighted.

In conclusion, only when individuals become aware can social reforms function properly. Success would mean more people using public transport and fewer people using cars. When this goal is achieved, stress on the environment will be decreased.



What is your full name?

My name is Rajpal Kaur.

How may I address you?

You may address me as Rajpal.

May I see your ID?

Here is my passport.

Where do you come from?

I am from Kaliye wala.

What do you do in your spare time?

I do many things in my spare time. I watch TV, listen to music and do a little bit of gardening.

Do you like outdoor activities? OR What outdoor activities do you (most) like to do?

Yes, I like outdoor activities. I go for walks in the morning. I play badminton at times and I also do some gardening.

How often do you do that?

I do these activities almost everyday.

What outdoor sports do you like? (Why)

I like many outdoor sports such as cricket hockey and football, but I play only badminton.

How much time do you spend outdoors every week?

I spend about 30 to 40 hours outdoors every week.

How often do you do outdoor activities?

I do these activities very often, almost everyday.

What (type of) outdoor activities are popular in your country?

India is a diverse country. All types of outdoor activities are popular. But, I think cricket is the most popular outdoor sports.

What kind of teachers do you like?

I like teachers, who are friendly and have patience; who do not get mad at me when I don’t understand anything. I like teachers who have depth knowledge of the subject, who have good communication skills to teach well.

Who was your favourite teacher when you were young?

When I was young, Mrs. Promilla was my favourite teacher. She used to teach me maths. I remember I used to be very weak at Maths, but Mrs. Promilla taught us so well that Maths became my favourite subject.

Would you want to be a teacher in the future?

Yes, I would definitely want to be a teacher in the future. I think I have the patience, moreover, teaching is a very lucrative profession nowadays.

Have you ever had bad teachers before?

No, I have never had bad teachers in my life. All my teachers have been very nice.


Describe a time when you really close to a wild animal

  • What it looks like
  • Where can you see it
  • What it likes to eat or do
  • Why you like it

Sample Answer:-

India is a diverse country. There are many types of animals found in India. There are pet animals, domestic animals. Here I am going to talk about an animal, which I saw for the first time in Mini zoo at Chandigarh. I saw it from a distance of eight to ten feet. It is the Elephant. I like it because even though it is wild animal, it doesn’t seem so intimidating as the lion or tiger. The elephants are the biggest land animals. They are herbivorous and can be identified because of their trunk. The trunk is the projection of their nose and the upper lips. There are two types of elephants, the Indian and the African. African elephants are bigger than their Indian counterparts. They have comparatively larger ears. Among the African elephants both the males and females have trucks whereas, only the males among the Indian elephants have tusks and so they are called tuskers. The back of the Indian elephants have is convex whereas that of the African elephants is concave. Indian elephants can be tamed and I think they are more beautiful. Elephants are gregarious animals and live in herds headed by tuskers. They have a well-structured family life. The cow elephants look after the young ones, called the calf. Their cry is called trumpet. In India, elephants are captured, tamed and used for various purposes. Elephants are among the few animals whose existence is not endangered till now.


Besides the animal you just spoke about, what other wild animals are there in your country (or, around where you live)?

There are many other wild animals, in my country such as tigers, leopards, snakes, camels, deer, giraffes, rhinoceros, lions, hippos, alligators, crocodiles, monkeys etc.

In general, how do people in your country feel about wild animals?

People have different feelings for wild animals. Some people are scared of them, some worship them, some like them and specially go to zoos to see them. Some even hunt wild animals for their body parts.

Do you like (all) wild animals? (Why?/Why not?)

Yes, I like all wild animals but from afar. I love to see programmes of wild animals on the Discovery Channel and the National Geographic Channel and I even enjoy watching them in zoos.

In general, do you think people like wild animals?

Yes, I think they do. The Discovery Channel and the National Geographic Channel are very popular. People even go to the zoos to see them. Whenever I went to any zoo, I see a huge rush of people there.

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