[Tran Van Hiep] Writing Practice Test 5879
Task 1

The graph below shows the proportion of four different materials that were recycled from 1982 to 2010 in a particular country.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

Write at least 150 words.


The line graphs illustrates the rate of recycling from 4 Materials: Paper and cardboard, Glass containers, Alumininium cans and Plastics between 1982 and 2010.
All in all, the figure for Paper and cardboard had the highest rate throughout the period, with between approximately between 65 to 80 percent each year. The least popular were the Plastics, with no more than 10 percent all over the period.
As in the line graph, the recycling rate of Paper & cardboard, Glass containers and Aluminium cans seem a fluctuation. While the paper and cardboard increased gradually from 65 percent in 1982 to 70 percent in 2010, its figure reached a peak in 1994 with 80 percent. The rate of Glass container had a dramatic decrease from 1982 to 1990 and reached a bottom in 1990. After that, its figure had a simple grow up to 60 percent in 2010. Especially, the rate of Aluminium cans had a rocket throughout the period and it was seen to keep increasingly after 2010.
Therefore, the figure of Plastics had a steady between 1990 and 2010. The recycling rate of Plastics increased gradually from around 3 to 9 percent throughout the period.

Task 2

Write about the following topic:

Learning English at school is often seen as more important than learning local languages. If these are not taught, many are at risk of dying out. 

In your opinion, is it important for everyone to learn English? Should we try to ensure the survival of local languages and, if so, how?


Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

Write at least 250 words.


It is argued that Learning English at school is usually seen as more crucial than learning mother languages. In my opinion, learning English is extremely important to everyone and we also have to preserve our local languages by many ways.

There are many benefits of learning English as the second language. One of the most noticeable is it help you chances to apply to many big international companies and groups around the world. In fact, many well-known and successfull companies and groups are all comunicate in English. They use English everyday and everywhere so if you want to be a member of these groups and companies, English is very crucial. For instance, Microsoft is one of the biggest groups about technology which Bill Gates – an American is the President, and if you want to become an employer in this group, I am sure that you must have an IELTS Certificate Band over 6.5.

Therefore, you must make sure that you still have your local languages as the first language. There are many methods to reserve your local languages, and one of the most effective way is keep in touch with a local community. You will be able to speak and communicate with other members in this community by your mother speech. Moreover, keeping local languages is also keeping local cultures. Because cultures in your own countries are from the existence of languages.

To conclude, learning English is very important to many works and situations. Beside, we must keep out own local languages because it is also keeping your own cultures.

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