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 graph illustrates the percentage of four different waste items namely glass containers, aluminium cans, plastics, paper and cardboards, which was recycled in unknown country in the year 1982 to the year 2010.
Overall, it is evident from the graph that the item which recycled more is, paper and cardboard. In contrast to, aluminium cans and plastics occupies the lower part of the graph which is lowest recycled items among the four, illustrated. Moreover, glass containers remains in middle of the chart throughout the given study period.
Looking more closely to the graph chart, it is clear that recycling of all products show peak and trough. Recycling of Paper and cardboard were at peak in 1992 by 80 percent. However, its recycling reduce gradually by each year UPTO 70 percent in the year 2010. More so, recycling of glass containers decline to 40 percent in the year 1988 and then rising again by each year to 60 percent by the end of the study duration.
Among these Four waste items, aluminium cans start to recycled by year 1984 from just over zero percent and raised gradually over 40 percent by the year 2010. Also, plastic recycling initiated by the year 1990 from almost zero percent which rises gradually to less than ten percent by the end of survey period.
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.
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?
A growing number of people opine that studying English slang at the school level as more indispensable than studying other local languages. However, if native languages are not taught at school many of these languages are going to be extinct. This essay will examine with relevant examples in the following paragraphs before drawing a reasonable conclusion.
In contemporary society, people are using the English dialect across the world. Especially English plays a vital cog in child’s career.For instance, many multi-national companies, call centres, and data centres are providing job offers who are proficient in English. Moreover, if students want to study overseas education before they are flying students are attending many English testing exams like IELTS and TOEFL. Because these exams test student’s proficiency levels to what extent they will understand their subject’s practical and theoretical knowledge.
On the other hand, many other local languages are dying out, but we should try to keep them alive. Because these languages are expressing their native culture and the importance of the jargon. In addition to, at the school stage by conducting some competitions like essay writing, open debate and quiz programs on local famous authors, poets, and the freedom fighters at least we can keep them for a long time further generations. Similarly, local governments should come with certain principles like the compulsory inclusion of native language in their curriculum.
In conclusion, it seems to me that in my opinion, especially for people if they want to live in a better world they should have to learn the English jargon and also it ameliorates their growth in career