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2018年5月5日场的雅思考试已经结束，为大家带来本场雅思考试真题，题目是：Some people think traffic and housing problems in large cities can be solved by moving companies and factories and their employees to the countryside. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement.本期的话题比较老，讨论如何解决城市拥堵问题，搬离工厂和员工就能解决了吗？你在哪些程度同意或者不同意呢？一般考鸭都会在备考雅思写作时复习到，练习过的考鸭来说，难度不大。下面一起来看一下雅思哥版的雅思写作高分范文：
To tackle the problems of traffic congestion and the shortage of housing, it is suggested that large companies and factories in major cities should be relocated in the rural area. I think this policy can be effective to some extent, but it is difficult to implement, with possible objections and negative outcomes.
There is no doubt that the dense population and limited land resources are responsible for housing shortage in major cities, while the rural area is sparsely populated with sufficient land supply. If some companies, factories and their employees moved out of town, there would be more vacant buildings to meet the demand of city dwellers. Besides, with fewer people travelling to and from work inside the city, traffic is expected to be reduced and pressure on the public transportation system eased.
However, the strategy of business relocation seems to be infeasible, considering the negative outcomes that may ensue. It may impact the sales of some companies whose customers mainly come from the urban area.
Also, the employees may reject to move to the countryside, as they can no longer enjoy the high quality educational resources, medical services and entertainment facilities in the city. The rural infrastructure is relatively backward and life is less convenient. People need to travel between the countryside and the city frequently, leading to new traffic problems, especially on the weekend.
Overall, moving some companies to the rural area can reduce the population and traffic in the city and more houses can be vacated. However, this policy is difficult to put into practice, as some companies and their employees may be unwilling to move.