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2017年11月4日雅思写作考试真题回忆

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摘要:2017年11月4日雅思考试已经结束,小站教育教学研发中心王泓森老师和邹舒老师为大家带来最新,最快,最全的考试回忆。范文来自邢睿赢老师!

2017114 雅思写作范文解析

小作文

类型

混合图

题目

The chart below shows the population percentage aged 65 and above in three countries in 1980, 2000, and predicted percentage in 2030.

范文解析

本题是典型的柱状图,其中涉及到三个年份和三种类型的数据,总体来说数据分析起来并不复杂,注意在描述已经发生的数据和未来预测的数据时时态的变化。对比应从三个国家的历年变化趋势展开。

高分表达(范文中已用红色标注)

share an upward trend

共同拥有上升的趋势

the figure for… saw no change

的数据并没有发生改变

reach the peak at

到达顶峰

enjoy a gentle rise of

有一个小小的上升

level off

趋平

be estimated to face growing

预计会有上升

范文

The bar chart illustrates how the populations of senior citizens who are aged 65 or more in Canada, Germany and UK had changed since 1980 and how they would change before 2030.

 

Different from UK whose aging population remained the same, Canada and Germany shared an upward trend within the first two decades. In the year 1980, the proportion of the over-65-year-olds was at exactly 10% in Canada and around 15% in Germany, doubling to around 20% and increasing by 10% or so separately by 2000 while the figure for UK saw no change, at approximately 15%. 

 

A marginal increase of 5% is expected to continue in Canada and Germany, both of which will reach the peak at some 25% and 30% respectively in 2030, with the growth of Canada slowing over this period. Likewise, with the highest point at nearly 20% in 2030, it is estimated that the percentage of English senior citizens will enjoy a gentle rise of only 5% in 30 years, despite leveling off between 1980 and 2000.

 

Overall, there are more old peopleaged over 65 in Germany than in Canada and UK throughout the 1980-2030 period but all of them is estimated to face growing aging population in the future.

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字数

208 words

 

大作文

类型

政府类

题目

 

 

Some people think governments should spend money on saving languages with fewer speakers from dying out completely. Others think this is a waste of financial resources.

Discuss both these views and give your own opinions.

范文解析

这是一道2011年的旧题,

文章结构

P1:引入话题+表明作者观点,保护濒危语言不是资源浪费

P2:对立观点语言的消逝是一种自然的进程,将资金用在其他地方会更有实际意义

P3:语言不仅是为了交流,更承载了文化、知识和记忆,保护语言是保护文化多样性

P4:语言更深层次的智慧

P5:总结重申作者观点

高分话题表达(范文中已用红色标注)

teeter on the brink of extinction

摇摆在灭绝的边缘

dying tongues

灭绝的语言

subsidize

资助

a money waster

一个浪费钱的行为

be unstoppable artificially

不能被人为地阻止

money-consuming

消耗钱的

labor intensive

劳动密集的

ineffective and intangible

无效的和无形的

poverty alleviation

扶贫

language revitalization

语言复兴

intertwined

错综复杂的

simply put

简言之

revive a language

复兴语言

culture diversity

文化多样性

a wealth of wisdom

很多的智慧

capitalize on

利用

be committed to

致力于

范文

The more successful a country was economically, the more rapidly its languages were being losing and for these reasons and others, hundreds of languages are teetering on the brink of extinction and even become unfortunately extinct ones. However, the investment in protecting and preserving those dying tongues is to some extent not wasteful but necessarily worthwhile for government.

 

Compared with subsidizing the improvement of economy and education, funding the conservation of minority language appears to be a money waster. This is mainly because language death might be a natural part of the process of human cultural development and might be unstoppable artificially and because preventing it is not just money-consuming but labor intensive, an ineffective and intangible effort that may turn out to be meaningless. The money spent on unrewarding these activities, if invested in more significant undertakings such as poverty alleviation, AIDS combating, scientific research, etc., will be obviously beneficial to the general public and the whole society.

 

But this is not that simple. Financing language revitalization, on the other hand, is of cultural significance indeed and thus does worth the governments while. It is widely acknowledged that culture and language are undeniably intertwined and each language, more than just a means of communication, fully carries a unique culture and is the home of a nations mind, conveying the knowledge, thought and faith of its speakers. Simply put, when preserving and reviving a language even fewer people use, people protect the culture diversity and when losing a language, we lose a culture heritage.

 

Not only does reviving endangered languages financially preserve cultural diversity but it empowers humans to promote and progress in all fields. Containing an accumulated body of scientific knowledge, including about geography, mathematics, navigation, astronomy, and many more, every language is a wealth of wisdom from which future generations can fully capitalize on to spark thoughts, to solve different puzzles and problems and more importantly to develop further. In other words, without languages, there will be no knowledge on which a society relies to prosper. Thereforebeing committed to preserving their dying tongues by different resources not just by money is what each governments and individuals should do.

 

To conclude, useless as it may seem, investing in minority language is beneficial to both culture and social cohesion rather than wasting money.

 

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字数

388 words

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