HƯỚNG DẪN GIẢI ĐỀ THI IELTS WRITING NGÀY 23/3/2019
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People are living in a ‘throwaway society’, using things for a short time and then throwing them away. What are the causes of this? What problems does it lead to? (dated: March 23rd, 2019 by BC)
Từ đồng nghĩa, trái nghĩa:
throw-away society = consumer society = consumerism = throw-away culture
use = utilize = employ
throw away = discard = dispose of = dispense with
thing = item = product
Gợi ý: Dạng bài CAUSE-EFFECT-SOLUTION trong đó người viết phải phân tích nguyên nhân và hệ quả của việc mọi người nhanh chóng vất đi các món đồ mới được sử dụng trong thời gian ngắn.
Đoạn 1: Nguyên nhân của xu hướng này
We are living in a consumer society where material life is over-emphasized.
→ It is commonly believed that happiness can be reached when owing new items.
→ This enjoyment, however, does not last long; it needs repeating by replacing recently bought products with newer ones.
→ Typical examples of this trend include clothes and electronic devices, which are likely to be discarded after months or even weeks.
Mass production, as the result of advances in science and technology, is causing new products to be increasingly cheaper while constantly improved living standards enables people to have more disposable income.
→ People are more willing to buy new items, which are more fashionable, more modern and more convenient, rather than keep old ones.
Đoạn 2: Hệ quả của xu hướng này
This social trend is contributing to the seriousness of green issues as more waste, especially plastic and chemicals which take hundreds of years to decompose, is discharged into the surroundings.
→ Meanwhile, the vast majority of this is untreated, directly aggravating soil, air and water pollution.
The more regularly people purchase new products, the more goods are manufactured and thus, the more natural resources are tapped.
→ While the throw-away culture climbs the need for more materials, the earth’s capability is not infinite, which means our next generations are on the verge of resource depletion and unsustainable development.