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Some people think that spending a lot on holding wedding parties, birthday parties and other celebrations is just a waste of money. Others, however, think that these are necessary for individuals and the society. Discuss both views and give your opinion.


There are some moments in our life that need to be memorable. We get married once in our life, we have birthdays once a year; therefore many people think that spending in such occasions has no limitation. On the other hand a respected equivalent number of people think that it is just a waste of money. Each group has its own reasons that will be discussed.
The first group thinks about enjoying life up to the maximum possible. There are certain moments in their life that must be enormously celebrated, so they can recall it with enjoyment .They have to invite many friends in spacious areas, bring the finest food and drinks and maybe a famous singer. Many people of this group are wealthy so they may argue that it is affordable for them.
Meanwhile, the second group considers having simple pictures with beloved ones is enough to recall every special moment in our life. Saving the money for a new couple to settle a house is much better than spending it in a wedding party, they may argue. Many people of this group are financially incapable to spend a fortune in one night, although some rich people have the same thinking.
In my opinion we must be in a mid distance between both opinions, celebrating a special occasion with close family and friends is always a glee that needs spending more money to do something out of the routine, but extravagance is a bad behaviour that will not add any extra enjoyment to our celebrations.
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IELTS is the International English Language Testing System. It measures ability to communicate in English across all four language skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking – for people who intend to study or work where English is the language of communication
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Some people think that spending a lot on holding wedding parties, birthday parties and other celebrations is just a waste of money. Others, however, think that these are necessary for individuals and the society. Discuss both views and give your opinion.


There are some moments in our life that need to be memorable. We get married once in our life, we have birthdays once a year; therefore many people think that spending in such occasions has no limitation. On the other hand a respected equivalent number of people think that it is just a waste of money. Each group has its own reasons that will be discussed.
The first group thinks about enjoying life up to the maximum possible. There are certain moments in their life that must be enormously celebrated, so they can recall it with enjoyment .They have to invite many friends in spacious areas, bring the finest food and drinks and maybe a famous singer. Many people of this group are wealthy so they may argue that it is affordable for them.
Meanwhile, the second group considers having simple pictures with beloved ones is enough to recall every special moment in our life. Saving the money for a new couple to settle a house is much better than spending it in a wedding party, they may argue. Many people of this group are financially incapable to spend a fortune in one night, although some rich people have the same thinking.
In my opinion we must be in a mid distance between both opinions, celebrating a special occasion with close family and friends is always a glee that needs spending more money to do something out of the routine, but extravagance is a bad behavior that will not add any extra enjoyment to our celebrations.
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In Canada, being able to communicate and work in one or both of the official languages helps immigrants both socially and in the job market. Proof of language proficiency is a selection factor for some Canadian immigration categories, and in Canada, it is a key requirement for employment. Recent and prospective immigrants to Canada need information about what level of language proficiency is needed to successfully integrate into the Canadian work...
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In the main body of your report, you may organise the information in this way; first group the information. Then compare and contrast the data. After that, select important information to report.
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IELTS tests candidates’ ability to produce two quite different pieces of writing in a fairly short period of time. The test is divided into two parts and candidates are allowed 60 minutes to complete both parts.

IELTS Writing Task 1
In the first part, candidates will be given a task based on some information, presented in graphic and diagrammatic form. Candidates are expected to write a descriptive report of at least 150 words on the information provided.

IELTS Writing Task 2
In the second task, candidates are assessed on their ability to produce a clear and logical argument on a given topic. Most of the topics are of general interest to, suitable for and easily understood by students at undergraduate or postgraduate level. Candidates will have to write at least 250 words and, as Task 2 is longer than Task 1, it is suggested that about 40 minutes is spent on this task and 20 minutes on the first task.

IELTS WRITING (GENERAL)

The IELTS General Training Writing test takes 60 minutes. Candidates have to complete two tasks, of 150 and 250 words, as in the Academic module. However, Task 1 is always a letter, while Task 2 is an essay based on a given topic. The topics of the questions will be of general interest, and no specialist knowledge is required. For example, topics can include travel, accommodation, current affairs, shops and services, health and welfare, health and safety, recreation, social and physical environment.

IELTS Writing Task 1
In Task 1, candidates are asked to write a letter which may need to be semi-formal or formal in tone in response to a given problem or situation. Candidates will be asked to include information relating to three bullet points in the question. Candidate answers should be at least 150 words in length for this task.

IELTS Writing Task 2
In Task 2, candidates are asked to discuss a topic in response to a statement which presents a particular point of view, argument or issue. The task requires candidates to write a discursive piece of writing in which the question will typically ask them to discuss factual information, discuss a problem and present solutions, evaluate ideas or justify opinions. Candidate answers for Task 2 should be at least 250 words in length.