Cam 17 Test 1 Writing Task 1
|The maps below show an industrial area in the town of Norbiton, and planned future development of the site.|
SAMPLE ANSWER: structured by Map 1 followed by Map 2
Two illustrations are provided showing the manufacturing quarter of a town called Norbiton at present and the future layout. Overall, this area will be completely transformed into a residential area.
At present, the area is located east of the town with a river running from the west to the east in the north, north of which is farmland. In the middle, there is a roundabout with two exits, one of which links to a main road in the south and the other is oriented towards the east, and some factories are scattered on both sides of it as well as around the roundabout.
In the future, two new exits will be added to the roundabout. One heading northwest and the other north, which will cross a newly added bridge allowing access to new housing, leaving only the countryside in the northeast. A small roundabout will be constructed on the main road, linking to the large roundabout. The factories will be replaced with housing and facilities such as shops and a medical centre. A school will be built in the east with a new park located nearby.
SAMPLE ANSWER: structured by North and South of the map
Town plans show an industrial area to the east of the town of Norbiton and plans for its future development. Overall, the proposal is to transform Norbiton from an industrial area to a residential area with associated facilities.
In the far north of the map, houses are planned to be built on farmland. A road in front of it leads to a bridge that crosses over a river. This bridge leads to a road, with housing to the west. The new road meets a ring road currently located in the centre of the zone. It is proposed to remove all the factories around the ring-road.
Turning to developments in the southern section of the map, branching off the ring-road westwards is a new road with housing constructed along it. Another road branches to the east of the ring road with new housing and a playground, and a school at the end of the road. All factories will be removed from this road. Finally, branching off the ring-road towards the south the current road will have shops on the west and a medical complex on the east, and the road will lead to a new roundabout that replaces the current T-intersection.
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Cam 17 Test 1 Writing Task 2
It is important for people to take risks, in both their professional lives and personal lives.
Do the advantages of taking these risks outweigh the disadvantages?
Some would argue that taking risks, both in terms of one’s private life and one’s working career, is advantageous overall. I am generally in agreement with this contention due to the potential for advancement and growth.
Firstly, risk-taking can expedite one’s career goals. Many workers decide early on that they are content with their position in society and therefore often fail to actualize their potential. Others, however, attempt various business enterprises and transition from field to field in order to find a good match. Although this may lead to short-term setbacks, in the long-term such ambitious individuals are far more likely to become very successful in life. Assuming that these risks are taken early in one’s career, there is a strong likelihood that they will eventually profit the risk-taker in question.
Moreover, an individual who takes risks will also develop more mature personal relationships. In more conservative countries, many young people do not begin to have serious romantic relationships until after university. The result of this is that they are often immature and it can lead to poor and naive choices in terms of marriage and parenting. In contrast, a person who takes risks in their personal life and enters into various relationships throughout high school and university will become a better judge of character. Their allegedly risky behavior can then serve as the foundation for personal growth and increased maturity.
In conclusion, taking risks can be a catalyst for tremendous growth and is therefore advisable. The disadvantages of risk-taking can also be mitigated in most contexts by not being inordinately reckless.
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