IELTS READING – Walk for charity S28GT1

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Walk for charity

Dear Friend,

Please join us for our annual Walk for Charity. Q1 Starting in Weldown, you and your friends can choose a delightful 10, 20 or 30 kilometre route.

The money raised will provide support to help people all over the world. Start collecting your sponsors now and then simply come along on the day. Please read the instructions below carefully, especially if you require transport to and from Weldown.

See you on Sunday 14 May,

V Jessop

Walk Co-ordinator

P S. Well done to last year’s walkers for helping to raise a grand total of £21,000.

The money has already been used to build a children’s playground.

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IELTS WRITING – High Sales of Popular Consumer Goods S33AT2

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High Sales of Popular Consumer Goods

Type about the following topic:

Today, the high sales of popular consumer goods reflect the power of advertising and not the real needs of the society in which they are sold.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.

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IELTS WRITING – Water Use Worldwide and Water Consumption in Two Different Countries S33AT1

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Water Use Worldwide and Water Consumption in Two Different Countries

The graph and table below give information about water use worldwide and water consumption in two different countries.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

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IELTS READING – Lack of sleep S26GT5

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Lack of sleep

Section A

Q28 It is estimated that the average man or woman needs between seven-and-a-half and eight hours’ sleep a night. Some can manage on a lot less. Baroness Thatcher, for example, was reported to be able to get by on four hours’ sleep a night when she was Prime Minister of Britain. Dr Jill Wilkinson, senior lecturer in psychology at Surrey University and co-author of ‘Psychology in Counselling and Therapeutic Practice’, states that healthy individuals sleeping less than five hours or even as little as two hours in every 24 hours are rare, but represent a sizeable minority.

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