Some people are against the idea of changing one's image with artificial means like surgery. Others think improving your appearance for your own benefit is OK. What do you think about this? Write a paragraph explaining your opinion and give reasons to support your answer.
Have you ever lived abroad to study or work for a long time? Did the experience change you in any way? How? Did your thoughts or feelings about your country change? How? What did you miss about home? Did you realise that there are some things about your home country that could be done better or differently?
Write an essay of three or more paragraphs (around 200 words) on the given topic covering three of these points: banning weapons; economic causes of crime; school education; stricter punishments; surveillance cameras; and the influence of the media.
Is society doing enough to deal with violent crime?
Think about a trip you went on (good or bad). Describe the trip. Write about what you would do differently if you went to that place again. Explain why you would do things differently and how that would change your experience of the place.
Is it better to graduate as fast as possible and get out into the workforce, or should you take your time with your studies and put graduation out of your mind? Imagine you are advising your child. What would you tell them?
QUESTIONS 1–5: Write a sentence based on a picture
DIRECTIONS: In this part of the test, you will write ONE sentence that is based on a picture. With each picture, you will be given TWO words or phrases that you must use in your sentence. You can change the forms of the words and you can use the words in any order.
Write an essay of three or more paragraphs (around 200 words) on the given topic covering three of these points: climate change; genetically modified crops; fair trade; international aid; transfer of technology; and war.