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How have shopping habits changed over recent years? Describe how people used to shop compared to how they shop now. Who benefits from these changes? Who is hurt by them?

Be sure to use specific examples to support your answer.

Four women standing by an automobile  in the 1920s

Tell a story about this picture. Who are these women? Where do they live? What year is it? What are they doing?

Write at least one paragraph (100-125 words). Be creative!

Below is a pie chart showing the global percentage of English dialects in 1997. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

[Image by M. W. Toews via Wikimedia]

Below is a pie chart representing the distribution of languages on internet websites in 2014. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

[Image by Day Translations Team via Wikimedia]

Below is a graph of land and sea temperatures from 1950 to 2018. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

*Lowess smoothing = averaging scatter plot values over a certain span to create a smooth line.

[Image by NASA via Wikimedia]

Below is a bar graph showing literacy rates in several regions from 1990 to 2015. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

[Image by UNESCO via Wikimedia] 

Tour de France bicycle race

"The concept of excellence is inherently competitive; logically, in order for some to surpass, others must be outdone." —Ian Cosh, resident anthropologist at Idea Couture

Write an essay in which you take a position on the statement above. In developing and supporting your essay, consider instances in which the statement does and does not hold true.

People performing peaceful protest

"Civil disobedience" is when you break the law or social rules on purpose to bring attention to a cause (a principle or aim that a group supports or fights for) and push for change. People may be arrested when performing civil disobedience.

  • Is there a cause you think is worth being arrested for? What is it, and why do you feel that way?
Monies of the world

What did your parents teach you about money? How did they do it? Do you agree now with what they taught you? 

What will you teach (or have you taught) your children about money? How?

The back of a police officer wearing a yellow jacket with the word "Police" on it

If you could pass any law you wanted, what would it be? Would it be for your city? Your country? The whole world? Give your reasons for making this law.

If you'd like to write more, tell how you would enforce the law.

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