Imagine you have just attended a lecture at your university, given by an expert in your field of study. Write an email to the speaker expressing your appreciation for the lecture and requesting further contact. You would like to talk more with the speaker about their topic to help you with your own studies.
Below is a graph of carbon dioxide emissions per capita for different regions of the world. The total emissions of a region is represented by a rectangular area. The height of each rectangle is proportional to the emissions per capita, and the width is proportional to the population of the represented region. The regions are sorted by emissions per capita, from the highest to the lowest.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
"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?
FROM: Marguerite LeBron
TO: Mr. Geoffrey Harris
SUBJECT: Job posting
Dear Mr. Harris: I saw your job posting for a licensed medical assistant. I recently relocated from Paris and need to find work. I received my license from the Bureau de Médecin in 2011 and have kept it up to date since then. If the position is still open, I would like very much to apply. Please let me know what other information you need.
Thank you for your attention,
[Respond to Marguerite as though you are Geoffrey Harris, HR Manager at a London hospital. Be sure to address her questions and make at least two requests for more information from her.]