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1. People’s shopping habits depend more on the age group they belong to than other factors. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
2. More and more people want to buy famous brands of clothes, cars and other items. What are the reasons? Do you think it is a positive or negative development?
3. Children’s education is expensive and the governments of some countries pay some of or all of the costs. Do advantages of this outweigh its disadvantages?
4. Researches show that overeating is as harmful as smoking. Therefore, advertising for food products should be banned, in the same way as the cigarette advertising is banned in many countries. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
5. In most cities and towns, the high volumes of road traffic become a problem. What are the causes of that? And what actions can be taken to solve the problem?
6. In some countries, it is illegal for employers to reject job applications for jobseekers’ ages. Is it a positive or negative development?
7. Some people think zoos are cruel and all the zoos should be closed. However, others think zoos are useful to protect rare animals. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.
The statistics (measured as a percentage) ofpeople’s drinking and buying habits oncoffee and tea in five Australian cities from a survey is indicated by this bar chart.
To begin with, 44% residents in Sydney bought fresh coffee in last 4 weeks, a bit higher than Melbourne (43%) and Hobart (38%) respectively. Nearly 35% of people living in Adelaide did the same thing, slightly more than Brisbane (34%)
Additionally, in terms of those who bought instant coffee in last 4 weeks, figures of all five cities are higher than 45%, with Hobart accounting for the highest proportion at 54%, followed by Brisbane (53%), Adelaide (50%), Melbourne (48%) and Sydney (46%) in a decreasing order.