You should spend about 40 minutes on IELTS writing task 2.
When a country develops its technology, the traditional skills and ways of life die out. It is pointless to try and keep them alive. Do you agree and disagree with this statement?
Give specific reason and explain them with examples from your own experience or knowledge.
You should write at least 250 words in IELTS writing task 2.
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Topic : Technology
Type : Opinion
Technology flourishes with leaps and bounds, and this development inevitably takes a toll on traditional values. This essay thinks traditional ideals are bound to vanish in this technological world.
To begin with, there are many reasons why there is no existence in this modern world of these conventional values. First of all, everyone is helped with the mobile phone to stay connected to their family and friends in this fast-paced world. In ancient times, however, people used to send letters and stand for the maturity of one call in the long queues on S.T.D and I.S.D. This development in communication modes has shown that traditional skills are useless for nothing.
Second, the fashion world has been changed by technology. Earlier people used to knit, stitch, and design manually, but now computers have made each task more accessible and more comfortable. To substantiate my opinion, many of the students in fashion design were seen portraying model pictures themselves to test the compatibility of colors, but this work is currently being performed in seconds on much-advanced software. Besides that, owing to the advent of refrigerators, hardly anyone is seen buying pitchers for cold water.
In conclusion, the evolution of new technology is an iterative process, so with these latest trends, the time consuming traditional methods will not be able to keep pace. Therefore, the time to preserve them is useless and wasteful.
- flourish – grow or develop
- Ex. wild plants flourish on the banks of the lake
- inevitably – as is certain to happen; unavoidably.
- Ex. inevitably some details are already out of date
- vanish – disappear suddenly and completely.
- Ex. Moira vanished without trace
- ancient – belonging to the very distant past and no longer in existence.
- Ex. the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean
- portray– depict (someone or something) in a work of art or literature.
- Ex. the ineffectual Oxbridge dons portrayed by Evelyn Waugh
- advent – the arrival of a notable person or thing.
- Ex. the advent of television
- evolution – the gradual development of something.
- Ex. the forms of written languages undergo constant evolution
- iterative – relating to or involving iteration, especially of a mathematical or computational process.