Paragraph-The risks from genetically modified food Genetically modified food-plants and animals may be risky to people and the environment.
For example, if there is much genetically modified food, wild animals and insects may be harmed. In addition, it may start to dominate other wild plants. However, some tomatoes grow faster than local nearby wild plants. It is very strange, people do not know these tomatoes are whether good or not. What’s more, butterflies that live near genetically modified corn have been dying. Though Scientists have experimented with food, there are several things that people are worried about.
Smoking is a health hazard Smoking is harmful to people’s health. It will cause lung cancer. Furthermore, smoking is a bad habit, which will make people addicted to. Many people do not believe that smoking is a health hazard, they insist on smoking. Finally, they have diseases. For example, Jack is a heavy smoker. When he was twelve years old, he became a smoker. He wanted to smoke because he thought it was so cool in the film.
However, he did not control himself when he was addicted to smoking. Now, he really wants to give up smoking at once. In a fact, smoking is very harmful to people’s health.So people should give up smoking as fast as they can to protect their health Argument Text-Against owning a car It is important for young people in China today to own a car.
The car is more and more popular among young people, which brings a lot of benefits to them. The car is one of the most useful transportation. Many young people want to have their own cars. They think it brings a lot of convenience and flexibility.
Furthermore, it is not only comfortable and private, but symbolizes status and social standing. However, that may be true, but it is expensive to buy and maintain. The car will cause air and noise pollution.It will also cause traffic congestion. So people should be against owning a car. The car is expensive to buy and maintain. Many young people do not earn money.
They have to depend on their parent’s. If they want to own cars, it will bring economic pressure to their parent’s. Some cars’ price is high so that not every young person can afford it.
Besides, if young people do not know how to maintain their cars, it will waste a lot of money. The cars’ operation is difficult. It will take a lot of time. So owning a car is expensive and has to maintain. Therefore, it is not very useful. The car causes air and noise pollution.Recently, the environment is seriously polluted.
Some of the reasons are that more and more people use cars. Although some young people think one car will not cause air and noise pollution, many cars will cause these problems if every young person has their own car. People should protect environment. It is obvious that the car will cause air and noise pollution.
Young person owns their own car, it will cause traffic congestion. People will have to spend a lot of time driving on the road. Furthermore, traffic accidents will increase.
It is dangerous. Traffic congestion have a negative effect on people’s moods.Young people can not study or work hard in a bad mood.
So it is important that young people should charge their minds about owning their own cars. In conclusion, the car is expensive to buy and maintain. It will not only cause air and noise pollution, but also traffic congestion. It will bring people trouble instead of convenience. Therefore, young people should be against owning a car. Graph and Tables The line graph shows the proportion of the population aged 65 and over between 1940 and 2040 in three different countries. There is an increase in the percentage of the population aged 65 and over in three different countries.
According to the graph, the proportion of the population aged 65 and over will reach a peak in 2040, more than 2090. However, the percentage reached a low point in 1940 in UK and Norway, at less than 10%. In Korea, there is a slight decrease between 1940 and 1960. The proportion of the population aged 65 and over increases over this period in Norway and I-J. Between 1960 and 1980, the proportion of the population aged 65 and over remained stable in Korea, about 3%.
There is a fluctuation of the percentage in Norway and I-J between 1940 and 2040.In 2030, the proportion of the population aged 65 and over in Korea is higher than the other two countries. Overall the graph predicts the proportion of the population aged 65 and over between 1940 and 2040 in different countries, which increases.
Discussion text -The principle of allowing schools to expel “trouble” The mischievous students are forced to quit school by many Government schools in China. Many people are discussing the topic about the principle of allowing schools to expel the troublesome students. There are many supporters and many opponents. Many supporters think Government schools should ban students who are out of control.They make trouble in classes and show others how to behave in an unruly way. However, many opponents think Government schools should not expel the mischievous students. They are not mature and they cannot take responsibility for their action.
In addition, they will lose the chance of being educated. Missing out on education does not assist them to transform their bad behavior. There are strong points of view on both sides. There are many reasons why people support the point that Government schools should ban the mischievous students. Because people think the students who are out of control make trouble in the class.
In China, there are usually more than 40 students in a class. They have to study together. The mischievous students usually dislike study. They chat and play the cell phone instead of listening to the teacher. The students who make trouble will show others how to behave in an unruly way. Students are not mature because some of them are influenced easily by other mischievous students are scolded by the teachers or their parent’s, they will be angry. They may think they are neglected by other people.
As a result, they will fight or quarrel with others to make other people pay attention to them.Therefore, porters think Government schools should ban the mischievous students. According to its critics, many opponents think it is terrible that Government schools ban the mischievous students. They believe that the mischievous students are Just young people who are not mature.
That meaner that they cannot take responsibility for their action. Maybe their parent’s spoiled them too much. They need to do some value things on their own to grow up.
If students who make trouble are banned from the school, they will miss out on education. Education is important and every young person has the right to accept it.If Government schools expel them, they will not get the excellent education. Furthermore, it can nit assist them to change their bad action. They have to be occupied with nothing on the society because they can not get a good Job. It is harmful for the society.
Therefore many opponents think Government schools should not expel the mischievous students. In conclusion, many supporters think Government schools should expel the mischievous students. It is beneficial because the mischievous students will make trouble in classes, show others how to behave in an unruly way and an cause accidents.
However, others think it is a terrible idea to expel them because they are not mature who cannot take responsibility for their behavior. In addition, they will lose the chance of being educated and it does net assist them to chance bad ways. It is difficult to define it. The two views are all strong. Process Text The diagrams show how the cement is produced, and how cement is used to produce concrete for building purpose. Firstly, limestone and clay are put into the crusher, and they are turned into powder.
The next step, they are mixed in the mixer. Then, the product is passed into a rotating heater to be heated.After that, the grinder is used to finish the last step of cement production. The mixture is put into the grinder to be ground. Finally, the cement is put into many bags to be used. Not at the same time, the 15% cement, 10% water, 25% sand and 50% grand are put into the concrete mixer. They are mixed in the machine for the production to be used for building purpose.
Lastly, the concrete production has been finished. There is a difference in these two processes. Making concrete production required fewer steps and it was less complex. However, for the cement production, it used fewer materials and finishing cement production needed more steps.