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Due to increasing world demands for oil and gas energy, people need to look for new sources of energy in remote and untouched natural places. Do advantages of locating these sources outweigh disadvantages damaging such places?
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BRAINSTORMING – argumentative essay
The disadvantages outweigh the advantages of trying to locate new sources of energy
+ Residents of those places can benefit from the electricity grid and modern facilities, -> assist in unearthing minerals or fossil fuels for power generation
+ reduces pressure on scientists who have to undertake complicated researches for renewable sources of energy.
+ a big amount of money has to be raised to fund these projects -> better spent to assist third world countries to tackle famine and infectious diseases -> Use this money for finding a new substitute source of energy like renewable one.
+ Natural resources is usually deposited deep in the earth in remote and untouched areas, which are often the habitats of slife animals => threaten their living environments => numerous species have been on the edge of extinction due to the loss of their natural habitats => this has raised the alarm in the wider community who is concerned about the sustainability of the planet and wildlife diversity
Bài ESSAY mẫu
With increasing demand for energy coming from oil and gas, countries from over the world are looking for alternative sources of energy in natural places that still remain intact. I am of the view that this act carries more disadvantages than advantages when the expenditure and the potential impacts on natural wildlife are being considered.
First of all, there are inevitably clear benefits of locating these sources. By reaching out to far away areas, residents of those places can benefit from the electricity grid and modern facilities, which usually come together to assist in unearthing minerals or fossil fuels for power generation. This also reduces pressure on scientists who have to undertake complicated researches for renewable sources of energy.
Nevertheless, the drawbacks are much greater when a big amount of money has to be raised to fund these projects. Apparently, many people are against it on the basis that they think the cost would have been better spent to assist third world countries to tackle famine and infectious diseases. Moreover, from a ………(xem tiếp)[sociallocker id=”102″] [/sociallocker]
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Task response – discussion essay
Introduction: 1st sentence – directly introduce the essay topic. 2nd sentence – In this sentence, the examiner should know what the body paragraphs of your essay would be about.
1st paragraph acknowledges the advantages of finding new resources of energy in remote areas.
2nd and 3rd paragraph point out the disadvantages which outweigh the advantages mentioned in the first paragraph.
Conclusion: 1st sentence – sum up the essay and reiterate your point of view. 2nd sentence – suggest a solution.
Cohesion and coherence
Using leading-in phrases/ connectives (first of all, moreover, in fact, in conclusion, nevertheless). Notice all the pronouns like “this”, “that”, “those”, “these” => it helps you create a flow in your essay => increase your cohesion point
Academic vocabulary: famine, infectious, substitute, inadvertently, disrupt, biodiversity, sustainability, habitat, contemplate, mineral
Remote= far off = faraway = distant
Untouched = intact = unspoilt
o On the edge of extinction = Present a threat of extinction
o Substitute for something = replace something
o Be against something = object it
o Raise the alarm = Understand the danger of something
o Reduce pressure on
Adding information to your sentences with preposition phrases starting with “with…”
Pay attention to subject-verb agreement