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PostSubject: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Tue Oct 02, 2007 7:15 am

Please post your writing responses for the free IELTS descriptive report writing task here. You do not need to log in or register to post your writing, simply click on POSTREPLY. Please allow at least a couple of days for an OnlinEnglish.net Administrator to view and respond to your task. Responses will be limited to a score and some generic comments targeting the areas you could improve in.

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PostSubject: IELTS WRITING 1   Thu Oct 04, 2007 4:53 am

The first graph shows population growth figures for India, US and China, from 1950 to 2050, with the data after 2005 being projected. The second graph displays the change in rural and urban population distribution in India and China over the same time period as the first.

The figures for China stand out. Initially showing a steady growth, the increase began slowing down by the 90s and is expected to peak by 2025. There is a flattening of growth in rural population as well during the same period, which, after '95, shows a steady, almost linear decrease, coming down to almost 600 million by 2050. China shows rapid urbanisation, growing from about 75 million in 1950 to about 900 million by 2050. As far as India is concerned, a steady increase in population is seen. The total and rural populations go up by about 4 and 3 times respectively. The urban growth, however, is much more marked, going from 75 million to 600 million. Over this entire period, the US shows a steady growth from nearly 125 million to 375 million.

Both India and China are nations with high population growth, with India showing no signs of slowing down. The two countries are developing at a fast pace and are getting urbanised quite rapidly.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Thu Oct 04, 2007 2:11 pm

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The first graph shows population growth figures for India, US and China, from 1950 to 2050, with the data after 2005 being projected. The second graph displays the change in rural and urban population distribution in India and China over the same time period as the first.

The figures for China stand out. Initially showing a steady growth, the increase began slowing down by the 90s and is expected to peak by 2025. There is a flattening of growth in rural population as well during the same period, which, after '95, shows a steady, almost linear decrease, coming down to almost 600 million by 2050. China shows rapid urbanisation, growing from about 75 million in 1950 to about 900 million by 2050. As far as India is concerned, a steady increase in population is seen. The total and rural populations go up by about 4 and 3 times respectively. The urban growth, however, is much more marked, going from 75 million to 600 million. Over this entire period, the US shows a steady growth from nearly 125 million to 375 million.

Both India and China are nations with high population growth, with India showing no signs of slowing down. The two countries are developing at a fast pace and are getting urbanised quite rapidly.


Hi Yodlinks, and thank you for having a shot at the IELTS report writing task.

Overall, I believe this would be rated around 7 - 7.5 on the IELTS 9-tier band scale.

You handle complex structures and vocabulary well, and there are not that many problems with your application of the language. You clearly have a good mastery of the specific vocabulary and expressions for effectively reporting the trends on a line graph, as well as good language for framing and expressing the various pieces of information.

Where I think you are going to lose points is in the organization and presentation of the data, and perhaps not taking the information far enough.

My recommendations:

1. It's a good idea to separate the data for China and India, as you have, but think about doing so with the use of separate paragraphs for each. This clearly shows your reader the presentation you are making for each of the major countries described in the graphs.

2. Consider direct comparisons and contrasts, either in a third paragraph unto itself, or as part of presenting the data for the second country you describe (as you have already presented one country's data, it will read naturally if there are comparisons with this data in the paragraph that follows).

3. Given the graphs show projections, your report could comment on these. What do the graphs seem to indicate about the difference between urban and rural populations for both countries in the near and not too distant future?

I hope those comments help. You've certainly handled some fantastic written expression in terms of concise accuracy, but try to think about what you are going to do with the results in terms of packaging them into logical interpretations of the data in a general sense.

Best of luck with your IELTS writing practice!

- Jason Renshaw
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PostSubject: Population in India, China and US   Mon Oct 08, 2007 5:40 pm

As I saw the graph of population explosion in India, China and US it clearly states that China stands first then India and lastly US at present. India and China is showing the sign of increasing till now and in future too. and as per my knowledge i don't think so that India can beat China's population because china has lack of education and poverty and the main reason of population explosion. India is vast in education now a days. Perhaps its still not happening the same in china.
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PostSubject: graph description   Sat Oct 20, 2007 3:13 pm

The first graph shows population growth trends in three countries India, China an USA, while the second one projects urbanization in India and China figures. All the information is collected from 1950’s till year 2005. Furthermore , there are predictions for 25 years forward in both graphs projected.
In the first graph we can clearly see the difference between USA and remaining two countries China and India. While population growth in USA has remain stable all over this year, it has been increasing steadily in two Asian countries. From 1950 till 2005 population growth in China and India actually doubled. Predictions, made by United Nations Population division, suggests that USA and India will show the same trends in population growth for next 25 years. However they believe that in India population will start decrease.
The second graph, comparing urbanization figures, shows the same trends for China and India for first 40 years. The population has been rapidly growing in both urban and rural areas. In the year 1990 China’s rural population began to fall and urban population steadily increase. From 1985 to 2005 it increased in 200 millions of people. The same thing to India’s rural and urban population is predicted in 2020.
To sum up, both Asian countries China and India have much more bigger population then USA and, according to figures, these populations are steadily growing now and probably will in the future. Therefore urbanization in rates in these countries are high too.
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PostSubject: writing task1   Fri Oct 26, 2007 9:21 am

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The graghs describe the information about population growth in India, China and the US, and urbanisation in India and China from 1950 to 2005 with projection from 2005 onwards.
As can be seen in the first graph, there was a marked increase in population of both nations China and Indian, and far greeter than those of the US: from 560 and 375 millions people in 1995 to 1370 and 1125 in 2005 respectively. It is estimated that the population of the India continues to keep its trend in the next 45 years, while those of the China will keep rise to reach almost 1400 millions people in 2030 and then decrease gradually. Concerning the US the population was smallest in 1950 and rose gradually over 55 years, and predicted to keep its trend in the following years.
From the second graph, rural inhabitant of China was bigger than those of India and rose considerably to reach over 800 millions people in 1995, then reduced rapidly in the following years, and being forecasted to keep its downward tendency. Meanwhile the rural population of India rose to get at China’s level at just under 800 millions in 2005 and being forecasted to rise around 50 millions citizens in 2020, keep stable in the next 5 years and then reduce gradually. In contrast the inhabitant in the urban areas of China and India was the same and they both had upward tendency during 1950 – 2005, and being predicted keep their tendency in the future.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Sat Dec 01, 2007 6:28 am

The first graphs shows population growth rates in China, India and the United States of America from the year 1950 to 2005 and projected to 2050. And the second graph figured out urban versus rural growth rates in China and India within the same period of time with projection up to the year 2030.

At the first glance, until 2005, China's population growth seems to be faster then both of the two other countries. Whereas, USA showed very slow steady increase in it's population comparatively.

In 1950 China's population stood approximately at 500 millions, and shows a significant increase until 2005 and it is expected to continue showing almost the same rate until 2020. At this point of time it could be levelled off at less than 1500 million until 2030. Interestingly population growth in India will perhaps exceeds that of china.

Regarding uranization, in 1950 almost all the 500 million chinese were living in rural areas as only less tha 100 million were living in towns and cities. This rural figure was also applicable to rural India.However there was somehow a steady growth of rural population in China until it reached the peak of about 850 millions in 1995. Since 1995 there was a dramatic decline in the rural population growth in China, and it is expexted to plummet to 600 million in 2030.
Chia's urban population growth increased rapidly since 1980s of the last century and as expected it will contnue doing so even after 2030.

In India urban growth is increasing in a slower rythem than Ithat of China. And rural population growth in India is obviously faster than urban growth. But after 2025 number of people living in villages in india will decrease to about 800 millions in contrary to the number urban people which will raise up to 600 millions.

In conclusion, India is expected to be the larger country in the world in term of population. China will harvest the result of familly planning prorams. And its population groth will slow down, and most of its people will live in urban areas, propaply due to huge industrial revolution in china.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Sat Dec 01, 2007 6:32 am

The first graph shows population growth rates in China, India and the United States of America from the year 1950 to 2005 and projected to 2050. And the second graph figured out urban versus rural growth rates in China and India within the same period of time with projection up to the year 2030.

At the first glance, until 2005, China's population growth seems to be faster than both of the two other countries. Whereas, USA showed very slow steady increase in it's population comparatively.

In 1950 China's population stood approximately at 500 millions, and shows a significant increase until 2005 and it is expected to continue showing almost the same rate until 2020. At this point of time it could be levelled off at less than 1500 million until 2030. Interestingly, population growth in India will perhaps exceeds that of china.

Regarding uranization, in 1950 almost all the 500 million chinese were living in rural areas as only less tha 100 million were living in towns and cities. This rural figure was also applicable to rural India.However there was somehow a steady growth of rural population in China until it reached the peak of about 850 millions in 1995. Since 1995 there was a dramatic decline in the rural population growth in China, and it is expexted to plummet to 600 million in 2030.
Chia's urban population growth increased rapidly since 1980s of the last century and as expected it will contnue doing so even after 2030.

In India urban growth is increasing in a slower rythem than Ithat of China. And rural population growth in India is obviously faster than urban growth. But after 2025 number of people living in villages in india will decrease to about 800 millions in contrary to the number urban people which will raise up to 600 millions.

In conclusion, India is expected to be the larger country in the world in term of population. China will harvest the result of familly planning prorams. And its population groth will slow down, and most of its people will live in urban areas, propaply due to huge industrial revolution in china.
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PostSubject: Taks 1   Mon Feb 11, 2008 10:46 pm

The first graph illustrating the population growth of three countries such as India, China and USA while the second graph is giving the details of urbanization in India and China.

On the right side of the graph three ribbon like structure having different colour denoting the countries such as red is for China, blue is for India and yellowish is represnting the USA.On the "X" axis of the graph years are given while on the "Y" axis population growht is given.

The population growth of China continuesly incresearing, it strats from 500 million during the 1950 and reaches up to 14oo million, showing no fluctuation but later on it shows slight decrease in population and finlly it stops at 1300 million in later years .

The growth of India is continuesly increasing , it stars from 300 million and reaches up to 1600 million, a few fluctuation are shown other wise it is in steady state of growth.

Populatin growth in USA too low with comparision to their couterparts. It stars from 150 million and a bit increase in being shown in steady state form but some years a minute fluctuations are shown and finally it reaches up to 260million.

The graph urbanization is being shown , four representative marks are taken the first one is red which is denoting the Chinal rural while the sky blue is representing the India rural similarly second red line is representing the Chinal Urban and Sky blue denotes India urban. A great fluctuations occures in China rural area people moves a lot from rural to Urban as result the graph increases in urban area and decreased from rural area. As for as India is concerned the graph shows that the people rural populatin is continuesly increasing except a few decrease is shown in last. In india the urbanization increased but in low rate rather then China.

In last I conclude that the population growth is higher in India then Chinal and at USA it is controled. The urbanization rate is higher at China then India.
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PostSubject: ielts task1   Mon Mar 24, 2008 3:52 am

Two graphs compare the population growth of three countries of the world and urbanization in India and China. Clearly the population growth is much more faster in India and China as comparted to US.

Population of China and India tend to grow while China's growth rate is higher than that of India and USA. However by the 2027 population of China and India is projected to be equal that is nearly 1500million people. After that population of India maintains its upward trend while China's population experiences small slump.

Population in USA grows steadily from 200million to 300million till 2027. This trend does not seem to be changed till 2050.

Urbanization seems to be growing for both India and China. However rate of urbanization for China is far more greater than that of India. By the year 2030 it may reach 900million mark as comared to India whose urban population will be around 500million people. Corresponding graphs for rural population reinforce the opinion established for urbanization. After 1995 rural population of China decreases at a constant rate from 850million to approximately 500 million by the year 2030. India's rural population shows upward trend till 2015 and this is roughly maintained for the next 10years or so and in 2025 experiences plummets slightly.
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PostSubject: ielts   Fri Mar 28, 2008 2:19 am

The first graph shows the population growth in India, China and Us and second graph gives the detail of urbanistion in india and china from year 1950 to 2030.
Recently population tend to increase more in China and India while China has more population then India but it has being forcasted that the population of growth will be similar in the year 2027 that is 1500million. after that the population in India will tend to increase but the population in China will decrease from 1500million it will decrease to 1350million of population.
second graph give the detail of urbanisation in India and China it has bein observe that the rural area population is similar till now but it has being forcasted that in Chaina rural area tend to decrease from 800million in year 2005 to 580million in year 2030 but if we will see the urband area then both China and India tends to increase but in comparision China urban area tend to increase more than India.the China population is 550million till now and it has bein forcasted that it will rise to 890million of population in future.
hence from both the graph we have come to know that china and india population will going to increasethan us but seeing the detail of urbanisation china tend to increase urban area because of its more advance technologies and researches and etc.
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PostSubject: IELTS Writing Task 1   Sun May 25, 2008 11:33 pm

The first graph compares the population growth in India and China and that in US. The comparison graph is plotted across years in multiples of 5 and the population in 250 millions. Whereas, the second graph evaluates the rate of urbanization in India and China, in terms of years in the multiples of 5 and population in terms of 100 millions.

China has always been at higher and has been ahead of the three until it reaches 1250 million in year 2005. India follows the increasing trend and ends up at around 1100 million in year 2005. US however, has been steady and has not shown a steep rise like the other two. It is barely around 250 million in year 2005. The future predictions, however, illustrate that growth rate in China would take a slump and will keep on decreasing over India, which on the other hand, is predicted to grow constantly over decades and ending up at around 1600 million in the year 2050. US would hardly show any considerable growth ending up only around 400 million by the year 2050.

Second graph shows that urbanization in China has grown exponentially in comparison of India. It is further expected to keep on growing with the same pace. Indian urbanization rate is pretty disappointing, when compared to China. On the contrary, rural population in India dominates over that in China. Future expectations predict that Indian urbanization will grow to about 500 million in year 2050. However, would still be far behind than China. China will also come out successful in reducing the rural population by around 250 million by 2050.

The quantitative statistical analysis of the given two graphs delineates that, China is certainly at higher population growth rates and urbanization rates too. India, however, is expected to grow hereafter,
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PostSubject: Writing - Report   Fri May 30, 2008 2:56 am

First graph provides the population growth rate in India and China from 1950 upto 2005. We also get data past 2050.

As per the graph, China’s population has increased from 500 millions in 1950 to 1250 millions in 2005. However; the population will increase further from the year 2005-2050. In the year 2050 it will be above 1250 millions.

Similarly the graph also gives details about India. The population was 250 millions in 1950; which was lesser compared to China’s 500 millions of the same year. Furthermore, it was above 1000 millions but lesser than 1250 million population of China’s in 2005. As per the graph 2050 will show a sharp increase above 1500 millions. On the other hand in 2050 China will have the same population growth rate as it was in 2005.

From the second graph we can understand that India’s urban population was only 50 millions; which has increased to 300 millions in 2005. According to the graph, year 2030 urban pattern will be similar to China’s rural population of 600 millions.
In contrast, India’s rural population has showed an upward movement. It was 300 millions in 1950, but then it has to 800 millions in 2005. India’s rural population will increase after 2005 untill 2030; were it will equal to that of 2005.

Finally, second graph explains that China’s urban areas population has increased considerably from 50 millions in 1950 to 55o millions in 2005. Graph also suggests that urban population will increase to 900 millions in 2030; which is more than the India’s urban rate. However; China’s rural areas population will be halved from 850 millions of the years 1985-1990 to 400 millions in 2030. It will be equal to the India’s urban population of 2030s
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PostSubject: Report   Tue Jun 03, 2008 10:06 pm

In this report I am going to describe 2 graphs. The first one show us information and forecast about the speed of population expanse of China and India compare with USA in 100 years (from 1950-2050). The second one gives us the view about the urbanization rates in the same period of 2 biggest population countries: China and India.

In the first one, you can easily see that the rates of population growth of China and India are extremely high compare with the USA. However, acording to the forecast when China population rate has significant decrease in the future, India still remains the same rates. In 2028, India population will get over China, and in 2050 it's population would be more than 1.500 million people.
In the second one, we could see the urbanization rate of China is higher than India especially from year 1980 on. According to project in 2015 the urban population of China will pass the rural population. In India, the rural population still larger than urban population much (at least 300 million) in this period.

This ends my report.
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PostSubject: RESPONSE   Fri Jul 18, 2008 11:42 am

The first graph shows the growth in numbers of citizens in three countries: China, India, and US from 1950 to 2006. It also predicts the figure by 2050. In general, the population growth of those countries goes up.

As for India, the population increased dramatically from around 350 millions people in 1950 to almost 1,125 millions in 2006. There was also a growth in China's population during that period of time, despite a little fluctuation, from 550 millions to no less then 1,300. However, the population of US went up gradually and steadily, with a prediction of around 400 millions by 2050. India was said to still continue the trend upward, but at a slower pace. Unlike US and India, China was estimated to start a fall in 2029 after reaching its peak of nearly 1,500 millions.

The second graph compares the population of people in towns or cities to that in country in China and India. Overall, cities or towns were becoming more and more populated.

China in rural started off with 50 millions people in 1950 while India with only 300 millions, however, both were at 800 millions in 2005. The numbers of people in rural in both countries were projected to drop by 2030. On the other hand, from 1950 to 1980 the urbanization was steady, but then it stood off. By 2006, there were 300 millions in India and around 560 in China. There will be upward trends for the growth of people in cities or towns in China as well as India.
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PostSubject: Response   Wed Aug 13, 2008 2:36 am

The first graph indicates population growth in India, China, and The United States from 1950 to 2050, in which the data post 2005 are projections. In the other hand, the second graph indicates urbanization rates in India and China from 1950 to 2030, in which the data post 2005 are also projections.
The China population is increasing until it reaches its peak between 2025 and 2030 with around 1,500 millions people; yet, the number of population declines afterwards. In other words, the population growth rate for China decreases after 2030. Unlike China, the India population will continue to grow until 1,750 millions of people over the 100-year period while The United States shows an insignificant growth in the number of population over the 100-year period.
The second graph shows us that China population mostly lives in the rural areas as indicated the curve for the China rural is above the curve for the China urban. However, the graph has shown that the population has become more mobile and the urbanization rate increases overtime. After 2015, there will be more people living in the urban areas than in the rural areas for the China population. As well as for India, the population also mostly lives in the rural areas; yet, Unlike China, the majority of the population will still continue living in the rural areas.
India and China still have relatively high population growth rates while the United States successfully maintains its rate to be relatively low. China population is more mobile than the India population; therefore, the urbanization rate is higher for China than India.
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PostSubject: writing task   Mon Sep 01, 2008 9:02 am

the firstgraph is about population growth in india, china and in the us with years on the horizontal axis and the frequency on the vertical that is on the y-axis. where as the second graph indicates the urbanisation comparing only the two areas china and india taking the same parameters on the subsequent axis.
on the whole we should give appreciating rate to china why because it is reducing the populaton growth and in the matter of urbanisation it is just projecting.the next rating should be given to the us because it is showing a slow population growth in a planned manner. as india has't taken any stepsto reduce population and though it has taken it iseems to be not in practice it is clearly indicated that preventing population growth ion india is some what difficult. similar kind of comment can be given on the point of urbanisation.
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PostSubject: Re: Free IELTS descriptive report writing task submission   Mon Sep 08, 2008 12:54 pm

The graph shows the growth in population (in millions) among the three countries India, China and The US from 1950 to 2050.

In 1950 maximum population (approx 550 million) is found in China. Conversely, minimum population (approx 200 million) is observed in US. The middle position is occupied by India (approx 400 millions) in population. In US there is a slight increase in population and it reaches approx 400 millions in 2050. In others hands, rapid growth in population is found in China and in India. At 2050, India reaches approx 1,600 million whereas a slight decline in growth of population is found in China in 2025 and it reaches next to India in 2050.

The second graph shows the urbanizations in India and China. Population in cities remains similar for both India and China in 1950. Population increases sharply in urban areas of china and it reaches 900 millions in 2030 whereas India manages to reach only 500 millions. In rural areas it is a different scenario both the countries population decline as it reaches 2030.
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PostSubject: IELTS Writing One   Fri Sep 12, 2008 8:59 am

The first graph depicts the increase in population in US,China,India over the last 50 years and also provides a projection of how the population is expected to increase in these countries through 2050. The second graph provides insights into how urbanization has evolved in China and India over the last 50 years and projects urbanization figures that are likely to be reached in the two countries.

Taking a deeper look, the first graph reveals that china stands out in population control. US has had a pretty consistent population between 1950 and 2005 with just a marginal increase in population. There is however more control measures that have to be put in place considering that population is bound to increase by around 30% to reach 350 million by 2050.The trends are more alarming in India. Even though the future projections for population augmentation in India is relatively lesser compared to the exponential growth witnessed between 1950 and 2005, India needs to tighten its screws on population control to bring it down to acceptable levels. Interestingly China seems to have got population control measures right in spite of exponential growth in population in the last 50 years. China is expected to relinquish its position of the most populous nation to India by 2030.

Talking about urbanization, again China seems to have done it home work well. Urban china has evolved in the last 20 years at a pace of around 50% faster than what India has managed. While population in urban china is expected to account for 900 million by 2050, India is set to witness a slower rate of urbanization and urban India is expected to account for 600 million of the population. On the other hand population of rural India has consistently increased till date and it will not be until 2030 that the figures are expected to be close to steady state, leave alone reduction in numbers. China again proves its prowess in controlling the rural surge. The numbers have actually been decreasing since 1985 and is expected to further decrease in the next 25 years to 500 million.

To summarize, China's population control measures are the most robust and US, more particularly India have to catch up. Urbanization in China also has witnessed a dramatic growth, while India is making progress even though at a pace slower than what it would like to settle for.
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PostSubject: IELTS Writing One   Fri Sep 12, 2008 12:07 pm

The first graph depicts the population growth figures in China,India,USA between 1950 and 2050 with data after 2005 being projected.The second graph provides insights into how urbanization has evolved in China and India for almost the same time period as the first.

China stands out in population control.USA has had a pretty consistent population between 1950 and 2005 with just a marginal increase in population.The trends are more alarming in India. Even though future population growth is expected to be at a slower pace in comparison to
the humongous growth that was witnessed between 1950 and 2005,India needs to tighten its screws on population control. China is expected to
relinquish its position of being the most populous nation to India by 2030.

Urban china has evolved in the last 20 years at a pace of around 50% faster than what India has managed. While population in urban china is
expected to account for 900 million by 2050, India is set to witness a slower rate of urbanization, settling for 600 million of the population.On the other hand population of rural India has consistently increased till date while China's rural population has actually been decreasing since 1985 and is expected to further decrease in the next 25 years to 500 million.

To summarize, China's population control measures seem to be more robust and India has to catch up. Urbanization in China also has witnessed a dramatic growth, while India is making progress even though at a pace slower than what it would like to settle for.
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PostSubject: a letter to an employer   Sat Sep 20, 2008 10:46 pm

Dear Mr. Jones
Following to our talks about the agreed date for starting the new job as a Quality Manager, I should notify you of a problem.

Unfortunately I can not start my job on 15th September because I have to go abroad within next week. My daughter is living in Paris and she has come down with an accident. Doctors told me that she needs an operation on her legs and my consent is required. In addition she needs me beside herself after the operation.

I think I'll be back within 2 weeks and if everything go well I would be able to start my job on 25th September.

I would be so grateful if you agree with the delay and allow me to take up my position. I'm anxious to start my new job and it's so important for me.

Yours sincerely,
Nima Sedigh
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PostSubject: children's leisure activities must be educational or not?   Sat Sep 20, 2008 10:48 pm

Most of people have a lot of needs such as sleeping, eating, etc. and some other mental needs such as kindness, love and being loved, going to nature, humor, amusement, etc. These needs are more for children and young people in comparison with mature and old people. Responding to their needs is so important to build up their characteristic and to complete their growth.

Obviously education is one of the most important factors in our life that can build up our future. As we know the method of education that we have today is completely different from which was in the past. Today education is going to be more practical instead of just sitting behind a desk and listening to what the teacher says.

Today there are some educational programs that are done as an amusement in children's leisure time and are designed to be effective unintentionally. These programs are so useful and practical.

But in my point of view it doesn't need for all the activities to be educational because as I mentioned above, children have a variety of needs and feelings that are required to be responded. Therefore we should achieve equilibrium between education plans and leisure activities.

Children are full of energy which should be released in suitable ways such as sport or other amusements. If we don't let them to release their energy it can cause other problems.

To sum up, an appropriate plan should be set up for children including educational and leisure activities to cover their needs at most.
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PostSubject: essay   Sun Nov 09, 2008 10:49 am

over the years the population of India and china and going on a high note with china leading on a slight edge the same thing is happening with the urbanization but the rural areas of India is not matching up with the china as it shows up in the graphs.

The population of India over the years on increasing spree and it will catch up with china by 2025 as per the graph and the increasing of the population stats.

Where as the rural areas are still n
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PostSubject: population growth   Wed Nov 19, 2008 6:27 am

The first graph shows growth from year 1950 .graph shows that population of india,china and US is constantly increasing but for china it more than india and us.for US it is almost constant as compare to india and china and even very low growth rate. China's population is already very high in cmpare to india.in 1950 china had 500 million people than india had 300 mllion and US had less then 250 million people.According to the source india's poplation is increasing in such a way that till 1925 it will cross the growth of india.about the urbanisation ,second graph show that china is developing fast than india infact china have more rural area than india than also it succeding in advancment.graph shows that urbanisation is slowly increasing from 1950 then after 1985 it accelerate. in 1985 the population fo urban part of china was 200 million while for india it was 100million In 2005 urban population growth reached upto 500 million for china and 300 for india. if we look rural part ,for china it was maximam 800 million people living in rural part in 1985 and for india it was 600 million,but the population of rural part in india is constantly increasing,it reached upto 800 in 2005,but for china it is dereasing years by years.
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PostSubject: Population Growth and Urbanisation in India and China   Wed Nov 26, 2008 12:23 pm

One of the graphs shows the number of persons who were born in India, China and the US from 1950 to 1005 as well as some projections on the same topic, whereas the other graph shows the number of persons living in rural and urban parts of India and China in the same period of time.

We can see that in both, China and India, the population grew steadily from 1950 to 2005, having China slightly more persons, but that in the projection from around 2008 on, this tendency will be reversed. On the other hand we can see that the US has a lot less population than China or India.

The urbanisation graph shows that in China as in India, there were more people living in the country than in the cities. By 1985 there was an increase in the Chinese living in the cities and it is expected to continue growing. Although it is projected for Indians to follow this trend, it is not estimated to have as many persons as in China. In the rural area it is anticipated a completely different scheme. More Indians are expected to go to live to the country whereas more Chinese will go to the cities.
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