Wednesday, January 26, 2011

TOEFL Essay - Country and city kids are brought up

Q. It is better for children to grow up in the countryside than in a big city. Do you agree or disagree? Use specific reasons and examples to develop your essay.

I disagree that any environment is central to raising children. We know that children belong in many environments. Where are they found mostly, walking. Children are found against the sidewalk. Sidewalks exist in most large cities and small towns. We keep children against the sidewalks regardless of upbringing.

Oh, what corporate gleaming strudels of a large city these skyscrapers mask actually. They rise upwards, their brochures declare their roominess, but we need much new arrival room. Put it in furnished apartments seems better than dropping them along residential corridors outside the city. In this fashion, we can all rank on an audience expectation spectrum while residing in a rigid metropolis. The city is an honest to goodness sign. Serviced apartments attract new skills and talented individuals from all over the nation. These buildings are fully laden with furniture, coverage and are usually cleaned and repaired. This means that problems are duly and quickly fixed.

In general, contact a real estate broker to find a fully furnished apartment for rent and be sure to request locations in the city that you favor. Attempting to find temporary corporate housing without a broker can be daunting. This is what the country will do. You should avoid this endeavor. Once you understand that brokers discover the best temporary corporate housing, signing the lease is simple. Your broker will facilitate the process and will help you through the hoops of processes of renting.

Yet another benefit to renting a fully furnished apartment is that you have no in-house worries. This is not true in the country, where in-house worries encroach. All dents and dings are usually covered, and all dust and dirty cleaned and swept away. In the country though, dust and dents invade. Children will have to preoccupy themselves with these tasks.

TOEFL? Clarify this please.

What is this TOEFL business? What are these TOEFL essays I bombard you with?

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

TOEFL Essay - earth is harmed

Q. Some people believe that the Earth is being harmed (damaged) by human activity. Others feel that human activity makes the Earth a better place to live. What is your opinion? Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

I do believe in the harm done to the earth, and the people who are exacting it. I don't trust them. I feel that activity increases our anger, and some people deeply involved in action to harm the earth understand the action as necessary in a much more heartfelt way than those who venture to save the planet and still do it.

Many of our bright engineers harmfully pursue a scorched earth strategy in hunting for novelties. Many novelties are not in the We seriously harm it. When technology is created, getting inside the earth and pushing outward, it uses the earth markets to make more copies. We scour for gadgets, and we go to war and supply full minerals. We dig for minerals to put into our computers. Years later, we regret these actions. Huge vitamin companies are willing to painstakingly process ingredients so that these are efficiently carried throughout our bodies. But there is no equivalent that the earth can really speak of. I will now speak to truth to my best ability.

I wanted to be ignorant, and speak of mere shoes. But the earth yelled when I ran across its face. I was aware of the harm I had done in my logging profession. Harnessed in twilight, the forest holding, then let loose. With a chainsaw in my hand, everything quieter when it kicks off. I logged. I was aware of the league of necessity and trial. We had for long emphasized our harm of nature that damage became the only thing we knew to do.

Many hauling their quarry out of the woods had this look of sheer awareness, that what they do ravages. This look is conveyed through the lens, too. But then, subtly, an interaction with music, a sound from their headphones, inside of a technological trumpeted sound is a small being dead.

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

TOEFL Essay - bicycles, automobiles then airplanes

Q. Choose one of the following transportation vehicles and explain why you think it has changed people's lives.
• automobiles
• bicycles
• airplanes


Modes of transportation have changed lives. In some cases they've made our world a better place. All masteries of bicycles, automobiles and airplane contribute to the fascination we have with endless motion. I will discuss three types of getting around and how they've changed our time here.

Bicycles moved men and women from walking on two feet to holding handlebars and seated. Pedestrian gain power over larger masses on the street. On bikes, men and women become full of aggression, and assume the rules of the road. No longer walking, humans have earned a whole set of rules foreign to their walking cousins.

Automobiles power us to move. Everyone buys one so that they can be powered. Now, we can choose from a great pool of cars. They even have the automobiles which are manufactured custom. This car fits to your body exactly. Your curves are cushioned in a way no other vehicle can. Knee room, headroom, and your arms reach the radio dial comfortably. You turn to mystery channels easily. You can hear the voice while driving. Our lives have changed because we can hear voices and drive automobiles.

Airplanes are singular motions in the sky. Nothing made of artificial sense survives there. Planes taking off at diverse hours stay free and isolated in bottomless refraction of denying the oblivious. We look out and see the dots of counties and wonder what adherence we do to rock. Grown lotteries, these avionics. It's a chance physics might kick it, and then the interesting relay happens.

Humans have seen themselves bend double for street gear, turn dials in fancy machines, and learn to tray their electronics during take off and landing. Technology asks us to follow precise rules. Or usually the comeuppance is swift and saws into us. Just think of the first time a gear tears into a body. If you don't stow your gadgets, interference results and we don't get a redo. For some technology, we've learned that redoing the landing isn't considerate.

Sunday, January 09, 2011

TOEFL Essay - The 21st Century

Q. The 21st century has begun. What changes do you think this new century will bring? Use examples and details in your answer.

The 21st century is already on top of us. This first decade has really held us down by the wrists in a way that doesn't win friends. This decade hasn't been serving up amiable relations, and I don't see change likely. What science fiction writers dreamed would be an intergalactic jubilee of togetherness has ventured off into the shoe store of cheesy and smelly unshowered consumerism where different styles vie for our spending.

Robots are useful in movies. Each arm and leg movement works as a translator to human goods. These mechanisms are sometimes cheeky, and sometimes they err in ways that advance the plot. Surprisingly, a robot saves a person within each sci-fi novel while other robots simultaneously work to thwart human life's continuity. Imagine in the winter as a salt truck pours down the street next to the silent basketball court if there were robots with medicine next to robots with human piercing weaponry. There might be prison robots, some for enforcing, some for medication and still others for love. This is not the future we've been given, however. Robots now make goods. That is all they do. These goods' lives culminate being fought over if they're popular or returned to distributors if they aren't. Robots lead lives of quiet inability to program robot arms in an intelligent way. Technology in the 21st century, instead of being raised to the sublime, has fallen to the most mundane of uses.

The great party we all expected in 1999 to happen in 2009 never came to fruition. Instead, we stood around in plumes of dust. In a rather lack of bizarre balancing acts, our tables have been moved farther apart. Elbow room is what we now require. Shoulder our arms, each table a matte fortress. The robots are in the kitchen, where we cannot interface, preparing our meals. They don't even do that. These robots grind used food into compost, and we cheer that. We accept that ta robotic swirling blade performs no more function than to grind up orange rinds. This resignation, sounds like we should be so disgusted.

Monday, January 03, 2011

TOEFL Essay - freedom, security or independence

Q. Which do you feel is more important in your life: security or freedom and independence? Use reasons and specific examples to support your opinion.

Keeping your rooftop secure, now that's a goal to set. Maintaining freeing theories and worldviews, that can help out the most downtrodden. There are probably people under them, and under them. Independent from all fetters, we find we imbue each resulting task with a quick resolve, regardless of whether this resolve is pantomime. Of these three paths, we judge it more judicious to sell ourselves on freedom, since our free minds push the other two. The security of your homeland security might reach some deafening sounds. If the noise is too atrocious, it counteracts with how many flags we wave. And so, in this way, security stomps freedom, which only adds to the rising importance of this free idea.

Crowds love to wave flag. Each person has a flag in their face that they're free to wave. If you squint your eyes and view this multitude, one big flag can be seen, sending a large message to other groups and causing disagreements. Freedom is the goal that gets large numbers to hide behind the flag because this latter is useful. Flags are utilities. If you want greater freedom, simply rile airwaves with ideas that the flag is there for win freedom, and that wrapping ourselves in the flag makes us breathable. If listeners understand that the flag is hurt, it means the colors are running to where there is security. But in the end, we are free to run. This freedom motivates our legs to get far away.

Especially if you splash a flag across a magazine, a newspaper, or even a small bathing suit, there are ways to use freedom. The flag spells freedom. You are free to wave it, and others are free to object. But these others cannot threaten with harassing gestures. If you want the most work done, instilling freedom into us is a way to exploit in a way that benefits and trims us. There can be no security if there is no community.