Sunday, March 13, 2011

TOEFL Essay - Banks and DMVs

Q. A foreign visitor has only one day to spend in your country. Where should this visitor go on that day? Why? Use specific reasons and details to support your choice.


Finding important sites worthy of your day-long visit only spells difficulty. Were a foreign visitor passing through going to a bank and then to a Department of Motor Vehicles would be a suggestion. This trip would be fruitful and what this individual could do to come away with a solid idea of the USA.

Money really holds all true value. Value slips through the hands of your tight wallet. You need faces printed on greenish cotton. Each moment money relaxes in a place without spending, haven't you ever felt inertia? Banks money pillars. Contemplate how money in a certain country is treated. If money is treated well, you have found a good place to spend.

A US bank's sparse standing room area offers no room to rest your bones. Tip your hat to the health industry. A doctor will adjust your back and knees. Adorned with small tables for quick calculations, these aren't signs of security. The bank is arrogant that what's stowed either no one will steal or is valueless. Banks have no more secret areas where countless millions are stored. When you deposit money it's take to the back room where employees thumb through it and then it's sent into a subterranean tube. Millions are computerized. US banks do not fall into the tube, only the product does. Aside from what's in the ground, there is no product. Just gassy foam that money becomes as it flies from your wallet. Without seats there is no solace or resting while this flight occurs.

The Department of Motor Vehicles reveals how democratic processes work. Regulation will always stand there, lining up ordered and full of gumption. You pay and you get a document with your picture on it. Now you exist officially. The roles at work here are employees who dole out the authority required to make you exist. Once you benefit from this largesse, you're ready to reap the benefits of US life. We need identification and this is the place to get to it inside of a regulatory framework.