IELTS part.3 - Writing
Too much attention is given to headline-grabbing disasters like earthquakes and floods. Governments should concentrate their resource on educating people about the risk they face nearer to their home, which can cost far more lives.
|intro |TV news and broadsheets give too much attention to disasters and wars | |reason 1 |If we talk too much about disasters and natural catastrophes people become anxious. | |reason 2 |A second point is that governments should focus their actions on solving issues that involve | | |youths, like drug addiction and alcohol abuse. The best way to solve problems is to prevent them | | |from happening, that is educating the young generations. | |reason 3 |Governments should concentrate their resource on educating people about the risk they face nearer | | |their homes. In fact in developed countries we have too many deaths among youngsters caused by car | | |accidents, and major causes of deaths among adults caused by an unhealthy lifestyle. | |conclusion |To sum up, talking about disasters does not inspire confidence in people. The best way to deal with| | |disasters is to inform people about the causes and possibility a disaster might occur to them. |
TV news and broadsheets give too much attention to disasters and wars. This happens mainly because newspapers are eager to sell as many copies as possible. Beside news readers and TV editors are more interested in topping the audience score to earn money from advertising rather then giving the correct information.
If we talk too much about disasters and natural catastrophes people become anxious. In fact people's...
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