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Task 1: The charts below show the percentage of people working in different sectors in town A and town B in 1960, 2010.
The pie charts set out the proportion of people employed in three different sectors in the two unspecified Town A and Town B in 1960 and 2010. Overall, over the given period, manufacturing-related jobs were less popular in both towns, whereas the service sector showed an opposite pattern, and positions in sales underwent a downward trend in Town A but not Town B. It is also clear that by 2020, whilst the service sector outstripped manufacturing as the dominant job sector in Town A, manufacturing, despite undergoing a decrease, remained the most common in Town B.
In both towns, services experienced the most substantial rise, with its figure undergoing a more than twofold leap from 29% to 64% in Town A, and from 10% to 25% in Town B. Opposite patterns are evident in manufacturing as its percentage halved from 41% to 20% in Town A, and in Town B it also underwent a drop, albeit milder, to 53%, which still accounted for the majority of jobs.
In the meantime, sales-related jobs were reduced by half from 30% to 16% in Town A. It was not the case in Town B, however, when its figure rose marginally from 20% to 22%.
Task 2: People are having more and more sugar-based drinks. What are the reasons? What are the solutions to make people drink less.
Modern conditions1 such as diabetes and related health problems are probably associated with the upward trend towards consuming sugary drinks2 on a daily basis. Two of the main causes will thus be explored, and light will be shone on one possibly effective measure to deal with this consumption.
Appetite seems to be the most important factor contributing to this increasing tendency3. It has been customary for decades for sugar-based beverages2 to be an indispensable part of modern life, ranging from parties and ceremonies to even small daily snacks. It is now not unusual to see soft drinks nearly everywhere on earth4.
Another essential causal factor is hospitality as a social etiquette. Many people are not really interested in sweet drinks, but when they are welcomed with such drinks, they find it hard to reject them. Simply saying no might hurt the host5.
For the aforesaid reasons, the best solution is to make an effort to change this drinking habit. Challenging as it is, we have to figure out how to do so. Suddenly stopping this practice would be impractical, so it would be advisable to advocate the reduction of sugar amounts in drinks and gradually replacing them with sugar-free drinks is not impossible.
In conclusion, whether people are fond of drinking sugary beverages or not, everyone needs to be aware of the danger of diabetes and related problems. It is time they halted and adopted a heathier habit. Although we are still not scientically sure of what causes diabetes6, it is safer and wiser not to consume too much sugar.
1. modern conditions: những căn bệnh hiện đại
2. sugary drinks / sugar-based beverages: những thức uống có đường
3. Appetite seems to be the most important factor contributing to this increasing tendency: sự ăn ngon miệng có lẽ là nhân tố quan trọng nhất góp phần lý giải cho xu thế gia tăng này
4. It is now not unusual to see soft drinks nearly everywhere on earth: giờ không còn ai lạ lẫm gì khi thấy nước ngọt (bày bán) ở gần như tất cả mọi ngóc ngách trên trái đất
5. Simply saying no might hurt the host: đơn giản là từ chối có thể làm phật lòng gia chủ
6. are still not scientifically sure of what causes diabetes: vẫn chưa biết chắc về mặt khoa học là cái gì gây ra bệnh tiểu đường
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