نمونه شماره سی و دو رایتینگ تسک 2 آیلتس
IELTS WRITING TASK 2 SAMPLE 032
WRITNG TASK 2
Should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
Although modern life has brought with it improvements in people’s standard of living, people are not generally happy with their lives. Do you agree or disagree?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
You should write at least 250 words.
In many countries, modern life has improved people’s standards of living, but generally people seem to be not happy with their lives. This can be regarded as a surprise with the level of prosperity at a historic high. I will show that improvements in people’s living conditions do not necessarily advance people’s overall feeling of happiness as there might be many other factors which are possibly more important.
To begin, happiness is hard to be defined as different people may have very different concepts of happiness, but direct correlating standard of living with happiness is likely to be oversimplifying their relationship. While good life conditions certainly contribute to happiness, people in poor countries frequently express a surprisingly high level of happiness in opinion polls. For some people, fulfilling work and social relationships probably add more to happiness than being able to afford luxury goods.
Furthermore, people might not even compare their current standards of living to the standard of the past. Instead, they are more likely to see how they are catching up with their neighbors or community. Hence, in their perception their standards of living might even seem to be not as high as the ones of their peers. In addition, in countries with high standards of living, an improvement might not make a major difference to individual's living standards.
Also, economic advancement comes with some side effects for the entire society and individuals. While it improves prosperity it can hurt other social requirements and needs. There might be more traffic and pollution. Everybody might face higher pressures as well as greater levels of complexity in the work place and might find less time to spend with families and friends.
Happiness is humankind‘s never-ending quest and improving living standards is probably not the only or even the central key to it. Economists are already looking for a more suitable way of measuring happiness than wealth. Personally, I think people and societies in the future should focus less on economic advancement but on more sustainable ways to reach happiness.
In this contemporary world, the needs of an individual have been changing consequently. The standard of satisfaction is always a question. Since, human greed never end, there is an abundant things in list which, a person is after to achieve. I would like to present few examples and consequences which demonstrate my view point.
Living comforts are always a never fulfilling aspect of a person. For instance, if one has a car, the desire for a better version of it will be there. Henceforth, many inventions, innovations and more sophisticated technological development taking place. Hence, men's greed is mother of inventions.n in his society. For example, CEOs, Managers, scientists, politicians are considered as most respected persons in a community these days. The respect in society is always a major factor of a person. Even in past where, soldiers, priests, kings were high categorized personalities. To demonstrate, the Japanese 'Samurai' in past were known for their pride and respect. They used to kill themselves for losing in battle. similarly, in these day of high competition where it`s a hard task for a person to keep his reputation alive, its where the mental tensions for better position plays.
The contrary need of city and suburban people is a most compelling evidence to show the men's desire is never satisfying. Hence, it`s an aim less persuade for happiness.