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IELTS WRITING TASK 2 SAMPLE 098
WRITNG TASK 2
Should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Write about the following topic:
In some countries today, there is an attitude that "anyone can do it" in the arts- music, literature, acting, art, etc. As a result, people with no talent become rich and famous and genuine talent is not valued or appreciated. 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.
From time immemorial art was performed and appreciated by the society. Throughout the history inborn talents have been rewarded. It is argued that popularity sticks to people who doesn’t deserve. However, I agree that immaculate skills always get applauds and lasts forever. From the following paragraph I would like to substantiate my view points.
To begin with, art forms are pure in its origin. To illustrate, Indian singer Santhosh Subramanyam has an excellent voice that cannot be compared. This makes it clear that no one else can compete with his blessed talent by adding water into it. As this shows genuine talent is remembered and rewarded years after years. In addition to this, various types of arts has its traditional influence. As a result, anyone cannot perform it in its clear manner as that of a real player. To exemplify, Kathakali is an art form performed in its real format only by the authentic sources. Thus it is revealed that this capability is achieved only as a legacy. It is obvious from this that art forms cannot be replaced by frauds.
On the flip side, tremendous illegal intruders get involved into the art forms to gain material prosperity. In fact, their approach has only a short span of life. As a result, they are devalued by the society detecting their regressive phenomena.
To recapitulate, I strongly state that talents and age old passions may not surrender in any situation from dawn to dusk. It has been proven that art holds the perfect place of honor. Thus it is predicted that art forms are preserved in this techno-savvy world.