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Name: An
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May 9, 2024
Writing Feedback / Cinema attendance : by age group in Great Britain [2]

The diagram provides a breakdown of the percentage of cinema attendance by 4 age groups from 1984 to 2000 in Great Britain.
Overall, there was an increase in the share of people who enjoyed film at cinema in all age groups, with the age group from 15-24 witnessing the most sharp rise and this group consistently had the highest percentage.

The proportion of people aged 14-25 who attended cinema started at just over 15%, after which it experienced a significant growth to peak at around 58% in 1999, before ending the period at just below 55%. Similar changes, but to a lesser extent was seen in the figure for the age group 35 and older that it went up gradually from nearly 0% to below 15% in 2000.

Only approximately 4% people who were 25-35 years old went to watch movies at cinema in 1984, with a subsequent climb to above 30% at the end of the period. The figure for 7-14 age group saw a simmilar variation, rising considerably from 10% to the same share of 25-35 age category in 2000.

In conclusion, teenagers seemed to be more interested in experiencing movies at cinema than people of other ages.

May 5, 2024
Writing Feedback / Information technology is changing many aspects of lives and now dominates our home, leisure, work [2]

In this modern age, technology is being applied in many fields, making people's lives vary significantly. Apparently, it appears to have a lot of advantages which are completely superior to those of humans, but everything has its drawbacks and technology is not an exception.

Firstly, it cannot be denied that technology is becoming more important in life. This is because of the fact that technology can now help people do many things which they may do not have time to do or they do not have the ability to do it as accurately and well as it does. .. For example, over the years, people are increasingly having some automatic machines in their houses like cleaning machine in order to mop and sweep their floors, for they are too busy with their work. Moreover, technology can also be applied in entertainment industry that people are manipulating it to create games with fascinating virtual worlds or cartoons with beautiful graphics for relaxation purposes Furthermore, in factories, hi-tech machines can even replace humans in several stages of producing process to improve efficiency because its accuracy is better than their, and using it is much cheaper than hiring employees to do.

However,if we overuse technology, it can lead to negative results. With its convenience, people are likely to depend on machines; therefore, they gradually lose their ability to do even easy housework on their own. Besides, there is a more serious problem which is unemployment. With the ability to replace humans in work activities, this will probably make a large number of people unemployed, causing unstable politics and vices. For example, if people don't have a job to earn money for life, they may commit some illegal acts like stealing or robbing.

In conclusion,in my opinion, despite all the disadvantages, technology's strengths are more significant. Though, people should find out how to use it properly.
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