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IELTS PART 2 - READING PRINTED NEWSPAPERS/ BOOKS OR READING ONLINE?


Ranee 2 / 6 3  
Sep 27, 2021   #1
In the future, nobody will read printed newspapers or books because they will be able to read everything they want online without paying.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?


(Write at least 250 words)

The technological and digital advancement has brought about numerous development in human society and apparently, media - communication is not an exception. The swift popularity of televisions, computers, smart phones and other modern technological devices has switched people's habit of reading printed newspapers or books to reading online without being charged. In my point of view, this trend will increasingly be prevalent in the near future because of the advantages of easy access and good savings.

First of all, reading online now is easier than ever when people can access to the latest news or updated books by utilizing smart phones or computers which are mostly must - own items for everybody. Comparing to commuting to bookstores, libraries or newspapers shops to get a real printed version, picking information online is much more convenient. Furthermore, by going online, readers are able to seek for specific information they need and even watch related videos or hear relevant audios, which is far more lively and enjoyable.

In addition, the fee for accessing online newspapers now is almostly free of charge while people have to pay for traditional printed newspapers if they have needs for them. In addition, it also takes time and money for paper delivering and distributing service, which is somehow costly. For books, there are currently phone applications and devices for reading books online such as Google Books, Apple Books, Watpad or Kindle in which you can have access to many books with minimal costs compared to printed form.

In a nutshell, online reading offers readers numerous benefits such as handy accessibility and low cost. I believe that this new form of reading will soom became prominent and gradually alter traditional printed books and newspapers.
Holt  Educational Consultant - / 11,700 3784  
Oct 9, 2021   #2
this trend will increasingly be prevalent

Prompt deviation. you are not responding to the given question which is,

TO WHAT EXTENT DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THIS STATEMENT?

. Sadly, this improper understanding of the discussion focus shall result in a failing discussion compliance score. You cannot create your own discussion topic. You must provide a discussion in response to the given presentation at all times.

While you will receive a score for the remaining sections, you cannot expect to be given a passing score when you have proven an inability to understand/comprehend English instructions. That is an automatic failure on your part. since the reverse paraphrase commits the same mistake, it is clear that this is a comprehension problem and not an oversight meant to be corrected in the end.
indah13 2 / 1  
Oct 12, 2021   #3
@Ranee
Hi ranee, lemme help you
this question is TO WHAT EXTENT DO YOU AGREE OR DISAGREE WITH THIS STATEMENT?
but I did not find the way you explain whether you are agree or disagree
OP Ranee 2 / 6 3  
Oct 13, 2021   #4
@Holt
Thank you for your feedback.

It's very helpful to realize the ambiguity in my answer to the given question whether I agree or disagree with the statement in the Introduction paragraph. I really appriciate your opinion.

However, I think I made it quite clear in the following paragraphs that I agree with the statement with by 2 supporting points/reasons.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Ranee

@indah13

Yep, thank you for your comment.


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