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ĐÃ CÓ: Đề 1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,14,17,18,19,21,23,24,28,30 3

WRTING TEST 18 3

ĐỀ SỐ 28 5

Writing Test 21 6

WRITING TEST 30 7

WRITING TEST 14 9

WRITING TEST 24 11

WRITING TEST 19 12

WRITING 11 13

WRITING TEST 17 14

WRITING TEST 5 15

WRITING TEST 6 16

WRITING TEST 7 17

WRITING TEST 8 18

WRITING TEST 9 20

WRITING TEST 3 21

WRITING TEST 4 23

WRITING TEST 10 24

WRITING TEST 1 25

WRITING TEST 2 27

WRITING TEST 12 29

WRITING TEST 13 31

WRITING TEST 15 33

WRITING TEST 16 36

WRITING TEST 20 38

WRITING TEST 22 39

WRITING TEST 42 42

WRITING TEST 44 44

WRITING TEST 29 46

Writing test 27 48


ĐÃ CÓ: Đề 1,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,14,17,18,19,21,23,24,28,30


THIẾU: 2,12,13,15,16,20,22,25,26,27,29

WRTING TEST 18


You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Read the following text from an article about smoking.


Medical studies have shown that smoking not only leads to health problems for the smoker, but also for people close by. For this reason, smoking should not be allowed in public places. Opponents argue that the forbiddance of smoking would possibly affect the freedom of choice or lead to the closure of many bars and pubs. However, supporters of this ban place people’s health problems at the top of the scale.

Now, write an essay to an educated reader to discuss your opinions about whether public smoking should be banned or not. Include reasons and any relevant examples to support your answer. You should write at least 250 words.

Essay:


Medical studies have shown that smoking not only leads to health problems for the smoker, but also for people close by. As a result of this, many believe that smoking should not be allowed in public places. Although there are arguments on both sides, I strongly agree that a ban is the most appropriate course of action.

Opponents of such a ban argue against it for several reasons. Firstly, they say that passive smokers make the choice to breathe in other people’s smoke by going to places where it is allowed. If they would prefer not to smoke passively, then they do not need to visit places where smoking is permitted. In addition, they believe a ban would possibly drive many bars and pubs out of business as smokers would not go there anymore. They also argue it is a matter of freedom of choice. Smoking is not against the law, so individuals should have the freedom to smoke where they wish.

However, there are more convincing arguments in favour of a ban. First and foremost, it has been proven that tobacco consists of carcinogenic compounds which cause serious harm to a person’s health, not only the smoker. Anyone around them can develop cancers of the lungs, mouth and throat, and other sites in the body. It is simply not fair to impose this upon another person. It is also the case that people’s health is more important than businesses. In any case, pubs and restaurants could adapt to a ban by, for example, allowing smoking areas . 

In conclusion, it is clear that it should be made illegal to smoke in public places. This would improve the health of thousands of people, and that is most definitely a positive development.

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