پرسش رایتینگ بالا از کتاب کمبریج آیلتس 10 بخش آزمون جنرال ب آورده شده و در زیر یک پاسخ برای اون نوشتم. نسخه بلند پاسخ 423 واژه و نسخه کوتاه آن که با پاک کردن واژه های میان دو کمانک() بدست می آید 323 واژه است. در ادامه پاسخ در سطح نمره 9 از خود کتاب کمبریج آورده شده که کوشش میکنم واژه و عبارت های سودمند و یا واژه هایی که از آنهایی آگاهی نداشتم رو بیرون آورده و فهرست کنم.
Adv = Learn more, choice of play
Dis = Too much playing, No satisfaction
Before children have to spend their time in the school, they enjoy considerable amount of free time for playing with their toys which normally are purchased by their parents. Some parents tend to buy rather huge number of toys to show their passion for their offspring or simply their wealth to others. But is this habit always beneficial or can it be sometimes even detrimental? This essay attempts to examine this issue and discuss its advantages and drawbacks.
On one hand, there is no doubt that some toys are designed to teach children rather than simply keep them busy and waste their time. Chosen carefully, this sort of toys provide an opportunity for children to not only acquire more knowledge compare to their peers, but also become prepared for their schools later in their lives and function more effectively as primary and secondary students. Moreover, children can simply have a wider range of toys to choose from when they do not feel satisfied with one or several of them anymore, which is a common occurrence with children before school. (This can lead to more satisfaction in children and probably help to make an strong bond with their parents and cooperate with them more than before. It is not hard to notice around us that popular mothers and fathers are most of the time those who choose to fill the house with many dolls, plastic cars and video games.)
However, having large number of toys is not always beneficial and do not translate to a better parenting. First consequence of having a large number of toys is the time children will spend playing with them. This simply leaves no room for doing other necessary things like taking part in different classes such as painting or swimming and doing outdoor activities with other children or parents. Not everything that is to learn can be gained through playing with toys and there would be a void in the personality of those who spend majority of their time only playing and not communicating with others. (Secondly, human can not be satisfied with the same items for long and as a result, some children who possess the best toys available in market may lose interest altogether and gain no satisfaction from playing in general sooner than others)
To sum up, although buying a lot of toys for children can heave the benefit of teaching them something new and provide them with more choices, it can simply waste their time and result in less communication with those around them. (423/323)