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雅思高分范围 旅游类


1 In the past, people used to travel to see the difference from their home country. However, the sceneries in places around the world seem similar nowadays. What are the causes of these similarities? Do you think that the advantages of this similarity outweigh the disadvantage? 为什么现在各地的景色都很相似呢?这种现象好处多还是坏处多

2 International tourism has become a huge industry in the world. Are the problems that international travelers cause great than the advantages they bring? 类似:8 Some people think international tourism brings more problems than benefits. To what extend do you agree or disagree? 国际旅游利大于弊还是弊大于利

3 International tourism is now the biggest industry in the world. Unfortunately, it brings tension rather than understanding between the people from different cultures. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion? 国际旅游带给不同地区人们之间的关系紧张而不是理解吗? 类似:7 Some people think tourists should follow the behaviors and of the local people. To what extend do you agree? 游客是跟随当地习俗吗? 6 Nowadays, international tourism is the biggest industry in the word. Unfortunately, international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

4 Some people think that cultural traditions may be destroyed when they are used as money-making attractions aimed at tourists. Other believes it is the only way to save these traditions.Discuss on both sides and give your opinion. 当传统被用作赚钱的旅游项目时,它会被破坏吗?还是这是唯一的保护方式呢

5 Some people point out that there will be less international travel in the future. Do you think it is a positive or negative trend? 以后国际旅游会减少。这种趋势积极还是消极?

In the past, people used to travel to see the difference from their home country. However, the sceneries in places around the world seem similar nowadays. What are the causes of these similarities? Do you think that the advantages of this similarity outweigh the disadvantage?

International becomes increasingly popular in present age. People regard it as a good way to relax both physically and mentally. However, this trend is accompanied with many complains that similarities of the sceneries considerably reduce the delights of the travel. Globalization, in my mind, is the greatest culprit. As is called, globalization unifies the world in many different aspects. Girls in Shanghai can be witnessed to have the same street look as those in Paris and Milan; KFC & Pizza Huts are popular in Bangkok as they are back in California; the amazing film 〈 2012 〉 preemed internationally at the same moment. Tourist attractions, cannot escape from this sweeping trend. Therefore, it is quite normal to hear the comment from a tourist in Hong Kong, claiming that what he/she has seen is just the same as in Tokyo. This phenomenon, to me, is a depressing one. People may have sacrificed too many of their culture identities for this. Culture is our ancestors’ most treasurable heritage that is supposed to be passed on from generation. It would be disastrous if people could only recall those busy shopping streets instead of the traditional lanes and houses after their trip in Shanghai. And I remember how frustrated I was when I found most of the souvenirs in the Island Bali could be brought back Shanghai-those delicate wooden sculptures really seemed far less appealing to me. To sum up, the trend of globalization is inevitable. I firmly take the opinion that both the local government and the public make coordinate efforts in protecting and preserving their unique cultural features. Only in this way, will not global tourism turn to be boring and pointless

International tourism has become a huge industry in the world. Are the problems that international travelers cause great than the advantages they bring?

With the general decrease in travelling costs, international travel is becoming more prevalent. For a variety of reasons and with great frequency, people are travelling to other countries. International visitors bring their own range of behaviours and customs to the countries they visit. I believe the advantages international travelers bring to the countries they choose to visit outweigh the negatives. Unfortunately, all countries have within them people who exhibit undesirable behaviour. The vociferous minority seem to leave an impression in the minds of people in host counties. Whether it be leaving the hotel room in a complete mess, or loudly arguing about matter with a local person, international visitors are sometimes a poor advertisement for their counties. This is certainly the negative side of international visitors. However, the far greater impression international visitors leave is a good one. Typically, international visitors bring with them money which they inject into the local economy they are visiting which is excellent for business. They can also educate the local people about what life is like in other part of the world. These international travellers are like “ambassadors” for their county and can cause others to want to visit their country—this brings with its obvious economic benefits as well. In addition, international visitors can help others to see things from a different perspective and, often, improve on the way things are down. Problems can arise from international visitors however, the benefits they bring to the countries thy visit are greater. International visitors around the world will continue to impact the countries to which they travel, it is up to the individual to make sure the example they set is a good one.

International tourism is now the biggest industry in the world. Unfortunately, it brings tension rather than understanding between the people from different cultures. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Among the forces contributing to the tension behind these cross cultural encounters, those of language barriers are perhaps the most prominent. Communication with foreigners has always been difficult and may lead to misunderstandings even with the help of tour guide or interpreter. Then, differences in customs and traditions may also produce quite a lot of unpleasantness during a journey. In many Muslim counties, for example, pork and wine are never served because of a taboo against them. This may be particularly difficult to adapt to for a traveler who is planning a long term stay. Similarly, a western women traveling to the Middle East may find it annoying to have to wear headscarf. What’s more, different usage of measurements may cause difficulty in communication. When referring to distant, for instance, Americans tend to use “miles”, which may cause some difficulty in understanding to people who use “kilometers”. Apart from these tensions caused by cultural differences, international tourism may also lead to conflicts between tourists and local community. International tourism brings huge numbers of travelers from all over the world to a local community who may prefer to peacefully without disruption from the outside world. However, noise, congestion and pollution always accompany international tourist to environment and culture of the regions thy visit. Undeniably, international tourism is among the foremost vehicles for cultural exchange and proves to be an effective way to boost a region economic growth. However, before the cultural gap that exists between the home and foreign destination can be bridged and “hospitable tourism” becomes a global practice, it always creates tension rather than understanding along the trip. .

Some people think that cultural traditions may be destroyed when they are used as money-making attractions aimed at tourists. Other believes it is the only way to save these traditions. Discuss on both sides and give your opinion.

In many places, cultural traditions are destroyed because they are being commercialized for profits. For example, the moment a tourist sets foot on a place of attractions, he is always first welcomed by a crowed of peddlers or a line of peddlers or a line of shops selling souvenirs and handicrafts that are often fake and overpriced. What’s more, in the peak tourist seasons, there are just so many visitors that even the remotest island turns into a noisy market. Those who are expecting a quiet cultural journey may finally end up seeing the same hustle and bustle in a modern city. There are, however, arguments for setting up money-making attractions in a tourist area. We can’t afford to renovate historical buildings if they were not visited at a price. If traditional skills and lifestyles were not presented to visitors in an impressive way, they might soon be forgotten. For many parts of the world tourism becomes a major source of income and helps to save the local culture from dying out. In the globalizing society, people pay increasing attention to protect tradition. As a result, some people may argue whether it is appropriate to regard it as a way to attract travelers and make money. As far as I concerned, in the world full of competition, counties must utilize what have these values to boost their economy and finance. However, in the meatime, this development can not be at the expense of destroying their own culture. In conclusion, traditions being use as attractions can conserve themselves as well as may lead to be damaged to some extent. So we should find the right balance between the development and culture protection.

Some people point out that there will be less international travel in the future. Do you think it is a positive or negative trend?

In present age society, travel has been more common than before. It becomes a sport and entertainment for people’s leisure time. However, it is said there would be less cross country travel in the near future. As far as I concerned, this trend will not be positive. Cutting down non-essential travelling flights can definitely save the planet immeasurable barrels of crude oil, which shows human’s care and love for the nature. Environmental-friendly mindsets are no doubt very welcome in today’s world which is characterized by all kinds of crisis—including the energy one. Additionally, safety problems caused by travel-related crime are never concerned if international travel is no longer the choice for a holiday plan. The above scenario seems quite pleasant. However, for that, a lot of fun is sacrificed. Watching “Travel Log” on travel channel can hardly of people something special about where the history happened, or the real thrilling taste on tongue from the local dishes. How can viewing plan metric scenes on mass media compete with standing on Catherine the Great’s Doorstep at St. Petersburg’s Winter Palace or walking all along the Great Wall in China? People learn the beauty of he world by experiencing them, don’t they? What’s more, reducing international travel would adversely influence regions and counties where tourism is the backbone industry. This revenue decrease could have lead to another inning of economic crisis in counties like Malaysia or Thailand, and inevitably, economy would be hindered on a global basis in today’s globalized world. To concluded, cross-boundary travel is fairly important to both individuals’ life as the whole world’s economy. Is better not to spoil the ship for a half-penny-worth of tar.

Some people think international tourism brings more problems than benefits. To what extend do you agree or disagree? International tourism has been booming since the end of the Cold War era. Yet more negative comments can be heard about it now. Complaints about this industry are mostly concerned with the ecological damage it may cause such as trash on the streets and in the parks. However, promotion of ecotourism seems to have made international tourists increasing aware of irresponsible, eco-unfriendly acts (e. g. , littering) and have relieved the ecological side effects of international tourism effectively. As for the claim that tourism may result in travelers’ disrespect for the local culture, I seriously question its legitimacy. As we all probably know, international travel is always a major investment-that is, the money, time and energy spent during an overseas trip amount to very high costs. I doubt that many people would like to pay such high costs for traveling to a place whose culture they dislike or even despise. On the other hand, the benefits that international tourism can yield are truly overwhelming. Cultural communication between countries has been strengthened as tourists can learn about the local culture and spread their own culture by interacting with the local residents during their trips, which surely promotes mutual understanding and friendship. International tourism can be economically beneficial as well because it contribute to local people’s incomes and the government revenue. Part of this money can then be used by the locals to protect the culture heritage such as ancient structures. In conclusion, it seems to me that the negative effect of international tourism can be reduced if the international tourists are better prepared for their overseas trips culturally.

Some people think tourists should follow the behaviors and of the local people. To what extend do you agree? People still have mixed views about whether tourists should follow the local customs and behaviors. Some people think that tourists should keep their own behavior and customs when they travel in other countries. In their view, tourists are consumers. Their trips will contribute much to the destination countries tourism industry, which spurs economic growth. Therefore, the tourists should be with respected and valued as customers. There is no need for them to follow the rules in the place that they visit. Further, it maybe highly inconvenient if tourists follow the behaviors and customers of the local residents as tourists tend to know little about foreign country’s customs before they say in this country for a while. Then how can the locals expect the tourists to behave like themselves? Many individuals strongly oppose with these attitude, though. They think if tourists do not follow the local way of life, they may make serious mistakes, which in turn may cause clashes between the guests and the hosts. For example, Asian tourists may make their waiters or waitresses very upset if they do not follow the age-old custom of tipping after they have meals in North American restaurants. As a matter of fact, if tourists follow the customers of local people, they get to really experience and understand different cultures, which is probably the primary intended goal of most overseas trips. My own view is, overall, travelers should honor and cherish the cultural identity of their destination while being expected to hold on their own, which will make both the hosts and the guests feel respected and value.

Nowadays, international tourism is the biggest industry in the word. Unfortunately, international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

The growth of tourism and the numbers of people traveling to other countries for their vacations has led to debate as to whether this is beneficial. I believe that there are many problems that arise out of the tourists of the industry, and will examine these in detail. Many people argue that travel broaden the mind. However, these statement does not fully hold water. I would argue that spending a few weeks in another country is not long enough to gain a proper understanding of an alien culture. A foreigner visiting Britain might be met with the traditional British reserve, and mistakenly conclude that the British are unfriendly. Further more, some people are unwilling to open their minds. A western traveler to an Arab country is unlikely to consider that the veiling of women is acceptable. Being a tourist in a foreign country brings with its problems that can lead to dislike of the native people. Firstly, a foreigner is vulnerable, and is often ripped off by locals. Secondly, the language barrier can lead to misunderstandings. Thirdly, tourists are often hassled to buy goods, which can ruin a holiday. When I when to Bali, people tried to sell me something every 5 minutes, and this totally spoilt my sunbathing. Local people also often end up disliking foreigners. Visitors may mistakenly act contrary to local norms, or they may just be plain offensive. Global tourism can lead to hostility from the native people who may feel their traditional way of life is under threat. Additionally, the relative with wealth of the foreign visitors can cause envy and resentment. In conclusion, I would say I largely agree with the argument that global tourism creates misunderstanding between people from different cultures, and that the differences are often a cause for conflict rather than celebration.


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