The chart and graph show the categories of workforce in Australia and the unemployment within 3 groups.
The pie chart and line graph give information about the workforce situation in Australia in terms of proportion composition of 3 distinct groups and how the unemployment rate changes during a half decade from 1998 to 2003.
As illustrated in the pie chart， the data reveals that native Australia occupy mostly an extraordinary share of three quarters of all employees in this country in comparison to only 10% of workers who are born in English-speaking countries and 14% of people who do not have English as their mother tongue.
We can see the line chart that overall， national hob-loss rate witnessed a downward trend those years. Specifically， in 1998， migrants who spoke English tend to be poorly employed， decreasing from 8% to 3% with some eventual fluctuations.
Similar number of non-migrants and migrants whose first languages was not English were laid-off that year. After rising marginally till in 1999， there was a fall in the figure for those born-Australians while a constant decline occurred in non-English speaking laborers to 1%.
To conclude， people who born where English is not widely spoken are inclined to live a more impoverished life.
Agree or disagree
Nowadays， a large amount of advertising aiming at children should be banned because of the negative effects. To what extent do you agree or disagree？
此次大作文考察的是广告类话题，这一类agree or disagree题型不属于二元对立题，而是出现了极端表达should be banned，那么针对这种题型的写法，一般是打极端表达这个点。比如此题我们的写作思路就可以整理为：一些广告确实存在负面效应，如虚假广告或者一些传播负面思想或行为的广告，但是并不能因为这一部分广告的存在就否定了整个广告产业，我们需要做的是如何有效地去监管以及规制这些广告。另外，审题时还要注意的一点就是题目中所关注的人群，即小孩。那么，针对小孩整个群体，他们有一些自身的特点，如心智发展还不成熟，易受影响等。
Advertising has been considered as an effective way to boost the sales of the advertised products， which is widely used in diverse areas. However， some side effects produced by the advertisements especially those directed at children have aroused the concern among the public. From my perspectives， these advertisements should be strictly regulated rather than banned.
It is undeniable that advertisements can inform consumers about new products and services， which helps children and parents make informed choices. The advertising campaigns not only allow consumers to get to know a variety of alternative goods， but also the distinctive features of each brand， hence children or their parents can make a comparison of those products and purchase the ones in need. Apart from that， advertising is an important source of entertainment which gives children a lot of fun. As many advertisements shown on TV are both educational and attractive to children， they can gain many benefits while watching. For example， those funny cartoon characters can teach children to dance or sing.
On the other hand， some negative influences should also be taken into consideration. Due to the fact that children have not developed physically and mentally to a full extent， they can be easily swayed by advertising. If the advertisements contain some misleading information， children may not have the ability to distinguish tight from wrong， and consider the information or the specific action to be acceptable. Meanwhile， some of the advertisements can be deceptive. In order to purchase profits to a large extent， some companies may deliberately exaggerate the advantages of their products and hide those potential risks. As a result， children may pester their parents to buy these products which turn out to be not exactly the same.
To summarize， children-aimed advertisements can bring both positive and negative effects. Instead of banning them， the government can attach tighter regulations in the procedure of examination and approval. At the same time， patents should take the responsibility of guiding children when the false advertisements occur.