In the past, people ate local, in-season food, but now, people tend to consume out-of-season food from different parts of the world. Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?
It's a pros and cons topic. You should present a view and support it with points. Either side is ok, but your reasoning should be persuasive.
- Local and in-season food has fewer artificial factors.
- Local and in-season food is supplied more easily.
- Local and in-season food is cheaper to produce.
- Out-season food is less green.
- Out-season food needs more transportation.
- Out-season food causes more wasting.
- Out-season food offers more options for consumers.
- Out-season food solves the food puzzle for cold and desert areas.
- Out-season food brings more income to farmers.
- In-season food limits people's food diversity.
- In-season food possibly causes supplement shorting.
- In-season food isn't good for food production.
Before the local foods used to be consumed by the local residents, but nowadays more and more people are eating plenty of foods imported from other countries. Personally, I opine that this trend is hugely detrimental to our environmental protection, which surpluses the advantage in terms of people's health. ...
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Band: 7The below version has fixed some obvious lexical and grammatical defects. The band is by the revised version, but comments are based on the original version.Task Response:
-Main ideas are relevant, but some would benefit from further development. The cereal example is for trade, not "out-of-season food." It's not helpful for the topic.Coherence and Cohesion:
-Ideas are generally arranged coherently, and there is a clear overall progression.Lexical Resources:
-Lexis is mainly appropriate for the task, though there are some errors in word choice.Grammar Range and Accuracy:
-There is a mix of simple and complex sentence forms, and although errors occur, they rarely reduce communication.