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Task 1: The table below shows the salaries of secondary/high school teachers in 2009.

CountriesStartingAfter 15 yearsMaximum

Years to reach

maximum salary

Australia$28,00048,00048,0009
Denmark$45,00054,00054,0008
Luxembourg$80,000119,000132,00030
Japan$34,00065,00086,00037
Korea$30,00048,00062,00034

The table illustrates the salaries of secondary and high school teachers in five countries in 2009.

Overall, teaching staffs in Luxembourg were the most well-paid while teachers in Australia were the lowest-paid. In addition, Danish teachers spent less time than teachers in other countries to reach the highest salary.

To begin with, Luxembourg colleges offered the staring income of $80,000 which almost double Denmark schools. Besides, the earnings for inexperienced teachers in Australia, Japan and Korea only around $30,000 a year. However, the Japanese teachers worked 15 years to double their income instead of 34 years like Korean teachers.

In Australia and Denmark where it took educators less than 10 years to receive their maximum remuneration, while teachers who came from the other countries had to wait more than 30 years. Teachers with at least 30 years of experience in Luxembourg earned up to $132,000 per year which was roughly higher 2 times in Korea and nearly triple in Australia.

Task 2: Many developing countries are currently expanding their tourist industries. Why is this the case? Is it a positive development?

Nowadays, the travel industry is growing fast, especially in developing countries. From my point of view, this is quite a positive advancement, despite some negative can arise for these nations.

First and foremost, the main reason for promoting tourism is due to the economic benefits that it brings. People from other lands not only come to visit destinations but also invest that why a large number of countries considering it as a major income source. Moreover, a well-developed tourism business creates a lot of job opportunities for the local people. As a result, it improves the living standards of people and reduces the unemployment rate. In addition, international tourism can help to boost international relations and to share the value country’s cultures with people all around the world.

On the other hand, there are several drawbacks from expansion of country’s tourism. The construction of tourism facilities like hotels, restaurants, or shopping centers destroys the landscape of one area. Besides it, tourism puts enormous stress on regional environment which is the main cause of increasing pollution. For example, most accommodations generally put amenities in the rooms which made from plastic and just use one time thus plenty mountains of plastic waste every year. In peak seasons, a sudden rise in the number of travelers disrupts the wildlife and damages ecosystem.

In conclusion, I am of the opinion that widening the holiday industry is a wonderful growth for any countries if their governments have plans to manage the habitat problems and maintain the natural scenery.

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The table illustrates (wrong word) the salaries of secondary and high school teachers in five countries in 2009. (What are the countries? What does the table contain besides salaries? You did not inform the reader very well.)

Overall, teaching staffs (wrong form) in Luxembourg were the most well-paid while teachers in Australia were the lowest-paid. In addition, Danish teachers had to work fewer years spent less time than teachers in other countries to reach the highest salary.

To begin with, Luxembourg colleges (wrong word.) offered the staring income of $80,000 which was almost double that of almost double (Ungrammatical) Denmark schools. Besides, the earnings for inexperienced teachers in Australia, Japan and Korea only around $30,000 a year. (Ungrammatical) However, the Japanese teachers worked 15 years to double their income instead of 34 years like Korean teachers.

In Australia and Denmark where it took educators less than 10 years to receive their maximum pay remuneration, while teachers who came from the other countries had to wait more than 30 years. (Ungrammatical) Teachers with at least 30 years of experience in Luxembourg earned up to $132,000 per year which was roughly higher 2 times in (Ungrammatical expression) Korea and nearly triple that of in Australia.




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