Rich countries often give money to poorer countries, but it does not solve poverty. Therefore, developed countries should give other types of help to the poor countries rather than financial aid.

To what extent do you agree or disagree?


In the aid for poor nations, richer countries usually give money to them. While financial support could help in some cases, I agree that it is better to provide more practical programs like education or investment.
To start off, the developed countries could give higher educational systems for undeveloped countries. It might include building more schools and infrastructures in those nations. As a result, more children would attend school and have a decent education. By instructing the knowledge, citizens in poor countries could have more opportunities to get jobs and increase their salaries. Therefore, constructing better educational systems is a more promisingly way to help poor countries than financial aid.
Moreover, another way that the developed countries might utilise to help other nations is by investment. Based on the potential resources of local countries, the rich nations could invest to develop more local products and also improve the local infrastructure and transports. Take south of Vietnam in the 1980s for example. With the potential resources in seafood and fecund land, thanks to the help from the Netherlands and other countries in investing factories and roads, the south of Vietnam have become one of the most developed areas in Vietnam. More factories were built, more occupations will be created for local residents. Indeed, the developed countries could transfer advanced technologies to maintain the production in local factories which also lead to more job demands. Consequently, in order to solve poverty, investment is the better way to help poor countries.
To sum up, there are many programs that the developed countries could provide to help poor countries. In my opinion, education and investment are more realistic ways to assist poorer nations in coping with poverty.

Anh Dũng HoàngTo what extent do you agree or disagree?

You did not answer the question with an adverb of extent.


While financial support could help in some cases, I totally / completely / fully agree that it is better to provide more practical programs like education or investment.


It is good to know a good handful of adverbs of extent because this is a very common prompt in IELTS Task 2 essays.

Complete agreement / disagreement:
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completely
fully
totally
wholeheartedly
unreservedly
with no reservations
without reservation
unequivocally
unquestionably
with no hesitation
unconditionally

Partial agreement / disagreement:
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somewhat
partially
partly
to some extent / to a limited extent / to a point
with (some / certain / a few) reservations
conditionally

Slight agreement / disagreement:
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a little (bit)

In the aid for poor nations, richer countries usually give money to them. (That is not a natural sentence.) While financial support could help in some cases, I agree that it is better to provide more practical programs like education or investment.
To start off, the developed donor countries could give higher educational systems for to undeveloped countries. It might include building more schools providing books, computers and supplies, and training teachers infrastructures (wrong form. Infrastructure is non-count) in those nations. As a result, more children would attend school and have a decent education. By instructing the knowledge, (Very bad) Having more knowledge and skills, citizens in poor countries could have more opportunities to get jobs and increase their salaries. (Actually, the problem in poorer countries is that there are no jobs! A better argument is that they can start their own businesses or learn more efficient farming techniques.) Therefore, constructing better educational systems is a more promisingly way to help poor countries than financial aid.
Moreover, another way that the developed countries might utilise to (That is very bad.) can help other nations is by investment. Based on the potential resources of local countries, the rich nations could invest in local businesses such as manufacturing to develop more local products and also improve the local infrastructure and transportation systems. transports. Take the south of Vietnam in the 1980s for example. With the potential resources in fishing seafood and fecund land suitable for agriculture or building, thanks to the help from the Netherlands and other countries in investing factories and roads, the south of Vietnam have it has become one of the most developed areas in Vietnam. More factories were built, and more occupations will be created for local residents. Indeed, the developed countries could transfer advanced technologies to maintain the bring the production in local factories up to international standards, which also lead to more job opportunities. demands. Consequently, in order to solve the problem of poverty, investment is the better way to help poor countries.
To sum up, there are many programs that the developed countries could provide to help poor countries. In my opinion, education and investment are more realistic ways to assist poorer nations in coping with poverty.