IELTS Energy 557: Anti-Social Acts and Free Skype Lessons

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Today we’ll talk about what anti-social acts are, and offer lucky listeners some free Skype lessons!anti-social acts

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In our closed Facebook group for the course, a very active student asked a tough question.

This IELTS question appeared recently: Some people think that only the society should be blamed for any anti-social activities.

What are the causes for these activities?

Who is responsible for them?

The tricky part here is interpreting the meaning of anti-social.

You’ll see that there are a few options. The important thing is to choose one, and go strong and deep in the specific details and examples.

For Jessica, the first thing she thinks of is the anti-social personality, as that is how it is most commonly used. These are people who isolate themselves due to not wanting to be around people at all.

 

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This could be supported by mentioning a cause, such as the current polarization in society turning a person off from conversing with others.

Another cause could be a history of bullying, leading one to becoming traumatized and a recluse.

Perhaps you could support this with personal memories of someone you know who was bullied.

Lindsay’s first thoughts on anti-social behavior were mass shootings.

The cause would be a lack of treatment for mental health issues.

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How would you answer today’s Task 2 question?

Share your specific ideas in the comments section below!

 

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