Increasing the price of petrol is the best way to solve growing traffic and pollution problems. To what extent do you agree or disagree? What other measures do you think might be effective?

QuestionsIncreasing the price of petrol is the best way to solve growing traffic and pollution problems. To what extent do you agree or disagree? What other measures do you think might be effective?
nguyenlykimngan asked 2 years ago

It is believed that traffic issues could be lessened effectively by an increase in the cost of fossil fuel. I completely agree with this statement and there are also several solutions to resolve the issue.
The rising cost of petrol could lead to less consumption of fuel for transportation. Moving from one to place is an essential need of life so people will not spend an exorbitant amount of money of vehicles. For example, if the price increases, workers will work to factories or use public transport instead which could reduce the major percentage of exhaust fume from cars and motorbikes. Besides, people would rather saving money for their children’s education and household furniture. Furthermore, people would only consume petrol when the needs of transportation is necessary.
In my view, there are various ways that could be efficient in reducing pollution problems. Firstly, in addition to increase the cost of petrol, the government and authority figures should encourage individuals to use public transport in stead of private cars in order to reduce the growing traffic problems. Secondly, people can leverage biofuel in place of fossil fuel because it does not harm the environment and its price is reasonable. Another solution that could be important is to plant more trees, which could exert a positive influence on people’s surroundings. Plants could help to face to air pollution by cleaning the atmosphere which is polluted due to the overloaded amount of vehicles. 
In conclusion, while increasing the price of petrol is an efficient way to address the problems, I believe that there are a plenty of solutions to protect the environment.

Increasing the price of petrol is the best way to solve growing traffic and pollution problems. To what extent do you agree or disagree? What other measures do you think might be effective?
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1 Answers
Rachel Evans answered 2 years ago

Hi nguyenlykimngan, here is your estimated score:
TA – 6.0 CC – 5.5 GRA – 5.5 LR – 5.5
Overall – 5.5
(1) Ideas in this paragraph should be rearanged or you should find another way to express your thoughts. They are confusing and vague. Most importantly, topic sentence and the rest of the paragraph may not ‘get on well’ 😉
(2) is a good one.
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It is believed that traffic issues could be lessened effectively by an increase in the cost of fossil fuel. I completely agree with this statement and there are also several solutions to resolve the issue.
The rising cost of petrol could lead to less consumption of fuel for transportation. Moving from one to place (one place to another place?) is an essential need of life so people will not spend an exorbitant amount of money of vehicles. (unclear) For example, if the price increases, workers will work to factories (?) or use public transport instead which could reduce the major percentage of exhaust fume from cars and motorbikes. Besides, people would rather saving save money for their children’s education and household furniture. Furthermore, people would only consume petrol when the needs of transportation is (S-V agreement) necessary. (1)
In my view, there are various ways that could be efficient in reducing pollution problems. Firstly, in addition to increase the cost of petrol, the government and authority figures should encourage individuals to use public transport instead of private cars in order to reduce the growing traffic problems. Secondly, people can leverage biofuel in place of fossil fuel because it does not harm the environment and its price is reasonable. Another solution that could be important is to plant more trees, which could exert a positive influence on people’s surroundings. Plants could help to face to air pollution by cleaning the atmosphere which is polluted due to the overloaded amount of vehicles.  (2)
In conclusion, while increasing the price of petrol is an efficient way to address the problems, I believe that there are a plenty of solutions to protect the environment. (maybe you should enlist them here)

Increasing the price of petrol is the best way to solve growing traffic and pollution problems. To what extent do you agree or disagree? What other measures do you think might be effective?
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