Writing task 2 – Can someone help to mark and score my essay? thanks

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vynguyen asked 1 year ago

Topic:  Responsible tourists could preserve both the local culture and environment. Some people think it
is impossible to be a responsible tourist. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

People have different perspectives on whether tourist could protect not only the local rule but also the environment. In my view, I am in agreement with the statement that it is unlikely that every tourist can be responsible whatever they do.
First of all, it is an indisputable fact that the preservation of local norms is a difficult task for visitors. Due to their different countries and various culture, they bare get accustomed to an adopted city which results in a sense of awkwardness. For example, If Western people pay a visit to Asian countries as Vietnam, they will have difficulty in using chopsticks because their customs is to use folks and knives. Besides, there are only a few countries can preserve their customs because of globalization.
Further and even more important, though, tourists cannot maintain the beautiful environment because of two primary reasons. One of them is due to the moral decadence. A huge amount of unaware visitors discharges toxic waste galore into rivers and lakes that are responsible for water pollution. Take Vung Tau Beach in Vietnam as an example for this, the influx of people has made the beach extremely polluted. The second reason is the tourist entertainments like trekking, boating and water rafting which have caused stress to a fragile ecosystem. One of the salient examples is Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the countless boats have visited the reef have gradually destroyed the vast sections of coral.
By the way of conclusion. I believe that preserve the habitat and culture simultaneously is impossible to visitors.

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Rachel Evans answered 1 year ago

People have different perspectives on whether tourist could protect not only the local rule but also the environment. In my view, I am in agreement with the statement that it is unlikely that every tourist can be responsible whatever they do.
First of all, it is an indisputable fact that the preservation of local norms is a difficult task for visitors. Due to their different countries and various culture, they bare get accustomed to an adopted city which results in a sense of awkwardness. For example, if Western people pay a visit to Asian countries as Vietnam, they will have difficulty in using chopsticks because their customs is to use folks forks and knives. Besides, there are only a few countries can preserve their customs because of globalization. (example is not clear and quite far away)
Further and even more important, though, tourists cannot maintain the beautiful environment because of two primary reasons. One of them is due to the moral decadence. A huge amount of unaware visitors discharges toxic waste galore into rivers and lakes that are responsible for water pollution. Take Vung Tau Beach in Vietnam as an example for this, the influx of people has made the beach extremely polluted. The second reason is the tourist entertainments like trekking, boating and water rafting which have caused stress to a fragile ecosystem. One of the salient examples is Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the countless boats have visited  visiting the reef have gradually destroyed the vast sections of coral (GR).
By the way of conclusion, I believe that preserve the habitat and culture simultaneously is impossible to visitors.
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