This question looks equally straightforward at first: In this question you have to support your arguments for why one is better than the other, or why they both have pros and cons, but you also need to show why this might vary depending on age. Then you need to decide whether you agree or disagree, giving reasons for your opinion.
For example, it could be true that country life is better for old people and families with young children, but not so good for teenagers and professionals. The assumption is found in one key word: "continue".
It’s important to get used to the types of questions in the exam.
This will build your confidence and develop your exam technique.---About Cambridge English Cambridge English Language Assessment is part of the University of Cambridge.
But there's one more very important aspect to look at.
As a teacher, I have often had to give low marks to well-organised essays with good grammar and vocabulary with the comment "RTQ" – Read The Question. Analyse it, perhaps by underlining the parts of it that are important, and then plan.
Writing essays using appropriate language is an essential skill for academic study.
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Has the internet really been a positive thing or has it also had negative consequences for us?
After that, you can talk about what will happen as the technology develops. Even a question that looks simple needs careful thought before you start to plan. If you go straight into saying that two or three languages is necessary, or your mother tongue plus English or another variation on the number of languages, you'll probably get a reasonable mark but it might be hard to fill the word count.