Bài mẫu Task 1 về Natural Process trong IELTS Writing (AC)

Bài mẫu Task 1 về Natural Process trong IELTS Writing (AC)

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Sample Answer

The diagram shows the natural process life cycle of a frog from the embryo stage, through seven developmental phases from tad pole to fully grown amphibian.

Initially, the fertilised eggs grow into embryos from which very small tadpoles emerge and shelter under plants in the water or pond. The tadpole begins life black in colour and it has a long tail and shorter body. As it grows, external gills for breathing are produced while subsequent stages in its development include a longer tail and when this stage is complete back limbs begin to appear which allows the tiny creature to swim faster.

The baby frog is nourished from food and nutrients stored in its tail, and the next stage in the cycle is for front limbs to begin growing while the tail shrinks and eventually disappears. At each stage the creature continues to enlarge significantly and changes in colour from black, to dark green and ultimately to bright green. Once the tail has disappeared the frog is supported on four limbs and continues, in the final phrase, to develop into a full sized amphibian. (183 words).

Một số Synonyms được sử dụng trong bài mẫu:

  • frog : amphibian, toad.
  • mature: adult, fully grown.
  • mating: reproduction process or cycle.
  • frog spawn: fertilised eggs.
  • pond: water.
  • tadpole
  • growing: developing, maturing.
  • young frog: baby, small frog, young.
  • legs: limbs.

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