Ielts Speaking Part 3 Topic Noise – A noisy place
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What are some common sources of noise?
I’d say that the majority of noise is generated by human activities. As people are constantly on the move these days, traffic has probably become the largest source of noise pollution across the globe. Downtown streets in Hanoi, for instance, are filled with blaring horns day and night. Other major sources include building and commercial activities. Roaring sounds of machines on construction sites are just as irritating as deafening music in bars, clubs or shopping malls. Apart from outdoor noise, people can also be tortured by indoor noise caused by inconsiderate neighbors who scream or play loud music at odd hours.
Which places are noisier, the countryside or the city?
I’d say that cities are far noisier than rural areas. This is simply because urban areas are more overcrowded with people and vehicles. On top of that, noisy businesses such as bars and clubs and other commercial activities such as advertising are ubiquitous in cities but scarce in towns and villages. Particularly, rural areas of Vietnam might also become extremely noisy during Tet Holiday as people flock to their hometown to celebrate it.
Why is there more noise at home now?
I reckon that the popularity of Hi-tech appliances such as TV, stereo systems, washing machines and vacuums have contributed greatly to the increased level of noise in households. Another thing is that these days people tend to live in an apartment rather than a detached house as in the past, so they can easily be affected by loud noise made by their thoughtless neighbors.
Do people in Vietnam like noisy places? Why do some people like noisy places?
No, I don’t think so. Most people detest noise but they have to put up with it because they can’t move to another place. They need to pay their bills and only in cities can they find a decent job. But again, there are people, especially young people who relish noisy places such as bars, clubs and concerts as roaring music allows them to let off steam.
Why do some people prefer some background noise when they’re working/ studying?
That’s a tough question. I’m not an expert in this but I can imagine background noise, especially instrumental music, can help people concentrate on what they’re doing. Besides, some people can’t stand being alone. They need some noise to remind them that they‘re surrounded by others.
What are the effects of loud noise?
Without a doubt, noises at hazardous levels can have a range of adverse impacts on our life. Occupational diseases such as hearing loss and mental disorders are closely linked to deafening sounds of industrial machines. Prolonged exposure to destructive noise from traffic or entertainment facilities can also increase the risk of developing serious conditions including stress, hypertension and depression. Indoor noise caused by loud speakers, TV or washing machines has no direct health effect but it can interfere with work, study, conversation, rest or sleep. Overall, noise pollution may diminish our quality of life in so many different ways.
What can be done to reduce noise?
I think it’s tough to eliminate all the noise together but there are some measures to alleviate noise pollution. Firstly, there should be harsher punishments on offenders who cause noise above a certain limit. Another possible solution could be for the government to run campaigns on mass media to raise public awareness of the devastating effects of noise pollution. Finally, it’s crucial to avoid side-by-side industrial and residential buildings in urban planning.
What are some noisy places?
Well, as I mentioned most noises are man-made so the more crowded a place is, the noisier it gets. Streets, shopping malls, bars, clubs and sport grounds in downtown areas are among the noisiest places on earth I believe.
Do you think there is more noise today in the city than in the past?
Definitely. As an ever-increasing number of people are migrating to urban areas in search of a better life, major cities in the world are becoming more and more crowded. Bustling metropolises such as Tokyo, Los Angeles and Bangkok are known as sleepless cities due to relentless commercial and social activities. Increasingly severe traffic congestion also contributes to the prevalence of noise pollution.
Do you think cities will become noisier in the future?
Well, that’s a tough question. It’s hard to guess but I don’t think noise pollution can get any worse. People are becoming increasingly concerned about this pressing problem and I believe future generations will take bold actions to tackle it effectively. With the accelerating rate of technological advancement, it is completely possible to create more peaceful and tranquil urban neighborhoods in the future.
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