Quiz 1 of 0 Writing Task 2 – Session 5 – Complete arguments IELTSwithHuyen Writing Task 2 – Session 5 – Complete arguments Time limit: 0 Quiz Summary 0 of 2 Questions completed Questions: Information You have already completed the quiz before. Hence you can not start it again. Quiz is loading… You must sign in or sign up to start the quiz. You must first complete the following: Results Quiz complete. Results are being recorded. Results Your time: Time has elapsed Categories Not categorized 0% 1 2 Current Review Answered Correct Incorrect Question 1 of 2 1. Question Q1: Choose the complete arguments in the list below. Firstly, it is unfair to workers to be required to extend their contributions simply because they appear to be healthier. In reality, retirement is the optimum time for a person to begin enjoying life without having to worry about financial obligations, which may be boosted by people's improved health. Forcing employees to work above their legally mandated retirement age may be termed exploitation. Secondly, abusing alternative medicines and treatments can lead to the emergence of new health disorders when current conditions remain untreated. Diabetes, for example, increases the risk of blindness and limb dysfunction. Diabetes has devastating consequences if not treated promptly. Patients who use unapproved procedures to treat this illness risk not only worsening their symptoms, but also developing complications that could have been avoided if conventional medical practices had been used . One significant factor contributing to the inadequate exercise levels among working people is the demanding nature of many jobs, particularly those that require long hours of desk work or are heavily reliant on technology. On the one hand, I agree that building new homes in the countryside removes pressure on authorities to meet the expanding population's housing needs. To be more specific, as cities continue to grow, so does the demand for housing, resulting in higher housing costs and homelessness. As a result, building new homes in the countryside may alleviate some of these housing demands. Cities such as London and Tokyo, for example, are struggling to offer cheap housing for its citizens, which may be eased in part by developing housing choices in rural areas. Question 2 of 2 2. Question Q2: Complete the incomplete arguments in Q1. This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it will be reviewed and possibly adjusted after submission.