Tiếp tục chia sẻ cho các bạn những bài mẫu IELTS speaking part 2 hay nhất để các bạn học nhé!. Nhiều bạn hỏi sao thầy cố không chia sẻ luôn nhiều bài để các bạn lưu về học. Trên thực tế, khi có số lượng bài mẫu các bạn thường học ồ ạt học rất nhanh đã hết các bài mẫu mà chưa rút ra được nhiều ý tưởng hay, cấu trúc câu, từ vựng trong từng bài mẫu. Chính vì vậy, thầy mới quyết định chia sẻ mỗi ngày 3 topic cho các em dễ học và học từng topic dễ hơn. Các em đã sẵn sàng học luyện thi IELTS cùng IELTS fighter chưa nào?
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#Topic 5 : "Describe an interesting historic place"
You should say:
- What is it
- Where it is located
- What you can see there now
- And explain why this place is interesting.
Machu Picchu in southern Peru is a very interesting historic place and I have a great interest about his historic place. Though I have not visited this place in person, but I would definitely love to be there someday. I mostly learned about this place from one of my friends who visited there and from TV, internet and newspapers.
Machu Picchu is located in Machupicchu District in southern Peru and it is historically connected with the 15th-century Inca civilisation. It is located in 2,430 meters or around 7,970 feet area above the sea level. This place lies on top of a mountain and is a very popular destination for the tourist all around the world. This place is referred as the "Lost city of the Incas" and it was named as one of the 7 wonders of the world in 2007. UNESCO nominated it as a world heritage in the year 1983.
This historic place was built as an estate for the Pachacuti emperor of the Inca civilisation in around 1450 and is considered as the most significant and familiar icon of the Inca civilisation.
A tourist can see the finest work of the Inca civilisation there and can learn many things about this civilisation. Apart from the ruins and cultural icons, one can enjoy the great beauty surrounding this place. The sunset time is awesome and eye-witnessing the hills is something unforgettable. The Inca bridge is interesting to hike, and the scattered stones in the place is a different experience one can get. The Condor, Steps , Falling stairs, Temples, Sacred Rock, Llamas and other Animals, Inca Trail will all blow your mind and would remind you that you are visiting one of the 7 wonders of the world.
This is an interesting place due to the vast area and iconic meaning of the Inca civilisation. There are a lot to see, a lot to do and enjoy and being at one of the 7 wonders of the world is something a visitor will never forget. This place takes us to the past, in the time when Inca nation was there, and taught us how advanced they were as they have been able to build such a place with virtually no technological advancement of modern technology.
#Topic 6 : "Describe a teacher who has influenced you in your education"
You should say:
- Where you met him/ her.
- What subject s/he taught.
- What was special about him /her
- and explain why this place is interesting.
- How has education changed in your country in the last 10 years?
- What changes do you foresee in the next 50 years?
- How do the expectations of today’s school leavers compare with those of the previous generation?
- What role do you think extracurricular activities play in education?
I consider myself lucky to get several very good teachers throughout my academic years. Among them, I'd like to talk about Mr Smith who was an extraordinary teacher, a really good mentor and who has a great influence in my education.
I met Mr Smith when I was in class 4 and he was our math teacher. Initially, we thought that he would be a moody teacher and we would have to be very polite in front of him. This impression came mostly because of his serious face and tidy dress-up. But soon we found that he is a very friendly person and teaches us very well. He never made things complicated and tried over and over again to explain something to us. He had a unique way of teaching. Seems like he would start an interesting story and later we would find that he would relate the math to the story. Thus everything we learned from him was interesting and that's why we remember most of the theory and techniques of math he taught us.
I'd say he has a great influence in my education because he made a very strong foundation on Mathematics. Later on, I studied Science and Mathematics was the most important subject. I have always been good at math and that' mainly because of Mr Smith who had a major role in making the subject interesting to me. Before I learned math from Mr Smith, my impression on math was not good and I considered mathematics to be a very difficult and uninteresting subject. But his teaching and influences changed my way of thinking about math and later on math became my one the most favourite subject.
#Topic 7: "Describe an interesting or unusual thing you did recently (in your free time)"
You should say:
- What you did
- When and where you did it
- Who you did it with
- And explain why you think it was interesting or unusual
Band 8.0+ Sample Answer
In all seriousness, between school and the office where I am working as an intern, I barely have time for entertainment. Though, when I do, I take it seriously. Once or twice, I managed to get out of the city andindulged myself in secluded areas where Internet service and its distracting minions like social media and advertising emails ceased to exist. My latest sweet escape was my trip to Binh Ba island last summer.
Binh Ba was one of the four deserted, yet beautiful islands located in Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam due to little exposure to tourism. This, however, would change drastically within the next few years since Binh Ba had been drawing lots of attention thanks to positive feedbacks from those who had wandered there. I went to Binh Ba alone just to take a break from the fast-paced city life and to have time to contemplate myself, which I rarely did with people around. It had been an intriguing 2-day journey full of surprises. That was the first time I traveled alone, first time riding on a speedboat, first time scuba diving and first time having dinner with a life jacket on my back and crystal clear water as my dining room. Additionally, seafood here was a bomb which came in different kinds and varieties. People I met during my stay at a villager’s house were ultra-friendly and helpful, both locals and visitors whom shared their stories as though you were their long-lost friend stopping by to catch up. And there was nothing better than enjoying great company over a nice meal and bonfire.
Binh Ba left an unforgettable impression on me where I learnt to appreciate precious moments with those I cared about and be grateful for whatever life had to offer. Life is tough but it would be lifeless without it toughness.
Vocabulary & Useful Expression
- in all seriousness= very serious
In all seriousness, I don’t take it well when people give rude comments without a sound reason.
- barely = rarely:almost not
Ex: Jim barely knows anyone when first moving to the new city.
- cease (+to): bring to an end:
Ex: Those talented artists never ceased to amaze the world with their masterpieces.
- take something/ someone seriously:regard someone or something as important and worthy of attention
Ex: Nowadays, people are taking environmental issue more and more seriously.
- manage to do something:succeed in doing something, especially something difficult
Ex: Alex managed to close the deal with XYZ company after several times of rejection.
- indulge in:allow yourself to have or do something that you like, especially something that is considered bad for you
Ex: She got herself indulged in some serious unhealthy diet after her latest breakup.
- secluded = deserted:quiet and private; not used or disturbed by other people
Ex: That secluded island is suitable for those who need to get away from busy life in big city.
- (little) exposure to: the state of being in a place or situation where there is no protection from something harmful or unpleasant
Ex: Local tribes in those mountainous area have little exposure to civilization.
- drastically (adv):extremely
Ex: The weather has changed drastically within the last few years.
- draw someone’s attention: attract someone to notice
Ex: Ally’s amazing transformation has finally drawn Tim’s attention, whom she always has had a huge crush on since forever.
- (positive/ constructive/ negative) feedback: advice, criticism or information about how good or useful something or somebody’s work is
Ex: I usually receive constructive feedback from my boss about how to improve my work or productivity, which I find very appreciative.
- take a break (from): to rest or cease temporarily from something
Ex: He took a break after 4 consecutive hours working on the project.
- contemplate:to think deeply about something for a long time
Ex: Everyone should have sometime to contemplate and reflect themselves once in a while to truly understand who they are as a person.
- intriguing= interesting
- long-lost friend:friend you haven’t met for a long time
Ex: She is my long-lost cousin whom I haven’t seen for ages.
- good/ great company:someone who people enjoy spending time with
Ex: Nick was a great company when we met during my trip to Sapa last year.
- unforgettable impression:a feeling/ opinion one gets which is hard to forget
Ex: She left an unforgettable impression on me at the party last night.
Trên đây là 3 topic IELTS speaking part 2 giúp các bạn có thêm những bài mẫu hay để tham khảo và rút ra cho bản thân những ý hay từ chính những bài mẫu này và áp dụng cho bài thi nói của bạn. Với những bài mẫu sẽ là cứu cánh cho những ai đọc học IELTS speaking bí ý tưởng và không biết mình nên nói gì cho hợp lý? từ đây các bạn có thể hiểu và có cho mình hướng triển khai các topic hay nhất!.
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