Đề Describe your mother, Describe A Family member who you spend the most time with, Describe a family member you love most, describe a person you admire – my mother hay describe a family member you love most,… là một trong những chủ đề nằm trong bộ dự đoán đề IELTS Speaking do Vietop biên soạn.
Trong chủ đề này bạn cần phải mở rộng thêm vốn từ cũng như các cấu trúc câu tả người do chủ đề này không chỉ xuất hiện trong bài thi IELTS mà còn trong cả giao tiếp hằng ngày và trong công việc. Học IELTS cần sự kiên trì và nổ lực cố gắng thật nhiều vì thế các bạn hãy dành thời gian ôn luyện nhiều lên nhé.
Sau đây, Vietop chia sẻ với bạn vốn từ vựng và bài mẫu cho dạng Describe Your Mother IELTS Speaking part 2, cùng tìm hiểu nhé!
Từ vựng và cấu trúc câu theo chủ đề
1. Từ vựng
Ex: My mom is a gentle, loving woman.
Ex: My mom often gives me a stern look whenever I forget to clean up my mess.
Ex: People say that my mom is very amiable.
|Nuclear family||Gia đình 2 thế hệ|
|A strong bond||Liên kết mạnh mẽ|
|Loving nature||Bản chất yêu thương|
|Parenting method||Cách dạy con|
2. Cấu trúc câu hay dùng
- He/ She is definitely…………….
- The reason I admire his/her is………
- It’s pretty hard to pinpoint one out but if I have to, I would like to describe ………..
- To describe how he/she influenced me,……..
- He/ She taught me……….
Bài mẫu topic Describe your mother IELTS Speaking part 1
Trong quá trình học IELTS các bạn sẽ gặp dạng đề thi này, cùng IELTS Vietop “giải mã” chủ đề hay gặp này nhé.
1. Do you have a large or small family?
I am currently living in an extended family including my parents, my brother and sister-in-law. And there are also my adorable niece and nephew. People often talk about the generation gap in large families, yet I haven’t seen any quarrels about distinct opinions or lifestyle. I suppose that I should feel blissful about that.
- Extended family (n): đại gia đình
- Generation gap (n): sự khác biệt giữa các thế hệ
- Quarrel (n): sự bất đồng
- Blissful (adj): may mắn
2. How much time do you spend with your family?
For normal days, I think we only go out on Sunday for coffee. If the budget allows, the whole family would go for a vacation at the beach. And then there is Tet holiday when we can wine and dine as a way to strengthen the family tie
- Wine and dine (v): ăn uống linh đình
- Family tie (n): mối liên kết gia đình
3. What do you like to do together as a family?
You know, in the last day of the lunar calendar, there is a yearly comedy show called “Táo Quân” broadcasted on the central television. I love the atmosphere when we eat dinner while watching it. It feels like we are waving goodbye to the old year and all the unlucky events in the past.
- Central television (n): truyền hình trung ương
- Wave goodbye (v): chào tạm biệt
4. Do you get along well with your family?
Not all the time if I have to be candid. But I do feel at ease as most of the conflicts are too serious. To give as an illustration, we fight about trivial things like who would do the dishes, actually just my brother and I do that.
- Candid (adj): thành thật
- At ease (adj): thoải mái
- Conflict (n): mâu thuẫn
- Trivial (adj): nhỏ nhặt
Bài mẫu topic Describe your mother IELTS Speaking part 2
|Describe A Family member who you spend the most time with|
You should say:
What this person is
What kind of person he/ she is
What you usually do together
And explain why you spend most time with him/her
I am going to talk about my mom – a person I spend the most time with. Her name is Ngoc Diep, which can be literally translated into English as ‘Golden Leave’. Although she was already in her early sixties, she looked pretty much younger with a fine figure and, surprisingly, not a lot of wrinkles and grey hair to be found. She really knows how to dress smartly, and that was why my dad fell for her the very moment he laid his eyes on her when they were younger (laugh).
One of the things that most impressed me about her was the fact that she still remained perfectly exuberant and charismatic, which was quite rare for elderly people at her age. We do a lot of window-shopping every weekend, and every once in a while I and my mom go to the cinema for some musicals and romantic movies we both love.
As a young woman myself, I often confide in her whenever I have problems. Whether it betrivial matters at work or big life decisions, I always turn to her for advice. It is not an overstatement to say that without her, my life would be a huge mess.
- Literally translated: dịch nguyên văn, dịch nghĩa đen
- In her early sixties: ở tuổi lục tuần (giai đoạn đầu)
- A fine figure: dáng đẹp
- Wrinkle: nếp nhăn
- Fall for: phải lòng
- Lay one’s eyes on: để mắt, gặp ai
- Exuberant: tràn đầy năng lượng
- Charismatic: lôi cuốn
- Window-shopping: đi shopping nhưng chỉ ngắm chứ không mua
- Every once in a while: thỉnh thoảng
- Confide in: tâm sự
- Whether it be: dù là
- Trivial: nhỏ nhặt
- Turn to: nhờ ai đó giúp
Bài mẫu topic Describe your mother IELTS Speaking part 3
1. In what ways have families in your country changed recently?
Most Vietnamese girls get married at the age of 24, which stays unchanged in the last decade, but the difference is that couples are now having children later compared to the previous generations. The major contributor to this trend is the worry about personal finance.
Young people now consider bringing up children doesn’t mean just feeding them enough food, it is about covering the best education and entertainment for them. Another point is that same-sex couples are now seen a norm in the country even though there isn’t any legal endorsement from the government, which is a good sign of a civilized society.
- Cover (v): đủ chi trả
- Norm (n): điều bình thường
- Endorsement (n): sự xác nhận
- Civilized (adj): văn minh
2. Should husbands and wives have different roles within the family? Why (not)?
I don’t think there should be a definite answer to this question. I regard marriage as teamwork. Some couples prefer to focus on their prospects only and if that can help them to work efficiently when taking care of the children as well as the maternal and paternal sides, they should do that. We can see a lot of traditional models which contains a husband, the breadwinner, and a housewife.
On the other hand, some favourate sharing chores together. Both the male and female go to work and look after the children. I mean the world is not chauvinist anymore, so people shouldn’t be restricted in obsolete gender roles.
- Definite answer (n): câu trả lời rõ ràng
- Maternal (adj): thuộc nhà ngoại
- Paternal (adj): thuộc nhà nội
- Favour doing sth: thích làm gì hơn
- Chauvinist (adj): cho rằng đàn ông hơn phụ nữ mọi mặt
3. Which are more important to you: your family or your friends?
It was hard for me to choose between them, but I still go for my family at the end. To explain my reason, although it sounds so cliché, my parents are the one who bring me to this world and nurture me till the day I’m mature, physically and mentally. Not to mention, they are my tower of strength. My parents usually back me up when I have a concern and also give me useful insights.
- Cliché (adj): rập khuôn
- Nurture (v): nuôi dưỡng
- Tower of strength (n): nguồn sức mạnh
- Back sb up (v): hỗ trợ ai
Vietop hy vọng rằng những kiến thức và bài mẫu được chia sẻ ở trên sẽ là nguồn tài liệu tham khảo hiệu quả cho các chủ đề tương tự trong bài thi IELTS Speaking. Hãy chia sẽ bài viết này nếu bạn thấy hữu ích và đừng quên tham khảo thêm những chủ đề IELTS Speaking Part 2 thường gặp nhất trong bài thi IELTS để luyện thi IELTS thật tốt nhé!