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IELTS Writing task 1
Task 1: The table below shows the number of mobile phones and personal computers per 1000 people in 2003 in 6 different countries.
The given table compares six countries in terms of how many people per one thousand people owned mobile phones and personal computers in the year 2003.
Overall, Luxemburg remained the dominant country in terms of the ownership of both mobile phones and personal computers, whereas China had the lowest numbers of people owning both of these devices. In addition, apart from Italy and Germany, the number of PC owners exceeded that of mobile holders.
Regarding countries with generally the highest and lowest ownership levels, Luxemburg was the country having the majority of owners of both mobile phones and personal computers, and their figures were relatively similar, at 872 and 900 people per thousand people respectively. Singapore also exhibited relatively small disparities and slightly lower ownership rates, with 684 out of every thousand people being mobile phone users and 690 out of every thousand people owning a personal computer. By contrast, few people in China owned a personal computer and a mobile phone, with the former (88 people) outnumbering the latter (35 people).
737 people in Italy owned a mobile phone, which was significantly higher in comparison to the data for personal computer ownership (480 people). A difference of approximately 130 people was seen in the number of people who had a mobile phone and a personal computer in Germany, at 586 and 452 people respectively. Finally, there were 452 people in South Korea owning a personal computer, in contrast to 380 people with a mobile phone.
Thân bài 1 ta viết về mức sở hữu cao nhất và thấp nhất (Luxemburg, Singapore và China).
- Luxemburg: cao nhất về sở hữu mobile phones và PC
- Singapore: cũng có sự khác biệt không đáng kể về sở hữu 2 thiết bị + dữ liệu thấp hơn 1 tí
- China: ít người sở hữu cả 2 thiết bị
Thân bài 2 ta viết về các quốc gia còn lại.
- Luxemburg luôn cao nhất, trong khi đó China luôn thấp nhất
- Sở hữu PC lớn hơn mobile phones (ngoại trừ ở Italy và Germany)
IELTS Writing task 2
Task 2: Some believe that younger family members should be legally responsible for supporting older family members when they become physically, mentally and financially unable to look after themselves.
To what extent do you agree or disagree?
It is believed that it should be made a legal responsibility for younger family members to take care of their elderly family ones, who become physically weak and financially disadvantaged. Although there are certain justifications for such a proposal, I disagree with this school of thought for several reasons.
On the one hand, there are sound arguments to say that the elderly need to receive proper care from young caregivers when they are no longer able to take care of themselves. First of all, at this age, the general health condition of older family members, most of whom are parents, tends to deteriorate and they may have the time but not the physical strength to care for themselves. For aging parents residing in the countryside who have to be hospitalized in the city center to receive long-term treatment, it is of great importance for these old inpatients to be well looked after by their children.
From a mental perspective, if parents at an old age feel that they are being neglected, they can suffer from a sense of loneliness, and anxiety, which could have a negative impact on their overall well-being. In fact, there is a widespread recognition that mental support outweighs medicine when it comes to assisting patients to make a recovery from their illnesses. On a financial level, most parents have made sacrifices so as to invest quite a great deal of money in their children’s education, and as a result children are expected to reciprocate such parental devotion when their parents age.
On the other hand, I believe that the enactment of filial responsibility laws should not be made. The first argument is that care and affection should stem from a child’s actual willingness to look after their physically weak parents. If they are forced to do something against their will, feelings of hostility and tension between young and old family members can exist, which in turn detrimentally affects old people’s health, not only physically but also mentally.
Moreover, not all children have the financial resources to afford medicine and healthcare services. Indeed, some of them, especially those who have already got married and have babies to care for, are still financially struggling with their own family’s lives, let alone taking care of their aging parents. Finally, it is quite unreasonable to make filial responsibility laws legal for all households, for the reason that not all young members used to be well raised by parents, and some might even suffer from abuse and domestic violence.
In conclusion, while it is understandable why the younger generation should be liable to provide proper senior care for their family members in their old age, I am of the opinion that such an initiative should not be put into practice as personal circumstances need to be taken into account.
- Financially disadvantaged: gặp khó khăn về tài chính
- Caregiver (n): người chăm sóc
- Deteriorate (v): suy giảm, làm cho tệ hơn
- Neglect (v): phớt lờ
- Widespread recognition: sự công nhận rộng rãi
- Reciprocate (v): đáp lại
- Enactment (n): việc thi thành
- Filial responsibility law (n): luật về trách nhiệm hiếu thảo
- Against one’s will: chống lại ý chí của 1 người
- Financially struggle with: vật lộn về tài chính
- Domestic violence: bạo lực gia đình
- Personal circumstances: tình huống cá nhân
Quan điểm chung: Không đồng tính
Thân bài 1: Con cái nên chăm sóc người lớn tuổi khi họ về già
- Người lớn tuổi không có sức khoẻ thể chất để chăm sóc mình
- Người lớn tuổi bị ảnh hưởng sức khoẻ tâm lí (cảm thấy cô đơn)
- Đa phần người lớn tuổi (ba mẹ) dành nhiều tiền để đầu tư vào giáo dục con của mình → con cái nên đáp lại
Thân bài 2: Không nên bắt buộc đối với tất cả mọi người
- Sự chăm sóc nên đến từ tình yêu thương thật sự và sự sẵn lòng giúp đỡ, thay vì bị ép buộc
- Không phải người trẻ nào cũng đủ tiền để chi trả chi phí chăm sóc sức khoẻ cho người lớn tuổi
- Không phải người trẻ nào cũng từng được chăm sóc tốt bởi ba mẹ (có người bị bạo lực gia đình).
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