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Describe Your Dream Job – Speaking Part 2

Describe Your Dream Job – Speaking Part 2

You know, I have always wanted to become an author of fantasy novels ever since I was knee-high to a grasshopper. I was hyperlexic; you know, I knew how to read at the age of 5, and when I was 6, I devoured 200-page novels on a monthly basis. The art of discourse always fascinates me. – oh how I love the way writers shape and mould landscapes, anecdotes, mysteries or urban legends into beautifully and logically written lines. Dragons and dungeons run in my vein, and all too often I find myself sleep-talking about wizards and witchcrafts.

Back when I was still naïve, I thought all writers were rolling in money. Just look at how J.K Rowling earned easy money by sitting comfortably at a café, doing nothing but scribble on her notes! However, when I get older, I realized that I was dead wrong. There can only be one J. K. Rowling out there, and it takes years of practice, blood and tears to become a brilliant writer.

Although I failed to realise my dream as a fantasy writer, I do write short stories in my leisure time. Come and visit my Facebook if you want to read mine!

Vocab highlights
  • Knee-high to a grasshopper / ni-haɪ tu ə ˈgræsˌhɑpər / (idiom): còn rất nhỏ
  • Hyperlexic /ˈhaɪpə(r)leksɪk/ (adj) chỉ trẻ em có khả năng đọc sớm
  • Devour /dɪˈvaʊə(r)/ (v) đọc ngấu nghiến
  • The art of discourse / ði ɑrt ʌv ˈdɪskɔrs/ (n) nghệ thuật của ngôn từ
  • Mould /məʊld/ (v) đóng thành khuôn, tạo hình
  • Anecdote /ˈænɪkˌdəʊt/ (n) mẩu chuyện
  • Urban legend / ˈɜrbən ˈlɛʤənd/ (n) những câu chuyện huyền bí truyền miệng
  • Witchcraft /ˈwɪtʃˌkrɑːft/ (n) trò phù thủy
  • Rolling in money / ˈroʊlɪŋ ɪn ˈmʌni / (idiom): giàu nứt đố đổ vách, rất giàu
  • Scribble /ˈskrɪb(ə)l/ (v) viết nguệch ngoạc
  • Dead wrong (adj) hoàn toàn sai

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