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Tác giả: Simon Người tổng hợp: Quang Thắng Website: www.ielts-simon.com Website: www.ielts-quangthang.com TỔNG HỢP BÀI MẪU WRITING TASK 2 BAND 9.0 Tác giả: Simon Tổng hợp bởi: Quang Thắng Chào các bạn, Simon là một thầy giáo dạy IELTS rất nổi tiếng trên thế giới. Thầy là một cựu examiner, và hiện nay thầy đang có một website rất hữu ích về việc học và luyện IELTS. Thầy Simon luôn được biết đến với phong cách đơn giản và hiệu quả. Những bài học thầy viết luôn gần gũi, dễ hiểu và dễ áp dụng đối với mọi học viên. Tương tự là những bài essays thầy viết mẫu. Chúng đều tương đối đơn giản, nhưng lại cực kỳ xuất sắc và đều đạt mức band điểm 9.0. Dưới đây là tổng hợp 18 bài essays mẫu của thầy Simon cho Task 2. Các bạn nên đọc và phân tích kỹ từng bài viết này để học được cách viết sao cho đơn giản, mạch lạc và kiếm được điểm cao nhất. Chúc các bạn học được nhiều điều từ những bài viết mẫu này. Trần Quang Thắng Tác giả: Simon Người tổng hợp: Quang Thắng Website: www.ielts-simon.com Website: www.ielts-quangthang.com Some people believe that hobbies need to be difficult to be enjoyable. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Some hobbies are relatively easy, while others present more of a challenge. Personally, I believe that both types of hobby can be fun, and I therefore disagree with the statement that hobbies need to be difficult in order to be enjoyable. On the one hand, many people enjoy easy hobbies. One example of an activity that is easy for most people is swimming. This hobby requires very little equipment, it is simple to learn, and it is inexpensive. I remember learning to swim at my local swimming pool when I was a child, and it never felt like a demanding or challenging experience. Another hobby that I find easy and fun is photography. In my opinion, anyone can take interesting pictures without knowing too much about the technicalities of operating a camera. Despite being straightforward, taking photos is a satisfying activity. On the other hand, difficult hobbies can sometimes be more exciting. If an activity is more challenging, we might feel a greater sense of satisfaction when we manage to do it successfully. For example, film editing is a hobby that requires a high level of knowledge and expertise. In my case, it took me around two years before I became competent at this activity, but now I enjoy it much more than I did when I started. I believe that many hobbies give us more pleasure when we reach a higher level of performance because the results are better and the feeling of achievement is greater. In conclusion, simple hobbies can be fun and relaxing, but difficult hobbies can be equally pleasurable for different reasons. Tác giả: Simon Người tổng hợp: Quang Thắng Website: www.ielts-simon.com Website: www.ielts-quangthang.com Universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject. To what extent do you agree or disagree? In my opinion, men and women should have the same educational opportunities. However, I do not agree with the idea of accepting equal proportions of each gender in every university subject. Having the same number of men and women on all degree courses is simply unrealistic. Student numbers on any course depend on the applications that the institution receives. If a university decided to fill courses with equal numbers of males and females, it would need enough applicants of each gender. In reality, many courses are more popular with one gender than the other, and it would not be practical to aim for equal VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí Bài mẫu IELTS Bar Graph - The diagram below shows the average hours of unpaid work per week done by people in different categories (Unpaid work refers to such activities as childcare in the home, housework and gardening.) Describe the information presented below, comparing results for men and women in the categories shown Suggest reasons for what you see You should write at least 150 words Model Answer 1: The graph shows data between married men and women of the number of hours spent per week on unpaid work At first glance at the chart, it is noticeable that from all the three categories (without children, with 1-2 children and with or more children), married women spend more hours involved in unpaid work such as housework, gardening and childcare than expected from men Married women with children spend more time than without children as the chart shows while having more than three children have invested around 60 hours of unpaid work This is probably due to the extra load of housework and childcare that is evidently needed to run such a big family VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí Furthermore, though there are visible variations of the number of hours of unpaid work carried out by married women, there is no significant variation among all three categories for married men in terms of work hours that is not paid (30 or fewer hours) In fact, it is observed that married men with three or more children spent slightly less number of unpaid work hours This might be due to the high requirement of commitment needed for a paid job to meet financial requirements for a big family In conclusion, married women with three or more children spent the highest number of hours, yet married women from all categories spent a dramatically higher number of hours for unpaid work than married men [Written by - Menu Anju ] Tips for answering this Academic IELTS writing task 1: Look at the question carefully It asks you to compare the result shown for men and women So you should not only mention the figures given in the graph Rather you should use comparisons An example of comparison is: "The number of unpaid working hours increases for women with the increase of their children's number but that does not affect the total unpaid works done by the men." The question also asks you to suggest reasons for what you see So you would require giving reasons possibly why the women work more unpaid works that men and why their working hours in unpaid works increases with the number of total children There is an interesting fact in the result of the bar graph i.e men with more than children work even less for the unpaid jobs Mention this interesting fact in your writing Since no past year or month is mentioned in this bar graph, your answer should be in present tense Example: Women spend more time on such unpaid household works than men Summary of the bar graph: This graph shows the total hour of unpaid jobs like child rearing, household works, cooking, cleaning, gardening etc done by male and female per week The result of this graph is not related to the paid job of men of women The result suggests that females spend more time on such jobs than men Again, female with more children works more hours than other females Interestingly the numbers of hours men work in such unpaid works remain almost same regardless of their children number Model Answer 2: The given column graph elucidates the unpaid work done by both married men and women having different numbers of children A cursory glance is adequate to mention that most women, with or without children, have to the unpaid household works more than men and more children means more work for women As is seen in the given illustration, married females who not have any child around 30 hours of unpaid work weekly, while, male from the same category only 18 hours of such work Whilst, men who have one or two children spend an equal amount of time for household works as the males without children, this is in contrast nearly fifty hours for women In the case of women, who nurture VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí more than three offspring, spend the highest hours on unpaid works -58 hours per week Men on the other hand, surprisingly fewer household works with the increase of their child number [Word count = 152, Written by - Arora] Sample Answer 3: The given column graph shows information on the amount of unpaid works done by men and women of different categories As is presented in the illustration, married women who don't have children the unpaid-works (gardening, child care and household works) 30 hours per week whereas married men the similar unpaid jobs for about 18 hours per week Women, who have one or two children such work for 50 hours/week but the men from the same category only 17hours (approximately) each week The women who have more than kids seem to work the highest amount of unpaid works per week ...TỔNG HỢP CÁC BÀI MẪU IELTS SPEAKING THEO CHỦ ĐỀ  Collected by: Mai Thắng Cường Shared by: IELTS – Tôi Tự Học!  Source: ieltsspeaking.co.uk  Hà Nội, 2016 Contents Technology Part 1-style questions Examiner: Do you enjoy using technology? Stephan: Well … I wouldn’t call myself a techie or a computer buff but I enjoy using computers … I’d like to find out more about how they work … when my computer crashes I never know what to • a computer buff: an expert computer user • a techie: somebody who has an interest in technology • to crash: to suddenly stop working Examiner: Do you use the Internet for your studies? Sophie: Yes … I’d be lost without it … I lots of video conferencing to practise speaking and social media like Facebook is a good way to meet up with other students … and I download podcasts that teach English vocabulary and grammar • video conferencing: to see and hear people from different locations using the Internet • social media: media used to interact with other people such as Facebook or Twitter • download (podcasts): to save a copy of a file from the internet to your own device Examiner: Do you have your own computer? Tania: Yes … I have a Macbook Pro … I use it all the time … for word processing … browsing websites and catching up with TV programmes I’ve missed • word processing; producing written texts on a computer • to browse websites: to look at websites Part 2-style task Describe an item of technology you have that is very important You should say: • what the technology is • when you got it • how often you use it and say how different your daily life would be without it Mattie: I don’t have many gadgets … just a computer … a laptop and my mobile phone … but I’ll talk about my computer as it’s so useful … it’s funny really … years ago I was still learning to use computers … how to use email … send attachments how to access websites … then I decided to a digital editing course for video and photography … and so I bought the laptop when I started the course … my husband had a desktop PC but it was very slow so I decided to upgrade to a powerful one because we a lot of video editing on the course … it’s a high-spec laptop … very fast … the latest operating system … it boots up really quickly and it’s fun to use so it makes working a pleasure … I’ve become a competent computer user now … if I didn’t have it I daresay I’d have to spend more time at college using their computers … but on the positive side I suppose I’d read a lot more if I didn’t have it … I probably waste a lot of time surfing the web … but hopefully I won’t have to be without it … • to access websites/email: to locate • a gadget: a technological tool like a mobile phone or camera • send an attachment: send an email with an accompanying file • a desktop PC: a computer that isn’t portable and remains in situ on a desk • digital editing: to edit digital materials like audio or video files • to upgrade: to obtain a more powerful or feature-rich computer or piece of software • to boot up: to start a computer • high-spec (laptop): powerful computer with top quality components • operating system: the software that tells the computer how to work • to surf the web: to look at a series of websites one after the other Part 3-style questions Examiner: What you think are the important things people need to learn when they start using computers? Alejandro: Well … there are things like how to use the Internet … how to enter a web address … how to navigate websites … that kind of thing but it’s also important to know how to back up your files in case your computer crashes … and all about Internet security • to back up files: to make a copy of files in case of a computer problem • to enter a web address: to type the address of a website into the address bar of your browser • Internet security: Internet safety • to navigate a website: to TỔNG HỢP BÀI MẪU IELTS WRITING – TASK Mr Tùng Bờm – IELTS Fighter Club Tổng hợp: Mr.Tùng Bờm – IELTS Fighter Club Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tungtrym Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/30ngaychinhphuc6.5ielts Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ielts.mr.Tung Nguồn: ieltsmaterial.com Website học IELTS Online miễn phí: http://ielts-fighter.com/ Thông báo: Đầu tháng 4, Mr.Tùng khai giảng lớp IELTS kĩ Hà Nội - Lịch dự kiến: 15/04/2016 - Số buổi học: 26 buổi / 52 học Cam kết đảm bảo đầu học viên tham gia khóa học Chi tiết ad thông báo sau! Chúc bạn học tốt! IELTS Fighter Club ielts-fighter.com TỔNG HỢP BÀI MẪU IELTS WRITING – TASK Mr Tùng Bờm – IELTS Fighter Club The pie charts below show the percentage of housing owned and rented in the UK in 1991 and 2007 Summarize the information by describing the main features of the charts and making comparisons where appropriate Write at least 150 words The pie charts compare home ownership and renting for 1991 and 2007 in percentage terms In 1991, home owner were the most popular type of housing, accounting for 60%, or more than over half of all homes The next largest sector was social rented homes, amounting to 23% or nearly one-third of homes The remaining homes were mostly privately rented (11%) with a tiny fraction being social housing (6%) Sixteen years later, in 2007, the number of home owners had risen to 70%, or almost three quarters of all homes This was an increase of 10% compared with 1991 Much of the increase in home ownership can be explained by the decrease in social rented homes, which had dropped from 23% to 17% The percentage of privately rented homes had remained unchanged at 11% However, there were million more homes in 2007 compared with 1991 so the number of rented homes had increased despite the same percentage Social housing has decreased three-fold from 6% in 1991 to 2% in 2007, and it remains the least popular type of housing (180 words) IELTS Fighter Club ielts-fighter.com TỔNG HỢP BÀI MẪU IELTS WRITING – TASK Mr Tùng Bờm – IELTS Fighter Club The graph gives information about drinking habits of the US population by age Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant Write at least 150 words The bar chart shows information about people’s drinking behavior by age group in the US Several trends are evident The highest proportion of those who never drink (nearly two-thirds) was in the 16 to 24 years group The proportion tended to decrease with age Only 40 per cent of people aged 65 to 74 had never drink On the other hand, the percentage of those who had quit drinking tended to increase with age Only per cent of those in the youngest age group (16 to 24) were ex-drinkers, as opposed to roughly 40 per cent of those aged 65 to 75 The percentage of those classed as heavy drinkers also showed a distinct pattern People in middle age (35 to 54) tended to be the heaviest drinkers – approximately 13 per cent of the total A relatively small proportion of those in the youngest age group, and an even smaller percentage of those in the oldest group (roughly per cent) drink heavily Overall, age appears to be a significant factor in patterns of drinking behavior (177 words) IELTS Fighter Club ielts-fighter.com TỔNG HỢP BÀI MẪU IELTS WRITING – TASK Mr Tùng Bờm – IELTS Fighter Club The table shows the average length of YouTube video advertisements and average length of time viewers spend watching them Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features Average YouTube Video ad length and time viewed Write at least 150 words The table shows the average length of YouTube video advertisements by sector and average length of time viewers spent watching these advertisements The average length of the advertisements varied from a low of 21.8 seconds for pharmaceuticals to a high of 66.7 for public service advertisements With the exception of government- and technology- related advertisements, in general, Mr.Tùng Bờm (8.0 IELTS) – Tổng hợp biên soạn https://www.facebook.com/groups/ielts.mr.Tung Tổng hợp: Mr.Tùng Bờm – IELTS Fighter Club Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tungtrym Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/30ngaychinhphuc6.5ielts Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ielts.mr.Tung Nguồn: Tổng hợp từ internet Website học IELTS Online miễn phí: http://ielts-fighter.com/ Thông báo: Đầu tháng 4, Mr.Tùng khai giảng lớp IELTS kĩ Hà Nội - Lịch dự kiến: 15/04/2016 - Số buổi học: 26 buổi / 52 học Cam kết đảm bảo đầu học viên tham gia khóa học Chi tiết ad thông báo sau! Chúc bạn học tốt! Học tập IELTS tốt với Khóa học IELTS miễn phí tại: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ielts.mr.Tung Giảng dạy: Mr.Tùng Bờm – 8.0 IELTS Mr.Tùng Bờm (8.0 IELTS) – Tổng hợp biên soạn https://www.facebook.com/groups/ielts.mr.Tung Writing sample Some people believe that media should be allowed to publish information about the private lives of famous people Others say that everybody has a right to privacy and this practice must be controlled or even stopped Discuss both views We are living in a celebrity obsessed world where everything that famous people or say makes headlines If media publishes stories about the private lives of the rich and the famous, that is because there is an audience for them People want to know what celebrities do, say, wear, eat and drink Media merely satisfies this need because it makes sound business sense for them Public personalities also have a private life that they want to shield from others Just because they are famous, the media doesn’t have the right to publish all sorts of personal information about them It has now become fashionable to publish photos and stories that are demeaning to famous people This trend must be condemned Everybody has flaws; however, when a celebrity exhibits them it becomes news People get some weird pleasure from knowing that these famous men and women that they admire are not perfect On the flip side, there is a symbiotic relationship between celebrities and the media One depends on the other for their existence Celebrities need media exposure to remain celebrities They are desperate to stay in the news They need media attention to build their career They become conscious of their right to privacy only after they have established themselves in the industry At that stage, however, they can’t expect the media, which fuelled their growth, to stop writing about them To conclude, as long as people want to know about the private lives of famous personalities, media will oblige them with photos and stories However, I believe that public personalities also have a right to privacy Although I wouldn’t say that media should stop writing about famous people, I believe that they should draw a line Media must resist the temptation to publish stories that can destroy lives and careers (303 words) Học tập IELTS tốt với Khóa học IELTS miễn phí tại: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ielts.mr.Tung Giảng dạy: Mr.Tùng Bờm – 8.0 IELTS Mr.Tùng Bờm (8.0 IELTS) – Tổng hợp biên soạn https://www.facebook.com/groups/ielts.mr.Tung Writing sample Scientists and the news media are presenting ever more evidence of climate change Governments cannot be expected to solve this problem It is the responsibility of individuals to change their lifestyle to prevent further damage What are your views? Recently scientists worried about climate change have urged governments to introduce measures to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions that are seen as its main cause Simultaneously, politicians and environmentalists have urged individuals to make changes to their lifestyle I shall argue that governments and individuals should take join responsibility for this problem Firstly, industry accounts for a large proportion of the greenhouse gas emissions, and this can only be controlled by government action Measures could be taken to discourage pollution, such as limiting or taxing the use of fossil fuels Alternatively, subsidies could be offered VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí Bài mẫu IELTS Bar Graph - 1: Leisure time enjoyed by men and women of different employment status The chart below shows the amount of leisure time enjoyed by men and women of different employment status Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information shown below Leisure time in a typical week in hour- by sex and employment status, 1998-99 Model Answer 1: The provided chart shows the number of leisure hours enjoyed by men and women in a typical week in 1998-99, according to gender and employment status As is observed from the graph, the unemployed and retired men and women had more leisure time than the other type of people Among the full-time employed people, men had about 45 hours of leisure time on an average per week compared to the 38 hours of leisure time for women No data is given for the part-time employed men and women from this category enjoyed 40 hours of leisure time in a week This figure is slightly more than the employed women perhaps because of their employment nature Unemployed and retired people had the longest period for leisure activity both for men and women and men had a bit more hours than the women As expected the retired and unemployed people enjoyed about 78 to 82 hours per week which is longer than people from other employment statuses Lastly, housewives enjoyed approximately 50 hours of leisure time which is more than the employed women but less than the unemployed and retired women The graph reflects that men had more leisure time from all employment statuses than women which indicates that women spent more time working at home than VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí their male counterparts The graph summarises that the male enjoyed more leisure time than women and employed people had less time for leisure activities than retired and unemployed people (Approximately 244 words) Sample Answer 2: The graph compares the amount of leisure time enjoyed by people of different employment levels in a typical week in the year 1998-1999 In the given column graph, no data has been provided for the part-time employed and house-staying men For rest of the cases, Men have more leisure time than women of the same category The highest amount of leisure hours is enjoyed by those, who are unemployed Unemployed men had approximately 85 hours of spare time and women from the same category had about 83 hours The retired people also enjoyed the same amount of leisure activities as did the unemployed men and women On the contrary, full-time employed men had a total of 40 hours leisure time compared to about 37 hours of women from the same status Finally, women with part-time jobs had 40 hours to spend for their leisure activities and housewives had 50 hours leisure time per week In conclusion, unemployed and retire people, both men and women enjoyed more leisure time than employed people and men compared to women had more time for leisure activities (Approximately 181 words) Tips for writing answer for this Academic Writing Task 1: The given bar graph compares the data for the year 1998 and 1999 So your answer should be in past tense For instance: Full time employed men enjoyed about 44 hours of leisure time while the female of this category had approximately 38 hours of leisure time Notice that no data for the home staying husbands and part-time employed men are given in the graph So mention that fact as well Example: No data for the part-time employed men and house-staying men are given in the illustration Observe that men and women of retired and unemployed categories had more free times than the employed people This is an important fact of the graph So mention this fact in your writing Female had less leisure time than the men in the given categories As this is an important factor of the graph, mention this and also give a hint ... of household works than the men (Approximately 20 8 words) VnDoc - Tải tài liệu, văn pháp luật, biểu mẫu miễn phí Sample Answer 5: The given bar graph depicts the average hours of unpaid work... of the bar graph: This graph shows the total hour of unpaid jobs like child rearing, household works, cooking, cleaning, gardening etc done by male and female per week The result of this graph. .. of the bar graph i.e men with more than children work even less for the unpaid jobs Mention this interesting fact in your writing Since no past year or month is mentioned in this bar graph, your
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