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- Vượt qua phần thi nói IELTS part 1 không khó
- What makes you happy?
- Would you say you are a happy person?
- Does the weather affect your mood?
- What kind of things do you do to make yourself happy?
- In what part of the days are you happiest?
- Were you happier when you were a child?
- Is there anything about your life you’re not happy with?
- Do you think happiness is important?
- Why do you think someone is unhappy?
Vượt qua phần thi nói IELTS part 1 không khó
Sau đây là một vài câu trả lời mẫu cho phần thi nói IELTS part 1. Phần thi này gồm những câu hỏi ngắn, yêu cầu các bạn trả lời từ 4-6 câu, với nội dung về thông tin cá nhân, sở thích hoặc gia đình/công việc/thời tiết/đất nước..
Một trong những khó khăn gặp phải của thí sinh là không nghĩ ra được ý tưởng để trả lời. Vì vậy những câu nói mẫu bên dưới, hi vọng sẽ gợi ý cũng như cung cấp từ vựng cho các bạn về chủ đề cũng tương đối lạ và khó trả lời: HAPPINESS
What makes you happy?
People might have different kinds of pleasures but my happiness simply is a tasty delicious meal well-spent with my beloveds. After a long hard day at work, nothing puts a smile on my face unless it’s a wonderful meal prepared by my top-chef mom. This is what money cannot buy I suppose.
Would you say you are a happy person?
Well, generally yes but not all the time I guess. On a down day, I can be such a complainer who are displeased nearly about anything, namely heavy traffic or impolite people I have to encounter with at public places. However, in general, I’m quite a cheerful and optimistic person because/since/as I find myself extremely lucky to have a happy home and a stable high-paid job.
Does the weather affect your mood?
- I don’t think so. Others might say the weather decides how their mood of the day would be, for example/for instance, if it’s too hot, they might lose their tempers easily or if it’s too cold, they might feel blue and gray. This, however, does not apply to me because/since/as I don’t let things get me down. I’m not easily depressed simply because of the weather.
- Absolutely/Definitely/Undoubtedly yes. To be specific, when I used to live/reside/stay in London, the weather was mostly cold and gray with torrential rain/downpour. My mood was significantly/completely/totally affected that I didn’t want to be outdoor and had to cancel all my hanging-out plans. Now that I’m in Vietnam where it’s constantly hot and dry, I turn to a hot-tempered person although/eventhough I know I shouldn’t act like that.
What kind of things do you do to make yourself happy?
- There is a variety/an array of things I can think of to cheer me up/uplift my mood. To illustrate/For example/For instance, an upbeat song with catchy tunes and rhythms will help raise me up whenever I feel blue/down in the dumps/downhearted/have low spirits. Alternatively, going out to a fancy/posh/swanky restaurants where delicious/tasty/wonderful/scrumptious/top-notch food/dishes is/are served would also make me cheerful/joyful again. Besides, watching a movie with my best friends/girl group is also a remedy for the soul.
- In order to maintain my happiness, more often than not/sometimes/usually I have the need to get out of the bustling and hustling city to enjoy/find inner peace from the countryside or going on adventures, namely hiking and trekking in the forest or up the mountain. Other people might find joy in earning lots of money and achieving high status in the society but the most important thing to me is live in nature now and then to get away from it all for awhile/a short (period of) time.
In what part of the days are you happiest?
The time I find myself totally relaxed and cheerful the most is when I finish work and go back home for rest. This is when I have all the time for myself and pursue some of my hobbies such as reading or watching movies to regain the energy before facing another working day.
Were you happier when you were a child?
My answer must be yes and no. In some extent, as/when I was a child, I did not have to worry about earning money or putting up walls between others. Speaking of which, I had much more trust in people and kindness in the world. I do not say growing up means losing faith in humanity but of course, as you enter the rat race, you are not as innocent and carefree as you used to. On the other hand, I believe being an adult provides you various/numerous/endless/countless opportunities/chances to do what you’re keen on/fond of/passionate about/interested in. When you were little, your parents wouldn’t allow you to do some certain things yet as/when you grow up; you pretty much can do whatever you like/love.
Is there anything about your life you’re not happy with?
I would like to believe my life is relatively perfect because/since/as I have all the essential/necessary/crucial things in the world, namely happy family, trustworthy friends and bright future career. However / On the other hand, there is one thing I’m not satisfied with, which is my limited time to pursue my hobbies and hectic busy schedule at work. If I had one wish, I would love to have more time to do exercises and go travelling to broaden my horizon/enrich my experiences/knowledge.
Do you think happiness is important?
This is out of the question because/since/as it’s definitely/absolutely/totally yes. Who wants to lead an unhappy/sorrowful life? However, some people might unconsciously choose/prioritize other things, such as money, power or fame, and in return, they have to sacrifice their own happiness to achieve/acquire/possess them. Happiness can be defined simply as a happy home, strong relationships with your friends or the self-actualization that you contribute to the society. Focusing too much on material values might cause you the loss of such listed happiness.
Why do you think someone is unhappy?
From my perspective/In my opinion/ From my point of view (viewpoint), there are two main reasons making people unhappy. The first one is due to circumstances. Some people were born in poverty and lack of education so they tend to have difficult lives in which they always worry about putting food on the table. The second one is due to their own wrongful choices. These groups of people might not have to strive for survival but they lose their mind because of power and material things. Instead of investing in relationships, they sell their soul to money or fame, thus/hence/therefore; they lose sight about what is the most important thing in life. When their marriage falls apart or they eventually find themselves alone at the end of the day, obviously they cannot feel happy with only cash or a big number in their bank accounts.
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