10 CÂU HỎI VÀ TRẢ LỜI MẪU IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 HOMETOWN
Hometown là một trong những chủ đề khá dễ của phần ielts speaking part 1. Nhưng chính vì là chủ đề dễ nên các bạn phải thật cẩn thận trong cách dùng grammar, chủ ý dùng số ít, số nhiều, các thì hiện tại quá khứ cho thật chuẩn xác. Vì chủ đề khó thì giám khảo sẽ còn bỏ qua các lỗi nhỏ nhưng đối với các chủ đề dễ họ sẽ chấm khắt khe hơn. Do vậy Native Speaker đã sưu tập một số câu hỏi và trả lời mẫu để các bạn có thể tham khảo và áp dùng trong quá trình thì ielts speaking cho phần thì part 1, chủ đề hometown
1. Where is your hometown?
My hometown is on the south-east coast of Northern Ireland. It’s called Dundrum and it's about 1 hour south of the capital city
2. What do you like about it?
It’s an area of outstanding natural beauty and for me, one of the most beautiful places of the earth. It has everything: fantastic beaches, rolling mountains, dense forests, and picturesque countryside
3. What do you not like about it
It can be a little bit boring because it’s really tiny. There are only a few small shops and a couple of pubs and that’s it! In the summer, it’s OK because you can enjoy the outdoors but it would be nice to have a few more indoor facilities for the winter
4. How often do you visit your hometown?
Not as much as I should. I only get to visit about once a year now to see my family because I’m really busy with work and it’s quite far away, but I hope to visit more in the future
5. What’s the oldest part of your hometown?
There is an old Norman castle that sits on top of the highest hill in the town. It’s a ruin now, but there are some breathtaking views from it and it’s easy to see why they chose that site for a castle because the toy can see for miles around.
6. Do many people visit your hometown?
Thousand of tourists visit every summer. They come from the capital city mostly to get away from the hustle and bustle and enjoy the peace and quiet. There are more international tourists visiting.
7. Is there any way your hometown could be made better?
As I said before, the best thing about the town is its rural beauty and you can't really improve that. If I had to say something. It would be to improve the roads, they are in a terrible state and cause a few car accidents everyday year
8. How was your hometown changed over the years?
Since I was a child the town has almost doubled in size and population. It used to consist of just one main street, but now there are many new housing developments and apartments next to the water. With all these new people moving in, it has changed the character of the town a little bit, people are not as friendly as before
9. Are there good transportation links to your town?
The public transport system consists of just buses that pass through the town on an hourly basis. One bus goes north to the capital city which is really convenient if you need to do any shopping and the other bus goes south where you can switch buses and go across the border to the Republic of Ireland, so you could say we have international transport links which are not bad for a little town like ours
10. Would you recommend the town to people with children?
Yes and no. It is obviously a great place to bring up kids because there are so many things for them to do like swim in the sea, play in the forest and run on the beach. However, the good schools are pretty far away and I remember having to get up really early every morning to catch a bus to school that was 20 miles away