TỔNG HỢP CÂU HỎI VÀ TRẢ LỜI MẪU IELTS SPEAKING PART 1 TOPIC : WORK OR STUDY
Chủ đề Work và Study là một trong những chủ đề cực kỳ phổ biến trong thi Ielts Speaking. Đối với các bạn band 7,8 thì đây là một chủ đề có thể nói là " dễ như ăn cháo" nhưng đối với các bạn band 5- 5.5 thì cần phải có những câu trả lời mẫu để chuẩn bị và tham khảo. Khi học chúng ta nên học từ những chủ đề dễ trước để chắc chắn chúng ta có thể ăn điểm ở các phần dễ rồi sau đó mới đi sâu vào những phần khó hơn. Dưới đây là các câu hỏi phổ biến và câu trả lời cho topic ielts speaking part 1 Work or Study
1. Do you work or are you a student?
I’m a qualified doctor, but at the moment I’m studying English so that I can work in this country.
2. Do you enjoy your job?
Yes, I really enjoy my job. Ever since I was a child I have always wanted to be a doctor; I’ve always wanted to be able to help people.
3. What's the best thing about your job?
The best thing about my job is that I can make a difference in people’s lives. It’s a great feeling to see someone recover after an illness because my colleagues and I were able to help.
4. Do you prefer working alone or with others? Why?
In a hospital you have to work as part of a team. I’ve got used to working with others, and I think you can achieve a lot more as a team than you would alone.
1. Do you work or study?
I’m currently a student at Queen’s University, Belfast.
2. What do you study?
I study law because it’s a really well thought of degree and I’m hoping to pursue it as a career in the future
3. Is it a popular subject at your university?
Very popular, in fact, it’s one of the most sought after courses. I think there are about 350 people reading law at Queen’s. I think lots of student’s parents want them to study law so they can get a good job after they graduate.
4. Do you enjoy studying it?
It’s such a huge subject that there will always be parts you like and parts you don’t like. I find Human Rights fascinating because it can really make a difference to peoples’ lives. On the other hand, modules like Land Law and Equity are really boring
5. If you could change to another subject, what would it be?
I planned to study medicine, but then when I went on work experience I fainted at the first sight of blood, so definitely not that. I’m a real history buff and read books about World War 2 all the time, so I suppose it would have to be Modern History.
6. What is the most difficult part of your subject?
You have to remember lots of legislation and cases and not only remember their names but also how the affect each part of the law and how they interact with each other. Physically it can also be exhausting because we have to read very dense texts for a few hours every day.
7. Do you like studying? Why / why not?
Yes, I like studying because it's the best way to gain a deeper insight into any subject. I like reading, learning from others, and trying to understand difficult concepts.
8. Do you prefer to study alone or with others? Why?
I prefer to study alone because I need to be able to concentrate fully.
Other people are a distraction.
9. Where do you prefer to go when you need to study? Why?
I like to find a quiet corner in my local library; being in an old building and surrounded by books seems to help me to focus on my work.
10. How do you feel if someone disturbs you when you are studying?
It frustrates me because it breaks my concentration. I prefer to avoid distractions by going somewhere where nobody will interrupt me.
(Questions and answer sources: ielts-simon, ielts-advantage)