Ielts speaking với chủ đề Family, một chủ đề khá rộng có thể được sử dụng trong cả 3 phần của bài thi Ielts speaking.
1.Ielts speaking Family những cụm từ hữu ích
- One – parent/ single – parent family ~ nuclear family: a family where the children live with only one parent
- Family life: the way a family lives
- Family business: the job your parents and probably your grandparents used to do
- Family background: the sort of family you come from
- Come from: the group of people who are related to you
- Grew up: develop from being a child to being an adult
- Extended family: all the people in a family including aunts, uncles, grandparents
- Household: all the people who live in one house
- Domestic life: connected with the private family home
- Close/ distant relative of mine: near or not in a family relationship
- Take after ~ resemblance: to look like or be like a parent or older member of your family
- Hereditary: a quality which is passed from parents to children
- Run in the family: something which is passed from parents to children or a common feature in a family
e.g: All her children are very artistic. It must run in the family.
- Bringing up ~ raising: to look after children in a family until they are adults and to teach them how to behave
- Upbringing: the way somebody is brought up
- Breadwinner: a person who earns all or most of the money in family
- Support: to have enough money to be able to look after a family
- Start a family: have children
- Fatherly/motherly: behaving like a father/mother
- Motherhood: the state of being a mother
- Step mother/ father: the person who married to your father/mother
- Foster brother/sister: having different parents, but being brought up in the same family
- Identical twins: twins who look exactly the same
- In – laws: the parents of your husband or wife
- Next of kin: your closest relative, who should be told if you are injured
Một số câu hỏi có thể hỏi trong Part 1 Ielts speaking
- Tell me something about your family
- What do you like doing most with your family?
- Who are you close to in your family?
- In what way is your family important to you?
- In what ways have families changed in the last hundred years?
- Should we rely heavily on our families or is it better to try to be independent?
2.Ielts speaking part 2+3 với chủ đề Family
Dưới đây là một số gợi ý cho chủ đề Family
- Family Tradition (Part 2):
Describe your favourite family tradition.
You should say:
- what the tradition is
- when it occurs
- what you do
and explain why it is your favourite tradition.
My favourite family tradition is most certainly Lunar New Year, which is celebrated on the first month in Lunar January. Tet is a wonderful holiday. Actually, everyday should be some days of Lunar New Year. My family loves to celebrate this holiday.
It is a yearly tradition for our family to gather at my grandma’s house for Tet Holidays. I always look forward to this event. My cousins and other family members that I do not get to see often are there. My grandma and other family members prepare some traditional meal, decorate home . There is always plenty for everyone. The main thing is of course the kumquat trees .When I was younger, I would always want to have more lucky money.
Tet holidays are always a good time of fellowship and bonding for my family. We usually talk about experiments over last years. Sometimes after everyone is done eating, we play card. You can see why this is a favorite tradition for me and my family. I wish we could do it more often.
- Successful family member (Part 2)
Describe the member of your family who is the most successful.
You should say:
- who this person is
- how often you see each other
- what this person does
and explain why he/she is successful.
I think that the person who is the most successful in my family would be my father. I think also that the answer to the question ‘Who is the most successful person in your family?’ basically depends on what you think ‘success’ means, so, my answer is in the context of working life, rather than personal life. And that’s why I’ve chosen my dad. He has a job that is rewarding. He feels like he’s accomplishing something, that is obviously personally and professionally satisfying, but he also feels like he’s contributing to society in a positive way, which is a quality that a lot of jobs these days seem to lack and is something that I gauge success on.
It’s a bit hard to explain exactly what he does, but basically he works for a charitable organisation that runs retirement homes for old people, especially old people who haven’t got much money. It’s a management job, but working in a context which is really worthwhile.
His success is due to a lot of different things basically … finding the right job for him, one that suited him and his personality as well as his qualifications, and the goals that he wants to reach in his working life. But he’s also just worked hard over a lot of years, which means that it’s more likely that he’ll be successful, I guess, if success comes from hard work, which it often does.
I see my dad very regularly, about once a week. We often eat breakfast together before we go to our respective workplaces, so, yes, I think that I’d have to say he was the most successful because he enjoys what he does, as well as making a decent living out of it and I admire that in him. I think that in a work context this is what success means.
Ielts Speaking Family Part 3
Attitudes to family
- In what ways have families in your country changed in recent years?
- Should husbands and wives have different roles within the family? Why (not)?
Family or friends
- Which are more important to you: your family or your friends?
- What conflicts can arise between a person’s family and a person’s friends?
- What responsibilities do parents have towards their children?
- What responsibilities do children have towards their parents?
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