Luyện thi IELTS thầy Anh

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Speaking part 1: weather


What kind of weather is typical in your hometown?

It’s a jungle climate, so it’s quite hot all year long. During wet season, it is extremely humid and sticky.  For many, the climate is hard to take. For me, I’m used to it. I don’t even sweat profusely (sweat a lot).

2. How many seasons are there in your place?

Two seasons- wet and dry. They each last about half the year. In wet season, there are downpours (extreme, heavy rain) and it’s generally humid and sticky. In dry season, it is a dry heat. I find dry season to be a lot more comfortable although the flora in wet season is more impressive.

3. What is your favorite season?

I would say dry season. It’s difficult to get around during wet season during a downpour since our culture is to go around by motorbike,  not to mention that the streets flood easily. All in all, it’s a hassle (annoying or difficult). So, I much prefer the dry season since it’s a dry, more bearable heat.

4. What kind of weather do you like most?

If I could choose, I would say about 28 degrees, dry, with a cool breeze. This would be ideal whether to go for a motorbike ride around the countryside or lie out on the beach. Since I don’t like extremes, this would be perfect for me.

5. Do you prefer dry or wet weather?

Dry! As I said before, heavy rain becomes a hassle in my city. Moreover, the dry heat feels a lot more comfortable, as the humidity is nearly unbearable in this part of the world at times.

Speaking topic 1: tea or coffe

1. What do you prefer, tea or coffee?

I’m definitely more of a tea person. However, I need a cup or two of coffee to shift myself into gear (to get started) in the morning. After this, I always stick with (choose) tea. Coffee tends to make me feel a bit anxious, whereas tea gives me a natural, energized feeling. Moreover, tea has more health benefits for me, especially since I’m prone to (easily get) colds and coughs.

2. What do you usually prepare for your guests, tea or coffee?

Definitely tea. As I don’t have a coffee-maker or French press, I wouldn’t want to serve instant coffee, so I always heat up water in my kettle and serve some tea, either in bags or fresh. Since I have quite a collection of different teas, I feel prouder to share this with my guests.

3. When was the last time you drank coffee or tea?

Just before this exam actually! I drank 2 cups of green tea this morning with my breakfast. As I was a tad nervous, I decided not to drink coffee this morning, as it sometimes causes me to feel jittery (nervous and shaking).

Speaking part 1 and 2: pollution (including sample and audio)

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topic: Pollution

1. Is there anything being polluted in your hometown?

Absolutely. As the industry and economy are on the rise (increasing), more and more factories are showing up, causing air pollution. Moreover, as people’s salaries have increased, more people can afford their own personal vehicles, which worsens this problem. Furthermore, there is waste dumped (thrown into) in the bodies of water, causing water pollution. Lastly, as there are many new construction projects and traffic jams, noise pollution is also on the rise.

2. What are the common types of pollutions in the countryside?

As many of the factories are built in rural areas, they are a cause of air pollution in the countryside. Moreover, the use of pesticides (chemicals to keep bugs and animals away from plants) and chemical fertilizers (chemicals added to make soil stronger) in farming does not help this problem. Furthermore, some people dispose of their personal waste into bodies of water, causing water pollution.

3. What are the causes of those pollutions?

Although there are many different factors to these complex (complicated with many parts) problems, I will talk about a few. I would say that the cause of these pollutions are due to industry, such as the factories. Moreover, farming contributes to this problem, as there is a high demand to have enough food for the increasing population. Lastly, water pollution stems from (starts from) poor waste management systems in rural areas, as well as ineffective operation of waste treatment facilities.

4. Have you ever done anything to help the environment?

I could definitely do more! However, I think that small actions do count.  I always carry my trash home with me to throw away if there isn’t a public garbage bin available. I would feel so guilty blatantly littering! Moreover, I choose to ride my bicycle or walk when transportation isn’t needed. Lastly, I opt (choose) to not get a plastic bag when they are unnecessary in stores.

Describe a skill you need long time to learn

You should say:

  • What it is
  • Where you can learn it
  • How to learn it
  • And explain why you need long time to learn it

Model answer

I would like to talk about learning a language, which definitely requires a lot of time and patience. I think many people go into learning a language expecting to speak fluently after a few short months which can lead them to disappointment. I think to truly be fluent in a language, you need at least 3 years, preferably living and immersing yourself in that country. Language starts with the grammar and sentence structure, then being able to listen and respond, then onto reading and writing which is a whole different ball game (a different challenge). Even those who can communicate effectively would still struggle to read a novel or literature in that language.

You can begin to learn a language in various ways. For one, you can learn it in school and a language center, which is a good base for grammar especially. Secondly, you can study it on your own, maybe even by watching youtube videos, series/ movies, listening to music, etc.  which is becoming more of a trend nowadays due to the high costs of studying at a language center. Moreover, you can learn it by starting a relationship with someone and figuring out a way to communicate after some time – I think it usually happens fast when you catch feelings (to start feeling emotions for someone) for someone who doesn’t speak the same language! Lastly, you can move to that country and pick it up there. I would say this is the best way, although many don’t have this opportunity.

I think language learning is a tedious (long, detailed) process because it involves many different skills, such as memorization, pronunciation, grammar, etc., and requires you to think outside of the box, which doesn’t come easily for some. Moreover, I think it takes your brain a long time to accept another language when you’ve spent your whole life making memories in one.  All in all, it is no easy task.

Dự đoán đề thi speaking tháng 5-tháng 8/2019

IELTS Speaking Part 1 Topics (May – August 2019)


Do you like to smile?

How often do you smile?

Do you smile when you are having your picture taken?

When do people smile to others?

Can you sense (or feel, or tell)  if someone’s smile is fake?



Do you like reading?

How often do you read?

Do you usually read for leisure or for work purposes?

What kinds of book do you like to read?

What was your favourite book or story when you were a child?

Do you like E-books?

Do you ever read professional books?



What apps do you often use?
Which do you prefer, an information app or a chat app?
Do you want to develop an app yourself?
Do you often use apps on mobile phones?
What kinds of apps do you expect in the future?



Do you like perfume?

Do you use perfume?

Would you ever give perfume as a gift?



Do you like sports?

Do you often watch sports on TV?

How often do you play sports?

Do you prefer watching or playing sports?

What’s the most common sport in your country?

Do you think it is difficult to learn a new sport?

Are there many celebrity athletes in your country?

Did you prefer team sports or individual sports when you were young?



Do you like travelling?

Where would you like to travel for a vacation? (Why?)

Who do you often spend holiday with?

Do you prefer traveling alone or in a group?

How much traveling have you done?

What kind of places have you visited in your life?

When you visit new places, what do you like to do?

In which seasons do you prefer to travel?

What is the best season to travel in your country?


Time Management    

How do you organize you time?

Do you make plans every day?

Would you say you manage your time well?

Are you ever late for anything?

Do you think young people organize their time in the same way?

What’s the biggest difficulty you have when managing time?


Litter/ Rubbish

Do you think it’s important to keep the city clean?

What do you do when you see rubbish on the street?

Can you suggest why some people throw their litter on the ground?

Do you think plastic bags are a serious environmental problem?


Children’s Ideas

When do you think children start to have their own ideas?

Should parents follow their children’s ideas or should they say “No” to them?

Can children say no?


Places to Play  

Where did you play when you were a child?


Diversity/ Social Variety 



Have you ever had a pet?

Do many people in your country have a pet?

Is there any animal you would like to have as a pet?

What animal(s) would you not like to have as a pet?


The Sky

Do you often look at the sky?

Do you know much about the stars and planets?

Can you see the moon and stars at night where you live?

Is there a good place to look at the sky where you live?

Do you prefer to look at the sky in the daytime, or at night?

Do school students learn much about planets and the stars (at school) in your country?


IELTS Speaking : Childhood

Describe a happy childhood memory.

You should say:

  • when and where the incident you remember happened
  • who you were with
  • what happened exactly

and explain why it is a happy memory.

I grew up very far from most of my family so I only saw them once a year. Every summer I would go to stay with them, while my parents continued working. Although I missed my parents, I used to really enjoy spending time with my grandparents, cousins, aunts and uncles. I spent all summer there, nearly two whole months, so from time to time my cousins and I would get bored. We would ask my grandparents if they had any ideas for interesting things we could do. Sometimes they suggested going for a bike ride, sometimes into town to do some shopping. At other times, they showed us a new game to play. Then we were happy again.

One day – it must be about 30 years ago (doesn’t time fly!) – all of us got really, really bored and we kept complaining to my grandparents. They were tearing their hair out, trying to think up ideas of where we could go and what we could do. Suddenly, my granddad came up with the idea of going to a new water park that had opened that summer. I hadn’t heard about it but my cousins had, and they told me all about it. It was a park with vast numbers of different pools, some inside, some outside. There were water slides as well. And, on top of there was not one, but two playgrounds with swings, a merry-go-round, see-saws. We were so excited.

We set off and on the way we were all singing songs and laughing. We couldn’t wait to get there. When we arrived, my cousins and I ran into the park and changed into our swimming costumes. Then we went looking for the most exciting-looking pool, and we found it, one with brightly coloured tiles and slides, we jumped straight in. We played all day in the park and had a lovely lunch, sat on some benches in the sunshine.

My granddad loved a pool that was filled with spa water. It was dark brown and stank of rotten eggs. I didn’t want to go in but he eventually convinced me. I’m pleased he did because the water was really warm. I’d never swam in water that warm. I didn’t want to get out, despite the terrible smell.

I consider it such a happy memory because we enjoyed ourselves so much and I remember so vividly how I felt that day. But there’s more to it than just that. When I look back now, I understand how caring my grandparents were and how much they wanted us all to be happy. They would have done anything to help us have a good time. I appreciate that more now that I’m older and have children of my own. I hope we thanked them; I can’t remember. But, anyway, they were content, I’m sure, to just watch us have an amazing time, playing and laughing in the water. So, as you can see, it was a wonderful day and is one of my favourite childhood memories.

What other activity did you use to enjoy when you were staying with your family?
I loved going for walks in the local park. There were people selling all kinds of delicious foods from carts, so my grandparents would invariably buy us some treat, like homemade ice-cream or cakes.

task 1- Diagram #1

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task.

The diagram below shows the production of electricity using a system called Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC).

Write a report for a university lecturer describing the information below.

Write at least 150 words.


Fill in the “show more” with these words below

deposited enters introduced
generated converts discharged

Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) is a system that

heat energy into the electric power using the temperature difference between surface seawater, which can be up to 29 degrees Celsius, and deep seawater, which is only 5 degrees Celsius.

The main components of the system are an evacuated evaporation chamber, a turbine and a condensing chamber. The solar energy of the sun heats up the surface water and this warm water is

into the evacuated evaporation chamber, where it boils. As it boils, salt is
and water vapour is
. This vapour then drives a turbine to generate electricity. After it powers the turbine, the water vapour
the condensing chamber, which is cooled by the water from the depths of the ocean. The water vapour is condensed in this chamber, producing drinking water. Meanwhile, waste salt water is
into the ocean and the process can be repeated.

(152 words)

Nghe IELTS : unit 1- sec 2

Questions 11-14

Complete the sentences below, using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS for each answer.

11. Dormouse numbers have fallen 

across the world
as well as in the UK.

12. Dormice are about as heavy as two

pound coins

13. You are most likely to have seen a dormouse in a


14. In the UK, dormice probably live in hedges and woods, and next to


Questions 15-17

Label the identification sheet below. Write the correct letter A–E next to questions 5–8.

15. opened by woodmice 


16. opened by voles 


17. opened by dormice 


Questions 18-20

Complete the summary below, using NO MORE THAN ONE WORD in each space.

If you find nuts opened by dormice 18

where you found them. Put them into some kind of 19 
and 20
them (name and address). Post them to Action for Wildlife.