outline Speaking: friend

Who is your best friend? 

My classmate 

Study the same class with me 

is in the same class 


Tên, tuổi, 1 chút về tính cách, ngoại hình  


trimmed beard




We have a lot in common



2. Why do you consider him/her as your best friend? 

As I mentioned/said before /earlier

She always stays by me once I am in trouble. 

She… Nice to mee 

Share joys and sadness

3. Name three words about your best friend? 

Courteous= polite 



Outline task 2 (maths), thi Hải Dương 21/5


The only way to be successful in business is to be good at maths. Do go agree or disagree?


successful in business/ maths 

Proposition: The only way to be successful in business is to be good at maths


– understanding the numbers well -> making proper business decisions –
– maths helps people think more logically -> increasing the chance of success in business. 

– many people are successful in business without being good at maths but administration  -> hire people good at maths – Communicational skills, and teamwork skill… are required (more important than calculation skills) to be successful in business 

Introduction: It is believed that the only way to achieve success in the domain of business is to excel in maths. Although I do think that mathematics skills play a crucial role in the success of one’s business, they are not the only key component. Therefore, I personally do not agree with the stated belief. This essay will explain my point of view.

Topic 1: On the one hand, some people argue that a successful businessman must be good at maths

Topic 2:  Maths is not only the key to become successful in business because there are other more significant skills.

Summary: To sum up, being good at maths is crucial. However, this is not adequate to win in business. In addition to math science, you also need other skills mentioned above.

Task 1 process how paper is recycled

(164 words)

The chart shows how waste paper is recycled. It is clear that there are six distinct stages in this process, from the initial collection of waste paper to the stage that is ready for making paper. 

Initially, in the first stage of the process, used papers with the help of a conveyor belt are placed in a container with a mixture of water and chemicals to convert them into pulp which then goes to debris screen to remove dirt. 

Once the pulp has been filtered, it is cleaned in a container containing a mixture of water and soap. Next, the cleaned pulp is transferred to flotation cell which helps get rid of ink left on papers. After that, a piece of equipment called refiner helps beat the pulp so that it becomes smooth before the bleach stage with the purpose of making the pulp white with the assisstance of chemical process. Finally, it is ready for the next stage to become new fresh paper.

bài mẫu task 1 table thi 16/4

Từ đồng nghĩa

Output: yield (n,v) 

Cost: expense 

Scale -> level 

Pay -> income/salary/wage 

Number ->figure/quantity 

Từ nối so sánh



Compared to /in comparison with 

Followed by 

Bài mẫu (182 words)

Thay Anh  ielts

The table shows how much industrial ships and small boats spend and gain in marine shipping industry.  Overall, Although, the number of small boats is more than 20 times that of industrial ships, output of big-level industry is higher than that of small-level industry. While the number of small boats  is 12.000.000, that of industrial ships is only 500.000. Output of annual catch of each sector is slightly different for consumption food with 29 million tones produced in the industry scale, compared to 24 million tones yielded in the smaller scale. The Amount of Food gained  for Industry us is 22 million tones in big scale  and zero in small scale. Salaries of employees in big scale, being from $25000 to  $250000 which are one hundred times higher than those in small scale. In contrast, The figure for people who work in small boats is 50 times higher, at 40 million compared to 8 million of big scale. Finally, Although, big Scale uses much fewer ships than small scales, it consumes 4 times as much energy as small scales.