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Describe a story or novel – Bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 2 + 3

Tại chuyên mục giải đề lần này, Thu Hà của The IELTS Workshop sẽ hướng dẫn bạn trả lời một số câu hỏi liên quan đến chủ đề Reading Books qua IELTS Speaking Part 2 & 3. Cùng tham khảo sample, từ vựng và một vài cách diễn đạt ghi điểm trong phần thi IELTS Speaking nhé.

Part 2: Describe a story or novel you have read that you found interesting

Describe a story or novel you have read that you found interesting
You should say:
When you read it
What the story or novel was about
Who wrote it
And explain why it was interesting

Dưới đây là bài mẫu của cô Thu Hà cho topic “Describe a story or novel you have read that you found interesting” các bạn hãy tham khảo nhé.

1. Bài mẫu (Sample Answer)

Describe a story or novel you have read that you found interesting

2. Từ vựng (Vocabulary Highlight)

  • Slip someone’s memory/mind (idiom) = to be forgotten;
  • To bury yourself in something (phrasal verb): to give all your attention to something (toàn tâm toàn ý làm gì);
  • A page-turner (noun): a book that is so exciting that you want to read it quickly (một quyển sách hay khiến mình muốn đọc thật nhanh);
  • Critically acclaimed (adjective): attracting public approval and praise;
  • Gripping (adj): Something that is gripping is so interesting or exciting that it holds your attention completely.

Part 3: Reading Books

Bên cạnh Part 2, bạn hãy tham khảo thêm Part 3 cho chủ đề này nhé

1. How does technology help people tell stories? 
2. Which do you prefer to read? E-books or printed books? 
3. Why are mystery novels so popular nowadays? 
4. What kind of novels are suitable for a film adaptation? 

ielts speaking part 3 How does technology help people tell stories? 

1. How does technology help people tell stories? 

What springs to my mind right now is how technology helps with illustrating the stories. I guess as stories are often written pieces, then technology would play the magical role of weaving more life to them. You know, just with the presence of a demonstrative picture alongside the text, readers can take that as, like, a spice for their imagination. Let alone when there is some kind of voicing over where a story is read aloud and therefore, story lovers can listen to them in the form of a video with vivid animations and all that. Nothing would do better, I guess!

  • vivid animations: hình ảnh động sống động

2. Which do you prefer to read? E-books or printed books? 

I would say I’m a huge fan of printed books. No specific reasons though, I’m just addicted to the feeling of turning pages. Oh, there is also this meme among the community of those who love reading, so here me out and you’ll know how big of a printed book lover I am. So, the more one person loves the book, the stricter that person follows the 45 degree rule. That may sound weird, but at least it’s true for my case. No matter which book I am handling, or how long I have had that book, I’m always inclined to hold it with appreciation, like, opening it more than 45 degrees would hurt the book so much.

3. Why are mystery novels so popular nowadays? 

There could be tons of reasons. Hmm I guess modern people are getting increasingly curious about the unknown, to the point where it becomes their nature. Some may be deeply in love with sci-fi fictions and how their plot can stretch already. But some may just, you know, because they have no idea, so finding more would not hurt.

4. What kind of novels are suitable for a film adaptation? 

Anyways, I must say. It really depends on the professional competence of the diretor and their team, together with the audience’s contemporary taste. Like, if a story goes viral all of a sudden, then I guess no matter what topic it is or what kind of artistic materials it employs, there will definitely be people who want to see or make its film adaptation version. One example I can recall right now about one book that seems not able to be turned into a movie but it was, is “Tuesday with Morries”, which revolves around meetings between a senior citizen, a professor, in the last days of his life, and a young man, his former students. There are no dramas, they just simply exchange life lessons, but, *voila*. 

Bài mẫu bởi cô Thu Hà – Giáo viên The IELTS Workshop HN

Trên đây là những nội dung bạn có thể tham khảo khi luyện tập chủ đề Reading Books trong IELTS Speaking Part 2 và Part 3. Ngoài ra, bạn có thể tham khảo thêm Bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 1 hoặc tham gia bài test trình độ tiếng Anh và nhận tư vấn lộ trình miễn phí tại đây nhé!

Nếu bạn đang gặp khó khăn chưa có phương pháp xử lý idea trong IELTS Speaking Part 3, hãy tham khảo ngay lộ trình học tại khóa Senior của The IELTS Workshop.

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