NGOC ANH IELTS chào tất cả các bạn! Chủ đề ngày hôm nay chúng ta sẽ cùng nhau học về một topic cực kỳ hay cũng như thường xuyên có trong bài thi IELTS và cả cuộc sống hằng ngày của chúng ta đó chính là “Sport” ( thể thao).
Đối với part 3 thì các bạn sẽ không được hỏi những câu hỏi liên quan đến bản thân nhiều như Part 1 và part 3 mà các bạn sẽ bị hỏi khó hơn một chút, các câu trong part 3 sẽ thảo luận về vấn đề trong cuộc sống và mở rộng hơn. Sau đây là những câu hỏi hay gặp nhất trong phần speaking part 3.
Examiner: Should people be encouraged more to take up sport?
Alejandro: I think young people should be given the chance to discover which sport they might like … watching sport is sometimes a good way to get people started … not on TV but actually getting out … take athletics for example … they could go to an athletics meeting … there are so many different sports on show one might interest them …
Examiner: Why do some people enjoy participating in sport more than others?
Florrie: That’s a good question … I suppose some people are more concerned about their health … they can’t stand the thought of being out of condition … other people might be driven to excel … they want to set records or get personal bests …
Examiner: Which sports do you think are best for people who aren’t used to physical activity?
Julie: Well … I think people like this should avoid strenuous exercise so things like circuit training are definitely out of the question … maybe just doing a brisk walk every day … or swimming is always a good way to get started …
- an athletics meeting: an event where various athletics sports are held
- an athletics track: a running track
- an away game: a football match played in the opposing teams stadium
- a brisk walk: a fast walk
- to do judo: (not go or play)
- a football fan: someone who likes football
- a fitness programme: a schedule of activities to keep fit
- a football match: a game of football
- a football pitch: the surface on which you play football (as opposed to a stadium, which is the building)
- a football season: a period in the year when football is played
- to get into shape: to become fit
- to go jogging: to run around the streets
- a home game: a football match played in the teams own stadium
- to keep fit: to stay in good physically condition
- to be out of condition: to not be physically fit
- a personal best: to achieve the best personal result so far in a sport
- a personal trainer: a sports coach that helps you on a one-to-one basis
- to play tennis/football: (not do or go)
- to run the marathon: to run a distance of 42.195 Kilometres
- a season ticket: a ticket that gives you entry to most of a team’s home games during the sporting year.
- to set a record: to achieve the best result in a sport
- a sports centre: a public building where people can do various sports
- sports facilities: the equipment and services needed to do a sport
- a squash/tennis/badminton court: the surface where you play these sports
- strenuous exercise: exercise that needs a lot of physical effort
- a strong swimmer: a good swimmer
- a swimming pool: the place where you swim
- to take up exercise: to start doing exercise
- to train hard: to train with a lot of effort