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Khi nhắc tới IELTS SPEAKING chắc hẳn chúng ta đã quá quen thuộc với topic FAMILY - chủ điểm về gia đình. Thông thường topic về family sẽ được hỏi ở part 1 như một câu hỏi khởi động, chẳng hạn như "How many people are there in your family?", hoặc "Who do you love most in your family?". Tuy quen thuộc là vậy nhưng khi đưa chủ đề của IELTS Part 3 thì chưa chắc ai trong chúng ta cũng có thể trả lời "mượt" được tất cả các câu hỏi mà examiner đưa ra.

Vì vậy trang bị từ vựng cũng như ideas (các ý tưởng) cho bài nói là cực kì quan trọng. Có thể part 1 và 2 examiner sẽ chú trọng vào vocabulary của bạn, nhưng đến part 3 gần như examiner sẽ xem thêm cả cách triển khai ý của bạn với từng luận điểm. Vì đây là phần discussion nên các bạn càng "phong phú" về từ vựng cũng như ý tưởng thì band điểm của bạn sẽ càng tăng lên bấy nhiêu. Đương nhiên là để có được những "logical ideas" (những lí tưởng mang tính lô-gic) thì đòi hỏi các bạn phải đọc nhiều để bổ sung thêm kiến thức. Không có gì là khó nếu chúng ta luyện tập hàng ngày: Practice makes perfect!!!


Gia Đình, Cha Mẹ, Mẹ, Cha

2) Các cụm từ thông dụng về chủ đề gia đình:

  • Take care of = Look after : chăm sóc, trông nom

Eg: Taking care of senior citizens are the responsibility of the government. ( Chăm sóc trẻ nhỏ là một công việc rất khó khăn.)

  • Give birth to: sinh con

Eg: I gave birth to a adorable girl when I was just 17.

  • Get married to sb: cưới ai làm vợ/chồng

Eg: I got married to this eligible man when I graduated univeristy.

  • Propose to sb: cầu hôn

Eg: He falled in love and then he decided to propose to her.

  • Run in the family: mang tính di truyền

Eg: It seems to me that alcoholism runs into my family.

  • To have something in common: có nhiều sự tương đồng

Eg: I and my boyfriend have many things in common, such as telling jokes, watching horror movies, and displaying affection in public

  • Get along with somebody: hoàn thuận với ai

Eg: How can you get along with your husband for so long?


Cô Gái, Cha, Chân Dung, Mắt, Người, Con

1. Is family important in your country?
- Yes, of course. As far as I’m concerned, family is truly crucial in my hometown because human being cannot live solitary lives all the time, we need others to support and understand us whenever we overcome ups and downs. For example, when you are turned down by a new job interview or you have to undergo the pain of love when being dumped by someone, there is no denying that it’s pretty easier to have family there to boost your self-esteem no matter what thanks to their unconditional love for you. Therefore, the sensation of fear will cease to exist if you realize that family always stand by you, regardless of what.
2. How has the size of the family changed in the last few decades in your country?
- Well, I reckon that the family size seems much smaller over many decades in my country. For instance, back in the past 50 years, marriage and traditional extended family structure were still
a norm. Nevertheless, the kinship ties now are going to decline and people have a tendency to form a nuclear family than an extended one or even just be lone parent families if they want. The reason why the size of the family transforms drastically is because the bulk of people nowadays like to enjoy their own lives rather than living for somebody else. For this reason, the more modern humans are, the lower levels of family structure.
3. How do you think the family will change in the future?
- Well, my own view on this matter is that compared to the past, couples have a tendency to cohabit after marriage with children following shortly. At the moment, nonetheless, typical structure of a modern family is further complicated, with fewer marriages, rising divorce rates and increasing concept of same sex couples because everybody now is busy, men and women is equal to each other, and the mindset of forming traditional family structure lags behind. Especially, being single without being scrared or having fears of being isolated have been ascended, so I hope that we will soon find out resolutions for this heated issue.

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