HƯỚNG DẪN GIẢI ĐỀ THI IELTS WRITING NGÀY 13/10/2018
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Many museums and historical sites are mainly visited by tourists but no local people. Why is this the case and what can be done to attract more local people to visit these places? (Dated: Oct 13th, 2018)
Từ đồng nghĩa, trái nghĩa:
museum = hall of historical relics and artifacts
historical site = historical places/locations
mainly = primarily = mostly
visit = drop by = stop by = pay a visit to
tourist = visitor = holiday maker = traveller
local people = local residents/inhabitants = indigenous people = the locals
attract = appeal = draw/capture attention from = entice
Gợi ý: Dạng bài Cause-effect-solution trong đó người viết PHẢI nêu ra nguyên nhân vì sao các bảo tàng và địa điểm lịch sử lại hấp dẫn với khách du lịch hơn là với người dân địa phương và giải pháp để cải thiện tình trạng này.
Đoạn 1: Nguyên nhân vì sao các bảo tàng và địa điểm lịch sử lại hấp dẫn với khách du lịch hơn là với người dân địa phương
Ý 1: Of a number of explanation for the facts that hall of historical relics and artifacts as well as historical destinations are insufficiently attractive to local inhabitants, one stands out.
→ Visiting museums and historical locations offers people deeper insights into the culture and history of the land on which they are putting their feet, thus being appealing to tourists. → In contrast, the locals, who are born and spend their lifetime in the place, are far less curious about such information and pay less attention to those places.
Ý 2: Another factor to the fact that local people do not care about historical sides is ticket price for entrance.
→ Even though it has a far less profound impact than the first cause mentioned, it discourages local residents to drop by.
Đoạn 2: Giải pháp để cải thiện tình trạng này
Ý 1: In order to capture more attention from indigenous people, museums and historical side should become venues for civic activities and events such as meetings of women association or extra classes for school-age children, which can in turn change the monotonous atmostphere in those locations.
→ As a result of such transformation, more regular visits might be paid to those places.
Ý 2: Furthermore, free entrance should be offered to people living in the neighborhood where the museums and landscapes are located.
→ This approach seems to have humble influence; however, it conveys a message to local dwellers about how important they are to the existence of such landscapes, eventually enticing them.