HƯỚNG DẪN GIẢI ĐỀ THI IELTS WRITING NGÀY 25/4/2019
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In many countries today, people in cities either live alone or in small family units, rather than in large family groups. Is this a positive or negative trend? (dated: April 25th, 2019
Từ đồng nghĩa, trái nghĩa:
cities = urban areas = metropolises = municipalities
live alone = lead a solitary life = live on one’s own = live in one-person households
small family units = nuclear families = two-generation families
large family groups = extended families
trend = tendency
Gợi ý: Dạng bài OPINION trong đó người viết CÓ THỂ phân tích mặt tích cực và tiêu cực của việc sống độc thân và sống trong gia đình nhỏ HOẶC chỉ phân tích một hướng. Bài gợi ý này hoàn toàn ủng hộ xu hướng trên.
Đoạn 1: Mặt tích cực của việc sống độc thân
Ý 1: Living in one-person households enables people to live in comfort and freedom as they wish since whatever they do does not influence others and vice versa. → For example, young person who lives on their own can stay up late watching a favoured TV show or hang out with their friends until midnight without receiving any complaints.
Ý 2: As the social-economic development keeps unfolding, a greater percentage of millennials opt to live alone in order to be able to fully enjoy their life rather than be bothered with tedious household duties. → As an illustration, during holidays, a single girl is given myriads of options for entertainment ranging from an outbound tour to a gastronomical adventure around her city instead of worries about childcare problems.
Đoạn 2: Mặt tích cực của việc sống trong gia đình hạt nhân
Ý 1: People in nuclear families often experience less chance of conflicts, which are more likely to happen in large family units. → Due to the fact that different people have dissimilar personalities and preferences, relatives who share the same roof could possibly oppose each other and develop mutual hatred.
Ý 2: Compared with large families, it is easier for small family units to have family-bonding activities such as shared dinners, shopping trips or picnics; therefore, connection among members is strengthened. → This could explain why people in two-generation families usually feel greater sense of kinship and belonging.