IELTS Speaking Part 1,2,3: Chủ đề FAMILY và mẫu trả lời
A. IELTS Speaking Part 1: FAMILY topic
1. Do you have a large or small family?
I come from a large family. Now, I just have my mom, an older and three younger brothers. Sadly, my father passed away 17 years ago. So, now I am the only daughter in the family.
2. How much time do you spend with your family?
For now, I live alone in another city far from my family, so, I am only able to spend about two weeks per year with them.
3. What do you like to do together as a family?
My family enjoys cooking together and afterwards having special meals when everyone is invited. We catch up on news and talk about our lives. We enjoy music as well. So, when we get together, we play several musical instruments and sing along.
(IELTS cho người mới bắt đầu - Bộ đề thi Speaking cập nhật mới nhất - TOPIC Family)
4. Do you get along well with your family?
Sure. We are really close to each other. I am happy that I can tell them literally anything. They are always there to listen when I have problems.
5. Is yours a typical family?
Well, I can say that, yes, our family is a typical one. A family, who stays by each other through good times and bad times.
6. Are there many different types of family in your country?
Yes, types of families vary in terms of the size of the household. There are small families with one or two children and large families with about eight or more children. Sometimes, parents decide to adopt a child without relatives.
7. Who are you closest to in your family?
I am the closest to my mom. I think it is because we are the only women in the family. So, we share the same ideas about many things and she always supports me.
B. IELTS Speaking Part 2: FAMILY topic
Describe the person in your family who you most admire. (Miêu tả người trong gia đình mà bạn ngưỡng mộ nhất)
You should say:
- what their relationship is to you
- what they have done in their life
- what they do now
- and explain why you admire them so much.
Family Speaking IELTS topic Part 2
Mẫu trả lời
- The person I admire the most, not just in my family but in the whole world, is my mom. She is a great wife and a wonderful mother. She is loving, caring, open-minded and very understanding.
- I love how she looks at things. She is very optimistic. I love her courage in raising me and my brothers well, since my father passed away. She has been a single mom for about 17 years and did her best to act both a mother and father to us. She would always stood up for us.
- My mom resigned from work few years after my father died. Her reason was to spend much more time with the family, especially when we were growing up. She felt the need to guide us physically and emotionally. She then started her own business, which she is still running.
- I love her so much. She is not just a mom but also a mentor and a friend.
C. IELTS Speaking Part 3: FAMILY
1. In what ways have families in your country changed in recent?
The roles of husbands and wives have changed in recent years. Both spouses have been more open to perform different roles, such as seizing various job opportunities or being more involved in the household. Another change, I think, is the trend to have less children. Parents nowadays think of having smaller families due to high cost of living and career perspectives.
2. Should husbands and wives have different roles within the family? Why (not)?
Traditionally, husbands and wives had had clear-cut roles in society. Husbands used work and fulfill financial needs of the family, while women were expected to take care of the house. Changes had occurred over time and both husbands and wives started to take part in each of these roles. I think this change is rather positive. It is not necessary to sharply define each role. I reckon, whatever role family members take, they should always move in the same direction and pursue what is best for the family itself.
3. Which are more important to you: your family or your friends?
Both are fairly important, but my family takes place in my life that is dear to my heart. Friends may come and go, but I know that my family will always be there for me, no matter what happens in my life and no matter what decisions I take. Nevertheless, my friends are the closest people with whom I can share and discuss things that sometimes are not appropriate to bring up in the family circle.
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