Describe a competition (egmusic, cooking, sport) that you would like to compete in

“Describe a competition (egmusic, cooking, sport) that you would like to compete in” thuộc nhóm chủ đề “Describe an event (miêu tả sự kiện)” là đề bài quan trọng và thường được hỏi trong IELTS Speaking Part 2.
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Bài mẫu chủ đề Describe a competition (egmusic, cooking, sport) that you would like to compete in

Context

(Bối cảnh)

  • Tham gia Olympics

Content

(Nội dung)

  • Đó là một mục tiêu lớn

  • Có thể không hoàn hảo nhưng vẫn cố gắng

  • Thích tham gia vì nó dành cho mọi người, cạnh tranh với nhau

Conclusion

(Kết thúc)

  • Sẽ rất vinh dự nếu được tham gia

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Context

A competition that I would like to one day compete in is the Olympics. 

Content

I know that that is a very grand goal, and few who aim for it ever achieve it, but that is okay. There is a saying “shoot for the moon, and even if you miss, you will land among the stars”. I really like this saying and it has deep meaning for me and how I approach life. Maybe I will not actually make it to the level of athletic perfection required to compete at the caliber of the Olympic games but I am no less motivated to try. The Olympics are almost the definition of peak athletic skill. The summer and winter Olympics happen every four years, offset so that one or the other happens every second year, and the location changes during each games so that they move around the world. The reason I am so dedicated to taking part in it is the fact that it is for all people of the world to compete with each other side by side, in the spirit of a world community competing for the betterment of all of ourselves.

Conclusion

This ideology means a lot to me and it would be an honour to participate.

Describe a time when you were preparing for a happy event

Từ vựng chủ đề Describe a competition that you would like to compete in

  • grand /ɡrænd/ (a): To, quan trọng, ấn tượng

Ex: It's not a very grand house.

  • saying /ˈseɪɪŋ/ (n): Danh ngôn, câu nói

Ex: It was one of my mother's favourite sayings.

  • Caliber /ˈkælɪbə(r)/ (n): Tầm cỡ

Ex: The firm needs more people of your calibre.

  • dedicated /ˈdedɪkeɪtɪd/(a): Tận tụy

Ex: She is dedicated to her job.

  • spirit /ˈspɪrɪt/(n): Tinh thần

Ex: Although the team lost, they played with tremendous spirit.

  • betterment /ˈbetəmənt/(n): Sự cải thiện

Ex: His life offered me no hope of betterment.

  • ideology /ˌaɪdiˈɒlədʒi/: Hệ tư tưởng

Ex: They want to spread their ideology of hope.

Describe an important event that you celebrated

IELTS Speaking Part 3 Sample

What contests are commonly seen on TV programs?

Very common contests on TV would include any kinds of sports events, but singing competitions are also quite popular. Anything that can be used to create drama and excited are bound to be used in television. While I am not a particular fan of TV competitions, I do understand why they are so popular.

  • Competition /ˌkɒmpəˈtɪʃn/(n): Cuộc thi đấu

Ex: He won fourth place in the competition.

Why are competition shows popular?

I think that the reason they are so popular is because people love competition in general. They love the risk that the person that they are backing may lose, and the joy of them winning. Competition shows are an easy way for people to get a second hand dose of excitement without needing to put in the work or risk of actually participating.

  • dose /dəʊs/ (n): Liều, lượng

Ex: Workers at the nuclear plant were exposed to high doses of radiation.

What kinds of industries need competition? Why?

I think the majority of industries would benefit from competition. This is because when competition is not present, people, as well as companies, can become complacent and their output quality can drop. A lack of competition also fosters an environment where corruption is more likely to fester because no other options are available.

  • complacent /kəmˈpleɪsnt/(n): Tự mãn

Ex: We must not become complacent about progress.

  • corruption /kəˈrʌpʃn/(n): Sự tham nhũng

Ex: The new district attorney has promised to fight police corruption.

  • fester /ˈfestə(r)/ (v): Trở nên tồi tệ hơn

Ex: Instead of talking the matter over with him, she allowed her resentment to fester in her mind.

Do you think it is necessary to encourage people to compete with others in companies?

I think that it is probably beneficial to companies to have their staff competing both internally and externally, though only to a certain extent. Internal competition would include people working hard to ensure that they are the one who receives the promotion, where external competition would be developing a culture in which the working teams want to out perform a competing company. This would all be in the best interests of the company as long as they can prevent these corporate culture trends from becoming toxic. 

  • internally /ɪnˈtɜːnəli/ (adv): Trong nội bộ

Ex: The new posts were only advertised internally.

  • Externally /ɪkˈstɜːnəli/ (adv): Bên ngoài

Ex: The university has many externally funded research projects.

  • Promotion /prəˈməʊʃn/ (n): Thăng chức, thăng tiến

Ex: The new job is a promotion for him.

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