Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Sports và ví dụ áp dụng
Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Sports và ví dụ áp dụng cho phần thi IELTS Speaking
- an athletics meeting : cuộc hội ngộ của các vận động viên
- an athletics track : đường chạy đua
- an away game : cuộc đấu ở sân đối phương
- a brisk walk : rảo bước
- a football fan : người hâm mộ bóng đá
- a fitness programme : chương trình luyện tập thể hình
- a football match : một trận bóng
- a football pitch : sân đá banh
- a football season : mùa bóng đá
- to get into shape : thân hình cân đối
- to go jogging : chạy bộ
- a home game : cuộc đấu trên sân nhà
- to keep fit : giữ dáng
- to be out of condition : không vừa
- a personal best : thời kỳ sung mãn nhất của một vận động viên
- a personal trainer : huấn luyện viên một kèm một
- a season ticket : vé xem xuyên suốt cả mùa giải
- to set a record: ghi thành tích
- a sports centre : trung tâm thể thao
- sports facilities : cơ sở vật chất cho thể thao
- a squash/tennis/badminton court : sân bóng
- strenuous exercise : luyện tập căng thẳng
- a strong swimmer : tay bơi cừ khôi
- a swimming pool : hồ bơi
- to take up exercise : bắt đầu luyện tập
- to train hard : luyện tập siêng năng
Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Sports trong phần trả lời bài thi IELTS SPEAKING. Có ví dụ áp dụng ở cả 3 phần thi nói IELTS
Do you do any sports?
Loiuse: Not really … no … I always say I’m going to take up exercise and try to get into shape but I never seem to get started … I sometimes wonder whether I should get a personal trainer … someone who will sort out a fitness programme for me and make me train hard ….
How do you spend a typical weekend?
Stella: I’m a big football fan and weekends always centre around a football match … I support FC Utrecht and have a season ticket so I go to most of the home games and quite a few of the away games too … I’m really looking forward to the new football season starting soon …
Examiner: Have you got any hobbies or interests?
Theo: Yes … I’m really keen on sports … I do judo once a week and play tennis in the summer … I think it’s really important to keep fit … it makes you feel good and energised for work and your studies ….
Part 2-style task
Describe a place you like going to in your leisure time. You should say:
- What this place is.
- When you go there.
- What you do there.
and say why you enjoy it there so much.
Maurice: I’d like to talk about my local sports centre … it’s a place I spend a lot of time in … it’s a new building with all the latest sports facilities … I probably go there at least twice a week … sometimes more often … it’s a huge place … there’s an outdoor athletics track and some football pitches … I play football so I’m often out there … there are several indoor squash and tennis courts that I use occasionally … a big swimming pool … although I don’t use that very often … I’m not a very strong swimmer … there’s a gym … lots of things really … why do I enjoy going there … it’s just a really fun place to be … there’s a good social side to it all … you can enter competitions … meet up with other people who want to do the same sports … and because there are so many activities on offer it gets you interested in different things … for example I was listening to some people talking about training to run the marathon and I’ve decided I might even think about that … I go jogging a couple of times a week so it would give me something to aim for … so yes … the sports centre … that’s the place I really like to visit …
Part 3-style questions
Should people be encouraged more to take up sport?
Alejandro: I think young people should be given the chance to discover which sport they might like … watching sport is sometimes a good way to get people started … not on TV but actually getting out … take athletics for example … they could go to an athletics meeting … there are so many different sports on show one might interest them …
Why do some people enjoy participating in sport more than others?
Florrie: That’s a good question … I suppose some people are more concerned about their health … they can’t stand the thought of being out of condition … other people might be driven to excel … they want to set records or get personal bests …
Which sports do you think are best for people who aren’t used to physical activity?
Julie: Well … I think people like this should avoid strenuous exercise so things like circuit training are definitely out of the question … maybe just doing a brisk walk every day … or swimming is always a good way to get started.