Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Technology và ví dụ áp dụng cho phần thi IELTS Speaking
- to access websites/email : truy cập trang web
- to back up files : sao chép lưu trữ dữ liệu
- to boot up : khởi động máy
- to bookmark a webpage : đánh dấu trang web để tham khảo kỳ tới
- to browse websites : lướt web
- a computer buff : chuyên gia máy vi tính
- to crash : bị hư
- to cut and paste : cắt dán chữ trên máy tính
- a desktop PC : máy tính để bàn
- digital editing : biên tập ảnh
- download (podcasts) : tải dữ liệu về
- to enter a web address : truy cập địa chỉ web
- a gadget : thiết bị
- to go online : online
- high-spec (laptop) : mạnh và hiện đại
- Internet security : an ninh mạng
- intranet : mạng nội bộ
- operating system : hệ thống phần mềm
- send an attachment : gửi tập tin đinh kèm
- social media : mạng xã hội
- to surf the web : lướt web
- a techie : người đam mê công nghệ
- to upgrade : nâng cấp
- video conferencing : cuộc họp qua mạng
- wireless hotspot : điểm truy cập Internet công cộng
- wireless network : mạng không dây
- word processing : đánh chữ trên máy vi tí
Từ vựng IELTS band điểm tốt về chủ đề Technology trong phần trả lời bài thi IELTS SPEAKING. Có ví dụ áp dụng ở cả 3 phần thi nói IELTS
Part 1-style questions
Examiner: Do you enjoy using technology?
Stephan: Well, I wouldn’t call myself a techie or a computer buff but I enjoy using computers . I’d like to find out more about how they work when my computer crashes I never know what to do.
Examiner: Do you use the Internet for your studies?
Sophie: Yes, I’d be lost without it . I do lots of video conferencing to practise speaking and social media like Facebook is a good way to meet up with other students and I download podcasts that teach English vocabulary and grammar.
Examiner: Do you have your own computer?
Tania: Yes. I have a Macbook Pro. I use it all the timefor word processing browsing websites and catching up with TV programmes I’ve missed.
Part 2-style task
Describe an item of technology you have that is very important. You should say:
- What the technology is.
- When you got it.
- How often you use it.
and say how different your daily life would be without it.
Mattie: I don’t have many gadgets … just a computer … a laptop and my mobile phone … but I’ll talk about my computer as it’s so useful … it’s funny really … 2 years ago I was still learning to use computers … how to use email … send attachments how to access websites … then I decided to do a digital editing course for video and photography … and so I bought the laptop when I started the course … my husband had a desktop PC but it was very slow so I decided to upgrade to a powerful one because we do a lot of video editing on the course … it’s a high-spec laptop … very fast … the latest operating system … it boots up really quickly and it’s fun to use so it makes working a pleasure … I’ve become a competent computer user now … if I didn’t have it I daresay I’d have to spend more time at college using their computers … but on the positive side I suppose I’d read a lot more if I didn’t have it … I probably waste a lot of time surfing the web … but hopefully I won’t have to be without it …
Part 3-style questions
Examiner: What do you think are the important things people need to learn when they start using computers?
Alejandro: Well … there are things like how to use the Internet … how to enter a web address … how to navigate websites … that kind of thing but it’s also important to know how to back up your files in case your computer crashes … and all about Internet security.
Examiner: What kind of technological developments have made the biggest impact on our lives?
Faydene: In my lifetime it has to be the Internet of course but I also think wifi has made a huge difference to how we interact with the Internet … wireless networks at home and public wifi hotspots mean we can go online easily … access our mail … log into our work intranet and basically be connected wherever we are.
Examiner: Do computers make it much easier to study?
Jane: Definitely yes … researching information is much easier with the Internet .. you can bookmark webpages for future reference and writing essays is much easier … being able to cut and paste sections of text means you can experiment with organisation … so yes … compared to years ago when you had a pile of books on your desk and a pen and paper … it’s now much easier.