Describe your dream job – dạng đề xuất hiện thường xuyên trong đề thi IELTS Speaking Part 2. Đây là đề bài tương đối dễ thở nếu bạn nắm vững được các từ vựng thuộc chủ đề Job/ Work. Bên cạnh đó, để chinh phục được band điểm cao, cần biết cách phát triển ý cũng như hệ thống các ý tưởng một cách mạch lạc nhất.
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- I. Bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 2 chủ đề “Describe your dream job”
- II. Câu trả lời mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 3 chủ đề: Jobs
I. Bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 2 chủ đề “Describe your dream job”
1. Đề bài Describe your dream job
Describe your dream job:
2. Dàn bài Part 2
2.1. Ý tưởng bài mẫu tiếng Việt
|Thông tin bối cảnh||Công việc cụ thể; Bằng cấp/Kinh nghiệm cần có|
|Xem một chương trình truyền hình về thời trang -> Được truyền cảm hứng sẽ trở thành một stylist||
|Điều khó nhất về công việc||Lý do + cảm xúc về nghề nghiệp|
2.2. Take note trong 1 phút (tiếng Anh)
|Setting (who, how, when, where)||Details of the job; Qualifications/ Experience needed|
|Stumbled upon a fashion TV show -> inspired to become a fashion stylist||
|Most difficult thing about the job||Why dream job + Feelings|
3. Bài mẫu Speaking Part 2: Describe your dream job
As an ambitious girl, I have had a plethora of different professions I want to immerse myself in. The one that holds a special place in my heart is fashion stylist, a job not at all related to my current career.
So how was I inspired to dream of pursuing this job? Everything began when I stumbled upon a well-known foreign reality TV show called “Say yes to the dress”, in which brides-to-be come to a wedding boutique to search for their dream wedding gowns. Watching Gok, the main stylist of the show, have the time of his life dressing up his clients has left a long-lasting impression on me.
This profession comes with a variety of tasks. Fashion stylists are often in charge of creating appropriate visual aesthetics for their clients – whether these clients are celebrities or just ordinary people wanting to look presentable and outstanding for a special occasion. In order to do this, they would incorporate different clothing items and accessories, some even go so far as to provide advice on the way in which makeup and hairstyling should go to create the perfect look.
Well-trained fashion stylists can become directors for massive fashion shows and runways, or hired to prepare scripts for photoshoots. They must have a vast knowledge of fashion and fabric constructions, as well as a profound understanding of human’s body and face shapes. As for personal qualities, they should have an eye for art and are detail-oriented.
While this profession is incredibly fascinating, it is demanding with lots of unanticipated job hazards. First, keeping up with the latest fashion trends as micro-trends are becoming the norm in the industry can be quite taxing. Also, as body types, facial features, complexions and fashion senses vary from one person to the other, it can be a challenge to style each individual. Should you commit to a styling job, working within budget is also an obstacle in certain cases.
Despite everything, being a fashion stylist is still a dream of mine. I have always had a genuine passion for fashion, and I believe that every person deserves to become the best version of themselves through means of appropriate clothing choices. Clothes may not be everything, but they are strong self-expression tools and can explicitly define one’s personality and values. That’s why it would be an absolute dream come true to be a part of this wondrous profession.
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II. Câu trả lời mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 3 chủ đề: Jobs
1. What are the most difficult jobs that people do?
I think it really depends. Each person has his or her own strengths and weaknesses so it’s very difficult to just name a few “challenging” careers. Personally, I believe that every profession is demanding in its own way, and we should not subjectively generalize that some are more difficult than others. Not to mention that we all have different work ethics and performance standards.
For example, considering the same job tasks at the same level in the same organization, some staff might find them manageable, whereas many others may be stressed out.
- Subjectively: một cách chủ quan
- Generalize: tổng quát hóa, khái quát hóa
- Work ethics: văn hóa làm việc
- Performance standards: tiêu chuẩn chất lượng công việc
- Stressed out: căng thẳng
2. Why do you think some people choose to do difficult jobs?
As an adventurous person myself, I can partly understand why some people would decide to pursue a more challenging career path. Sometimes a difficult and unpredictable job would give some of us the satisfaction we need in our career. Passion is also a determining factor when we choose our future profession. Yes, it might be more challenging, but as long as we’re motivated and living with a sense of purpose, I think that would make our lives much more fulfilling.
- adventurous: thích phiêu lưu
- pursue a career path: theo đuổi một nghề nghiệp
- determining factor: yếu tố quyết định
- a sense of purpose: cảm giác sống có mục đích
- fulfilling: trọn vẹn
3. Do you agree or disagree that all jobs are difficult sometimes?
No doubt. Some jobs might be more physically demanding than the others, such as athletes and nurses, but it’s undoubtedly that at some points any job can become mentally exhausting, no matter how easy it seems.
Rather than saying it is completely because of the work’s nature, I’d say that it’s a part of our lives that we have to deal with tons of things, ranging from professional to personal issues. Sometimes, when we lose our work-life balance, our performance at work and even motivation to work can easily deteriorate. So yes, every profession is straining at times.
- physically demanding: (công việc) đòi hỏi nhiều về thể chất
- work’s nature: bản chất công việc
- tons of: rất nhiều
- work-life balance: cân bằng giữa đời sống và công việc
- deteriorate: giảm sút
- straining: căng thẳng
4. Is it always necessary to work hard in order to achieve career success?
It’s not necessarily the case for everyone. Some people have the innate talent needed to fly high in their careers. But for the majority of us, hard work is more or less the key to success. And that also doesn’t mean to invalidate born-gifted people’s hard work. I think the effort they put into their jobs might not be what we expect from ourselves, but objectively speaking, so long as we’re working towards our personal goals, every success, small or big, is the result of hard work.
- Not necessarily the case for everyone: không đúng với tất cả mọi người
- innate talent: tài năng thiên bẩm
- fly high: (sự nghiệp) thành công
- more or less: ít nhiều
- invalidate: phủ nhận
- born-gifted: người có tài năng thiên bẩm
- objectively speaking: nói một cách khách quan
- working towards: làm việc hướng tới
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