Tourism (Du lịch) là một trong những chủ đề vô cùng quen thuộc đối với những thí sinh đang ôn luyện thi IELTS Speaking. Tuy thân thuộc, nhưng nếu gặp đề bài IELTS Speaking Part 3 Tourism trong phòng thi thực chiến thì bạn có tin xử đẹp và ẵm trọn band điểm cao hay không? Nếu không, tham khảo ngay bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 3 Tourism band 8.0+ được biên soạn bởi giáo viên hạng A tại PREP dưới đây nhé!
I. Các câu hỏi thuộc chủ đề IELTS Speaking Part 3 Tourism
Dưới đây, PREP đã tổng hợp một số câu hỏi thuộc chủ đề IELTS Speaking Part 3 Tourism có thể được giám khảo sử dụng để kiểm tra khả năng Nói của thí sinh trong phòng thi thực chiến. Cụ thể đó là:
- What do you think are the impacts of tourism in your country?
- Do you think there are also negative impacts of tourism?
- What kinds of tourists are likely to visit your country in the future?
- What are some popular places to visit in your country? Why are they popular?
- Why do people travel?
- How do you think travel will be different in the future?
- How can increased tourism have a negative effect on the countries visited?
- Do you think the tourism industry is very important?
- What do you think has led to the growth in the tourism industry?
- What benefits does tourism bring to society?
- Are there any problems caused by tourism? How to address these problems?
- How to balance the economic benefits of tourism with the environmental damage that is done by tourism?
- What effects do you think international travel has on the different countries involved?
- How has international travel changed in the past 20 or 30 years?
- Can you suggest some things that people should and should not do when they travel to a foreign country as tourists?
II. Sample IELTS Speaking Part 3 Tourism
Dưới đây là một số câu hỏi chủ đề IELTS Speaking Part 3 Tourism được band 8.0+. Tham khảo ý tưởng và lưu lại những từ vựng ăn điểm để trau dồi vốn từ bạn nhé!
1. What are some popular places to visit in your country? Why are they popular?
There are tons of beautiful places to visit in Vietnam from ancient cities to hill towns to national parks and scenic lakes. Many popular places are located along Vietnam’s long coastline like Ha Long Bay in the north, this area has huge limestone pillars jutting out of the ocean and people go out on overnight boat trips in the bay, there’s also the ancient town of Hoi An in the middle of the country which is an incredibly well-preserved old trading town with gorgeous temples and a mixture of Vietnamese, Chinese and French architectural styles. It’s now most famous for its world-class tailors and people go there to get unique handmade clothes.
- scenic (adjective): có cảnh thiên nhiên đẹp
2. Why do people travel?
Different people travel for all different kinds of reasons. For many, traveling is a chance to escape from the stress and pressure of their working lives and be able to escape from reality for a while. Others travel to open their minds to new people and experiences and learn about different cultures and languages and ways of living. Others maybe just want to experience all the natural beauty the world has to offer.
3. Do you think parents should make a point of taking their children to see a variety of different places? Why or why not?
Definitely! Children are very curious and they always want to learn about and explore new things. Traveling will definitely enrich their knowledge and their soul and expose them to all different kinds of people and culture and food and art. Traveling can help to equip children with the living skills they need for the future.
- enrich one’s knowledge/soul: làm giàu kiến thức/tâm hồn
4. How do you think travel will be different in the future?
I think there will be an increase in the frequency that people travel. Cheap airlines will be even cheaper and more affordable for most people in the world. Apart from that, I also suppose that people will travel more to the untouched places of Earth, such as the South Pole. But before doing so people have to make the tourism industry more environmentally friendly to ensure that the local habitats and the flora and fauna in these distant places will not be damaged.
- untouched (adjective): chưa bị ảnh hưởng; hoang sơ, chưa bị tàn phá
5. How can increased tourism have a negative effect on the countries visited?
No one can deny the fact that tourism has brought a number of positive effects on the countries visited. However, there are also some negative effects that it will bring to these countries. One of the biggest problems is the degradation of certain tourist places, specifically old historical ones. Besides the wear and tear of thousands of people visiting them there can also be worse damage like graffiti or people breaking off bits of the sites. Increased tourism can also lead to more environmental concerns like higher pollution or lots of litter being left at the tourist sites.
- degradation (noun): sự suy thoái, xuống cấp
- wear and tear: hư hại, hao mòn
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