IELTS Speaking Part 1 chủ đề Sharing: Câu hỏi & mẫu trả lời

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1. Have you shared anything with others recently?

Yep, if memory serves right, I recently received a box of six bottles of red wine as a present. Because I couldn't finish it all, I shared three bottles with my friends, as red wine is a luxury in Asia. I adore sharing booze with others since it puts you in a good mood!

2. What do you like to share?

That's a fascinating question. I'm a rather giving person, therefore I'm glad to share the majority of my possessions. But I really like sharing my cuisine with others. I believe that eating is one of the most fundamental things that makes everyone happy. It's a win-win scenario.

3. What things do you like to share with others?

Sample 1: As someone who believes in the adage "sharing is caring," I share practically everything I have with my family and closest friends, with the exception of particularly intimate items such as underwear, which cannot be shared! I enjoy giving anything from small items like pens, books, or pads of paper to large items like my automobile, jewelry, clothing, and shoes. Every time I share anything, I feel gratified.

Sample 2: You can call me selfish, but I dislike giving material things to people. Of course, I see the importance of giving, which is why I share my knowledge or abilities with people in need, but I cannot give or offer real stuff. Sharing my expertise or ability is far more important to me than anything else since it has a long-term impact on one's life.

4. Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?

Yes, without a doubt! Actually, sharing was unavoidable as one of seven children. When one of their children grew older, we always shared their hand-me-downs. Plus, during dinner, we would each start with a little portion to ensure that everyone got enough, then return for seconds.

5. Have you shared anything with others recently?

As a matter of fact, I have! I got a jar of cookies as a gift recently. Since I cannot consume all of that, I’ve shared some with my roommates, as cookies are a luxury here because I’m a student and I’m living on a shoestring budget right now. I enjoy sharing alcohol with people. It’s something that puts you in a good mood!

6. What kinds of things are not suitable for sharing?

Because I'm incredibly small, I find it tough to share clothing with my pals. I find it difficult to obtain garments in my size, therefore I don't want to risk people stretching them out. On top of that, I believe that sharing some goods, such as a toothbrush or a toothpick, is unclean.

7. Did your parents teach you to share when you were a child?

Yes, my father always said to me when was I a child: “Sharing is caring”. He kind of drilled the beauty of sharing in me, I guess. I have two brothers, so more often than not, nothing uniquely belonged to anyone. We shared everything, from food to clothes, even books.

8. What do you like to share? (OR What kind of things do you like to share with others?)

Everyone around me knows that I’m a generous person, so I’m more than happy to lend people my personal belongings. That said, I believe that the most interesting way to enjoy food is to share it with others. Sharing food and also other things help me connect with others and maintain social relationships. If you share with someone anything, then when you’re in need, they are usually willing to reciprocate

9. What would you think will be commonly shared in the future?

I’m not quite sure. In the next 5 or 10 years, maybe the most commonly shared thing will be information. I mean in this age of technology, everything and everyone revolves around technology, right? But that’s just my guess. I’m not an expert by any means.

10. Why do some people not want to share with others?

I guess some people are selfish and somehow maybe during their childhood and during the process of their upbringing, they aren’t taught the beauty of sharing. So, when they grow up, they are generally more self-centered and are less likely to share things with others or even help others.

Vocabulary highlights:

  • Booze (n) : rượu

  • Fascinating (adj) : Thú vị

  • Win-win (adj) : Đôi bên cùng có lợi

  • Scenario (n) : Viễn cảnh, tình huống

  • Intimate (adj) : Thân mật

  • Gratified (adj) : Hạnh phúc, mãn nguyện

  • Unavoidable (adj) : Không thể tránh khỏi

  • Live on a shoestring budget (idiom) : Thiếu tiền

  • Garment (n) : Quần áo

  • Stretch out (v) : Giãn

  • Personal belongings : Đồ đạc cá nhân

  • Upbringing (n) : Sự nuôi nấng

  • Reciprocate (v) : Đáp trả

  • Revolve around (v) : Xoay quanh

  • By any means (idiom) : Dù sao đi nữa

  • Self-centered (adj) : Ích kỉ, chỉ nghĩ đến mình

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Câu hỏi thường gặp:

Những câu hỏi thường gặp về chủ đề Sharing IELTS Speaking Part 1

  • Is sharing a caring?

  • Can you describe someone as sharing?

  • Why is sharing a good thing?

  • What is the meaning of sharing in love?

  • Why is sharing values important in a relationship?

  • How does love grow by sharing?

  • What values should a couple share?

Gợi ý trả lời câu hỏi: Why is sharing a good thing?

Sharing helps people to interact in a meaningful and pleasant way that builds community. In addition when you depend on and assist one another, it creates a real sense of belonging, teamwork, and shared destiny when you are able to trust in and depend on each other.

Gợi ý trả lời câu hỏi: How does love grow by sharing?

Love only grows by sharing. You can only have more for yourself by giving it away to others. Sharing is one of the most important virtues which bring happiness in life. It is fundamental to the development and nurturing of all human relationships.

Từ vựng thông dụng chủ đề Sharing IELTS Speaking Part 1

  • Give somebody a hand: giúp ai đó; Blessings: phước lành, sự hạnh phúc; personal possessions: đồ dùng cá nhân; play a vital role: đóng một vị trí quan trọng; flows back: quay trở lại; feel secure: cảm thấy an toàn;

  • Compromise: sự hòa giải; Fairness: sự công bằng; Reciprocal: có qua có lại; Strike up a relationship: bắt đầu mối quan hệ mới; Get a fair go: giành phần công bằng với nhau; Compassion: lòng trắc ẩn; Introverted: hướng nội.