Bên cạnh Phân tích+Sửa bài "The chart shows British Emigration to selected destinations between 2004 and 2007" IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (bar graph), IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Cách trả lời "Can you trust other people’s travel journals on the Internet?" IELTS SPEAKING PART 3.
I. Kiến thức liên quan
II. Cách trả lời "Can you trust other people’s travel journals on the Internet?"
IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:
Cách trả lời dạng câu hỏi này đã rất quen thuộc với các bạn học sinh lớp IELTS ONLINE SPEAKING 1 KÈM 1 của IELTS TUTOR rồi nhé:
- Yes - It can be difficult to determine the reliability of other people's travel journals on the Internet.
- Main idea 1: Some travel journals may be biased or influenced by sponsored content or other incentives, and therefore may not be an impartial source of information.
- Supporting idea:
- Travel bloggers may receive incentives, such as discounts or free upgrades, for mentioning or promoting specific hotels, restaurants, or tourist attractions. >> IELTS TUTOR lưu ý Cách paraphrase động từ "receive" (Diễn đạt "nhận" tiếng anh)
- This type of sponsored content can significantly influence the content and tone of the travel blogger's review, making it difficult for readers to know if the information provided is impartial.
- Example: Imagine a travel blogger who is offered a free trip to a luxury resort in exchange for writing a positive review of the resort and promoting it to their followers on social media.
- Supporting idea:
- Main idea 2: Some travel journals may be outdated or no longer relevant, so it's important to consider the timeliness of the information being shared.
- Supporting idea: If the information provided in the outdated travel journal is no longer relevant or useful, it can lead to disappointment and frustration for travelers relying on that information. >> IELTS TUTOR lưu ý Cách dùng cụm từ"no longer"tiếng anh
- Example: Imagine you're planning a trip to a popular tourist destination, and you come across a travel journal from several years ago that raves about a certain hotel, restaurant, or attraction. However, when you arrive at your destination, you find that the hotel has changed ownership and undergone significant renovations, the restaurant has closed down, or the attraction has been relocated or shuttered.