Bên cạnh hướng dẫn cách Phân tích+Sửa bài hs đạt 7.0"The chart below shows waste collection by a recycling centre from 2011 to 2015" IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (bar graph), IELTS TUTOR HƯỚNG DẪN Cách trả lời "What kind of books they like to read and why they can learn from them?" IELTS SPEAKING PART 3.
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II. Cách trả lời "What kind of books they like to read and why they can learn from them?"
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- Main idea 1: Non-fiction books can provide insights into specific topics, such as history, science, or philosophy
- Supporting idea: Non-fiction books are often written by experts in their field and provide factual information that can educate and inform readers about specific subjects >> IELTS TUTOR lưu ý Cách dùng động từ "educate" tiếng anh
- Example: For example, a history book can offer insights into past events and their impact on society, while a science book can provide a deeper understanding of how the world works.
- Main idea 2: Self-help and motivational books can also be popular choices for those looking to improve their personal or professional lives >> IELTS TUTOR lưu ý Cách dùng động từ "improve" tiếng anh
- Supporting idea:
- Self-help and motivational books are popular because they offer practical advice and techniques for overcoming personal challenges and achieving goals, as well as inspiring stories of successful individuals that can serve as role models.
- Many people find these books helpful for gaining new insights, improving their mindset, and taking actionable steps towards self-improvement.
- For instance, a person interested in improving their leadership skills may read a self-help book that provides strategies and advice on how to be an effective leader in the workplace. They can learn from the author's experiences and insights, and apply them to their own work situation.
- Similarly, someone struggling with anxiety or stress may turn to a self-help book on mindfulness or meditation to learn coping mechanisms and strategies to manage their emotions.
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