Part 3 Questions Collection - Law Topic

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Trong bài IELTS around the World, chủ đề Law trong đề thi tháng 8 tại Canada tuy không mới nhưng có thể là một đề tài không dễ đối với các bạn học viên luyện thi IELTS. Tại Việt Nam, đề tài này cũng xuất hiện liên tục trong 3 tháng 5, 6, 7 vừa qua.
ArrowEnglish xin chia sẻ với các bạn thêm một số câu hỏi liên quan trong part 3 của chủ đề này


  1. How does law affect the everyday lives of people?
  2. What are some ways that people can be encouraged to obey the law?
  3. Why do you think some people break the law?
  4. Many people think that an occasional, minor breach of the law is ok. What do you think?

Police/ Lawyer

  1. What kind of people are interested in working as police officers?
  2. Do you think there are ever any circumstances when it's an advantage to use a policewoman rather than a policeman?
  3. What do you think are the qualities of a good police officer?
  4. Why do we need to have police in society?
  5. Which job would most people prefer - to be a policeman/policewoman or a lawyer? (Why?)
  6. What personal qualities (& skills) does a person need to be a lawyer?

International Law

  1. In what situations (or, areas of activity) do you think international law is most important?
  2. Can you think of any examples of international law?
  3. Do you think we need to have international laws in order to help protect the environment?
  4. What would society be like if there were no laws? (= if there was no legal system)
  5. Why do you think different countries sometimes have quite different legal systems?
  6. In the future, do you think all countries might have the same laws?
  7. What do qualities do you think people need to work as public servants?

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IELTS around the World

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Sri Lanka

Writing test

Task 1 (a letter)

Your company has sent you to attend a course at college in a different country. You have completed the course and received a certificate, but you lost it on the way back. Write a letter to the Principal of the college and say
- How did you lose the certificate?
- Why do you need it?
- What do you expect the principal to do?


Task 2 (an essay)

Some people think that dangerous sports should be banned, while others disagree. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge and experience.

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Philippines and India

Speaking test

Part 1

- What is your full name?
- Can I see your ID?
- Where are you from?
- Do you work or study?
- What is the meaning of your name?
- What do you do for work?
- Which tax do you like? Why?
- What is your favourite food ?
- What food was your favourite as a child?
- Did your mother allow you to eat it?
- When did you cook something for the first time?
- Do you like to take photos?
- Which type of photos do you like?

Part 2

Talk about a foreign country that you visited or would like to visit. Please say
- What country is it?
- Why did you choose it out of many others?
- Whom did you travel with?

Part 3

- Why do people travel in your opinion?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of travelling for local people?
- How often do you travel?


Speaking test

Part 1

- What is your full name?
- Can I see your ID?
- Where are you from?
- Do you work or study?
- Why did you choose this profession?
- Did you like the first day of your job?
- What type of weather do you like?
- Do you discuss the weather with your friends?


Part 2

Describe a law in your home country that you feel is very good for people. Please say
- What is it?
- How did you get to know about this law?
- Why do you think it is good for people?

Part 3

- Do you think rules and laws are important? Why?
- What qualities of a police officer are the most important in your view?
- Should a police officer be punctual? Why?
- Are rules and laws strictly obeyed in your country?

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Chủ đề IELTS luyện tập trong tháng 9

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Vocabulary to Describe Hometown

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Một trong những chủ đề mà thí sinh có khả năng được hỏi cao nhất trong Part 1 IELTS Speaking là hometown. Trong bài học hôm nay, các bạn cùng ArrowEnglish kiểm tra lại xem mình đã đủ từ vựng và ý cho chủ đề quá đỗi quen thuộc này chưa nhé!

1. Hãy nói về những gì mình thích/ không thích về nơi đó. Nhớ cho ví dụ minh họa trong câu trả lời!


2. Nếu được hỏi sống ở đâu, nên cố gắng trả lời một cách chính xác


3. Phương tiện giao thông như thế nào?


...Và đừng quên sử dụng thêm các tính từ



Graphs - How much vocabulary you know

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Last week lesson was about some structures and vocabulary for process diagram. In ArrowEnglish today's lesson, let's check how much vocabulary you know to write 150 words in task one. Remember, you don't need to repeat the same words.


 Movement Up & Down
Went up
Shot up
Went down

 No movement

remained steady
were unchanged
did not change
remained constant
remained stable

Tops and Bottoms

reached a peak
reached their highest level
fell to a low
sank to a trough
reached a bottom

Adverbs and Intensifiers


Now look at the sample of a basic graph to learn more...

Passengers at a London underground station


The graph shows the fluctuation in the number of people at a London underground station over the course of a day.

The busiest time of the day is in the morning. There is a sharp increase between 06:00 and 08:00, with 400 people using the station at 8 o'clock. After this the numbers drop quickly to less than 200 at 10 o'clock. Between 11 am and 3 pm the number rises, with a plateau of just under 300 people using the station.

In the afternoon, numbers decline, with less than 100 using the station at 4 pm. There is then a rapid rise to a peak of 380 at 6pm. After 7 pm, numbers fall significantly, with only a slight increase again at 8pm, tailing off after 9 pm.

Overall, the graph shows that the station is most crowded in the early morning and early evening periods.

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