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چگونه به ایده های مناسب برای IELTS Writing در Task 2 فکر کنیم؟

چگونه به ایده های مناسب برای IELTS Writing در Task 2 فکر کنیم؟

در بخش های پیشین، برخی از سوالات و مشکلات متداول در این زمینه را بررسی کردیم و سپس به بررسی راهکار های مناسب برای این مهم پرداختیم. از جمله:

Brain Storming

Brain Storming در واقع به معنای فکر کردن به هر تعداد ایده ی ممکن و مرتبط با موضوع مان می باشد. این روش به وسیله ی یک شرکت تبلیغاتی بنیان گذاری شد تا به ایده های جدید تبلیغاتی برای این منظور دست پیدا کنند. این تکنیک به این صورت است که کلمه های اصلی را در وسط صفحه بنویسیم و سپس هر تعداد ایده ی مرتبطی که به ذهنمان می رسد را اطراف آن قرار دهیم.

بسیاری از دانش آموزان و از معلمان این روش را بسیار دوست دارند. اگر این روش برای شما مفید و کارآمد است، آن را به کار ببرید اما ما با این روش چند مشکل داریم . اول این که بعضی از دانش آموزان زمان بسیار زیادی را صرف این مرحله می کنند و سعی می کنند به ایده های زیادی فکر کنند. دوما، از آن جایی که آن ها سعی دارند به طور کلی فکر کنند، ایده ها و نظرات آن ها خیلی مرتبط نیستند. در نتیجه زمان بیشتری را از آن ها برای مرتب کردن و جدا نمودن ایده های مرتبط از نا مرتبط می گیرد (زمانی که شما در روز امتحان نخواهید داشت).

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IELTS Speaking vocabulary for Technology topic

Part 1

Do you use any gadgets on a daily basis?

Yes, surely I do… Although I don’t consider myself a [tooltip hint=”Someone who is obsessed with technology, especially computers.”]geek[/tooltip], I quite enjoy using all the new items like laptops and smartphones… All in all, we’re living in the [tooltip hint=”The period in modern history characterized by rapid technology development and widespread computer use.”]computer age[/tooltip] and it’s impossible to ignore cutting-edge(Innovational, at the forefront of progress.) technology.

How often do you use Internet?

I use Internet every day… It helps me with my studies and it entertains me when I’m down… [tooltip hint=”To look through websites, searching for something you need, or simply for entertainment”]Surfing the Internet[/tooltip]. is my hobby… I also frequently use World Wide Web for communication purposes… Though I don’t like [tooltip hint=”Media used to interact with other people.”] social media[/tooltip] like Facebook, I often use [tooltip hint=”Making video-calls.”]video conferencing[/tooltip] for talking.

Do you own a computer? If so, how often do you use it and for what purposes?

Yes, I have a personal computer and a laptop… I use my laptop mainly for education… It is very light and fits in my bag easily, so I take it with me to school… Meanwhile, my PC has a [tooltip hint=”A big-sized monitor.”]large screen[/tooltip] and convenient keyboard, so I use it for [tooltip hint=”Writing, editing and producing words on a computer by using special programs”]word processing[/tooltip] and [tooltip hint=”To search for websites.”]browsing websites[/tooltip]. It is an old, but still [tooltip hint=”Something that works perfectly well.”]well-oiled machine[/tooltip].

Part 2

Now, have a look at the card and prepare a monologue.

Describe your favourite gadget. You should say:

  • What is it
  • When did you get it
  • How often do you use it

and say why is it so important to you

I don’t own many gadgets… I have a PC, laptop and a smartphone and I can’t imagine my life without either of those… However, my laptop is the most important piece of technology for me… I got it as a birthday present from my parents a few years ago and I use it nearly every day now. Although at first using it was like [tooltip hint=”A very complicated subject for someone.”]rocket science[/tooltip] for me, after a few weeks I was able to do everything I needed… From [tooltip hint=”Searching for websites.”] browsing websites[/tooltip] to [tooltip hint=”Resetting the most important program that runs the computer.”] reinstalling the operating system[/tooltip]… What’s more, without my laptop I wouldn’t be able to do my homework for the university… Also, I use it for [tooltip hint=”Looking for something on the Internet.”]surfing the Internet[/tooltip] and finding whatever I want, whether it is a piece of code for my project or a useful tip on how to cook a steak… Generally, my laptop became an [tooltip hint=”Something you can’t imagine your life without.”]essential[/tooltip] device for me…

Part 3

Do you think we need to know much about computers?

Well… Not too much, but there is definitely a couple of essential things everyone should know. First of all, you need to know how to [tooltip hint=”Write URL in your search engine.”]enter a web address[/tooltip] ... how to [tooltip hint=”To find what you need on the websitee”] navigate websites[/tooltip]… It is very important nowadays to be able to [tooltip hint=”Look on the Internet”]surf the net[/tooltip] for the information you need…

What is the most impactful piece of technology in our lives?

In my point of view, the Internet is the most important technological advance of our time… It gives us so many new opportunities to discover anything we want about our world! You just need to [tooltip hint=”To start a computer.”]boot up[/tooltip]  your computer an [tooltip hint=”To use the Internet.”]go online[/tooltip]… And with wireless networks at home and public [tooltip hint=”A public place where you can access the Internet.”]Wi-Fi hotspots[/tooltip] we can do it easily and almost everywhere.

How computers affect our everyday life?

In a positive way, certainly. They help with so many things, starting from writing and printing your own essay and ending with developing advanced programs and [tooltip hint=”A process of altering digital materials like audio or video files.”]digital editing[/tooltip] … Without computers studying would have been [tooltip hint=”Something that takes too much of your time and isn’t rational to do.”]time-consuming and inefficient.[/tooltip] …

How effective is the use of computers in the classroom?

Hmm… in my opinion, using computers in the classroom is very effective. I think it is important for students [tooltip hint=”To master the use of computers.”] to become competent in the use of computers[/tooltip] to prepare them for the workplace … you know, computers are used everywhere in the workplace now. But… I also think that having computers so easily available gives teachers the opportunity to introduce students to the variety of information on the Internet.

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IELTS Speaking vocabulary for Freinds topic

Part 1

Do you have a lot of friends?

Not a lot, but I have a few very [tooltip hint=”A very good friend”]close friends[/tooltip]. … I think it is better to have one reliable friend that a thousand [tooltip hint=”Someone who is your friend only when you are cheerful and successful”]fair-weather friends[/tooltip] … Although it’s not easy to meet [tooltip hint=”Someone you have similar interests with”]someone you have a lot in common with[/tooltip] , I think managed to do it.

How often do you see your friends?

As often as I can… We [tooltip hint=”To like spending time with each other”]enjoy each other’s company[/tooltip], so we see each other almost daily… What’s more, we live very close to each other, so it’s easy for us to [tooltip hint=”To come together with someone”]meet up[/tooltip].

Is there anything special about your friends?

Oh, that’s an interesting question… I guess there are lot of things… For instance, my best friend can draw unbelievable art, good enough to sell. And my other friend is really keen on cooking… But most importantly, they are people, who are [tooltip hint=”Very important to someone”]near and dear to my heart here[/tooltip].

For how long do you know them?

I’ve known my friends since my childhood… We’ve been [tooltip hint=”To have some good times and difficult times together”]hrough thick and thint[/tooltip]. together… Probably that’s why we’re so close now.

Part 2

Now, have a look at the card and prepare a monologue.

Describe your friend. You should say:

  • Who is he/she
  • When did you meet
  • Why is he/she so close to you

and say what do you like about your friend the most

I would like to talk about my friend William… I wouldn’t say he’s my best friend, but I would rather call him as a good friend of mine… I met him last year at local sports centre. It turned out that we were studying at the same college… Then, miraculously, I got into the same class with him and we [tooltip hint=”… He’s the sweetest person I’ve ever met! He’s smart, helpful, caring, funny and somehow good-looking..”]got on like a house on fire[/tooltip] …. He’s the sweetest person I’ve ever met! He’s smart, helpful, caring, funny and somehow good-looking… And most importantly, we have [tooltip hint=”To have similar interests.”] a lot in common[/tooltip] and he understands me as nobody else does.

Part 3

Do you think friendship is important nowadays?

Yes, certainly! Without my friends I’d be very sad and lonely, but they cheer me up and help in every way possible… Of course, all relationships [tooltip hint=”A mixture of good and bad things that happen.”]have their ups and downs[/tooltip] , but we should definitely try [tooltip hint=”Not to lose contact with someone.”]not to lose touch with[/tooltip] our friends.

What do you think is the best time to get new friends?

Hmm… Probably, the best time to get new friends is your school and university years. You have many possibilities to [tooltip hint=”To contact somebody.”]get in touch[/tooltip] with different people… And it is easier to find friends with [tooltip hint=”Something in common”] similar interests[/tooltip]….

Is it important to stay in touch with your friends throughout the years?

Yes, it very important not to [tooltip hint=”To lose contact with someone”]lose touch with[/tooltip]  your friends… Surely, everyone changes and even [tooltip hint=”A very good friends”]close friends[/tooltip] can [tooltip hint=”To become less close to someone.”]drift apart[/tooltip] But, in my opinion, friends are your [tooltip hint=”That is to say your friends love you and make you feel comfortable, like your family]second family[/tooltip]  and we should highly appreciate them.

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نمونه رایتینگ آیلتس قسمت ۳۲

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Universities should accept equal numbers of male and female students in every subject. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

In my opinion, men and women should have the same educational opportunities. However, I do not agree with the idea of accepting equal proportions of each gender in every university subject.

Having the same number of men and women on all degree courses is simply unrealistic. Student numbers on any course depend on the applications that the institution receives. If a university decided to fill courses with equal numbers of males and females, it would need enough applicants of each gender. In reality, many courses are more popular with one gender than the other, and it would not be practical to aim for equal proportions. For example, nursing courses tend to attract more female applicants, and it would be difficult to fill these courses if fifty per cent of the places needed to go to males.

Apart from the practical concerns expressed above, I also believe that it would be unfair to base admission to university courses on gender. Universities should continue to select the best candidates for each course according to their qualifications. In this way, both men and women have the same opportunities, and applicants know that they will be successful if they work hard to achieve good grades at school. If a female student is the best candidate for a place on a course, it is surely wrong to reject her in favour of a male student with lower grades or fewer qualifications.

In conclusion, the selection of university students should be based on merit, and it would be both impractical and unfair to change to a selection procedure based on gender.(265 words, band 9)