Từ vựng topic Multicultural societies IELTS

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I. Từ vựng topic "society"

II. Từ vựng topic Multicultural societies

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  • Thanks to more widely open policies in economy and immigration of many countries, the 21st century has witnessed the surprisingly increasing formation of multicultural societies where a varying number of ethnic people stay together
  • The more diverse the residents of a country are, the more cultural values they can share to enhance their awareness and knowledge of culture and tradition. 
  • People will get more directly engaged in understanding unique customs or rituals, life and work attitudes from their foreign neighbours, colleagues and friends
  • They enable to adapt the cultural diversity in order to develop their interpersonal skills and live closer to other cultures without having to live in person in another country.
  • Once people can know more about each other through everyday interactions at work or schools, the severe conflicts or even wars will be remarkably alleviated.
  • Racial disparity accelerated
  • the wealth-poverty gap deteriorated
  • different culture tensions
  • The government implement friendly-ethnic peoples’ policies
  • the dwellers have positive thoughts and behaviours to live compatibly with others.
  • Stimulating multiculturalism in a society will offer numerous advantages to a country rather than undesirable effects.
  • each individual should savour every rewarding moment of living in their multicultural community and proudly spread their unique traditions to international friends so as to increase the diversity.
  • the variety of races, cultures and traditions will make the country become unique and attractive
  • Countries like the USA and Australia are modern multicultural societies
  • successive waves of immigration of peoples from other continents and countries as well as by the original inhabitants
  • an exciting and rich blend of people, cultures and lifestyles.
  • friends have different preferences in clothes, sports teams, food and even in beliefs
  • they manage to live and work together, to support each other, and to be tolerant of their respective differences.
  • Their friendship is probably richer, more interesting and more rewarding
  • the range of experiences available is more diverse
  • sometimes we need to listen to, to understand and to really empathise with the other people from the other culture
  • the multi-culture has brought large impact on the societies around the globe.
  • people from different regions bring particular and unique traditions with them, which will contribute to the diversity of cultures and races.
  • the melting pots for immigrants in all walks of life
  • various ethnic groups in the country enrich the social life, broaden people’s horizon and boost the economy.
  • most of the people who immigrate from their own countries are industrious, especially the first generation. 
  • They leave their motherland mainly because of the war and poverty. 
  • when they make a new start, they are more likely to work hard and create a new home for their families.
  • That is not to say that we can neglect the detriments of multiculturalism. 
  • Many new comers will always encounter the language barrier and cultural shock which will even lead to the discrimination and religious conflict with the existing inhabitants.
  • the multiculturalism is a global positive trend; meanwhile, governments and the whole society should make effort to eliminate the biases among different cultures. Only by doing so can we ensure that we could live in a harmonious environment and enjoy the benefits of social development.
  • cosmopolitan societies are better for the
  • overall progress of a country. 
  • That is perhaps why nations such as the U.S.A., Canada and Australia, which are primarily multi-cultural societies, enjoy great prosperity, stability and harmony.
  • a multi-cultural society can bring a wide variety of benefits to a nation in terms of economic, cultural and social development. 
  • the majority of immigrants from different cultural backgrounds are high achievers, including experts, scholars, engineers, business people and other well-trained people. Their arrival means an inflow of expertise, experience, investments as well as a dynamic labour force, which are all key factors to the increase of competitiveness, efficiency and productivity of a nation’s economy.
  • the new arrivals know very well the importance of respecting the local traditions and customs. Therefore, they co-operate and collaborate well with the natives. They work very harmoniously side by side in offices, factories and schools.
  • with a rich blend of peoples, cultures and lifestyles, people in multi-cultural societies tend to be more open-minded and tolerant of other people’s customs and religions.
  • people from overseas will try to maintain their unique ethnic cultures with their own distinctive characteristics.
  • make it difficult for immigrants to become assimilated into the mainstream of the local social life.
  • That is the reason why so many countries make great efforts to attract more immigrants from abroad.

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