Từ vựng topic "polite" IELTS

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I. Cách paraphrase từ "polite"

IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn kĩ Paraphrase từ "polite" tiếng anh

II. Từ vựng topic "polite"

  • put others at ease: làm  ai  thấy  dễ  chịu 

  • disrespectful behaviors = bad manners

    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: there are so so many examples of disrespectful behaviors; for example it could be their bad manners, and it seems these days that new generations are not being raised to respect the elders.

  • To break the ice (idiom): bắt chuyện với người khác
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: Well, in Vietnamese culture, people usually break the ice and hit it off quite well. They often start the conversation with “Excuse me” and end the conversation with “thank you”.
  • Swearwords (n): những từ chửi thề

    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: Certainly, there would be a probable number of negative changes in politeness in today’s society. There are cases when teenagers make use of informal or swearwords towards adults or ignore proper greetings with old people.​

  • insult (n): lời lăng mạ, sự xúc phạm 
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: I treat other people nicely and patiently, and I do not insultanyone unless they truly deserve it. Also, I properly apologize when I make mistakes and I show my gratitude when other people help me.
  • have good manners 
  • exhibits consideration for others : thể hiện sự quan tâm đến người khác 

  • socially acceptable behavior: hành vi được chấp nhận trong xã hội 

    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: being polite is when someone that exhibits consideration for others and socially acceptable behavior. Being polite means being aware of and respecting the feelings of other people. 
  • earn others’ respect.
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: People should always be polite because it shows that they have good manners and it helps them earn others’ respect.
  • the golden rule of : quy tắc vàng là gì 

  • good manners : nhân cách tốt 

    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: the golden rule of good manners is to know how to say “please” and “thank you”. The second rule, I think, is we shouldn’t ask overly personal questions

  • a  disrespectful  behaviour
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:�Being late is another disrespectful behavior especially  when those who habitually come to work late with the same excuse are rude and affect others. Therefore, I hope that those who are habitually late for meetings, family gatherings, dates, and work should try setting their clock 15 minutes ahead.
  • open doors for them professionally: mở  ra  cơ  hội  việc  làm  

    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:�being polite can help them have better relationships with people and even open doors for them professionally, so they try to learn and improve their manners.

  • cut in lines: cắt  hàng   
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: ​cutting in lines is another rude behavior. It happens all the time at the grocery store, at public events, and at amusement parks. 

  • have good social skills: có kĩ năng xã hội tốt 
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: Being polite is like having good social skills – it can help one widen their social network, and this can positively influence one’s private and professional life.
  • codes of conduct: quy tắc ứng xử 
  • etiquette: nghi thức, phép xã giao
    • IELTS TUTOR lưu ý là thường cụm này sẽ đi chung với nhau: manners and etiquettes : nhân cách và cách ứng xử 
      • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: I always have this feeling that people start being less and less polite to each other as time passes. Maybe one of the reasons lies in the etiquette and codes of conduct that have gradually changed over time.
  • conservative (adj) bảo  thủ  

    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: people from the countryside are often very conservative, and they still possess many rude behaviors, such as don’t respect others’ privacy, force others to listen to their opinions, so I think they seem to be quite rude, and more inconsiderate to others.

  • take the lead : để họ chủ động 

    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: �Asking personal questions is not the correct approach to learn more about someone even if we’re dying to know more details about them. We should let the other person take the lead rather than forcing them to share things they may regret

III. Ideas topic "polite"

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý các ideas sau đây nên tham khảo nhé:

  • how to behave appropriately
  • a simple but convincing indicator of good manners, in my opinion, is saying “thank you” to those who help us, “sorry” when we’ve done something wrong and “please” when we ask someone for a favor.
  • be willing to accept any differences in each other’s etiquette
  • For example, we would never say “Bring me the bill” in a restaurant because this kind of direct instruction would sound rude. It would be much more polite to say “Could we have the bill, please?”.
  • Just because someone is misbehaving doesn’t necessarily mean we should act as badly in return. There’s no point of downgrading our manners! This only makes other people look down on us. Instead, we’d better try to stay calm and courteous, even to those who don’t really deserve our politeness.
  • It’s essential to be well-behaved. For one thing, people usually treat us the way we treat them. In other words, we need to show our respect for other people in order to be respected. For another thing, I remember hearing somewhere that politeness is a sign of dignity and I couldn't agree more with this.

  • courtesy is displayed not by just a single act but a series of good manners
  • as you probably know, Vietnam is a hierarchical society, which means it’s crucial for the people here to be respectful of their seniors, by using honorifics for instance

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