Từ vựng topic Toys tiếng anh

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Bên cạnh Bài sửa đề thi IELTS WRITING TASK 2 ngày 22/8/2020 của HS đi thi đạt 7.0 writing, IELTS TUTOR tổng hợp Từ vựng topic Toys tiếng anh

  • Balloon /bəˈluːn/: quả bóng bay
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: We tied balloons and streamers to the ceiling ready for the party
  • Bucket /ˈbʌk.ɪt/: thùng, xô
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: My daughter often plays with bucket
  • Teddy bear /ˈted·i ˌbeər/ : gấu bông
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: However, among them all, the one that I preferred was my teddy bear
  • Doll /dɒl/: búp bê
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: She collects dolls
  • Clown /klaʊn/ : anh hề
  • Rocking horse /ˈrɒk.ɪŋ ˌhɔːs/: ngựa gỗ bập bồng
  • Doll’s house : nhà búp bê
  • Crib /krɪb/: giường cũi của trẻ em
  • Airplane /ˈeə.pleɪn/: máy bay
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: My father gave me an airplane toy as a present for my 6th birthday
  • Train /treɪn/: tàu hỏa
  • Dice /daɪs/ : xúc xắc
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: We need two dice to play the game
  • Whistle /ˈwɪs.əl/ : cái còi
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: She listened to the whistle of the wind through the trees.
  • Motorcycle /ˈməʊ.təˌsaɪ.kəl/ : xe máy đồ chơi
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: Do you want to play car or motorcycle?
  • Rattle  /ˈræt.əl/: cái trống lắc
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: The baby was waving around a plastic rattle
  • Puzzle /ˈpʌz.əl/: câu đố
    • IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: a jigsaw puzzle
  • Robot /ˈrəʊ.bɒt/ : người máy
  • If a child is only a couple of years old, you shouldn’t give them toys which contain small parts that could be swallowed and cause the child to choke. 
  • There are a lot of factors parents should take into consideration
  • The appropriate age range
  • Parents should select the toys that aren’t beyond their kids’ comprehension or don’t contain small parts that could be swallowed and cause kids to choke
  • Preferable toys should be ones that give children a chance to use their imagination
  • Those toys can help stimulate their creativity 
  • Another thing to consider is whether the toy will continue to entertain the child for a certain period of time. What I mean is, if the toy will only interest a child for 5 minutes, it isn’t really worth buying. It’s better to choose something that they will enjoy for months or years.
  • I guess the main change is in electronic toys or battery operated toys. In the past, people used to only give simple toys to their children that were often handmade. Nowadays, people prefer mass produced toys that are the recent trend. 
  • He was really a shoulder to cry on. If I needed comfort, I would hug him and cry, and I would feel better afterward.
  • Actually, it was a total impulse buy when my family went shopping at the supermarket. It turned out to be a huge hit as my siblings and I were really into it.
  • Toys and stuffed animals can be hard to let go of because they are filled with memories of when we were little. 
  • As a kid, I used to have a hard time prioritizing which items are more special than others. Then, I kept all of them in a big wooden box in the basement and it’s still there until now.
  • A lot of people are afraid of forgetting the time that has gone by, so keeping childhood toys may be an excellent way to help them recollect their good old days. Or maybe they are just in the habit of not throwing away anything.
  • I believe that to some people, their childhood toys are like treasures. Such toys are inextricably linked with stories in their childhood and more valuable than anything else with even exorbitant prices. My father is a good case in point. He still keeps his torn teddy bear because it reminds him of my grandma who passed away several years back.
  • When the car was finished it looked great, and I felt a sense of accomplishment. I seem to remember that I didn’t play with the car very much; the fun part had been the process of building it.
  • Toys have experienced two major changes during the past few decades
  • In the past, people usually made toys from wood or paper, and they were mostly hand-made
  • Contemporary toys are often made from plastic or nylon, and they are mostly mass-produced toys in factories 
  • Those types of toys are often exciting electronic toys, such as computer games. 
  • Another difference is that toys decades ago were often so simple that children had to use their imagination and creativity to find enjoyment in using them. 
  • today’s toys stimulate less creativity in children on the whole.
  • I guess some parents are materialistic. They think that if they buy many toys for their kids, they are being a good parent.
  • Another reason is that children have short attention spans, which means that some parents buy toys to keep their child quiet and out of their way. 
  • As far as I remember, I mostly played with toy cars, planes and action figures from films or cartoons. 
  • All toys encourage children to use their imagination and creativity. 
  • Even with simple toys, children imagine situations and invent games and rules.
  • The main reason is probably the power of advertising and peer pressure which drive children to want more toys and pushes parents to buy them.
  • Some toys that can be bought are educational and are very important for early learning. 
  • Educational toys provide a great way for children to develop skills, such as spatial awareness, motor skills and hand-eye coordination
  • Toys can give children a safe way to explore the world and learn about colours, shapes and textures. However, I must admit that some toys for older children, such as computer games, can become addictive and, at that point, those types of toys are not beneficial.
  • I liked the toy cars and transformers when I was a kid because of the cartoons. 
  • since my parents were not very rich then, after I asked them to buy me a transformer for many times, finally they agreed.
  • All children have a taste for (thích) playing with toys
  • Toys like our buddies are there for us (luôn bên cạnh ai)
  • I mostly played with teddy bears and stuffed animals (nhồi bông)
  • I also enjoyed assembling things with Lego
  • The main factor why people like to keep things from the past is that they can remember things years later. 
  • Nostalgia is important for a lot of people who are afraid of forgetting the time that has passed by, and also they are probably in a habit of not throwing away anything.
  • I believe the kind of toys children like most today derives from what kind of cartoons children have watched on TV. 
  • I feel that most toys have only been played for just one year, and they are almost intact, so it is really a waste of money to throw them away

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