I. Kiến thức liên quan
II. Từ vựng topic "wait" IELTS
- budget subsidy (n.phrase): thời bao cấp
IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: In the past, during the 1970s when our country was still under the system of budget subsidies, waiting in line to get food and staples are a pretty common sight in Vietnam
- staple (n): nhu yếu phẩm
- non-existent (adj): không tồn tại
- chaotic scene (n.phrase): cảnh tượng kinh hoàng
- nurture (v): nuôi dưỡng
- Cash register (n): máy tính tiền
IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: how quick you can pay for your food and drinks in restaurants and shops compared to the past, thanks to electronic cash registers.
- Virtue noun /ˈvɜː.tʃuː/: a good moral quality in a person, or the general quality of being morally good: đức tính
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: Patience is a virtue. (Kiên nhẫn là một đức tính tốt.)
- Time flies = used tomean that time passes surprisingly quickly: thời gian trôi qua thật là nhanh
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: Time flies when you're having fun.
- Time is money = said toemphasize that you should not waste time, because you could be using it to earn money: thời gian là vàng là bạc (ý muốn nói bạn không nên lãng phí thời gian)
annoyance (adj): khó chịu
- inconvenience (adj): bất tiện
- Run late (v.phrase): đi muộn
IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: There may be pregnant women who cannot really stand for long, people who are ill and are in need of being supported as soon as possible, or workers that are running late out there. For others who are not in urgent or unwell states, letting those aforementioned special people jump in line is not something too terrible and unfair to me.
- Trivial adjective/ˈtrɪv.i.əl/: having little value or importance: nhỏ nhặt
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:
- I don't know why he gets so upset about something so trivial.
- Sexual harassment in the workplace is not a trivial matter.
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ:
- in anticipation (of)= in preparation for something happening: sự chuẩn bị cái gì đó
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: She’s even decorated the spare room in anticipation of your visit.
- maddeningadjective/ˈmæd.ən.ɪŋ/: making you angry: điên cuồng
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: She has a maddening habit of interrupting me when I'm talking to her. (Cô ấy có thói quen điên cuồng làm phiền tôi khi tôi nói chuyện với cô ấy.)
- Maturity noun /məˈtʃʊə.rə.ti/: the quality of behaving mentally and emotionally like an adult: sự trưởng thành
- Customer service (n): dịch vụ khách hàng
- virtue (n): phẩm chất.
IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: Firms should train their staff to be polite and friendly. These virtues usually help create a good impression and a sense of being respected in clients, hence making their experience happier and more comfortable.
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: It took a lot of willpower to stay calm.
- IELTS TUTOR xét ví dụ: As with most pleasures, it's not so much the experience itself as the anticipation that is enjoyable.
III. Ideas topic "wait" IELTS
- Many of us spend hours scrolling mindlessly through our social media feeds, ignoring the tasks we ought to be spending time on. Even when we try to limit our interaction with technology, time flies, and hours can pass without us realising >> >> IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn CÁCH DÙNG LIÊN TỪ KẾT HỢP FANBOYS (Coordinators)
- Ultimately these devices both help and hinder us. If we can learn to use them efficiently then they have the potential to be hugely beneficial.
- Waiting is part and parcel of day to day life and unfortunately cannot be avoided.
- people in Vietnam are not accustomed to waiting, especially when compared to other cultures where waiting is much more deeply ingrained. This is evident in busy shops, where customers will push in front of each other and shove money into the hands of the cashiers instead of waiting in a line.
- During traffic jams, every car and motorbike tries to move at the same time, creating chaos, instead of waiting for one another >> IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Từ vựng topic Transportation IELTS
The culture of standing in line and waiting until your turn comes has been nurtured among youngsters and lots of adults. In a number of universities, waiting in front of the lift in very, like, organized lines has been pretty common, as well as in supermarkets, and stores and restaurants.
Modern technology has no doubt enabled the staff in public places or places that provide service to work faster and more efficiently >> IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Cách dùng động từ "enable" tiếng anh
- Older generations often comment on how time seems to be speeding up. Therefore, they’re determined to make the most of the time (or: live life to the full) they have left, by filling it with the most vital aspects of life, and cutting out all of the trivial and insignificant things young people waste time on.
- I’d say older people are much more adept at managing their time. This is probably simply because they've had more experience and have learned a variety of skills to help harness their time to the best of their abilities. It may also be because older people are much more aware of the passing of time and their own mortality.
- Children are generally impatient because they have not yet learned the benefits of waiting >> IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Cách dùng động từ "care" tiếng anh
- In the past, people had to wait several days or even weeks to get a letter from a loved one, but now if we don’t receive an immediate reply to a text message or email, we become easily frustrated. Similarly, back in the day if you wanted to watch a new film or listen to a new album by your favorite band, you would have to wait a long time for it to be released. These days, we can simply download most kinds of entertainment within minutes, so we’re basically much less familiar with waiting for the things we want.
- In a situation where others are impatient, the ability to wait will stand out and show your maturity and strong willpower. There’s a popular saying, “good things come to those who wait”, and I would tend to agree with this. If you are patient and keep your eyes open, then luck will eventually come your way.
- Electronic devices are also the biggest distraction in modern life.