Tổng hợp 170 bài mẫu Ielts writing theo chủ đề

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The 35553 is a total of 21 sentences. At about 12 words per sentence this is 252 words.

 a 3-sentence Intro

 a 5-sentence para

 a 5-sentence para

 a 5-sentence para

 a 3-sentence conclusion

Conclusions

A good conclusion will

 rephrase the question

 summarize the main ideas

 give your opinion, if you haven't given it already

 look to the future (say what will happen if the situation continues or changes)

but will

 NEVER add new information

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time their parents asked me to babysit their children because they had to attend an 
unexpected presentation. 
I think this kind of help brings many benefits to my community. First of all, people 
become friendlier. For example, those families, which I mentioned above, became 
friends after I introduced them to each other. Second of all, people get to know each 
other and feel more secure in their houses and apartments. Finally, I am ready to help 
those people because I am sure that they will help me too. One time I lost the keys from 
my car and Julia offered me her car for a while. 
To sum up, I believe that baby-sitting is a great way to help my community in many 
aspects. 
(353 words) 
165. If you could change one important thing about your hometown, what would 
you change? 
Use reasons and specific examples to support your answer. 
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If I could change one thing about my hometown, I think it would be the fact that there‟s 
no sense of community here. People don‟t feel connected, they don‟t look out for each 
other, and they don‟t get to know their neighbors. 
People come and go a lot here. They change jobs frequently and move on. This means 
that they don‟t put down roots in the community. They don‟t join community 
organizations and they‟re not willing to get involved in trying to improve the quality of 
life. If someone has a petition to put in a new street light, she has a very hard time 
getting a lot of people to sign. They don‟t feel it has anything to do with them. They don‟t 
get involved in improving the schools because they don‟t think the quality of education is 
important to their lives. They don‟t see the connection between themselves and the rest 
of their community. 
People don‟t try to support others around them. They don‟t keep a friendly eye on their 
children, or check in on older folks if they don‟t see them for a few days. They‟re not 
aware when people around them may be going through a hard time. For example, they 
may not know if a neighbor loses a loved one. There‟s not a lot of community support 
for individuals. 
Neighbors don‟t get to know each other. Again, this is because people come and go 
within a few years. So when neighbors go on vacation, no one is keeping an eye on 
their house. No one is making sure nothing suspicious is going on there, like lights in 
the middle of the night. When neighbors‟ children are cutting across someone‟s lawn on 
their bikes, there‟s no friendly way of casually mentioning the problem. People 
immediately act as if it‟s a major property disagreement. 
My hometown is a nice place to live in many ways, but it would be much nice if we had 
that sense of community. 
166. A foreign visitor has only one day to spend in your country. 
Where should this visitor go on that day? Why? 
Use specific reasons and details to support your choice. 
Traveling is a good way to find out more about different countries with different 
traditions and customs. Some travelers prefer to spend in one country just a few days or 
one day and then leave for another country. This way of traveling allows people to visit 
more countries in fewer days. Unfortunately, in this case such travelers have to hurry in 
order to visit more places. 
I am from Saint-Petersburg, Russia. So, if a foreign visitor has only one day to spend in 
my country I think I would advice him to visit the "Hermitage" - the most well known and 
amazing museum in Russia. The "Hermitage" has 3 floors and more then 100 halls. It is 
really amazing to visit that place. Many people from all over the world every day enter 
its walls. Some of the rooms devoted to the history of other countries. Others devoted to 
the art of a famous painter and the history of his life. However, most of the halls 
conclude many things such as paintings, royal belongings, sculptures from Russian 
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history. 
Some people say that it is impossible to feel deeply and see all these amazing historical 
values for one visit. I have to completely agree with this statement. When I first visited 
the "Hermitage" I was 14 years old. It impressed me so much that I was back next day 
to see what I had not been able to see the day before. 
The "Hermitage" is an impressive and beautiful museum. I think it is worth to spend 
there a whole day and I believe that after that a foreign visitor can claim with a proud 
that he or she saw Russia. 
(280 words) 
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167. Successful sports professionals can earn a great deal more money than 
people in other important professions. 
Some people think this is fully justified while others think it is unfair. 
Discuss both these views and give your own opinion. 
As a result of constant media attention, sports professionals in my country have become 
stars and celebrities, and those at the top are paid huge salaries. Just like movie stars, 
they live extravagant lifestyles with huge houses and cars. 
Many people find their rewards unfair, especially when comparing these super salaries 
with those of top surgeons or research scientists, or even leading politicians who have 
the responsibility of governing the country. However, sports salaries are not determined 
by considering the contribution to society a person makes, or the level of responsibility 
he or she holds. Instead, they reflect the public popularity of sport in general and the 
level of public support that successful stars can generate. So the notion of „fairness‟ is 
not the issue. 
Those who feel that sports stars‟ salaries are justified might argue that the number of 
professionals with real talent are very few, and the money is a recognition of the skills 
and dedication a person needs to be successful. Competition is constant and a player is 
tested every time they perform in their relatively short career. The pressure from the 
media is intense and there is little privacy out of the spotlight. So all of these factors 
may justify the huge earnings. 
Personally, I think that the amount of money such sports stars make is more justified 
than the huge earnings of movie stars, but at the same time, it indicates that our society 
places more value on sport than on more essential professions and achievements. 
168. It is generally agreed that society benefits from the work of its members. 
Compare the contributions of artists to society with the contributions of 
scientists to society. 
Which type of contribution do you think is valued more by your society? Give 
specific reasons to support your answer. 
From my everyday experience and observation I think that artists as well as scientists 
bring many benefits to society. It is a controversial question weather the contributions of 
artists are more or less then the contributions of scientists to the society. For several 
reasons, which I will mention bellow, I think that both types are valuable, priceless and 
irreplaceable for every society. 
The contributions of artists to the society are very essential. Art can form person‟s 
spiritual sense, their views and personalities. People learn history, the traditions of their 
country trough the art. We also watch movies that entertain and at the same time 
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extend our range of interests. Another important aspect of this is that art is an ancient 
means of communication. In old times people depicted the herds of mammoths on the 
walls of their caves. They performed different rituals around the fireplace asking their 
gods for health, good harvest and weather. Our language is a result of people's need to 
communicate. 
From the other side, the contribution of scientists is could not be exaggerated. All 
humankind is indebted to the scientists because of their work and achievements. 
Scientists make our life easier. We have cars and airplanes to move fast from one place 
to another. We have microwaves and a bunch of preprocessed food to make the 
cooking much easier. We have different devices that simplify all we do. Finally, 
scientists are making great achievements in medicine that make our life longer and 
happier. Nowadays people have a great opportunity to do many things faster by use of 
computers. 
To sup up, I believe that artists nourish our souls when scientists and technology feed 
our minds. So, we can not eliminate or underestimate one of them. 
169. People who have original ideas are of much greater value to society than 
those who are simply able to copy the ideas of others well. 
To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement? 
I certainly agree that people who come up with new ideas; in other words those who 
'invent' or 'discover' things are terribly important to society as a whole. However, I also 
think there is a role in society for good imitators. 
No one would deny that key individuals must be thanked for providing us with certain 
facilities that we use every day. Where, would we be, for example, without basic items 
such as the washing machine, the television and, more recently, the computer? These 
items are now used so regularly that we tend to take them for granted. 
In fact, the society we live in today has become increasingly consumer-oriented, and 
while it may be possible to constantly update and improve consumer goods, not 
everyone where I live can afford the prices of these innovations. Furthermore not 
everyone lives in an area that has accessibility to the latest models on the market. For 
this reason, there is a value to be placed on being able to provide good copies of 
expensive items. 
Having said that, certain innovations have a more serious impact on our lives than 
consumer goods and cannot easily be replicated. Vital medicines like penicillin and 
vaccines against dangerous diseases also exist because people made continual efforts 
to develop them. Scientific ideas such as these enable us to live longer and escape 
illness. 
(225 words) 

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