Author: Nam Do

IELTS Writing Samples – Pie Charts

Sample 1  The pie charts below show the average household expenditures in Japan and Malaysia in the year 2010.   Bài Mẫu The pie charts show the proportion of money spent on various household expenses in Malaysia and Japan in 2010. We can see that in Malaysia the greatest proportion of expenditure (34%) was on housing, while in Japan housing accounted for just 21% of the total. In contrast, in Japan the greatest single expense was other goods and services at 29%, compared with 26% in Malaysia. Food came in second place in Japan, at 24%, while in Malaysia the actual proportion was higher (27%). In...

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IELTS Speaking Part 2 – Describe A TV Program

You should say: what the programme is about/ what the programme is how often you watch or listen to this programme what type of people enjoy this programme and explain why this programme is educational. I’m really into the TV show called the Expert of Cate, which is a popular TV programme teaching audience how to cook simple but tasty food. The time it broadcasts is so convenient that after watching it, I have enough time to imitate the delicacies I have just learned from the programme. I believe it appeals to anyone who love life and food particularly....

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IELTS Speaking Part 2 – Describe A Childhood Toy

You should say: what it was who gave it to you how often you played it and explain why it was special to you. Let me tell you about my favourite toy I owned when I was ten years old. It was a transformer, the Prime actually. I liked it because of the cartoons. But since my parents were not very rich then, after I asked them to buy me a transformer for many times, finally they agreed. I was so happy when I got it in the toys store. It was very delicate and finely painted and modelled...

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IELTS Speaking Part 2 – Describe An Animal

You should say: what animal it was where you saw it what happened when you saw it and explain why you thought it was interesting. As for the interesting animal, I’d like to tell you about the koi fish which is very popular in China, Japan and other Asian countries. As far as I know, the koi fish is colourful variation of the common carp. Some of the major colours are white, black, red, yellow and cream, so they look particularly fantastic. The koi are hearty fish. They can thrive in cold, fresh waters. And they are opportunistic fish,...

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