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2020 - Đề thi IELTS Writing Tháng 8

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Dưới đây là tổng hợp đề thi IELTS Writing thực tế đã ra trong tháng 8/2020. Các bạn đăng nhập để làm bài phía bên dưới nhé. Các admin sẽ nhận xét bài viết cho các bạn.

Đề thi IELTS Writing ngày 01/08

  • Task 1: The chart below shows the average hours spent per day in leisure and sports activities, by youngest and oldest populations, in the US, in 2015.

  • Task 2: Nowadays people waste a lot of food that was bought from shops and restaurants. Why do you think people waste food? What can be done to reduce the amount of food they throw away? (Tham khảo bài mẫu IELTS Writing cho chủ đề Food)
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Đề thi IELTS Writing ngày 06/08

  • Task 1: The pie charts below show the different types of courses, which were followed by the students during the years of 1984, 1994 and 2004.
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Đề thi IELTS Writing ngày 08/08

  • Task 1: The table below shows the number of visitors in the UK and their average spending from 2003 to 2008.

  • Task 2: Some people believe that the care of elderly people should be a priority of government spending. Others believe that government spending should focus more on young people, especially on their education. Discuss both views and give your opinion. (Tham khảo bài mẫu IELTS Writing cho chủ đề Government spending)

Đề thi IELTS Writing ngày 15/08

  • Task 1: The bar chart below shows the results of a survey conducted over a three-year period to discover what people who live in London think of the city.

  • Task 2: Some people think the money spent on developing the technology for space exploration is not justified. There are more beneficial ways to spend this money. To what extent do you agree or disagree? (Tham khảo bài mẫu IELTS Writing cho chủ đề Money)
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Đề thi IELTS Writing ngày 22/08

  • Task 1: The table below shows the average weekly salaries of men and of women working in different occupations.

  • Task 2: Many companies sponsor sports as a way to advertise themselves. Some people think this is good for the world of sports, while others think there are disadvantages of this. Discuss both sides and give your opinion. (Tham khảo bài mẫu IELTS Writing cho chủ đề Sports)

Đề thi IELTS Writing ngày 29/08

  • Task 1: The maps below show changes to the ground floor plan of a university department in 2000 and 2015.

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Đề thi 22/08
The given chart compares the income that male and female earned per week in terms of five different fields in 2015.
Overall, it is obvious that men are likely to be paid more money than women in all kinds of occupations. Meanwhile, Manual Laborers is the hardest job among five fields with the lowest salary for both male and female.
Looking at the table in more detail, Professionals, which became a hot industry in 2015, ranked first with the highest salary for male and female at $2000 and $1900, respectively. Whereas, the salary of employees working in Administrative/ Clerical Workers came next with $1350 for men, compared to $1000 for women.
In addition, the income of male earned in Technicians is ahead of that of females by a wide margin, at $1400 for the former and $900 for the latter. In Services Workers, the data for women was less than that of men $350 while, Manual laborers last on the list with the figures for men was $1100 and for women was $850.

Task 2:
It remains controversial whether the sports world should be supported by the companies. While a number of people recognized that this trend should not be encouraged, I still believe that it could be beneficial in some cases.
On the one hand, there is a main reason why people discourage this sponsoring is that the sports world's finance depends on the companies is ascribed receiving support from them. In other words, it is disadvantageous for the sports to be on the defensive and controlled by the second side, who does not participate in this major. For example, when the company is bankrupt, it may leave significant repercussions in the sport such as limitations in finance and cutting- edge equipment. Moreover, the salary for participants can decrease dramatically along this advent, which results in giving up playing sport in manifold competitors.
On the other hand, I still strongly confirm that this trend could bring merits in some ways. First and foremost, accepting the companies' sponsor means that players can spend more time for sports. To put it simply, they may avoid being distracted by finance, which leads to boost their productivity. Second, this pattern brings benefits not only for the companies but also the sports. To be more specific, the companies could gain well-known reputation by advertising the brand through the team sport that they sponsor while the sport may have good financial and positional support.
In conclusion, while people agree that receiving sponsor from companies makes the finance of the sports lie on them, it seems to me that this pattern could boost the players' productivity and bring benefits for both sides.

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Task 1 IELTS Writing ngày 15/08​

The bar chart illustrates results of a survey whose aim was to find out what people liked about life in London a three-year period.

Overall it can clearly be seen that though the variety of shops remained the biggest reason why people liked living in London, the rankings of other reasons changed noticeably over that three years.

As mentioned above, around 45% of London citizens answered that they were satisfied with the amount retailers in year 1 and reached its lowest at just over 40% in the next year. Moreover, chances of employment and the diversity of people and races took turns to be the second and third most popular reason as both of them fluctuated between roughly 35% and 37%. Additionally, historical and art exhibitions increased steadily over the years from just above 20% to around 26% approximately. Interestingly, the data shows that the percentage of people who enjoyed the night life and transportation witnessed to had opposite trends. As nightlife declined from a quarter to 20% in year 2 and continued to rose up to nearly 23% in the following year, transport from 23% in year 1 dropped to a fifth and reached its peak at 25% in year 3.