Smile là một topic xuất hiện rất nhiều trong bài thi IELTS Speaking Part 1. Hãy cùng tham khảo các câu trả lời mẫu và từ vựng thú vị dưới đây nha.


1. Do you often smile?

It’s funny to think about it, but I actually smile pretty often. I’m a pretty optimistic person. I like looking on the bright side of things. So, that means I usually have a ' smile on my face, especially when I’m talking to friends and family. It’s always best to crack a smile even when you’re not in a good mood

2. Do you smile when people take pictures of you?

Yes, I definitely smile if I’m getting my picture taken. It’s always good to look happy in a photo. It makes you look better. To be honest, nobody wants to look horrible in old photos and see someone who looks so unpleasant or dead inside. So I make^ a habit of smiling for anything, including camera-ready

3. When do people give fake smiles?

I think people often fake a smile when they try to hide what they are feeling inside, especially when they are trying to console someone or sugarcoat something. It’s hard to tell whether fake smiles are good or bad, but at least they give comfort to other people, who are probably in need of some understanding or appreciation.

4. When do people smile to others?

I guess people smile at others when they’re eager and happy to see them. For example, if you have a good friend that you haven’t met for ages, you would probably smile when you finally see them. People also smile when they greet other people, whether they’re close or not. Smiling, in my country, is pretty much a common courtesy.

Từ vựng cần chú ý:

Cụm từ crack a smile: khi bạn sử dụng cụm từ này trong bài thi, hãy nhớ rằng đây là hành động cười nhẹ, cười mà trong lòng bạn thực sự không hề vui nhé.

Smile vs laugh: smile là cười mỉm, còn laugh là cười lớn ra tiếng. Trong trường hợp bạn muốn thể hiện hành động cười nhẹ ra tiếng, hãy dùng động từ chuckle.

Smirk: trong câu mở bài, mình có dùng động từ smirk. Từ này mang nghĩa cười thầm, đúng hơn là cười đểu đó. Mọi người cũng có thể tận dụng động từ này nếu bản thân mình có tý tính “cà khịa” ha

Optimistic(adj): lạc quan

Crack a smile: nở một nụ cười nhẹ

Be in a good mood: tâm trạng tốt

Dead insde: vô hồn

Camera-ready: sẵn sàng để lên hình hoặc chụp ảnh

Fake a smile: giả vờ cười

Sugarcoat: nói giảm nói tránh một sự việc nào đó

In need of sth: rất cần điều gì

Greet(v): tiếp đón, gặp mặt lần đầu

Common courtesy: phép xã giao chung

Bên cạnh topic Smile, các bạn tham khảo thêm:

Tổng hợp bài mẫu Speaking Part 1 hay nhất

IELTS Speaking band 8 topic Music

Xem thêm một số câu trả lời mẫu khác, nguồn tổng hợp:

1. Do you like to smile in photos?

With the exception of government issued ID, I prefer to smile in photos. Scientifically, I’ve heard that smiling offers a mood boost. Also, I want to look as beautiful as I can so I can have a positive memory of myself, and you know that a smile is better to look at than a frown. A perfect picture is hard to come by, but at least a friendly face can make it a little bit better

2. Do you like to smile?

Definitely! I always wear a smile everyday because I want to look pleasant and amicable to my colleagues and to people whom I randomly meet. Also, this is my way of assuring myself that life has to continue no matter what difficulties or battles I have inside. Wearing a smile is the key to a stress-free life.

3. When was the last time you saw a lot of people smiling?

Well, just a couple of months ago when I threw a birthday party at home. I invited all of my relatives and my friends who are near and dear to me. We didn’t only smile but also laughed a lot. It was just so endearing seeing a lot of people who are close to my heart giving their best smiles during the celebration of my natal day.

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