Từ vựng & bài mẫu Speaking Part 2 đầy đủ mới nhất

Speaking Part 2 là một phần thi đỏi hỏi các thí sinh phải thể hiện được khả năng nói được đoạn dài và dùng từ linh hoạt với ngữ pháp chắc chắn. Dưới đây IPEN ENGLISH sẽ tổng hợp Từ vựng & bài mẫu Speaking Part 2 đầy đủ mới nhất thường gặp để các bạn chuẩn bị tốt cho kì thi sắp tới nhé

15 Đề bao gồm:

1. Describe one of your typical days when you are not working or studying

2. Describe an activity that is good for your health

3. Describe a famous person you would like to meet

4. Describe another language that you would like to learn

5. Describe a time when you received horrible services

6. Describe a change that will improve your local area

7. Describe a person who helps to protect the environment

8. Describe a subject you used to dislike but now have interest in

9. Describe a TV Show that made you laugh a lot

10. Describe A part of your country that you find interesting

11. Describe an important historical event

12. Describe a situation when you didn’t have enough time

13. Describe a good law in your country

14. An important holiday that is celebrated in your country

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Sample answer 1: Describe one of your typical days when you are not working or studying

Chúng ta có đề bài như sau:

Describe one of your typical days when you are not working or studying

You should say:

– How you start your day

– How long have you been following this routine

– Your favourite time & activity of the day

and explain what you do on a typical day of your life.

Tổng hợp bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 2 band 8 hay nhất 1

Chúng ta bắt đầu phân tích và thực hiện từng đoạn như sau nhé:

OPENING (Describe generally that day)

BODY 1: How you start your day

BODY 2: Your favorite time & activity of the day

Conclusion: how long have you been following this routine


Being a sophomore at university, my daily routine would mostly circles around my classes, friends and studies. I spend my days mostly adhering to this routine except for Sundays when I do not have school schedule.

If I don’t have to study, I spend most of my day entertaining and doing what I like. On the contrary to getting up early in the morning at around 6:30, I let my hair down and sleep in until noon and skip my breakfast. On those careless day, I’d like to cook something good for myself. I usually go to the supermarket near my house to buy fresh food and also some snacks for the afternoon. Most of the time, I would splurge on baking ingredients since I’ve always yearn for baking and I can bake all day long.

In the afternoon, I may spend time reading some good detective novels while enjoying my homemade cookies and cakes. My favourite writer is J.K.Rowling. Her novels are really addictive and fascinating that I can rarely take my eyes off any word. Imagine engaging in your own world of imagination and the delicious taste of the cookies. So much peaceful and free, right? I call it a day with a romance or comedy movie or hanging out with my friends before hitting the hay at 10pm.

I have been following this routine for the last 3 years since I finished my heavy highschool schedule and took up cooking and baking. I really enjoy those refreshing and nurturing activities. Sometimes, indulging yourself a little bit isn’t a bad idea, right?

Vocabulary Meaning Example

Circle around: To focus on someone or something: Tập trung vào ai đó hay điều gì đó

E.g: We circled around the block until they were ready to be picked up

Adhere to: To stick firmly to something: Bám chắc vào

E.g: College coaches have to adhere to the rules about recruiting high school students.

Let my hair down = take a rest: Nghỉ ngơi

E.g: Oh let your hair down for once!

Sleep in: To sleep until later in the morning than you usually do: Ngủ nướng

E.g: I usually sleep in on Saturdays.

Splurge on: To spend a lot of money on someone or something: Chi nhiều tiền hơn

E.G: I feel like splurging on a new dress.

Yearn for: To want something very much, especially when it is very difficult to get: Rất muốn cái gì đó, đặc biệt là không có được

E.g: Despite his great commercial success he still yearns for critical approval.

Not take one’s eyes off: To not looking at someone or something: Để không nhìn ai đó, cái gì đó

E.g: He was so handsome – I couldn’t take my eyes off him.

Hang out: To spend a lot of time in a place or with someone: Dành nhiều thời gian

E.g: Who is he hanging out with these days?

Spend time doing sth: Dành thời gian làm gì

I spent an hour at the station waiting for the train. Take up starting a new hobby/habit I take up gym as I feel I have to lose some weight.

 Sample Answer 2: Describe an activity that is good for your health

Describe an activity you do for your health or fitness

You should say:

– what you do

– how often you do it

– where you do it

– and explain how you think this activity helps you stay healthy or fit.

Tổng hợp bài mẫu IELTS Speaking Part 2 band 8 hay nhất 2

Band 8.0+ Sample

Getting fit and trim is everyone’s concern and I am no exception. To be honest, I’ve been so caught up in my work ever since I graduated, so I have little time to exercise, and as a result, I’m not as supple or agile as I used to be and I begin to feel stiff and sluggish first thing in the morning.

So I decided to take a dance class not long ago to try to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Dancing is a great recreational and sporting choice because anyone at any age can take part. It is more demanding that it appears as it involves all the parts of my body. Dancing requires not only balance, strength, and endurance ability, but also cognitive ability: adaptability and concentration to move according to the music and partner, artistry for graceful and fluid motion, and memory for choreography.

Besides, this dance class is the perfect setting to make new friends as I’ve got a chance to meet up with lots of new cool people and be able to branch out socially.

By maintaining a schedule of taking part in the dance class on a daily basis, I feel extremely relaxed and full of energy after the class. It helps me to keep fit and refresh my mind after a long stressful day. And of course, I don’t see myself stopping practicing this activity any time soon.

fit (adj) 

She has gone from being a healthy, fit, and sporty young woman to being a cripple.

/fɪt/ mạnh khoẻ robust
trim (adj)

I was always a trim, well-built guy until I turned forty

/trɪm/ sung sức, tràn trể well-built
to get fit and trim

Getting fit and trim requires time, effort, and self-discipline

trở nên khoẻ mạnh về mặt thể chất to get lean
to be caught up in something

I was too caught up in the movies that I forgot to do my homework

quá bận rộn làm cái gì mà quên đi những thứ khác busy
supple (adj)

These exercises will help to keep you supple.

/ˈsʌpl/ dẻo dai, uyển chuyển flexible
agile (adj)

She’s very agile and light on her feet.

/ˈædʒl/ nhanh nhẹn, hoạt bát athletic
stiff (adj)

I’ve got a stiff neck.

/stɪf/ cứng, căng cứng unflexible
sluggish (adj)

He felt very heavy and sluggish after the meal.

/ˈslʌɡɪʃ/ uể oải, lờ đờ
to  lead a healthy lifestyle

The educational program also encourages donors to lead a healthy lifestyle.

sống một cuộc sống khoẻ mạnh
recreational (adj)

The town and its environs are inviting, with recreational attractions and art museums.

/ˌrekriˈeɪʃənl/ mang tính giải trí, tiêu khiển
endurance ability 

She showed great endurance ability in the face of pain.

/ɪnˈdʊrəns əˈbɪləti/ khả năng chịu đựng, sức bền
cognitive ability

Factors affecting young children’s comprehension of word meaning are cognitive ability, socialized communicative activities, types of mother and input of adult language.

/ˈkɑːɡnətɪv əˈbɪləti/ khả năng nhận thức

This is an important component of the Chinese people’s musical artistry.

/ˈɑːrtɪstri/ khả năng nghệ thuật
branch out 

I’m leaving the company to branch out on my own.

/bræntʃ aʊt/ mở rộng


 Sample Answer 3: đề mới 10/10: Describe an interesting advertisement that you have seen.

You should say:

– where you saw it

– what it was about

– why you think it was an interesting advertisement.

Well, I am going to talk about an advertisement for Fami soymilk, which is one of the most popular brands in Vietnam. I stumbled upon Vinasoy advert past a few days on Facebook when I was scrolling down my newsfeeds board on Facebook.

The advert is a short video that has a man drinking Fami soymilk and trying to beat a mosquito on the stone table. It’s was so much fun because the stone table was broken in two. I think the aim is to target all kinds of customers and link the brand with a relationship like families, friends, love to inspire and close them together.

I think it piqued my interest so much because the plot is used cleverly and humorously enough to associate the contents with the product. The marketers are deliberately trying to influence and attract a large number of customers in every age and give them a message of a higher quality of life.


Stumbled upon: tình cờ

I stumbled upon this fantastic little coffee the other day.

Scrolling down: cuộn xuống ( newsfeed- bảng tin)

The aim is to target: mục tiêu là nhắm tới ( đối tượng khách hàng)

Piqued someone’s interest: kích thích sự thích thú, tò mò

Associate with: gắn kết với, liên kết với


 Sample answer 4: Describe another language that you would like to learn

You should say:

– what the language is

– where it is spoken

– what you think would be difficult

and what would be easy about learning the language and explain why you would like to learn it.


– what it is and how you plan to learn it

– where it is spoken

– how it will help you

and explain why you want to learn this language.

I must say that I’m a language geek, I mean I’ve learned 3 languages so far but there’s this language I’ve always wanted to learn for so long, which is Korean. Like Chinese and Japanese, the Korean language has its own alphabetical system, and uses a variety of characters in its writing, which is totally different from my mother tongue – one of the Latin languages.

And about its speaking, the pronunciation and stresses are way more challenging than our language. Korean has a lot of similar sounds, and only when you pay close attention to them do you realize the minor differences between those sounds. So I guess it’s going to be kind of a big deal when I learn how to speak Korean, cause I really can’t tell the distinction.

The rich Oriental culture of Korea is probably the reason why I am attached to this language so much.

I remember vaguely when I was only 4,5 years old, that was the first time I ever watched a K-drama, and I was hooked right away, after just 1 episode. I started listening to Kpop when I was in middle school, and at this time Korea really drew me in with its addictive melodies and slick choreography in its music. And what’s even more intriguing is the exploding flavors and nutrient-rich food of Korea. I’m a sucker for Korean food, and I actually learned how to cook some Korean traditional food to indulge myself with this outstanding cuisine.

I really wish that someday I could be fluent in Korean, so that I could travel to this beautiful country, talk to its lovely people and enjoy the authentic Korean food.


  • Language geek: người đam mê ngôn ngữ
  • Alphabetical system: hệ thống bảng chữ cái
  • Characters: chữ viết
  • Mother tongue: tiếng mẹ đẻ
  • Challenging: khó khăn
  • Pay close attention: pay close attention to something: để ý kỹ đến giờ
  • Oriental culture: văn hoá phương Đông
  • Attached to (be attached to something: có hứng thú, yêu thích cái gì
  • Vaguely: một cách lờ mờ, rõ ràng
  • Hooked, be hooked: cảm thấy bị hấp dẫn
  • Drew me in : draw sb in: thu hút ai vào cái gì
  • Nutrient-rich: giàu dinh dưỡng
  • Indulgemyselfwith(indulgewith): Đắm chìm vào gì đó

 Sample answer 5: Describe a time when you received horrible services

You should say:

– When it happened

– Where did it happened

– Who you were with

– What happened

I’m a person who is all about food so I’ve tried so many places including restaurants, street vendors, street stalls around Hanoi. But there’s this one particular place that I’ve been to has a controversial reputation for itself but I am a hundred percent sure that this place offered very poor services.

People make a name for it which is “cussing noodles” and here’s why. The cussing noodles eatery is located on a busy street in the central area of Hanoi, where the owner serves spicy pig knuckle with rice noodle everyday. The owner also the chef is a middle-aged lady with a cantankerous demeanour. I remember when I stepped in the to order, I saw the lady yelling at a customer who seemed a bit indecisive about what to order and when she asked for ground pork added to her portion, she immediately got scolded at: “If you like ground pork, go to the market, they’ve lots of it.” Then, she paid the poor customer a disdainful look. Fortunately, when it was my turn to order, I made it all the way through without being yelled at. But the constant yelling and cursing kept going later on.

Although the noodles were actually good and some people might think that rudeness might strangely become this stall’s selling point, I find it extremely hard to tolerate the harsh words of the restaurant owner to enjoy the dish. I have no idea why people accept the abuse only to be able to taste the dish, while they should have demanded proper service.  I believe she has ruined the friendly and cultured image of the Vietnamese capital. I think it’s time to stop encouraging these kinds of behavior.

 Sample answer 6: Describe a change that will improve your local area

You Should say

– What the change is

– How the change works

– What kinds of problems the change

– How you feel about the change

I’m currently living in Hanoi – one of the craziest places in Southeast Asia to roam the streets, whether on some form of transport or on foot.

Traffic has always been a major problem that every Hanoi resident has to face every single day. Especially, during the rush hour, there are long fleets of cars and motorcycles honking crazily, struggling to get out of the narrow streets, especially in the central area of the city.

Besides that, traffic accidents are also another major concern because each year thousands of people lose their lives due to road traffic collisions. In order to solve these two problems, I would suggest that the government, first they can improve the local public transport system. You know what, only 10% of Hanoians take public transport, and the other 90% take their private vehicles.  So it is absolutely reasonable to reduce the amount of private vehicles by improving public transport infrastructure.

For example, they can replace old buses with modern ones to improve the quality of services and they can quickly finish the heavily delayed metro projects to encourage more people to take public transport. On the other hand, I thịnk the government should also raise people’s awareness of traffic law and road safety. People who violate the traffic law should be heavily fined and all children must be taught about traffic law and road safety at school.

Driver education is a key area to look at for a viable and longer-term solution. This will take a couple of generations to change mindsets and get the public to respect and obey the law.

Từ vựng hay:

Roam(v): đi

Fleet (n): hạm đội (chỉ số lượng lớn)

Honk (v): bấm còi

Traffic collision: va chạm giao thông

Private vehicle: phương tiện cá nhân

Infrastructure (n): cơ sở hạ tầng

– Raise people’s awareness of: nâng cao nhận thức của mọi người về cái gì

Fine (v): phạt

Driver education: giáo dục người tham gia giao thông

Viable (adj): bền vững

Mindset (n): tư duy

Sample 7: Describe a subject you used to dislike but now have interest in

You should say:

– What is that subject

– Why did you hate it at first

– What made you have more interest in it

And explain how you felt when you become more interested in the subject that you used to hate


The subject that I’m gonna talk about is literature and I’m sure that not a lot of people are keen on this subject when they are in high school. My gripe with high school literature was that most of the writings in the textbook were written a long time ago, and although they were presented in context, and the teacher did explain why they were popular when they were published, I still found those literary works completely not resonate with me at all.

And I think this is the main reason why I got all fed up with high school literature.

Beside that, as I was becoming an adult I went back and read books assigned (chia động từ) in high school and I was like, “why the did they assign these for teenagers?” because much of the comprehension happens after experiencing life while high school students are too inexperienced to understand all the symbols presented in the works.

But when I got to university and took the first literature course here, I found that I was able to feel more engaged while reading when I started thinking about assigned reading less as “work” and more as stories, characters for me to indulge in. I started to have a lot of interest in reading and writing. I also look for more books to read whenever I have free time.

I realize that reading helps reduce stress and provide comfort. If you are facing problems in your life you can escape reality by reading an interesting novel. Reading can make your imagination run wild and put you in a world of your own.

One more thing is that exposure to published, well-written work has a noted effect on my own writing, as observing the cadence, fluidity, and writing styles of other authors, my writing is influenced invariably.

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