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Part 1: Are you student or working? Do you like your job?

Do you
work better in the morning or in the afternoon? When does it rain in
your country? Do you think the weather has changed in your
country? What do you feel when it's raining? Part2: Describe your
hometown's product (food, handicraft...). What is it? Who often use
it? Where can you buy it? Why is it popular? Part3: talk about your
country' food products. Do you think it's important to grow some
kinds of plant in certain area? Does your country produce enough
food or import food?
SECTION 3:
Is it important to grow some kinds of plant in certain area?
Pros
- Suitable weather climate
- High demand from citizens
- Lower price
- Typically local food
- Create jobs for local people
Does your country produce enough food or import food?
In the past
- Growing population
- Lack of diverse food
- Natural disasters or crop failures
- War periods
In the modern life
- High technology
- Stable economy
30/06/2014- Timing: 20 Task 1: 1. Do you work or are you studying?
2. How often do you work? 3. You work better in the morning or
afternoon? 4. Are you always on time? 5. Do you think that's
important to be on time? 6. What do people think when they have to
wait for the others? 7.Do you like music? 8. What kind of music you
like most? 9. Have any kind of music you don't like?
Task 2: Describe once time you save money? What did you do to
save money? How long you do this? How do you feel after that?
- When?
- How much did you save?
- Save for what purpose?
- Was it good to save it?
- What could you learn from it?
- How did you feel after that?
New words
- Spend money on something
- Allocate money for something
- Feel grateful to somebody
- Save for rainy days
- Draw a lesson
- Be economical on something
- Avoid unwanted financial crisis in the future
- Teach people the way to save......................
- Squander money on something
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Task 3: 1. what things make people in your country save money
for? 2. students usually save money for? 3. do you think men or
women are people save money better? 4. what make men spend
money easily? 5. Do you think advertisements on the Internet have
effect on the way people spend money?

SPEAKING CA SCARLETT V TRANG- CHC C NH
SPEAKING MORE OFTEN:)
Em gi c thi Speaking chiu nay . Test date: 24/0602014
Speaking part 1: 1. Do you work or are you a student? Why did you
choose that university? What do you think about your university?
Have you changed after studying in your university? 2. What is
your favorite food? How often do you eat them? Do you know
cooking? Speaking part 2: Describe a family celebration: - When
this celebration happened? - Who were in that celebration? - What
happened? -> Why you are interested in it? Speaking part 3: 1.
What do you think about family celebration? 2. Some peple think
that youngsters don't like family celebration, do you agree? 3. Are
you interested in national celebration or family celebration? 4.
Should we have more national celebration?
A. Speaking task 1: 1. What does your work involve? 2. Are you
always on time? 3. What do you think about punctual culture
in Vietnam? 4. Do you think that's important to be on time? 5.
What do people think when they have to wait for the others?

B. Speaking task 2: Describe an experience when you were
childhood, you should say: When this experience happened?
What the experience was? Who did help you? C. Speaking
task 3: 1. Should youngsters be close to the old? 2. Do you
think it is important when old people and youngsters learn
from each other? 3. What are the differences between western
culture and oriental culture about relationship between old
and young generation?
OMEGA 3
Sport champions are claimed to be urged by fame and money in
the modern life. Some people think that this trend is positive
while others believe that this attitude negatively affects the
meaning of sports and the understanding of young generation.
My essay will shed light on both good and bad sides of this
trend.
On one hand, no sooner do people find sports as profit and
fame-making than they are more motivated to enter sports.
Because of seeing sports as low-paid jobs in the past, hardly did
people take part in this field despite their great potential.
However, with more awards presented, they find this area more
attractive and competition is fierce, which promises more talents
and outstanding performances. In addition, it is humans basic
instinct to desire for reputation and money. Whether people
work in sports or education, they expect their contributions to be
acknowledged and appreciated by others. It would be unfair to
deprive sportsmen of this privilege. Furthermore, with regard to
sacrifices that sportsmen have made to reach the zenith of
success, they deserve fame and money. Social reports have
shown that a successful sportsperson has to undergo hours of
training from the early age, give up on their learning at school,
other leisure activities, have no time for relationship and retire in
their thirties while other careers offer long-time devotion up to
seventy years.
Nevertheless, drawbacks are seen. With people being obsessed
with money and reputation, it is less likely for spectators to
enjoy the most spontaneous and excellent shows by
sportspersons. Moreover, people may turn to sports as a result
of money only, not true passion. That, again, undermines sports
themselves. Sadly enough, there have been sportsmen crossing
the line of sportsmanship to win by all means. They have used
doping to achieve awards, like the case of Lance Armstrong.
Spectators are supposed to witness matches in which players
attacked their competitors secretly to score their goal. Being
imbued with such images of sports, the young generation are
less willing to participate in this field and even continue
committing illegal acts to obtain social recognition. It is time that
the emphasis on money and reputation should be balanced
along with fairness, ability and interest of spectators.