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Mẫu IELTS speaking part 1
Mẫu IELTS Speaking Exam | Food and Nutrition
Examiner: What food do you like to eat?
I am not a fussy eater. As long as you don’t feed me rabbit food I’m easy to please. I love Chinese cuisine and traditional Italian food and I can eat like a horse! My flatmate and I share the cooking chores. Once a week we make a slap-up meal of steak and chips covered in a rich sauce and to satisfy the sweet tooth we finish off with a decadent chocolate pudding.
Examiner: So, do you enjoy cooking?
I prefer eating to cooking. I make good use of ready meals and I am not averse to junk food or the occasional pub lunch. I realize though that it is necessary to include nutritious food as part of a balanced diet, especially organic food when it’s available rather than processed food, which is why I cook several times a week and always try to eat dinner at a reasonable time.
Examiner: What’s your favourite meal of the day?
I’m a breakfast fan. It’s the most important meal of the day, after all! I wake up starving hungry after a good night’s sleep. I like nothing better than a good English breakfast of bacon, eggs, and buttery toast, along with a piping hot cup of coffee.
Mẫu IELTS speaking exam part 2 cue card
Examiner: Tell me about your favourite restaurant
In this question, you should discuss
- the restaurant that you like best,
- why you like it,
- and the occasions when you go there.
Answer: I enjoy fine dining and exotic food. Both are available at my favourite restaurant in the centre of town. On special occasions I take my partner wining and dining. We love the ambience of the candle-lit dinners, and the extensive menu of mouth-watering meals.
The menu includes starters, mains and deserts. Usually by the time we get there I am dying of hunger so we order a starter to calm the hunger pangs. We usually also share a bottle of bubbly. It is after all a celebration. Having finished our starter we take our time, savouring the food.
This is not the type of restaurant where you would ask for a doggy bag, so we waste nothing. We end the evening with a delicious dessert. I do have a sweet tooth, and all the food cooked there is incredible. After finishing the flan and settling the bill, we head off home, satisfied that we have enjoyed a scrumptious meal.
IELTS speaking part 3 questions
Examiner: Do you believe that the 21st Century diet is a healthy one?
Far too many people are overweight and need to eat a balanced diet with proper meals instead of a quick snack multiple times a day. I believe that people should cut down on the sugars and refined carbohydrates in processed food and replace them with leafy vegetables and seasonal fruits. A balanced diet with more food cooked at home would help them to regulate their weight. If we avoid eating processed food and eat organic food wherever possible, everyone’s health can improve.
Examiner: Starvation is a problem in many parts of the world. What do you think should be done about it?
From what I’ve read current global food production can cover the daily consumption needs of the world. We need to find a way to economically transport it to where it is most needed or find alternate food sources. Nobody should starve when there is no shortage of food. It must be possible for everyone to eat a balanced diet – nobody should be dying of hunger in the 21st Century.
Examiner: In homes where both parents work do you think cooking has become just another job at the end of the day?
I know that food preparation can be time-consuming and more challenging if a child is a fussy eater, but if everyone helps with ideas and recipes and everyone takes a turn and lends a hand, cooking can be fun for the family. Even little children can help prepare a quick snack of fruit or healthy veggies with a dip. Home-cooked meals rather than commercially prepared food bought from supermarkets are also often healthier and packed with vitamins. Hopefully, the children will grow up able to prepare a light and quick meal for themselves most evenings rather than just heading for the nearest fast food restaurant.
Mẫu IELTS Speaking Exam: Food vocabulary
A balanced diet – A diet of mostly healthy food that has the right amount of nutrients / Một chế độ ăn uống cân bằng – Một chế độ ăn uống chủ yếu là thực phẩm lành mạnh có đủ lượng chất dinh dưỡng
A bottle of bubbly – Sparkling wine / Rượu vang sủi bọt
A decadent chocolate pudding – Luxurious or self-indulgent chocolate pudding / Bánh pudding sô cô la sang trọng
A doggy bag – The leftovers of a meal in a restaurant taken home / Đồ ăn thừa của bữa ăn trong nhà hàng mang về nhà
A scrumptious meal – A delicious meal / Một bữa ăn hảo hạng
A slap up meal – an expensive or very indulgent ‘treat’ meal / một bữa ăn đắt tiền hoặc rất hấp dẫn
A sweet tooth – An enjoyment of sweet food / Thưởng thức đồ ăn ngọt
An English breakfast – A large cooked breakfast that includes egg and bacon / Bữa sáng kiểu Anh – Bữa sáng nấu chín thịnh soạn bao gồm trứng và thịt xông khói
Calm the hunger pangs – To reduce the discomfort caused by hunger / Giảm cảm giác khó chịu do đói
Candle lit dinner – A romantic dinner by candlelight / Bữa tối lãng mạn bên ánh nến
Covered in a rich sauce – Covered in a creamy gravy / Phủ trong nước sốt đậm đà
Cut down on – To reduce consumption / Để giảm tiêu thụ
Daily consumption – The amount that you eat everyday / Lượng bạn ăn hàng ngày
Dying of hunger – Very hungry / Chết vì đói – Rất đói
Exotic meals – Meals that originate in other countries / Bữa ăn bắt nguồn từ các quốc gia khác
Fine dining – Food catering to expensive tastes in a formal setting / Ẩm thực cao cấp – Thức ăn phục vụ những khẩu vị đắt tiền trong một khung cảnh trang trọng
Food preparation – Preparing food / Chuẩn bị thức ăn
Food production – Producing food / Sản xuất thực phẩm
Fussy eater – Someone dislikes many foods / Ai đó không thích nhiều loại thức ăn
Home cooked meals – Meals cooked at home / Bữa ăn được nấu tại nhà
Homemade food – Food made at home / Đồ ăn tự làm tại nhà
Junk food – Food with little nutritional value / Đồ ăn vặt – Đồ ăn ít giá trị dinh dưỡng
Leafy vegetables – Vegetables such as spinach and cabbage / Các loại rau ăn lá – Các loại rau như rau bina và bắp cải
Mouth-watering meals – Delicious meals / Bữa ăn ngon miệng – Bữa cơm ngon
Nutritious food – Food with many nutrients / Thực phẩm có nhiều chất dinh dưỡng
Quick snack – a small meal that’s easy to eat ‘on the go’. / Bữa ăn nhanh – một bữa ăn nhỏ dễ ăn ‘khi di chuyển’.
Packed with vitamins – Full of vitamins / Đầy đủ các loại vitamin
Piping hot cup of coffee – Very hot coffee / Cà phê rất nóng
Pub lunch – Lunch served in a bar / Bữa trưa được phục vụ trong quán bar
Rabbit food – Salad vegetables / Thức ăn cho thỏ – Rau xà lách
Ready meals – Heat and eat meals / Bữa ăn sẵn – Làm nóng và dùng bữa
Refined carbohydrates – Foods such as white rice, white bread / Thực phẩm như gạo trắng, bánh mì trắng
Savouring the food – Enjoying the food / Thưởng thức món ăn
Scrumptious meal – An exceptionally tasty meal / Bữa ăn hảo hạng – Một bữa ăn ngon đặc biệt
Seasonal fruits – Fruits that grow in season / Trái cây theo mùa
Starving hungry – Extremely hungry / Cực kỳ đói
Wining and dining – Entertainment that includes good food / Giải trí bao gồm đồ ăn ngon
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