Câu trả lời mẫu Ielts Speaking Part 1 – chủ đề Sky
Do you like to watch the sky?
– I do. The sky has been a special friend of mine since I was a little girl. I always feel safe and calm when looking at it.
When do you like to watch the sky? During the day or at night?
– I tend to gaze at the sky more often at night. A sparkling sky with countless shiny stars always takes my breath away.
How do you feel or what do you think when you look at the sky?
– Watching the sky makes me feel happy, relaxed and truly connected to myself. Whenever I get upset or frustrated about life, I look up at the sky and it immediately puts me at ease.
Are there often clouds in the sky in your country? (Is the sky often overcast?)
Sure, at least where I’m living now. The sky is frequently overcast with clouds. Also, Hanoi is ranked as one of the most polluted cities in Southeast Asia, so we expect more cloudy days than clear sunny days every year.
Is star-gazing popular in your country?
I guess it’s not so common. In urban areas, due to light pollution and air pollution, the night sky is rarely clear enough for us to see the stars. Also, most people are now too busy chasing material things and have no time to appreciate the beauty of nature.
Are there often spectacular sunrises or sunsets in your country/ hometown?
Definitely. In my hometown, we have stunning sunrises and sunsets nearly every day in spring, summer, and a half of autumn and winter. They are so common that I almost take them for granted.
What is the sky like at night in your hometown?
It’s truly amazing, like heaven. I remember when I was a kid, I used to sit on the rooftop for hours gazing at the endless sky with billions of twinkling stars and waiting for a meteor (shooting star). I could see the Milky Way with naked eye and spot several constellations.
Have you ever taken a course about stars?
– Not yet, but I will if such courses are available in my city. We have a space centre and a new observatory in Hanoi but astrology & astronomy are still unfamiliar subjects to most of us.
Is it important to study stars?
Absolutely. It’s crucial to learn more about the stars, the galaxies and the Cosmo in general. Astronomy opens our eyes to new knowledge about the universe and I hope someday it will answer our other questions like “Is there life beyond earth?” or “Are UFOs true or just rumours?”.
What’s your favourite star?
I would say it’s the sun, the closest star to our planet and also the source of energy for life on earth. Without the sun, there would be no life, no beauty and no wonder.
Do you know much about the stars and planets?
Well, just a little. I learned about stars and the universe when I was little so I don’t remember much. However, I’m very fond of reading astrology news about meteors, solar eclipse and so on.
Can you see the moon and stars at night where you live?
Yes, from time to time. The level of air pollution in Hanoi is quite high so the sky is overcast most of the time, except for some clear summer nights.
Is there a good place to look at the sky where you live?
Yes. There is a lake just few steps from my house. I love sitting on its shore and admire a sunrise or gaze at a summer night sky with sparkling stars.
(Copyright by DUONG VU – IDV IELTS)