Ielts Speaking Part 3 Indoor Game Topic – Sample Answer in Ielts Speaking Book by Duong Vu: https://www.facebook.com/duong5ting
Đề này vẫn được giữ lại trong Ielts Speaking Forecast Quy 2 2020
- What kinds of game do young people in Vietnam enjoy playing? Indoor or outdoor?
Well, indoor games seem more popular these days. Due to increasing air pollution, urban dwellers tend to avoid going out and spend most of their time in enclosed buildings. It is clear to see why indoor activities are widely preferred in cities. By contrast, in rural areas, local children still enjoy having fun outdoors, like playing hide and seek or kite flying. However, with accelerating rate of urbanization in Vietnam, I doubt they will continue to do so in the future.
- How are indoor games now different from the past? Why?
It seems to me that physical indoor games are disappearing while digital games are on the rise. This is because most adults in Vietnam now are too busy to have fun or spend time playing with their kids. Without parents’ active involvement and supervision, children have no choice other than playing video games on gadgets and having fun on their own.
- Do you think mobile games are good for people? What are ads & disadvantages of playing electronic games? (games on electronic devices)
Well, on the one hand, digital games enable people to sharpen their critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Also, most of these games are designed for playing in teams, making it easier for individuals to acquire teamwork skills. On the other hand, for commercial purpose, electronic games often have multi levels to encourage people to play more and more. As a result, an increasing number of children and adults are now addicted to a sedentary lifestyle, which is severely damaging their physical and mental health. All in all, I believe in the long run digital games do more harm than good.
- Why do people play different kind of games when they grow up?
Well, the most obvious reason is that due to their cognitive development, they no longer find joy and excitement in games they used to play in their childhood. Another significant factor is peer influence that put pressure on children to keep up with the trends. A majority of children start playing different types of games simply because their friends are doing so.