Tổ chức giáo dục quốc tế 2G - Develop a global mindset


Đề bài ‘Describe something you had to share' - ‘Miêu tả một thứ mà bạn phải chia sẻ với người khác' là dạng để phổ biến và được dự đoán sẽ xuất hiện vào quý 4 (Tháng 10 - Tháng 12) năm 2022. Cùng 2G bóc tách và mổ xẻ Part 2 và Part 3 dạng đề này, với bài mẫu gợi ý, cấu trúc câu tham khảo cùng từ vựng chủ đề để chinh phục dạng bài này nhé.

Part 2 - Describe something you had to share with others

Describe something you had to share with others
You should say:

  • What it was
  • Who you shared it with
  • Why you had to share it with others
  • And explain how you felt about it

Bài mẫu tham khảo : 

Although I have graduated from university, there are still some memorable occasions that I can not forget. One of which was when I was in grade 10. I vividly remember that scorchingly hot summer day, in the afternoon, when we had a Math class. As the exam date nearly came, as well as the knowledge was too hard to absorb, the class ended later than usual and the teacher had to stay longer to make sure our concerns were resolved. Since it was 7pm already, I felt terribly hungry. Since I had a class afterwards, I found a grocery store to buy something to eat. Luckily, I managed to afford bread. On eating the bread, I caught a glance of my friend - who was also hungry and had a class afterwards. However, he could not afford anything to eat as he forgot to bring some money. Because I knew the experience of being hungry was terrible, I decided to share my bread with him. Despite not feeling full enough, I still relished the happiness of sharing. At that time, I learned the lesson of why ‘Sharing is earning more'. The following day, my friend offered me a meal in return. 

Từ vựng gợi ý : 
- memorable occasions : những kỉ niệm đáng nhớ 
- vividly remember : nhớ rõ ràng
- scorchingly hot : nóng kinh khủng 
- absorb knowledge : tiếp thu kiến thức 
- resolve concern : giải quyết thắc mắc  
- terribly hungry : cực kì đói bụng 
- manage to : làm được điều gì 
- grocery store : cửa hàng tạp hoá
- relish the happiness : trải qua niềm vui  

Part 3

Do children like to share?

I think it depends mostly on parental upbringing and guidance. Most children are innately self-centered because they receive undivided attention from parents, which means they are unlikely to share. However, it is parents' education that teaches children how to be more generous towards others and the value of sharing can be instilled in children's mindset if parents teach them properly. 
- parental upbringing : sự nuôi nấng của bố mẹ 
- self-centered : muốn thu hút sự chú ý 
- undivided attention : sự chú ý 
- instill something : tiêm nạp 

How can parents teach their children to share?

As children perceive their parents as role models, parents should therefore set a good example for them to follow. Parents should share something and show children the value of sharing. For example, on giving a free meal to poor people, parents can tell kids that they are actually saving a life.
- role model : hình mẫu lí tưởng
- set a good example : đưa ra ví dụ gương mẫu 

What are the benefits of sharing for children?

Sharing enables children to be more warm-hearted and benevolent towards others because they can reap the happiness of helping someone and they may receive more in return. 

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