Đề thi IELTS tại Việt Nam và bài giải gợi ý
Trong bài này, ArrowEnglish chia sẻ với các bạn 1 đề thi writing thực tế tại Việt Nam và cũng đã xuất hiện ở những nước khác với nội dung tương tự.
Writing task 2 (February 2011-Vietnam)
Some people think women should have an equal role alongside men in both police and military forces. Others, however, argue that women are not suited for such kind of work. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
Task 1: Line graph
Trong kỳ thi IELTS tháng 6.2013 tại Uzbekistan, chủ đề này cũng được lặp lại với dạng câu hỏi “discuss both views”
Writing task 1:
A table describing the medical care in Austria, Sweden and France, including a number of physicians, beds, and hours spent per 1000 people in hospitals.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Many people believe that women should be given an equal role to men in the military forces or police. Others, however, claim that such occupations are not suitable for women. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.
Bài giải gợi ý:
Whether women should be allowed to serve in the military has triggered spirited debate. Some assert that the status quo should be changed and women should be entitled to join the armed forces. Personally, I fundamentally agree with their assertion-for three reasons.
History has shown that women are fully capable of performing well in the military. Historically, there were a host of valiant women soldiers whose achievements really put their male counterparts to shame. One need only look at the classic examples of Joan of Arc and Mulan to see how exceptionally women could perform on the battlefield. In my observation, their determination, courage and dignity, to this day, are still being admired by male soldiers and civilians alike throughout the world.
Moreover, from an enlightened standpoint, female patriots should be granted the right to go to the front line when their motherland is involved in a war. Admittedly, gender inequality was a highly controversial issue in the twentieth century. However, now twelve years into the new millennium, women can learn and teach, work and supervise, vote and voted in most countries just like men. In light of this sweeping progress in gender equality, there is no sense in denying them the right to defend their home country when a war breaks out.
In sum, keeping military services out of bounds of women in the information age is unwarranted. I have been convinced that it is in the best interest of a nation if women are also granted equal rights in this particular arena.