Phân tích"Some people say that mobile phones should be banned in public places such as libraries, shops and public transport. Do you agree or disagree?"IELTS WRITING TASK 2

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Bên cạnh Phân tích bài essay về "The number of visitors in the UK" IELTS WRITING TASK 1 (table), IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Phân tích"Some people say that mobile phones should be banned in public places such as libraries, shops and public transport. Do you agree or disagree?"IELTS WRITING TASK 2

I. Đề bài

Some people say that mobile phones should be banned in public places such as libraries, shops and public transport. Do you agree or disagree?

II. Kiến thức liên quan

IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn Từ vựng topic "mobile phone"

III. Phân tích

IELTS TUTOR lưu ý:

  • Dạng opinion essay thì đã rất quen thuộc với các bạn học sinh lớp IELTS ONLINE WRITING 1 KÈM 1 của IELTS TUTOR rồi nhé
  • Dạng opinion essay, nếu theo hướng TOTALLY DISAGREE có thể bố cục bài như sau:
    • Body 1: Nêu lí do thứ 1 vì sao TOTALLY DISAGREE
      • Main idea: handheld devices can greatly improve user experience   >> IELTS  TUTOR  hướng  dẫn  Cách dùng động từ "improve" tiếng anh
        • Supporting idea: when connected to the Internet via WiFi or 3G, these technological gadgets are a cheap source of entertainment on the move, comforting people on tedious journeys or in anxious situations.  
        • Example: a bus journey is less tiring when the rider can enjoy some relaxing music to relieve stress on his phone by using his earphones
    • Body 2: Nêu lí do thứ 2 vì sao TOTALLY DISAGREE
      • Main idea: Mobiles are a real help in many adverse circumstances in public places
        • Supporting idea: In case of emergencies, a road accident, residents will have certain difficulties calling for the ambulance without phones   >> IELTS  TUTOR  hướng  dẫn  Cách dùng cụm "in turn" tiếng anh
        • Example: 

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