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Describe a time someone gave you money as a gift – IELTS Speaking Part 2+3 Sample answer

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Question: Describe a time someone gave you money as a gift

You should say:

•         When you received money

•         Who the person was

•         Why he/she gave you money And how did you feel about the gift

Model Answer:

Let me tell you about the time my parents gave me some money as a present.

So you know during the Tet holiday, adults often give children red envelopes with paper money inside. Traditionally, these notes are a blessing for a new year of good health, luck and happiness. However, this custom has become something ugly as many children do not understand such gestures and think of these gifts as nothing more than some extra pocket money. I was no exception.

For years, my parents have always been the most generous people when it comes to the amount of money I received in these red envelopes. Sometimes they gave me a million VND, which was like a fortune to a kid at the time. However, about five to six years ago, when I received a two-dollar note, which was about 40 thousand VND, from my parent’s envelope, I was super disappointed. No further explanations were given for the loss of the lion share of my “income” during Tet that year.

Once I have to start giving out money, I begin to understand what my parents were trying to teach me. Kids need to realize that lucky money is only meant for good luck. I hated to see that the first thing many kids do after receiving my envelopes is to immediately check how much they “earn”. My future kids, therefore, should not expect a thick envelope from me during Tet.

Từ vựng

1.       Pocket money: tiền tiêu vặt

2.       The lion share of something: phần lớn nhất và tuyệt với nhất của một thứ

IELTS Speaking Part 3 questions:

Do you think money management skills are important?

Gợi ý: tránh gặp vấn đề tài chính, tiết kiệm tiền (save money), kiểm soát tiền bạc (manage money)

Absolutely. Knowing how to manage money properly is an essential life skill, you know. It helps us avoid getting into financial issues in the future. For example, many people cannot stop themselves from purchasing unnecessary items, you know. A person who have great money management skills, on the other hand, will save up some money in case of emergencies.

Do you think cash will be replaced by credit cards in the future?

Gợi ý: Có: → credit card tiện lợi hơn, rất nhiều quốc ra hiện nay không dùng tiền mặt Không: → giáo dục hành vi người dân (educate people’s behavior) rất khó mà mất thời gian, ví dụ người Việt Nam vẫn quen với việc dùng tiền mặt hơn là dùng thẻ và trong nhiều trường hợp sử dụng tiền mặt sẽ tiện hơn.

I believe payment by cash will be a thing of the past. Most developed nations have managed to establish cashless societies where credit cards or mobile payments are more commonly used than cash. Cashless payment needs a boost in Vietnam since most Vietnamese people are still used to carrying a lot of money at all times.

Từ vựng

  1. Life skill: kỹ năng sống
  2. Financial issues: vấn đề tài chính
  3. Save up (money): tiết kiệm tiền
  4. A thing of the past: lỗi thời, hết thời
  5. Cashless society: xã hội không dùng tiền mặt

Estimated Overall Band Score: 8.0

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