Từ Vựng IELTS Speaking – Topic 11: Shopping

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IELTS Shopping Vocabulary

  • advertising campaign: chiến dịch quảng cáo
  • big brand names: thương hiệu lớn
  • to be careful with money: không chi tiêu quá nhiều
  • carrier bag: túi ( thường là túi nilong)
  • customer service: dịch vụ khách hàng
  • to get into debt: nợ tiền
  • to give someone the hard sell: Bán cho ai đó khó bán
  • high street names: cửa hàng nổi tiếng
  • independent stores: cửa hàng độc lập
  • local shops: cửa hàng địa phương
  • loyalty card: thẻ khách hàng thân thiết
  • must-have product: sản phẩm phải có
  • to be on a tight budget: Ngân sách eo hẹp
  • to be on commission: được hưởng hoa hồng
  • a pay in cash: thanh toán bằng tiền mặt
  • to pay the full price: trả tiền toàn bộ
  • to pick up a bargain: chọn mua một món giá tốt
  • to run up a credit card bill: nợ tiền thẻ tín dụng
  • to shop around: thử các cửa hàng khác nhau để tìm giá tốt
  • shop assistant: nhân viên bán hàng
  • to shop until you drop: mua sắm nhiều
  • to slash prices:để giảm giá 
  • to snap up a bargain: để mua một thứ gì đó nhanh chóng với giá rẻ
  • summer sales: giảm giá mùa hè
  • to try something on: để thử một cái gì đó trên
  • to be value for money: đáng giá tiền
  • window shopping: đến cửa hàng để xem mà không mua sắm gì

Thông qua các ví dụ dưới đây các bạn sẽ hiểu hơn về cách sử dụng các cụm từ trong bài nói của mình nhé.

Part 1-style questions

Examiner: Do you often go shopping for personal items?
Maxine: When I can afford it yes … my college is in the city centre and I do a lot of window shopping … but being a student I’m on a tight budget so I have to be careful with money …

Examiner: Are there many shops where you live?
Jenny: We’ve got a few local shops nearby and a few independent stores but none of the big high street names … I have to go into town for them  …

Examiner: Do you enjoy shopping?
Marco: It depends … I hate it when the sales are on … crowds of people all trying to snap up a bargain … I find it all a bit stressful … I also get annoyed when shop assistants try to give me the hard sell when all I want to do is look around …

Part 2-style task

Describe a time when you bought something for someone. You should say

  • when this was
  • what is was you bought
  • who you bought it for

and say how you felt about buying it for them.

Coleen:  I’d like to tell you about the time … about four years ago … my husband and I bought a computer for our daughter  … she was about to go to university and we’d promised her we would treat her to one … at the time there had been a big advertising campaign for the latest Apple Macbook and our daughter was very keen to have one … she kept telling us they were value for money … even though they seemed very expensive to us … anyway we tried to shop around to see if we could pick up a bargain … this was in the middle of the summer sales and wherever you went prices were being slashed on big brand names … but unfortunately not Apple products … we ended up having to pay the full price … I remember my daughter justifying the cost by pointing out how nice the Apple carrier bag was … but it was lovely to see her so excited and the customer service she’s received during the four years she’s had it has been excellent … so it was value for money after all …

Part 3-style questions

Examiner:  Do you think we will stop using paper money in the future?
Louisa: I think it’s almost certain … at the moment it’s still possible to pay in cash but I’m sure this will change … the problem is people are more likely to get into debt and run up a credit card billwhen this happens.

Examiner: How do companies encourage the consumer to spend their money?
Peter: Well … a recent development in my country is something called ‘Black Friday’ where people are encouraged to shop until they drop and buy the latest must-have products … then there are things like loyalty cards to get the customer back in the store …

Examiner: What do you think shops need to do to create a positive shopping experience?
Tania: The main thing for me is not being pressurised to buy … I appreciate that shop assistants are probably on commission but if I’m looking for clothes for example I like to take my time … to try something on … and to ask for help if I need it …

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