TỪ VỰNG TOPIC SPORTS IELTS

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Bên cạnh nắm thật vững về các từ vựng thường gặp trong Topic Sports IELTS WRITING TASK 2, IELTS TUTOR hướng dẫn các em cách bắt đầu một ngày mới thật hiệu quả, các em nhớ tham khảo thêm bài viết đã đạt 7.0 IELTS WRITING topic sports của học sinh IELTS TUTOR lớp IELTS ONLINE đã đi thi ngày 22/8/2020 nhé!

1. Từ vựng Topic Sports

  • an athletics meeting: sự kiện thể thao
  • a football fan: một fan hâm mộ bóng đá
  • a fitness programme: chương trình thể dục
  • a football match: trận đấu bóng đá
  • a football season: mùa bóng đá
  • a personal trainer: huấn luyện viên cá nhân
  • a strong swimmer: kình ngư
  • being out of condition: mất dáng, không cân đối
  • sports facilities: thiết bị thể thao
  • strenuous exercise: luyện tập thể thao
  • to get into shape: có dáng/thân hình chuẩn
  • to keep fit: giữ dáng chuẩn
  • to go jogging: đi bộ thể dục
  • expand  your social circle 

Các môn thể thao:

  • Athletics: điền kinh
  • Skydiving: nhảy dù
  • Billards: môn bi da
  • Jogging
  • Mountain climbing
  • Backstroke: bơi ngửa
  • Breaststroke: bơi ếch
  • Dog-paddle: bơi chó
  • Butterfly: bơi bướm
  • Hiking
  • Skiing
  • Elimination series: vòng đấu loại 
  • Cheerleader
  • Snorkelling = scuba-diving
  • Kicking shuttlecock: đá cầu
  • Trophy: cúp
  • Gymnasium: phòng tập thể dụng

2. Từ vựng topic Walking

Học kĩ từ vựng topic Walk mà IELTS TUTOR đã hướng dẫn

3. Từ vựng topic Cycling

IELTS TUTOR tổng hợp từ vựng topic Cycling

4. Từ vựng topic Football

Từ vựng topic Football mà IELTS TUTOR tổng hợp

5. Ideas Topic Sports

  • Boost competitiveness / self-confidence among students 
  • Sth stimulates motivation / healthy competition
  • Sth leads to negative feelings of low self-image / self esteem
  • Motivate sb to do sth 
  • Reach their full potential 
  • Succeed in achieving sth = obtain success
  • Feel a sense of accomplishment
  • Promote team spirit
  • Be laughed at and suffer from embarrassment = feel stressed about sth 
  • Be full of determination = be determined 
  • Fierce competition = tougher competition
  • Footballers do not deserve the exorbitant amounts they are paid 
  • Be under incredible pressure to do sth 
  • Financial rewards
  • Improve an athlete’s performance 
  • Physical education: môn thể dục 
  • Be an essential part of the school curriculum
  • Learn self-discipline 
  • Build self-respect
  • Maintain a healthy body in a healthy mind = achieve and maintain good health = experience good physical and mental health
  • The true meaning of sport is clearly lost 
  • Play team sports 
  • Participate in individual sports = play an individual sport
  • Both types of sports can provide a range of benefits 
  • Team sports, such as football and basketball, provide a number of benefits to those who play
  • Team sports give players the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills, like teamwork and communication skills
  • Help people in their day-to-day social interactions 
  • Benefit them in their workplace 
  • Offer players the chance to develop a sense of unity, friendship, and sportsmanship between teammates
  • Add value to people’s lives 
  • Make them feel a part of something
  • enhance their personal skill
  • Manage emotions, cope with stress and build confidence and self-esteem
  • Have no one else to reply on for support during the game or match
  • Develop a strong mindset
  • Deal with and overcome any setbacks they may face 
  • Provide better opportunities for people to challenge themselves by setting goals and achieving personal bests 
  • Occasionally, I play basketball with my classmates / roommates on the basketball court 
  • I find sport beneficial in a variety of ways >> IELTS TUTOR khuyên các bạn học sinh lớp IELTS ONLINE 1 KÈM 1 của IELTS TUTOR nên đọc và học thật kĩ các cụm này vì sẽ được dùng rất rất nhiều 
    • Relax myself / release my pressure / release study burdens / ease tiredness
    • Keep fit / keep in good shape / lose weight / build my body
    • Strengthen teamwork spirit and improve co-operation skills
    • Socialise / interact with my peers 
    • Learn the concept of winning and losing 
    • Maintain a sense of competition 
  • when it comes to sport, a higher number of games played by men are broadcast, compared to that of women.
  • sports media have been dominated by sportsmen, leaving sportswomen with very little attention.
  • TV should present an equitable amount of showtime for women’s and men’s sports
  • A growing number of people having more interest in men’s sporting events
  • The major factor leading television producers to prioritise men’s sport is the audience watching male athletes competing considerably outnumbers people watching shows of their female counterparts. 
  • More viewers mean more profits, advertising contracts and sponsorship investments for the TV channels broadcasting the shows.
  • the reasons behind male’s dominance in sports shows are the sexist views ingrained in some people’s mentality and the fact that men’s shows might be more appealing.
  • My firm conviction is that ensuring equal showing time is essential, for it can inspire those who wish to pursue sport-related careers and improve the lives of female sportswomen.
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  • The main reasons for this lie in the prejudice against women doing sports, and the fact that men’s sports shows are generally more interesting than women’s
  • the root cause for less coverage on women’s sports lies on the fact that female athletes are barely acknowledged and have been stigmatised because of their sex and household duties. 
  • their participation in sports is not welcomed in some countries or is even devalued on media reports.
  • People who support the idea of equal coverage of male and female athletes on TV think that this would empower the women’s role in sport and discourage gender discrimination. 
  • if the media gave more exposure to female sporting events, it would arouse public attention to women’s sports, thereby decreasing the gap between women’s and men’s sports
  • such negligence is intolerable in today’s egalitarian society, and therefore equal showing time for both sexes should be considered. 
  • The percentage of women’s participation in sports has been rising on an unprecedented scale in recent years, so they obviously deserve more public endorsement. 
  • Achievements of female sports figures shown on TV can encourage those with potential to embark on their sporting career. 
  • more showing time may attract additional investments from sponsors, which in turn may positively affect wage rates of sportswomen. 
  • Men have long been every well paid in the sports industry, and now I believe it is high time women were paid the same.
  • the performance of women in athletic competition is considered as less important and less exciting by women themselves, let alone men.
  • As men’s sports shows are generally more well-received than women’s, the channels have to satisfy the market by showing more of such programmes to generate more revenue. 
  • This dominance of men’s sports over their counterparts in TV shows demand stems from the differences in male and female preferences, which is males are often into sports while females are not.
  • TV networks have been prioritizing men's sport programmes over those of women
  • Female athletes have to train hard and even suffer from injuries when playing sport.
  • It is not fair when only man’s contributions to sport are perceived (through their TV shows).
  • Men are physically stronger than women, so they are more suitable for playing sports that require physical strength like football and tennis.
  • there is a greater number of man’s sport shows than women’s sport shows.
  • Physical strength can be improved by workouts and muscle training.
  • Women can play sports that require physical strength as well as men.
  • Giving equal time for man’s sport show and women’s sport show can promote gender equality.
  • TV and the mass media are simply driven by what their audience wants, so the situation will look rosy provided that we give women’s sport a stronger preference and an acknowledgement.
  • women not being given enough coverage
  • the deep-rooted notion that women should not engage in activities deemed ‘aggressive’ or ‘violent’, as can be seen from many popular sports today. 
  • Images of female sports players competing against one another, several of which involve strong physical activities, are still considered unorthodox to many people, thereby rendering female sport shows relegated
  • Big sport events attract a large number of audiences all over the world, so TV networks can earn a huge profit through broadcasting ads in these events.
  • Men’s football match attracted millions of people both from different parts of Vietnam and other neighbouring countries while the figure for women’s match was significantly lower.
  • men are innately stronger, more competitive and more aggressive, which makes their shows seemingly more sensational and dramatic.
  • people generally prefer watching men doing sports to women, and the television industry can generate more profits from matches and contests played by men.
  • while increasing the showtime of women’ sports seems to be a too simple option, it is better to raise the public awareness about female sports to end gender discrimination.
  • TV coverage should not be biased towards men’s sport and that female athletes should be given equal opportunities. 
  • If men’s sports programmes continue to receive significantly more coverage than the programmes of their opposite sex, it might increase gender inequality, which is one of the most serious issues in many parts of the world today.
  • Another thing is that there has been a dramatic increase in the number of people who have interest in women’s sport in recent years, and hence, telev