Tiếng AnhThông Dụng Hằng Ngày

Những nghĩa tiếng Anh liên quan đến từ ” Make up”

Những nghĩa tiếng Anh liên quan đến từ " Make up"
Những nghĩa tiếng Anh liên quan đến từ ” Make up”

1. Bịa ra, bày đặt ra (để trốn tránh các hình phạt)
Ví dụ:
– He made up some excuse about the dog eating his homework (Anh ta đang bịa ra lý con chó nhai mất phần bài tập bao biện cho việc không làm bài tập về nhà để tránh hình phạt)
2. Sáng tác (truyện, thơ…)
Ví dụ:
– They made up a little poem and wrote it in the card.
3. Tạo ra, tạo thành cấu thành nên, tạo thành (kết hợp nhiều thứ thành cái gì đó lớn hơn)
Ví dụ:
– Ten years make up a decade (Mười năm tạo thành một thập kỷ)
4. Chuẩn bị, sắp xếp thứ gì đó
Ví dụ:
– make up a room (dọn dẹp, sắp xếp lại căn phòng cho ngăn nắp
– make up a prescription (kê đơn thuốc)
5. Bù đắp, bổ sung cho hoàn chỉnh, cho đủ
Ví dụ:
– I’m paying £500, and Dave is making up the rest Hóa đơn trên 500$ và tôi trả 500, Dave trả nốt phần còn lại cho đủ
6. Làm lành, giảng hòa (để giải quyết tranh chấp, xung đột)
Ví dụ:
– Why don’t you two forget your differences and make up?
– kiss and make up: They argue a lot, but they always kiss and makeup.
– make up with: Tom still hasn’t made up with Alice.
7. Làm bù
Ví dụ:
– Sorry I’m late; I’ll make up the time this evening (tôi đến muộn nên tôi sẽ làm bù lại vào buổi tối)
8. Tạo ra thứ gì đó khác từ các loại vải ban đầu
Ví dụ:
– You could make up some new curtains from that material (bạn có thể tạo ra vài cái rèm cửa mới từ những vật liệu đó)


Tiếng AnhThông Dụng Hằng Ngày

Vài từ vựng tiếng Anh trong nấu ăn

Từ vựng trong nấu ăn
Từ vựng trong nấu ăn

1) Stuffed: Nhồi
2) In Sauce: Kèm với sốt.
3) Grill: Nướng thịt ( lò hoặc than)
4) Marinated: Ướp
5) Poached : Chần
6) Mashed: Nghiền
7) Baked: Nướng bánh.
8) Pan-fried: Rán chảo.
9) Fried: Rán
10) Pickled: Ngâm muối/giấm cho rau và hoa quả.
11) Smoked: Hun khói.
12) Deep-fried: Rán chảo sâu, thường là xào.
13) In Syrup: Ngâm đường
14) Dressed: Trộn.
15) Steamed: Hấp ( bằng hơi nóng)
16) Cured: Thịt muối.


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Writing IELTS Vietnam 2014

Writing IELTS Vietnam 2014

Task 1: the table below give information of age, income, poverty in the population of 3 states in 2000.
Task 2: The best way for governments to solve the problem of traffic congestion is to provide free public transport in 24 hours per day, and seven days a week. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: Process recycling glass bottles.
Task 2: Many young people change their jobs and careers. What are the reasons for this?
Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

Task 1: Line graph and bar chart combination.
Task 2: Today, children find it difficult to concentrate and pay attention at school. What are the causes and what are the solutions?

Task 1: 2 pie charts
Task 2: International community must act immediately to ensure all nations to reduce their consumption of fossil fuels e.g gas and oil. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: single line graph
Task 2: Some people believe that success in life depends on hard work and determination, while others believe that other factors like money and personal appearance are important. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Task 1: table
Task 2: Children’s education is expensive. In some countries, the government pays some of or all of the costs. Do the advantages outweigh its disadvantages?

Task 1: 2 maps.
Task 2: Living in big cities is bad for people’s health. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: Diagram for apply a job
Task 2: Some argue that all young children should be required to stay with full-time education until they are at least 18 years old. Do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: Bar chart.
Task 2: It is important for all towns and cities to have large public spaces such as squares and parks. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

Task 1: 1 line graph with 3 lines of GDP in education, health & retirement pensions from 2001 to 2051
Task 2: An increasing number of people change their careers and place of residence several times in their lives. Is this a positive or negative development?

Task 1 line graph, transportation of goods in Europe via road, water, pipeline, rail from 1980 to 2015
Task 2: Some people think the main purpose of education is to make individuals useful to society, others say education helps them to achieve personal ambitions. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Task 1: Bar chart of comparing the number of males aged 16 to 26 watch different sports with the percentage of those participating in them.
Task 2: An increasing number of advertisements on TV aim at children. What are the effects of television advertising on children? Should television advertising be controlled?

Task 1: Two bar charts of the type of films: one about the per of each kind released, one about the ticket per of them
Task 2: In some countries, the widespread internet gives people more freedom to study or work at home instead of travelling to office or college. Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

Task 1: Process: Describe a soft cheese production line.
Task 2: Nowadays, as women and men have to work full time, household duties (such as taking care children) should be equally divided. Do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: Comparison in a city map, between 1950 and current
Task 2: Some children can learn more efficiently by watching TV. Therefore, children should watch TV regularly both in school and at home? Do you agree or disagree?.

Task 1: Table
Task 2: Many young people who leave school hold a negative attitude towards learning. Why does this happen? What are the solutions?

Task 1: Bar chart about international aid of 6 developed countries including USA, Japan, Sweden, Netherlands, Germany, UK between 2008 and 2010 to the developing ones
Task 2: Some people believe that if a police force carries guns, this encourages higher level of violence in that society. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?

Task 1: Maps về sự thay đổi của công viên trong 10 năm.
Task 2: An increasing number of people are changing their careers. What are the reasons?
Do you think this is a positive or negative development to society?

Task 1: Bar chart and table combination.
Task 2: Increased world demands for oil and gas have made it necessary to look for these sources of energy in remote, untouched natural places. Do you think the advantages of locating new sources of energy outweigh the disadvantages of damaging such places?

Task 1: Process about sand.
Task 2: Some countries build specialized sports facilities for top athletes to train instead of providing sports facilities that everyone can use. Is this a positive or negative development?

Task 1: A combination of a line graph and a table.
Task 2: Some people say that younger people are not suitable for important positions in governments of countries. Others, however, say that it is a good idea for the younger to take on these positions. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Task 1: Process để tái chế battery
Task 2: Some people think that the government has the duty to ensure its citizens have a healthy diet, while others argue it is the responsibility of each individual. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Task 1: Table about the data of the development of rail way network.
Task 2: Some people think that environmental problems are too big for individuals to solve.
Others believe individuals can also do some things to solve these problems. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

Task 1: Two bar charts that compare Germany, USA, Japan, and China’s worker ratio in Agriculture and Services industries.
Task 2: In many parts of the world, children and teenagers are committing more crimes. Why is this happening? How should they be punished?

Task 1: Table.
Task 2: Some people think that governments should ban dangerous sports, while others think people should have freedom to do any sports or activity. Discuss both views and give your own opinion.

Task 1: Maps about fire escape plan for a student accommodation in a college (2 exits, 7 bedrooms)
Task 2: In some countries, governments are encouraging industries and businesses to move out of the cities and into regional areas. Do you think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?

Task 1: (Bar chart) A European country’s entertainment spending in 1998 and 2008
Task 2: During the 20th century, contact between different parts from the world has developed rapidly thanks to air travel and telecommunication. To what extent do you think that societies benefit from the increased contact and closer relationships with foreigners brought by international tourism and business?

Task 1: Bar chart
Task 2: As major cities in the world are growing today, so do their problems. What are problems for young people who are living in the cities as the result of continued growth?
How problems might be solved?

Task 1: Map about changes of Liverton docks.
Task 2: Governments in developing countries can best improve people’s quality of life by introducing new technology. However, others believe that free education should be offered for all. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Task 1: Table
Task 2: In some countries, the number of people choosing to live by themselves is increasing rapidly in recent years. Why is this the case? Is this a positive or negative development for society?

Task 1: Table about usage charge for water in 5 cities in Australia.
Task 2: Today more and more people are using mobile phones and computers. Thus, people are losing the ability to communicate face to face. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: Process of produce smoked fish.
Task 2: It is not necessary to travel to other places to learn culture of other people. We can just learn much from books, films and the internet. Do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: Maps about the changes of a community centre 10 years ago and now.
Task 2: Some people think that job satisfaction is more important while other people think that a stable job is more important. Discuss both views and give your opinion.

Task 1: Two bar charts. The first comparison of Australia and China’s imports and exports. The second Australian goods imported from China.
Task 2: It is better for people to be unemployed than people to be employed but they do not enjoy. Do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: Bar chart about reasons to go out of the home.
Task 2: Some people believe that a crime is a result of social problems and poverty, others think that crime is a result of bad person’s nature. Discuss and give your opinion.

Task 1: 2 tables about international student ở Canada và the US.
Task 2: In some countries, shopping online is replacing shopping at store. Do you think it is a positive or negative development?

Task 1: 3 lines, the number of attendance in top-level football matches in Italy, England and Germany from 1984 to 2004.
Task 2: Some people think that it is best to live in a vertical city (mean that people work and
living in high buildings) while others think a horizontal city is better. Discuss both view and give your opinion.

Task 1: Table about: waste produced in six countries: Ireland (0.6,*, 3), Japan (44, 50, 52), Korea (* 31, 19), Poland (5, 3, not sure, but decrease number), Portugal (10, 11, 9.9) and USA (141, 190, 215) in 1980, 1990, 2000 (content respectively)
Task 2: Some people think that shops should not be allowed to sell food or drinks that are scientifically proven to be bad for people’s health. Do you agree or disagree?

Task 1: 2 pie charts: marine pollutants in 1997 and 2007
Task 2: Art classes, such as painting and drawing, are as important for children’s development as other subjects, so it should be compulsory in high school. Do you agree or disagree?

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