Trong bài thi IELTS Speaking Part 2, bạn sẽ được hỏi tương đối nhiều thắc mắc liên quan về Chủ đề Ẩm Thực (Food) như Talking about your favorite food, your favorite restaurant,v.v. Trong bài viết này, Tuhocielts sẽ ra mắt về những từ vựng liên quan đến chủ đề này, đi kèm những bài mẫu để bạn chuẩn bị tốt hơn cho bài thi của mình.
Cấu trúc & Từ vựng áp dụng chủ đề Talk about your favorite food
Cấu trúc câu với Talk about your favorite food
- I’m a big fan of …………….cuisine
- I’m a food lover so it’s very hard to pick one favorite. But if I have to choose, It’d be………
- If I have to choose my ultimate favorite food, It’d be…………
- Basically, it is made from ………………
- Quite simple, it is made from…………..
- The recipe of……..includes………….
- It’s my favorite food because………….
Từ vựng chủ đề Talk about your favorite food
- Fussy/ Picky eater: Người kén ăn;
- Home-cooked food: Thức ăn nhà làm;
- In a walking distance of: Đi bộ tầm….;
- Japanese/Vietnamese/Mexican/Korean cuisine: Ẩm thực Nhật/Việt Nam/Mexico/Hàn Quốc;
- Mouth-watering: Ngon, “thèm chảy nước miếng”;
- Nutritious products: Thức ăn nhiều chất dinh dưỡng;
- Processed food: Thức ăn đã được xử lý;
- Quick snack: Ăn vặt;
- Ready meal: Thức ăn nấu sẵn;
- Starving hungry: Đói muốn chết;
- Take-away: Bữa ăn mang đi;
- The main meal: Bữa ăn chính;
- To be dying of hunger: Đói muốn chết;
- To be full-up: Ăn no;
- To bolt something down: Ăn dồn;
- To eat a balanced diet: Ăn một bữa ăn cân bằng về diet;
- To eat like a horse: Ăn rất nhiều, ăn như ngựa.
- Dine in: Ăn tại nhà;
- Dine out: Ra ngoài ăn;
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Tên món ăn bằng tiếng Anh tại Việt Nam (Vietnamese Food)
- Bánh cuốn: Steamed rolled pancakes;
- Bánh xèo: Pancake;
- Bánh bao: Steamed wheat flour cake;
- Bún thịt nướng: Charcoal grilled pork on skewers with noodles;
- Phở bò: Rice noodle soup with beef;
- Phở bò viên: Noodle soup with meatballs;
- Phở cuốn: Steamed “Pho” paper rolls;
- Phở chín, nạm, gầu, gân, lá lách: Noodle soup with brisket, flank, tendon, fatty, and crunchy flank;
- Phở gà: Noodle soup with sliced – chicken;
- Mì Quảng: Quang noodles;
- Bún cua: Crab rice noodles;
- Bún chả: Kebab rice noodles;
- Bún ốc: Snail rice noodles;
- Bún bò Huế: Hue style beef noodles;
- Miến gà : Soya noodles with chicken.
Bài loại chủ đề Talk about your favorite food
Đề bài Talk about your favorite food
Talk about your favorite food; hoặc What is your Favorite Food?. You should say:
- What the food is;
- What it is made of;
- Why you like it.
=> And explain why it is your favorite food.
Bài loại Talk about your favorite food
Well, I’m a food lover so this question is extremely difficult, I cannot pick just one! But if I have to, I’d say Bánh Cuốn or steamed rolled pancakes is my favorite food that I would like to talk about today.
Bánh Cuốn is a popular option for diners in Viet Nam. As the matter of fact, among the well-known offerings of Saigon street food, Bánh Cuốn is consistently ranked a top choice. I believe this dish originates from the Northern region of Vietnam, the exact date and time it was first made are unknown but it seems hard to deny that Bánh Cuốn has been made for years.
Basically, Bánh Cuốn looks like a soft spring roll filled with meat. However, the recipe is much more complicated than that. You start with a steamed rice roll cooked on a pot which is covered by a thin fabric. Until the rice roll is very thin, it will then be scrapped off the pot with a bamboo stick. After that, the roll is filled with a mixture of pork, wood ear mushrooms, onions, and fish sauce.
This is my favorite dish among thousands of amazing food in Vietnamese cuisine because it is perfectly enough. From the smell to the taste, everything is just enough to make your mouth watering . This is my favorite breakfast and maybe even dinner for many Vietnamese. It is a quick and delicious day starter.
I’m going to talk about tuna salad, which is one of my favourite foods. Actually, I love all kinds of salad, but if I had to choose one to talk about, I would choose this one.
There are various recipes for tuna salad. For example, some people who love avocado would put it into their salad, while some would eat their salad with chickpeas. I like it my way, so I’m going to tell you how I make my salad.
First, we need some lettuce, red tomatoes, red onions and cucumbers. Then, we need to cut them into tiny pieces and put them in a bowl. Then, pour in some olive oil and some vinegar, and add some seasoning. After that, mix them together and let the mixture stand for about 15 minutes while we prepare the tuna.
For the tuna, I always have some canned tuna in my fridge. What I do is that I add the fish to the mixing bowl I prepared earlier. Then, I mix them altogether. I usually add three tablespoons of mayonnaise and two tablespoons of chopped almonds because they provide me with more protein.
It’s very simple to prepare a classic tuna salad, but it tastes so good. And it’s very healthy because of the veggies you add to your salad. I often have it for breakfast because I don’t have much time to prepare a big meal in the morning. Sometimes, I eat it as a sandwich for lunch.
So, tuna salad is one of my favourite foods.
I love food, so it is hard to think of just one favourite sort of food! However, if I had to choose, I can think of something that I like to have as a special treat from time to time. I’m going to tell you what the food item is, how it is made, why I like it so much and explain to you what makes it my favourite food and maybe even convince you that you would like it just as much as well – if you haven’t already discovered it for yourself.
The food is quite simple. I’ve always thought of it as a Greek speciality, although others tell me it actually originates from Egypt. Can you guess what it is? Houmous. I love it. The food is spelt differently in American English – they call it hummus and in British English, we spell it with an ‘o’ and a ‘u’ as opposed to just the ‘u’ but the recipe is the same in either case.
Basically, it is made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic. It is popular throughout the Middle East (including Turkey), North Africa (including Morocco), and in Middle Eastern cuisine around the globe, but it is also extremely popular with me, although I’m very particular about the sort I buy. I live near a wonderful delicatessen, it is run by a friendly couple, he is Italian and she is vintage Yorkshire. They make their own houmous with only the finest quality virgin olive oil and huge quantities of the best fresh garlic they can get hold of. It’s pretty expensive, but I love it, and it’s better than my own attempts for some reason, I don’t know why it shouldn’t be so hard to make.
Why do I like it? I think it is partly the texture, and partly the taste, I love garlic. Also, because I’m vegetarian it is a very healthy food, with lots of protein and quality fats that are good for you. Of course, you can have too much of a good thing, but I think it’s well worth it.
It is my favourite food not only because it is absolutely delicious, but also because you can share it with other people. It is best eaten as a dip, with friends. I cut up lots of carrots, cucumber and celery into crudités carefully sliced to make a colourful dish, perhaps with some slices of warm pitta bread too. A nice bottle of white wine helps. We can then all sit together enjoying the fresh humous dip, sipping our glasses of wine and laughing and talking to put the world to rights. It is a great way to enjoy a fabulous food item.
Các từ vựng, cấu trúc câu và gợi ý bài loại cho nghi vấn Talk about your favorite food tại trên là nguồn từ vựng vô cùng hữu ích giúp bạn dưới quá trình luyện tập chuẩn bị cho kỳ thi IELTS. Tuy nhiên, có bao nhiêu nguồn tham khảo đi chăng nữa thì bạn cần phải chịu bỏ ra thời gian và công sức rất nhiều để đạt được band điểm IELTS như mong đợi nhé.