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IELTS Speaking Part 3 : A famous person

Topic : A famous person

  1. Do you think celebrities deserve to earn so much money?
    I think somehow they do. Some people may think that celebs make money too easily, but we’re just seeing the tip of the iceberg. I believe they have sacrificed quite a lot to be what they are today, and also they’re doing things, bringing values that others can’t. We often get what we deserve, you know, so I don’t think there’s anything unfair about that.
  2. Do many young people (or children) try to imitate film stars (e.g., imitate their lifestyle, clothes, etc)? (If yes, how, why?)
    Most of them do, honestly. Film stars, or celebrities, can also be known as key opinion leaders , which means whatever they do or put on can easily become a trend. So, it’s understandable if the young copy famous people because young people always want to stay up-to-date with the latest trend.
  3. What forms of entertainment are most popular in your country?
    It would probably depend on where you live or what age you are at. But I think the majority of people in my country would choose to watch something, like TV shows or dramas. It’s a great way for the family to get together, sitting behind the TV screen, watching TV and chatting . Besides, on the weekend, Vietnamese people also enjoy going to malls to shop or go to the movie theater.
  4. Do you think men and women have different tastes in entertainment?
    It’s the norm that males usually are more into action or thrilling movies, while females’ top choice is romcom. But I don’t think gender has anything to do with taste in recreation, it is mostly dependent on their personality or simply preference.
  5. Do you think children (or young people) can learn anything from entertainment?
    Yes, all sorts of things. They can learn about foreign customs and languages through movies; they can even learn moral lessons and how to tell right from wrong. However, I think parents should supervise the content their children watch. Without parents’ guidance and observation, children can learn negative things through different channels of entertainment.


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