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2. Dạng bài Matching headings trong IELTS Reading
Cấu trúc: Thí sinh được cấp các đề mục, thường là các chữ số La Mã viết thường (i, ii, iii, v.v.). Một đề mục sẽ đề cập đến ý chính của mỗi đoạn trong văn bản. Thí sinh cần điền những chữ số La Mã thường vfo phiếu trả lời của mình.
Simplicity reigns at London’s biggest design festival.
(A) The annual nine-day design festival in London, which features over 300 product launches, installations, and exhibitions, is a showcase of mind-boggling variety. Everyone experiences the spectacle differently and gains something different from it, which is in many ways what makes it so beautiful. However, this year’s edition had numerous intriguing themes and trends that pointed to broader societal or cultural concerns.
(B) One was the introduction of two consumer electronics items intended to make our life with technology easier and more beautiful. Both decided to display their goods at Somerset House, a brand-new London Design Festival site. The first was a cell phone made by Jasper Morrison for the Swiss business Punkt that could only be used for calls and texting (well, it has an alarm clock and an address book too). Petter Neby, the founder of Punkt, says consumers should use it on evenings, weekends, and vacations and doesn’t expect it to completely replace their smartphone.
(C) The Bouroullec brothers, an unusual French sibling combination, launched the other electronic device. The Bouroullecs, who confessed they thought most TVs were depressing and unattractive, appear to have been allowed free rein, even though tech corporations like Samsung typically have strict guidelines for their products. Their brand-new television for the popular Korean company resembles furniture more than it does a very big, incredibly thin piece of technology. More crucially, it has a “curtain mode” that transforms your screen into a shimmering pattern during commercials or half-time, as well as easier on-screen interaction. They once more concentrated on reducing digital madness.
(D) Online furniture that could be customized was also quite popular at this year’s fair. But rest assured that bizarre and unstable software and bizarre designs that were uploaded to a 3D printer and then showed up months later appear to be a thing of the past. Perhaps customizing has reached its prime now. Examples include the Scandinavian company Hem, which combines quality design from artists like Luca Nichetto, Form Us With Love, and Sylvain Willenz with reasonable prices. The brand recognized the significance of both physical and online locations that function harmoniously by opening a pop-up store in Covent Garden during the festival.
(E) Tylko, a brand with an online adjustable component, was founded in Warsaw and recently made its debut. Tylko has invested time and money into developing extremely strong and user-friendly software, similar to Hem, but with only three designs—a table, a shelf, and salt and pepper mills—it still has a ways to go. However, its augmented reality software is easy to use, and its table has been designed with a nano-coating option that actually seems to repel nagging stains. Craft and “creating” in all of its manifestations were once again quite popular, none more so than at TENT, the yearly improvement in East London design show.
(F) The enormous space that the Design & Crafts Council of Ireland had taken over, which was populated by weavers and potters demonstrating their craft and displaying their wares, was undoubtedly a highlight. Additionally, Irish Design had a delicious booth at the Rochelle School in East London. A rainbow plate by Nicholas Mosse Pottery that featured rows of animals, flowers, and watering cans and honored the legalization of same-sex marriage in Ireland in May 2015 was one of nine non-cliché “souvenirs” included in the The Souvenir Project.
1. Examples of customization
2. Unusual keepsakes
3. A simple cell phone
4. A strange TV
5. Number of products shown on the festival
6. Three designs of a software
3. Dạng bài Multiple choice trong IELTS Reading
Cấu trúc: Thí sinh phải lựa chọn câu trả lời chính xác nhất từ bốn phương án (A, B, C, D). Thí sinh cần viết hoa chữ cái của câu trả lời họ đã chọn vào phiếu trả lời.
Why does coffee shoot out of the lid of your cup?
Choose the correct letter, A, B, C or D.
- What accident might occur at work in the morning, after you bought coffee?
- You spill it all over the place accidently.
- You get burns from the hot coffee.
- You contaminate your clothes with it.
- Nothing out of ordinary.
- Rob Kaczmarek explains to us that:
- The coffee shoots out very far.
- He sat his experiment as a joke.
- He was really intrigued by spilling the coffee.
- Coffee spils because of the design of the lid.
- The main reason coffee spils is:
- Design of the cup.
- It is not stated.
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