1. Từ vựng IELTS Writing Task 2 topic Society 

Sustainable development: sự phát triển bền vững

The escalation of social problems: sự leo thang của các vấn đề xã hội

To hit/ hang out at the mall: Dạo chơi ở khu mua sắm

High-street names: các cửa hàng nổi tiếng

Must-have product: sản phẩm hot, ai cũng mua/ có

To be on tight budget: còn ít tiền

Customer services: dịch vụ khách hàng

Window shopping: nhìn ngắm hàng hóa, quần áo nhưng không có ý định mua

Social net-working sites: Các trang mạng xã hội

Social services: Các dịch vụ xã hội/ Cơ quan dịch vụ xã hội

Accelerate /æk'seləreit/ v. thúc đẩy, đẩy nhanh

Advise /əd'vaiz/ v. khuyên bảo, bảo, thông báo

Ambitious /æm'biʃəs/ adj. khát vọng, tham vọng

Appoint /ə'pɔint/ v. bổ nhiệm, tín nhiệm, chỉ định, ấn định

Argue /'ɑ:gju:/ v. tranh luận, bàn cãi, tranh cãi

Attract /ə'trækt/ v. thu hút, hấp dẫn, lôi cuốn

Challenge /'tʃælindʤ/ n. v. thách, thách thức, thử thách

Contribute /kən'tribju:t/ v. góp, đóng góp, góp phần

Co-operate /kau-'ɔpəreit/ v. hợp tác, chung sức

Donation /dou'neiʃn/ n. khoản cho/ tặng, vật tặng

Efficient /i'fiʃənt/ adj. hiệu quả, có năng suất, có khả năng, có năng lực

Formal /'fɔ:məl/ adj. theo nghi thức, hình thức, chính thức

Frighten /'fraitn/ v. làm hoảng sợ, làm sợ

Gratitude /'grætitju:d/ n. lòng biết ơn, sự biết ơn

Integration /,inti'grei∫n/ n. sự hợp nhất, sự hội nhập

Intervention /,intə'venʃn/ n. sự can thiệp, sự xen ngang

Interrupt /,intə'rʌpt/ v. gián đoạn

Promote /prə'mout] v. quảng bá, đẩy mạnh, thăng tiến

Society /sə'saiəti/ n. xã hội, sự giao thiệp, đoàn thể

Volunteer /,vɔlən'tiə/ n. quân/ người tình nguyện/ xung phong

2. Bài mẫu IELTS Writing Task 2 topic Society  

People have historically attempted to achieve a perfect society. However, it is difficult to decide what a perfect society would be like. What would be the most important element of an ideal society? What can normal people do to make society more perfect?

In order to improve our society, it is best for this issue to get the attention of both the government and the citizens. The key to this, in my opinion, is to increase tolerance for difference, and that everyone can take steps to test their beliefs so as not to pass on ingrained prejudices to the next generation.

The most important changes in society over the past centuries concern the advancement of tolerance of different types of people. The original Pilgrims left England to establish new colonies in order to have the freedom of religion to worship as they wished. Racism and slavery in the 19th century were a direct result of treating a group of people as separate. The most recent example is the movement to accept more gender categories. All these have made society more perfect and their evolution spreading throughout the world will allow the greatest number of people to enjoy the full range of freedom and opportunity.

To achieve a more open society as mentioned above, individuals can closely evaluate their beliefs and try to impart more tolerant values ​​to the younger generation. A good example of this can be seen in the acceptance of same-sex marriage by many people over the past decade. In the 20th century, supporting same-sex marriage was political suicide. However, people began to question the reason for denying this basic human right. Now most schools and parents teach their children about alternative lifestyles and seeing LGBT couples in popular culture has become much more common. This is a step towards a utopian, inclusive and prejudice-free society.

In short, the movement to accept more diverse elements of society is already underway. With unremitting efforts, in the future a generally positive attitude towards all people in the coming years will be formed, although this progressivism will vary greatly from country to country.

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