IELTS Speaking – Từ Vựng Theo Chủ Đề – Topic: Friends

   Trong bài viết dưới đây, các bạn cùng tìm hiểu các từ vựng trong IELTS Speaking về chủ đề: Friends nhé. Hy vọng bài viết này sẽ giúp các bạn học tập tốt hơn.
  • lose friend: a very good friend.
  • enjoy each other’s company: to like spending time with each other.

->Steve and Noah are always together, they definitely enjoy each others company.

  • fair-weather friend: someone who is your friend only when you are cheerful and successful.

->A lot of John’s friends turned out to be fair-weather friends. They were with him when he was rich and left him when he went bankrupt.

  • friends are like second family: that is to say your friends love you and make you feel comfortable.
  • get in touch with somebody: to contact somebody.

->I plan to get in touch with my friends when I return home.

  • near and dear to someone: very important to someone.

->Her parents are the only people who are near and dear to her.

  • houlder to cry on: someone who is always ready to listen to your problems.

>I’m so glad my boyfriend is so kind and sympathetic, it’s good to always have a shoulder to cry on.

  • to be through thick and thin: to have some good times and difficult times together.

->Your parents are married for 15 years, they must have been through thick and thin together.

  • to be well-matched: to be similar to somebody in interests.

->They are well-matched.

  • to break up: to end a relationship.

->It is hard to believe that Jacob and Sarah broke up. They were dating since high school.

  • to drift apart: to become less close to someone.

->As years went by, school friends drifted apart.

  • to fall for someone (to fall in love with someone): to start loving somebody.

->They were childhood friends, and he fell for her!

  • to fall out with: to quarrel, to have a conflict.

->He left the party after falling out with his girlfriend.

  • to get on like a house on fire: people get on like a house on fire when they like each other’s company and ​become ​friends very ​quickly.

->I like my new roommate! We have a lot of same interests and get on like a house on fire.

  • to get on well with somebody: to have a good relationship with somebody.

->I’m an outgoing person and I easily get on well with new people.

  • to get to know someone: to become acquainted with someone.

->I thought Jenna was selfish until I got to know her and understood her real character.

  • to have a lot in common: to have similar interests.
  • to have friends in high places: to have friends in powerful positions in business or government.

->Joe owes his fast career growth to his friends in high places.

  • to hit it off with somebody: to quickly become close friends with somebody.

->I could not imagine that Laura will hit it off with Dylan! They are so different.

  • to keep in touch with someone: to maintain contact with someone.

->I keep in touch with my friends from high school, although we graduated five years ago.

  • to lose touch with someone: to lose contact with someone.

->I lost touch with Mary since she moved to Canada.

  • to see eye to eye: to agree.

->I think it’s better to live in a big city, but my brother doesn’t see eye to eye with me about it.

  • to strike up (a conversation, a relationship): to start.

->I feel awkward when I strike up a conversation with unknown people.

  • ups and downs: a mixture of good and bad things that happen.

->We’re friends for almost 30 years! Surely we’ve had our ups and downs.

Chúc các bạn học tốt!




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