BÀI LUẬN TIẾNG ANH VỀ NGÀY TẾT

     

thì Admin nhắc nhở phát triển ý tưởng từ câu ra đoạn để sẵn sàng cho ngôn từ thuyết trình. Nếu chưa tồn tại ý tưởng về nội dung, chúng ta và con hoàn toàn có thể bám vào các ý này và tiến hành ý để thuyết trình tiếng Anh về ngày Tết cổ truyền:

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I. Nhắc nhở về ý nghĩa của Tết truyền thống cổ truyền trong bài thuyết trình giờ đồng hồ Anh về Tết.

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Dưới đây là mẫu bài thuyết trình ý nghĩa sâu sắc Tết truyền thống cổ truyền bằng giờ đồng hồ Anh:

Tet Holiday is a celebration of Vietnam’s Lunar New Year. It is one of the most important holidays for Vietnamese lớn celebrate with traditional parties, fireworks & delicious food.

Tet’s holiday celebrations are similar to other Asian Lunar New Year celebrations, but also reflect Vietnam’s individual values, history and culture.

The lunar calendar marks the beginning of spring and the new year. There are many Tet festivals throughout the year, but the festival celebrating Lunar New Year is the most important for Vietnamese.

They believe it is the biggest and most sacred festival not only within Vietnam. 

During Tet, when winter ends & spring begins. It is known that the cycle of the universe is over & it is time khổng lồ give way khổng lồ the beginning of a new one. The flowering peach tree is one of the best-selling products of the season.

Since it symbolizes life và happiness, people believe that when celebrating the arrival of spring, going trang chủ promises something positive.

For the Vietnamese, honouring the coming of the New Year looks ahead towards good fortunes while centring on happiness and positive values.

Numerous celebrations aim khổng lồ strengthen Vietnamese culture, beliefs & family ties.

Tet is not only a long and proud tradition of Vietnamese but also a symbolic festival of birth và rebirth that will only strengthen in the coming years.

II. Các chuyển động trước tết (bao gồm cả ý nghĩa) gửi vào bài bác thuyết trình giờ đồng hồ Anh về Tết.

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Để nói về hoạt động ngày Tết, họ thường dùng đa số từ vựng giờ Anh dưới đâyTrang trí thành quả – Decorating the house

Hello everyone, My name is… Today, I will talk about some things to bởi before Tet holiday.

Firstly, We often clean our houses in the days before the New Year comes. It helps remove old things to lớn remove bad luck, và welcome New year’s fortunes. Also, house cleaning makes the owner feel confident when relatives và friends visit.

Secondly, decorating the house. It is an occasion for all members lớn prepare new items & furniture. The most popular ones have the red & yellow colors, linked lớn wealth và luck. We can buy many things khổng lồ decorate the house , such as: flowers, peach blossom trees, kumquat trees, colorful lights,…

It makes our house look beautiful và refreshed. Next, “remaking” yourself. You can “remake” yourself by cutting new hair, buying new clothes, new shoes,…It makes you look better và more confident with everyone on Tet holiday.

Finally, We often make traditional Vietnamese cake- Banh tầm thường or Banh Day made from sticky rice, green beans và fatty fork. It takes hours khổng lồ cook the cakes. Meanwhile, we prefer telling our life stories, events, news, etc., of the past year, sharing & mingling with each other.

Tet holiday is an occasion for us lớn be close with our family, relatives. I really like Tet holiday.

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III. Các hoạt động trong tết (bao gồm cả ý nghĩa) đưa vào bài xích thuyết trình giờ đồng hồ Anh về Tết.

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Xông khu đất (Step into the house)

Tet holiday is the most important celebration for Vietnamese people. Among the many rituals connected with the Lunar New Year in Vietnam is xong dat, or “first-footing”. People believe that the first person who enters a house at the beginning of a lunar year will have a bearing on the family’s fortune throughout that year. Thus, the rich and popular are usually invited khổng lồ get into a trang chủ at that time.

Mừng tuổi & Đi thăm bọn họ hàng, fan thân, anh em (Give lucky money và Visit relatives và friends)

In the morning of the Tet holiday, relatives và friends visit và wish each other a Happy New Year, the children normally think of “Li xi” or lucky money. They will give each other best wishes và give the children some lucky money. Lucky money is the money which is given lớn children to welcome the new age on the first day of Lunar New Year. It is a common belief that money can bring good fortune to lớn the upcoming year.

Xuất hành đầu năm (To depart)

On the first day of the Lunar New Year, people often choose beautiful hours & bring the best of wealth as well as the appropriate direction of age to depart with the hope of having luck và peace when leaving the house.

Đi chùa (Visit pagoda/temple)

A typical cultural feature of Vietnamese people is that the custom of going lớn the temple during the first days of the new year is a beauty of spiritual culture in every Vietnamese life. Incense lớn worship the temple at the beginning of the year is not only khổng lồ pray for a new year of luck và happiness, but also to lớn express your mind & respect lớn the Buddha & ancestors.

Đi du ngoạn ngày nay (Traveling trend)

Vietnamese will have some days off during Tet but they bởi not travel much during this time. It is the time for everyone khổng lồ gather with their family, return to lớn their hometown and have a long time for relaxation without any worries of life. Tet is considered as the time of happiness all over Vietnam. However, some people decide to travel. Only at this time, they can have a chance to join the local quality activities that only happen once a year.

Những điều kị kỵ trong thời gian ngày Tết (Taboos)

There are a lot of taboos you should never vì during lunar new year. 

– Firstly, you shouldn’t say or do bad things during Tet holiday. 

– Secondly, You shouldn’t sweep the house or empty out the rubbish lớn avoid luck và benefits going with it, especially on the first day of the new year. 

– Next, You shouldn’t have duck meat because it brings unluckiness & shouldn’t buy or wear trắng clothes because trắng is the colour of funerals in Vietnam.

 Mọi bạn thường giá cả rất những cho ngày Tết. Theo chúng ta việc mua sắm đó có cần thiết không? Vì mua sắm quá những => ăn chưa hết sẽ hư, tạo thành lượng rác to đùng sau Tết.

In many countries, especially in Viet Nam, people spend a lot of money celebrating Tet holiday – Vietnamese Lunar New Year. However, some people think that spending a lot of money on these celebrations is a waste. Khổng lồ what extent bởi vì you agree or disagree with this view?

Lunar New Year in Vietnam traditionally lasts for three days, but people in Vietnam often spend nearly half of a month celebrating the festival. They spend lots of time & money on decorating their house beautifully with kumquat trees, peach blossoms, or apricot blossoms. Và very often, all these will be thrown away in a couple of weeks. Additionally, everyone has their hair cut, buys new clothes, & brings gifts lớn their relatives. Especially, they prepare so many kinds of food such as phổ biến Cake, pickled onion, pickled cabbage, Vietnamese sausage, pork, beef, five-fruit trays, etc. All those preparations have the same purpose – to lớn be the best to lớn welcome the Lunar New Year festival và to receive luck as well as fortune.

Nevertheless, what really gets khổng lồ me is the amount of wastage that I see every year, my mum included. They buy so much that they aren’t able to consume all of them. As a result, most of them are rotten & people must throw them away after 2-3 weeks. This also creates a huge amount of garbage after Tet holiday. 

In conclusion, the celebration of the cultural ceremony is significant for preserving the tradition và culture of a community. However, we need to prepare for Tet just right with our needs lớn avoid waste. 

Xu hướng Tết ngày nay: sở hữu bánh chưng, đi du lịch, không giữ lại Tết cổ truyền.

Tet holiday – Vietnamese Lunar New Year is the most significant festival in the S-shaped country. Year after year, the Tet celebration has changed significantly, so have Vietnamese people been remaining traditional activities on Tet holiday?

According to lớn Vietnamese tradition, Tet Holiday is an occasion for every family to come together và enjoy traditional food, such as banh thông thường (glutinous rice cake), gio (pork sausage) and dua khô cứng (pickled onion). Otherwise, in recent years, the ways Vietnamese enjoy the Tet holiday have changed much.

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Today, many Vietnamese families don’t cook bình thường cakes themselves. They wonder: “Why should we have lớn suffer from cold water & bend our backs khổng lồ wash dong leaves & green beans? Why vày we need to stay awake khổng lồ watch the pot of cakes, when we can easily buy them from food shops or markets?”.

Besides that, many people, especially the young who love travelling, in recent years have chosen khổng lồ travel rather than stay at home to cook, clean their house và prepare for Tet. Some people think that they’ve worked hard for a year, so they should take their time lớn travel & relax. They do not care as much about traditional ways of celebrating Tet as well.

To sum up, people will choose the activities that suit them. They adapt to lớn fit the socio-cultural context, particularly in the current times. For me, Tet is still a meaningful occasion for family reunion.

Có nên gia hạn Tết cổ truyền? ( Vì lãng phí thời gian)

I think we should celebrate Tet holiday because of the following reasons: 

– It’s the best occasion for family members to return trang chủ and get together. 

– This is also an opportunity that people to lớn relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery of spring, traditional dishes, tradition festivals, folk games và so on. 

– Vietnamese can express their gratitude to their ancestors và benefactors.

IV. Open ended questions (Câu hỏi mở rộng thuyết trình tiếng Anh ngày Tết).

1. On Tet holiday, many housewives often have the psychology khổng lồ buy a lot of goods to prevent supermarkets or markets from reopening. However, hoarding too much food for many days. What vì you think about it?

Đây là dạng câu hỏi khá hay để mỗi người có thể tự trở nên tân tiến quan điểm cá thể của bạn dạng thân. Không có đúng sai, chỉ có phù hợp. Với dưới đó là 1 ví dụ cho trường phái bảo đảm an toàn quan điểm ủng hộ:

“We have worked really hard all year lớn get bonus month 13rd. So Tet holiday is the time for us lớn reward ourselves by buying new clothes, new shoes, new furniture for a new year. So next year, we have motivation to lớn earn more money. By the way, the kết thúc of the year is the best chance for us to go shopping because sales are everywhere. Up to 50 percent or 70 percent.

Besides, not only me but many people work far away from home, so we usually come back home to visit parents và relatives on Tet holiday. So for me, buying goods, foods for them is normal, even though they are expensive. About my parents, they have not seen me and their grandchildren for such a long time, so they usually buy a lot of food to trang điểm for long time no see us.

And the most important reason is in Vietnam culture, on Tet holiday, we need to buy food for a full year”.

Nếu bạn không ủng hộ bài toán đó, vẫn hoàn toàn đúng cũng chính vì bạn có vì sao chính đáng:

“My mom và some neighbors buy a lot of food. However, hoarding too much food for many days, especially for green vegetables, fruits … will easily lead khổng lồ food dehydration, rot, damage, deformation, metamorphosis … It’s so dangerous to lớn swallow. As a result, most of them are rotten & people must throw them away after 2-3 weeks.So I think they should just buy enough.

Moreover, they spend lots of time & money on decorating their house beautifully with kumquat trees, peach blossoms, or apricot blossoms. And very often, all these will be thrown away in a couple of weeks. Nevertheless, what really gets lớn me is the amount of wastage that I see every year, my mum included. This also creates a huge amount of garbage after Tet holiday”.

2. Should we keep Tet holiday?

Tet is the biggest và the most important holiday in Vietnam. It is a great occasion for families to lớn gather together và enjoy relaxing times off. But some people have piped up online, arguing that Tet is old-fashioned và should be canceled if Vietnam wants lớn be a modern country. What is your opinion?

Một câu hỏi mang tính thời sự khi mà lại giới trẻ hiện nay ngày càng quý thời gian và có xu hướng đón Tết tiến bộ hơn, quăng quật bớt các thủ tục xưa để có một loại Tết dịu nhàng, máu kiệm, dành thời gian bên gia đình nhỏ là nhà yếu. Sẽ có được 2 luồng chủ kiến ủng hộ và không ủng hộ, bạn thuộc về phía nào? Hãy bảo vệ quan điểm của bản thân nhé!

Và dưới đấy là một vài gợi nhắc của Admin:

“There are some disadvantages of Tet from an economical point of view. Now that the holiday is long, it damages the economic power & also the labor. It is true that some workers are not motivated to work after spending so many days off. This is true to lớn students.

On the other hand, the overflow vehicle causes congestion và traffic accidents.

Some other social issues are also increasing rapidly at this time especially drinking, speeding và gambling.

Last but not least, since the kết thúc of the year means that there are tons of problems to lớn worry about, the căng thẳng of paying debt or getting the ticket to go home also add up significantly to lớn the pressure among Tet”.

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Và đây rất có thể là một trong những lý do các bạn ủng hộ gìn giữ Tết truyền thống:

“Adults have worked for almost a year; we should have long days off for Tet holiday lớn relax ourselves before working for the next hard year. It’s also the time for us to lớn look back on our previous year to lớn see how we’ve developed ourselves and to focus more or change our career if it’s necessary.

By the way, Tet is a special point of Vietnamese culture, it reflects not only our culture, it’s also our history – a history of standing khổng lồ defend attackers for hundreds of years. We should not forget about our history, or even how the modern life we will become. That is why we should keep it as our honor.”