IELTS Speaking Questions and Answers – Part 3 Topic HEALTH
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Hello my friends, how are you? No, really, how are you? It’s a good question, right? Because today we are looking at the IELTS Speaking Part 3 TOPIC of HEALTH. We are going to look at some language, vocabulary, idioms and pronunciation to help you talk confidently on this topic, all about health
This video is the sixth of a series of IELTS Speaking Part 3 videos.
Ideas, vocabulary, and idioms to answer IELTS Speaking Part 3 Questions.
Please note, this is not an official list from IELTS. These are questions that an examiner might ask.
In Part 3 we never know exactly what the examiner will ask, so these are estimates and are simply meant to be a guide for you, to help you prepare better for the IELTS speaking test.
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If you are talking about….
Improve your Fitness
lead a healthy lifestyle
get into shape – get fit
stay in shape – stay fit – stay healthy
Go …ing (jogging, walking, swimming, ….)
Go for a walk / a run / a swim…
Do yoga, pilates,
Do some physical activity
We are drowning in health articles…
all blend into one….
Get motivated – are are up for a change…
Big build up
Don’t follow through – life takes over – get distracted
In the past…
Physical activity no so widespread – fewer facilities – less hype about nutrition and fitness – less need people did hard jobs, moved more…
Access to more nutritious foods
Access to gyms – information – learn about it –
Sense of community
I guess there are pros and cons
People paying taxes – get access to free health care – this can be seen in many countries – especially more socialist countries .
On the other hand…. Good to also provide private health care – give people a choice –
Health insurance schemes – only cover those making contributions, not those in the black market
In emerging economies – 60-70% people work outside the formal economy
More doctors and nurses –
Use technology to treat patients at a distance (elderly)
China’s search engine Bai du allows for online booking of appointments to see a doctor
Better equipment – training for staff
Bigger investment from the government
Education of the general public on preventive care
Re-thinking where the doctor is a part of the team, not the centre
Self-monitoring – holistic approach – more collaboration with alternative medicine suppliers (such as homeopathy, acupuncture, Chinese medicine…)
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