Work ill pairs. The chart below shows the average hours of housework per week by people of difficult sexes and with different marital status in Fantasia.
Describing a chart (Mô tả đồ thị)
Task 1: Work ill pairs. The chart below shows the average hours of housework per week by people of difficult sexes and with different marital status in Fantasia. Look at the chart then answer the questions that follow. (Làm việc từng đôi. Nhìn biểu đồ dưới đây cho biết những giờ việc nhà trung bình hàng tuần bởi nhiều người khác phái và với tình trạng hôn nhân khac nhau ở Fantasia. Nhìn biểu đồ và trả lời câu hỏi kèm theo)
1. Who, in general, does more housework?
2. Do married women have to do more or less housework when they have more children?
3. Do married men have to do more or less housework when they have more children?
4. How many hours do married men and women without children spend on their housework per week?
5. How much time does it take men and women with one or two children to do their housework every week?
6. What are the numbers of weekly housework hours that men and women with three or more children do respectively?
7. What do you think should be done to reduce the unequal distribution of housework hours per week between married men and women?
1. In general, married women do more housework than men.
2. They have to do more housework when they have more children.
3. Married men have to do less housework when they have more children.
4. Married men and women without children spend 20 and 30 hours on their housework per week respectively.
5. It takes men and women with one or two children 15 and 50 hours respectively to do their housework every week.
6. They are 10 and 55 .
7. Married men should spend more time sharing the housework with their wives.
Task 2: Write a report describing the information shown in the column chart in Task 1. Begin your report with. (Viết bài tường thuật mô tả thông, tin được cho ở biểu đồ cột à Task 1. Bắt đầu bài tường thuật của em với)
The column chart illustrates the average housework hours per week by married women in comparison with married men.
As seen in the chart, there is the distinctive difference in the average hours of housework in households. In childless families, the gap of housework hours per week between men and women is not largely. Women do some 30 hours per week, meanwhile men’s contribution in housework is about 20 hours.
In families of one or two children, however, the number of men’s housework hours decreases to 15 hours, but women’s number of housework rises even to 50. Undoubtedly the cause of this rise is due to childcare.
And amazingly in households with three or more children, the inequality becomes more distinct. Men work fewer hours than about 10 hours, but women's housework hours rise to 55 per week.
The chart shows that the inequality in housework between husband and wife should be resolved. It is important that women should be liberated from the unreasonable burden of familial responsibilities. And to get the target, men should do their share of housemaking.