IELTS

Work related Vocabulary for IELTS Employee Employer Employment Unemployment Commute Occupation Career Profession Salary / Wages Public Sector Private Sector Retire Flexitime Resign / Quit Fire / Sack /Dismiss Vacancy Overtime Shift

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Essay Opening: It is often said that … / Many people claim that … In this day and age… Nowadays … These days … We live in an age when many of us are… … is a hotly-debated topic that often divides opinion. … is often discussed yet rarely understood. It goes without saying that […]

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Health related Vocabulary for IELTS Rudimentary: (Adj) Basic and simple Syn: Basic, elementary Rampant: (Adj) spreading very quickly and difficult to control Administer: (Transitive verb) to give (medicine) Diagnose: (Verb) to recognize a disease or illness Cognition:( Noun) mental processesExamples: thinking, remembering, understanding Deterioration: (Noun) the process of becoming worse Chronic: (Adj) continuing to occur […]

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Environmental related Vocabulary for IELTS Vegetation (Noun)Syn: flora, greenery Erosion (Noun) Habitat (Noun)Natural/native habitat Deforestation (Noun) Inhabit (Verb) Creatures (Noun) Migrate (Verb) Evolution (Noun)Syn: Development Diverse (Adjective)Syn: varied, distinct Adapt (Verb)Syn: Modify Devastation/ Destruction (Noun) Fossil fuels (Noun) Renewable Energy Biodegradable Emissions (Noun)Syn: release Climate Change (Noun) Conservation (Noun)Syn: preservation, protecting, safeguarding Sustainable (Adjective)Syn: viable, […]

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 Education Vocabulary for IELTS Compulsory (Adjective)Syn: mandatory, essential Curriculum (Noun)Syn: Syllabus, the course of study Inquisitive (Adjective)Syn: Curious Remedial (Adjective)Syn: to improve coal: remedial class/course/actions/measures Procrastinate (Verb)Syn: delay Distance Learning/ Correspondence courses(Noun) Discipline Graduate Qualification Theory Literacy Primary-Secondary-Higher Education/graduation/university/college/tertiary education | third-level education Student:- Pupil, high-school child, school children, collegiate, undergraduate, postgraduate, school-aged child Children:- […]

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1.Indispensable (Adjective) Syn: Vital, crucial, essential 2. Innovative (Adjective) Syn: Inventive, ingenious 3. Breakthrough (Noun) Syn: discovery, finding A researcher reported another breakthrough in cancer research. 4. Revolutionized (Verb) Syn: Transform There is no doubt that the internet has Revolutionised our lives. 5. Cutting-edge (Adjective) Syn: Leading, very modern Cutting-edge technology/design 6. Censorship (Noun) Syn: restriction, […]

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Here is the list of topics related to the IELTS writing task 2. All these topics appear more than once in the IELTS writing task 2 test. If you will go through these topics then it will be easy for you to write about them easily. Food Society People Sport Advertising World Issues & Society […]

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Many parents believe that when their children read books for entertainment, they are wasting their time, and that they should read only serious, educational books. What is you opinion about this? In countries where unemployment is high, education should only be obligatory up to primary school and not secondary school. To what extend do you […]

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drop off: take someone somewhere by car Can I DROP you OFF somewhere on my way home? get away: leave to go on holiday I need to GET AWAY for a few days.  set off: start a journey We SET OFF early the next morning. speed up: go faster The car suddenly SPED UP and went through a red light. take […]

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Bring up – raise Tell out – argued Face up to – accept an unpleasant state of affairs, and try to deal with it Call off – not to ahead with something Count on – rely/depend Catch up with –  get to the same level Dies down – becomes less strong  drop out off – leave figure out –  find it hard to understand  find out […]

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