IELTS

Qualifying words are the words in the question which tell the student how the various ideas relate together. They are often the words that present opinion. Contrast: despite this, while, whereas, however, on the other hand, differs from, in contrast to, conversely,unlike, although Compare: in the same vein, likewise, similarly, this mirrors, just as, has in […]

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To stem from Example: Most people’s insecurities stem from something that happened in their childhood. To allocate smth to smth: to give something officially to somebody/something for a particular purpose Example: More funds will now be allocated to charitable organizations. Wildlife: animals, birds, insects, etc. that are wild and live in a natural environment. Example: […]

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Harmful: causing damage or injury to sb/sth, especially to a person’s health or to the environment Example: the harmful effects of alcohol) Prohibit: to stop sth from being done or used especially by law Example: Soviet citizens were prohibited from travelling abroad. Interrupt: to stop sth for a short time Example: The game was interrupted […]

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Peer: a person who is the same age or who has the same social status as you Example: Children are worried about failing in front of their peers. Effort: the physical or mental energy that you need to do sth (nỗ lực). Example: You should put more effort into your work. Long-term (adj): continuing for […]

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