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IELTS Vocabulary

IELTS VocabuluryIf you’re up for IELTS and desire to score good bands then you got to have a sheer knowledge of IELTS Vocabulary. The examiner expects you to be competent enough to use the diversified range of vocabulary in your speaking and writing test. Not only in the latter tests but it’s also essential for the reading test, as you would have to read and understand the given content which might contain tough words.

You need to be very particular regarding your vocab skills, If you’re actually looking forward to obtain band 7 or maybe more than that. To improve and enhance your knowledge on this, Scroll and read to have an idea on what IELTS demands from you as its applicant.

Below listed are the prominent IELTS words and required vocabs.

The List Of Academic Words

This Academic list has a set of generic terms of 570 words, that are used frequently in academic contents.This listing is constructed and forwarded by the department of School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies of  Victoria University in Wellington.

Hereby, You can download the entire list of Academic Words: [http://www.britishielts.in/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/academic-word-list.pdf]

The commonly used set among the word families is written in Italics as you can see while clicking on the above link.

Topic Related Vocabulary:

Topic Related VocabCheck with the topics that are related to the expected set of vocabulary. IELTS ask for general subject matter that assist you in knowing and learning new words and hence, use those new words that connect with the subject matters in the speaking and writing tests.

Check for the commonly asked themes:

Diet, Fitness and Health, Information Technology, Education, Environment, The Arts, Work, Crime, and Science.

Phrasal Verbs
The best way to escalate your marks in the Speaking test is to use phrasal verbs in correct form. It should be rightly merged and framed in the sentences that you use in your test. This will definitely bag you good score as it will be duly marked by the tester.

Collocations
Always remember that, drawing an intelligent conclusion and presenting a suitable collocated texts in your writing and speaking test is very essential. If your answer isn’t concluded properly, you’ll fail to impress your examiner.

Idioms
For all the non-english speakers, Understanding Idioms might be quite tough. You need to learn the meaning of each one of them, as the meaning of the Idiom is completely contrary from that of how it sounds. You require to focus much on the context and not on how it is spoken. The English-speaking natives commonly use Idioms to beautify the sentence.

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