IELTS Vocabulary – Crowds

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • A lack of – the state of being without or not having enough of something.
  • Personal space – the physical space immediately surrounding someone, into which encroachment can feel threatening or uncomfortable.
    “he was invading her personal space”
  • Rush hour – a time during each day when traffic is at its heaviest.
  • Petty theft – a type of theft crime that is based on the low value of the stolen property.
  • Tourist hot spots – places or locations popular with tourists or sightseers
  • Pick pocketing – steal from the pockets of (someone).
    “I think someone pickpocketed me in Brighton on my way to the station”
  • Your belongings – the things that you own, especially things that are small enough to be carried.
Verbs: 
  • spot – see, notice, or recognize (someone or something) that is difficult to detect or that one is searching for.
    “Andrew spotted the advert in the paper”
  • blend in – to look or seem the same as surrounding people or things and therefore not be easily noticeable.
    “We tried to blend into the crowd” 
Adjectives: 
  • Claustrophobic – a feeling associated with people who have an extreme or irrational fear of confined places.
    “the small stuffy room had begun to make him claustrophobic”
Phrases: 
  • The first thing that comes to mind is… 

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IELTS Vocabulary – Family

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • a day trip – a short excursion that finishes within 24 hours
  • a big shock – a important and unpleasant surprise
  • brochure – a small book or magazine containing pictures and information about a product or service.
Verbs: 
  • make decisions 
  • move house
  • take into consideration – think seriously before making a decision
  • consult – seek information or advice from (someone, especially an expert or professional).
    “if you consult a solicitor, making a will is a simple procedure”
Adverbs: 
  • Typically – normally / usually / ordinarily

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IELTS Vocabulary – Friends

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Vocabulary:

Nouns / Collocations: 
  • Perspective – a particular attitude towards or way of regarding something; a point of view.
    “most guidebook history is written from the editor’s perspective”
  • Point of view – synonym of ‘perspective’
  • Set of values – a person’s ethical or a moral attitudes toward different subjects and issues
  • Customs – a traditional and widely accepted way of behaving or doing something that is specific to a particular society, place, or time.
    “the old English custom of dancing round the maypole”
  • Attitudes and values – synonym of ‘set of values’
  • Intolerance – unwillingness to accept views, beliefs, or behaviour that differ from one’s own.
    “a struggle against religious intolerance”
Verbs: 
  • get the chance – have the opportunity to do something
Adjectives: 
  • tolerant – showing willingness to allow the existence of opinions or behaviour that one does not necessarily agree with.
    “we must be tolerant of others”

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IELTS Vocabulary – Technology

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • An app – an application or piece of software designed to run on a mobile device or tablet
Verbs: 
  • interact – act in such a way as to have an effect on each other.
Collocations: 
  • In the palm of my hand – something portable and accessible
  • Just a few clicks – quickly and easily
  • At the touch of a button – quickly and easily
Adjectives: 
  • reliant – dependent on someone or something.
    “the company is heavily reliant on the baby market”

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IELTS Vocabulary – Friends

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Vocabulary:

Adjectives: 
  • exhausting – very tiring, physically or mentally
  • draining – mentally tiring and difficult
Verbs Collocations: 
  • it depends on – used in speech to say that the answer to a question will be different in different situations
  • recharge my batteries – relax in an attempt to feel more energetic or reinvigorated later
  • hang out – spend time and relax with friends or family
Collocations: 
  • social energy – the strength or effort you need to talk to other or interact with other people.
  • chances are – likely, it is likely that
  • on the other hand – however, in contrast

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IELTS Vocabulary – Inventions

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • centuries – 100 years
  • platform – a standard for the hardware of a computer system, which determines what kinds of software it can run.
  • educator – a teacher, a professor, a lecturer
  • concept – an abstract idea.
    “structuralism is a difficult concept”
Collocations: 
  • make a shortlist – choose from a list of selected candidates from which a final choice is made.
    “a shortlist of four companies”
  • connect with 
  • harness the power – use the maximum of something
  • in the palm of your hand – accessible and portable
Adjectives: 
  • revolutionary – involving or causing a complete or dramatic change.
    “a revolutionary new drug”
  • radical – Synonyms: dramatic, total, complete
  • ridiculous – Synonyms: silly, funny, hard to believe

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IELTS Vocabulary – The Elderly

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Vocabulary:

Collocations: 
  • keep fit – exercising enough to stay at a healthy level of physical fitness
  • stay in shape – exercising enough to avoid becoming overweight or unfit
  • gentle exercise – easy, simple exercise that doesn’t strain your body
  • get some fresh air – go outside and enjoy the outdoors
  • get some cardio – do some cardiovascular exercise
Verbs: 
  • aimed at – made for a certain group of people
  • socialise – talking, chatting and spending time with other people
Adjectives: 
  • strenuous – physically hard, challenging or difficult

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IELTS Vocabulary – Tourism

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • tourists – visitors or sightseers from another country
  • litter – waste or garbage dropped in public places
  • green areas / natural spaces 
  • natural habitat –  the place in nature that particular species calls home.
  • an influx – an arrival or entry of large numbers of people or things.
    “a massive influx of tourists”
  • byproduct – an unintended but inevitable secondary result.
    “he saw poverty as the by-product of colonial prosperity”
Verbs: 
  • flood to – fill up, or take over completely
  • pave over – cover with concrete, usually to build something new
Collocations: 
  • in their wake – the path or course of anything that has passed or preceded.
    “The tornado left ruin in its wake.”
  • respect the customs – pay attention and follow the rules and social rituals of another nation

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IELTS Vocabulary – Computers

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • family PC 
  • functions – abilities of a computer or digital device
  • capabilities – abilities of a computer, digital device or a person
  • features – a distinctive attribute or aspect of something.
  • I.T – Information Technology, a school subject concerning computers and their functions
Adjectives / Adverbs: 
  • widespread – popular, common
  • intuitively – without conscious reasoning; instinctively.
    “he knows intuitively how to calm me”
Collocations: 
  • trial and error – the process of experimenting with various methods of doing something until one finds the most successful.
    “pupils learn by trial and error”

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IELTS Vocabulary – Eating Out

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Vocabulary:

Adjectives: 
  • unwilling – not ready, eager, or prepared to do something.
  • tempting – appealing to or attracting someone, even if wrong or unwise.
    “a tempting financial offer”
  • luxurious  – extremely comfortable or elegant, especially when involving great expense.
    “the island’s most luxurious hotel”
  • decent – of an acceptable standard; satisfactory.
    “people need decent homes”
  • exotic – originating in or characteristic of a distant foreign country.
    “exotic birds”
Collocations: 
  • variety on offer – amount of things available to buy or try
  • the sheer amount – used to emphasize the large amount, size, or degree of something.
    “The sheer amount of work was staggering”
  • disposable income – income remaining after deduction of taxes and social security charges, available to be spent or saved as one wishes.
  • and so on – and similar things; et cetera.
    “these savouries include cheeses, cold meats, and so on”
Nouns: 
  • diners – people who dine / eat in restaurants
  • high street – the main street of a town, especially as the traditional site for most shops, banks, and other businesses.
  • temptations – a thing that attracts or tempts someone.
    “the temptations of life in London”

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