IELTS Vocabulary – Weather

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Vocabulary:

Collocations: 
  • the heavens open – it begins to rain very hard
  • pouring down – raining very heavily
  • a British thing – a social quirk or trait of British people or culture
  • an icebreaker – a question or a statement used to start a conversation with another person or stranger
Adjectives: 
  • peppy – lively and high-spirited.
    “a peppy and energetic woman”
  • optimistic – hopeful and confident about the future.
  • overcast – (of the sky or weather) marked by a covering of grey cloud; dull.
    “a chilly, overcast day”
  • miserable – sad, unhappy
  • depressed – (of a person) in a state of unhappiness
Verbs: 
  • Keep an eye on – keep under careful observation.
    “dealers are keeping an eye on the currency markets”
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IELTS Vocabulary – Marriage

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Vocabulary:

Nouns & Collocations: 
  • criteria – a principle or standard by which something may be judged or decided.
    “they award a green label to products that meet certain environmental criteria”
  • savings in the bank – money in a bank account
Adjectives & Collocations: 
  • the perfect age 
  • an ideal situation 
  • the foreseeable future – at a time that is not long from now: soon
  • a stable career – a safe job
  • a drastic change – a radical or dramatic change
  • radical – totally different or new
    “the city is known for its radical approach to transport policy”
  • financially secure – having a stable or reliable income
Verbs: 
  • settle down – to get married or commit to a married relationship
  • get married 
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IELTS Vocabulary – Skills

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • stages of your life – a point, period, or step in a your life or personal development.
  • prowess – skill or expertise in a particular activity or field.
    “his prowess as a fisherman”
  • primary goal – first target, first priority
  • career path –  a sequence of jobs that make up a person’s overall career
Verbs: 
  • gauge – estimate or determine the amount, level, or volume of.
    “astronomers can gauge the star’s intrinsic brightness”
  • dictate – state or order authoritatively.
  • show off – boastfully display one’s abilities or accomplishments.
    “he was showing off, trying to make a really big impression”
Adjectives: 
  • efficiently – in a well-organized and competent way.
    “he worked efficiently to accomplish the tasks set”
  • rewarding – providing satisfaction; gratifying.
  • influential – having great influence on someone or something.
    “her work is influential in feminist psychology”
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IELTS Vocabulary – Your Country

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • unbelievable rate – a surprising or shocking speed
  • high-rise buildings – tall skyscrapers, apartments or office blocks
  • gentrification – the process of renovating and improving a house or district so that it conforms to middle-class taste.
    “an area undergoing rapid gentrification”
  • the high street – the main street of a town, especially as the traditional site for most shops, banks, and other businesses.
    “the approaching festive season boosted the high street”
  • chains – a group of hotels, restaurants, or shops owned by the same company.
    “the agency is part of a nationwide chain”
Adjectives: 
  • up to date – modern and relevant
  • multicultural – relating to or containing several cultural or ethnic groups within a society.
    “multicultural education”
  • commonplace – normal, expected, popular, typical
  • diverse – showing a great deal of variety; very different.
    “a culturally diverse population”
Collocations:
  • In my experience – referring to my own life and my own memories
  • the pace of life – used to refer to the speed at which changes and events occur
  • notable change – a significant, surprising or important difference
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IELTS Vocabulary – Happiness

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • loved ones – a person who is a member of one’s family or a close friend.
  • circle of friends – a person’s group of friends. Synonym: ‘friendship circle’
  • attributes – a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent part of someone or something.
    “flexibility and mobility are the key attributes of Britain’s army”
  • habits 
  • well-being – the state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy.
    “an improvement in the patient’s well-being”
Verbs: 
  • define – a statement of the exact meaning of a word, especially in a dictionary.
    “a dictionary definition of the verb”
  • rely on – depend on, or have a need for something or someone
Collocations: 
  • tough time – a difficult period of time for a person
    “Exam period is always a tough time for many students at school”
    “She had a tough time as a teenager from another country” 
  • comfortable in your own skin –  relaxed and confident in one’s manner of presenting oneself and interacting with others; conveying the impression that one has a clear, satisfying understanding of one’s own abilities and situation.
  • outlook on life – the view or prospect from a particular place. 2. mental attitude or view; point of view
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IELTS Vocabulary – Emails

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Vocabulary:

Adjectives: 
  • convenient – fitting in well with a person’s needs, activities, and plans.
    “I phoned your office to confirm that this date is convenient”
  • handwritten – written by hand with a pen or pencil
    “the house has a beautiful handwritten sign above the door” 
  • meaningful – having emotional importance
  • touching – emotionally powerful or moving
    “a touching scene in the film” 
Collocations: 
  • that said – even so (introducing a concessive statement).
    “It’s just a gimmick. That said, I’d love to do it”
  • for obvious reasons – obviously, naturally, of course
  • make a mistake
  • spend time and effort
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IELTS Vocabulary – Pirated Music

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Vocabulary:

Verbs Collocations: 
  • blessed with – to have something that you feel is special or lucky
    “I was blessed with good health.”
  • rob – steal something from someone
  • deserve – do something or have or show qualities worthy of (a reaction which rewards or punishes as appropriate).
    “the referee deserves a pat on the back”
Adverbs:
  • illegally – in a way that is contrary to or forbidden by law.
    “she had been fined for parking illegally”
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IELTS Vocabulary – Live Music

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • gigs – informal name of small performances by bands or musicians. Usually in a small venue, not in a large concert hall or stadium.
  • tracks – individual songs on a CD, album, or collection of music
Verbs: 
  • fine tuned – make small adjustments to (something) in order to achieve the best or a desired performance.
    “they can fine-tune the computer programs to focus on a small region of space”
  • refine – make minor changes so as to improve or clarify (a theory or method).
    “ease of access to computers has refined analysis and presentation of data”
  • perfect – make (something) completely free from faults or defects; make as good as possible.
    “he’s busy perfecting his bowling technique”
  • record – set down in writing or some other permanent form for later reference.
    “they were asked to keep a diary and record everything they ate or drank”
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IELTS Vocabulary – Live Sport

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • stadium – an athletic or sports ground with tiers of seats for spectators.
  • atmosphere – the pervading tone or mood of a place, situation, or creative work.
    “the hotel has won commendations for its friendly, welcoming atmosphere”
  • crowd – a large group of people
  • passion – strong and barely controllable emotion.
    “a man of impetuous passion”
  • camera angles – the camera angle marks the specific location at which the movie camera or videocamera is placed to take a shot.
  • close ups – a photograph or film image taken at close range.
    “a close-up of her face”
  • slow motion replays – of, relating to, or being motion-picture or video photography in which the action that has been photographed is made to appear to occur slower than it actually occurred.
  • merits – benefits, positives, advantages
Verbs Collocations: 
  • translate on to TV 
  • come across through the screen 
  • get access to 
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IELTS Vocabulary – Art

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • modern art – art of a style marked by a significant departure from traditional styles and values, in particular that created between the late 19th and the late 20th centuries.
    “she had a strong interest in modern art”
  • performing arts  – forms of creative activity that are performed in front of an audience, such as drama, music, and dance.
    “a centre for the performing arts”
  • trend – a general direction in which something is developing or changing.
    “an upward trend in sales and profit margins”
  • installations – an art exhibit constructed within a gallery.
    “a video installation”
  • exhibits – publicly display (a work of art or item of interest) in an art gallery or museum or at a trade fair.
    “only one sculpture was exhibited in the artist’s lifetime”
Verbs: 
  • show up – arrive, appear
  • debate – discuss or politely argue about a topic
  • symbolises – be a symbol of
  • pick – choose, select
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