IELTS Vocabulary – Clothes

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • a huge fan – a big supporter, a person who enjoys something very much
  • formal attire – professional or formal clothing, such as suits, ties, jackets or dresses
  • dress shoes – formal shoes, often leather or in dark colours
  • my wardrobe – my collection of clothing in my home
Adjectives: 
  • versatile – able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities.
    “a versatile sewing machine”
  • easy to wash
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IELTS Vocabulary – Weddings

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • wedding ceremonies 
Adverbs: 
  • hardly ever – not often, seldom
Verb Collocations: 
  • get hitched – informal phrase: get married
  • settle down –  to get married or commit to a monogamous relationship
Adjectives: 
  • engaged – having formally agreed to marry.
    “Keith and I had got engaged four months before”
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IELTS Vocabulary – Companies

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • Firms – businesses or companies
    “one of the biggest law firms in New York city”  
  • Branches – a division or office of a large business or organization, operating locally or having a particular function.
    “he went to work at our Birmingham branch”
  • Representatives – a person chosen or appointed to act or speak for another or others, in particular
  • Revenue – the money or earnings a company has or makes
  • Conglomerates –  a large corporation made up of several different companies
    “conglomerate firms”
Verbs: 
  • Make deals 
  • Merge – combine or cause to combine to form a single entity.
    “the merchant bank merged with another broker”
  • Deal with – work with, do business with
  • Operate out of – work from, be situated in, be located in
    “the technical support centre operates out of Mumbai” 
Adjectives: 
  • multinational 
  • influential – having great influence on someone or something.
    “her work is influential in feminist psychology”
  • limited – restricted in size, amount, or extent; few, small, or short.
    “a limited number of places are available”
  • key difference – important or significant difference
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IELTS Vocabulary – Goals

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • characteristics – a feature or quality belonging typically to a person, place, or thing and serving to identify them.
    “certain defining characteristics of the school emerge from the study”
  • traits – a distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically one belonging to a person.
    “the traditionally British trait of self-denigration”
  • determination – the quality of being determined; firmness of purpose.
    “those who succeed because of sheer grit and determination”
  • concentration – the action or power of focusing all one’s attention.
    “she was frowning in concentration”
  • discipline – the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behaviour, using punishment to correct disobedience.
    “a lack of proper parental and school discipline”
  • ambition – a strong desire to do or achieve something.
    “her ambition was to become a pilot”
  • parenting – be or act as a mother or father to (someone).
    “exhaustion is incompatible with good parenting”
Verbs: 
  • set goals – create targets, make goals
  • achieve – successfully bring about or reach (a desired objective or result) by effort, skill, or courage.
    “he achieved his ambition to become a press photographer”
  • develop – grow or cause to grow and become more mature, advanced, or elaborate.
    “motion pictures were to develop into mass entertainment”
  • aim for – strive for, try to, want to do something
  • motivate – provide (someone) with a reason for doing something.
    “he was primarily motivated by the desire for profit”
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IELTS Vocabulary – School Uniforms

IELTS Vocabulary – School Uniforms

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Vocabulary:

Nouns: 
  • School pride – “pride is the pleasure or satisfaction taken in some act, accomplishment, or possession.”
Verbs: 
  • Bully – use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force them to do something.
    “a local man was bullied into helping them”
  • Make fun of – tease, laugh at, or joke about (someone) in a mocking or unkind way.
  • Instill – gradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude) in a person’s mind.
    “the standards her parents had instilled into her”
  • Get into trouble – misbehave
  • Recognise – identify (someone or something) from having encountered them before; know again.
  • Misbehave – (of a person, especially a child) fail to conduct oneself in an acceptable way; behave badly.
    “Josh misbehaved, pushing his food off the table”
Collocations / Phrases: 
  • More positives than negatives
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IELTS Vocabulary – Advertising

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IELTS Vocabulary – Advertising

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Vocabulary:

Key Nouns: 
  • Online Adverts
  • Video Adverts
  • Posters – a large printed picture used for decoration or advertising
  • Catchphrase – a well-known sentence or phrase, especially one that is associated with a particular famous person. “the movie gave the world the catchphrase ‘I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse’”
Adjectives: 
  • Loud
  • Attention-grabbing  attracting people’s notice; striking.
    “the buildings were sufficiently attention-grabbing to find their place in international magazines”
Collocations: 
  • Sticks in your head – if something sticks in your mind, you do not forget it easily
    “One thing he told me always sticks in my mind.”
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