Continuing the previous topic last week, today, I will introduce you to ten more academic words, which are very powerful if you use correctly. Therefore, you could improve your score in IELTS Writing.
Intrusion (n): When someone does something or something happens, that affects you private life or activities in an unwanted way.
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- This is a governmental intrusion on the freedom of the press.
Involuntary (adj): Happening without the person concerned wanting it to.
- The distinction between voluntary and involuntary unemployment is often blurred.
Itinerary (n): a plan of a journey, including the route and the places that you visit.
- Visits to four different countries are included in your itinerary.
Lucid (adj): clearly expressed; easy to understand.
- There is only one lucid explanation for this problem.
Lucrative (adj): producing a large amount of money; making a large profit.
- Many of the engineers left the service for more lucrative jobs abroad.
Ludicrous (adj): Unreasonable; that you cannot take seriously.
- It was ludicrous to think that the plan might succeed.
Jurisdiction (n): the authority that an official organization has to make legal decisions about somebody/something.
- The British courts have universal jurisdiction over torture cases.
Lenient (adj): not as strict as expected when punishing somebody or when making sure that rules are obeyed.
- School examiners say that marking has become more lenient in recent years.
Loathe (v): To dislike somebody/something very much.
- Many of the people fear and loathe the new government.
Obsess (v): to completely fill your mind so that you cannot think of anything else, in a way that is not normal.
- Modern people are becoming obsessed with material wealth.
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