Gratuitous – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Gratuitous: (Adjective) /ɡrəˈtuːɪtəs/
said or done without a good reason, in a way that offends someone
Unjustified, Unreasonable, Unprovoked
For IELTS Speaking:.
“Some performance art does contain gratuitous violence.”
“Football, with its litany of gratuitous violence, is the culprit.”
For IELTS Writing:
“Local authorities and trade unions will need to respond to gratuitous fault finding and undermining of political leadership.”
Choose the following words to fill in the blank: function, gratuitous, estimate, method, involves, proceed, structure, assess, define, forsaken.
- The network refused to televise the film because it contained too much ____________ violence.
- The traditional family _______________ has undergone a great many changes in the last few decades, due to the increase in the divorce rate.
- More than 80 older men and women have …………….. retirement to help at local schools.
- Attention passengers on flight 514 to Honolulu. Please _______________ to gate 33 where your plane is now boarding.
- I don’t think hitting children is a very effective _______________ of teaching them anything.
- We will use the first week of classes to _______________ your speaking ability.
- Nick’s job as a salesman _______________ a lot of travelling around the province.
- The _______________ of the heart is to pump blood throughout the body.
- His _______________ for the renovations to our house was $2,250.
- It can be quite difficult to clearly _______________ abstract ideas such as love or friendship.
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