Mechanism – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Mechanism: (Noun) /ˈmekənɪzəm/
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a set of moving parts in a machine that performs a task.
System, Structure, Instrument.
With adjective: firing, locking, steering, trigger, winding mechanism.
With verb: Mechanism operate, work.
For IELTS Speaking:
“The door locking mechanism doesn’t work.”
“The gun froze, jamming the mechanism.”
For IELTS Writing:
“The mechanism for drying the clothes of the washing machine is childproof.”
Choose the following words to fill in the blank: mechanism, series, summary, despite, communicates, approximate, impose, goal, professional, parallel.
- We watched a news _______________ of the major events of the year on television on New Year’s day.
- My son _______________ with his classmates by e-mail during the summer holidays.
- The Brazilian team scored a _______________ late in the second half to win the game 1-0.
- Teachers shouldn’t try to _______________ their own religious or moral beliefs on their students.
- The road runs _______________ to the border for about 100 miles.
- Outside workers at the university are holding a _______________ of meetings to discuss the possibility of joining a union.
- On the _______________ golf tour, players are allowed 45 seconds per shot.
- She was wearing only a T-shirt and shorts, _______________ the cold weather.
- As a safety feature, this machine has a special _______________ which will shut it off if it begins to overheat.
- The _______________ number of people we will invite is 100.
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