Vocabulary

The Most Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Loving and liking

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 Loving and liking carry a torch for someone If you carry a torch for someone, you are in love with them but they do…

Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 +: DIFFERENT KINDS OF PEOPLE (Part 5)

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 DIFFERENT KINDS OF PEOPLE ( PART 5) Story: The Hopeless Romantic Choose the most suitable word from the four options given, a – d,…

Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: Possibility

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Key Word: possibility 1          Verb + possibility Choose the more natural collocations: Keep trying. Don’t give up until you have _____________ every possibility. (explored…

Common Idioms to Boost Your IELTS Score – Topic: Limitations and restrictions

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Limitations and restrictions bend the rules If you bend the rules you do something which is not allowed, either to help someone else or…

Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: Plan

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Key word: plan 1          Verb + plan Use the correct form of these verbs: announce                  …

Synonym & Antonym For Academic Words In IELTS Writing With Answers ( Part 2)

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Antonyms Which of these words is most nearly the opposite of the word provided? 36 withdraw 39 impartial 42 pit a. reduce a. hostile…

Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: Freedom

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Key word: freedom  1         Verb + freedom Use the correct form of these verbs: allow               enjoy fight for           give up restrict             value We don’t…

Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 +: DIFFERENT KINDS OF PEOPLE (Part 4)

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 DIFFERENT KINDS OF PEOPLE ( PART 4) Ugly Characteristics (a) Match the character trait with its definition. A audacious B meddlesome C clingy D…

Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 – 8.0 – 9.0: DIFFERENT KINDS OF PEOPLE (Part 3)

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Types of People and their Roles   (a) Match the nouns A – K with their appropriate definitions, 1 – 11. A a connoisseur…

Advanced Vocabulary for IELTS 7.0 +: DIFFERENT KINDS OF PEOPLE (Part 2)

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Good Qualities and Character Flaws 2 (a) For each question, tick the word or phrase (a or b) that appears closest in meaning to…