Oblige – Word of the Day for IELTS Speaking & Writing
Oblige (Verb) /əˈblɑɪdʒ/
- Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: promise
- Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: Belief
- Boost Your IELTS Score with Collocations – Key Word: report
- Increase Your IELTS Score with Collocations – Key Word: response
- Using Collocation to Boost Your IELTS Score – Key Word: circumstances
Meaning: To force somebody to do something | To do a service or favor for | To make indebted or grateful
Synonym: Compel, force, bind
- To oblige somebody to do something
- be delighted to, be glad to, be (only too) happy to + oblige
- duly/kindly oblige
For IELTS Writing:
- Parents are obliged by law to send their children to school.
For IELTS Speaking:
- Kate was obliged to read the book.
- I am obliged to you for your gracious hospitality
Main IELTS Pages:
This website is to develop your IELTS skills with tips, model answers, lessons, free books, and more. Each section (Listening, Speaking, Writing, Reading) has a complete collection of lessons to help you improve your IELTS skills.
Subscribe for free IELTS lessons/Books/Tips/Sample Answers/Advice from our IELTS experts. We help millions of IELTS learners maximize their IELTS scores!
Latest posts by Ba Nguyen (see all)
- Word Of The Day – Chronic - July 30, 2016
- Word Of The Day – Candid - July 29, 2016
- IELTS Accommodation Vocabulary: Useful Phrases & Expression In IELTS Speaking - July 28, 2016