Equate – Word Of The Day For IELTS
Equate – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Equate: (Verb) /ɪˈkweɪt/
to consider that two things are similar or connected
Associate, Relate, Connect
With noun: equate cost/ value
With verb: seem/ tend to equate
For IELTS Speaking:
“Most people equate wealth with success.”
“These executives seem to equate marketing with selling and fail to consider other aspects of the marketing system.”
For IELTS Writing:
“For preoperational children, justice tends to be equated with punishment and whatever adults say is right must be right.”
Choose the following words to fill in the blank: consumes, transferred, aspect, normal, previous, selected, injury, complex, equated, relevant.
- Patricia Chan has been _______________ to represent this company at the New York conference.
- Politics are too _______________ for me to understand, and I don’t even know who to vote for.
- Teaching students to have realistic expectations is an important _______________ of second language instruction.
- An adult grey whale _______________ about 1,100 kilograms of food per day.
- Please ensure that you attach all the _______________ documents to your application.
- The African continent is often _______________ with images of starving children, but many of the people there live quite comfortably.
- The original inhabitants of New Zealand, the Maori, _______________ their history down the generations largely by word of mouth.
- His knee _______________ prevented him from playing professional basketball.
- Other than the fact that he was born with two heads, he is a fairly _______________ sort of guy.
- On April 15th, 1865, American president Abraham Lincoln died after being shot in the head the _______________ night.
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