Exclude- Word Of The Day For IELTS

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Exclude- Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing

Exclude: (Verb) /ɪkˈskluːd/


To deliberately not include something or not allow someone to take part in something, especially in a way that seems wrong or unfair.


Omit, Leave out, Miss out


With noun: Analysis/ Area/ Benefit/ Clause/ Consideration/ Disease/ Evidence/ Group/ Liability/ Party/ Policy/ School/ Study
With verb: Feel/ Include/ Purport/ Seek


For IELTS Speaking:.
“The remaining students were excluded from the analysis.
“In other words, women’s caring responsibilities are being used as a ground for excluding them from benefits.”

For IELTS Writing:
“Extending the rights of man to women is not just another expansion of the social contract to include another excluded group.”


Choose the following words to fill in the blank: valid, rely, exclude, locate, deduce, specify, initial, philosophy, convened, component.

  1. It is important to learn a process which will help you to _______________ the meaning of new vocabulary from context.
  2. The United Nations has _______________ a special meeting to deal with the conflict in the Middle East.
  3. We had a few _______________ problems that were soon worked out.
  4. Police are trying to _______________ a little girl who got separated from her parents while shopping.
  5. You must have a _______________ reason if you want to reschedule your test.
  6. Problem solving is a major _______________ of many science courses.
  7. The children are very mean to the little boy, and _______________ him from all their games.
  8. You can _______________ on Francis to do the job well; she is an excellent worker.
  9. We didn’t _______________ a time exactly, but we’ll probably meet at the restaurant around noon.
  10. My _______________ in life is to have fun, and enjoy myself without doing anything to hurt the people around me.

Answer key
1. deduce
2. convened
3. initial
4. locate
5. valid
6. component
7. exclude
8. rely
9. specific

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