IELTS Vocabulary 3

IELTS Vocabulary 3

 Being able to use a rich vocabulary is a major advantage in the IELTS and will certainly help IELTS students get a higher score. It will also be beneficial in their academic, personal and professional life. For example, if IELTS candidates wish to pursue higher education at university, research has shown that they may need up to 10,000 words.

There are a number of ways in which you can improve your vocabulary. Whichever method you adopt, you\’ll want to create a vocabulary notebook in which you write down new words and sample sentences.

 IELTS students can use vocabulary below in IELTS Speaking Part as well as in IELTS Writing Part and incredibly increase their IELTS score:

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Science and technology. Essential vocabulary.

 

Genetic engineering

Digital

To invent

To discover

To develop

Invention/ innovation

Experiment

To carry out (do) a research

To observe

Breakthrough

Achievement

Scientist

 

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Shopping. Essenial vocabulary

 

To be crazy about shopping

To be keen on

Market place

Open market

Purchasing

Entertaining

Crowded

Loud music

 


IELTS Vocabulary list Sport. Essential vocabulary.

 

Competitive sports

Disappointing results

Training facilities

High-performance coaching

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Studies. Essential vocabulary

 

To learn smth by heart

To bury yourself in one’s books

To cram

An education system that perpetuates inequality

(Ill)Literacy

Lifelong/continuing education

Special needs education

Mature students

One-to-one/private education

To bully smb

To have a thirst for knowledge

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Swimming. Essential vocabulary

 

Breaststroke

Freestyle

Backstroke

Butterfly

To keep fit

 

 

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Traffic and driving. Essential vocabulary.

 

Exhaust fumes/ emissions (=waste gases)

Roundabout

Junction

Rubber

Spare tyre

Vehicle

Accident

Traffic has been stuck…

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Travelling. Essential vocabulary

Exciting

Sightseeing

Excursion

Interesting

Attractive

Exhilarating experience

Unbeatable prices

Leave

Opportunity

Backpack

Special

Tourism

Tourist destination/sightseeing/

Explore

Mountain

Culture shock

Travel agency

Package tour

Long-haul

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Tourism. Essential vocabulary.

 

 

Indulgence for the wealthy

Affordable

Tourist demand

To provide income for…

Natural attractions

To be a magnet for tourists

Eco-tourism

To create job opportunities

Accessible

Rapidly expanding sector

Large-scale resort

Civil infrastructure

Overcrowded (cities, beaches, etc..)

Overused parklands

Subsequent economic benefits for the government

Direct impact on the environment and indigenous popolations

Tourism boosts foreign investment and foreign exchange

 

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Walk. Essential vocabulary

 

Go for a stroll

Amble

Get a breath of fresh air

Relaxing

Healthy/Relaxing/Beneficial/Interesting/exciting/ peaceful

 

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Weather. Essential vocabulary

 

 

Drought

Dry vegetation

Chilly

Freezing

Windy

Wet

Arid

Precipitation

Moderate temperature

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Rain:

Drizzle

Shower

Torrential rain

Downpour

To put down

Spit (rain lightly)

Showery

Soaked

Damp

Waterlogged

(Clothing) waterproof

IELTS Vocabulary list Idioms:

Chuck it down (=rain heavily)

Get wet

Put off (= to cancel a planned activity)

 

 

 

 

 

Clear up (=stop raining)

 

IELTS Vocabulary list Work. Essential vocabulary.

 I work for…

My job is…

I run…

My main responsibilities are…

I’m in charge of…

Make a living

Working hours

Challenging

Engaging

Prospects

Training course

Daily routine

Pay rise

Workaholic

Dream job

Sense of accomplishment

Self-employed

Hierarchical

To do a job-share

To work flexi-time

A shift worker

Workmates/ colleagues/ co-workers

Workforce

Workplace

To have (good/bad) working relationship

To meet a deadline

To knock off (=to finish work)

To be stuck behind the desk (=sitting in an office all day)

Monotonous

Paperwork

Manual work

Vocational work

Rewarding career

Lucrative career

To seek a career in…

Job satisfaction

Perks/extra benefits

Working environment

Commuting time

To climb the career ladder

Holiday entitlement

To be overworked and underpaid

Rapidly-changing/Ambiguous/ Unpredictable situations at work

To have a background in … (some professional sphere, e.g. IT)

To be money motivated

Diverse range of clients

Motivated/ eager person

To be out-of-the-ordinary person

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