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Essential Words for IELTS is a collection of video presentations and worksheets created for students preparing to take the IELTS test. By working through the materials, you will master the vocabulary needed to get a high IELTS score.
Do you need a band score of 7.0 or above on the IELTS test? Then this course is for you!
- learn word meanings
- hear how to clearly pronounce each word
- see how each word is used in example sentences
- learn how to use the word like a native through common collocations (words that frequently go together)
- discover the different forms and derivatives of each word
- get to know synonyms of each word – vital for success on the IELTS reading and listening tests
- revise using a PDF version of each video
- build your own vocabulary booklet using the printable vocabulary record that comes with each video
- test yourself using multiple choice quizzes
Together, this information will help you develop a deep knowledge of each word.
These words have been carefully selected from the COBUILD English language corpus to cover functions and topics that are frequently found in the IELTS test. Each video presentation contains 7 words, the ideal number of words to learn in one go.
Who is this course for?
This course is for English language learners who are preparing to take or retake the IELTS test and need a band score of 7.0 or above. It is also useful for anyone who wants to improve their English by learning more English words and phrases, including students preparing to take the TOEFL, TOEIC and CAE tests.
What are the requirements?
- You should be at a pre-intermediate level of English or above
- An understanding of the different parts of the IELTS exam is useful but not essential
What am I going to get from this course?
- Fully understand reading texts in the IELTS Reading Test
- Fully understand the audio recordings in the IELTS Listening Test
- Write more natural essays in the IELTS Writing Test
- Speak using a wider range of vocabulary in the IELTS Speaking Test
- Understand and know how to use a range of advanced words and phrases in English
Who is the target audience?
- Students preparing to take or retake the IELTS test
- English language learners at an intermediate to advanced level
- Anyone who wants to improve their English vocabulary
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned the essential vocabulary needed to get a high IELTS score.
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Section 1 - Introduction To The Course
Complete Word Lists
Section 2 - Animals
Section 3 - Changes
Changes Vocabulary: Part 1
Changes Vocabulary: Part 2
Section 4 - Chemistry
Section 5 - Engineering
Engineering Vocabulary: Part 1
Engineering Vocabulary: Part 2
Section 6 - Environment
Section 7 - Family
Section 8 - Geography
Geography Vocabulary: Part 1
Geography Vocabulary: Part 2
Section 9 - Government
Section 10 - Health And Medicine
Section 11 - Law
Law Vocabulary: Part 1
Law Vocabulary: Part 2
Section 12 - Political Beliefs
Political Beliefs Vocabulary
Section 13 - Social Issues
Social Issues Vocabulary: Part 1
Social Issues Vocabulary: Part 2
Section 14 - Texts
Section 15 - Biology
Section 16 - Business
Business Vocabulary: Part 1
Business Vocabulary: Part 2
Section 17 - Comparing And Contrasting
Comparing and Contrasting Vocabulary
Section 18 - History
Section 19 - Linguistics
Section 20 - Materials
Section 21 - Mathematics
Section 22 - Giving Opinions
Section 23 - Positive Qualities
Positive Qualities Vocabulary
Section 24 - Negative Qualities
Negative Qualities Vocabulary
Section 25 - Research Methods
Research Methods Vocabulary
Section 26 - Describing Trends for Task 1 Writing
Upward Trends Vocabulary
Downward Trends Vocabulary
Adjectives And Adverbs
More Trends Vocabulary
Section 27 - Describing Cause And Effect
Cause And Effect Vocabulary
Section 28 - Time
Section 29 - Science
Scientific Processes: Part 1
Scientific Processes: Part 2
Section 30 - Education
Section 31 - Art
Section 32 - Economics
Section 33 - Thought Processes
Thought Processes Vocabulary
Anticipate: 100 examples
Appreciate: 100 examples
Comprehend: 100 examples
Conceive: 100 examples
Envisage: 100 examples
Infer: 100 examples
Recall: 100 examples