In order to receive a band 7 or higher in speaking and writing, you must accurately use academic vocabulary. Learning academic vocabulary will also help you to understand academic texts in the reading test and part 4 of the listening test, which is always about an academic topic.
In this free class you are going to see academic vocabulary in context (the words/information around the new word) from which you can work out the meaning.
|1.||Many language teachers believe that there needs to be more of an reading and listening skills in the classroom since this will help students to learn a wider range of vocabulary.|
|2.||The the rise in petrol prices are that basic goods, such as food, will become more expensive and that public transport will also become more expensive as bus and train companies increase ticket prices.|
|3.||I that there are many strong arguments in favour of eating meat; however, I still disagree with it for moral reasons.|
|4.||I remember that some of the in my psychology course were very tricky to understand and so I had to do extra work before I ‘got’ them. (Note: In this context ‘got’ informally means ‘understood’.)|
|5.||Students who a language quickly are generally the ones who do a lot of reading in that language.|
|6.||It was an interesting article because the writer examined the topic from a wide number of .|
|7.||An arachnid an arthropod, such as a spider or scorpion.|
|8.||In next week’s class we are going to how to write an academic essay introduction.|
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About The IELTS Test
Academic Writing Task 1
Academic Writing Task 2
Cause And Effect
Coherence And Cohesion
Complete The Notes
Complete The Table
Frequently Asked Questions
General Training Reading
General Writing Task 1
General Writing Task 2
Listening Section 1
Listening Section 2
Listening Section 3
Listening Section 4
Speaking Part 1
Speaking Part 2
Speaking Part 3
True / False / Not Given