Mastering the right vocabulary for the IELTS exam is very important as this counts 25% of your mark for the writing and speaking section. Here you’ll find detailed explanations, tips, examples and resources to practice and improve you IELTS vocabulary.
Our Topic Specific Vocabulary pages also contain lots of collocations. So you can expect a thorough explanation on what they are and how to use them.
Below is a list of IELTS Topics to improve your Englihs vocabulary and prepare for the exam:
- Speaking Vocabulary about Modern Technology
- Speaking Vocabulary about Food and Nutrition
- Vocabulary for IELTS Speaking about travel
- Tips to learn vocabulary
- Climate Change Vocabulary
- Employment Vocabulary
- How to Expand your IELTS Vocabulary for Writing
- Improving your grammatical range and accuracy
- IELTS Band 8 Vocabulary and Collocations
IDIOMS AND PHRASES : Learning new idioms and English phrases can help you improve your score and strengthen your English skills. It is important to learn some new phrases that can be used in informal letter writing and idioms that are recommended to use in your speaking exam.
What is a Vocabulary Collocation?
A collocation is a group of words that has an above average possibility of being found together.
Using collocations in your writing and speaking helps to make your language sound more natural and fluent. This in turn makes your skills higher and gets you better scoring in essays.
What is the best way to learn Topic Specific Collocations?
The best way is to learn Topic Specific Collocations is to look for them being used in context. In the links we extracted collocation from Ted Talks, you can identify how they are used in context (very important).
IELTS Vocabulary means using a more academic style and word choice (Lexical Resource) when writing your essay. Using Topic Specific Vocabulary, collocations and words from the Academic Word List will help considerably.
On this page, you can find some external resources that will help you learn collocations in a more natural fashion, and a full tutorial about collocations.
Take a look at our article that will provide tips and strategies to improve your vocabulary for IELTS .
Some latest turorials to help with learning vocabulary for your IELTS Writing tasks:
- How to answer Map Questions ( Vocabulary Included)
- Line Graph Sample Essay and Vocabulary
- Vocabulary to describe a Pie chart in IELTS
We have a a free PDF ebook with lots of vocabulary lists and examples to learn new vocabulary for your English language study.