Top 5 IELTS Vocabulary


Vocabulary is the key to score high in the IELTS exam. Test takers should learn Vocabulary while preparing for the IELTS exam. To achieve a band score of 8 in Speaking and Writing, you should use a wide range of words to demonstrate your English language skills.

Vocabulary is 25% of your IELTS Writing and Speaking Score. Also, for the Reading and Listening modules, you should learn synonyms and Paraphrasing. In this article, you’ll learn the best 5 Vocabulary, which is easy to remember and use in the IELTS Exam.


1. Essential

Synonyms:  Vital, necessary, crucial, important, and key

Examples:

  • Nowadays, Television has become an essential part of our lives.

  • Physical education in high school is essential to the development of a healthy body posture, and physical activity can help children build strong bones and muscles, control weight, reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

2. Catastrophe

Synonyms:  disaster, crisis, calamity, tragedy, ruination, and destructive

Examples:

  • The recent oil spill and fire in Assam was an environmental catastrophe.
  • The coronavirus pandemic crisis is not a natural disaster.
  • Deforestation on such a massive scale is a catastrophe for ecosystems around the world.

3. Predominant

Synonyms: primary, main, principal, superior, strength, influence, and prevailing

Examples:

    • Mumbai is predominantly a modern city. The city is having the main features of high-rise buildings, malls, amusement parks, and educational institutions.
    • The primary reason for using public transport is to reduce traffic and pollution.
    • The main advantages of learning a second language at a young age are to improve problem-solving, critical thinking, and listening skills.

    4. Ramification

    Synonyms: consequence, effect, result, and outcome

    Examples:

    • Some people think that using Computers for learning is a positive development, while others disagree because it will lead to adverse ramifications.
    • Before you quit your job, make sure you are aware of the ramification of not having a salary to pay your bills.

    5. Inevitable

    Synonyms: unavoidable, unpreventable, certain, imminent, undeniable, and irresistible

    Examples:

    • Learning to live with Covid-19 is inevitable for India now, but even with the ideal containment, the virus's spread is unpreventable.
    • E-Learning is inevitable in the future, and it is the beginning of modern education.


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