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IELTS Writing Vocabulary : IELTS Tips (2019)

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IELTS Writing Vocabulary 



Vocabulary plays a major role when it comes to IELTS Writing. Using the right vocabulary at the right place has a big impact on your IELTS Bands.

The impactful the vocabulary in IELTS, the better the score.

IELTS Writing tips: This vocabulary is recommended to use in your IELTS Writing. 

IELTS Writing Task 2: Tips, Lessons & Models 

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IELTS Writing Task 2 Test Information

Learn about your IELTS writing task 2 test.

IELTS recommend you spend no more than 40 minutes on writing task 2. 

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English Vocabulary for IELTS


Word: Ignite – (lighted)

Usage – "The paper ignited on contact with sparks”. 

Word: Triumph – (A great victory or achievement.)

Usage- "The statue was built to celebrate Netaji's many triumphs"


Word: Dreaded – (Regarded with great fear or apprehension.)

Usage - "The dreaded news came that raj had been wounded/injured."


Word: Conscientious – (Having a sense of right/wrong, correct/incorrect) 

Usage - "Humans are denied even the opportunity to break the law on conscientious grounds"

Word: Amiable – (Having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner.)

Usage -"The amiable young man greeted me enthusiastically/eagerly." 

Word: Longevity – (life span/ long life)

Usage - "Her longevity was outstanding considering she was so sick when she was young.

Word: Unabated – (Without any reduction in intensity or strength.)

Usage - "The storm was raging unabated"

Word: Arable – ((Of land) used or suitable for growing crops)

Usage - "How is earth’s arable land being reduced?”

Word: Feticide (Abortion)

Usage – Aditi was arrested on charges of attempted feticide.

Word: Diligent- Aving or showing care and conscientiousness in one's work or duties.

Usage - "After diligent searching, he found what he was looking for."

Word: Intrigue – (Arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.)

Usage - "I was intrigued by his painting."

Word: Futile (vain/useless)

Usage - "A futile attempt to keep fans from mounting/setting the stage"

Word: Familial – (Relating to family)

Usage - "The familial Christmas dinner is mandatory at our place."

Word: Evade (To avoid or escape from someone or something)

Usage – The police have assured the public that the escaped prisoners will not evade recapture for long.

Word: Conventional (Ordinary)

Usage – What a conventional attitude he has even though he is so famous.

Word: Plethora – (A very large amount of something, especially a large amount than you need, want or can deal with)

Usage – There are a plethora of books about the royal family.

Word: Quaint – (Attractive because of being unusual and especially old fashioned)

Usage –“What a quaint idea! “She said, laughing at him.

Word: Zen (Relax and not worry about things that you cannot change)

Usage- Don’t worry about doing the right thing with your son, be more Zen about it and you’ll be satisfied.

Word: Zenith – (The best or most successful point or time.

Usage – His career reached its zenith in the late ’90s.

Word: Culminated (Resulted or reach a climax/end)

Usage – Weeks of violence culminated in the brutal /harsh murder of a civil officer.

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