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IELTS Trends Describing Language

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1. (adj.) A sharp rise or fall - almost straight up and down

2. (v.) To be stable - to stay the same

3. (v.) To reach a maximum value

4. (v.) To increase two times

5. (a connector) on the other hand - as an opposite

6. (adj.) Looking at everything together

7. (adv.) Slowly over a period of time

8. (adj.) Medium; average; not extreme in quality - degree - or amount

9. (adj.) Step-by-step; proceeding in small stages or degrees

10. (adj.) Consistent - even and regular change

11. (v.) To move up and down over a period of time

12. (adj.) Happening in a short period of time; abrupt; rapid

13. (v.) To decrease

14. (adv.) In a manner that is consistent - even and regular

15. (v.) To be stable - to stay the same

16. (adv.) Every year; once a year; per year

17. (v.) To change from a fall or a rise and become level

18. (adv.) To a very small amount - degree - or extent

19. (adv.) adv. In a sudden - great - and noticeable manner

20. (adv.) In a manner that is kept within reasonable or proper limits; not extreme - excessive - or intense

21. (v.) To become smaller or less.

22. (v.) To g to a restaurant for a meal

23. (adj.) Sudden - great - and noticeable

24. (adv.) changing only a little bit

25. (v.) To be stable - to stay the same

26. (adj.) Very small in amount - degree - or extent

27. (v.) To start at a particular figure or place

28. (adj.) Every year; once a year; per year

29. (adv.) Happening quickly - abruptly - rapidly

30. (v.) To become greater or more

31. (v.) To fall or decline rapidly

32. (adj.) Having to do with time

33. (v.) To decrease two times

34. (v.) To go upward with gradual or continuous progress

35. (v.) To gradually become less - worse - or lower

36. (v.) To go up

37. (adj.) Engaged in or connected with business - trade - manufactured goods - or company products

38. (adv.) To sharply rise or fall - almost straight up and down

39. (n.) All the changes over time; a pattern