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IELTS Vocab

Subjects : ielts, english, vocabulary
Instructions:
  • Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. To replace or balance the effect of something bad






2. Not as important as other things or people in a particular activity - idea - or situation






3. Priority






4. To remain alive or continue to exist for a long time






5. The price you pay to travel somewhere by bus - train - plane etc






6. Difficult - strict - or severe






7. Wild






8. A very bad situation that someone is in






9. Evil -wicked -dishonest






10. Set on fire






11. One who takes part in a riot






12. Put an end to






13. Terrible -frightful






14. Coarse and savage






15. Headless - careless






16. Clever - having new ideas






17. An animal that is nocturnal is active at night






18. Cry loud and long






19. Jealousy






20. To explain something






21. Unclear - not certain






22. Ceremony






23. Small group






24. Causing or showing fear -wonder or rspect






25. To chnage and develop a new form






26. Customer






27. Talk wildly






28. Make known






29. Find out






30. Not looking/studying carefully






31. Decrease






32. Contempt






33. Signal by a motion of the hand or head






34. Sb who is eating in a restaurant






35. Speak - express






36. Starvation






37. Feed






38. Keeper -gaurd






39. Small animals that are troublesome or destructive






40. To examine someone or something very carefully






41. To make someone pay money as a punishment






42. Swear - curse






43. To work very hard for a long period of time






44. Reasonably






45. To buy something or spend money or time on something - because it will be useful for you






46. Liquid from your mouth






47. Mental/visual/cognitive/hearing etc impairment






48. A gas or other substance that is sent into the air






49. Make stronger






50. A strong desire to achieve something