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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. Evil -wicked -dishonest






2. The continuous changes and problems that affect a situation or someone's life






3. To hit or knock hard against sth






4. A line [ - ] used in writing






5. Hunger






6. A large noisy crowd






7. All the plants that grow in a particular place






8. Very basic






9. Tricky - sly






10. Admit to be true






11. A careless or stupid mistake






12. Representative






13. Wild






14. Relating to the earth






15. To explain the meaning of something






16. Cripple - disable - cause to loose an arm -leg or other parts of the body






17. The right to vote in national elections






18. Liquid from your mouth






19. Done deliberately and usually intended to cause harm






20. To completely get rid of something such as a disease or a social problem






21. Win over to do or believe -convince






22. To behave in a silly and funny way






23. Give away to the enemy






24. A thick yellow or brown sauce that tastes spicy






25. Clever






26. Goods that are carried by ship - train - or aircraft - and the system of moving these goods






27. Come out - come up






28. A common river-fish






29. A trap






30. A very bad situation that someone is in






31. Arrive






32. Having two wives or two husbands at the same time






33. Unequal - in an unfair way






34. Listening to or watching someone carefully because you are interested






35. Dishonest person who tricks and deceives people






36. Stay on






37. Most important and that needs attention before anything else






38. A period of time between two dates or events






39. Young






40. Having too muh pride in one's ability - looks - etc






41. In spite of






42. Murder






43. Tell beforehand






44. The power you have because of your official position






45. Not planned or expected






46. To dare - to expose to risk






47. Cruel or unfair control over other people






48. A woman who tried to gain the right to vote for women especially as a member of a group in Britain or the US in the early 20th century






49. Not real - but seeming real






50. In order to