Wild animals isn’t the most common IELTS topic, but as you’ll see, it is a very flexible one that you can use even if you aren’t directly asked about it. In this article, I’ll share some Vocabulary with definitions, examples and sample answers.
Where you grew up is a huge part of most people’s personality. As a result, it is something that comes up frequently in the IELTS exam. It is especially common in IELTS speaking, but you might also see it in the other sections. On this page, you can find practice questions on hometowns, hometowns band nine sample answers and a list of IELTS hometown vocabulary.
Most students waste lots of time when they’re studying vocabulary for the IELTS exam.
In fact, it’s easy for learners to spend a lot of time on activities that are easy but don’t help them make progress. We’ve made articles in the past about how not to study IELTS vocabulary, but what should you do if you want to make progress? This guide shows you four techniques you can use to effectively improve your vocabulary in less time.
Along with their keys and wallet, a mobile phone is something most people take outside with them every time they leave the house. Mobile phones can be a topic that comes up in the IELTS speaking exam, but you might also get questions about an object you find useful or something that is important to you. This makes able to describe how you use your phone essential for the IELTS speaking exam.
One of the most common topics you will come across in the IELTS speaking exam is the world of work. People spend a lot of time at work, so it makes sense that jobs come up a lot in this exam. On this page, you can find practice questions, a sample answer video, as well as some common vocabulary.