Category Archives: IELTS Vocabulary

50 Words You Must Know for the IELTS Listening Exam

Here are 50 common words from the IELTS Listening Section.  Know the meaning of these words and know how to spell them correctly on your answer sheet! *LISTENING TIP* If you spell your answer wrong on the IELTS Listening, you will get the question wrong. Memorize these most common words and be able to spell them correctly. 1 – Days of… Read More »

IELTS Vocabulary – Quick Quiz

Try this exercise to improve your IELTS vocabulary. Time yourself for 2 minutes. Then check your answer to see how well you did! 1.      similar A. You must try hard to do well in your courses. _____ 2.      tutor B. My twin sister and I look very _____. _____ 3.      attend C. Kara failed biology last term, so now… Read More »

IELTS Vocabulary – Quick Quiz

Try this exercise to improve your IELTS vocabulary. Time yourself for 2 minutes. Then check your answer to see how well you did! _____ 1.      punctual A. My silk blouse feels very soft and slippery. _____ 2.      expect B. Jim does not eat nuts because of his allergies. _____ 3.      accomplishment C. I think our guests will come around … Read More »

IELTS Vocabulary – Quick Quiz

Try this quiz to improve your IELTS vocabulary. Time yourself for 2 minutes. Then check your answer to see how well you did! _____ 1.      sharp A. There are students here from many countries. _____ 2.      stable B. Universities _____ their students and award degrees. _____ 3.      educate C. My mother is very calm. She never cries or yells. _____… Read More »

IELTS Vocabulary – Quick Quiz

Try this quiz to improve your IELTS vocabulary. Time yourself for 2 minutes. Then check your answer to see how well you did! _____ 1.      mood A. I eat eggs for breakfast and chicken for lunch. _____ 2.      mix B. Sarah is feeling very serious today. _____ 3.      light meal C. People with diabetes must watch what they eat. _____… Read More »

IELTS Vocabulary – Quick Quiz

Try this quiz to improve your IELTS vocabulary. Time yourself for 2 minutes. Then check your answer to see how well you did! _____ 1.      mood A. I eat eggs for breakfast and chicken for lunch. _____ 2.      mix B. Sarah is feeling very serious today. _____ 3.      light meal C. People with diabetes must watch what they eat. _____… Read More »

Use Your Computer as a Library!

Download & Print this Activity Print and download the attached worksheet to learn more about libraries and about the United States Library of Congress. Use Your Computer As a Library! Here are some online sites that you can use to read stories and articles.   Oxford Primary http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/teacher    Children’s Storybooks Online http://www.magickeys.com/books/    Stories to Read Online http://beenleigss.eq.edu.au/requested_sites/storiesontheweb/   … Read More »

IELTS Essay – Compare & Contrast – Using Transition Words

This is an IELTS activity to help students master the use of transition words. Transition words are extremely important in writing a good essay and scoring well on the IELTS. They can mean the difference between a 6 or a 7, for example.   DIRECTIONS: FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE APPROPRIATE TRANSITION/SIGNAL WORD.   Question: Some people believe… Read More »