Vocabulary for IELTS Letter A Set 1
In order to get a good result in your IELTS test, it is essentially to have wide range of vocabulary. Regardless of whether you are preparing for the Academic Module or the General Training Module, you need to have a strong understanding of academic vocabulary.
The vocabulary pages on this site are designed to help you improve your vocabulary for IELTS in all the four skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and are divided into the letters.
For advanced users: DON’T click the link below to see the words – look at the sentences in the exercise below and see if you can put the correct answer.
Now complete the sentences below using one of the words above.
- You should use each word only once
- You may have to change the end of the word to fit the sentence (e.g. adding +ed)
- Sometimes an answer that is NOT in the list above is possible. The quiz will mark this as incorrect.
- The exercise below is deliberate a ‘fill in the gaps’ rather than multiple choice – it has been proven that the more often you write or type a word, the more likely you are to remember not only the word itself, but also the spelling.
Now practice your spelling of these 10 words.
Don’t look at the words above – just play the recording and type the word your hear.[WpProQuiz 14]