Writing آیلتس جنرال و آکادمیک : استفاده از صفات غیرمعمول(Uncommon Adjectives)  درSpeaking و 
 
در زبان انگلیسی ، استفاده از صحیح و دقیق  از صفت (به عنوان Modifier  ) جهت توضیح بیشتر در خصوص اسم باعث وزین شدن کلام می شود.بسیاری از داوطلبین آزمون آیلتس، از صفات رایج و کلی استفاده می کنند و این موضوع باعث معمولی به نظر رسیدن جملات آنها می گردد. همانگونه که در مقاله "دلایل کاهش نمرات Writing   آیلتس" اشاره کردیم یکی از راهکارهای افزایش نمره در Writing  آیلتس استفاده از لغات غیرمعمول اما درست است. یکی از ساده ترین راه های استفاده از واژگان غیر معمول، استفاده از صفاتی است که کمتر رایج هستند.استفاده  از این گونه صفات Uncommon در Speaking  و Writing  آیلتس باعث افزایش نمره شما در این دو مهارت خواهد شد. این امر روی معیار  Style و Collocation  هم بی تاثیر نخواهد بود. 
لیست زیر صفات کاربردی کتاب Vocabulary For IELTS Intermediate را به شما هدیه می دهد. برای هر صفت یک یا چند اسم کلی برگزیده شده و یک مثال نوشته شده است.
  • Burgeoning: demand, industry
    • There has recently been a burgeoning demand for sth
  • Thriving: industry/economy
    • Tourism is a thriving industry in many countries in the world.
  • Fundamental: mistake/change/problem/question/importance
    • We need to make some fundamental changes to the way in which we treat our environment.
  • Influential : Artist/book/role/writer
    • Haruki Murakami is an influential writer in 21st century.
  • Monotonous: work /job/ routine
    • He is sick and tired of his monotonous job.
  • Inspirational: leader/story/message
    • His story was really inspirational and made me make some big changes to my attitude towards life.
  • Mundane: Task/matter
    • Mundane matters like paying the bills do not interest me.
  • Stimulating: idea/teacher
    • As a teacher, he has always had stimulating ideas which inspire teachers.
  • Attention-grabbing: tv program/ book
    • An attention-grabbing wild life documentary
  • Informative: seminar/talk/article
    • TED talks are mostly informative and stimulating.
  • Pervasive: influence/corruption
    • The influence of Freud’s is pervasive in her books.
  • Superficial: resemblance/ likeness/level
    • There is only a superficial resemblance between her children.
  • Intent: look/gaze/stare
    • She was staring at her intently.
  • Reckless: driving
    • Reckless driving contributes to nasty accidents.
  • Drastic: change/improvement/solution
    • Drastic measures should be taken to stop the growing rate of crimes.
  • Advantageous
    • Travelling has proved highly advantageous for tourists.
  • Devastating: consequence/effect
    • The drought in Iran has had devastating consequences on agriculture.
  • Fruitless: effort/attempt
    • It was a fruitless effort to persuade the policeman not to fine me.
  • Impracticable: change
    • It is impracticable to have so many people all trying  to use this equipment at the same time.
  • Insoluble: problem
    • Traffic congestion in megacities seems to be an insoluble problem.
  • Irreparable: damage
    • An irreparable damage has been inflicted to the coastline because of the trash.
  • Irreversible: damage
    • Smoking has caused irreversible damage to his lungs.
  • Pristine: condition
    • My father works in a pristine office in Tehran.
  • Unprecedented: on an unprecedented scale
    • This century has witnessed environmental destruction on an unprecedented scale.
  • Viable: approach
    • This is a commercially viable plan.
  • Booming: economy/industry
    • The tourism and leisure industry are booming.
  • Catastrophic: impact/result
    • An unchecked increase in the use of fossil fuels could have catastrophic results for the planet.
  • Decent: salary/society
    • I would change my I job if I was offered a job with a decent salary.
  • Double-edged: Sword
    • The company’s program to hire native English teachers is a double-edged sword because it has led to the local teacher’s dissatisfaction.
  • Overpriced: shoes
    • These shoes are very nice, but they are terribly overpriced.
  • Pressing: need/issues/question
    • A pressing need for housing can be seen in Tehran.
  • Staggering: Proportion
    • It costs a staggering $ 50 000 per week to keep the museum open to the public.
  • Productive: meeting/worker
    • We had a very productive meeting,we sorted out many problems.
  • Cutting-edge: technology
    • A cutting-edge smart phone with newest applications
  • Labour-saving: device/Machinery
    • A labour-saving machine in the factory
  • State-of-the-art: technology
  • Inevitable: result/ consequence/outcome/accident
    • The accident was an inevitable outcome of reckless driving.
  • Vulnerable: economy/people/ situation/stage
    • Tourists are vulnerable to attack as they do not know which part of the city to avoid.
  • Domesticated: animal
    • Dogs are the first animals to be domesticated.
  • Stunning: beauty/success/effect
    • A stunning view of Niagara waterfall.
  • Studious: student
    • Although he was not a studious student, he used to do well at school.
  • Rewarding: job/career/experience
    • A voluntary and rewarding job