آیلتس جنرال و آکادمیک
IELTS General and Academic
Less Common vocabulary
Vocabulary for IELTS
Nouns
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  • Instinct
    • It is instinct that tells the bird when to begin their migration.
  • Resemblance
    • There was a striking family resemblance between brothers.
  • Rivalry
    • Rivalry between job candidates
  • Temperament
    • A fiery temperament
  • Upbringing
    • strict upbringing can have serious repercussions.
  • Consequence
    • Beneficial/adverse/ deleterious
  • Milestone
    • Moving from his parents’ house was a real milestone in his life.
  • Asset
    • Knowledge of language is a real asset in this kind of job.
  • Craving
    • I have a craving for chocolate. / I have a craving to see the world.
  • Nutrient
    • A healthy diet should provide all your essential nutrients.
  • Attitude
  • Fulfillment
    • Professional
      • He gets a lot of fulfilment through his charity work.
  • Insight
    • It was an interesting book full of fascinating insights into human relationships.
  • Outlook
    • The outlook for economy is bleak.
    • Travel broadens your outlook.
  • Controversy
    • The policy has caused fierce controversy ever since it was introduced.
  • Inhabitant
    • A city of 5 million inhabitants
  • Itinerary
    • Plan your itinerary before you travel
  • Ecological balance
  • Flora and fauna
  • Predator and prey
  • Hindsight
    • With the benefit of hindsight, I should have taken the job.
  • Impact
    • Profound/tremendous/future
  • Isolation
    • After all guests left, she experienced a feeling of complete isolation.
  • Multiculturalism
  • Proportion
    • A considerable proportion of people suffer from insomnia.
  • Dilemma
    • She faces a dilemma of disobeying her father or losing the mans he loves.
  • Obstacle
  • Setback
    • There has been a setback in the plans.
  •  Biodiversity
  • Prospects
    • Bright job prospects
  • Deterrent
    • Measures/effects
 
  • Inequality
    • Gender inequality
  • Intent
    • It was not my intent to annoy anyone.
  • Recklessness
    • Recklessness in driving contributed to a deadly car accident.
  • Exposure
    • You should always limit your exposure to the sun.
  • Stimulus
    • Foreign investment has been a stimulus to the industry.