MOST COMMON WORDS & SYNONYMS used in IELTS WRITING TASKS (Part 1)

Most common words and synonyms for IELTS writing
Vocabulary for IELTS

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Dear Readers

This is a listing of Commonly used words in IELTS Writing Tasks that we usually get bothered and thoughtful about. This is a concise listing to help you improve your appropriacy in writing tasks. This list has two parts, and the first is shared below, with valuable inputs from candidates doing IELTS practice each day.

MOST COMMON WORDS & SYNONYMS Used in IELTS WRITING TASKS – List 1

SUBJECT– Domain, Course, Specialization, Core Discipline, Field, Major, Resource

PROBLEM – Issues, Hurdles, Troubles, Troubles, Barriers, Deterrent, Mess, Obstacles, Roadblock

LEARN – To Study, Grasp, Acquiring, Imbibe, Gain, Explore, Enrich, Flourish, Attain Knowledge

LEARNERS – Students, Pupils, Scholars, Knowledge, Gainer

KNOWLEDGE – Wisdom, Intellect, Information, Skill, Resource, Mastery

FREEDOM – Liberty, Independence, Relief, Liberation, Set Free, Emancipation

IMPORTANT – Predominant, Imperative, Crucial, Pivotal, Vital, Significant, Notable, Momentous, Remarkable, Historic, Outstanding, Fundamental, Basic, Essential

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY – Scientific Know-How, Applied Science, Automation, Mechanization, Hi-Tech, Techie

SITUATION – Circumstance, Condition, Atmosphere, Context, Instance

CHILDREN – Tots, Kids, Ward, Pre-Teens, Blooming Buds, Adolescents, Youngsters, Progenies, Offspring, Descendants

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