High-Scoring IELTS Vocab. for Fun Times

Today you’ll learn some high-scoring IELTS vocab. to describe fun in IELTS Speaking.

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When would you have to talk about something like this?

Surprisingly, there is a high probability that you could use today’s vocabulary on your Speaking Exam.

In Part 1, there are often questions about your experiences, and also about things you enjoy in general.

In fact, the word ‘enjoy‘ is in the first question for many topics.

For instance, you could be asked:

What kind of movies do you enjoy watching?

Did you enjoy reading when you were a child?

Thus, even though today’s vocabulary is entertaining, it is also easy to fit into your answers to impress the examiner.

 

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High-Scoring words for Fun Times

A hoot– Although a bit old, this polite slang term is still used, albeit sarcastically sometimes. The examiner would still enjoy hearing it on the test.

I know this is weird, but I think horror flicks are a hoot!

A blast– Many natives use this slang term to describe something that was really fun.

I had a blast last night at the baseball game.

Next-level (fun)– This is a very native way to add emphasis to anything, positive or negative, to say ‘next-level’ before the adjective.

The character in this book is next-level crazy.

Stellar / sick / wicked /rad– These are all perfectly native adjectives to use instead of ‘fun’ or ‘awesome‘.

How would you use today’s vocabulary?

Tell us about your fun times in the comments section below!

 

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