IELTS Energy 466: How to Revitalize Your IELTS Vocab. Notebook

revitalize IELTS vocab. notebookToday you’ll learn how to revitalize your IELTS vocab. notebook!

Where do you find vocabulary to add to your notebook? Native speaker material.

The key to getting high scores for vocab., in both Speaking and Writing, is using interesting words that other students aren’t using.

We just added a lesson to our course, The 3 Keys IELTS Success System, guiding students in creating a 16-page vocabulary notebook.

Firstly, you must realize that this collection is not for Reading and Listening. It is productive vocab. to increase your Speaking and Writing scores.

At the beginning of this notebook, you should have a one-page cheat sheet for Speaking Parts 1 and 2, collecting interesting adjectives and adverbs that are easy to use in a variety of answers.

Developing a high-level of vocabulary, in addition, will help your communication in real life, not just IELTS. Enjoying language, appreciating and experimenting with beautiful phrases, is a positive life-long habit!

The key to learning these words is PRACTICE. You have to keep this notebook in front of you and force yourself to use them.

 

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You can first get a feel for them alone, by talking out loud to yourself.

Then, find a speaking partner, in person or online, and use these words in dialogue with another person.

There are 3 sections to our guided lesson in the course, teaching you exactly how to collect the words, how to record them, and how to utilize them before test day.

One important piece of advice is to make this vocabulary part of your life. You must review these words at least twice a week.

Our student Vitor is a great example of dedicating yourself to your IELTS preparation in order to get the scores you need.

Ryoki, another 3 Keys success student who never has to take IELTS again, is another great example of how to make English a part of your life.

A great resource for vocab. is watching documentaries, like the recent series by Ken Burns about the Vietnam War, on PBS in America.

How do you collect IELTS vocabulary?

Share your tips in the comments section below!

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