Top 4 IELTS Vocabulary Videos

Today you’ll see a list of the top 4 IELTS vocabulary videos for Speaking and Writing.

top 4 IELTS vocabulary videos

Our YouTube channel has over 240 videos!

Thus, it can be a mind-boggling task to sift through and find the best lessons.

So, let’s take a look at the most popular ones, and see what you can learn from them.

Vocabulary for Hopes and Dreams

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On IELTS Speaking and Writing, there are often questions about the future– your future, or the future of society.

The words and phrases in this video, like aspiration and pipe dream, are very high-scoring!

Vocabulary for News and Media

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All of the lexis in this lesson is formal, and can be used in Speaking and Writing.

Newsmedia, and government are all features of numerous IELTS questions, and, after this lesson, you’ll be able to use words like lobby and rhetoric.

 

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Vocabulary for Animals

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There have been some Speaking Part 1 and Part 3 questions recently about animals, but this topic could be found anywhere on the exam, even in Listening and Reading.

In this lesson, you’ll learn words like domesticated and battery farming.

Vocabulary for Music

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Even if music isn’t a part of your life, you still may be asked about it on IELTS!

After watching this video, you’ll be able to use words like homebody and front man.

What should you do with all the vocabulary you saw today?

Choose a total of 6 words.

These should be new words that you find interesting, and want to use.

Add them to your vocabulary notebook.

Talk out loud to yourself, and try to use the new words when you voice your thoughts about yourself and the world.

Talk about a situation in which you would say these new words/phrases.

Which words did you choose from today’s lessons?

Share your choices in the comments section below!

 

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