Video: Vocabulary for IELTS Slang and Idioms for ‘Fun’

Today you’ll learn native slang and idioms for ‘fun’ to use on IELTS Speaking. Click here for your free Video IELTS Masterclass! In order to get a 7+ for Vocabulary on IELTS Speaking, as you learned in the last video lesson, you have to use some informal vocabulary, like slang and idioms. In Speaking Part 1, there are always questions about things you like. So, being able to use today’s descriptions for good times will definitely help your Vocabulary score!

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4 Native Phrases for ‘Fun’ 1. Killer– very awesome I’m reading a killer book right now, the prequel to Dune. 2. Scratches an itch– satisfies a need or want The Dune book scratches my itch for sci-fi. I need to eat a big piece of chocolate cake sometimes, to scratch my itch for sugar and chocolate. 3. Legendary– very amazing I think the movie Bohemian Rhapsody is legendary. 4. And hijinks ensued– fun, active, and/or silly stuff then happened I met my friend Meghan for coffee yesterday. We began by just normally talking about our lives, but, quickly, hijinks ensued. We ended up acting out stories, standing up, flailing our bodies, and people stared at us. Share this video if you found it helpful! In our online IELTS course, 3 Keys IELTS, we give you all the strategies and practice you need to score highly on all parts of the IELTS exam.
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