Lindsay McMahon
"The English Adventurer"
Jessica Beck
"Director of IELTS Training"

Today you’ll learn high-scoring vocabulary for pie charts to use in IELTS Writing Task 1.

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When you get a pie chart in IELTS Writing Task 1, you basically only need to describe the most extreme numbers.

That means the biggest/highest, and the lowest/smallest. Knowing this makes memorizing vocabulary easy!

So, when aiming to use impressive vocabulary in your Task 1 essays, remember it’s all about the adjectives.

For pie charts, line graphs and bar graphs, you can use this vocabulary.


Instead of highest/biggest, say:

Most colossal

Most immense

Most tremendous


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Instead of lowest/smallest, say:

Most mediocre

Most modest

Most meager

Lots of ‘m’ adjectives today!

Practice using this vocabulary in your next IELTS Task 1 essay.

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How would you use today’s vocabulary to describe numbers in a Task 1 essay?

Share your example sentences in the comments section below!


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