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The most important skill when learning English, or any language, is having a wide range of vocabulary for recognition and production. Vocabulary carries meaning and is vital for communication, much more so than grammar.
Having the ability to produce a wide range of vocabulary accurately and appropriately will enable you to score well in the Speaking and Writing tests.
Additionally, the ability to recognize a wide range of vocabulary will have a positive impact on your Listening and Reading scores.
Click on the links below for information on different aspects of vocabulary.
Common topics that you will encounter in the IELTS Speaking and Writing tests. Word lists that will enable you to
score well and a selection of idioms that should only be used in the IELTS Speaking test
and General Training Writing Task 1 informal letters.
Advice on how to increase your general English vocabulary and the positive impact it can have on all your IELTS tests scores.