Cambridge IELTS Band 9 Vocab Secrets pdf
There are two parts of the IELTS exam in which the test asks some questions and you must create independent responses:
- the Speaking Test and
- the Writing Test.
Many students do not realise that the IELTS system uses a group of ten key topics to formulate all of these questions in Speaking and Writing.
If you understand these ten topics, and above all if you know some advanced vocabulary on each topic to use in your Speaking and Writing answers, you can make a huge difference to your IELTS Band score, even if your English contains some mistakes.
This book “Cambridge IELTS Band 9 vocab secrets” by Cambridge IELTS consultants introduces you to these ten IELTS topics.
Each of ten modules in the book summarizes the various elements of a topic, and gives an example Academic Task 2 Writing Task exactly like the ones you will see in the exam. It also explains how to answer the writing Task.
Each module then teaches a large amount of vocabulary related to the module topic, contained in a Band 9 model essay so that you see how the words are used in IELTS Writing.
It will help you in your journey of IELTS preparation.
Cambridge IELTS Band 9 Vocab Secrets pdf free download
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How to use this book?
This book will teach you a large amount of vocabulary of exactly the type that the IELTS examiners want to hear and see in the exam, covering the ten IELTS topics.
It is important that you prepare to answer questions on all of these ten topics, because they all may be used in the test.
Therefore, do not start by trying to remember all the words from Module 1, then all the words from Module 2 and so on.
Try to learn and practise a small number of words from Modules 1 to 10 at first, and then a slightly
larger group of words from Modules 1 to 10, and so on.
In this way, you will develop a wide IELTS vocabulary on all the topics, and not become a ‘specialist’ in just one topic.
Contents of the book.
- Vocabulary topics
- Topic 1: Work and careers
- Topic 2: Education and schooling
- Topic 3 Children and families
- Topic 4: Nature, the environment and energy
- Topic 5: Culture, art and traditions
- Topic 6: Healthcare, health and sport
- Topic 7: Global challenges
- Topic 8: Cities and infrastructure
- Topic 9: Countryside and agriculture
- Topic 10: Government and the authorities
- Developing your IELTS vocabulary
- Overview: The IELTS Academic Task 2 essay types
- The most common mistakes in IELTS Writing
- More from Cambridge IELTS Consultants
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