IELTS TASK-2, Writing

Ielts Task-2 Writing: In this task candidates are supposed to write an essay of at least 250 words on a topic, requiring them to put forward an argument in a format that the instructions lay down. This 40-minute Task requires to be handled in a clever and decent to fetch a good band.

Don’t upset: if you could not learn all of the word lists: quality is more important than quantity! you do not have to learn all of these phrases. Just choose a few that you like and practice using them in your writing. it is also important that you need to learn vocabulary to make your essay look animated and eloquent with rich English words and one way of doing it is to practice vocabulary words. Following is a list that might help the ielts vocabulary seekers:

Stay connected: Keep communicating

Squander: spend extravagantly

Supersede: Replace, if a new idea supersedes an other one

Ludicrous: absurd

Spooky: mysteriously or uncannily frightening and weird

bite the hand that feeds you: To harm somebody who has helped you or supported you

Feed your face​: (informal, usually disapproving) to eat a lot of food or too much food

Tabloids: Gossip newspaper

Periodical: A newspaper or magazine published at regular intervals

Gutter press: Newspaper based on just sensational news

Celebrity endorsement: A celebrity is paid to market a product

absence (noun): the fact of somebody/something not existing or not being available; a lack of something –

Feast one’s eyes on: to enjoy the sight of someone or something

bid: an offer to buy or provide something at a specific price

phantom: seeming to appear to someone

blacklist (verb): to put the name of a person, a company, a product or a country on a blacklist (a list of the names of people, companies, products or countries that an organization or a government considers unacceptable and that must be avoided)

Eerie: mysteriously or uncannily frightening and weird

consortium: an organization of several businesses or banks joining together as a group for a shared purpose

rein 1 / reɪn / noun countable usually plural ] a long narrow band of leather that is fastened around a horse’s head in order to control it

convene: to gather for a meeting

deadline: a time or day by which something must be done

Naive: Not having much experience so that you trust people too much

defer: to arrange for something to happen at a later time

divert: to use something for a different purpose –

etiquette: a set of rules about behaviour for people in a particular profession

Doe eyes: Big eyes

Siphon off something: Gradually steal money or goods

have a field day: to take advantage of an opportunity to do something you enjoy:

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