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IELTS Speaking Vocabulary: Which words to use to get a high score?

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Vocabulary (Lexical Resource) is one of the marking criteria of IELTS Speaking. The examiner assesses how rich your vocabulary is, whether you use synonyms, various fixed expressions and phrasal verbs .

Vocabulary (Lexical Resource) is one of the marking criteria of IELTS Speaking. The examiner assesses how rich your vocabulary is, whether you use synonyms, various fixed expressions and phrasal verbs .

If your goal is 7.0 or higher, you need to use advanced words and phrases to demonstrate the variety of your vocabulary.

Use a variety of expressions and words to express your point of view:

It was good. Very good.

Really good, yes! Nice, very nice.

Usually, we use simple words in informal conversations. In IELTS Speaking, however, you need to use more complicated words (to get a high score) despite the informality of this part.

It was amazing. Really enjoyable.

Fantastic! Exceptional.

Do you feel the difference? Of course, we exaggerate this way: good is not the same as amazing. But what does it sound like? And it doesn’t matter if it was really just "good". The examiners do not assess the content, but the vocabulary, and it should be rich.

So, we try to use these words which are more complicated:


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