In this IELTS Vocabulary lesson for people aiming for a Band 7+ score, I take a deep look at words related to the “language” topic along with collocations (vocabulary words that go together often) for each of them.
You’ll learn how you can take basic words that you already know and use them to write, speak, and understand better and more natural English. For IELTS Band 7+ students, collocations are incredibly important for high-level vocabulary skills.
The words in this video are talk, tell, concept, and speak and there are 6 collocations available for each word.Watch more IELTS Master Vocabulary videos
All definitions are from Oxford Dictionary and collocations are from Just The Word
Muhammad Anwar Hossan
Hi, this is Anwar from Bangladesh.
In Ielts listening there is common requirement like write no more then three words. What does it mean? Does it mean one can write a single word or three words for instance – West or West Green Road ?
If someone write only west then whether it is a right answer or wrong?
One word is possible. You do need to answer the question with reasonable detail, however. So if it asked you for a road name, you’d need to write West Green Road.
1. I love that *Master Lee* makes you sound like a kung fu expert.
2. Your videos are so professional, well designed, and super clear.
Hi this is Camila from Quito Ecuador.
Thank you for the valuable lesson! It was amazing.
Here are my examples:
I talked to my best friends for hours last night, she was telling me this juicy history of her last trip to India.
Not so long ago I had to give a talk to some medical doctors at my university, It was very challenging.
My grandfather told me a tale about aliens last night.
My mom just told me she is arriving in 5 minutes and I’m not ready yet.
Teachers introduce new concepts every time they can.
Even if the concept was really difficult I grapt it right away.
Actions speak volumes than words.
I really want to speak English eloquently, it’s my new year’s resolution!