Words of Topic: Life

Word group for topic: Life, it helps to enhance speaking and writing skills in English tests, especially for ESL students who are working for IELTS, TOEFL, and GRE exams.
 Word Group By Topic: Life
boring  Speak
a.
not interesting; tedious
It's boring to sit on the plane with nothing to read.
special  Speak
a.
not ordinary or usual
Personally, I don't think there's just one best age, each stage of life has something special about it.
limitation  Speak
n.
if someone or something has limitations, that person or thing is not as good as he, she, or it could be
Some people never allow themselves to feel limitations — either because they refuse to admit their failures.
hectic  Speak
a.
full of activity, or very busy and fast
At that time, my friends and I had a really hectic schedule to prepare for starting university.
tiny  Speak
a.
extremely small
We shared with others every tiny thing in our daily life.
enjoy  Speak
v.
to get pleasure from something
I enjoyed my life the most when I was a young university student.
challenging  Speak
a.
difficult, in a way that tests your ability or determination
As a university student, my life was probably more challenging, but at the same time, it was exciting as well.
exciting  Speak
a.
making you feel excited
As a university student, my life was probably more challenging, but at the same time, it was exciting as well.
confidence  Speak
n.
the quality of being certain of your abilities or of having trust in people, plans, or the future
She's certainly gained confidence over the last couple of years.
optimism  Speak
n.
hopefulness and confidence about the future or the successful outcome of something
Her optimism seemed to infect all those around her.
memorable  Speak
a.
likely to be remembered or worth remembering
That was a memorable day to me, for it made great changes in me.
productive  Speak
a.
having positive results
I still miss them who taught me how to make a successful and productive life.
companion  Speak
n.
used in the title of a type of book that gives you information on a particular subject or tells you how to do something
These books were the perfect companion to help me do that.
suburban  Speak
a.
relating to a suburb
I spent my childhood in a suburban area.
enthralling  Speak
a.
keeping someone's interest and attention completely
I found the books absolutely enthralling!
inquisitive  Speak
a.
wanting to discover as much as you can about things
We decided to head into the nearby pine forest, away from the potentially inquisitive eyes of our group.
extraordinary  Speak
a.
very unusual and special
She was an extraordinary woman, and no one will ever forget her.
fulfill  Speak
v.
to satisfy someone or to make someone feel happy
I feel that my present way of life really fulfills me.
break down  Speak
v.
to separate, or to separate something, into smaller parts
You can break down the path from "here" to "there" into small, manageable steps that you can more easily take.
manageable  Speak
a.
easy or possible to deal with
The work has been divided into smaller, more manageable sections.
motivation  Speak
n.
willingness to do something, or something that causes such willingness
You need a lot of motivation to succeed.
sustain  Speak
v.
to cause or allow something to continue for a period of time
So, you can more easily experience successes that can sustain your motivation.
consistently  Speak
adv.
in a way that does not change
So, you can consistently put one step in front of the other and move forward.
tangible  Speak
a.
real and able to be shown or touched
When you see these tangible choices, changes are easier.
symbolic  Speak
a.
representing something else
It's symbolic, as I enjoy creating those moments of joy and experiences for them.
experiment  Speak
n.
a test done in order to learn something or to discover if something works
We experiment with living in new places, hanging out with new people.
slightly  Speak
adv.
a little
Everyone's stages are slightly different because every one of us is slightly different.
stick  Speak
v.
to push a pointed object into or through something
The goal is to stick with the ones that go well and move on.
excel  Speak
v.
to be extremely good at something
I am not genetically inclined to ever excel at anything athletic whatsoever.
inevitable  Speak
a.
certain to happen
At some point, we all must admit the inevitable: life is short, not all of our dreams can come true.
commit  Speak
v.
to decide or promise to use something for a particular purpose
So we should carefully pick and choose what we have the best shot at and commit to it.
subsequent  Speak
a.
happening after something else
Developing through each subsequent stage of life grants us greater control over our happiness and well-being.
dependent  Speak
a.
needing the support of something or someone in order to continue existing or operating
It is horrible that a person is wholly dependent on other people's actions and approval to be happy.