Words of Topic: Plan

Word group for topic: Plan, it helps both IELTS and TOEFL test takers prepare speaking and writing answers on this particular topic.
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 Word Group By Topic: Plan
schedule  Speak
n.
timetable
Everything is going according to schedule.
schedule  Speak
v.
arrange or plan (an event) to take place at a particular time
All other events scheduled for tomorrow will go ahead as planned.
allocate  Speak
v.
to set apart for a particular purpose
You should allocate the same amount of time to each question.
overestimate  Speak
v.
estimate (something) to be better, larger, or more important than it really is
While girls lack confidence, boys often overestimate their abilities.
accomplish  Speak
v.
to succeed in reaching (a stage in a progression)
You should accomplish the task within the allotted time.
productive  Speak
a.
resulting in or providing a large amount or supply of something
Training makes workers highly productive.
prioritize  Speak
v.
designate or treat (something) as more important than other things
Make lists of what to do and prioritize your tasks.
postpone  Speak
v.
delay, put off
They decided to postpone their holiday until next year.
procrastination  Speak
n.
the action of delaying or postponing something
Procrastination is the thief of time.
execution  Speak
n.
the carrying out or putting into effect of a plan, order, or course of action
Dreams without execution are nothing.
to-do list  Speak
n.
a list of tasks that need to be completed, typically organized in order of priority
Each day I work from my to-do list, adding items and marking off tasks that are complete at about the same rate, if things are going well.
fascinate  Speak
v.
attract, draw the attention and interest of (someone)
The kids were fascinated with their new toy.
fulfill  Speak
v.
to bring into actuality; effect or make real
I'm hopeful that they'll fulfill the task on time.
perseverance  Speak
n.
continued effort and determination
Perseverance can sometimes equal genius in its results.
cope with  Speak
v.
deal with
You will learn to cope with the stresses and strains of public life.
first-hand  Speak
a.
direct from the original source
School trips give children firsthand experience not available in the classroom.
concise  Speak
a.
giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words, brief
Whatever you are writing make sure you are clear, concise, and accurate.
objective  Speak
n.
something that you plan to do or achieve, purpose
His objective was to play golf and win.
self-control  Speak
n.
control or restraint of oneself or one's actions, feelings
I began to wish I'd shown more self-control.