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Vocabulary Study Online by Level
Vocabulary Study Online By Level (VSOBL) is a Fast, Reliable, and Handy tool to prepare English exam vocabulary. (Available for all VIP accounts: US$2/Month). It has built-in word lists: 6000 IELTS words, 6000 TOEFL words, 5000 GRE words, and 3000 SAT words. You can load them by level with one click.
The 6000 IELTS Academic Words is an excellent supplement to 4000 IELTS Academic Words. If you finish the latter and still want to enhance your vocabulary skills, this list is an ideal option.
The list actually consists of 2000+ words that are not in the 4000 IELTS Academic Words, low frequency but useful in the IELTS academic test. So it would be best if you studied it after finishing the first 4000 words.
The list has Level 4 and Level 5 of IELTS Academic Vocabulary, following the 3 levels in the 4000 IELTS Academic Words. Each level's words are divided into four groups. We present them as the same as 4000 IELTS Academic Words, including features like online practices, printable materials, and word status management.
Words of Group 1: (Part of words, select list to view all.)
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abrasion n. scratch; friction; the process of rubbing away the surface of something Dust also is a significant cause of the abrasion of book papers and covers. Show examples and contexts
abundance n. great or plentiful amount; fullness to overflowing It is good for those who have in abundance to share with those who suffer from want. Show examples and contexts
acclaim v. applaud; announce with great approval The NBC sportscasters will acclaim every American victory in the Olympics. Show examples and contexts
accord n. settlement or compromise of conflicting opinions; written agreement between two states Although the accord is a small step forward, politicians worldwide have their work cut out for them. Show examples and contexts
accuser n. one who accuses; one who brings a charge of crime or fault I think the right to face your accuser is fundamental in that no one should be convicted on the evidence of an anonymous witness. Show examples and contexts
adept a. expert at; very skilled; having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude Williams was known as an adept improviser who effortlessly switched between classical, jazz, and pop styles. Show examples and contexts