“Attitudes to language” IELTS words
Cambridge IELTS-9 academic reading part high level words. If your target score 6.5 and higher, you should know these words.
There are lots of IELTS exam methods and tactics to get a high score is available. However, if you have a lack of information, they only help up to a point. Based on this topic, I made my IELTS preparation with complete my information on the upper level (B2-C1-C2) vocabularies and tried taking note of frequently used words. I thought it would be good to learn. IELTS There is a lot of non-ordinary words in the academic reading exam, and many of them are used to create a mess. However, when you examine all tests with a different view, you will see that there are many words used again and again. Extra vocabularies will help you to understand to reading part more efficiently.
Cambridge IELTS preparation series book 9 section 3, reading 1 I have noted the words in the academic reading part “ Attitudes to language ” Again, maybe all of these are not exactly the necessary words for the exam, but I think people should take a look. Because if you have to get a good score, you should know something good.
The order of the words is relative to the order in which the reading is used. Descriptions are also given in the Cambridge dictionary. Here is the reading unknown words.
Attitudes to language IELTS words
|Descriptive||something that tells you what something or someone is like|
|Deteriorate||to become worse|
|İnvective||criticism that is very forceful, unkind, and often rude|
|Exempt||to excuse someone or something from a duty, payment, etc.|
|Aptitude||a natural ability or skill|
|Descriptivist||believing that books about language should describe how language is really used, rather than giving rules to follow saying what is correct and not correct|
|Prescriptivism||the belief that there are correct and wrong ways to use language and that books about language should give rules to follow, rather than describing how language is really used|
|Propound||to suggest a theory, belief, or opinion for other people to consider|
|Deviation||to do something that is different from the usual or common way of behaving|
|Codify||to arrange something, such as laws or rules, into a system|
|Beneath||in or to a lower position than someone or something, under someone or something|
|Dispute||an argument or disagreement, especially an official one between, for example, workers and employers or two countries with a common border|
|Prescribe||(of a doctor) to say what medical treatment someone should have/
to tell someone what they must have or do, or to make a rule of something
|Proscribe||(of a government or other authority) to not allow something|
|Halting||stopping often while you are saying or doing something, especially because you are nervous|
|Legislation||a law or set of laws suggested by a government and made official by a parliament|
|Tenet||one of the principles on which a belief or theory is based|
|Pointless||Something that is pointless has no purpose, and it is a waste of time doing it|
|Misrepresent||to describe falsely an idea, opinion, or situation, often in order to get an advantage|
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