Research using twins IELTS words
Cambridge IELTS-11 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 11 section 4, reading 1. I have noted the words in the academic reading part “Research using twins ” 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.
Research using twins IELTS words
|Precious||of great value because of being rare, expensive, or important /
behaving in a very formal and unnatural way by giving too much attention to details that are not important and trying too hard to be perfect
|Untangle||to remove the knots from an untidy mass of string, wire, etc. and separate the different threads /
to make a complicated subject or problem, or its different parts, clear and able to be understood
|Identical||exactly the same, or very similar|
|Fraternal||relating to brothers /
friendly, like brothers
|Vulnerability||the quality of being vulnerable (= able to be easily hurt, influenced, or attacked), or something that is vulnerable|
|Heredity||the process by which characteristics are given from a parent to their child through the genes|
|Pinpoint||to find out or say the exact position in space or time of something /
to discover or describe the exact facts about something /
a very small spot of something
|Interplay||the effect that two or more things have on each other|
|Immense||extremely large in size or degree|
|Reveal||to make known or show something that is surprising or that was previously secret /
to allow something to be seen that, until then, had been hidden /
an occasion at the end of a television programme, etc. when something that has been hidden or kept secret until then is shown to the audience
|Rodent||any of various small mammals with large, sharp front teeth, such as mice and rats /
a type of small mammal with sharp front teeth
|Occur||(especially of accidents and other unexpected events) to happen /
to exist or be present in, among, etc.
|Hardwired||A computer or electronic device that is hardwired is built to work in a particular way and you cannot change the way it performs with new software, etc. /
If someone or something is hardwired to do a particular thing, they automatically do it and cannot change that behaviour
|Reed||any of various types of tall, stiff plants like grasses growing together in groups near water /
a thin piece of wood or metal that vibrates very quickly to produce sound in a musical instrument when someone blows it
|Trailblazer||the first person to do something or go somewhere, who shows that it is also possible for other people|
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