فوری: شروع دوره Pre Intermediate از ۳۰ آبان - آزمون آزمایشی آیلتس ۲ آذر

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واژگان آیلتس - لغات آیلتس

IELTS Vocabulary

 

بی شک دانش واژگان آیلتس که یکی از سه بخش دانش زبانی (واژگان، دستور زبان، تلفظ) می باشد تاثیر چشم گیری بر روی عملکرد و نمره ی زبان آموزان در هر آزمونی از جمله آزمون آیلتس دارد. در دو مهارت Speaking و Writing، دانش لغوی آزمون دهندگان تحت فاکتوری با عنوان LR به معنای منابع واژگان (Lexical Resource) سنجیده شده و نمره ای از 9 به آن اختصاص می یابد. همچنین در دو مهارت Reading و Listening، دانش بالایی از واژگان برای درک هرچه بیشتر و صحیح تر مطالب متنی و صوتی نیاز است.

 

متاسفانه، تجربه ی ما نشان می دهد که زبان آموزان حتی روش درست یادگیری لغات زبان های خارجی را هم نمی دانند. آن ها فقط سعی می کنند کلمات را حفظ کنند و ساعت ها با خودشان کلنجار می روند تا کلمات را با روش های غلط (مثل تکرار کردن با معنی آن ها به فارسی یا کدبندی و سعی در به خاطر سپردن کلمات به روش های مسخره و غیر علمی) در حافظه ی خود بگنجانند و دست آخر خسته شده و کلا قید آیلتس را می زنند. خواندن و استفاده از کتبی نظیر 504 و 1100 بسیار اشتباه بوده و شما قطعا این را تجربه کرده اید؛ پس اکسیر می گوید: 504 نخوانید! 1100 نخوانید!!

 

در همین راستا، بر آن شدیم تا مجموعه ای از نکات تقویت واژگان لازم برای آیلتس (تحت عنوان نکات تقویت مهارت واژگان - چرا که دانش واژگان را از این دید یک مهارت می پنداریم) تهیه کرده تا بتوانیم به زبان آموزان یاد بدهیم چطور به درستی اقدام به یادگیری لغات و واژگان آیلتس بکنند. 

 

بخش آموزشی واژگان وبسایت اکسیر آیلتس (Ielts-elixir.com) به این بخش ها تقسیم می گردد:

نکات تقویت مهارت واژگان

لغات آکادمیک

لغات پرتکرار

کالوکیشن یا همایندهای انگلیسی (آموزش تصویری | آموزش صوتی | آموزش ویدیویی)

اصطلاحات و ضرب المثل ها (آموزش تصویری | آموزش صوتی | آموزش ویدیویی)

دوره آیلتس

 

در این بخش نیز به صورت موضوعی،  لغات آیلتس لازم به انضمام تمرین های آن ها برای شما گردآوری شده است:

 

 

Exercises by Category

All Adjectives: List of Words (click for definition)

All Adjectives: Exercises

Arts, Entertainment & Literature: List of Words (click for definition)

Arts, Entertainment & Literature: Exercises

Crime & the Law: List of Words (click for definition)

Crime & the Law: Exercises

Feelings, Qualities & States: List of Words (click for definition)

Feelings, Qualities & States: Exercises

Food & Eating: List of Words (click for definition)

Food & Eating: Exercises

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Health & the Body: List of Words (click for definition)

Health & the Body: Exercises

The World of Money & Work: List of Words (click for definition)

The World of Money & Work: Exercises

The Natural World: List of Words (click for definition)

The Natural World: Exercises

Lots of Nouns (with Derivations): List of Words (click for definition)

Lots of Nouns (with Derivations): Exercises

Nouns? Verbs? Both! With Derivations!: List of Words (click for definition)

Nouns? Verbs? Both! With Derivations!: Exercises

Phrasal Verbs: List of Words (click for definition)
*Please note that many phrasal verbs have multiple meanings. These exercises cover one meaning of each phrasal verb only.

Definitions for phrasal verbs not included in the online dictionary

back up: to move in a backwards direction
Ex: Most trucks make a little sound when they back up to warn people they are coming.

bail on: to cancel an appointment or planned event at the last minute
Ex: Sorry to bail on you guys again but I can't come to the party tonight.

cruise around: to drive or to go around an area without any specific destination
Ex: We cruised around town in my friend's new car all evening.

flip out: to get extremely angry or excited about something
Ex: My girlfriend will flip out when I tell her I lost her cell phone.

get in: to enter a small vehicle such as a car, taxi, small truck, canoe or kayak
Ex: Just throw your stuff in the trunk and get in the car; we're in a hurry.

get off: to exit a large vehicle, such as a plane, train, ferry, ship or to dismount from a horse, motorcycle or bicycle
Ex: You will have to go through Customs after you get off the plane.

get out of: to exit a small vehicle such as a car, taxi, small truck, canoe or kayak
Ex: We got out of our kayaks and then pulled them up onto the beach.

go out with: to date someone / to have a relationship with someone
Ex: He went out with my sister for about 5 years and we thought they'd get married, but they split up a year ago.

head out: to leave
Ex: I'm going to phone Dave and let him know that we're heading out so that he can meet us at the cinema.

joke around: to make lots of jokes; to try to amuse other people
Ex: He likes to joke around a lot and all the children think he's really funny.

let go: to release / to permit to leave or to stop holding onto something or someone
Ex: Don't let go of the leash or my stupid dog will start chasing the cars.

Phrasal Verbs: Exercises

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The Political World: List of Words (click for definition)

The Political World: Exercises

Basic Science & Academia: List of Words (click for definition)

Basic Science & Academia: Exercises

The Social World: List of Words (click for definition)

The Social World: Exercises

Structures, Places & Object: List of Words (click for definition)

Structure, Places & Objects: Exercises

Transitions: List of Words (click for definition)

Transitions: Exercises

Verbs, Verbs & More Verbs: List of Words (click for definition)

Verbs, Verbs & More Verbs: Exercises

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War, Violence & Conflict: List of Words (click for definition)

War, Violence & Conflict: Exercises

 

About the Exercises

This website features over 500 gap-fill exercises to learn and review over 1500 items of general vocabulary in English. Gap-fill exercises are an excellent way to practise vocabulary in different contexts and can be used to broaden the student's understanding of the range of meaning of vocabulary. The online format of the exercises allows students to get immediate feedback on their answers.

  • The site is intended for ESL students from an intermediate to advanced level.
  • For ease of use, the "General" English vocabulary words have been grouped into various categories.
  • For the categories that include lots of items, the words are further divided into groups of 14 to 17 words.
  • Each group of words appears in 5 different gap-fill exercises.
  • Some of the exercises include different derivations (the verb, noun, adjective, and adverb forms + variants) for the words given.
  • Ideally, students should work through the five exercises for each group before going on to the next group.

 

Useful Vocabulary Links

Gerry's Vocabulary Teacher
Gerry's Vocabulary Teacher is a software program developed for teachers of English and English as a Second Language. The program features a vast collection of sentences in context that teachers can use to simply and quickly produce gap-fill exercises for reviewing, reinforcing, and testing vocabulary. A demo can be downloaded from the site. The program can also be purchased through the site. This software is both PC and Mac compatible.

Vocabulary Exercises for the Academic Word List
Over 170 exercises to practise and review the vocabulary contained within the Academic Word List through gap-fill exercises in context.

The General Service List
The General Service List (GSL) is a list of 2,000 words chosen to be of the greatest use to learners of English.

The Academic Word List
The website of Averil Coxhead, creator of the Academic Word List, at Victoria University of Wellington.

The Longman Online Dictionary
A useful tool for the language learner, with clear definitions and an example sentence.

The Cambridge Online Dictionary
Another good online dictionary with clear definitions and example sentences. This site also features dictionaries of idioms and phrasal verbs.

The Language Guide
This site gives the spelling and pronunciation for many words as you move the cursor over the pictures.

elfnet
This site features a photo dictionary, as well as phrasal verbs and advanced vocabulary.

 

 

Source: http://www.englishvocabularyexercises.com

 

 

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