IELTS Listening Vocabulary

IELTS Listening Vocabulary

IELTS Listening Vocabulary will help you to improve your IELTS listening skills and at the same time will make you learn new vocabulary for the IELTS listening test. This book has 10  units that deal with all the different Listening IELTS exam tasks.

IELTS Listening Test

The Listening section of the test consists of 4 sections with 40 items in total and lasts approximately 30 minutes. IELTS candidates will encounter many different task types such as: multiple-choice, short-answer questions. sentence completion, notes, form, table, summary, flow-chart completion, labeling a diagram/map/plan, classification, matching

ModuleListening
Questions 4 sections-40 items
Timeapproximately 30 minutes
Question Typesmultiple-choice, short-answer questions,  sentence completion, notes, form, table, summary, flow-chart completion, labeling a diagram/map/plan, classification, matching

Vocabulary For IELTS Listening Test

The IELTS Listening Vocabulary course will make you learn new vocabulary for the IELTS listening without you feeling it. The book has 10 units which will provide you with an overview of the test section along with exercises and tips for doing exercises effectively.

Each lesson of the 10 units has exercises and additional tips to help you do the lesson, remember – strategic section to make the question form in the right direction, faster. With the listening test, you should only listen once.

Remember that the study time can be 2-3 hours a day to complete a unit plus do homework. Because hearing too much will cause pain in your ears, take time to rest.

Here are some techniques that should help you to paraphrase (to say the same thing in different ways):

  • Use a synonym

This is important = This is significant / crucial / vital

  • Use an opposite

I found it difficult = It wasn’t easy for me

  • Change active to passive

You should not do this = This should not be done

  • Use a related word (e.g. change the verb into a noun)

The number rose = There was a rise in the number

  • Consider a more formal or informal version

I am worried = I am extremely concerned (formal) / I’m stressed out (informal)

Final Note

The Listening test is the same for both the Academic and the General Training modules, so this book is appropriate for candidates preparing for either of the two versions of the IEL TS exam.

I really hope you have found this article helpful. You can get the course from the links below. I wish you all the best in your IELTS test. Good Luck!