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Trọn bộ 100+ từ vựng cơ bản trong kỳ thi IELTS Speaking cần nắm lòng

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Trọn bộ 100+ từ vựng cơ bản trong kỳ thi IELTS Speaking cần nắm lòng

1. fantastic

They did a fantastic job.

2. amazing

She makes the most amazing cakes.

3. absurd

Gym shorts looked absurd on such a tall girl.

4. unbelievable

Your audacity is unbelievable.

5. intelligent

Annabelle is intelligent and hardworking.

6. annoyed

Kelly was annoyed with him.

7. gorgeous

Such a gorgeous color and exquisite decoration.

8. brilliant

You are a brilliant young mathematician.

9. monotonous

Soon we heard a low, monotonous wailing of many voices.

10. doleful

We dislike that doleful consequence.

11. stringent

California's air pollution guidelines are stringent.

12. efficient

It's an energy efficient heating system.

13. outstanding

The team's outstanding performance impresses me very much.

14. adventurous

They wanted more adventurous meals.

15. impatient

They are impatient for change.

16. practical

There are two obvious practical applications of the research.

17. romantic

He's very handsome, and so romantic.

18. deliberate

He is a careful and deliberate worker.

19. ambitious

The scope of the book is very ambitious.

20. organized

I am systematic and organized enough to save things.

21. reserved

He is a reserved, almost taciturn man.

22. sociable

We will visit a very sociable little village.

23. talkative

The talkative driver hadn't stopped chatting.

24. unusable

The steps were overgrown and unusable.

25. avid

She was avid for information about the murder inquiry.

26. greedy

They got the greedy thief who plundered a defense contractor.

27. understanding

Foreign visitors with little understanding of English.

28. dedicated

Investing in dedicated bike lanes will encourage more bicycle commuters.

29. incurable

The claim that a product can cure an incurable disease should sound alarms.

30. pretty

She is a pretty little girl with an engaging grin.

31. outgoing

She's an extremely affable, jovial, outgoing type of person.

32. disorganize

Attacks on leading government figures might disorganize the regime.

33. frank

It's a long and frank discussion.

34. generous

She was generous with her money.

35. tolerant

We must be tolerant of others.

36. inexperienced

This young lady is an inexperienced driver.

37. mischievous

Two mischievous kittens had decorated the bed with shredded newspaper.

38. sensitive

The new method of protein detection was more sensitive than earlier ones.

39. sensible

I cannot believe that it is sensible to spend so much.

40. emotional

He was a strongly emotional young man.

41. sentimental

She felt a sentimental attachment to the place creep over her.

42. responsible

The gene was responsible for a rare type of eye cancer.

44. supportive

The staff are extremely supportive of each other.

45. passive

The women were portrayed as passive victims.

46. costive

If he did ask her she would become costive.

47. stingy

His employer is stingy and idle.

48. malignant

They were in the hands of malignant fate.

49. vigilant

The burglar was spotted by vigilant neighbors.

50. omnipotent

They argued an omnipotent sovereign on that point.

51. fierce

He kissed her with a fierce, demanding passion.

52. severe

The charges would have warranted a severe sentence.

53. intriguing

No one forgot that intriguing story.

54. retarded

In retrospect, it was a totally retarded idea.

55. discreet

We made some discreet inquiries.

56. discreditable

He must stop his discreditable conduct.

57. thrifty

I'm cheap, or rather thrifty and money smart.

58. furtive

They spent a furtive day together.

59. shabby

A conscript in a shabby uniform saluted the car.

60. assertive

Patients should be more assertive with their doctors.

61. tangible

The emphasis is now on tangible results.

62. tempting

He cannot refuse a tempting financial offer like this.

63. tire

Soon the ascent grew steeper and he began to tire.

64. cynical

No one will accept her cynical attitude.

65. notorious

Los Angeles is notorious for its smog.

66. applicable

The same considerations are equally applicable to accident claims.

67. agitated

There's no point getting agitated.

68. boldly

You will have our support as long as you fight boldly against corruption.

69. eminent

He is one of the world's most eminent statisticians.

70. dry

The jacket kept me warm and dry.

71. doleful

We dislike his doleful look.

72. unavoidable

It's the natural and unavoidable consequences of growing old.

73. inevitable

They believe that war was inevitable.

74. dignified

She maintained a dignified silence.

75. indispensable

He made himself indispensable to the parish priest.

76. cunning

A cunning look came into his eyes.

77. reveal

The clouds were breaking up to reveal a clear blue sky.

78. flashy

He always had a flashy car.

79. impressive

The photo shows us an impressive view of the mountains.

80. rational

I'm sure there's a perfectly rational explanation.

81. reasonable

It seems a reasonable enough request.

82. miserable

Their happiness made Anne feel even more miserable.

83. spontaneous

The audience broke into spontaneous applause.

85. industrious

He struck me as being particularly hardworking, energetic and industrious .

86. studious

We all noticed his studious absence from public view.

87. indolent

They didn't want any competition in the lazy and indolent stakes.

88. cosmopolitan

His knowledge of French, Italian, and Spanish made him genuinely cosmopolitan.

89. radiant

She gave him a radiant smile.

90. versatile

She just brought a versatile sewing machine.

91. canny

The canny shoppers came early for a bargain.

92. cautious

The plan received a cautious welcome.

93. discreet

We made some discreet inquiries.

94. immortal

Our mortal bodies are inhabited by immortal souls.

95. extravagant

It was rather extravagant to buy both.

96. idle

Being idle won't pay the bills

97. abstemious

The monks here have willingly chosen this abstemious life.

98. frugal

He led a remarkably frugal existence.

99. wholehearted

You have my wholehearted support.

100. competent

She spoke quite competent French.

101. sympathetic

He was sympathetic toward staff with family problems.

102. compassionate

One of the lessons she tried to teach her son is to be compassionate.

103. eccentric

My favorite aunt is very eccentric.

104. interpersonal

You will need good interpersonal skills.

105. introversive

Try to find out those children in your class who are introversive.

106. cozy

We have a cozy chat in lunch room.

107. lax

He asked to improve lax security arrangements at the airport.

108. conceited

Not to be vain or conceited , but it was the truth and anyone sensible would agree.

109. extraordinary

Young children need extraordinary amounts of attention.

110. vernal

We are shocked by the vernal freshness of the land.

111. futile

He knew it's a futile attempt to keep fans from mounting the stage.

112. crooked

His teeth were yellow and crooked.

113. timorous

We heard her timorous voice and felt her nervousness.

114. harsh

The story took place on days of harsh military discipline.

115. consecutive

The project will last five consecutive months.

116. anti clockwise

To release the cover, move anti clockwise.

117. clockwise

Please turn the knob clockwise.

118. dread

Jane was dreading the party.

119. instinctive

She has an instinctive distaste for conflict.

120. bleak

She looked around the bleak little room in despair.

121. brisk

I usually have a good brisk walk in the morning.

122. caustic

The players were making caustic comments about the refereeing.

123. brittle

Her bones become fragile and brittle.

124. unceasing

The success is from the unceasing efforts of staffs.

125. climatic

Under certain climatic conditions, desert locusts increase in number.

126. clumsy

A terribly clumsy fellow ruins efforts of all team members.

127. considerate

The girl is the quietest and most considerate tenants possible.

128. coherent

They failed to develop a coherent economic strategy.

129. incredible

They did an almost incredible tale of triumph and tragedy.

130. constant

The company has kept its prices fairly constant.



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