Thursday, 11 June 2020
40 IELTS vocabulary Questions examples with Answers
In this post you will see "40 IELTS vocabulary Questions examples with Answers" that will aware you of ielts question you will see in examination if you are going to attempt ielts first time. You can read these ielts vocabulary Question her and for answers download the eBook (download link is given below at bottom).
LIST OF EXAMPLES OF IELTS QUESTIONS:
1. Look at these sentences. They all use 'if'. Rewrite each sentence, replacing 'if' with the words in bold. You may need to remove some of the other words.
2. Now rewrite each sentence beginning with the words in bold. For example: providing that you return it before you go home, you can borrow my dictionary.
3. Complete these sentences using an appropriate word or expression from above and your own ideas.
4. Some nouns can be used to express condition. Complete these sentences 1-3 with one of the words from A, B or C.
5. Look at the pairs of sentences in 1-20 and choose a verb from the box which can be used with both sentences. In some cases, the meaning of the verb may change slightly. Then use a dictionary to find other objects which can be used with the verbs.
6. Look at the four tables below. These show demographic trends in four different countries between 1996 and 2000. The numbers on the left and right of each table show the number of people in millions. Using the information in these tables, match sentences 1-13 on the next page with the appropriate country. Use the words and expressions in bold to help you.
7. Now look at the table below, which shows the changes in economic activity in a town over a period of five years. The figures on the left and right show the number of people involved in these activities, in thousands. Write your own sentences to describe the situation in the town regarding the number of:
8. Look at these sentences and decide which object is being described in each one. Use the words in bold to help you. You will find the objects hidden in the word grid at the bottom of the page.
9. There are nine more objects hidden in the grid. Choose four of them and write a brief description of how they work, using the bold words and expressions above.
10. Below, you will see eleven common situations that people encounter when they are writing a formal letter. Choose the sentence or phrase (A, B or C) that would be most appropriate in each situation.
11. Look at these sentences and decide if they are true or false.
12. Read the text below, in which somebody is trying to decide whether to go straight to university from school, or spend a year travelling around the world. Put their argument into the correct order, using the key words and expressions in italics to help you. The first one and last one have been done for you.
12. Using the key words and expressions in italic from the last exercise, present an argument for one of the following issues: Complete these sentences with the most appropriate word or expression from A, B or C.
13. Look at the diagram and complete the sentences opposite using the expressions listed below. In some cases, more than one answer is possible.
14. How well do you know your country? Write the name of a city, town, village or island which.Don't forget to keep a record of the words and expressions that you have learnt, review your notes from time to time and try to use new vocabulary items whenever possible.
15. The sentences below all contain a word or expression in italics which is related to joining two or more things, sometimes with the result of becoming part of something bigger. However, the words and expressions have all been put into the wrong sentence. Put them into their correct sentence. In some cases, more than one answer is possible. (i)Move the nouns into the right sentences.
(16). Join the first part of a sentence in the left-hand column with a second part from the right-hand column, using an appropriate expression showing reason or result from the central column. In some cases, more than one of the expressions from the middle is possible.
17 . Now complete these sentences with an appropriate expression from the central column of the table above.
18 . Match the sentences in the list below with an appropriate sentence in the list opposite. The underlined expressions in the first list should have a similar meaning to the words or expressions in bold in the second list. B. Write a list of the words and expressions in bold above. Put them into two groups based on whether they are talking about general things or specific things. Try to give examples of each word in a sentence of your own.
19. Rearrange the letters in bold to form words which are used to focus attention on something. They all end with the letters -LY. Write the words in the grid underneath. If you do it correctly, you will find another word used to focus attention in the bold vertical box.
20. Divide the words above into two groups, one group being the words which mean only or solely, and one group being the words which mean in most cases, normally or the main reason for something. (i)The words in italics in the following sentences are all used to talk about opinion and belief. However, the words are grammatically incorrect (for example, a noun has been used instead of an adjective, or a verb has been used instead of a noun, etc.) or sometimes a noun has been used which has the wrong meaning. Put the words into their correct form. (ii) Put these nouns and adjectives, which describe people's beliefs, under the most appropriate heading in the table. Can you think of any other words or expressions that you could add?
21. For each of the examples 1-15, choose an appropriate verb from the box which best fits the description and can be used in the sample sentence. Use the time clauses in the boxes to complete the sentences. Pay particular attention to the words that come before or after the time clause. Part 1: One action or situation occurring before another action or situation Part 2: One action or situation occurring at the same time as another action Part 3: One action or situation occurring after another action or situation.
22. Look at these words and expressions and decide if we usually use them to talk about (i) the past, (ii) the past leading to the present, (iii) the present or (iv) the future. Try to write a sentence for each one.
23. The words in the box describe the actions of the things in 1-37. Match each action with the thing it describes. B. Several of the words in the box above can have more than one meaning. Use your dictionary to check which ones, then complete these sentences below with an appropriate word. You will need to change the form of some of the words.
24. Look at the words and expressions in the box and decide if they have a positive connotation (for example, they tell us that somebody likes something) or a negative connotation (for example, they tell us that somebody dislikes something).
A. Look at sentences 1-10 and decide if the explanation which follows each one is true or false. Use the words and expressions in bold to help you decide.
25. Complete these sentences with an appropriate word or expression from the exercise above. In some cases, more than one answer may be possible.
26. Match the first part of each sentence in the left-hand column with its second part in the right-hand column using an appropriate word from the central column. These words should collocate with the underlined words in the right-hand column. In most cases, it is possible to use the words in the central column with more than one sentence.
27. Complete these sentences with an appropriate word or expression from A, B or C.
28. Complete sentences 1-13 with an appropriate word from the box. In some cases, more than one answer may be possible. B. The words in bold have been put into the wrong sentences. Decide which sentences they should belong in. In some cases, more than one answer is possible. A. Put these words into the table based on the group of things they usually refer to. ( batch,huddle,heap/pile,company,stack,team,litter ' swarm , flock , platoon , bundle , herd , throng , gang , crowd bunch , set , pack , staff , group , crew,cast, shoal / school).
29. Complete these sentences using one of the words from the above task. In some cases, more than one answer is possible.
30.Choose the correct geo-political word in A, B or C to complete each of these sentences. B. Change each country / area below into the nationality and / or language spoken of the people who come from that place (for example: Britain = British). Write each word in the appropriate space in the table. Be careful, because usually we add or remove letters to / from the name of the country before we add the ending.(Greece , Portugal , Ireland , Belgium , Finland , England , Wales Scotland , The Netherlands , Lebanon , Malaysia , Norway , Sweden Thailand , Peru , Bangladesh , Israel , Japan , Russia , Iran America , Canada , Spain , Turkey , Kuwait , Switzerland , Arabia Denmark , Yemen , Iraq , Australia , Malta , Philippines , Poland)
31. A quick quiz. Answer these questions.
32. Look at the following list and decide whether we are talking about something big (in terms of size, quantity or dimension) or something small. B. Now complete these sentences using one of the expressions above. In some cases, more than one answer is possible.
33. (Shape) Match the words below with the picture that best represents each word. (Shape and words will be provided in the question paper) B. (Shape) Look at the following list of words and decide what the correct adjective form is, A, B or C.
34. (Features) Match the descriptions on the left with the objects, geographical features, etc., on the right.
35. (Emphasis) Match the sentences on the left with an appropriate sentence on the right.
36. (Emphasis) Now complete these sentences with an expression in bold from the above exercise. In some cases, more than one answer may be possible.
37. (Misunderstanding) Complete sentences 1 - 8 with an appropriate word or expression from the box. In some cases, more than one answer is possible.
38. Look at these sentences and decide if the statement which follows each one is true or false. Use the words and expressions in bold to help you decide. B. Check your answers, then use some of the words and expressions in bold above and in the answer key to write some sentences about your country.
39. Replace the words in bold in these sentences with a word from the box which has an opposite meaning.( VERBS: withdrew , fell , rewarded , loosened , refused (to let) , set denied , deteriorated , abandoned , lowered demolished , retreated , simplified , defended , rejected ).
40. Put the following words and expressions into their correct place in the table depending on their function.(to sum up briefly , along with , it can be concluded that , also similarly , likewise , besides 'I to conclude , too in addition , in brief , in the same way , thus what's more , furthermore , moreover , along with to summarise , as well as , therefore , correspondingly).
41. Complete these sentences with one of the words or expressions from above. In most cases, more than one answer is possible.Look at the list of tasks in the first list. In particular, look at the words in bold, which are telling the writer/speaker what he/she must do. Match these words with a suitable definition of the task command in the second list. Two of these definitions can be used more than once.
42. CONFUSING WORDS Confusing words are two or more words which have a similar meaning to each other but are used in a different way. OR Are related to the same topic, but have a different meaning. or Look similar, but have a different meaning. or FALSE FRIENDS False friends are words in English which have a similar-looking word in another language but which have a different meaning. Complete the following sentences with the appropriate word.
43: Read the essay and complete the gaps with one of the words or expressions from Tasks 1 and 2. You may need to change the form of some of the words.