Lexical resource(vocabulary) in IELTS test weighs 25% of your speaking and writing score. It comprises of word varieties, collocations, idioms and phrases.
Learning English words and phrases is not a one-night process, it costs you at least a month of patience and consistency. In one of our research we found that students recall only 15% of new and memorized words. But, If you promise to be a regular candidate and use these words in your IELTS, we can assure you a band 8 in lexical resource after a month. Let’s get started:-
Word of the day:-
Cade: abandoned by mother and reared by hand; tamed
Children, often caded by wrong hands, are likely to become crook-minded in adult age.
Collocation of the day:-
Took an instant dislikes: start to hate from the beginning
Jack took an instant dislike about Harry when they had a debate over party.
Idiom of the day:-
Itchy feet: strong impulse to go for travel for fun.
You may not believe if I say how much do I like travelling. To be true I have an itchy feet.
Phrasal Verb of the day:-
Order around: Boss or command someone in an unpleasant way
He ORDERS his staff AROUND all the time.