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Most Verbs Used In Ielts Exams

Most Verbs Used In Ielts Exams

English Vocabulary

Most Verbs Used In Ielts Exams

Most Verbs Used In Ielts Exams

Most Verbs Used In Ielts Exams | Verbs are very necessary thing for making you strong in making sentences and its structures.We hope so that you have already learnt these verbs in your childhood.

1 able – (v.) having the power to do something.
2 about – (adj.) almost (“about half”); of or having a relation to. Example: (“We talk about the weather.”).

3 above – (adj.) at a higher place.

4 accident – (n.) something that happens by chance or mistake; an unplanned event.

5 across – (adj.) from side to side; to the other side.

6 act – (v.) to do something.

7 actor – (n.) someone acting in a play or show.

8 adult – (n.) a grown person.

9 advertise – (v.) to show or present the qualities of a product to increase sales.

10 afraid – (adj.) feeling fear.

11 after – (adj.) later; behind.

12 again – (adj.) another time; as before.

13 age – (n.) how old a person or thing is.

14 aggression – (n.) an attack against a person or country; the violation of a country’s borders.

15 ago – (adj.) of time past; before now.

16 agree – (v.) to have the same belief as someone; to be willing to do something.

17 agriculture – (n.) farming.

18 air – (n.) the mixture of gases around the earth. mostly nitrogen and oxygen that we breathe.

19 air force – (n.) a military organization using airplanes.

20 airplane – (n.) a vehicle with wings that flies.

21 airport – (n.) a place where airplanes take off and land.

22 album – (n.) a collection of recorded music.

23 alcohol – (n.) a strong. colorless liquid. usually made from grain used as a drug or in industrial products.

24 alive – (adj.) having life; not dead.

25 all – (adj.) everything; everyone; the complete amount.

26 almost – (adj.) a little less than completely.

27 alone – (adj.) separated from others.

28 along – (adj.) near or on. Example: (“along the road”).

29 already – (adj.) before now; even now.

30 also – (adj.) added to; too.

31 although – (conj.) even if it is true that.

32 always – (adj.) at all times; every time.

33 ambassador – (n.) a nation’s highest diplomatic representative (to another government).

34 anarchy – (n.) a lack of order; lawlessness.

35 anger – (n.) a strong emotion against someone or something.

36 animal – (n.) a living creature that moves. such as a dog or cat.

37 anniversary – (n.) a yearly celebration or observance of an event that happened in the past.

38 announce – (v.) to make known publicly; to declare officially.

39 answer – (n.) a statement produced by a question; . .b: (verb) to make a statement after being asked a question.

40 any – (adj.) one or more of no special kind.

41 apologize – (v.) to express regret for a mistake or accident for which one accepts responsibility.

42 appoint – (v.) to name; to choose. Example: (“appoint a judge”).

43 argue – (v.) to offer reasons for or against something; to dispute; to disagree.

44 arms – (n.) military equipment; weapons.

45 army – (n.) military ground forces.

46 around – (adj.) on every side (of).

47 arrest – (v.) to seize a person for legal action; to take as a prisoner.

48 arrive – (v.) to come to a place. especially at the end of a trip.

49 art – (n.) expressions or creations by humans. such as paintings. music. writing or statues.

50 ash – (n.) the part left after something burns.

51 ask – (v.) to question; to say something is wanted. Example: (“We ask the teacher questions every day.”).

52 astronaut – (n.) a person who travels in space.

53 astronomy – (n.) the scientific study of stars and the universe.

54 at – . (preposition.) in or near. Example: (“at the edge”); where. Example: (“look at”); when. Example: (“at noon”).

55 attempt – (v.) to work toward something; to try; to make an effort.

56 automobile – (n.) a vehicle with wheels used to carry people; a car.

57 autumn – (n.) the time of the year between summer and winter.

58 awake – (adj.) not sleeping.

59 award – (n.) an honor or prize for an act or service.

60 away – (adj.) not near.

61 baby – (n.) a newly born creature.

62 back – (n.) the part behind the front; (adj.) the other way from forward.

63 bad – (adj.) wrong; acting against the law; not good.

64 ball – (n.) something round.

65 balloon – (n.) a device of strong. light material that rises when filled with gas lighter than air.

66 bank – (n.) an organization that keeps and lends money.

67 barrier – (n.) anything that blocks or makes an action difficult.

68 be – (v.) to live; to happen; to exist.

69 beat – (v.) to hit again and again.

70 beauty – (n.) that which pleases the eye. ear or spirit.

71 because – . (preposition.) for the reason that. Example: (“He left because he was sick.”).

72 become – (v.) to come to be.

73 bed – (n.) a sleeping place.

74 before – . (preposition.) earlier.

75 begin – (v.) to do the first part of an action; to start.

76 behavior – (n.) the way in which a person or animal acts. Example: (“The child’s behavior was bad because he fought with other children.”)

77 behind – (adj.) at the back of; in back of.

78 believe – (v.) to think; to feel sure of; to accept as true; to trust.

79 below – (adj.) lower than.

80 best – (adj.) the most good.

81 betray – (v.) to turn against; to be false to.

82 better – (adj.) more good than.

83 bill – (n.) a legislative proposal.

84 biology – (n.) the scientific study of life or living things in all their forms.

85 bird – (n.) a creature that flies.

86 bite – (v.) to cut with the teeth.

87 black – (adj.) dark; having the color like that of the night sky.

88 blame – (v.) to accuse; to hold responsible.

89 bleed – (v.) to lose blood.

90 blind – (adj.) not able to see.

91 blood – (n.) red fluid in the body.

92 blue – (adj.) having the color like that of a clear sky.

93 boat – (n.) something built to travel on water that carries people or goods.

94 body – (n.) all of a person or animal; the remains of a person or animal.

95 boil – (v.) to heat a liquid until it becomes very hot.

96 bomb – (n.) a: a device that explodes with great force; .b: (verb.) to attack or destroy with bombs.

97 bone – (n.) the hard material in the body.

98 border – (n.) a dividing line between nations.

99 born – (v.) to come to life; to come into existence.

100 borrow – (v.) to take as a loan.

101 bottle – (n.) a container. usually made of glass. to hold liquid.

102 bottom – (adj.) the lowest part of something.

103 boycott – (v.) to refuse to take part in or deal with.

104 brain – (n.) the control center of thought. emotions and body activity of all creatures.

105 brave – (adj.) having no fear.

106 bread – (n.) a food made from grain.

107 break – (v.) to divide into parts by force; to destroy.

108 breathe – (v.) to take air into the body and let it out again.

109 bridge – (n.) a structure built over a waterway. valley or road so people and vehicles can cross from one side to the other.

110 bright – (adj.) giving much light; strong and clear in color.

111 bring – (v.) to come with something.

112 brother – (n.) a male with the same father or mother as another person.

113 brown – (adj.) having the color like that of coffee.

114 budget – (n.) a spending plan.

115 build – (v.) to join materials together to make something.

116 building – (n.) anything built for use as a house. factory. office. school. store or place of entertainment.

117 burn – (v.) to be on fire; to destroy or damage by fire.

118 bury – (v.) to put into the ground and cover with earth.

119 business – (n.) one’s work; buying and selling to earn money; trade.

120 busy – (adj.) doing something; very active.

121 but – (conj.) however; other than; yet.

122 buy – (v.) to get by paying something. usually money.

123 by – (conj.) near; at; next to. Example: (“by the road”); from. Example: (“a play by William Shakespeare”); not later than. Example: (“by midnight”).

124 cabinet – (n.) a group of ministers that helps lead a government.

125 call – (v.) to give a name to. Example: (“I call myself John.)”; to ask for or request (“They called for an end to the fighting.”).

126 calm – (adj.) quiet; peaceful; opposite tense.

127 camera – (n.) a device for taking pictures.

128 camp – (n.) a place with temporary housing.

129 can – (v.) a: to be able to; to have the right to; .b: (noun.) a container used to hold liquid or food. usually made of metal.

130 cancer – (n.) a disease in which dangerous cells grow quickly and destroy parts of the body.

131 capital – (n.) the official center of a government; the city where a country’s government is.

132 capture – (v.) to make a person or animal a prisoner; to seize or take by force; to get control of.

133 care – (v.) to like; to protect; to feel worry or interest.

134 careful – (adj.) acting safely; with much thought.

135 carry – (v.) to take something or someone from one place to another.

136 case (medical) – (n.) an incident of disease . Example: (“There was only one case of chicken pox at the school.”).

137 catch – (v.) to seize after a chase; to stop and seize with the hands.

138 century – (n.) one hundred years.

139 ceremony – (n.) an act or series of acts done in a special way established by tradition.

140 chairman – (n.) a person leading a meeting or an organized group.


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