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IELTS 6分必备120个词汇

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摘要: IELTS 6分必备120个词汇

IELTS 6分必备120个词汇


1. parenting   n. 家长给小孩的教育

e.g. For this reason, unskilled parenting often continues into the next generation.


2. schooling  n. 学校对学生的教育

e.g. compulsory schooling 义务教育  formal schooling  正规教育  full-time schooling 全日制教育  universal schooling 普及教育

Study at a coed school helps student acquire socialization skills that will help in further schooling and an eventual job in the work force.


3. awareness  n. 意识

e.g. A growing awareness of healthy living. Fully aware of the importance of healthy

   sense   n. 感觉

e.g. A sense of achievement; A sense of belonging; A sense of satisfaction; A sense of crisis

Military life cultivates the strong sense of responsibilities in young people

   recognition  n. 认可

e.g. Their recognition of the new law is unlikely.


4. cultivate  v. 培养

e.g. Overseas study broadens ones vision, enriches ones mind and cultivates independence.


5. creative  adj. 有创造力的

e.g. This job is useful and creative


6. physical  adj. 身体的,物理学的

e.g. Her spiritual beauty outshone her physical beauty.


7. psychological  adj. 心理的

e.g. Only a relaxed family atmosphere can help the physical and psychological growth of children.


8. contribute to  推动

e.g. Smoking is a major factor contribute to cancer.


9. motivation  n. 动力

e.g. The motivation for the decision is the desire to improve our service to our customer.


10. adapt to  适应

e.g. I adapted quickly to the new climate.


11. afford sth  提供

e.g. Many children in rural areas cant afford to go to school and become illiterates.



12. prevalent  adj. 流行的 可替 everywhere

e.g. The habit of travelling by aircraft is becoming more prevalent each year.


13. objective  adj. 客观的

e.g. He tried to take an objective view of the situation.


14. biased  adj. 不客观的 偏见的

e.g. I admit Im biased, but I think our performance was brilliant.


15. celebrity  n. 名人

e.g. Paparazzi pursue celebrities because the public have strong interests in the famous peoples private life.


16. journalists  n. 记者

e.g. The ambassador refused to give any interview to journalists.


17. the press  新闻界

e.g. policies of the press


18. coverage  n. 报道

e.g. TV coverage; camera coverage


19. misleading  adj. 有误导性的

e.g. The article was misleading, and the newspaper has apologized.


20. dependable  adj. 可靠的

e.g. He is dependent upon the earnings of his children.


21. up-to-the-minute  adj. 非常及时的 最新式的

e.g. Her clothes are always right up to the minute.



22. transform  v. 改变,代替change

e.g. We must transform passivity into initiative.


23. breakthrough  n. 突破

e.g. a scientific breakthrough; make a great breakthrough in


24. advance   v.& n. 发展,提升   further advance 推进 in advance (adj.) 预先的

e.g. She advanced greatly in her knowledge.


25. a staggering rate   惊人的速度

e.g. Job applications from disable workers poured in at a staggering rate.


26. information overload  信息爆炸

e.g. New service to tackle information overload.


27. enhance  v. 提高,增强

e.g. enhance ones social awareness; enhance the quality of life; enhance mutual understanding


28. innovations  n. 创新,发明

e.g. education innovation; technological innovation



29. telecommunications  n. 远程通讯

e.g. The telecommunications industry is responsible for radio, television, voice communications, and broadband services.


30. priority  n. 首要任务,优先

e.g. The government and the public have given increasingly high priority to the problem of childrens education.


31. stability  n. 稳定

e.g. By serving in the army, a citizen fulfils his duty and obligations to maintain the stability and unity of the country.


32. establish  v. 制定,确立,设立

e.g. establish a company; establish a new rule; establish ones reputation


33. solve = combat = tackle = resolve = address  v. 解决

e.g. When will the police solve the crime?

   The police are now using computers to help combat crime. 

   I don't know how to tackle this problem.

   Resolve technique problem creatively.

  We must address ourselves to the problem of traffic pollution.


34. alleviate = ease  v. 减轻,缓解

e.g. We want to help alleviate the national food shortage.

   ease ones suffering; ease stress; ease the financial strain


35. invest in = allocate money to    对…投资

e.g. The company lacks sufficient money to invest in new products.

   Our province plans to allocate money to build a hydroelectric power plant.


36. authorities    n. 当局

e.g. Health authorities should take proper measures to deal with the increasingly serious rubbish problem in urban areas.


37. ban = forbid = prohibit    v. 禁止

e.g. It is undeniable that smoking should be banned in school.

   The law strictly forbids racial and sexual discrimination.


38. scrutinize    v. 监督,审议

e.g. Top athletes scrutinize both success and failure with their coach to extract lessons from them, but they are never distracted from longer-term goals.


39. administer = regulate   v. 管理

e.g. They had the right to administer their own internal affairs.

   Regulate operation of the macroeconomy


40. tax revenue    n. 税收

e.g. National tax revenue grew by a large margin every year.


41. obligation   n. 责任

e.g. under an obligation (to do); repay an obligation 报恩



42. broaden ones horizons     开阔人的眼界

43. enrich ones experience     丰富人的经历

e.g. widen ones horizon/vision/outlook  widen ones knowledge deepen

Overseas study broadens ones horizons, enriches ones experience and cultivates independence.


44. conflicts   n. 冲突

e.g. Carried out in the right way, tourism may not conflict with the conservation of historic buildings.


45. promote   v. 促进

e.g. National service helps to promote patriotism and foster a sense of nationhood.


46. explore    v. 探索

e.g. In the essay, I intend to explore why teenagers take drugs.


47. tourist attraction   旅游点

e.g. The Temple of Heaven is a tourist attraction in Beijing.


48. local residents = local inhabitants    当地居民

e.g. What await the politician is suspicion and unfriendliness from the local resident.

   The local inhabitant do not like noisy tourist in summer.


49. mutual understanding   相互了解

e.g. relation of mutual understanding or trust between people.



50. the proliferation of    …的大量扩散(比如英语,互连网,环境污染等)

e.g. Preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.  


51. plays a dominant role in    在…占统治地位

e.g. television plays a dominant role in molding public opinion


52. go extinct    灭绝

e.g. it will be the first feral cat species to go extinct in some 2,000 years.


53. lesser-known languages    小语种

e.g. Many of the world's lesser-known languages are being lost as fewer and fewer people speak them.


54. the widespread use of     …的广泛使用

e.g. The high cost prohibits the widespread use of the drug.



55. ancestors    n. 祖先

e.g. We have inherited the language from our ancestors. It would not be a good thing for the language to disappear because it represents our culture.


56. descendants    n. 后代