Cambridge IELTS Vocabulary+CD
The Cambridge IELTS Vocabulary (For Band 6.5 and Above) is designed for candidates aiming for an IELTS score of 6.5 or higher. This book was published in 2021 and is a new version of the former Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS, which is now available with a new edition and name. Suitable for both general and academic exam preparation, this book strengthens the learner to achieve a high score by focusing on words. The present book teaches tips for learning words, and at the same time teaches the specialized language needed to perform specific tasks that require the description of raw information or the steps of doing something.
A good feature of the Cambridge IELTS Vocabulary is that it identifies common mistakes that volunteers make to avoid being learned by the learner. In addition, a list of words is prepared in each section, which can make it easier to navigate and recall. In addition, this book contains a variety of exercises for each IELTS skill, the answers to all of which can be seen at the end of the book. This feature makes the Cambridge IELTS Vocabulary a good choice for self-study. Another version of this book has recently been published, which includes words for candidates who intend to get up to 6 points in the IELTS test.
Cambridge IELTS Vocabulary Book Accessories (For Band 6.5 and Above)
The Cambridge IELTS Vocabulary comes with an audio CD that contains the book's audio content, including pronunciation and listening exercises. With the help of this audio file, language learners will also improve their listening skills.
English language proficiency test Introduction to IELTS test
The IELTS test, which stands for International English Language Testing System, is an international English language test that, along with the TOEFL and CAE, is among the most prestigious English language tests. Having an IELTS degree with a suitable score for work, study, or immigration to English-speaking countries is essential, and for this reason, in each period of this test, many candidates with different language levels participate in the IELTS test. The IELTS certificate is valid for two years and the scores of this test are calculated from 0 to 9. The IELTS test consists of four separate sections that assess the candidate's four language skills Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking. This test is generally divided into two types, General (Academic) and Academic (Academic), which are more required for universities. There is a big difference between the IELTS academic and the general IELTS test, so the learner must decide which test he/she intends to take before taking any action. The Cambridge IELTS Vocabulary is the most complete resource for advanced language learners who want to get the best score on the IELTS test.