IELTS Speaking - Từ vựng IELTS chủ đề Study (Update 2023)
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IELTS Speaking – Từ vựng IELTS chủ đề Study (Update 2023)

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IELTS Speaking - Từ vựng IELTS chủ đề Study - TDP IELTS
IELTS Speaking – Từ vựng IELTS chủ đề Study – TDP IELTS

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Từ vựng IELTS chủ đề Study

Từ vựng chủ đề study IELTS speaking:

Instruction: Read the following words carefully and make your own sentences using three different tenses (present, past, future) for each item:

  1. Compulsory / kəmˈpʌlsəri / (adjective) – You must do it because of a rule or law (bắt buộc)

Synonyms – forced, necessary, required

Collocations – quite, completely

Example – A new law was introduced that made wearing seat belts compulsory.

  1. Curriculum / kəˈrɪkjʊləm / (noun) – All the courses that were given in a school or college (chương trình học)

Synonyms – program, course, syllabus

Collocations – national, educational, subject-based

Example – Math is a core subject in the school curriculum.

  1. Inquisitive / ɪnˈkwɪzətɪv / (adjective) – Wanting to discover a lot about people or things (tò mò)

Synonyms – curious, snoopy, concerned

Collocations – highly, naturally, very

Example – The students are pretty inquisitive.

  1. Discipline / ˈdɪsɪplɪn / (noun) – Ability to control yourself or other people, even in difficult situations (kỷ luật)

Synonyms – constraint, self-control, restraint

Collocations – impose, maintain, lack

Example – Learning a foreign language requires discipline.

  1. Peer / pɪə / (noun) – A person has the same age or the same social position as other people in a group (bạn đồng trang lứa)

Synonyms – fellow, friend, mate

Collocations – group, pressure

Example – Teenagers are often worried about looking stupid in front of their peers.

  1. Remedial / rɪˈmiːdɪəl / (adjective) Intend to correct or improve something (khắc phục)

Synonyms – amendatory, corrective, rectifying

Collocations – class, action, course

Example – Students can enroll in remedial English classes.

  1. Graduate / ˈɡrædʒʊeɪt / (verb) To complete school, college, or university successfully (tốt nghiệp)

Synonyms – step up, move up, go forward

Collocations – from

Example – Their boss graduated from the University of London.

  1. Qualification / ˌkwɒlɪfɪˈkeɪʃən / (noun) – An official record showing that you have finished a training course or have the necessary skills (bằng cấp/ trình độ chuyên môn)

Synonyms – capability, credentials, ability

Collocations – academic, professional, vocational

Example – Young people will never get a good job if they don’t have any qualifications.

  1. Research / rɪˈsɜːtʃ / (noun) A detailed study of a subject, especially in order to discover new information (nghiên cứu)

Synonyms – examination, exploration, study

Collocations – scientific, medical, carry out

Example – They are conducting some fascinating research on dolphins.

  1. Visual learner / ˈvɪʒuəl ˈlɜːnə / (noun) – A person learns by reading or seeing pictures, understand and remember things by sight (người học qua thị giác)

Synonyms – spatial learners

Collocations – quick, advanced, young

Example – Visual learners learn best when information is presented in pictures or diagrams.

  1. Theory / ˈθɪəri / (noun) A formal statement of ideas used to explain a fact or event (lý thuyết)

Synonyms – thesis, hypothesis, idea

Collocations – general, conflicting, abstract, conspiracy

Example – The scientists have a theory that the hole was caused by a meteorite.

  1. Degree / dɪˈɡriː / (noun) – The level of achievement recognized for a student completing a course at a college or university (bằng cấp)

Synonyms – qualification, credit

Collocations – honours, university, master’s

Example – She earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Yale.

  1. Post-graduate / pəʊst ˈɡrædʒʊeɪt / (adjective) Engaged in formal studies after graduation (đào tạo sau đại học)

Antonym – undergraduate

Collocations – course, degree, diploma

Example – After college, she spent her first post-graduate year studying abroad.

  1. Evaluate / ɪˈvæljʊeɪt / (noun) To judge or calculate the importance, or value of sth (đánh giá)

Synonyms – assess, estimate, rate

Collocations – fully, properly, thoroughly

Example – This activity encourages students to evaluate different points of view.

  1. Analyse / ˈænəlaɪz / (verb) Study or examine sth in detail to discover more about it (phân tích)

Synonyms – evaluate, examine, inspect

Collocations – carefully, scientifically, systematically

Example – Researchers analysed the spending habits of 6300 households.

  1. Procrastinate / prəʊˈkræstɪneɪt / (verb) To delay doing something (trì hoãn)

Synonyms – delay, drag, loaf

Collocations – keep, stop

Example – When it comes to housework, people tend to procrastinate.

Vocabulary about Study - TDP IELTS
Vocabulary about Study – TDP IELTS

Tìm hiểu thêm:

  1. Distant learning / ˈdɪstənt ˈlɜːnɪŋ / (noun) A way of studying in which you do not attend a school, but study from where you live (giáo dục từ xa)

Synonyms – distance education, online course, e-learning

Collocations – course, program, package

Example – The Open University offers a wide range of distant learning programmes.

  1. Remote learning / rɪˈməʊt ˈlɜːnɪŋ / (noun) A system of education in which students study at home and interact through the Internet (giáo dục từ xa)

Synonyms – online learning, further study, e-learning

Collocations – take, participate in, join

Example – The Covid-19 pandemic has made lots of students get used to remote learning.

  1. Higher education / ˌhaɪər ˌedʒʊˈkeɪʃən / (noun) Education beyond high school, especially at a college or university (giáo dục bậc cao)

Synonyms – higher learning, schooling

Collocations – continue, extend, finish, complete

Example – Students and their parents worry about the rising cost of higher education.

  1. Literacy / ˈlɪtərəsi / (noun) The ability to read and write (khả năng đọc viết)

Synonyms – education, knowledge, learning

Collocations – acquire, develop, promote

Example – The country has a literacy rate of almost 98%.

Lời kết

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