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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 12

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 12 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • benefit
  • blind
  • broaden
  • burgeon
  • conspicuously
  • deficient
  • eloquent
  • endorse
  • enormous
  • entirely
  • erode
  • evaporate
  • noteworthy
  • recover
  • reportedly
  • shift
  • susceptible
پخش ویدیو
Benefitفایده رساندن
Blindکور
Broadenگسترده کردن
Burgeon رشد با سرعت
Conspicuouslyبه وضوح
Deficientدارای کمبود
Eloquentشیوا، سخنور
Endorseتایید
Enormousعظیم
Entirelyکاملاً
Erodeفرسایش
Evaporateتبخیر شدن
Noteworthyقابل توجه
Recoverبازیابی
Reportedlyگزارش شده
Shiftتغییر
Susceptibleمستعد، حساس
  • benefit
  • adv. beneficially
  • adj. beneficial
  • n. benefit
  • n. beneficiary
  • v. to be useful or helpful
  • syn. assist

Use of solar power will benefit all mankind.

It is extremely beneficial to prepare for a test.


  • blind
  • adv. blindly
  • n. blindness
  • unable to see or understand; to conceal; showing poor judgment or understanding of something
  • syn. unaware

They were blind to the fact that they had little chance to succeed.

He went into the job blindly, with no previous experience.


  • broaden
  • adj. broad
  • n. breadth
  • adv. broadly
  • v. to make larger or greater
  • syn. enlarge

Education will broaden your opportunities to land a good job.

The breadth of his knowledge is impressive.


  • burgeon
  • adj. burgeoning
  • v. growing at a fast pace
  • syn. thrive

The burgeoning population of major cities is creating a demand for more services.

His talent as a pianist burgeoned at the age of 14.


  • conspicuously
  • adj. conspicuous
  • adv. attracting attention
  • syn. noticeably

His name was conspicuously absent from the list of winners.

The attorneys were conspicuous for their aggressive manner in the courtroom.


  • deficient
  • adv. deficiently
  • n. deficiency
  • adj. not having enough of something
  • syn. lacking

A diet deficient in calcium can lead to bad health.

There is a deficiency of qualified engineers in the country.


  • eloquent
  • adv. eloquently
  • n. eloquence
  • adj. expressing clearly, effectively, and convincingly
  • syn. articulate

Successful politicians are usually eloquent speakers.

That student’s essay is eloquently written.


  • endorse
  • n. endorsement
  • v. to express approval
  • syn. support

The union endorsed the new contract.

The president’s endorsement of the project guaranteed its funding.


  • enormous
  • adv. enormously
  • n. enormity
  • adj. very large
  • syn. tremendous

His enormous wealth allows him to contribute to many charities.

A diet with many fruits and vegetables is enormously beneficial to the body.


  • entirely
  • adv. entire
  • n. entirety
  • adv. completely
  • syn. thoroughly

The economist was entirely right in his analysis.

The president released the speech in its entirety before the news conference.


  • erode
  • n. erosion
  • v. to wear away; disappear slowly
  • syn. deteriorate

The senator’s support is eroding because of his unpopular positions on the major issues.

It took Trillions of years of erosion for nature to form the Grand Canyon.


  • evaporate
  • n. evaporation
  • v. to vanish
  • syn. disappear

The chances of the two sides reaching an agreement have evaporated.

The evaporation of the funds was unexplainable.


  • noteworthy
  • n. noteworthiness
  • adj. deserving positive recognition or attention
  • syn. remarkable

The university has a noteworthy collection of ancient texts.

There was a noteworthy increase in the amount of money the school raised.


  • recover
  • adj. recovered
  • adj. recoverable
  • n. recovery
  • v. to get back; to have something returned
  • syn. retrieve

The NASA team was unable to recover the space capsule.

The recovered objects had not been damaged.


  • reportedly
  • adj. reported
  • v. report
  • n. report
  • adv. to know by the report; unconfirmed; supposedly
  • syn. rumoured

The students reportedly sent a representative, but she has not yet arrived.

The reported tornado has not been confirmed.


  • shift
  • adj. shifting
  • v. shift
  • adj. shifty
  • n. a change in position or direction
  • syn. switch

The shift in the wind was helpful to the sailors.

Earthquakes are caused by shifting layers of earth along faults.


  • susceptible
  • n. susceptibleness
  • adj. susceptibly
  • adj. to be subject to influence; capable of being affected by a person or thing
  • syn. vulnerable

When travelling in tropical climates, travellers are susceptible to malaria.

Adolescents are especially susceptible to the influence of their friends.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 12

1. 
eroded

2. 
burgeoning

3. 
enormous

4. 
switch

5. 
A diet __________in calcium can lead to bad health.

6. 
The NASA team was unable to __________ the space capsule.

7. 
lacking

8. 
The university has a __________ collection of ancient texts.

9. 
The __________ in the wind was helpful to the sailors.

10. 
recovered

11. 
susceptible

12. 
retrieve

13. 
Education will __________ your opportunities to land a good job.

14. 
His __________ wealth allows him to contribute to many charities.

15. 
thrive

16. 
noticeably

17. 
They were __________ to the fact that they had little chance to succeed.

18. 
The senator's support is __________ because of his unpopular positions on the major issues.

19. 
broaden

20. 
The chances of the two sides reaching an agreement have __________. (present perfect)

21. 
The union __________ the new contract.

22. 
entirely

23. 
When traveling in tropical climates, travelers are __________ to malaria.

24. 
rumored

25. 
benefit

26. 
The __________ tornado has not been confirmed.

27. 
Successful politicians are usually __________ speakers.

28. 
His name was __________ absent from the list of winners.

29. 
Use of solar power will __________ all mankind.

30. 
broadened

31. 
The __________ population of major cities is creating a demand for more services.

32. 
endorsed

33. 
eloquent

34. 
benefit

35. 
evaporated

36. 
The economist was __________ right in his analysis.

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