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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 22

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 22 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • account
  • archaic
  • bring about
  • enlighten
  • hasten
  • hue
  • Inactive
  • Intricate
  • magnitude
  • oblige
  • overlook
  • poll
  • practical
  • predominant
  • prompt
  • provoke
پخش ویدیو
Accountحکایت، حساب، صورت حساب
Archaicقدیمی، کهنه
Bring Aboutسبب وقوع امری شدن
Enlightenتعلیم دادن
Hastenشتافتن
Hueرنگ
Inactiveغیرفعال
Intricateپیچیده
Magnitudeاندازه
Obligeوادار کردن
Overlookنادیده گرفتن
Pollنظر سنجی
Practicalکاربردی
Predominantغالب
Promptبرانگیختن، سریع
Provokeدامن زدن
  • account
  • adj. accountable
  • v. account
  • n. accounting
  • accountant
  • n. a report of an event; money kept in a bank; a statement of something used or received, usually a financial report
  • syn. store

His account of the incident varied from that of the other witnesses.

We need an accounting of all the money that was spent.


  • archaic
  • adj. very old; old-fashioned; no longer used
  • syn. ancient

These archaic methods of farming must be brought up-to-date.

His speech was full of archaic expressions.


  • bring about
  • ph. v. to cause something to happen
  • syn. generate

The invention of the cell phone brought about an end to the popularity of traditional telephones.

The newly elected president of the club promised to bring about positive changes.


  • enlighten
  • n. enlightenment
  • adj. enlightened
  • v. to give information or understanding to someone
  • syn. instruct

Books often enlighten readers to different ways of thinking.

The speaker enlightened the audience on how to succeed in college.


  • hasten
  • adj. hastily
  • adj. hasty
  • n. hastiness
  • v. to cause to go faster; move forward more quickly
  • syn. accelerate

After notifying the driver’s family of the accident, the officer hastened to add that their son had not been hurt.

You should not make important decisions hastily.


  • hue
  • n. colour
  • syn. colour

The hue of the sunset was beautiful.

The hue of the room gave it a warm feeling.


  • inactive
  • n. inaction
  • n. inactivity
  • adj. not moving; not involved
  • syn. idle

The virus remains inactive for a long period of time.

Her inaction has caused her to miss many opportunities to advance her career.


  • intricate
  • adv. intricately
  • n. intricacy
  • adj. having many parts; finely detailed
  • syn. complex

The intricate design of the vase made it a valuable piece for her collection.

I cannot begin to understand all of the intricacies of modern automobile motors.


  • magnitude
  • adv. magnificently
  • adj. magnificent
  • v. magnify*
  • n. magnification*
  • n. of great size or importance
  • *to increase
  • syn. dimension

The magnitude of shock waves determines the damage that occurs during an earthquake.

The invention of the telephone was a magnificent achievement for mankind.


  • oblige
  • adv. obligingly
  • adj. obliging
  • adj. obligatory
  • n. obligation
  • v. to have to do something
  • syn. require

She obliged her friend to choose a new lab partner.

Payment of the student activity fee was obligatory.


  • overlook
  • adj. overlooked
  • v. to ignore or neglect
  • syn. disregard

Scientists must not overlook any aspect of the experimental procedure.

The overlooked error raised his score on the test.


  • poll
  • n. polling
  • n. pollster
  • n. questionnaire; a vote of public opinion
  • syn. survey

The poll indicated that conservation of the environment was the number one issue with college students.

The pollster asked the questions in a nonpartisan manner.


  • practical
  • adv. practically
  • adj. practicable
  • an. practicality
  • adj. convenient or effective
  • syn. functional

Her ambitious plan was not very practical.

Space travel to distant planets is not practicable at this time.


  • predominant
  • adv. predominantly
  • n. predominate
  • n. predominance
  • adj. the most noticeable or powerful element
  • syn. principal

The predominant export of the Middle East is petroleum.

Many cities in the Southwest are predominantly Hispanic.


  • prompt
  • adv. promptly
  • n. promptness
  • v. to cause something to happen; do quickly; be on time
  • syn. induce

His emotional plea prompted the director to give him a second chance.

Promptness is an important factor in many societies.


  • provoke
  • n. provocation
  • adj. provocative
  • v. to cause or produce negative behaviour or result
  • syn. trigger

The installation of speed cameras provoked an angry response from the public.

The manager did not deliberately provoke the argument among his workers.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 22

1. 
overlooked

2. 
The virus remains __________ for a long period of time.

3. 
provoke

4. 
His emotional plea __________ the director to give him a second chance.

5. 
size

6. 
His __________ of the incident varied from that of the other witnesses.

7. 
induces

8. 
The __________ export of the Middle East is petroleum.

9. 
practical

10. 
idle

11. 
polls

12. 
inactive

13. 
After notifying the driver's family of the accident, the officer __________ to add that their son had not been hurt.

14. 
The __________ indicated that conservation of the environment was the number one issue with college students.

15. 
hue

16. 
The installation of speed cameras __________ an angry response from the public.

17. 
Her ambitious plan was not very __________

18. 
disregard

19. 
intricate

20. 
The __________ design of the vase made it a valuable piece for her collection.

21. 
archaic

22. 
The invention of the cell phone __________ an end to the popularity of traditional telephones.

23. 
account

24. 
Scientists must not ________ any aspect of experimental procedure.

25. 
bring about

26. 
predominant

27. 
hasten

28. 
The __________of shock waves determines the damage that occurs during an earthquake.

29. 
color

30. 
The __________ of the sunset was beautiful.

31. 
She __________ her friend to choose a new lab partner.

32. 
Books often __________ readers to different ways of thinking.

33. 
require

34. 
very old

35. 
These __________ methods of farming must be brought up-to-date.

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