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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 4

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 4 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • ambiguous
  • arbitrary
  • assert
  • astounding
  • astute
  • concur
  • deceptively
  • designate
  • determined
  • elicit
  • embody
  • instigate
  • mundane
  • petition
  • relinquish
  • resilient
  • tempt
پخش ویدیو
Ambiguousمبهم
Arbitraryخودسرانه
Assertدفاع و حمایت کردن
Astoundingحیرت آور
Astuteباهوش، هوشیار
Concurهم رای بودن
Deceptivelyفریبکارانه، گول‌زننده
Designateگماشتن، برگزیدن
Determinedمصمم
Elicitاستخراج کردن
Embodyدر بر داشتن
Instigateتحریک کردن
Mundaneروزمره
Petitionدادخواست کردن
Relinquishول کردن، چشم پوشیدن
Resilientمقاوم
Temptاغوا کردن
  • ambiguous
  • n. ambiguity
  • adj. ambiguously
  • adj. unclear meaning; something that can be understood in more than one way
  • syn. vague

The men received an ambiguous message from their boss.

Her letter was full of ambiguities.


  • arbitrary
  • adv. arbitrarily
  • n. arbitrariness
  • adj. an action or decision made with little thought
  • syn. haphazard

Her choice of clothing seemed arbitrary.

The teacher arbitrarily decided to give the class a test.


  • assert
  • adv. assertively
  • n. assertiveness
  • n. assertion
  • n. assertive
  • v. to express or defend oneself strongly; to state positively
  • syn. declare

The government asserted its control over the banking system.

The company president is an assertive individual.


  • astounding
  • v. astound
  • adv. astoundingly
  • adj. very surprising
  • syn. astonishing

The scientists made an astounding discovery.

The fans were astounded by their team’s success.


  • astute
  • adv. astutely
  • n. astuteness
  • adj. very intelligent, smart, clever
  • syn. perceptive

He was an astute worker, finishing in half the time it took the others to finish.

They astutely determined that there would be no chance to finish on time.


  • concur
  • n. concurrence
  • v. to have the same opinion or draw the same conclusion
  • syn. agree

The director concurred with the conclusions of the committee’s report.

Do you concur with the details of the business plan?


  • deceptively
  • adj. deceptive
  • v. deceive
  • n. deception
  • adv. making something appear true or good when it is false or bad
  • syn. misleadingly

The magician deceptively made the rabbit disappear.

Bahram deceived Ali about the cost of the coat.


  • designate
  • n. designator
  • n. designation
  • v. to specify or select to do a task; to indicate
  • syn. assign

Mr. Zandi designated the secretary to represent him at the meeting.

The designated driver drove everyone home after the party.


  • determined
  • n. determination
  • v. determine
  • adj. strong in one’s opinion, firm in conviction, to find out
  • syn. resolute

They were determined to go to graduate school.

The judge determined that the man was lying.


  • elicit
  • n. elicitation
  • v. to get the facts or draw out the truth
  • syn. extract

A lawyer will elicit all the facts necessary to prove her case.

Elicitation of the truth can be difficult at times.


  • embody
  • n. embodiment
  • v. to be a good example of a concept or idea
  • syn. exemplify

The constitution is an embodiment of Iranian ideals.

Elham embodies all of the qualities of a good leader.


  • instigate
  • n. instigator
  • adj. instigative
  • v. to cause a conflict or argument
  • syn. initiate

No one knew who had instigated the demonstration.

Dissatisfaction with government policies instigated the revolution.


  • mundane
  • n. mundanity
  • adv. mundanely
  • adj. common or routine
  • syn. ordinary

The student’s mundane summer job frustrated her.

His mother asked him to do all the mundane household chores.


  • petition
  • n. petition
  • v. to make a request
  • syn. appeal

Iran petitioned the United Nations to consider its case.

The student’s petition was denied.


  • relinquish
  • n. relinquishment
  • v. to give up control
  • syn. abdicate

The troubled executive relinquished her control of the company.

The relinquishment of his claim to the building will allow the building to be sold.


  • resilient
  • n. resilience
  • adv. resiliently
  • adj. strong enough to recover from difficulty or disease
  • syn. tenacious

She has a resilient personality and will soon feel better.

The doctor was surprised by his patient’s resilience.


  • tempt
  • adv. temptingly
  • n. temptation
  • adj. tempting
  • v. to make it attractive to do something, usually something not good
  • syn. entice

The idea of getting rich quickly tempted him to invest his life savings.

Desserts are more tempting when one is on a diet.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 4

1. 
astute

2. 
astounding

3. 
A lawyer will __________ all the facts necessary to prove her case.

4. 
They were __________ to go to graduate school.

5. 
concurred

6. 
The government __________ its control over the banking system.

7. 
The idea of getting rich quickly __________ him to invest his life savings.

8. 
tempt

9. 
She has a __________ personality and will soon feel better.

10. 
arbitrary

11. 
The president __________ the vice president to represent him at the meeting.

12. 
appeal

13. 
vague

14. 
The troubled executive __________ her control of the company.

15. 
resolute

16. 
asserted

17. 
Canada __________ the United Nations to consider its case.

18. 
The magician __________ made the rabbit disappear.

19. 
elicit

20. 
abdicate

21. 
resilient

22. 
designated

23. 
petition

24. 
No one knew who had __________ the demonstration.

25. 
embody

26. 
deceptive

27. 
He was an __________ worker, finishing in half the time it took the others to finish.

28. 
mundane

29. 
Her choice of clothing seemed __________ .

30. 
The constitution is an __________ of American ideals.

31. 
misleadingly

32. 
The scientists made an __________ discovery.

33. 
The director __________ with the conclusions of the committee's report.

34. 
The men received an __________ message from their boss.

35. 
instigate

36. 
The student's __________ summer job frustrated her.

12 پاسخ

    1. خواهش می کنم، نظر لطف شماست
      امیدوارم نهایت استفاده رو ببرید از این مجموعه

  1. Hi dear teacher
    Thank you indeed for your very good collection of these English lessons. It is very good for learning English because it has been classified in an exact way.
    I hope you can get so benefit from that and being more satisfied by them, day to day. Also, I am willing to reach my necessary Ielts band score very soon 🙏
    Your sincerely

    1. Hi, glad to help
      I’ grateful for your nice comment. it’s nice of you to say that

  2. درود استاد عزیز. ممنون از طراحی سایت. چند روزی هست که شروع به آموزش لغات کردم. بسیار زحمت کشیدید.
    امیدوارم موفق باشید.

    1. درود، خوشحالم که دارید استفاده می کنید. موفق باشید

  3. من دو سه ماهی هست که از منابع سایت شما بخصوص از لغات ایلتس و سایر مطالب استفاده میکنم و کلی دعاتون میکنم.
    کاری که از دستم برمیومد این بود سایت شما را به چند نفر معرفی کنم.
    و انشاالله در اولین فرصت تصمیم دارم از کلاس اسپیکینگ و لیسنیگ شما استفاده کنم.
    استاد زندی انشاالله همیشه سلامت باشید.

    1. سلام، خیلی ممنون که برام کامنت نوشتی
      این جملات خیلی به من انرژی میده، انشالله که نهایت استفاده رو از محتوای سایت ببری

  4. سلام وقت بخیر. من تازه شروع به مطالعه ی این مجموعه ی خوب کردم. بسیار سخاوتمندانه و انسان‌دوستانه. امیدوارم منفعت های بسیاری از این مجموعه نصیبتون بشه. یک دنیا ممنون⚘🍃

    1. سلام، بسیار ممنونم که برام کامنت نوشتید. تهیه این مجموعه 4 ماه زمان برد. تست آنلاین این مجموعه از همه سخت تر بود، ولی ارزش داشت.
      امیدوارم به نمره آیلتس تون کمک بکنه

    2. سپاس فراوان از این مجموعه بی نظیر که فراهم کردید و در اختیار یادگیرندگان قرار دادید 🙏🙏🙏👌👌👌

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