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لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 7

کاربردی ترین و اصلی ترین واژه های آکادمیک و جنرال آیلتس - لغات ضروری آیلتس درس 7 به شما کمک می کند با تسلط و مهارت بیشتری سوالات ریدینگ و اسپکینگ را پاسخ دهید.

  • attribute
  • brash
  • clarify
  • conceal
  • confirm
  • convenient
  • core
  • critical
  • discrepancy
  • distort
  • diverse
  • eventually
  • prosperous
  • purposefully
  • reveal
  • scarcely
  • theoretically
پخش ویدیو
Attributeصفت، نسبت دادن
Brashبی پروا
Clarifyروشن کردن
Concealپنهان کردن، پوشاندن
Confirmتایید
Convenientراحت
Coreهسته
Criticalبحرانی
Discrepancyاختلاف
Distortناهموار کردن
Diverseگوناگون، متنوع
Eventuallyدر نهایت
Prosperousپر رونق، موفق
Purposefullyهدفمند
Revealفاش کردن
Scarcelyبه ندرت
Theoreticallyاز نظر تئوری
  • attribute
  • v. attribute
  • adj. attributable
  • n. Something that is thought to belong to a person or thing; a quality by which something is identified
  • syn. characteristic

His ability to work on a team is one of his many outstanding attributes.

The forest fire was attributed to careless campers who abandoned a live campfire.


  • brash
  • n. brashness
  • adv. brashly
  • adj. confident or aggressive; lacking regard for consequences
  • syn. reckless

The brash young man made many poor business decisions.

Lucy’s brashness often got her into trouble at school.


  • clarify
  • n. clarification
  • v. to make more easily understood; to make clear
  • syn. explain

Chapter 2 in the textbook clarifies the process of osmosis.

A clarification of the government’s position on this matter is necessary.


  • conceal
  • n. concealment
  • v. to prevent from being seen or discovered
  • syn. hide

The students concealed their feelings about the course.

His concealment of the evidence made his case more difficult to prove.


  • confirm
  • n. confirmation
  • adj. confirmed
  • v. to make certain; give support
  • syn. prove

The director confirmed that the meeting would be on the tenth.

We have just received confirmation of your reservation on the flight to Los Angeles.


  • convenient
  • adv. conveniently
  • n. convenience
  • adj. easy to reach; near; suitable to one’s needs
  • syn. practical

The investigator suspected that the disappearance of the evidence was too convenient to be accidental.

For the convenience of the student body, the library is located in a central location.


  • core
  • n. core
  • adj. the central or most important part
  • syn. chief

The core curriculum consists of courses that are required of all students.

They are loyal to the core.


  • critical
  • v. critique
  • n. criticism
  • n. critic
  • adv. critically
  • adj. very serious or unsafe; finding fault
  • syn. dangerous

It is critical to follow the directions for the experiment exactly as the instructor indicates.

The runner accepted criticism from his coach very well.


  • discrepancy
  • n. a difference between things that should be similar or equal
  • syn. inconsistency

The discrepancy in her experiment data led her to believe that she had made a mistake.

There is usually a discrepancy between how coffee smells and how it tastes.


  • distort
  • adj. distorted
  • n. distortion
  • v. to change from the original shape or condition, usually in an unnatural way
  • syn. deform

Time and space are distorted when travelling at the speed of light.

Distortion of the image from a microscope can be caused by low light.


  • diverse
  • adv. diversely
  • n. diversity
  • v. diversify
  • adj. various; distinct from others
  • syn. different

Ali had many diverse interests in psychology.

The diversity of life forms on the earth makes zoology an interesting area of study.


  • eventually
  • adv. to happen at some time in the future, usually gradually
  • syn. finally

A good education will eventually pay big dividends.

Eventually, the couple will pay off their mortgage and own their house.


  • prosperous
  • adv. prosperously
  • v. prosper
  • n. prosperity
  • adj. successful, wealthy
  • syn. thriving

In the early 1900s, San Francisco was a prosperous city.

Bacteria prosper under the proper conditions.


  • purposefully
  • adj. purposeful
  • adv. purposely
  • n. purpose
  • adv. done for a special reason
  • syn. deliberately

The course syllabus was designed purposefully to be easy to follow.

He was authorized to spend the money for business purposes.


  • reveal
  • adv. revealingly
  • adj. revealing
  • n. revelation
  • v. to uncover; to expose
  • syn. disclose

The president revealed some of his ideas before he gave his speech.

The report made some revelations about the nature of the conflict.


  • scarcely
  • adj. scarce
  • n. scarcity
  • adv. almost not
  • syn. hardly

The woman scarcely spoke a word of English.

Due to a scarcity of water, a rationing plan was established.


  • theoretically
  • adj. theoretical
  • n. theory
  • v. theorize
  • adv. according to a reasoned, but not proven, point of view
  • syn. hypothetically

His argument was theoretically appealing, but not realistic.

Leonardo da Vinci theorized that Earth was not the center of the universe.

تمرین لغات مهم و ضروی آیلتس درس 7

1. 
The investigator suspected that the disappearance of the evidence was too __________ to be accidental.

2. 
The students __________ their feelings about the course.

3. 
thriving

4. 
The course syllabus was designed __________ to be easy to follow.

5. 
reveals

6. 
It is __________ to follow the directions for the experiment exactly as the instructor indicates.

7. 
His ability to work on a team is one of his many outstanding __________.

8. 
hypothetically

9. 
diverse

10. 
His argument was __________ appealing, but not realistic.

11. 
Bahram had many __________ interests in psychology.

12. 
prosperous

13. 
Time and space are __________ when traveling at the speed of light.

14. 
The __________ young man made many poor business decisions.

15. 
brash

16. 
In the early 1900s, San Francisco was a __________ city.

17. 
deform

18. 
The __________ in her experiment data led her to believe that she had made a mistake.

19. 
The director __________ that the meeting would be on the tenth.

20. 
The __________ curriculum consists of courses that are required of all students.

21. 
different

22. 
Chapter 2 in the textbook __________the process of osmosis.

23. 
convenient

24. 
A good education will __________ pay big dividends.

25. 
purposefully

26. 
eventually

27. 
attribute

28. 
clarify

29. 
core

30. 
distort

31. 
confirms

32. 
The president __________ some of his ideas before he gave his speech.

33. 
The woman __________ spoke a word of English.

34. 
reveal

35. 
inconsistency

36. 
concealed


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