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    TÀI LIỆU CHIA SẺ IELTS-[IELTS WRITING TASK 2]- CÁCH CẢI THIỆN ĐIỂM TỪ VỰNG TRONG WRITING

    Danh sách các từ vựng academic thường gặp trong các bài viết task 2

    To indicate more information

    • Besides - Making an additional point; anyway
    • Furthermore
    • In addition
    • Moreover
    • Likewise
    • Indeed – In truth
    • In fact
    • Also
    • As well
    • Foremost - Ranking above all others; Preceding all others in spatial position
    • First, Second, Third, Finally
    • Firstly, Secondly, Thirdly
    To indicate an example

    • For example
    • For instance
    • In particular
    • Particularly - Specifically or especially distinguished from others
    • Specifically
    • To illustrate
    • To demonstrate
    To indicate a cause or reason

    • Since
    • Because
    • Because of
    • Due to
    • For
    • For the reason that
    • As
    • Inasmuch as - Since
    • Whereby - As a result of which, By which, "the means whereby we achieved our goal"
    To indicate a result or an effect

    • Accordingly - because of the reason given
    • Consequently
    • Hence
    • So
    • Therefore
    • Thus
    • Thusly - In the way indicated
    • Thence - From that fact or reason or as a result
    • Therefrom - From that circumstance or source
    • Thereof - Of or concerning this or that, From that circumstance or source
    • Corollary - A practical consequence that follows naturally, "blind jealousy is a frequent corollary of passionate love"
    To conclude

    • For the aforementioned reasons
    • For the aforementioned reasons, there is no doubt that
    • To sum up the foregoing,
    • Given these facts
    • In conclusion
    • In closing
    • To conclude
    To express an opinion

    • In all due fairness
    • With good judgment, (one/we may)
    To describe or make

    • vivid
    • portray
    • depict
    • exhibit
    • illustrate
    • expose
    • present
    • paint a portrait
    • limn - Trace the shape of, make a portrait of
    • delineate
    • represent
    • demonstrate
    • constitute - Form or compose
    • embodied - (adj) Expressed by
    • embody - (v) Represent or express in tangible form
    • embodiment
    To prove

    • manifest - Provide evidence for; stand as proof of
    • attest - Provide evidence for
    • testify - Provide evidence for
    • certify - Provide evidence for
    • endorse, indorse - Give support or one's approval to
    • shew - Establish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment
    • establish
    • instance - (v) Clarify by giving an example of
    • exemplify - (v) Clarify by giving an example of
    To compare or contrast

    • Whereas
    • In comparison
    • In contrast
    • However
    • Although
    • On the other hand
    • Likewise
    • Similarly
    • But
    • Yet
    • Withal - Despite anything to the contrary (usually following a concession)
    • Withal - Together with this
    • Nevertheless - Despite anything to the contrary
    • Nonetheless - Despite anything to the contrary
    • Notwithstanding - Despite anything to the contrary
    • Even so - Despite anything to the contrary
    • All the same - Despite anything to the contrary
    To indicate time

    • After
    • Before
    • Currently
    • During
    • Eventually
    • Finally
    • First, Second, etc.
    • Formerly
    • Immediately
    • Initially
    • Lastly
    • Later
    • Meanwhile
    • Next
    • Once
    • Previously
    • Simultaneously
    • Soon
    • Subsequently
    • Subsequent - Following in time and order
    • Hitherto, Heretofore - Used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time, “The sun hasn’t rose hitherto.”
    • In due time
    • Henceforth
    To indicate certainty

    • Truly
    • Sincerely
    • Genuinely
    • Surely
    • Rightfully
    • Absolutely
    • Indubitably
    • Certainly
    • Without doubt
    • Needless to say
    To indicate doubt

    • Most likely
    • More likely
    • Possibly
    • Probably
    • Dubitable - Open to doubt or suspicion
    • Dubious - Distressed with uncertainty or doubt
    To summarize

    • Overall
    • To summarize
    • In summary
    • To sum up
    • Paraphrased
    • Briefly
    • In brief
    • Summing up
    • To put it briefly
    • précis - A sketchy summary, Make a summary (of)
    • synopsis - A sketchy summary
    • apercu - A short synopsis
    To provide a condition

    • provision, proviso - A stipulated condition
    • stipulate - Specify as a condition or requirement in a contract
    • given
    • if
    • whether
    • whenever
    • when
    • while
    To express positive words

    • magnificent
    • grandeur - The quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand, the quality of being exalted in character or ideals or conduct
    • magnanimous - The quality of being exalted in character or ideals or conduct
    • fantastic
    • fantastical
    • phenomenal
    • wonderful
    • extraordinary
    • marvelous
    • superb
    • good
    • fine
    • great
    • avid - Emotionally desirable
    • avid ambition to succeed
    • excellent
    • spectacular
    • prodigious
    • grand
    • brilliant
    • glorious - Bringing great happiness and thankfulness
    • illustrious - Widely known and esteemed
    • notable - Worthy of notice
    • respected
    • impressive
    • splendid
    • splendiferous - Having great beauty and splendor
    • resplendent - Having great beauty and splendor, Richly and brilliantly colorful
    • flamboyant - Elaborately or excessively ornamented, Richly and brilliantly colorful
    • redoubtable - Having or worthy of pride
    • formidable - Extremely impressive in strength or excellence
    • prowess
    • superior
    • terrific
    • tremendous
    • wondrous - Extraordinarily good
    • wonderful
    • sublime - Inspiring awe, Lifted up or set high
    • flair - natural talent
    • knack - A special way of doing something
    • outshine - Attract more attention and praise than others
    • paramount - Having superior power and influence
    • predominant
    • preponderating
    • prevailing
    To show intelligence

    • profound
    • shrewd – hardheaded (practical experience and observation) intelligence
    • astute
    • acumen - Shrewdness shown by keen insight
    • insightful
    • savvy - The cognitive condition of someone who understands
    • cognition - The psychological result of perception, learning and reasoning
    • genius
    • smart
    • sharp
    • keen
    • mastermind
    • Einstein - Someone who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality
    • work of art
    • fine art
    • maven - Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
    • mavin - Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
    • adept - Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
    • whiz - Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
    • wizard - Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
    To intensify

    • incredibly
    • exceedingly
    • toppingly - extremely well
    • extremely
    • extraordinarily
    • truly
    • really
    • very
    • utterly - Completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers, With sublimity; in a sublime manner
    • absolutely
    • perfectly
    • sublimely
    • dramatically
    • sheer - (adj.) Complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as an intensifier; (adv.) Directly "he fell sheer into the water"
    Said

    • enounced, enunciated - Speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way
    • pronounced - Speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way
    • articulated - Express or state clearly
    • vocalized - Express or state clearly
    • posited - Put firmly
    • stated
    • expressed
    • reported
    • alleged - Declared but not proved
    • averred - Report or maintain, To declare or affirm in a grave manner and formally as true
    • affirmed, asserted
    • wrote
    • composed
    • indited - Produce a literary work
    • penned - Produce a literary work
    • spelt - Indicate or signify
    • voiced, sounded - Give voice to
    • demean - Reduce in worth or character, usually verbally
    Noted (said)

    • remarked
    • denoted - Be a sign or indication of, "Her smile denoted that she agreed"
    • observed
    • commented
    • mentioned
    • referred
    • announced
    • noticed
    Precisely

    • explicitly
    • accurately
    • expressly
    • exactly
    • incisively
    Numerous

    • innumerable
    • many
    • various
    • several
    • diverse
    • umpteen
    • umteen
    • myriad (noun and adj.)
    Praise

    • extol - (v) Praise, glorify, or honor
    • exalt
    • glorify
    • laud
    • proclaim
    • revere
    • idolize
    • worship
    • venerate
    Call Forth

    • evoke - Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
    • arouse - Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
    • elicit - Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
    • enkindle - Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
    • provoke - Call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
    • inflame - Arouse or excite feelings and passions
    • awake - Stop sleeping
    • conjure - Evoke or call forth, with or as if by magic
    • invoke - Evoke or call forth, with or as if by magic
    • summon - Gather or bring together
    • instill - deposit gradually
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