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Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5. Pauline Cullen, Frontmatter, More information, cambridge university press. Cambridge New York Melbourne Madrid Cape Town, Singapore S o Paulo Delhi Tokyo Mexico City. Cambridge University Press, The Edinburgh Building Cambridge CB2 8RU UK. www cambridge org, Information on this title www cambridge org 9780521179218.
Cambridge University Press 2012, This publication is in copyright Subject to statutory exception. and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements. no reproduction of any part may take place without the written. permission of Cambridge University Press, First published 2012. Printed in the United Kingdom at the University Press Cambridge. A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library. ISBN 978 0 521 17922 5 With answers and audio CD, ISBN 978 0 521 17921 8 Without answers. Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or. accuracy of URLs for external or third party internet websites referred to in. this publication and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is. or will remain accurate or appropriate Information regarding prices travel. timetables and other factual information given in this work is correct at. the time of first printing but Cambridge University Press does not guarantee. the accuracy of such information thereafter, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5.
Pauline Cullen, Frontmatter, More information, Map of the book 2. Introduction 4, IELTS Test summary 6, Unit 1 Human nature 8. Unit 2 Time for a change 12, Unit 3 No man is an island 18. Unit 4 Scientific discovery 22, Unit 5 Striving to achieve 28. Test one 32, Unit 6 Powers of persuasion 34, Unit 7 Ways and means 40.
Unit 8 State control 44, Unit 9 Natural history 48. Unit 10 Rocket science 54, Test two 58, Unit 11 Progress 60. Unit 12 The latest thing 66, Unit 13 Urban jungle 72. Unit 14 Tackling issues 76, Unit 15 This Earth 80, Test three 84. Unit 16 Energy efficient 86, Unit 17 Getting down to business 90.
Unit 18 Law enforcement 96, Unit 19 The media 100, Unit 20 A matter of taste 104. Test four 110, Unit 21 Learning vocabulary 112, Unit 22 IELTS Reading 116. Unit 23 IELTS Writing 120, Unit 24 IELTS Listening 124. Unit 25 IELTS Speaking 128, Test five 132, Recording scripts 134. Wordlist 145, Acknowledgements 150, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org.
Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5. Pauline Cullen, Frontmatter, More information, Map of the book. Unit number Title Topics Test practice, Unit 1 Human nature Character psychology Listening Section 4. Unit 2 Time for a change Time change Reading, Unit 3 No man is an island Individuality community Writing Task 1. Unit 4 Scientific discovery Chemistry medicine Reading. Unit 5 Striving to achieve Study work Speaking, Unit 6 Powers of persuasion Advertising marketing Reading.
Unit 7 Ways and means Tourism travel Writing Task 1. Unit 8 State control Government society Writing Task 2. Unit 9 Natural history Animals conservation Reading. Unit 10 Rocket science Space physics Listening Section 4. Unit 11 Progress Technology design Reading, Unit 12 The latest thing Fashion and trends consumerism Reading. Unit 13 Urban jungle Rural life city life Listening Section 1. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5. Pauline Cullen, Frontmatter, More information, Unit number Title Topics Test practice. Unit 14 Tackling issues Problems solutions Writing Task 2. Unit 15 This Earth Natural phenomena agriculture Listening Section 3. Unit 16 Energy efficient Energy natural resources Writing Task 2. Unit 17 Getting down to business Management personal finance Reading. Unit 18 Law enforcement Crime punishment Writing Task 2. Unit 19 The media Fame and the media media bias Speaking. Unit 20 A matter of taste The arts personal taste Reading. Reference section, Unit 21 Learning vocabulary Dictionaries wordlists. Unit 22 IELTS Reading Reading skills question types. Unit 23 IELTS Writing Writing Task 1 Writing Task 2. Unit 24 IELTS Listening Section 1 and 2 Section 3 and 4. Unit 25 IELTS Speaking Part 1 Part 2 Part 3, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org.
Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5. Pauline Cullen, Frontmatter, More information, Introduction. What does the book How are the units, aim to do organised. Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced aims to There are 25 units The first 20 units present and. extend and improve the accuracy of your academic practise vocabulary based on academic topics Each. vocabulary and help you prepare for the IELTS topic is divided into two sections Each unit has three. academic module It introduces vocabulary through pages of vocabulary exercises based on listening. listening and reading texts that reflect the materials reading writing and speaking materials similar to. used in the IELTS test Learning new words in context those found in the IELTS test There is also a focus on. can help you to remember them and also helps you pronunciation In addition there is a test practice at. to understand their meaning This book also gives you the end of each unit which includes examples of tasks. opportunities to practise new words so that they can in the following papers Academic Reading Academic. become part of your active vocabulary Writing Listening and Speaking These tasks provide. useful practice and revision even if you are not taking. Who is it aimed at the test, The book is designed for upper intermediate or Following this introduction is a summary of what. advanced level students working alone who want to is in each part of the IELTS test The last five units. revise and extend their vocabulary But it can also of the book provide a general guide to learning and. be used as part of an IELTS preparation course in using new vocabulary Unit 21 gives useful tips on. the classroom or set as homework by a teacher It is developing and using a dictionary Units 22 25 focus. also suitable for advanced general English students on strategies for the individual sections of the test. or those preparing to study English for academic, purposes What is on the audio CD.
What order should I do the You need to listen to the audio CD to do the listening. and pronunciation exercises in the units The test, units in practice listening tests are also on the audio CD In the. You can work through the units in any order but IELTS Listening test you hear everything only once so. you should study all the units if you want to prepare remember this when you replay the tracks. thoroughly for the test and extend your vocabulary. You may want to start with a particular unit because it How do I use the wordlist. relates to a topic in your course book or because you There is a wordlist for each unit at the back of the. have a particular interest in that area Unit 21 provides book Some of the words may be specific to one topic. a very useful introduction to learning vocabulary so it area but many of them can be found and used in a. may be a good idea to look at this first wide variety of contexts You may want to divide these. lists up into smaller groups of words to learn at a time. How do I use the book It may be a good idea to study the wordlist before. It is best to work through a unit from beginning to you begin each unit Alternatively your teacher might. end as one exercise may revise vocabulary from a use the wordlist as a test or review at the end of each. previous exercise The test practice sections provide unit or you could ask a friend to test you You should. further opportunities to extend your vocabulary as be able to understand these words when you read. well as giving you practice in the different sections or hear them but you should also try to extend your. of the IELTS test The practice test materials are also active vocabulary by using them in your writing and. useful for extending your vocabulary Once you speaking tasks You should learn the correct spellings. have completed the practice test questions look of words as well as any words that collocate with. at the reading and listening texts and focus on the them. areas where you made mistakes Make a note of any, vocabulary you do not know or anything that may be. useful for you to use in the test, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5. Pauline Cullen, Frontmatter, More information, How do I do the Writing How do I learn and.
test practice revise vocabulary, The Writing test practice questions give an Some of the vocabulary in a unit will be new to you. opportunity to actively use the vocabulary from the and some will be words you are familiar with but. unit Use the advice given in Unit 23 to write your cannot yet use accurately Even if you feel you know. answers Remember to keep to the times given in the a word already you may be making collocation. test practice in order to make it authentic mistakes and using the incorrect preposition or verb. You might like to use a notebook and organise your. How do I do the vocabulary in the following categories. Speaking test practice New words to learn, The Speaking test practice questions provide Words I need to use more. opportunities to actively use the vocabulary from the. unit In Part 2 of the Speaking test you will be allowed. Words I often make mistakes with, to make notes so think of any useful vocabulary you Topic words e g The environment Fuel Energy. could use and write this down to help you as you Work etc. talk If possible you should record your answers and Alternatively you could simply highlight these. play them back Consider your pronunciation as well words using a different colour highlighter for each. as the words you used How could you improve your category e g a blue highlighter for topic words a. answer Ask a friend or teacher for their comments red highlighter for words you often make mistakes. with and so on Unit 21 will help you develop good, When should I do Tests one vocabulary learning techniques. There are five vocabulary tests Each test assesses how. well you have learnt the vocabulary from the previous. five units When you have finished five units do the. test and mark Highlight the questions you got wrong. and go back to the units you need to look at again If. you are a more advanced student you may want to, take the test before you begin the units to see how.
much you already know This may help to pinpoint, your weak areas. When should I use a, dictionary, The aim of the listening and reading activities in each. unit is to give you practice in working out meaning. from context So you should try to do each exercise. without a dictionary first unless you are instructed to. use one When you have finished use the Cambridge, Advanced Learner s Dictionary or another suitable. monolingual dictionary to look up any words you, don t know Try to be aware of words you need to. look up more than once These are obviously key, words for you to learn Write them down with their.
meanings together with any example sentences used, in the dictionary. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5. Pauline Cullen, Frontmatter, More information, IELTS Test summary. Listening approximately 30 minutes, There are four sections and 40 questions There are also ten minutes at the end to transfer your answers from. the question paper to the answer sheet In the IELTS Listening test you will hear the recording once only Each. section is a little more difficult than the one before Spelling is important but you can write your answers in. capital letters if you think your handwriting is difficult to read The test is divided up as follows. Section What will I hear Example units, 1 A conversation between two people e g finding out information about travel 8 13 24.
2 A monologue on a general topic e g a radio broadcast 20 24. 3 A dialogue between two or three people in an academic context e g discussing an 15 16 19 24. assignment, 4 A monologue in an academic context e g a lecture 1 2 4 5 7 10. 11 13 15 16, There are ten questions for each section Visit the IELTS website at www ielts org for a detailed description of. each of the different question types Study Unit 24 for Listening test strategies. Academic Reading 1 hour, There are three reading passages and 40 questions There is no extra time for the transfer of answers so write. your answers directly on the answer paper The texts are authentic and academic in nature Examples can be. found in Unit 2 4 6 9 11 12 17 and 20 Visit the IELTS website at www ielts org for a detailed description of. each of the different question types Study Unit 22 for Reading test strategies Some candidates spend too long. 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5 Pauline Cullen Frontmatter More information Cambridge University Press 978 0 521 17921 8 Cambridge Vocabulary for IELTS Advanced Band 6 5 Pauline Cullen Frontmatter More information

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