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Những từ vựng cực kì hữu ích trong phòng thi – Bộ tự vựng đồng nghĩa được sử dụng nhiều nhất trong các bài Reading được NGOC ANH IELTS  tổng hợp lại hôm nay cho các BẠN. Đôi khi các bạn chỉ cần vài gợi ý cơ bản là có thể giải đúng các bẫy trong bài IELTS nhé. 

forever = perpetual (a perpetual state never changes), immutable (something immutable will never change or be changed)

fragile = brittle, vulnerable (someone who is vulnerable is easily hurt emotionally or physically)

greedy = rapacious (greedy and selfish)

hard-working = assiduous (someone who is assiduous works hard or does things very thoroughly)

hot = boiling (very hot)

important = crucial (extremely important), significant(amount or effects large enough to be important)

individuals,characters, folks = people,persons

insult = humiliate (do something or say something which makes people feel ashamed or stupid)

Lonely = solitary (if someone is solitary, there is no one near him/her)

luxurious = lavish (impressive and very expensive), sumptuous (grand and very expensive)

method = avenue (a way of getting something done)

near = adjacent (two things next to each other), adjoin(the same as adjacent)

neglect = ignore. (difference: neglect means someone has not paid enough attention to something; ignore means no attention.)

nowadays = currently

obvious = apparent, manifest

only = unique (the only one of its kind), distinctive;

opinion = perspective, standpoint(means looking at an event or situation in a particular way)

ordinary = mundane (very ordinary and not at interesting or unusual)

part = component (the components of something are the parts that it is made of)

pathetic = lamentable (very uncomfortable and disappointing)

poor (soil) = barren, infertile (used to describe the soil is so poor that plants cannot be planted on it)

possible = feasible (if something is feasible, it can be done, made or achieved)

praise = extol (stronger than praise), compliment(polite and political)

primary = radical (very important and great in degree), fundamental

pursue = woo (man woos woman, old-fashioned), seek (if you seek sth, you try to obtain it. FORMAL)

puzzle = perplex (something perplex someone means it confuses and worries him/her because he/she does not understand it)

quiet = tranquil (calm and peaceful), serene (calm and quiet)

quite = fairly

rapid = meteoric (ATTENTION: meteoric is only used to describe someone achieves success quickly)

rare = infrequent (doesn’t happen often)

reap huge fruits = get many benefits

relieve = alleviate (alleviate means you make pain or sufferings less intense or severe)

respect = esteem (if you esteem someone, you respect and admire him/her. FORMAL)

result = consequence (the results or effects of something)

rich= affluent (if you are affluent, you have a lot of money)

ruin = devastate (it means damage something very badly, or utterly destroy it.)

satisfy = gratify (if you are gratified by something, it gives you pleasure and satisfaction)

Scholarship = fellowship

sharp = acute (severe and intense)

short = fleeting, ephemeral (if something is ephemeral, it lasts a short time)

show = demonstrate (to demonstrate a fact means to make it clear to people.)

small = minuscule (very small), minute,

smelly = malodorous (used to describe an unpleasant smell)

so = consequently, accordingly

stick = adhere, cling (hold on something tightly)

stop = cease (if something ceases, it stops happening or existing)

strange = eccentric (if some one is eccentric, she/he behaves in a strange way, or his/her opinion is different from most people)

surprise = startle (it means surprise you slightly), astound (surprise you to a large degree), astonish(the same as astound)

top = peak, summit

typical = quintessential (this word means represent a typical example of something)

ugly = hideous (if something is hideous, it is very ugly or unattractive)

unbelievable = inconceivable (if you deem something inconceivable, you think it very unlike to happen )

use = utilize (the same as use)

vague = obscure (unknown or known by only a few people)

wet = moist (slightly wet), damp (slightly wet), humid (very damp and hot)

whole = entire (the whole of something)

worry = fret (if you fret about something, you worry about it)

wrong = erroneous (incorrect or partly correct)

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