Makkar IELTS Speaking pdf 2022 May to August

Makkar IELTS Speaking pdf 2022 May to August

Makkar IELTS Speaking pdf 2022 May to August

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Makkar IELTS Speaking pdf 2022 May to August

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This PDF book contains only Makkar IELTS Speaking Guesswork (Part 1, 2 and 3) for Jan to Apr 2022 IELTS Speaking Exams.

Sep to Dec 2021 Cue Cards are still important so please keep studying them as well.

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You have to do fur better result in the IELTS Speaking exam, because you’ll need to speaking with the natives when you’ll go either for studying or living in an English speaking country.

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Speaking 9 Band Vocabularies:

  • Vigorous– (adj.) energetic and forceful.
  • Eradication– (n.) completely get rid of; elimination.
  • Adequate– (adj.) enough.
  • Affluent– (adj.) very rich, very wealthy.
  • Embolden– (v.) make strong, encourage.

Vocabulary to speak about family and friends

  1. A lifelong friend – A friend that you have had for most of your life
  2. A relationship of trust – a connection with another in which you have faith and confidence
  3. Arrange a dinner date – Plan to share an evening meal
  4. A shoulder to cry on – Someone to sympathize with you
  5. Close knit family – A close family with common interests
  6. Dear to my heart – Someone that I care about
  7. Distant cousins – People who share a common ancestor but are not closely related
  8. Extend the hand of friendship – Reach out to someone in a friendly manner
  9. Extended family – Uncles, aunts and cousins form part of the extended family
  10. Face to face – In person
  11. Get to know one another – Learning different aspects of each other
  12. Get together – Meet up
  13. Immediate family – Spouse, parents, children, grandparents
  14. Long lost friend – A friend that you have lost contact with
  15. Long-term relationships – A committed relationship between partners
  16. Nurture our friendships – Looking after our relationships with friends
  17. Professional relationships – The relationships that we have in the workplace
  18. Relationship problems – Difficulties with people with whom we interact regularly
  19. Share a common background – The share a similar heritage or culture
  20. Share the same ideas – To have similar opinions and views
  21. Stand the test of time – To last a long time
  22. Struck up a friendship – To make friends
  23. To enjoy someone’s company – To enjoy spending time with someone
  24. To have a good working relationship – To work together well
  25. To have a lot in common – To have shared interests
  26. To hit it off – To like each other straight away
  27. To keep in touch with – To keep in contact
  28. To lose touch with – To lose contact