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TOEFL ve IELTS En Çok Çıkan 30 Kelime

Açılımı “Test of English as a Foreign Language” olan, ilk olarak 1964 yılında düzenlenen ve ilk başlarda Amerika Birleşik Devletleri üniversitelerine girişte istenen bir test olan TOEFL günümüzde 130 ülkede 9000’den fazla üniversite ve kurum tarafından kabul ediliyor.

Puan sınırlaması 0 ila 120 arasında değişen TOEFL’ın taban puanı, kurumlara göre farklılık gösteriyor.

TOEFL sınavları, TOEFL iBT ve TOEFL PBT olarak iki farklı biçimde düzenleniyor. TOEFL iBT internet üzerinden yapılırken, TOEFL PBT ise kağıt üzerinde; Okuma, Dinleme, Konuşma ve Yazma olarak 4 bölüm olarak düzenleniyor.

TOEFL Sınavına Nasıl Hazırlanılır

TOEFL Sınavında En Çok Çıkan 30 Kelime

1. Considerable

Considerable (adjective): large or great in size, distance or amount

Jeff ate a considerable amount of ice cream. He couldn’t decide between chocolate, mint or strawberry, so he bought some of each.

2. Interpret

Interpret (verb): to give the meaning of something

Once you learn English, you can interpret for your Chinese-speaking parents when you travel to New York.

3. Attitude

Attitude (noun): manner, feeling or position, sometimes with regard to a person or thing

My teacher has a friendly attitude; she always says hello to me, smiles and helps me study.

4. Estimate

Estimate (verb): to form an approximate judgment or opinion

estimate that we will arrive around 5:00 p.m., if we don’t get lost!

5. Authority

Authority (noun): the power or right to control

The judge has the authority to decide the man’s punishment.

6. Demonstrate

Demonstrate (verb): to describe, explain or show by arguments or reasoning

I’ll demonstrate how to make cookies. First, we mix the ingredients, then we put it them in the oven to bake.

7. Proceed

Proceed (verb): to move or go forward

The marching band will proceed through the street for the parade.

8. Stable

Stable (adjective): not likely to fall or change suddenly

The bridge was old and falling apart; it didn’t seem very stable!

9. Contribute

Contribute (verb): to give, especially to a common cause

A generous man decided to contribute all of his savings to charity.

10. Risk

Risk (noun): chance of injury or loss

The risk of losing my purse at this music festival is high, so I’ll leave it at home.

11. Prior

Prior (adjective): preceding in time or order; previous

Prior to the Internet, students looked up vocabulary words in big, heavy dictionaries.

12. Shift

Shift (verb): to transfer, change or exchange

Maria felt the weather shift from warm to cool very quickly.

13. Benefit

Benefit (noun): something that is good; an advantage

One of the benefits of my job is that I get free snacks at work every day!

14. Impact

Impact (noun): influence, effect or striking of one thing against another

The oil spill had a terrible impact on the animals and their environment. 

15. Distribute

Distribute (verb): to divide or give out

The teacher distributed a test paper to each student.

16. Challenge

Challenge (verb): to call into question

The librarian challenged the idea that books are no longer important.

17. Evaluate

Evaluate (verb): to determine the value or significance

My teacher will evaluate my speaking ability during the test. I’m so nervous!

18. Former

Former (adjective): preceding in time, prior, earlier

My former boss helped me to get a new job.

19. Interfere

Interfere (verb): to come into opposition or conflict (one thing with another)

Megan’s new boyfriend interfered with her studies. She spent so much time with him that she didn’t have time to do her homework.

20. Issue

Issue (noun): a point, matter or dispute

The leaders disagreed on the issue of global warming.

21. Reinforce

Reinforce (verb): to strengthen; make more effective

Reinforced by a hot meal, I felt ready for the day.

22. Significantly

Significantly (adverb): in a great or important way

My cooking skills improved significantly after I took the cooking class.

23. Widespread

Widespread (adjective): found or distributed over a large area or group

There was widespread excitement in the school on the day of the concert!

24. Imply

Imply (verb): to suggest but not directly state

The angry look on my mother’s face implied that I was in big trouble.

25. Increase

Increase (verb): to become greater in size or quantity

The price of the movie ticket increased from $10 to $12.

26. Effective

Effective (adjective): successful at producing the desired result

The teacher was very effective; all of her students did well on the TOEFL!

27. Debate

Debate (verb): to argue about a subject, sometimes in a formal manner

My brother and I debated over what to eat for dinner. He wanted pizza, but I wanted sandwiches.

28. Sustain

Sustain (verb): to strengthen or support

The roof wasn’t able to sustain the weight of the heavy snow; it collapsed. 

29. Support

Support (verb): to agree with or approve

The man couldn’t decide which presidential candidate to support, so he read about each of them.

30. Measure

Measure (verb): calculate the size, amount or degree of something

The seamstress measured her fabric for the dress.

 

IELTS

IELTS (Uluslararası İngilizce Dil Yeterlilik Sınavı), İngilizcenin kullanıldığı ülkelerde çalışmak veya eğitim almak isteyenlerin İngilizce düzeylerini belirlemek ve değerlendirmek amacıyla yapılan ve en fazla tercih edilen İngilizce dil sınavdır.  IELTS dört aşamadan oluşmaktadır: dinleme, okuma, yazma ve konuşma. Adaylar her bir bölüm için ayrı puan almaktadır ve bu puanların ortalaması da genel sınav notunu oluşturmaktadır. IELTS, Genel eğitim ve akademik olmak üzere iki çeşittir. Genel eğitim sınavı, İngilizce konuşulan ülkelerde eğitim almak, çalışmak ya da göçmenlik başvurusunda bulunmak isteyenler içindir. Akademik sınav ise İngilizce konuşulan ülkelerde eğitim almak isteyen adaylar için uygundur.

IELTS Sınavına Hazırlanmak İçin En İyi 10 Site

 

English Synonyms for IELTS
Amazing Incredible, Fantastic, Fabulous, Astonishing, Extraordinary
Answer Respond
Awful Terrible, Abominable, Dreadful
Bad Evil, Spoiled, Imperfect, Infamous, Dismal
Beautiful Gorgeous, Ravishing, Dazzling, Exquisite, Stunning
Begin Initiate, Commence, Inaugurate
Big Huge, Enormous, Gigantic, Humongous, Substantial, Mammoth
Break Rupture, Fracture, Shatter
Calm Serene, Peace, Tranquil
Come Approach, Arrive
Cool Chilly, Frosty, Icy
Cut Chop, Slash, Slit
Dangerous Hazardous, Risky, Precarious
Decide Determine, Settle
Definite Certain, Positive, Obvious
Delicious Savoury, Titbit, Delectable
Describe Portray, Characterise
Destroy Demolish, Slay, Ruin, Raze
Difference Disagreement, Inequity, Dissimilarity
Dull Boring, Uninteresting, Monotonous, Humdrum, Dreary
End Terminate, Conclude, Cessation
Explain Elaborate, Interpret
Fall Drop, Descend, Topple
Famous Well-known, Renowned, Eminent, Illustrious
Fast Quick, Rapid, Hasty, Snappy
Fat Stout, Corpulent, Chubby, Bulky
Funny Amusing, Humorous, Droll
Get Acquire, Obtain, Secure, Procure, Gather
Good Excellent, Fine, Wonderful, Superior, Gracious, Superb, Splendid, Genuine, Sterling, Top-notch,
Great Worthy, Distinguished, Grand, Considerable, Mighty
Happy Pleased, Delighted, Elated, Joyful, Ecstatic, Jubilant, Jaunty
Hate Despise, Loathe, Abhor, Abominate
Have Possess, Own, Acquire,
Help Aid, Assist, Support, Encourage, Relieve
Hide Conceal, Cover, Mask, Veil
Idea Thought, Concept, Notion
Important Necessary, Vital, Critical, Indispensable, Valuable, Essential, Famous, Notable
Interesting Fascinating, Engaging, Spirited, Intriguing, Gripping, Enthralling, Captivating
Little Tiny, Diminutive, Exiguous, Dinky, Cramped
Look Gaze, Glance, Peek, Glimpse, Stare, Leer
Love Like, Admire, Fancy, Care for, Adore
Make Create, Originate, Invent, Construct, Manufacture, Produce, Compose
Move Plod, Creep, Crawl, Drag, Toddle, shuffle, Trot, Lumber, Meander
Neat Orderly, Tidy, Trim, Natty, Smart, Elegant
New Unique, Modern, Current, Recent
Old Feeble, Ancient, Aged, Veteran, Mature, Primitive, Stale
Place Draw, Map, Diagram, Procedure, Method, Blueprint
Show Display, Exhibit, Indicate, Reveal, Demonstrate
Tell Disclose, Reveal, Expose, Narrate, Inform, Divulge
Use Employ, Utilise, Exhaust, Spend
Wrong Incorrect, Inaccurate, Mistaken, Erroneous, Improper, Unsuitable

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