18 TỪ VỰNG HỌC THUẬT GIÚP BẠN ĐẠT BAND 9.0 TRONG IELTS WRITING

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Ngoài ra, các bạn có thể tham khảo thêm một số từ vựng ở những chủ đề khác tại đây nhé.

  1. NOTION

Some people reject the notion that seeing violence on television has a harmful effect on children.

  • preconceived notions

 

  1. OBTAIN
  • obtain information
  • obtain permission
  • obtain results
  • obtain advice

 

  1. OBSERVE
  • a number of changes can be observed……
  • the research project has been observing changes in local population

 

  1. OBSTACLE
  • obstacle to doing something

A lack of qualifications can be a major obstacle to finding a job.

To overcome all the obstacles in the path of ……

 

  • to become/constitute an obstacle

A lack of qualifications constitutes an obstacle to finding a job.

Population growth constitutes an obstacle to economic development

 

  1. OCCUPATION

The college provides training in a wide range of occupations.

It’s harder to lose weight when you have a sedentary occupation (công việc văn phòng)

 

  1. OUTCOME

A positive/negative outcome

To influence/decide/determine the outcome

Better diet leads to improved health outcomes.

It is important to evaluate the learning outcomes of the course.

 

  1. PARTIAL = not complete/not whole

It was only a partial solution to the problem

A partial answer to the question

 

  1. ENTIRE

The entire world/city/ country

In the past people often spent their entire career working for the same company.

 

  1. POSSESS

Many people in London do not possess a car

Workers who possess the required skills for the task

 

  1. PREDOMINANTLY = mostly/mainly/generally

Senior management posts are predominantly held by men.

Female engineers work in a predominantly male environment

 

  1. PRINCIPALLY = mainly/chiefly

The measures were principally designed to tackle the problem of unemployment.

To be principally responsible for something

 

  1. TO PROPOSE = to suggest a plan

Since the idea was proposed, no action has been taken

The proposed solution

 

  1. TO PROVIDE = to give something to somebody

The rules should provide customers with a high level of protection.

  • To provide something for someone

The government should be able to provide viable social services for poorer families.

  • To provide someone with something

The government should provide poorer families with viable social services.

 

  1. TO REJECT = to refuse to accept/to refuse to consider something

To reject a notion/a plan/a request

To reject a job offer/a university application

The proposal was rejected as too costly

 

  1. REPERCUSSIONS = indirect and bad result of an action/event that happens at some time in the future and usually used in plural form.

To have far-reaching repercussions

Any decrease in tourism could have serious repercussions for the local economy

 

  1. STRIKING = interesting enough and unusual enough to attract attention

The most striking feature of these results is that left-handed mothers are more likely to have left-handed children

Striking contrast/ similarities/features

 

  1. SUBSTANTIAL = this is large in amount value or importance

The findings show a substantial difference between the opinions of men and women

Substantial sums of money

Substantial changes/differences/improvements

 

  1. TO SUBSTITUTE = to take the place of somebody or something else
  • Substitute A for B

Computers cannot substitute for human interaction

No book or course of study can substitute for experience

 

  • substitute B with/by A

we cannot substitute human interactions with computers

=> human interactions cannot be substituted with computers

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