Frequency Word for IELTS Listening

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Frequency Word for IELTS Listening

School

a. Library 

WordSentence
1. Shelf 
2. Librarian 
3. The stacks 
4. Return 
5. Fine 
6. Magazine 
7. Copier  
8. Overdue  
9. Reading room  
10. Reference room  
11. Periodical room  
12. Study lounge  
13. Catalogue  
14. Index  
15. Keyword  
16. Volume  
17. Library card  
18. Book reservation  
19. Periodical  
20. Quarterly  
21. Back issue  
22. Current issue  
23. Latest number  
24. Writing permission  
25. Check out  
26. Put on reserve  

b. Student

WordSentence
1. Freshman  
2. Sophomore  
3. Junior student  
4. Senior student  
5. Bachelor  
6. Master  
7. Doctoral candidate  
8. Alumni/alumnus  
9. Post doctorate  

c. Teacher

WordSentence
1. Lecturer  
2. Associate professor  
3. Supervisor  
4. Professor  
5. Dean  
6. Teaching assistant  

d. Courses

WordSentence
1. Take the course  
2. Credit  
3. Register  
4. Drop the course  
5. Introductory course  
6. Advanced course  
7. Rank  
8. Syllabus  
9. Curriculum  
10. Seminar  
11. Elective/optional course  
12. Compulsory course  
13. Drop-out  
14. Makeup exam  
15. Psychology course  
16. Physics  
17. Computer course  
18. Computer science  

e. Reading & Books

WordSentence
1. Book review  
2. Novel  
3. Press  
4. Publisher  
5. Publication  
6. Biography  
7. Editorial  
8. Extra copy  
9. Paperback edition  
10. Out of print  
11. Read selectively  
12. Get through a novel  
13. Be addicted to the book  
14. Plough through  
15. Read extensively  

f. After Class

WordSentence
1. Devote to  
2. Run for  
3. Candidate  
4. Vote  
5. Conflict  
6. Election campaign  
7. Campaign manager  
8. Participant  
9. The student’s union  
10. Chairman  
11. Speech contest  
12. Enroll in  
13. Sign up for  

Daily Life

  1. Shopping
WordSentence
1. Convenience store  
2. Department store  
3. Mall  
4. Chain store  
5. Shopping list  
6. Supermarket  
7. Family size  
8. Receipt  
9. Outlet  
10. On sale  
11. Sell out  
12. Grocery store  
13. Out of stock  
14. In stock  
15. Customer  
16. Complaint  
17. Deliver  
18. Counter  
19. Closing time  
20. Balance  
21. Luxurious items  
22. Electronic product  
23. Stationery  
24. Digital video camera  
25. Past the prime  
  • Living in a house
WordSentence
  
1. Housework  
2. Electric cooker  
3. Laundry  
4. Iron  
5. Vacuum cleaner  
6. Housemaid  
7. Housekeeper  
8. Housewife  
9. Keep an eye on  
10. Household expenses  
11. Keep down the cost  
12. Fix the dinner  
13. Budget  
14. In a mess  
  • Daily Interaction
WordSentence
1. Leisure time 
2. Telephone booth  
3. Date  
4. Pay phone  
5. Call on sb.  
6. Long-distance call  
7. Take a message  
8. Hang up  
9. Keep contact  
10. Hold on  
11. Hospitable  

Business

  1. Looking for a job
WordSentence
1. Job hunting  
2. Inexperienced  
3. Opportunity  
4. Want ads  
5. Unemployment  
6. Position  
7. Wage  
8. Opening/vacancy  
9. Full-time job  
10. Part-time job  
11. Inquiry  
12. Do odd jobs  
13. Consult  
14. Resume  
15. Application letter  
16. Fire  
17. Hire  
18. Recruit  
19. Interview  
20. Job-hopping  
21. Interviewee  
22. Take over  
23. Interviewer  
24. Appointment  
25. Impression  
26. Confident  
27. Turn down  
28. Have no match for…  
  • Working in a business
WordSentence
1. On business  
2. Be involved in  
3. Appointment  
4. In charge of  
5. Client  
6. Compromise  
7. Get along with 
8. Proposal  
9. Assistance  
10. Branch  
11. Cooperation  
12. Transaction  
13. Bid  
14. Transfer  
  • Business Attitude 
WordSentence
1. Attitude  
2. Personality  
3. Overwork  
4. Determined  
5. Forgetful  
6. Diligent  
7. Wear out  
8. Perseverance  
9. Hang on  
10. Workaholic  
11. Workload  
12. Struggle  
13. Continuous exploration  
14. Hard-working  
  • Work Performance
WordSentence
1. Recognition  
2. Tribute  
3. Achievement  
4. Pioneer  
5. Contribution  
6. Blaze a trail  
7. Symbol  
8. Legend  

Entertainment 

  1. Art & Culture
WordSentence
1. Napkin  
2. Beverage  
3. Gardening  
4. Excursion  
5. Performance  
6. TV channels  
7. Horror movie  
8. Broadcast  
9. Live broadcast  
10. Documentary  
11. Violence movie  
12. Commercial advertisement  
13. Entertainment industry  
14. TV theater  
  • Eating Out
WordSentence
1. Waiter/waitress  
2. Pork  
3. Beef steak  
4. Menu  
5. Raw  
6. Medium  
7. Done  
8. Dessert  
9. Snack  
10. Join sb. for dinner  
11. Appetizer  
12. Make a reservation  
13. Cutlery  
14. Loaf  
15. Buffet  
16. Staple  
17. Go dutch  
18. Regular dinner  
19. Mutton  
20. Change  
1. Waiter/waitress  
2. Pork  
3. Beef steak  
4. Menu  
5. Raw  
6. Medium  

Personal Well-being

 a. Illness

WordSentence
1. Epidemic  
2. Sore throat  
3. Bird flu  
4. Runny nose  
5. SARS  
6. Stomachache  
7. Infectious illness  
8. Toothache  
9. Symptom  
10. Allergy  
11. Sneeze  
12. Fracture  
13. Diabetes  
14. Have a temperature  
15. Dental decay  
  • Hospital & Doctors 
WordSentence
1. Attending/chief doctor;physician;consultant  
2. Infirmary  
3. Physician  
4. Surgeon  
5. Clinic  
6. Anaesthetist  
  • Exercise 
WordSentence
1. Put on weight  
2. Watch your diet  
3. Overweight  
4. On diet  
5. Lose weight  
6. Physical exercise  
  • Personal Health
WordSentence
1. In good shape  
2. In a fit state  
3. Out of shape  
4. Fit as a fiddle  
5. In poor shape  
6. Feel under the weather  

Traveling

WordSentence
1. Travel agency  
2. Flight number  
3. Check in  
4. Motel  
5. Book the ticket  
6. Platform  
7. Hiking  
8. Hitch-hike  
9. Conductor  
10. Skiing  
11. Mineral bath  
12. Streetcar  
13. Resort  
14. Visa  
15. Express train  
16. High-speed train  
17. Shuttle  
18. Ferry  
19. Tube/underground  
20. Expressway/freeway  
21. Roundtrip  

Trending Topics

WordSentence
1. Prosperous  
2. Decline  
3. Depression  
4. Recession  
5. Collapse  
6. Bankrupt  
7. Monetary  
8. Circulation 
9. Financier  
10. Surplus  
11. Inflation  
12. Deflation  
13. Economic crisis  
14. Potential  
15. Cyberspace  
16. Multimedia  
17. Hacker  
18. Server  

Weather 

WordSentence
1. Recycled water  
2. Renewable energy  
3. Sewage treatment  
4. Recyclable  
5. Deforestation rate  
6. Water and soil erosion  
7. Temperature  
8. Muggy  
9. Humidity  
10. Breeze  
11. Climate trend  
12. Climate variation  
13. Climate warming  
14. Climate watch  
15. Climate-sensitive activity  
16. Climatic anomaly  
17. Conservation area 
18. Forecast  
19. Downpour  
20. Gust  

Housing & Moving

Housing

WordSentence
1. Landlord/landlady  
2. Ventilation  
3. Tenant  
4. Accommodate  
5. Apartment/flat  
6. Dwell  
7. Residence  
8. Downtown  
9. Hallway  
10. Suburb  
11. Spare room  
12. Neighborhood  
13. Burglar  
14. Transportation  
15. House-warming party  
16. Subway entrance  

Decoration & Repair

WordSentence
1. Furnished  
2. Crack  
3. Unfurnished  
4. Install  
5. Baby crib  
6. Maintenance  
7. Decoration  
8. Plumber  
9. Multiple glazing  
10. Washing machine  
11. Cupboard  
12. Refrigerator/fridge  
13. Sideboard  
14. Light bulb  
15. Sink 
16. Heater  
17. Pipe  
18. Furnace  
19. Leak  
20. Air conditioner  

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