IELTS reading module vocabulary list

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IELTS reading module vocabulary

In IELTS reading module, a number of sentences will be given with gaps in them and asked to complete the sentences with words from the reading text.

This is actually your vocabulary tests as they are reading tests. They require you to be aware of paraphrasing and synonyms. More on these reading vocabulary are given below.

  1. Range
  2. Direct
  3. Physical
  4. Adopt
  5. Particular
  6. Technical
  7. Individual
  8. Theory
  9. Access
  10. Potential
  11. Responsible
  12. Period
  13. Major
  14. Influence
  15. Facilities
  16. Establish
  17. Occur
  18. Feature
  19. Essential
  20. Factor
  21. Source
  22. Focus
  1. Experiment
  2. Efficient
  3. Project
  4. Accurate
  5. Innovate
  6. Demand
  7. Aim
  8. Material
  9. Adapt
  10. Compete
  11. Average
  12. Evolve
  13. Institute
  14. Positive
  15. Crucial
  16. Method
  17. Provide
  18. Arrange
  19. Relevant
  20. Vital
  21. Survive
  22. Alternative
  1. Unique
  2. Stage
  3. Original
  4. Create
  5. Evidence
  6. Revolution
  7. Several
  8. Respond
  9. Strategy
  10. Diverse
  11. Require
  12. Area
  13. Risk
  14. Role
  15. Combine
  16. Observe
  17. Resource
  18. Network
  19. Context
  20. Experience
  21. System
  22. Avoid
  1. Despite
  2. Apply
  3. Key
  4. Generation
  5. Expert
  6. Ensure
  7. Research
  8. Structure
  9. Connect
  10. Vary
  11. Identify
  12. Involve
  13. Region
  14. Policy
  15. Series
  16. Process
  17. Previous
  18. Achieve
  19. Organisation
  20. Extend
  21. Inevitable
  22. Site
  1. Technique
  2. Behavior
  3. Absorb
  4. Adjust
  5. Annual
  6. Consequence
  7. Current
  8. Enable
  9. Enormous
  10. Expand
  11. Identify
  12. Majority
  13. Measure
  14. Numerous
  15. Permanent
  16. Practical
  17. Visual
  18. Shrink
  19. Tool
  20. Broad
  21. Figure
  22. Narrow
  23. Sharp
  1. Scale
  2. Branch
  3. Emphasis
  4. Decline
  5. Detect
  6. Legislation
  7. Supplement
  8. Commerce
  9. Foundation
  10. Sophisticated
  11. Integrate
  12. Visible
  13. Inevitable
  14. Regular
  15. Mechanism
  16. Relatively
  17. Superior
  18. Perspective
  19. Interpret
  20. Contribute
  21. Therapy
  22. Substance
  23. Minor
  1. Undertake
  2. Campaign
  3. Facilitate
  4. Independent
  5. Practical
  6. Primary
  7. Skip
  8. Subsidise
  9. Distribute
  10. Imitate
  11. Attribute
  12. Rate
  13. Threaten
  14. Operate
  15. Consult
  16. Priority
  17. Outcome
  18. Pioneer
  19. Sufficient
  20. Favorable
  21. Sector
  22. Status
  23. Primitive
  1. Innovation
  2. Section
  3. Reflect
  4. Boundary
  5. Administration
  6. Principle
  7. Theoretical
  8. Budget
  9. Accelerate
  10. Modify
  11. Subsequent
  12. Anxiety
  13. Define
  14. Reject
  15. Funding
  16. Gradual
  17. Inferior
  18. Property
  19. Maintain
  20. Estimate
  21. Vegetation
  22. Probability
  23. Halt
  1. Reverse
  2. Exhibition
  3. Transmit
  4. Authority
  5. Contradict
  6. Prohibit
  7. Perceive
  8. Conflict
  9. Transform
  10. Volume
  11. Approach
  12. Durable
  13. Identical
  14. Explore
  15. Obligation
  16. Duty
  17. Specific
  18. Exterior
  19. Restrict
  20. Alter
  21. Shift
  22. Inspire
  23. Ultimately
  24. Marine
  1. Jackson
  2. Release
  3. Discriminate
  4. Proof
  5. Prior
  6. Category
  7. Labour
  8. Mature
  9. Distinguish
  10. Acquire
  11. Pattern
  12. Attempt
  13. Shape
  14. Account for
  15. Spread
  16. Sole
  17. Initial
  18. Immigrate
  19. Instance
  20. Exaggerate
  21. Consistent
  22. Weigh
  23. Challenging
  24. Gene
  1. Numerous
  2. Justify
  3. Doubt
  4. Debate
  5. Dominate
  6. Represent
  7. Context
  8. Classify
  9. Concept
  10. Surround
  11. Planet
  12. React
  13. Target
  14. Sense
  15. Reveal
  16. Seed
  17. Determine
  18. Originate
  19. Element
  20. Reproduce
  21. Assess
  22. Emerge
  23. Duration
  24. Controversial
  1. Impress
  2. Comprehensive
  3. Milestone
  4. Hostile
  5. Disintegrate
  6. Joint
  7. Avoid
  8. Circulate
  9. Synthetic
  10. Invade
  11. Coincidence
  12. Consensus
  13. Accessory
  14. Superficial
  15. Abandon
  16. Compromise
  17. Puzzle
  18. Melt
  19. Tide
  20. Demand
  21. Frame
  22. Prehistoric 
  23. Creature
  24. Criteria
  1. Route
  2. Nerve
  3. Matter
  4. Terrain
  5. Skeptical
  6. Campaign
  7. Catastrophe
  8. Pedestrian
  9. Ancestor
  10. Ignore
  11. Expose
  12. Privileged
  13. Influence
  14. Auditory
  15. Assign
  16. Deduce
  17. Tolerate
  18. Equivalent
  19. Capacity
  20. Grant
  21. Dissolve
  22. Pour
  23. Predator
  24. Senior
  25. Cultivate
  26. Biography
  27. Reef
  1. Ripe
  2. Peer
  3. Agency
  4. Moral
  5. Sediment
  6. Navigate
  7. Universal
  8. Terrestrial
  9. Straightforward
  10. Colony
  11. Guarantee
  12. Linguistic
  13. Collapse
  14. Counselling
  15. Simultaneous
  16. Inherent
  17. Frequency
  18. Degree
  19. Ethical
  20. Evaluate
  21. Incidence
  22. Bury
  23. Apparatus
  24. Coordinate
  25. Deliberately
  26. Craft
  27. Laboratory
  1. Classic
  2. Manipulate
  3. Application
  4. Descend
  5. Cognitive
  6. Limbs
  7. Manual
  8. Instrument
  9. Concrete
  10. Judge
  11. Optimise
  12. Revolution
  13. Link
  14. Dynamic
  15. Trace
  16. Reverse
  17. Compatible
  18. Mineral
  19. Component
  20. Interior
  21. Indigenous
  22. Trait
  23. Military
  24. Decorate
  25. Indicate
  26. Mode
  27. Constitute
  1. Continent
  2. Imply
  3. Consensus
  4. Refer to
  5. Assume
  6. Primitive
  7. Dual
  8. Passage
  9. Apparent
  10. Implications
  11. Ascend
  12. Automobile
  13. Pace
  14. Investigate
  15. Algae
  16. Conscious
  17. Overwhelming
  18. Emigrate
  19. Model
  20. Monitor
  21. Cover
  22. Surface
  23. Motion
  24. Court
  25. Aggressive
  26. Witness
  27. Vulnerable

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