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IELTS Vocabulary: useful phrases

Here's some useful vocabulary from the latest blog lesson on my member site:

  • in the home – this phrase is used when we’re talking about homes in general e.g. many accidents happen in the home. By contrast “at home” is a specific location e.g. I’m at home right now.
  • make a habit of doing something e.g. Try not to make a habit of arriving late.
  • electric and electronic – you can have an electric current, an electric shock or an electric toaster, but your mobile phone is an electronic device. Can you see the difference?
  • to rope someone into doing something – this means that you persuade someone who was reluctant (didn’t want to do something) e.g. I was roped into helping them to clean their house.

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