Be careful aiming for lots of new words. It is usually better to review the words you already know and make sure you use them correctly. You should aim for accuracy when you use language, rather than aiming to impress. Each word you use incorrectly will lower your IELTS score, so limit yourself and do not try to learn it all. Be strategic in how you approach IELTS. Build on your strengths and be careful of the areas where you struggle.
Actually to increase your knowledge of a language takes time – there is no quick fix. To enlarge your English, you can read Al Jazeera news, BBC news, online magazines etc. See the useful pages of this website ieltsscore.com
- keepsake n. Anything kept or given to be kept for the sake of the giver.
- kerchief n. A square of linen, silk, or other material, used as a covering for the head or neck.
- kernel n. A grain or seed.
- kiln n. An oven or furnace for baking, burning, or drying industrial products.
- kiloliter n. One thousand liters.
- kilometer n. A length of 1,000 meters.
- kilowatt n. One thousand watts.
- kimono n. A loose robe, fastening with a sash, the principal outer garment in Japan.
- kind-hearted adj. Having a kind and sympathetic nature.
- kingling n. A petty king.
- kingship n. Royal state.
- kinsfolk n. pl. Relatives.
- knavery n. Deceitfulness in dealing.
- knead v. To mix and work into a homogeneous mass, especially with the hands.
- knickknack n. A small article, more for ornament that use.
- knight errant n. One of the wandering knights who in the middle ages went forth in search of adventure.
- knighthood n. Chivalry.
Related IELTS Resources
Take a practice test to find out what is your current weakness in terms of IELTS scale and allow more time to improve your weak spots. The following IELTS resources will help you to develop your skills faster: