Advice and Suggestion

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Vocabulary for IELTS (General) - Lesson 10

Vocabulary for IELTS (General)
alternativelyadverb

as a second choice or another possibility

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challengenoun

a new and difficult task that puts one's skill, ability, and determination to the test

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feedbacknoun

information, criticism, or advice about a person's performance, a new product, etc. intended for improvement

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to consultverb

to seek information or advice from someone with knowledge in a particular field

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to proposeverb

to put forward a suggestion, plan, or idea for consideration

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connotationnoun

a feeling or an idea suggested by a word aside from its literal or primary meaning

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guidancenoun

help and advice about how to solve a problem, given by someone who is knowledgeable and experienced

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hintnoun

a slight suggestion or piece of advice that shows how a problem is solved

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implicitlyadverb

in a way that is suggested without being directly or clearly expressed

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to promptverb

to encourage someone to do or say something

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to advise
to adviseverb

to provide someone with a suggestion regarding a specific situation

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recommendationnoun

a suggestion or piece of advice given to someone officially, especially about the course of action that they should take

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to warnverb

to tell someone that something unpleasant or bad may happen

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to admonishverb

to strongly advise someone to do something or to criticize what they did

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to commend
to commendverb

to mention someone or something with approval and put them forward as suitable

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to counsel
to counselverb

to advise someone to take a course of action

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inadvisableadjective

not sensible and likely to have unwanted consequences

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tacitlyadverb

understood or implied without expressing directly

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liableadjective

likely to be subject to a problem, disease, etc.

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obligedadjective

feeling that something must be done because it is morally proper or mandatory

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exemptadjective

free from a requirement or liability that is imposed on other people

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bindingadjective

legally impossible to avoid and must be obeyed

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mandatoryadjective

ordered or required by a rule or law

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optionaladjective

available to be chosen but not enforced

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compulsoryadjective

forced to be done by law or regulation

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to reckonverb

to think or have an opinion about something

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regardlessadverb

with no attention to the thing mentioned

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opinionatedadjective

having strong opinions and not willing to change them

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convincinglyadverb

in a way that makes people believe something is true

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conservatismnoun

a political belief with an inclination to keep the traditional values in a society by avoiding changes

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