IELTS Vocabulary Pages

IELTS Vocabulary Page ( 15 of 25 ):

mouth

move (verb)

move (noun)

movement (noun)

movie (noun)

much (adjective)

much (pronoun)

much (adverb)

mud (noun)

muggy

multiply (verb)

murder (verb)

murder (noun)

muscle

museum (noun)

music (noun)

musical (adjective)

musician

must (verb)

mustache

mutual (adjective)

my (adjective)

myself (pronoun)

mysterious (adjective)

mystery (noun)

nail (verb)

nail

naked (adjective)

name (noun)

name (verb)

narrow (adjective)

nation (noun)

national (adjective)

native (adjective)

native (noun)

natural (adjective)

naturally (adverb)

nature (noun)

nausea

navy (noun)

near (adjective)

near (preposition)

near (adverb)

nearby (adjective)

nearly (adverb)

neat (adjective)

necessary (adjective)

neck

need (noun)

need (verb)

needle (noun)

negative (adjective)

negligence

negligent

neighbor (noun)

neighborhood (noun)

neither (pronoun)

neither (adjective)

nephew

nerve (noun)

nervous

nest (noun)

net (noun)

network (noun)

neutral (adjective)

never (adverb)

nevertheless (adverb)

new (adjective)

newly (adverb)

news

newspaper (noun)

next (adjective)

next

next (pronoun)

nice

niece

night (noun)

night

no (adjective)

no (adverb)

no one (pronoun)

nobody (pronoun)

noise (noun)

noisy (adjective)

none (pronoun)

noon

nor (conjunction)

normal (adjective)

normally

nostril

notary public

notebook

notes

now

nuclear energy

nurse

nutritionist

o’clock (adverb)

oath

obey (verb)

object (noun)

object (verb)

objection (noun)

objective (adjective)

objective (noun)

observation (noun)

observe (verb)

obsessive

obtain (verb)

obvious (adjective)

occasion (noun)

occasionally

occupation (noun)

occupy (verb)

occur (verb)

ocean (noun)

October (noun)

odd (adjective)

odor (noun)

of (preposition)

off (adverb)

off (preposition)

offend (verb)

offense (noun)

offense (noun [sense 3])

offensive (adjective)

offer (verb)

offer (noun)

office (noun)

officer (noun)

official (adjective)

often

oh (interjection)

oil (noun)

OK (adjective)

OK (adverb)

old (adjective)

old-fashioned (adjective)

on (adjective)

on (preposition)

on (adverb)

once (adverb)

once (noun)

one (adjective)

one (noun)

one (pronoun)

one-way

oneself (pronoun)

only (adverb)

only (adjective)

onto (preposition)

open (verb)

open (noun)

open (adjective)

opening (noun)

operate (verb)

operation (noun)

opinion (noun)

opponent

opponent (noun)