English for Academic Research Vocabulary Exercises by Adrian Wallwork

English for Academic Research Vocabulary Exercises

English for Academic Research Vocabulary Exercises by Adrian Wallwork

Contents of Academic English Book

  • Adjectives and Adverbs
  • actual, current, topical
  • actually, currently, nowadays
  • advisable, convenient, comfortable
  • all, entire, everything, whole
  • almost, hard, hardly, nearly
  • alone, only, solely
  • alone, individual, only, single, sole, unique
  • alternate(ly), alternative(ly)
  • always, ever, never
  • apparently, seemingly
  • appropriate, proper, right, suitable
  • appropriate(ly), convenient(ly), correct(ly),
  • proper(ly), right(ly)
  • at present, currently, now, nowadays
  • characteristic, peculiar, typical, unique
  • classic, classical
  • coherent(ly), consistent(ly)
  • coherent(ly), consistent(ly), substantial(ly)
  • common, diffuse, widespread
  • comprehensible, understandable
  • connected, linked, related
  • contemporary, contemporaneous, simultaneous
  • continual(ly), continuous(ly)
  • corresponding, correspondent
  • deeply, strictly, strongly, tightly, thoroughly
  • different, several, various
  • each, every, any
  • each other, one another, themselves
  • early, soon
  • economic, economical, economically, financial
  • economic, low-cost
  • enough, quite, sufficient(ly)
  • few, little, a few, a little
  • fewer, less, minor
  • for, since
  • greater, main, major
  • independent(ly), irrespective(ly), regardless(ly)
  • main, principal, principle
  • pointless, useless
  • relevant, remarkable, significant
  • sensible, sensitive
  • subsequent(ly), successive(ly)
  • adverbs of manner
  • adverbs of time
  • adjectives -ing vs -ed
  • adjectives
  • adjectives: positive and negative
  • adjectives with similar meanings
  • Link words
  • according to, depending on, following,
  • in accordance with, in agreement with,
  • in compliance with,
  • also, as well as, even, too
  • also, as well as, either, even, neither / nor, not
  • only, so, too
  • although, even if, even though, though
  • apart from, besides, except for, in addition to,
  • with the exception of
  • as long as, if, provided that, unless
  • as is, as it is
  • as, how, like
  • as a consequence, consequently, hence,
  • it follows that, thus, therefore
  • at the end, in the end, fi nally, lastly
  • because, why
  • both, either, neither
  • both, either, neither, if, whether
  • by now, for the moment, so far
  • by, thus, When, While
  • compared to, in relation to, with respect to
  • despite, despite the fact, however, in any case,
  • in spite of the fact, nevertheless,
  • notwithstanding, still, yet
  • e g , i e
  • e g , for example, i e , such as, that is to say, etc
  • eventual(ly), if necessary, in the end
  • in fact, instead (of), on the other contrary,
  • on the other hand
  • various link words
  • various link words
  • Nouns
  • base, basis
  • basis, degree, extent, level, region
  • capacity, competence, skill
  • chance, opportunity, possibility, probability
  • consideration, observation, remark
  • danger, hazard
  • dimension, size
  • measure, measurement
  • motivation, reason
  • replacement, substitute, substitution
  • requirement, request, query
  • standard, degree, grade, level
  • various nouns
  • Prepositions
  • about, for, of
  • above, over, below, under, underneath
  • among, between, of
  • among, between, from, of, with
  • at, in, into, inside, to
  • at, to, ø (no preposition)
  • at, to, towards
  • by, from
  • by, from, in, of, with
  • during, over, throughout
  • for, of
  • in, into
  • in, on
  • in, into, on, onto
  • with, within
  • various prepositions
  • Verbs
  • affect, effect, influence, condition, interest
  • agree with, be in agreement with, match
  • allow, enable, permit, let, mean
  • analyze, elaborate, process
  • anticipate, bring forward, expect, forecast, foresee,
  • predict
  • argue, claim, pretend
  • arise, raise, rise, give rise to
  • ascertain, check, control, verify
  • assist, take part, participate
  • assume, hypothesize, suppose
  • assure, ensure, guarantee, insure
  • attempt, demonstrate, prove, show, test,
  • try, try out
  • avoid, prevent
  • be concerned, cope with, deal with, focus on
  • be the result of, turn out, result, result in
  • be born, conceive, derive from, originate
  • bind, bond, bound
  • bring, cause, determine, give rise to, lead to
  • compose, comprise, consist, constitute,
  • form, make up
  • condition, conduct, drive, guide
  • decline, decrease, go down, lessen,
  • lower, reduce
  • decrease, drop, plummet
  • demand, request, require, query
  • desire, want, wish
  • determine, cause, induce, lead to
  • depict, highlight, show, visualize
  • detect, discriminate, distinguish, identify
  • divide, separate, share, split
  • entail, imply, involve, mean
  • evidence, highlight, show
  • exclude, rule out, marginalize
  • expect, presume, suppose, wait for
  • experiment, experience, prove, test
  • lack, miss
  • propose, recommend, suggest
  • refuse, reject
  • replace, substitute
  • result, turn out
  • review, revise, revisit
  • subject to, subjected to, undergo
  • irregular verbs
  • phrasal verbs
  • various verbs
  • False Friends and Synonyms
  • false friends
  • false friends
  • synonyms : reducing redundancy
  • synonyms: latinate versus anglo saxon
  • synonyms: latinate versus anglo saxon
  • various synonyms
  • Spelling
  • spelling
  • spelling
  • Useful phrases
  • abstracts and introductions
  • abstracts and introductions
  • abstracts and introductions
  • review of the literature
  • review of the literature
  • definitions
  • materials and methods
  • methods and results
  • highlighting drawbacks of previous research
  • highlighting importance of current research
  • results and discussion
  • referring to figures and tables
  • giving examples
  • acknowledgements
  • Emails
  • enquiring about possible placement
  • enquiring about possible placement
  • enquiring about possible placement
  • cover letter for summer school application
  • asking for an informal review of a manuscript
  • request to co-author
  • request for favor
  • request for favor
  • request for help with research
  • chasing a request
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  • apologizing for late reply, commenting
  • on future project
  • thanking for hospitality
  • submission of paper
  • request to editor regarding status of previously
  • submitted manuscript
  • letter to editor regarding referees’ report

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