Video: 8+ IELTS Academic Technology Vocabulary

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Today you’ll learn amazing 8+ academic vocabulary to speak or write about technology on your next IELTS Exam.

8 ielts academic technology vocabulary

Students are always asking for academic vocabulary for IELTS Speaking Part 3 and Writing Task 2. It’s difficult to know where to find it, and what exactly it might look like.

The best place to find this high-scoring, native-speaker, impressive vocabulary is from reputable news organizations, such as NPR, the New York Times, the BBC and the Guardian.

In this video, you are exposed to not just a list of words, but a series of phrases and structures that would land you that 8+ on IELTS Speaking and Writing Exams.

 

 

  • Hackers are launching attacks on corporations as well as individuals
    • Hacking is in the news a lot recently, and could definitely come up on any part of the IELTS Exam. The impressive phrase here is ‘launching attacks.’
  • Top cyber-security threats
    • Cyber’ is much better than ‘online’ or ‘internet’. Also, ‘threats’ is better than ‘dangers’.

 

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  • Attack national infrastructures, like the healthcare system
    • Infrastructures’ is an excellent word to describe an organizational network, such as a system of roads, a power grid, or, in this case, the healthcare system.
  • Cyber espionage
    • This is a parallel expression for ‘hacking’. ‘Espionage’ means ‘spying’.
  • The banking industry is vulnerable
    • Vulnerable’ is a great adjective meaning ‘weak’ or ‘open to danger’.
  • Update software to monitor threats
    • Monitor’ means to ‘keep track of’.

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  • Hackers are launching attacks on governmental websites / corporations as well as private network / individuals . Top cyber-security threats endanger national infrastructures, such as the healthcare system , transportation safety , power grids as well as information privacy . Cyber espionage / hacking / spying continues to cause catastrophes, especially the banking industry is most vulnerable . Don’t let the spines scare you , just update software to monitor / keep track of any threats .

  • Khaled Mostafa

    It’s useful corporations to update software to monitor threats. The banking industry is vulnerable. Cyber espionage is a critical challenge for many organizations nowadays. Moreover, hackers could attack national infrastructures, like the healthcare system. Such top cyber-security threats is on the rise thanks to technology development. Hackers are launching attacks on corporations as well as individuals.