The following table of nouns is from my IELTS ebook for part two of the writing test. The ebook also include verbs and adjectives.
Some useful nouns
|addiction||the condition of not being able to stop doing something. Especially something harmful like drinking alcohol or playing video games.|
|allergy||a strong reaction to something. For instance, an allergy to a certain food.|
|diagnosis||an opinion of a patient’s health condition or illness.|
1. everything that we eat.
2. a plan to eat carefully to reduce weight.
|insomnia||inability or difficulty to get to sleep.|
|ingredients||the different foods that go into a recipe.|
|obesity||being extremely overweight.|
|nutrition||the health value of food.|
|physician||another word for doctor.|
|treatment||a way of curing an illness or medical condition.|
6 thoughts on “Health: Advanced IELTS Language”
I don’t find the advanced vocabulary for some of the other common topics here, like: Sports.. are you planning to incorporate those as well?
The use of “No” with “unable” seems inappropriate to me. So, when I was reading the sentence, I did not think it to be the correct one.
I think the meaning of addiction should be: Not being able to stop doing something instead of “the condition of not being unable to stop doing something.”
Thanks. Any reason for your opinion?
I agree, it seems like we should use “being uable” or “not being able”. Because “not being unable” means “being able”.
Yes, I agree as well… it’s an error and I have fixed it now. Thanks.