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ielts speaking vocabulary

1. Stand a chance – have a chance of winning or succeeding
• Joe Biden doesn’t stand a chance in the election anymore.

2. Get to – have an opportunity to do something
• You know what, I got to see Avaz Oxun in the street today.

3. Top priority – The most important task or responsibility that you have.
• Providing financial means to my family is my top priority.

4. Major concern – main problem or significant worry
• My major concern is to complete the task on time.

5. Figure out – understand the problem or solve the problem
• It took a while, but I finally figured out how to take a screenshot on a laptop.

6. No matter how – whatever, regardless of how.
No matter how busy we are, we should find time for our family.

7. Get over – to successfully solve a problem or difficulty
• I don’t know how we’re going to get over this problem

8. Red flag – a sign that warns people about a particular problem or danger.
• Getting an email from someone that you don’t know, asking for personal information, is a red flag.

9. Get to the point – talk about something relevant and important.
• You’re talking too much and not getting to the point. Please get to the point.

10. Have got a point – have an idea which is worth considering.
• Oooops you have got a point. Probably you’re right.


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