Top Vocabulary: Spending & saving money for IELTS

Following vocabulary will help you answer Writing, Speaking questions smoothly, get IELTS high score.

1. Funding (n)

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Example: Many environmental organizations need government funding to operate. 

Related Collocations:

  • Substantial funding 
  • International/national funding 
  • Government funding 
  • State/private funding 
  • To provide somebody with funding / funding for somebody
  • To increase, reduce, cut funding

2. Development / Growth (n)

Example: The new regulation will encourage local businesses’ development.

Related Collocations:

  • Economic development 
  • To encourage, enhance, facilitate, foster, promote development

3. Contribute (v) / Contributor (n) 

Invest (v) / Investment (n) 

ExampleInvestments in education contribute to the growth of a whole nation. 

Related Collocations:

  • To contribute to something 
  • To make contributions to something
  • To invest in something 

4. Finance (n) / Financial (adj) 

Example: Many students lack the skills to manage their finances

Related Collocations:

  • To manage/plan finances 
  • Financial support 
  • To provide financial support for somebody 

5. Earn (v)

Example: In this competitive world, it is getting more and more difficult to earn a living. 

Related Collocations:

  • To earn money 
  • To earn a living 

6. Injection (n) 

Example: Foreign cash injections will help people in this poor country cope with widespread famine. 

Related Collocations:

  • Capital/cash injections 
  • To receive injections 

7. Sustain (v) 

Sustainable (adj) 

Example: The Government need to allocate more state money to transport infrastructure so that the area can develop sustainably.

Related Collocations:

  • Sustainable development 
  • Sustainable growth 

8. Allocate (v)/ Allocation (n) 

Example: The Government need to allocate more state money to transport infrastructure so that the area can develop sustainably.

Related Collocations:

  • To allocate something to/for something else

9. Manage (v) 

Example: If young students want to be financially independent, they need to know how to manage their finances effectively. 

Related Collocations:

  • To manage money/finances 
  • Finance/money management skills 

10. Dependent (adj) 

Independent (adj) 

Example: If young students want to be financially independent, they need to know how to manage their finances effectively

Related Collocations:

  • To be financially dependent
  • To be financially independent 
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