Academic Word List – Sublist 1 (group 7)

SUBLIST 1, Card 7

The word ‘involve‘ dates back to the 14th century. It originally meant ‘to roll into’ or to ‘mix together.’ Today the meaning is similar ; it means to include  something or be a result of something.

Example of today’s usage:

  • My new job involves a lot of travel.
  • She is involved in a long and nasty court case.

Collocations: When you learn new vocab, make sure that you note collocations too. For this group of words some collocations are:
indication of, indicative of
individually wrapped
interpretation of, misinterpretation of
involvement of, involvement with
issue of, issue with

Check the meanings of the words if you don’t already know them. Check the meanings of the different forms if they seem to be different. You can check them at Time4english by clicking the words (http://www.time4english.com/aamain/lounge/awl.asp).

AWL Sublist 1, group 7

Vocabulary for IELTS – Academic Word List 1:7

Complete the sentences below with the correct word and the correct form of the word.

1.These days glasses are _______________ checked for hidden cameras as part of the test security.  (indicate, individual)

2.Have you had any ______________ yet of whether you were accepted into the program? (indicate, issue)

3.It is believed that the company managers were _______________ in fraudulent activities. (interpret, involve)

4.New driver licences are ______________ for 10 years. (issue, individual)

5.I must have _______________ that because I don’t understand. (interpret, involve)

Answers (in the wrong order)
4. issued     2. indication    1. individually     3. involved   5. misinterpreted

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