ACADEMIC WORD LIST – SUBLIST 4 (42)

If someone or something is ‘implicated,’ it is believed to be involved or to be guilty. Another meaning can be ‘the results or effects’ of something.

Examples:

  • Consumption of dairy products is implicated in the rise of allergies in young people today.
  • Alex lost his job because he was implicated in a robbery that took place at his office.
  • The implications of the new tax are not clear yet.

Collocations: When you learn new vocab, make sure that you note collocations too. For this group of words some collocations are:
hypothesis relating to, hypothetical situation
implementation of
implications of, implicated in
imposition of, impose on
integration of, integrate with

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

IELTS Vocabulary

ACADEMIC WORD LIST 42

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

  1. The _______________ of the change in management are not clear yet. (integrate, implicate)
  2. We invited them to stay with us for a few days, but they’ve been here for two months. It’s quite an _______________   (impose, implicate)
  3. Their _______________ is that if the rich get richer, the poor will also get rich.  (hypothesis, implementation)
  4. What is the best way to _______________  the two systems?  (impose, integrate)
  5. Has the school   ______________ the new absence policies yet?(hypothesis, implemented)

Answers (in the wrong order below)
4. integrate   2. imposition   1. implications   5. implemented    3. hypothesis

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