Ielts task 2 – vocabulary free education


I hope you have enjoyed writing about this topic.

Education is not luxury, but a basic human right and as such should be free for everyone irrespective of personal wealth. Do you agree or disagree? 

Now here is some vocab practice from the language I introduced in the last lesson. Fill the gaps with the language and learn some essential high level language:


 improve its economic condition. ’a universal right’               ‘qualified and skilled workers

                                                ‘be made accessible to all

amplify its human resource pool’ ‘great debt’        ‘most potent tool in transforming a nation’s ’

human capital‘ ‘great advantages to the state in the long-term

Education would be the _________________________________ development.

It almost a commonplace adage among people in almost all parts of the world that education is a ________________

They say that by making education free at the tertiary level, the market is given more flexibility to ________________________.

By making university education free and accessible to all, it, in effect, invests in one of the most significant resources of the nation: ________________

It could be argued that human capital has the potential to develop the capacity and capability of the state to ________________________

Education, most would argue, as a right that could demanded from the state is a universal commodity that should ___________________________

Free university education I would say, offers__________________________________

Moreover, some students who really struggled to arm themselves with good education ended up in _____________ 

Hence, universities can become a rich bank of ___________________

ALISTAIR BROWN: As a writing and speaking examiner for more than 10 years, I bring a lot of experience. I have seen the frustrations that students have with IELTS from a career where I have actively guided and corrected students’ studies. I am looking for the most effective ways to teach IELTS as I understand students’ needs.