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Compare this list of adjectives ending in ‘-ent’ with adjectives ending in ‘-ant’. Notice how the pronunciation of ‘-ent’ and ‘-ant’ at the end of these words is the same (the weak /ənt/ sound). If anyone has any rule for why some adjectives end in ‘-ant’ and some in ‘—ent’, I would love to hear it! Get my COMPLETE GUIDE TO IELTS VOCABULARY (Book 1: Word Formation) in my shop
If you're trying to improve your vocabulary for all aspects of the IELTS Test, this 48-page booklet gives you everything you need. Learn something new on every page and improve your IELTS score when you start to use the new words to show improved flexibility and range in your Speaking and Writing. Your exposure to high-level word forms, will also dramatically improve your Listening and Reading Comprehension skills.
IELTS Listening Part 2 and 3 often contain questions which require an understanding of tenses - usually you have to decide if something - has already happened - is happening at the moment - is going to happen in the future. Tenses are often used as distractors, as we can see in these examples related to events at a dinosaur museum.