vocab for ielts

Vocabulary For IELTS

all-in package/package holiday : a holiday where you purchase the travel and accommodation together

breathtaking view: an extremely beautiful view

charter-flight: a cheaper form of flying than a scheduled flight

check-in desk: the place at the airport where you register for your flight and deposit your luggage

departure lounge: where you wait for your flight to be called

 far-off destination: somewhere a long way away

to get away from it all: to take a holiday to escape a busy or stressful lifestyle

 guided tour: an organised group shown around a place of interest by an expert

 holiday brochure: a glossy publication with details of holiday packages

 holiday destination: where you go for a holiday

 holiday of a lifetime: a special holiday that you are unlikely to repeat

 holiday resort: a place where lots of people go for a holiday

 hordes of tourists: crowds of tourists

 local crafts: objects produced locally

long weekend: an extended weekend holiday including Friday or Monday

out of season : outside of the main holiday period

 picturesque village: very pretty village

 passport control: the place where your passport is checked

 places of interest: sites of interest to tourists

wildlife safari : a holiday, often in Africa, to observe wild animals

self-catering: a holiday where you supply your own food

short break: a short holiday

 to go sightseeing: to look around the tourist sites

stunning landscape: extremely beautiful countryside

 travel agent : a shop that specialises in booking holidays

 tourist trap: somewhere where too many tourists go

 youth hostel: a cheap form of accommodation

to break up: to end a romantic relationship

to drift apart: to become less close to someone

to enjoy someone’s company: to like spending time with someone

to fall for: to fall in love

to fall head over heels in love: to start to love someone a lot

to fall out with: to have a disagreement and stop being friends

to get on like a house on fire: to like someone’s company very much indeed

to get on well with: to understand someone and enjoy similar interests

to get to know: to begin to know someone

to go back years: to have known someone for a long time

to have a lot in common: to share similar interests

to have ups and downs: to have good and bad times

a healthy relationship: a good, positive relationship

to hit it off: to quickly become good friends with

to be in a relationship: to be romantically involved with someone

to be just good friends: to not be romantically involved

to keep in touch with: to keep in contact with

to lose touch with: to not see or hear from someone any longer

love at first sight: to fall in love immediately you meet someone

to pop the question: to ask someone to marry you

to see eye to eye: to agree on a subject

to settle down: to give up the single life and start a family

to strike up a relationship: to begin a friendship

to tie the knot: to get married

to be well matched: to be similar to

to work at a relationship: to try to maintain a positive relationship with someone

to access websites/email: to locate

to back up files: to make a copy of files in case of a computer problem

to boot up: to start a computer

to bookmark a webpage: to mark a webpage for future reference

to browse websites: to look at websites

a computer buff: an expert computer user

to crash: to suddenly stop working

to cut and paste: to move text or images from one place in a document to another place

a desktop PC: a computer that isn’t portable and remains in situ on a desk

digital editing: to edit digital materials like audio or video files

download (podcasts): to save a copy of a file from the internet to your own device

to enter a web address: to type the address of a website into the address bar of your browser

a gadget: a technological tool like a mobile phone or camera

to go online: to start using the Internet

high-spec (laptop): powerful computer with top quality components

Internet security: Internet safety

intranet: a network of connected computers within an organisation that is not accessible by unauthorised visitors

to navigate a website: to find your way around a website

operating system: the software that tells the computer how to work

send an attachment: send an email with an accompanying file

social media: media used to interact with other people such as Facebook or Twitter

to surf the web: to look at a series of websites one after the other

a techie:somebody who has an interest in technology

to upgrade:to obtain a more powerful or feature-rich computer or piece of software

video conferencing: to see and hear people from different locations using the Internet

wireless hotspot: a public place where you can access the Internet

wireless network: a network where users can access the Internet without the use of fixed cables

word processing: producing written texts on a computer

an athletics meeting: an event where various athletics sports are held

an athletics track: a running track

an away game:a football match played in the opposing teams stadium

a brisk walk:a fast walk

to do judo: (not go or play)

a football fan: someone who likes football

a fitness programme: a schedule of activities to keep fit

a football match: a game of football

a football pitch: the surface on which you play football (as opposed to a stadium, which is the building)

a football season: a period in the year when football is played

to get into shape: to become fit

to go jogging: to run around the streets

a home game: a football match played in the teams own stadium

to keep fit:to stay in good physically condition

to be out of condition: to not be physically fit

a personal best: to achieve the best personal result so far in a sport

a personal trainer: a sports coach that helps you on a one-to-one basis

to play tennis/football: (not do or go)

to run the marathon: to run a distance of 42.195 Kilometres

a season ticket:a ticket that gives you entry to most of a team’s home games during the sporting year.

to set a record: to achieve the best result in a sport

a sports centre: a public building where people can do various sports

sports facilities: the equipment and services needed to do a sport

a squash/tennis/badminton court: the surface where you play these sports

strenuous exercise: exercise that needs a lot of physical effort

a strong swimmer: a good swimmer

a swimming pool:the place where you swim

to take up exercise: to start doing exercise

to train hard:to train with a lot of effort

to be full up: to eat to the point that you can no longer eat any more

to be starving hungry: an exaggerated way of saying you are very hungry

to bolt something down: to eat something very quickly

to be dying of hunger: an exaggerated way of saying you are hungry

to eat a balanced diet:to eat the correct types and amounts of food

to eat like a horse:to eat a lot

to follow a recipe:to cook a meal using instructions

to foot the bill: to pay the bill

a fussy eater: somebody who has their own very high standards about what to eat

to grab a bite to eat: to eat something quickly (when you’re in a rush)

to have a sweet tooth: to enjoy sugary food

home-cooked food: food cooked at home from individual ingredients

the main meal: the most important meal of the day, usually eaten in the evening

to make your mouth water: to make you feel very hungry for something

to play with your food: to push food around the plate to avoid eating it

processed food: commercially prepared food bought for convenience

a quick snack:to eat a small amount of food between meals

a ready meal:see ‘processed food’

a slap up meal:a large meal

to spoil your appetite:to eat something that will stop you feeling hungry when it’s meal-time.

a take away:a cooked meal prepared in a restaurant and eaten at home

to tuck into:to eat something with pleasure

to wine and dine:to entertain someone by treating them to food and drink

to work up an appetite:to do physical work that leads to you becoming hungry

to attend classes:to go to classes

bachelors degree: an undergraduate course which usually lasts 3-4 years

boarding school:a school where pupils live during term time

distance learning:a way of studying where tuition is carried out over the Internet or by post

face-to-face classes:as opposed to distance learning the traditional way of studying in a classroom with colleagues and a teacher

to fall behind with your studies: to progress less quickly than others

to give feedback: to offer guidance on a student’s work

a graduation ceremony:an event where a successful student receives his or her academic degree

higher education: education, usually in a college or university, that is followed after high school or secondary school

an intensive course: a course that offers lots of training in order to reach a goal in as short a time as possible

to keep up with your studies: to not fall behind

to learn something by heart: to memorize it

a mature student: a student who is older than average and who has usually returned to education after a period at work

masters degree: a period of study which often follows the completion of a bachelors degree or is undertaken by someone regarded as capable of a higher-level academic course

to meet a deadline: to finish a job or task in the time allowed or agreed

to play truant:to stay away from classes without permission

private language school: an independent school run as a business concern

public schools:exclusive independent schools in the UK

a single-sex school: a school where only boys or girls attend (as opposed to a mixed-sex school)

to sit an exam: to take an exam

state school: a school paid for by public funds and available to the general public

subject specialist: a teacher who has a great deal of knowledge about the subject they teach.

to take a year out: to spend a year working or travelling before starting university

tuition fees:the money paid for a course of study

to work your way through university: to have a paid job whilst studying to support yourself financially

to be called for an interview: to be invited to attend an interview

to be your own boss: to have your own business

a dead-end job: a job with no promotional opportunities

to do a job-share: to share the weekly hours of work with another person

a good team player: somebody who can work well with other people

full-time:the number of hours that people usually work in a complete week

a heavy workload: to have a lot of work to do

a high-powered job: an important or powerful job

holiday entitlement: the number of days holiday allowed

job satisfaction: the feeling of enjoying a job

manual work: work that requires physical activity

maternity leave: time off work given to a woman about to have a baby

to meet a deadline: to finish a job by an agreed time

a nine-to-five job: a normal job that consists of an 8 hour day (approximately)

one of the perks of the job: an extra benefit you get from a job

part-time:working less than full-time

to run your own business: see ‘to be your own boss’

to be self-employed:see ‘to be your own boss’

sick leave: time allowed off work when sick

to be stuck behind a desk: to be unhappy in an office job

to be/get stuck in a rut: to be in a boring job that is hard to leave

to take early retirement:to retire early (retire: to reach an age when you are allowed to stop working for a living)

temporary work: work done for a limited time only

voluntary work: to work without pay

to be well paid: to earn a good salary

working conditions: the hours, salary and other entitlements that comes with the job

to work with your hands: to do manual work

aches and pains: minor pains that continue over a period of time

to be a bit off colour:to feel a little ill

to be at death’s door: (informal) to be very ill indeed

to be on the mend: to be recovering after an illness

to be over the worst:to have got through the most serious or uncomfortable stage of an illness

to be under the weather:(informal) to not feel well

a blocked nose: when the nose has excess fluid due to a cold

to catch a cold: to get a cold

a check-up: a physical examination by a doctor

a chesty cough: a cough caused by congestion around the lungs

cuts and bruises: minor injuries

to feel poorly: to feel ill

as fit as a fiddle: to be very healthy

to go down with a cold: to become ill

to go private: to choose to be treated by commercial healthcare rather than by services offered by the state

GP: General Practitioner (family doctor)

to have a filling: to have a tooth repaired

to have a tooth out: to have a tooth removed

a heavy cold: a bad cold

to make an appointment: to arrange a time to see the doctor

to make a speedy recovery: to recover quickly from an illness

to phone in sick:to call work to explain you won’t be attending work due to illness

prescription charges:money the patient pays for medicine authorised by a doctor

to pull a muscle: to strain a muscle

a runny nose: a nose that has liquid coming out of it

a sore throat: inflammation that causes pain when swallowing

an action movie:a film with fast moving scenes, often containing violence

to be engrossed in: to be completely focused on one thing

bedtime reading: something to read in bed before you go to sleep

to be a big reader: someone who reads a lot

to be based on: to use as a modal

a box office hit: a financially successful film

to be heavy-going: difficult to read

a blockbuster: a film that is a big commercial success

to catch the latest movie: to see a film that has just come out

the central character: the main person in a film or book

a classic: of the highest quality

to come highly recommended: to be praised by another person

couldn’t put it down: wasn’t able to stop reading a book

an e-book: a digital book

an e-reader:a device for reading e-books

to flick through: to look quickly through a book

to get a good/bad review: to receive positive or negative feedback

to go on general release: when a film can be seen by the general public

hardback: a book with a rigid cover (see ‘paperback’ below)

a historical novel: a story set in the past

a low budget film: a film made with a small amount of money

on the big screen: at the cinema

a page turner: a book that you want to keep reading

paperback: a book with a flexible cover (see ‘hardback’ above)

plot: the main events in a film or book

to read something from cover to cover: to read a book from the first page to the last

sci-fi: science fiction

to see a film: to see a film at the cinema (see ‘watch a film’ below)

the setting:where the action takes place

showings: performances of a film

soundtrack:the music that accompanies a film

special effects:the visuals or sounds that are added to a film which are difficult to produce naturally

to take out (a book from the library):to borrow a book from the library

to tell the story of: to outline the details of someone’s life or an event

to watch a film: to watch a film on TV (see ‘to see a film’ above)

(all the) mod cons: technology at home that makes jobs easier such as a washing machine, dishwasher etc.

apartment block: a large building made up of smaller units of apartments

back garden:a garden at the rear of the house

detached house: a house that is not physically connected to another property

to do up a property: to repair an old building

dream home:a home you regard as perfect

first-time buyer:someone buying a property for the first time, especially when taking out a loan (mortgage)

fully-furnished:a rented property with all furniture included

to get on the property ladder: to buy a property with the aim of buying another bigger or more expensive one later in life

hall of residence: a college or university building where students live

home comforts:things that make a home feel comfortable to live in

house-hunting: looking for a property to live in

house-warming party:a party to celebrate moving into a new home

ideal home: a perfect home

to live on campus:to live on the university or college grounds

mobile home:a home that can be moved by a vehicle or one that has its own engine

to move into:to begin to live in a property

to own your own home: to have bought the property you live in

to pay rent in advance: weekly or monthly rent paid at the beginning of the week or month

permanent address: a fixed address

property market: the buying and selling of land or buildings

to put down a deposit: to pay an amount of money as the first in a series of future payments

rented accommodation: property owned by someone else and for which a person pays a fixed amount to live in

single room: a room for one person

spacious room: a large room

student digs: student accommodation

the suburbs:a residential area on the edge of towns or cities

to take out a mortgage: to borrow a large amount of money, paid back over several years, in order to buy a house

terraced house: a house connected on both sides by other properties

to be on trend: to be very fashionable

casual clothes: not formal

classic style:a simple, traditional style that is always fashionable

designer label: a well-known company that makes (often expensive) clothing

dressed to kill: wearing clothes that attract admirers

to dress for the occasion:to wear clothes suitable for a particular event

fashionable: in fashion

fashion house:a company that sells (usually expensive) new styles in clothes

fashion icon: a person who is famous for their sense of fashion

fashion show: an event where modals show off the latest in fashion designs

to get dressed up: to put on nice clothes, often to go out somewhere special

to go out of fashion:to not be in fashion any more

hand-me-downs:clothes that are passed down from older brothers or sisters to their younger siblings

to have an eye for (fashion): to be a good judge of

to have a sense of style: the ability to wear clothes that look stylish

the height of fashion: very fashionable

to keep up with the latest fashion: to wear the latest fashions

to look good in: to wear something that suits you

to mix and match: to wear different styles or items of clothing that aren’t part of a set outfit

must-have: something that is highly fashionable and therefore in demand

off the peg: clothing that is ready made

old fashioned: not in fashion any more

to be the life and soul of the party: a fun person, someone who is the centre of activity

to bend over backwards: to try very hard to help someone

broad-minded: prepared to accept other views or behaviours

easy-going: relaxed and not easily worried about anything

extrovert: an energetic person who likes the company of others

fair-minded: to treat people equally

fun-loving:to enjoy having fun

to hide one’s light under a bushel: to hide one’s talents and skills

good company: enjoyable to socialise with

good sense of humour: the ability to understand what is funny

introvert: someone who is shy

laid-back: see ‘easy-going’

to lose one’s temper: to suddenly become angry

narrow minded: opposite of ‘broad-minded’ (see above)

painfully shy: very shy

to put others first: to think of others before yourself

quick-tempered: to become angry quickly

reserved: shy

self-assured: confident

self-centred: thinks only of oneself

self-confident: believes in one’s own ability or knowledge

self-effacing: to not try to get the attention of others (especially in terms of hiding one’s skills or abilities)

to take after: to be like (often another member of the family)

thick-skinned: not easily affected by criticism

trustworthy: can be trusted

two-faced: not honest or sincere. Will say one thing to someone to their face and another when they are not present.

to balance the books: to not spend more money than you are earning

to be self-employed: to work for yourself/to not work for an employer

to cold call: to make a sales call to someone without asking them for permission first

cut throat competition: when one company lowers its prices, forcing other companies to do the same, sometimes to a point where business becomes unprofitable

to do market research: to do research into what potential customers would or wouldn’t buy

to draw up a business plan: to write a plan for a new business

to drum up business: to try to get customers

to earn a living: to earn money

to go bust: when a business is forced to close because it is unsuccessful

cash flow: the money coming in and going out of a business

to go into business with: to join another person to start or expand a business

to go it alone:to start your own business

to go under:(see ‘to go bust’)

to have a web presence: to have a website or social media profile that showcases your business

to launch a product: to start selling and promoting a new product

to lay someone off: when a company ends an employee’s contract of employment

lifestyle business: a business that is set up to bring in a sufficient income and no more

to make a profit:to earn more money than it costs to run the business

niche business: a business that serves a small, particular market

to raise a company profile: to make more people aware of a business

to run your own business: to have a business of your own

sales figures:a report of the income a company generates through sales of products or services

to set up a business:to start a business

stiff competition: strong competition from other companies in the same area of work

to take on employees: to employ people

to take out a loan: to borrow money

to win a contract:when a business gets legally-binding work with an individual or company

to work for yourself:(see ‘to be self-employed’)

to bear a striking resemblance: to look very similar to

cropped hair:very short hair

disheveled hair: untidy hair

to dress up to the nines: to dress very smartly or glamorously

fair hair: light-coloured hair

to be fair-skinned: light skinned

to get done up: to dress smartly

to be getting on a bit: to be getting old

to go grey: to have hair that is turning grey

to be good looking:to be attractive

to grow old gracefully: to act in a way that embraces the fact you are getting older

to be hard of hearing: to find it difficult to hear

in his/her 30s/40s: to be 20/30 something

scruffy: dressed untidily

to look young for your age: to look younger than you are

to lose one’s figure: to have a figure that has lost its toned shape

complexion: natural skin colour and texture

make up: cosmetics

medium height:average height

middle-aged: approximately between 45-65

to never have a hair out of place: perfectly styled hair

to be overweight: to weigh more than is regarded as healthy

pointed face: the opposite of a round face

shoulder-length hair: hair that comes down to the shoulders and no further

slender figure: a figue that is tall and slim

slim figure: attractively thin

thick hair:a lot of hair

to wear glasses:to use spectacles

to be well-built:to be muscular

to be well-turned out: to look smart

youthful appearance: to look young

boarded up shops: shops that are no longer doing business

chain stores: well-known brands with shops in multiple cities

to close down: to stop doing business

fashionable boutiques:fashionable clothes shops

to get around: to travel around

high-rise flats: multi-story apartments

inner-city: the central part of a city where people live and where conditions are often poor

in the suburbs: the outer area of large towns and cities where people live

lively bars/restaurants: bars or restaurants with a good atmosphere

local facilities: local buildings or services serving the public

multi-story car parks: car parks on several floors

office block: a large building that contains offices

out of town shopping centre/retail park: large shopping centres outside of the town or city

pavement cafe: cafes with tables outside on the pavement

places of interest:buildings that have a particular interest for visitors

poor housing:housing that is not in good condition

public spaces: areas in a town or city that are open to the public

public transport system: public vehicles such as buses and trains that operate at regular times on fixed routes

residential area: an area where people live

run down:old and of a poor standard

shopping centre:an area consisting of multiple shops

shopping malls:large indoor shopping centres

sprawling city: a city that has grown over time and which covers a wide area

tourist attraction:a place of interest to tourists

traffic congestion:heavy traffic making it difficult to move around a town or city

upmarket shops:expensive fashionable shops

adoring fans: people who love a particular band or singer

background music: music that is played while something else is happening

a catchy tune:a song that is easy to remember and makes you want to sing it

classical music: music that is regarded as part of a long, formal tradition

to download tracks:to obtain music from the Internet

to have a great voice: to sing well

to go on tour: to go on a planned series of performances around a region or country

a huge following: a large number of fans

live music: music that is listened to while it is performed (not recorded)

live performance:(see live music)

a massive hit: a record that sells lots of copies

a music festival: music performances at a venue often over several days

musical talent:skilled at music

to be/sing out of tune:to not be in harmony/to sing the wrong notes

a piece of music: an item of music

to play by ear:to play without reading the musical notes

a pop group: a small group of people who play or sing pop music together

to read music: to understand and follow written musical notes

a rock band: a group of musicians that play rock music

to sing along to: to join in singing

a sing-song: to sing informally, often with other people

a slow number:a song with a slow tempo

to take up a musical instrument: to begin learning a musical instrument

taste in music: the music someone likes

to be tone deaf: to be unable to distinguish the different notes in music

to be below freezing: below zero degrees Celsius

bitterly cold: very cold and unpleasant

a blanket of snow: a complete covering of snow

boiling hot: very hot (informal)

changeable:weather that often changes

a change in the weather: when weather conditions change

clear blue skies: a sky without clouds

to clear up: when clouds or rain disappear

to come out (the sun): when the sun appears out of a cloudy sky

a cold spell: a short period of cold weather

to dress up warm: to wear warm clothes to protect yourself against wintry conditions

a drop of rain: a little bit of rain

a flash flood: a sudden and severe flood

freezing cold: very cold (informal)

to get caught in the rain: to be outside when it rains unexpectedly

to get drenched: to get very wet

heatstroke: a serious condition caused by being too long in hot weather

a heatwave: a period of very hot weather

heavy rain: intense rainfall

long-range forecast: the weather forecast for several days or weeks ahead

mild climate: a climate without extreme weather conditions

mild winter: a winter that isn’t particularly cold

not a cloud in the sky: see ‘clear blue skies’ above

to pour down: to rain heavily

to be rained off: to be cancelled or postponed due to poor weather

sunny spells: short periods of sunny weather

thick fog: a dense fog that makes visibility very poor

torrential rain: see ‘heavy rain’ above

tropical storm: a storm typical of ones that you find in tropical climates

weather forecast: a TV/radio programme or section in a newspaper/magazine which predicts weather conditions

advertising campaign: a series of advertisements to persuade people to buy something

big brand names: large well-known companies or product names

to be careful with money: to not over-spend

carrier bag: bags (usually plastic) supplied by shops

customer service: the degree to which customers are treated well

to get into debt: to owe money

to give someone the hard sell: to put pressure on someone to buy something

high street names: well-known shops

independent stores: small shops independent of large companies

local shops: community shops

loyalty card: a card issued by a shop to allow customers to save money on the basis of what they spend

must-have product: a product that is very popular that a lot of people want to have

to be on a tight budget: to have a limited amount of money to spend

to be on commission: to pay someone in relation to the amount they sell

a pay in cash: to pay for something using coins or paper money

to pay the full price: to pay the full amount for something

to pick up a bargain: to buy something much cheaper than the normal price

to run up a credit card bill: to owe money on a credit card

to shop around: to try different shops to find the best deal

shop assistant: the person who serves customers

to shop until you drop: to do a lot of shopping

to slash prices: to reduce prices a great deal

to snap up a bargain: to buy something quickly that is being sold cheaply

summer sales: a period in the year when things are sold cheaply

to try something on: to see if an item of clothing fits or is suitable

to be value for money: to be worth the cost

window shopping: to visit a store to look at items without the intention of buying anything

air quality: the cleanliness of the air we breathe

to become extinct: to no longer exist

to be under threat:to be in danger of becoming extinct

climate change: the change in worldwide weather patterns

to die out: see ‘to become extinct’

endangered species: categories of animals or plants that are in danger of becoming extinct

energy conservation: the careful management of energy resources to ensure they last as long as possible

environmentally friendly: behaviour and products that do not harm the environment

exhaust fumes: the toxic gases given off by vehicles powered by petrol

flash floods: floods that happen quickly

fossil fuels: energy resources like gas and oil that are produced deep below the ground over millions of years

future generations: the people who live after us

to get back to nature: to live a life that is closer to nature

global warming: the increasing temperature of the world brought about by gases such as carbon dioxide

heavy industry: the manufacture of heavy articles and materials in large numbers

humanitarian aid: the act of showing support to people struggling to survive

impact on: the effect on

loss of habitat: the decline in areas of land where animals and plants would normally exist

man-made disaster: widespread damage or loss of life brought about by the action of humans

natural disaster: an event such as an earthquake, flood or hurricane which causes widespread damage or loss of life

natural environment:the place where animals and plants would normally be found in nature

the natural world: the world of nature

oil spill: waste usually deposited in the seas and oceans after an accident at sea

poaching: to hunt and kill wild animals illegally

pollution levels: the amount of toxic waste

pressure group: a group of people who try to raise awareness of issues and try to affect the views and actions of people and organisations

toxic waste: poisonous, unwanted rubbish often produced by industrial processes

wildlife conservation: to protect animals and plants and their habitats

advertising agency: a company that creates adverts for other companies

advertising budget: the amount of money a company decides to spend on advertising

brand awareness: how well people know a particular brand

brand loyalty: the degree to which people continue to buy from the same brand or company

buy and sell: often used to refer to the buying and selling of items between individuals

call to action: something that encourages someone to take a particular action, such as making a purchase or clicking a link on a website

celebrity endorsement:to have a well-known person promote a product

classified ads: small advertisements often put in a newspaper or magazine by individuals

to cold call: to call someone with the aim of selling something without them asking you to do so

commercial break: the short period during TV programmes when advertisements are shown

commercial channel: TV channels that make money from showing advertisements

to go viral: to quickly become extremely popular on the Internet through social media

junk mail: unwanted promotional leaflets and letters

to launch a product: to introduce a new product

mailing list: a list of names and contact details used by a company to send information and advertisements

mass media: large media outlets like TV, newspapers and magazines

niche product: a product that is aimed at a distinct group of people

to place an advert:to put an advert somewhere

press release:something written by a company for newspapers and magazines and websites to share and publish

prime time: the time during the viewing schedule when most people watch TV or listen to a broadcast

product placement: to advertise a product by using it as a prop in a TV show or film

sales page:a page specifically used to promote a product or service

to show adverts: to display adverts on TV

social media: websites that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking.

spam email: unwanted, promotional email

target audience:the people a company want to sell their product or service to

word of mouth:recommendations made by individuals to other individuals about a product of service

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