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Tier 2 words are less common than high frequency (Tier 1) words. They are often integral to the comprehension of exam questions or core subject knowledge.

identical If two things are identical, it means they are exactly alike.
identify If you identify someone, it means you establish who they are.
ideology Ideology is an orientation that characterises the thinking of a group or nation.
ignorance Ignorance is the lack of knowledge or education.
ignored If something is ignored, it means it is disregarded.
illuminate If you illuminate something, it means you make it lighter or brighter.
illustrate If you illustrate something, it means you add artwork to it.
image An image is a visual representation of something produced on a surface.
immense If something is immense, it means it is unusually great in size, quality, or amount.
immigration Immigration is the process of moving to and settling in a place you were not born in.
impact The impact of something is its consequence.
implement If you implement something, it means you apply it in a manner consistent with its purpose or design.
implementation Implementation is the act of accomplishing some aim or executing some order.
implicate If you implicate someone, it means you connect them to something in an incriminating way.
implication An implication is something that is understood without being explicitly stated.
implicit If something is implicit, it means it has been implied but not directly expressed.
imply If you imply something, it means you suggest it without directly expressing it.
impose If you impose something on someone, it means you force it upon them.

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