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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.

impressive If something is impressive, it means it is grand or spectacular.
incentive An incentive motivates you to do something.
incidence Incidence is the frequency with which something occurs.
inclination If you have an inclination towards something, it means you favour it over other things.
income Your income is the money you make.
incompatible If two things are incompatible, it means they do not work well together.
incorporated If something has been incorporated, it means it has been combined into something else.
independent If you are independent, it means you are free from external control and constraint.
index An index is an alphabetical listing of names and topics along with the page numbers on which they are discussed.
indicate If you indicate something, it means you signal it is there.
individual If something is individual, it means it is separate and distinct from others of the same kind.
induced If something is induced, it means it is brought about.
industrious If someone is industrious, it means they are hardworking.
inevitably If something happens inevitably, it means it happened in the only way it ever could have occurred.
inferred If something is inferred, it means it is deduced or reasoned using logic.
infrastructure Infrastructure is the basic structure or features of a system or organisation.
inherent If something is inherent, it means it is permanent, essential, or characteristic.
inhibit If you inhibit something, it means you limit or stop it.
inhibition An inhibition is a feeling that makes you self conscious and stops you feeling relaxed.

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impressive
incentive
incidence
inclination
income
incompatible
incorporated
independent
index
indicate
individual
induced
industrious
inevitably
inferred
infrastructure
inherent
inhibit
inhibition

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