A vocabulary is a set of words.  Your vocabulary is made up of all the words that you know.  Be sure to learn new words in your language as well as English.

Words are free.  Words are power.  Some of the most powerful words in the world:  "We the People..." from the United States Constitution.

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  • zen

    noun: An activity, approach, state of mind, etc., emphasizing intuition and insights, instead of fixation on goals. adjective: Calm, peaceful, unruffled.

  • butterfingered

    adjective: Clumsy or careless, especially frequently dropping things.

  • canary

    noun: 1. A small finch, native to the Canary Islands, having greenish to yellow color, and known for its melodious song. 2. A bright yellow color. 3. A singer. 4. An informer.

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basic vocabulary

There are words that are used the most often in English: the most common words.  These should be part of the first words that you work to learn in English.  Officially "Basic English " is a simple specific set of rules and  850 word vocabulary .  Cli...

VOA Special Word Book

Voice of America: Learning English Special Word List.  There are 1510 words.  These can be considered as an extensive base list of words to build a working knowledge of English.  Click here to download the PDF Book  of this list from VOA (135 pgs). Sour...

regular verbs List

Regular Verbs are those verbs that add "-ed" in the past tense. 600 Regular Verbs: from EnglishClub.com accept add admire admit advise afford agree alert allow amuse analyse announce ...

Irregular Verb List

Irregular Verbs List This is a list of some irregular verbs in English. Of course, there are many others, but these are the more common irregular verbs. Taken from English Club V1 Base Form V2 Past Simple V3 Past Participle awake...

Word Play

Idiom of the Day collect dust To be in a state of disuse for a prolonged period of time. Watch the video code of silence The practice of not disclosing important or vital information by members of a group, as due to the threat of violence, reprisal,...