After you practice these words with the “flashcards”, Press Choose a Study Mode to test yourself.
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This comes from Easy Pace Learning, where there is more information like this.
Here’s a much longer list of Halloween words – with definitions.
There is a website called testyourvocab.com that helps give you an estimate of how many English words you know. This is not exact, and mostly for fun. But if you try it now, and then try it again after you have practiced a lot of English, you should see that your vocabulary has improved.
Suggestions for taking the test:
- This is easier to use on a tablet or computer (rather than your phone)
- Don’t check a word unless you really know it well. If you just think it sounds familiar, don’t check it.
- At the end, it will give you the number of words calculated for your vocabulary. Save this number, and then compare it with the number you get when you take the test again.
Try to learn a new English word every day, and you’ll be pleased with how your vocabulary grows!
The website eslyes has a page with 365 very short stories. Each one takes only a few minutes to read. You can also listen to each story (in normal or slower speed). After you read and listen to the story, there are several exercises you can try.
- To listen in slow speed you need to press the speaker button to the right of the title.
- The number after each title in the list is the reading difficulty. A higher number means it’s more difficult to read
- Exercises include
- Yes/No questions about the story
- Crossword puzzle
- Dictation of some sentences in the story
- Fill in the blank (Cloze)