Category Synonyms, Category Antonyms Relevance Relevance ranks synonyms and suggests the best matches based on how closely a synonym’s sense matches the sense you selected. Complexity Complexity sorts synonyms based on their difficulty. Adjust it higher to choose from words that are more complex. SAT Word Lists : Vocabulary Word lists for the SAT Each of the 10 word lists contains 100 important words. Make a commitment to learn one list a week. Go through each list and test yourself (or, better still, get a friend to test you) one week later to reinforce your learning. Remember - work on vocabulary is never a waste of time. It pays dividends in terms of your final SAT score, but more importantly, it makes you a more educated person.
Present perfect: simple and continuous We use the present perfect simple (have/has + past participle) or present perfect continuous (have/has + been + -ing) to talk about a state or an activity that has a link to the present. Oh, the present perfect! It’s quite tricky! Well, no, it’s quite logical, but it does have different uses. We often use present perfect for talking about something which happened in the past which is important now. My Chinese teacher has given me some homework. (= I have the homework to do now.)I’ve forgotten. (= I can’t remember now.)She’s broken her leg. (= Her leg is still broken now.) ESL Vocabulary Lists Learning English as a second or foreign language (ESL / EFL) takes time, and building your vocabulary is an important key to improving your communication skills. Thus, students need to learn how to understand and use vocabulary in everyday situations. Each of the pages below is designed to build communication skills, with a Listening and Discussion activity. As you learn the vocabulary, try to use it in other situations. Use the worksheet below to keep record of your progress.
British Monarchs House of WessexEgbertÆthelwulfÆthelbaldÆthelbertÆthelredAlfred, the GreatEdward, the ElderÆthelstanEdmund, MagnificentEadredEadwig (Edwy), All-FairEdgar, the PeaceableEdward, the MartyrÆthelred, the UnreadyEdmund, Ironside Danish LineSvein, ForkbeardCanute, the GreatHarald, HarefootHardicanute House of Wessex, RestoredEdward, the Confessor Harold II Norman LineWilliam I, the ConquerorWilliam II, RufusHenry I, BeauclercStephenEmpress Matilda Plantagenet, Angevin LineHenry II, CurtmantleRichard I the LionheartJohn, LacklandHenry IIIEdward I, LongshanksEdward IIEdward IIIRichard II
Transition Words & Phrases As a "part of speech" transition words are used to link words, phrases or sentences. They help the reader to progress from one idea (expressed by the author) to the next idea. Thus, they help to build up coherent relationships within the text. Transitional Words This structured list of commonly used English transition words — approximately 200, can be considered as quasi complete. It can be used (by students and teachers alike) to find the right expression.
AAC Core Vocabulary Communication System In order to understand how Minspeak allows for independent communication, it is important to understand what is meant by core vocabulary and how everyone uses it, no matter their age or activity. What is Core Vocabulary? Core vocabulary is a small set of simple words, in any language, that are used frequently and across contexts (Cross, Baker, Klotz & Badman, 1997). Kitchen tools and equipment ( Học từ=hình ảnh ) It is very popular to teach vocabulary in lexical sets. It is easier to explain the meaning and you can present quite a few items at one time. Moreover, the presentation can look good and induce the students to study the words. ADVERT:
TRAVEL ENGLISH: English for tourists, English for travel, travel-related phrases Welcome to our Travel English section! If you're planning a trip, and would like to learn/practice common English phrases used by travelers, we offer 60 free exercises that will help you do this. This is much more than a simple English phrase book - It's a collection of interactive exercises designed to assist you in a wide variety of possible travel-related situations.