English Vocabulary Exercises

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We have a large collection of English vocabulary exercises, with new ones being added regularly. When learning vocabulary, it is especially helpful if there it is focussed on a theme or topic.

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To get started, just select a level from below. 

Vocabulary Exercises for Basic English Learners

Pre-A1 Beginner Level

Here are vocabulary exercises for students at a beginner level of English or A1 on the CEFR scale.

A2 Pre-Intermediate Level (Flyers)

In this section the vocabulary exercises are for students at a pre-intermediate level of English or A2 on the CEFR scale.

Vocabulary Exercises for Independent English Learners

B2 Upper Intermediate Level

In this section the vocabulary exercises are for students at an upper-intermediate level of English or B2 on the CEFR scale.

Check out our puzzles, activities and games available:

First of all, why not try our memory card games to help you build up your vocabulary to dizzy heights.

Furthermore, our crossword puzzles help you to spell linked words correctly to be able to complete the task.

In addition, our word puzzles are especially helpful as you try to retain new words in a different language.

Finally, our word search puzzles provide an excellent way to help to reinforce spellings in your mind.

Here are more activities available:

In addition, learning English requires not just a good vocabulary, but a strong foundation of English grammar to communicate effectively and our grammar exercises provide the practice for this purpose.

Most importantly, once you are at a good level of English, you should combine your knowledge of vocabulary and grammar to understand and produce well-written pieces of text. We provide model text types for you to read and practice.