Having a good vocabulary will help you to improve your language level and become a more confident speaker of English. Choose your level, beginner or intermediate, and start learning new words today to improve and practise your English vocabulary.

Decide which area of vocabulary you need help with today and choose a topic to work on. You can listen to the words in the first exercise to practise your pronunciation. When you do the online interactive exercises, you can see how well you've done.

Practising little and often is the best way to improve your vocabulary, so come back tomorrow to choose another topic to work on. Good luck!

Are you a beginner (CEFR A1) or elementary (CEFR A2) learner of English? Learn new words and practise your vocabulary. In this section you can listen to the pronunciation of the words and then do the exercises. There are worksheets too for...

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Vocabulary games – Everyday objects
23

Learn words for everyday objects by doing these exercises.

Beginner: A1
Vocabulary exercises – Holidays
4

Vocabulary exercises to help learn words for talking about holidays.

Elementary: A2

Are you an intermediate (CEFR B1) or upper intermediate (CEFR B2) learner of English? Learn new words and practise your vocabulary. In this section you can listen to the pronunciation of the words and then do the exercises. There are worksheets...

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Vocabulary Games – Cars
210

Do these exercises to learn words related to cars.

Intermediate: B1
Vocabulary exercises – Other animals
5

Do these vocabulary exercises and learn the names of some birds, insects and other animals.

Intermediate: B1
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