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THE MOST IMPORTANT WORDS

A
a (indefinite article) abandon (verb) abbreviation ability (noun) able (adjective) about (adverb) about (preposition) above (adverb) above (preposition) abroad (adverb) absence (noun) absent (adjective) absolute (adjective) abstract (adjective) abuse (verb) abuse (noun) academic (adjective) accept (verb) acceptable (adjective) access (noun) access (verb) accident (noun) accompany (verb) according to (preposition) account (noun) account (verb) accurate (adjective) accuse (verb) ache (verb) ache (noun) achieve (verb) acquire (verb) across (preposition) across (adverb) act (noun) act (verb) action (noun) active (adjective) activity (noun) actor (noun) actual (adjective) actually (adverb) adapt (verb) add (verb) addition (noun) additional (adjective) address (verb) address (noun) adequate (adjective) adjust (verb) administration (noun) admire (verb) admission (noun) admit (verb) adopt (verb) adult (noun) adult (adjective) advance (verb) advance (noun) advantage (noun) adventure (noun) advertise (verb) advertisement (noun) advice (noun) advise (verb) affair (noun)

affect (verb) affection (noun) afford (verb) afraid (adjective) after (adverb) after (preposition) after (conjunction) afternoon (noun) again (adverb) against (preposition) age (noun) age (verb) agency (noun) agent (noun) ago (adverb) agree (verb) agreement (noun) agriculture (noun) ahead (adverb) aid (verb) aid (noun) aim (verb) aim (noun) air (noun) airplane (noun) airport (noun) alarm (noun) alarm (verb) alert (adjective) alert (noun) alert (verb) alive (adjective) all right (adverb) all right (adjective) all (adjective) all (adverb) all (pronoun) allow (verb) allowance (noun) almost (adverb) alone (adjective) alone (adverb) along (preposition)

along (adverb) alphabet (noun) already (adverb) also (adverb) alter (verb) alternative (adjective) alternative (noun) although (conjunction) altogether (adverb) always (adverb) amaze (verb) ambition (noun) ambitious (adjective) among (preposition) amount (noun) amount (verb) an (indefinite article) analysis (noun) analyze (verb) and (conjunction) anger (noun) anger (verb) angle (noun) angry (adjective) animal (noun) ankle (noun) announce (verb) annoy (verb) annual (adjective) another (adjective) another (pronoun) answer (noun) answer (verb) anxiety (noun) anxious (adjective) any (adjective) any (pronoun) any (adverb) anybody (pronoun) anyone (pronoun) anything (pronoun) anyway (adverb) anywhere (adverb)

apart (adverb) apartment (noun) apologize (verb) apology (noun) apparent (adjective) apparently (adverb) appeal (noun) appeal (verb) appear (verb) appearance (noun) apple (noun) application (noun) apply (verb) appoint (verb) appreciate (verb) approach (verb) approach (noun) appropriate (adjective) approval (noun) approve (verb) approximate (adjective) approximate (verb) April (noun) apt (adjective) arch (noun) arch (verb) area (noun) argue (verb) argument (noun) arm (noun) arm (noun) arm (verb) army (noun) around (adverb) around (preposition) arrange (verb) arrangement (noun) arrest (verb) arrest (noun) arrive (verb) arrow (noun) art (noun) article (noun)

artificial (adjective) artist (noun) as (adverb) as (conjunction) as (preposition) ashamed (adjective) aside (adverb) ask (verb) asleep (adjective) assist (verb) assistant (noun) associate (verb) assume (verb) assure (verb) at (preposition) athlete (noun) attach (verb) attack (verb) attack (noun) attempt (verb) attempt (noun) attend (verb) attention (noun) attitude (noun) attract (verb) attractive (adjective) audience (noun) August (noun) aunt (noun) author (noun) authority (noun) automatic (adjective) automobile (noun) autumn (noun) available (adjective) avenue (noun) average (noun) average (adjective) avoid (verb) awake (verb) awake (adjective) award (verb) award (noun)

aware (adjective) away (adverb)

away (adjective) awful (adjective)

B
baby (noun) back (noun) back (adverb) back (adjective) back (verb) backward (adverb) backward (adjective) bacterium (noun) bad (adjective) badly (adverb) bag (noun) baggage (noun) bake (verb) balance (noun) balance (verb) ball (noun) band (noun) bang (verb) bank (noun) bar (noun) bare (adjective) bark (verb) bark (noun) barn (noun) barrier (noun) base (noun) base (verb) baseball (noun) basic (adjective) basically (adverb) basis (noun) basket (noun) bath (noun) bathe (verb) bathroom (noun) battery (noun) battle (noun) be (verb) beach (noun) beak (noun) bean (noun) bear (verb) beard (noun) beat (verb) beat (noun) beautiful (adjective) beauty (noun) because (conjunction) become (verb) bed (noun) beef (noun) before (adverb) before (preposition) before (conjunction) beg (verb) begin (verb) beginning (noun) behalf (noun) behave (verb) behavior (noun) behind (adverb) behind (preposition) belief (noun) believe (verb) bell (noun) belong (verb) below (adverb) below (preposition) belt (noun) bend (verb) bend (noun) beneath (adverb) beneath (preposition) beside (preposition) besides (preposition) besides (adverb)

best (adjective) best (adverb) best (noun) bet (noun) bet (verb) better (adjective) better (adverb) between (preposition) beyond (adverb) beyond (preposition) bible (noun) bicycle (noun) bid (verb) bid (noun) big (adjective) bill (noun) bill (verb) bind (verb) biology (noun) bird (noun) birth (noun) bit (noun) bite (verb) bite (noun) bitter (adjective) black (adjective) black (noun) blade (noun) blame (verb) blame (noun) blank (adjective) blank (noun) blanket (noun) bleed (verb) blend (verb) blind (adjective) blind (verb) block (noun) block (verb) blond (adjective) blond (noun) blood (noun) blow (verb)

blow (noun) blue (adjective) blue (noun) board (noun) board (verb) boast (verb) boat (noun) body (noun) boil (verb) bold (adjective) bomb (noun) bomb (verb) bond (noun) bond (verb) bone (noun) book (noun) boot (noun) border (noun) border (verb) bore (verb) born (adjective) borrow (verb) boss (noun) boss (verb) both (adjective pronoun - conjunction) bother (verb noun) bottle (noun) bottom (noun - adjective) bounce (verb) bound (adjective) boundary (noun) bow (verb - noun) bowl (noun) box (noun) boy (noun) brace (verb - noun) brain (noun) branch (noun) brand (noun) brave (adjective) bread (noun) break (verb - noun) breakfast (noun)

breast (noun) breath (noun) breathe (verb) breed (verb - noun) bride (noun) bridge (noun - verb) brief (adjective) bright (adjective) brilliant (adjective) bring (verb) British (adjective) broad (adjective) broadcast (verb - noun) brother (noun) brow (noun) brown (adjective - noun) brush (noun - verb) bubble (noun) budget (noun) build (verb)

building (noun) bullet (noun) bump (verb - noun) bunch (noun) bundle (noun) burden (noun) burn (verb) burst (verb) bury (verb) bus (noun) bush (noun) business (noun) busy (adjective) but (conjunction) butter (noun) button (noun) buy (verb) buyer (noun) by (preposition - adverb)

C
cage (noun) cake (noun) calculate (verb) calculation (noun) calendar (noun) call (verb - noun) calm (adjective) camera (noun) camp (noun - camp) campaign (noun) can (verb - noun) cancel (verb) cancer (noun) candidate (noun) candy (noun) cap (noun) capable (adjective) capacity (noun adjective noun) captain (noun) capture (verb) car (noun) card (noun) care (noun verb) career (noun) careful (adjective) careless (adjective) carpet (noun) carrot (noun) carry (verb) case (noun) cash (noun) cast (verb) castle (noun) cat (noun) catalog (noun) catch (verb noun) category (noun) cattle (noun) cause (noun verb) cave (noun)

cease (verb) ceiling (noun) celebrate (verb) celebration (noun) cell (noun) cent (noun) center (noun verb) central (adjective) century (noun) ceremony (noun) certain (adjective pronoun) certainly (adverb) chain (noun verb) chair (noun) challenge (noun - verb) chamber (noun) chance (noun) change (noun - verb) channel (noun) chapter (noun) character (noun) characteristic (noun - adjective) charge (noun - verb) charity (noun) charm (noun verb) chart (noun verb) chase (noun verb) chat (noun - verb) cheap (adjective adverb) cheat (verb) check (verb noun) cheek (noun) cheerful (adjective) cheese (noun) chemical (adjective noun) chemistry (noun) chest (noun) chew (verb) chicken (noun) chief (adjective - noun) child (noun) childhood (noun) chin (noun)

chip (noun) chocolate (noun) choice (noun) choke (verb) choose (verb) chop (verb) Christmas (noun) church (noun) circle (noun) circumstance (noun) citizen (noun) city (noun) civil (adjective) claim (verb noun) clap (verb noun) class (noun) classic (adjective noun) classify (verb) clause (noun) clay (noun) clean (adjective - verb) clear (adjective verb) clerk (noun) clever (adjective) click (verb - noun) cliff (noun) climate (noun) climb (verb) clock (noun) close (verb adjective adverb) closet (noun) cloth (noun) clothes (noun) clothing (noun) cloud (noun verb) club (noun) coach (noun verb) coal (noun) coast (noun verb) coat (noun, verb) code (noun) coffee (noun) coin (noun)

cold (adjective noun) collapse (verb noun) collar (noun) collect (verb) collection (noun) college (noun) color (noun verb) column (noun) comb (noun verb) combination (noun) combine (verb) come (verb) comedy (noun) comfort (noun verb) comfortable (adjective) command (verb noun) comment (noun verb) commercial (adjective) commission (noun) commit (verb) committee (noun) common (adjective) communicate (verb) communication (noun) community (noun) company (noun) compare (verb) comparison (noun) compete (verb) competition (noun) complain (verb noun) complete (adjective verb) completion (noun) complex (adjective) complicate (verb) complicated (adjective) component (noun) compose (verb) composition (noun) compound (noun) comprehensive (adjective) computer (noun) concentrate (verb)

concentration (noun) concept (noun) concern (noun, verb) concert (noun) conclude (verb) conclusion (noun) concrete (noun adjective) condition (noun) conduct (verb noun) conference (noun) confident (adjective) confine (verb) confirm (verb) conflict (noun verb) confuse (verb) confusion (noun) congress (noun) conjunction (noun) connect (verb) connection (noun) conscience (noun) conscious (adjective) consent (verb noun) conservative (adjective noun) consider (verb) considerable (adjective) consideration (noun) consist (verb) consistent (adjective) constant (adjective) constitution (noun) construct (verb) construction (noun) consult (verb) consumer (noun) contact (noun verb) contain (verb) container (noun) contemporary (adjective) content (noun) contest (noun) context (noun) continent (noun)

continue (verb) continuous (adjective) contract (noun ) contrast (verb noun) contribute (verb) contribution (noun) control (verb noun) convenient (adjective) conversation (noun) convert (verb) convince (verb) cook (noun verb) cookie (noun) cool (adjective) cooperate (verb) cooperation (noun) cope (verb) copy (noun verb) core (noun adjective) corn (noun) corner (noun) corporate (adjective) corporation (noun) correct (verb - adjective) correspond (verb) cost (noun verb) cottage (noun) cotton (noun) cough (verb noun) could (verb) council (noun) count (verb noun) country (noun) couple (noun) courage (noun) course (noun) court (noun) cousin (noun) cover (verb noun)

cow (noun) crack (verb noun) craft (noun) crash (verb noun) crazy (adjective) cream (noun) create (verb) creature (noun) credit (verb noun) crime (noun) criminal (adjective noun) crisis (noun) crisp (adjective) criterion (noun) critic (noun) critical (adjective) criticism (noun) criticize (verb) crop (noun) cross (noun verb) crowd (verb noun) crown (noun) crucial (adjective) cruel (adjective) crush (verb) cry (verb noun) cultural (adjective) culture (noun) cup (noun) cure (noun verb) curious (adjective) curl (noun - verb) current (adjective) curtain (noun) curve (noun verb) custom (noun) customer (noun) cut (noun - verb) cycle (noun)

D
dad (noun) daily (adjective)

dam (noun) damage (noun) damage (verb) damp (adjective) dance (verb) dance (noun) danger (noun) dangerous (adjective) dare (verb) dare (noun) dark (adjective) dark (noun) data (noun) date (noun) date (verb) daughter (noun) day (noun) dead (adjective) deaf (adjective) deal (verb) deal (noun) deal (noun) dear (adjective) death (noun) debate (noun) debate (verb) debt (noun) decade (noun) decay (verb) decay (noun) decide (verb) decision (noun) declare (verb) decline (verb) decline (noun) decorate (verb) decoration (noun) decorative (adjective) decrease (verb) decrease (noun) deep (adjective) deep (adverb)

defeat (verb) defeat (noun) defend (verb) defendant (noun) defense (noun) define (verb) definite (adjective) definition (noun) degree (noun) delay (noun) delay (verb) deliberate (adjective) delicate (adjective) delicious (adjective) delight (noun) delight (verb) deliver (verb) demand (noun) demand (verb) democracy (noun) demonstrate (verb) dentist (noun) deny (verb) department (noun) depend (verb) deposit (verb) deposit (noun) depress (verb) depth (noun) derive (verb) describe (verb) description (noun) desert (noun verb) deserve (verb) design (verb) design (noun) desire (verb) desire (noun) desk (noun) desperate (adjective) despite (preposition) destroy (verb) destruction (noun)

detail (noun) determine (verb) develop (verb) development (noun) device (noun) devote (verb) diamond (noun) diary (noun) dictionary (noun) die (verb) diet (noun) difference (noun) different (adjective) difficult (adjective) difficulty (noun) dig (verb) dimension (noun) dinner (noun) dip (verb) dip (noun) direct (verb) direct (adjective) direction (noun) director (noun) dirt (noun) dirty (adjective) disagree (verb) disagreement (noun) disappear (verb) disappoint (verb) disappointment (noun) disapproval (noun) disapprove (verb) disaster (noun) disc (noun) discipline (noun) discover (verb) discovery (noun) discuss (verb) discussion (noun) disease (noun) disgust (noun) disgust (verb)

dish (noun) dishonest (adjective) dislike (verb) dislike (noun) dismiss (verb) display (verb) display (noun) dispute (noun) dispute (verb) disrespect (noun) dissolve (verb) distance (noun) distant (adjective) distinct (adjective) distinguish (verb) distribute (verb) distribution (noun) district (noun) distrust (verb) distrust (noun) disturb (verb) dive (verb) dive (noun) divide (verb) divide (noun) division (noun) divorce (noun) divorce (verb) do (verb) do (verb) doctor (noun) document (noun) dog (noun) doll (noun) dollar (noun) domestic (adjective) dominant (adjective) dominate (verb) door (noun) dot (noun) double (adjective) double (verb) double (noun)

double (adverb) doubt (verb) doubt (noun) down (adverb) down (adjective) down (preposition) dozen (noun) draft (noun) drag (verb) drama (noun) dramatic (adjective) draw (verb) drawing (noun) dream (noun) dream (verb) dress (verb) dress (noun) drink (verb) drink (noun)

drive (verb noun) driver (noun) drop (noun) drop (verb) drown (verb) drug (noun) drum (noun) drunk (adjective) dry (adjective verb) duck (noun) due (adjective) dull (adjective) dull (verb) dump (verb) dump (noun) during (preposition) dust (noun) dust (verb) duty (noun)

E
each (adjective) each (pronoun) eager (adjective) ear (noun) early (adverb) early (adjective) earn (verb) earth (noun) ease (noun) ease (verb) east (noun) east (adjective) east (adverb) easy (adjective) easy (adverb) eat (verb) economic (adjective) economy (noun) edge (noun) edition (noun) educate (verb) education (noun) effect (noun) effective (adjective) efficient (adjective) effort (noun) egg (noun) either (adjective) either (pronoun) either (conjunction) elastic (adjective) elbow (noun) elect (verb) election (noun) electric (adjective) electricity (noun) electronic (adjective) element (noun) else (adverb) else (adjective) elsewhere (adverb) e-mail (noun)

e-mail (verb) embarrass (verb) embarrassment (noun) emerge (verb) emergency (noun) emotion (noun) emotional (adjective) emphasis (noun) emphasize (verb) empire (noun) employ (verb) employee (noun) employer (noun) employment (noun) empty (adjective) empty (verb) enable (verb) encounter (verb) encounter (noun) encourage (verb) end (noun) end (verb) enemy (noun) energy (noun) engage (verb) engaged (adjective) engine (noun) engineer (noun) English (adjective) English (noun) enjoy (verb) enjoyment (noun) enormous (adjective) enough (adjective) enough (adverb) enough (pronoun) ensure (verb) enter (verb) entertain (verb) entertainment (noun) enthusiasm (noun) enthusiastic (adjective) entire (adjective)

entrance (noun) entry (noun) envelope (noun) environment (noun) envy (noun) envy (verb) equal (adjective) equal (noun) equal (verb) equipment (noun) equivalent (adjective) equivalent (noun) erase (verb) error (noun) escape (verb) escape (noun) especially (adverb) essential (adjective) establish (verb) estate (noun) estimate (noun) estimate (verb) ethnic (adjective) evaluate (verb) even (adjective) even (adverb) even (verb) evening (noun) event (noun) eventually (adverb) ever (adverb) every (adjective) everybody (pronoun) everyday (adjective) everyone (pronoun) everything (pronoun) everywhere (adverb) evidence (noun) evident (adjective) evil (adjective) evil (noun) exact (adjective) exactly (adverb)

exaggerate (verb) examination (noun) examine (verb) example (noun) exceed (verb) excellent (adjective) except (preposition) except (conjunction) exception (noun) excess (noun) excess (adjective) exchange (noun) exchange (verb) excite (verb) excitement (noun) exclude (verb) excuse (verb) excuse (noun) executive (noun) executive (adjective) exercise (noun) exercise (verb) exhibit (verb) exhibit (noun) exist (verb) existence (noun) exit (noun) expand (verb) expect (verb) expectation (noun) expense (noun) expensive (adjective)

experience (noun) experience (verb) experiment (noun) experiment (verb) expert (noun) expert (adjective) explain (verb) explanation (noun) explode (verb) explore (verb) explosion (noun) export (verb) export (noun) expose (verb) exposure (noun) express (verb) express (adjective) expression (noun) extend (verb) extension (noun) extensive (adjective) extent (noun) external (adjective) extra (adjective) extra (adverb) extra (noun) extraordinary (adjective) extreme (adjective) extreme (noun) eye (noun)

F
fabric (noun) face (noun) face (verb) fact (noun) factor (noun) factory (noun) fail (verb) failure (noun) faint (adjective) faint (verb) fair (adjective) fair (noun) faith (noun) fake (adjective) fake (noun) fake (verb)

fall (verb) fall (noun) false (adjective) fame (noun) familiar (adjective) family (noun) family (adjective) famous (adjective) fan (noun) fancy (adjective) far (adverb) far (adjective) farm (noun) farmer (noun) fashion (noun) fast (adjective) fast (adverb) fasten (verb) fat (adjective) fat (noun) fate (noun) father (noun) fault (noun) favor (noun) favor (verb) favorite (adjective) favorite (noun) fear (noun) fear (verb) feather (noun) feature (noun) feature (verb) federal (adjective) fee (noun) feed (verb) feel (verb) feel (noun) feeling (noun) fellow (noun) female (adjective) female (noun) fence (noun) festival (noun)

fever (noun) few (adjective) few (pronoun) fiber (noun) field (noun) fierce (adjective) fight (verb) fight (noun) figure (noun) figure (verb) fill (verb) film (noun) final (adjective) finally (adverb) finance (noun) finance (verb) financial (adjective) find (verb) fine (adjective) fine (adverb) finger (noun) finish (verb) fire (noun) fire (verb) firm (adjective) firm (noun) first (adjective) first (adverb) first (noun) first (pronoun) fish (noun) fish (verb) fit (adjective) fit (verb) fix (verb) flag (noun) flame (noun) flash (verb) flash (noun) flat (adjective) flavor (noun) flavor (verb) flesh (noun)

flexible (adjective) flight (noun) float (verb) flood (noun) flood (verb) floor (noun) flour (noun) flow (verb) flow (noun) flower (noun) flower (verb) fluid (adjective) fluid (noun) fly (verb) focus (noun) focus (verb) fog (noun) fold (verb) fold (noun) follow (verb) food (noun) fool (noun) fool (verb) foot (noun) for (preposition) force (noun) force (verb) foreign (adjective) forest (noun) forever (adverb) forever (noun) forget (verb) forgive (verb) fork (noun) form (noun) form (verb) formal (adjective) former (adjective) formula (noun)

fortune (noun) forward (adverb) forward (adjective) found (geographical name) foundation (noun) frame (noun) free (adjective) free (adverb) free (verb) freedom (noun) freeze (verb) frequent (adjective) fresh (adjective) friend (noun) friendly (adjective) frighten (verb) from (preposition) front (noun) front (adjective) fruit (noun) fry (verb) fuel (noun) full (adjective) fun (noun) fun (adjective) function (noun) function (verb) fund (noun) fund (verb) fundamental (adjective) funeral (noun) funny (adjective) fur (noun) furniture (noun) further (adverb) further (adjective) future (noun) future (adjective)

G
gain (noun verb) gallon (noun)

game (noun) gap (noun) garage (noun) garbage (noun) garden (noun) gas (noun) gate (noun) gather (verb) gay (adjective) gear (noun) gender (noun) gene (noun) general (adjective) generally (adverb) generate (verb) generation (noun) generous (adjective) gentle (adjective) gentleman (noun) genuine (adjective) geography (noun) get (verb) giant (adjective) giant (noun) gift (noun) girl (noun) give (verb) glad (adjective) glass (noun) global (adjective) glory (noun) glove (noun) glow (verb) glow (noun) glue (noun) glue (verb) go (verb) goal (noun) god (noun) gold (noun) golden (adjective) good (adjective) good (noun)

goodbye govern (verb) government (noun) governor (noun) grab (verb) graceful (adjective) grade (noun) gradual (adjective) graduate (verb) grain (noun) grammar (noun) grand (adjective) granddaughter (noun) grandfather (noun) grandmother (noun) grandson (noun) grant (verb) grant (noun) grass (noun) grateful (adjective) grave (noun) gravity (noun) gray (adjective) gray (noun) great (adjective) greed (noun) green (adjective) green (noun) greet (verb) grind (verb) grocery (noun) groom (noun) groove (noun) ground (noun) group (noun) grow (verb) guarantee (noun) guarantee (verb) guard (noun) guard (verb) guess (verb) guess (noun) guest (noun)

guide (noun) guide (verb) guilt (noun)

guilty (adjective) gun (noun) guy (noun)

H
habit (noun) hair (noun) half (noun) half (pronoun) half (adjective) half (adverb) hammer (noun) hand (noun) hand (verb) handle (noun) handle (verb) handsome (adjective) handwriting (noun) hang (verb) happen (verb) happy (adjective) harbor (noun) hard (adjective) hard (adverb) hardly (adverb) hardware (noun) harm (noun) harm (verb) harsh (adjective) harvest (noun) hat (noun) hatch (noun) hatch (verb) hate (noun) hate (verb) hatred (noun) have (verb) he (pronoun) head (noun) head (verb) heal (verb) health (noun) healthy (adjective) hear (verb) hearing (noun) heart (noun) heat (noun) heat (verb) heaven (noun) heavy (adjective) heel (noun) height (noun) hell (noun) hello (noun) help (verb) help (noun) helpful (adjective) hence (adverb) her (adjective) her (pronoun) here (adverb) hero (noun) hers (pronoun) herself (pronoun) hesitate (verb) hide (verb) high (adjective) high (adverb) highlight (noun verb) highway (noun) hill (noun) him (pronoun) himself (pronoun) hint (noun) hint (verb) hip (noun) hire (verb) hire (noun) his (adjective)

his (pronoun) historical (adjective) history (noun) hit (verb) hit (noun) hobby (noun) hold (verb) hold (noun) hole (noun) holiday (noun) hollow (adjective) holy (adjective) home (noun) home (adverb) homework (noun) honest (adjective) honesty (noun) honor (noun) honor (verb) hook (noun) hook (verb) hop (verb) hop (noun) hope (verb) hope (noun) hopeful (adjective) horizontal (adjective) horn (noun) horror (noun)

horse (noun) hose (noun) hospital (noun) host (noun) host (verb) hot (adjective) hotel (noun) hour (noun) house (noun) household (noun) how (adverb) how (conjunction) however (adverb) however (conjunction) hug (verb) huge (adjective) human (adjective) human (noun) humble (adjective) humor (noun) hunger (noun) hungry (adjective) hunt (verb) hurry (verb) hurry (noun) hurt (verb) hurt (adjective) husband (noun)

I
I (pronoun) ice (noun) idea (noun) ideal (adjective) ideal (noun) identical (adjective) identification (noun) identify (verb) identity (noun) if (conjunction) ignore (verb) ill (adjective) ill (adverb) illegal (adjective) illness (noun) illustrate (verb) image (noun) imaginary (adjective) imagination (noun) imagine (verb) imitate (verb) immediate (adjective)

immigrant (noun) immoral (adjective) impact (noun) impatient (adjective) import (verb) import (noun) importance (noun) important (adjective) impossible (adjective) impress (verb) impression (noun) impressive (adjective) improve (verb) improvement (noun) in (preposition) in (adverb) inch (noun) incident (noun) include (verb) income (noun) increase (verb) increase (noun) indeed (adverb) independence (noun) independent (adjective) index (noun) indicate (verb) individual (adjective) individual (noun) industrial (adjective) industry (noun) inevitable (adjective) infant (noun) infect (verb) infection (noun) influence (noun) influence (verb) inform (verb) informal (adjective) information (noun) ingredient (noun) initial (adjective) initial (noun)

initiative (noun) injure (verb) injury (noun) ink (noun) inner (adjective) innocent (adjective) insect (noun) insert (verb) inside (noun) inside (adjective) inside (preposition) inside (adverb) insist (verb) inspect (verb) install (verb) instance (noun) instant (noun) instant (adjective) instead (adverb) institute (noun) institution (noun) instruction (noun) instrument (noun) insult (verb) insult (noun) insurance (noun) intelligence (noun) intelligent (adjective) intend (verb) intense (adjective) intention (noun) interest (noun) interest (verb) interested (adjective) interesting (adjective) interior (adjective) interior (noun) interjection (noun) internal (adjective) international (adjective) internet (noun) interpret (verb) interrupt (verb)

interval (noun) interview (noun) interview (verb) into (preposition) introduce (verb) introduction (noun) invade (verb) invent (verb) invention (noun) invest (verb) investigate (verb) investment (noun) invitation (noun) invite (verb)

involve (verb) iron (noun) iron (adjective) irritate (verb) island (noun) isolated (adjective) issue (noun) issue (verb) it (pronoun) itch (verb) itch (noun) item (noun) its (adjective) itself (pronoun)

J
jacket (noun) jail (noun) jam (verb) jar (noun) jaw (noun) jealous (adjective) jelly (noun) jet (noun) jewel (noun) jewelry (noun) job (noun) join (verb) joint (noun) joint (adjective) joke (noun) joke (verb) journal (noun) journey (noun) joy (noun) judge (verb) judge (noun) judgment (noun) juice (noun) jump (verb) jump (noun) junior (adjective) junior (noun) jury (noun) just (adjective) just (adverb) justice (noun) justify (verb)

K
keen (adjective) keep (verb) key (noun) key (adjective) kick (verb) kick (noun) kid (noun) kill (verb) kind (noun) kind (adjective) king (noun) kingdom (noun)

kiss (verb) kiss (noun) kitchen (noun) knee (noun) kneel (verb) knife (noun)

knit (verb) knock (verb) knock (noun) knot (noun) know (verb) knowledge (noun)

L
label (noun) label (verb) labor (noun) labor (verb) laboratory (noun) lack (verb) lack (noun) ladder (noun) lady (noun) lake (noun) lamp (noun) land (noun) land (verb) lane (noun) language (noun) large (adjective) last (verb) last (adjective) last (adverb) last (pronoun) late (adjective) late (adverb) latter (adjective) laugh (verb) laugh (noun) launch (verb) launch (noun) law (noun) lawyer (noun) lay (verb) layer (noun) lazy (adjective) lead (verb) lead (noun) leader (noun) leaf (noun) league (noun) leak (verb) leak (noun) lean (verb) learn (verb) least (adjective) least (noun) least (adverb) leather (noun) leave (verb) lecture (noun) left (adjective) left (adverb) left (noun) leg (noun) legal (adjective) lemon (noun) lend (verb) length (noun) less (adjective adverb pronoun) lesson (noun) let (verb) letter (noun) level (noun) level (adjective) level (verb) liberal (adjective) liberal (noun) liberty (noun) library (noun)

license (noun) lid (noun) lie (verb noun) life (noun) lift (noun verb) light (noun) light (verb - adjective) like (verb conjunction preposition ) likely (adjective) limit (noun) limit (verb) line (verb noun) link (verb) link (noun) lip (noun) liquid (noun) liquid (adjective) list (noun) list (verb) listen (verb) literary (adjective) literature (noun) little (adjective) little (adverb) little (pronoun) live (verb) live (adjective) live (adverb) load (noun) load (verb) loaf (noun) loan (noun) loan (verb) local (adjective)

locate (verb) location (noun) lock (noun) lock (verb) logic (noun) logical (adjective) lonely (adjective) long (adjective) long (adverb) look (verb) look (noun) loose (adjective) lord (noun) lose (verb) loss (noun) lost (adjective) lot (noun) loud (adjective) love (noun) love (verb) lovely (adjective) low (adjective) low (adverb) lower (adjective) lower (verb) loyal (adjective) luck (noun) lucky (adjective) luggage (noun) lump (noun) lunch (noun) lung (noun)

M
machine (noun) mad (adjective) magazine (noun) magic (noun) magic (adjective) mail (noun) mail (verb) main (adjective) maintain (verb) major (adjective) majority (noun) make (verb) male (adjective) male (noun)

man (noun) manage (verb) management (noun) manager (noun) manner (noun) manufacture (verb) many (adjective) many (pronoun) map (noun) march (verb) march (noun) margin (noun) mark (noun) mark (verb) market (noun) marriage (noun) marry (verb) mass (noun) master (noun) match (noun) match (verb) mate (noun) material (noun) mathematics (noun) matter (noun) matter (verb) maximum (noun) maximum (adjective) may (verb) maybe (adverb) mayor (noun) me (pronoun) meal (noun) mean (verb) mean (adjective) meaning (noun) means (noun) meanwhile (adverb) measure (noun) measure (verb) measurement (noun) meat (noun) mechanical (adjective)

mechanism (noun) media (noun) medical (adjective) medicine (noun) medium (noun) medium (adjective) meet (verb) meeting (noun) melt (verb) member (noun) membership (noun) memory (noun) mental (adjective) mention (verb) menu (noun) mercy (noun) mere (adjective) merely (adverb) merry (adjective) mess (noun) message (noun) metal (noun) meter (noun) method (noun) middle (adjective) middle (noun) midnight (noun) might (verb) mild (adjective) mile (noun) military (adjective) military (noun) milk (noun) mill (noun) mind (noun) mind (verb) mine (pronoun) mine (noun) mineral (noun) minimum (noun) minimum (adjective) minister (noun) minor (adjective)

minority (noun) minute (noun) miracle (noun) mirror (noun) miss (verb) miss (noun) mission (noun) mistake (noun) mistake (verb) mix (verb) mix (noun) mixture (noun) mobile (adjective) mode (noun) model (noun) moderate (adjective) modern (adjective) modest (adjective) moment (noun) money (noun) monitor (noun) monitor (verb) month (noun) mood (noun) moon (noun) moral (adjective) more (adjective) more (adverb) more (pronoun) morning (noun) most (adjective) most (adverb) most (noun)

most (pronoun) mostly (adverb) mother (noun) motion (noun) motor (noun) mount (verb) mountain (noun) mouse (noun) mouth (noun) move (verb) move (noun) movement (noun) movie (noun) much (adjective) much (adverb) much (pronoun) mud (noun) multiply (verb) murder (noun) murder (verb) muscle (noun) museum (noun) music (noun) musical (adjective) musician (noun) must (verb) mutual (adjective) my (adjective) myself (pronoun) mysterious (adjective) mystery (noun)

N
nail (noun) nail (verb) naked (adjective) name (noun) name (verb) narrow (adjective) nation (noun) national (adjective) native (adjective) native (noun) natural (adjective) naturally (adverb) nature (noun) navy (noun) near (adverb) near (preposition)

near (adjective) nearby (adjective) nearly (adverb) neat (adjective) necessary (adjective) neck (noun) need (verb) need (noun) needle (noun) negative (adjective) neighbor (noun) neighborhood (noun) neither (adjective) neither (pronoun) neither (conjunction) nephew (noun) nerve (noun) nervous (adjective) nest (noun) net (noun) network (noun) neutral (adjective) never (adverb) nevertheless (adverb) new (adjective) newly (adverb) news (noun) newspaper (noun) next (adjective) next (adverb) next (pronoun) nice (adjective) niece (noun) night (noun)

no one (pronoun) no (adverb) no (adjective) nobody (pronoun) noise (noun) noisy (adjective) none (pronoun) noon (noun) nor (conjunction) normal (adjective) north (noun) north (adjective) north (adverb) northern (adjective) nose (noun) not (adverb) note (noun) note (verb) nothing (pronoun) notice (noun) notice (verb) noticeable (adjective) notion (noun) noun (noun) novel (noun) now (adverb) nowhere (adverb) nuclear (adjective) number (noun) numerous (adjective) nurse (noun) nut (noun)

O
obey (verb) object (noun) object (verb) objection (noun) objective (adjective) objective (noun) observation (noun) observe (verb) obtain (verb) obvious (adjective) occasion (noun) occupation (noun)

occupy (verb) occur (verb) ocean (noun) o'clock (adverb) October (noun) odd (adjective) odor (noun) of (preposition) off (adverb) off (preposition) offend (verb) offense (noun) offensive (adjective) offer (verb) offer (noun) office (noun) officer (noun) official (adjective) official (noun) often (adverb) oh (interjection) oil (noun) OK (adverb) OK (adjective) old (adjective) old-fashioned (adjective) on (preposition) on (adverb) on (adjective) once (adverb) once (noun) one (noun) one (pronoun) one (adjective) oneself (pronoun) only (adjective) only (adverb) onto (preposition) open (adjective) open (verb) open (noun) opening (noun) operate (verb)

operation (noun) opinion (noun) opponent (noun) opportunity (noun) oppose (verb) opposite (adjective) opposite (adverb) opposite (noun) opposite (preposition) opposition (noun) option (noun) or (conjunction) orange (noun) order (noun) order (verb) ordinary (adjective) organ (noun) organization (noun) organize (verb) origin (noun) original (adjective) original (noun) originally (adverb) other (adjective) other (pronoun) otherwise (adverb) ought (verb) ounce (noun) our (adjective) ours (pronoun) ourselves (pronoun) out (adverb) outcome (noun) outdoors (adverb) outdoors (noun) outer (adjective) outline (noun) outline (verb) output (noun) outside (noun) outside (adjective) outside (adverb) outside (preposition)

outstanding (adjective) outward (adjective) outward (adverb) oven (noun) over (adverb) over (preposition) overall (adverb) overall (adjective)

overcome (verb) overwhelm (verb) owe (verb) own (adjective) own (pronoun) own (verb) owner (noun) ownership (noun)

P
p.m. (abbreviation) pace (noun) pack (verb noun) package (noun) pad (noun) page (noun) pain (noun) paint (noun) paint (verb) painting (noun) pair (noun) pale (adjective) pan (noun) panel (noun) pants (noun) paper (noun) parade (noun) paragraph (noun) parallel (adjective) parent (noun) park (noun) park (verb) parliament (noun) part (noun) participate (verb) particle (noun) particular (adjective) partly (adverb) partner (noun) party (noun) pass (verb) passage (noun) passenger (noun) passion (noun) past (adjective) past (adverb) past (noun) past (preposition) paste (noun) pat (verb) patch (noun) path (noun) patience (noun) patient (adjective) patient (noun) pattern (noun) pause (noun) pause (verb) pay (verb) pay (noun) payment (noun) peace (noun) peaceful (adjective) peak (noun) peel (verb) peel (noun) pen (noun) pen (noun) penalty (noun) pencil (noun) penny (noun) people (noun) pepper (noun) per (preposition)

percent (noun) perfect (adjective) perform (verb) performance (noun) performer (noun) perfume (noun) perhaps (adverb) period (noun) permanent (adjective) permission (noun) permit (verb) person (noun) personal (adjective) personality (noun) personally (adverb) persuade (verb) pest (noun) pet (noun) petal (noun) phase (noun) philosophy (noun) phone (noun) phone (verb) photograph (noun) photograph (verb) photography (noun) phrase (noun) physical (adjective) physics (noun) piano (noun) pick (verb) picture (noun) piece (noun) pig (noun) pile (noun) pile (verb) pill (noun) pilot (noun) pin (noun) pin (verb) pink (noun) pink (adjective) pipe (noun)

pitch (noun) pitch (verb) pity (noun) place (noun) place (verb) plain (adjective) plan (noun) plan (verb) planet (noun) plant (noun) plant (verb) plastic (noun) plastic (adjective) plate (noun) platform (noun) play (verb) play (noun) player (noun) pleasant (adjective) please (adverb) please (verb) pleasure (noun) plenty (pronoun) plot (noun) plus (adjective) plus (noun) plus (preposition) pocket (noun) poem (noun) poetry (noun) point (noun) point (verb) poison (noun) poison (verb) poisonous (adjective) pole (noun) pole (noun) police (noun) policy (noun) polish (verb) polish (noun) polite (adjective) political (adjective)

politician (noun) politics (noun) pollution (noun) pond (noun) pool (noun) poor (adjective) pop (verb) popular (adjective) population (noun) port (noun) portion (noun) pose (verb) pose (noun) position (noun) positive (adjective) possess (verb) possession (noun) possibility (noun) possible (adjective) possibly (adverb) post (noun) post (verb) post (noun) post (noun) postage (noun) pot (noun) potato (noun) potential (adjective) potential (noun) pound (noun) pour (verb) poverty (noun) power (noun) powerful (adjective) practical (adjective) practice (verb) practice (noun) praise (verb) praise (noun) pray (verb) prayer (noun) precise (adjective) predict (verb)

prefer (verb) preference (noun) pregnant (adjective) prejudice (noun) prejudice (verb) premise (noun) preparation (noun) prepare (verb) preposition (noun) presence (noun) present (noun) present (verb) present (adjective) present (noun) preserve (verb) president (noun) press (noun) press (verb) pressure (noun) pretend (verb) pretty (adjective) pretty (adverb) prevent (verb) previous (adjective) price (noun) pride (noun) priest (noun) primary (adjective) prime minister (noun) prince (noun) princess (noun) principal (adjective) principle (noun) print (verb) print (noun) prior (adjective) prison (noun) prisoner (noun) private (adjective) privilege (noun) prize (noun) probable (adjective) probably (adverb)

problem (noun) procedure (noun) proceed (verb) process (noun) process (verb) produce (verb) product (noun) production (noun) profession (noun) professional (adjective) professional (noun) professor (noun) profit (noun) program (noun) progress (noun) progress (verb) project (noun) project (verb) promise (verb noun) promote (verb) pronoun (noun) pronounce (verb) proof (noun) proper (adjective) property (noun) proportion (noun) proposal (noun) propose (verb) prospect (noun) protect (verb)

protection (noun) protest (verb) protest (noun) proud (adjective) prove (verb) provide (verb) psychology (noun) public (noun adjective) publication (noun) publish (verb) pull (verb) pull (noun) pump (noun) pump (verb) punch (verb noun) punish (verb) pupil (noun) purchase (noun verb) pure (adjective) purple (noun) purple (adjective) purpose (noun) pursue (verb) push (verb) push (noun) put (verb) puzzle (verb noun)

Q
qualification (noun) qualify (verb) quality (noun) quantity (noun) quarter (noun) queen (noun) question (noun) question (verb) quick (adjective) quick (adverb) quiet (adjective) quit (verb) quite (adverb) quote (verb) quote (noun)

race (noun) race (verb) race (noun) racial (adjective) radical (adjective) radio (noun) rail (noun) railroad (noun) rain (noun) rain (verb) raise (verb) range (noun) rank (noun) rank (verb) rapid (adjective) rare (adjective) rate (noun) rate (verb) rather (adverb) ratio (noun) raw (adjective) reach (verb) react (verb) reaction (noun) read (verb) reader (noun) reading (noun) ready (adjective) real (adjective) realistic (adjective) reality (noun) realize (verb) really (adverb) rear (noun) rear (adjective) reason (noun) reasonable (adjective) reasonably (adverb) recall (verb) receive (verb) recent (adjective)

reception (noun) recognition (noun) recognize (verb) recommend (verb) record (noun) record (verb) recover (verb) red (adjective) red (noun) reduce (verb) reduction (noun) refer (verb) reference (noun) reflect (verb) reform (verb) reform (noun) refrigerator (noun) refuse (verb) regard (noun) regard (verb) region (noun) register (noun) register (verb) regret (verb) regret (noun) regular (adjective) regulation (noun) reject (verb) relate (verb) relation (noun) relationship (noun) relative (noun) relative (adjective) relax (verb) release () release (noun verb) relevant (adjective) relief (noun) relieve (verb) religion (noun) religious (adjective) rely (verb)

remain (verb) remark (noun) remarkable (adjective) remember (verb) remind (verb) remove (verb) rent (noun) rent (verb) repair (verb) repair (noun) repeat (verb) replace (verb) reply (verb) reply (noun) report (noun) report (verb) represent (verb) representative (adjective) representative (noun) reproduce (verb) republic (noun) reputation (noun) request (noun) request (verb) require (verb) requirement (noun) rescue (verb) rescue (noun) research (noun) reserve (verb) reserve (noun) resident (noun) resign (verb) resist (verb) resistance (noun) resolve (verb) resource (noun) respect (noun) respect (verb) respond (verb) response (noun) responsibility (noun)

responsible (adjective) rest (noun) rest (verb) restaurant (noun) restore (verb) restrict (verb) result (noun) result (verb) retain (verb) retire (verb) retirement (noun) return (verb) return (noun) reveal (verb) reverse (verb) reverse (noun) reverse (adjective) review (noun) review (verb) revise (verb) revision (noun) revolution (noun) reward (noun) reward (verb) rhyme (noun) rhyme (verb) rhythm (noun) rice (noun) rich (adjective) rid (verb) ride (verb) ride (noun) right (adverb adjective noun) ring (verb noun) riot (verb - noun) rise (verb) rise (noun) risk (noun) risk (verb) river (noun) road (noun) rob (verb) rock (verb)

rock (noun) role (noun) roll (verb) roll (noun) romantic (adjective) roof (noun) room (noun) root (noun) rope (noun) rough (adjective) roughly (adverb) round (adjective) round (adverb) round (noun) round (verb) round (preposition) route (noun) routine (noun)

routine (adjective) row (noun) row (verb) royal (adjective) rub (verb) rubber (noun) rude (adjective) rug (noun) ruin (verb) rule (noun) rule (verb) run (verb) run (noun) rush (verb) rush (noun)

S
sacrifice (noun) sacrifice (verb) sad (adjective) safe (adjective) safety (noun) sail (verb) sail (noun) sake (noun) salad (noun) salary (noun) sale (noun) salt (noun) same (adjective) same (pronoun) sample (noun) sand (noun) sandwich (noun) satisfaction (noun) satisfy (verb) sauce (noun) save (verb) say (verb) scale (noun) scare (verb) scare (noun) scene (noun) schedule (noun) schedule (verb) scheme (noun) school (noun) science (noun) scientific (adjective) scientist (noun) scissors (noun) score (noun) score (verb) scratch (verb) scratch (noun) scream (verb) scream (noun) screen (noun) screw (noun) screw (verb) sea (noun)

seal (verb) seal (noun) search (noun) search (verb) season (noun) seat (noun) second (adjective) second (adverb) second (noun) second (noun) secondary (adjective) secret (adjective) secret (noun) secretary (noun) section (noun) secure (adjective) security (noun) see (verb) seed (noun) seek (verb) seem (verb) seize (verb) select (verb) selection (noun) self (noun) selfish (adjective) sell (verb) senate (noun) send (verb) senior (adjective) senior (noun) sense (noun) sense (verb) sensible (adjective) sensitive (adjective) sentence (noun) separate (adjective) separate (verb) separation (noun) series (noun) serious (adjective) servant (noun) serve (verb)

service (noun) session (noun) set (verb) set (noun) settle (verb) several (adjective) severe (adjective) sew (verb) sexual (adjective) shade (noun) shadow (noun) shake (verb) shake (noun) shall (verb) shallow (adjective) shame (noun) shape (noun) shape (verb) share (verb) share (noun) sharp (adjective) shave (verb) she (pronoun) sheep (noun) sheet (noun) shelf (noun) shell (noun) shelter (noun) shelter (verb) shift (verb) shift (noun) shine (verb) shine (noun) ship (noun) ship (verb) shirt (noun) shock (noun) shock (verb) shoe (noun) shoot (verb) shop (noun) shop (verb) shore (noun)

short (adjective) shot (noun) should (verb) shoulder (noun) shout (verb) shout (noun) show (verb) show (noun) shower (noun) shut (verb) shy (adjective) sick (adjective) side (noun) sight (noun) sign (noun) sign (verb) signal (noun) signal (verb) signature (noun) significant (adjective) silence (noun) silent (adjective) silk (noun) silly (adjective) silver (noun) silver (adjective) similar (adjective) simple (adjective) sin (noun) since (preposition) since (conjunction) since (adverb) sincere (adjective) sing (verb) single (adjective) sink (verb) sir (noun) sister (noun) sit (verb) site (noun) situation (noun) size (noun) skill (noun)

skin (noun) skirt (noun) sky (noun) slap (verb) slap (noun) sleep (verb) sleep (noun) sleeve (noun) slice (noun) slice (verb) slide (verb) slight (adjective) slip (verb) slip (noun) slope (noun) slope (verb) slow (adjective) small (adjective) smart (adjective) smell (noun) smell (verb) smile (noun) smile (verb) smoke (noun) smoke (verb) smooth (adjective) smooth (verb) snake (noun) snappy (adjective) snow (noun) snow (verb) so (adverb) so (pronoun) so (conjunction) soap (noun) so-called (adjective) soccer (noun) social (adjective) society (noun) sock (noun) soft (adjective) software (noun)

soil (noun) soldier (noun) solid (adjective) solution (noun) solve (verb) some (adjective) some (pronoun) somebody (pronoun) somehow (adverb) someone (pronoun) something (pronoun) sometimes (adverb) somewhat (adverb) somewhere (adverb) son (noun) song (noun) soon (adverb) sore (adjective) sorry (adjective) sort (noun) sort (verb) soul (noun) sound (noun) sound (verb) soup (noun) sour (adjective) source (noun) south (noun) south (adjective) south (adverb) southern (adjective) space (noun) spare (adjective) spare (verb) spare (noun) speak (verb) speaker (noun) special (adjective) specific (adjective) specify (verb) speech (noun) speed (noun) spell (verb)

spend (verb) spice (noun) spicy (adjective) spill (verb) spin (verb) spirit (noun) spiritual (adjective) spite (noun) split (verb) split (noun) spoil (verb) spoon (noun) sport (noun) spot (noun) spray (noun) spray (verb) spread (verb) spring (noun) square (noun) square (adjective) squeeze (verb) stable (adjective) stable (noun) staff (noun) stage (noun) stair (noun) stamp (noun) stamp (verb) stand (verb) stand (noun) standard (noun) standard (adjective) star (noun) stare (verb) stare (noun) start (verb) start (noun) state (noun) state (verb) statement (noun) station (noun) statue (noun) status (noun)

stay (verb) steady (adjective) steal (verb) steam (noun) steel (noun) steep (adjective) steer (verb) stem (noun) step (noun) step (verb) stick (noun) stick (verb) sticky (adjective) stiff (adjective) still (adverb) still (adjective) sting (verb) sting (noun) stir (verb) stitch (noun) stitch (verb) stock (noun) stomach (noun) stone (noun) stop (verb) stop (noun) storage (noun) store (verb) store (noun) storm (noun) story (noun) stove (noun) straight (adjective) straight (adverb) strain (noun) strange (adjective) stranger (noun) strap (noun) strategy (noun) stream (noun) street (noun) strength (noun) strengthen (verb)

stress (noun) stress (verb) stretch (verb) strict (adjective) strike (verb) strike (noun) string (noun) strip (noun) stripe (noun) stroke (noun) stroke (verb) strong (adjective) structure (noun) struggle (verb) struggle (noun) stubborn (adjective) student (noun) study (noun) study (verb) stuff (noun) stupid (adjective) style (noun) subject (noun) submit (verb) substance (noun) substantial (adjective) substitute (noun) substitute (verb) succeed (verb) success (noun) successful (adjective) such (adjective) such (pronoun) such (adverb) suck (verb) sudden (adjective) suffer (verb) sufficient (adjective) sugar (noun) suggest (verb) suggestion (noun) suit (noun)

suit (verb) suitable (adjective) sum (noun) sum (verb) summary (noun) summer (noun) sun (noun) superior (adjective) supervise (verb) supper (noun) supply (noun) supply (verb) support (verb) support (noun) suppose (verb) sure (adjective) sure (adverb) surface (noun) surgery (noun) surprise (noun) surprise (verb) surrender (verb) surround (verb) survey (noun)

survey (verb) survive (verb) suspect (verb) suspicion (noun) suspicious (adjective) swallow (verb) swear (verb) sweat (verb) sweat (noun) sweep (verb) sweet (adjective) swim (verb) swing (verb) swing (noun) switch (noun) switch (verb) symbol (noun) sympathetic (adjective) sympathy (noun) symptom (noun) system (noun)

T
table (noun) tail (noun) take (verb) talent (noun) talk (verb) talk (noun) tall (adjective) tank (noun) tap (verb) tap (noun) tape (noun) target (noun) task (noun) taste (noun) taste (verb) tax (noun) tax (verb) tea (noun) teach (verb) teacher (noun) team (noun) tear (verb) tear (noun) technical (adjective) technique (noun) technology (noun) telephone (noun) television (noun) tell (verb) temper (noun) temperature (noun) temple (noun)

temporary (adjective) tempt (verb) tend (verb) tendency (noun) tense (adjective) tension (noun) tent (noun) term (noun) terrible (adjective) territory (noun) test (noun) test (verb) text (noun) texture (noun) than (conjunction) than (preposition) thank (verb) thanks (noun) that (pronoun) that (conjunction) that (adjective) that (pronoun) that (adverb) the (definite article) theater (noun) their (adjective) them (pronoun) theme (noun) themselves (pronoun) then (adverb) theory (noun) there (adverb) there (adjective) there (interjection) there (noun) therefore (adverb) these they (pronoun) thick (adjective) thief (noun) thin (adjective) thing (noun) think (verb)

thirsty (adjective) this (pronoun) this (adjective) this (adverb) thorough (adjective) though (conjunction) though (adverb) thought (noun) thread (noun) threat (noun) threaten (verb) throat (noun) through (preposition) through (adverb) throughout (preposition) throughout (adverb) throw (verb) throw (noun) thumb (noun) thus (adverb) ticket (noun) tide (noun) tie (verb) tie (noun) tight (adjective) tilt (verb) tilt (noun) time (noun) tin (noun) tiny (adjective) tip (verb) tip (noun) tire (verb) tire (noun) tired (adjective) title (noun) to (preposition) today (noun) today (adverb) toe (noun) together (adverb) toilet (noun) tomorrow (noun)

tomorrow (adverb) tone (noun) tongue (noun) tonight (noun) tonight (adverb) too (adverb) tool (noun) tooth (noun) top (noun) top (adjective) topic (noun) total (adjective) total (noun) touch (verb) touch (noun) tough (adjective) tour (noun) toward (preposition) towel (noun) tower (noun) town (noun) toy (noun) trace (verb) track (noun) trade (noun) trade (verb) tradition (noun) traditional (adjective) traffic (noun) trail (verb) trail (noun) train (noun) train (verb) transfer (verb) transfer (noun) transform (verb) translate (verb) translation (noun) transparent (adjective) transport (verb) transport (noun) transportation (noun)

trap (noun) trap (verb) trash (noun) travel (verb) travel (noun) treasure (noun) treat (verb) treatment (noun) tree (noun) trend (noun) trial (noun) triangle (noun) tribe (noun) trick (noun) trick (verb) trip (noun) trip (verb) troop (noun) tropical (adjective) trouble (noun) trousers (noun) truck (noun) true (adjective) trunk (noun) trust (noun) trust (verb) truth (noun) try (verb) tube (noun) tune (noun) tune (verb) tunnel (noun) turn (verb) turn (noun) twin (noun) twin (adjective) twist (verb) twist (noun) type (noun) type (verb) typical (adjective)

U
ugly (adjective) umbrella (noun) unable (adjective) uncle (noun) under (preposition) under (adverb) undergo (verb) underground (adjective) underneath (preposition) underneath (adverb) understand (verb) understanding (noun) undertake (verb) undo (verb) unemployed (adjective) unemployment (noun) unfortunate (adjective) unfortunately (adverb) unhappy (adjective) uniform (noun) uniform (adjective) union (noun) unique (adjective) unit (noun) unite (verb) universal (adjective) universe (noun) university (noun) unknown (adjective) unless (conjunction) unlike (preposition) unlike (adjective) unlikely (adjective) until (preposition) until (conjunction) unusual (adjective) up (adverb) up (adjective) up (preposition) upon (preposition) upper (adjective) upset (adjective) upset (verb) upstairs (adverb) upstairs (adjective) upstairs (noun) upward (adverb) upward (adjective) urban (adjective) urge (verb) urge (noun) urgent (adjective) us (pronoun) use (verb) use (noun) useful (adjective) user (noun) usual (adjective)

V
vacation (noun) valley (noun) valuable (adjective) value (noun) value (verb) variation (noun) variety (noun) various (adjective) vary (verb) vast (adjective) vegetable (noun) vehicle (noun) verb (noun) version (noun) very (adverb) vessel (noun)

victim (noun) victory (noun) video (noun) video (adjective) view (noun) view (verb) village (noun) violence (noun) violent (adjective) virtually (adverb) virtue (noun)

virus (noun) visible (adjective) vision (noun) visit (verb) visit (noun) visitor (noun) voice (noun) volume (noun) vote (verb) vote (noun)

W
wage (noun) waist (noun) wait (verb) wake (verb) walk (verb) walk (noun) wall (noun) wallet (noun) wander (verb) want (verb) war (noun) warm (adjective) warm (verb) warmth (noun) warn (verb) warning (noun) wash (verb) waste (noun) waste (verb) watch (verb) watch (noun) water (noun) wave (verb) wave (noun) wax (noun) way (noun) we (pronoun) weak (adjective) weakness (noun) wealth (noun) weapon (noun) wear (verb) weather (noun) weave (verb) web (noun) Web site (noun) wedding (noun) weed (noun) week (noun) weekend (noun) weekly (adjective) weigh (verb) weight (noun) welcome (adjective) welcome (verb) welcome (noun) welfare (noun) well (adverb) well (adjective) west (noun) west (adjective) west (adverb) western (adjective) wet (adjective) what (pronoun) what (adjective) what (adverb) whatever (pronoun)

whatever (adjective) wheat (noun) wheel (noun) when (adverb) when (conjunction) where (adverb) where (conjunction) whether (conjunction) which (adjective) which (pronoun) while (conjunction) while (noun) whisper (verb) whisper (noun) whistle (noun) whistle (verb) white (adjective) white (noun) who (pronoun) whole (adjective) whole (noun) whom (pronoun) whose (adjective) whose (pronoun) why (adverb) why (conjunction) wide (adjective) widely (adverb) widespread (adjective) width (noun) wife (noun) wild (adjective) will (verb) will (noun) willing (adjective) win (verb) wind (noun) wind (verb) window (noun) wine (noun) wing (noun) winner (noun) winter (noun)

wipe (verb) wire (noun) wisdom (noun) wise (adjective) wish (verb) wish (noun) with (preposition) withdraw (verb) within (preposition) without (preposition) witness (noun) witness (verb) wolf (verb) woman (noun) wonder (noun) wonder (verb) wonderful (adjective) wood (noun) wooden (adjective) wool (noun) word (noun) work (verb) work (noun) worker (noun) world (noun) worry (verb) worry (noun) worse (adjective) worse (adverb) worse (noun) worship (verb) worship (noun) worst (adjective) worst (adverb) worst (noun) worth (preposition) worth (noun) would (verb) wound (noun) wound (verb) wrap (verb) wreck (noun) wreck (verb)

wrinkle (noun) write (verb) writer (noun) writing (noun)

wrong (adjective) wrong (adverb) wrong (noun)

X
x-ray

Y
yard (noun) yawn (verb) yawn (noun) year (noun) yell (verb) yellow (adjective) yellow (noun) yes (adverb) yesterday (noun) yesterday (adverb) Z zap (verb) zero (noun) zone (noun) zoo (noun) yet (adverb) yet (conjunction) you (pronoun) young (adjective) your (adjective) yours (pronoun) yourself (pronoun) youth (noun)