Vocabulary is defined as the amount of words we know in a particular language.  In particular, to improve vocabulary we must start learning the root words to develop more words.  As one root word gives rise to many different words with different meanings.  A person’s language skill can be measured by getting to know how strong your vocabulary is.

Why learn English vocabulary?         

  • There is no denying that English is the language of the world, its importance is such that it is linked to different areas of life. Whether for entertainment, communication simple or more serious issues such as science and business, English is present in every day of our lives, we know it or not there. It is for this reason to know or expand our vocabulary in this respect is of utmost importance, in the case of travelers, for example, they need to know basic terms to gain a understanding and to establish a communication, even rustic, with locals where to go, especially if it comes to countries like Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, where English is the native language or at least one of the most important.Globally, English happens to be the official language, which is why when you visit any other country using English is much more efficient than trying to communicate in the local language, provided that no one has a good flow of course. So now you know if you want to explore the world do it hand in hand with language that will help establish better communications.


English in England

Because England is the birthplace of English, no better place to learn this language, especially if one considers that English are people of great sense of humor and courtesy.

English in United States

United States is another good option to learn this language, although intonation may vary slightly from British English, the meaning is very similar.

  1. analysis:

    abstract separation of a whole into its constituent parts
  2. approach:

    move towards

  3. area:

    the extent of a two-dimensional surface within a boundary
  4. assessment:

    the act of judging a person or situation or event
  5. assume:

    take to be the case or to be true
  6. authority:

    the power or right to give orders or make decisions
  7. available:

    obtainable or accessible and ready for use or service
  8. benefit:

    something that aids or promotes well-being
  9. concept:

    an abstract or general idea inferred from specific instances
  10. consistent:

    the same throughout in structure or composition
  11. consistutial:

    existing as an essential characteristic
  12. context:

    the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation
  13. contract:

    a binding agreement that is enforceable by law
  14. create:

    bring into existence
  15. data:

    collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn

  16. definition:

    concise explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase
  17. derived:

    formed or developed from something else; not original
  18. distribution:

    the act of spreading or apportioning
  19. economic:

    of or relating to production and management of wealth
  20. environment:

    the totality of surrounding conditions
  21. established:

    brought about or set up or accepted
  22. estimate:

    judge tentatively
  23. evidence:

    knowledge on which to base belief
  24. export:

    sell or transfer abroad
  25. factor:

    anything that contributes causally to a result
  26. financial:

    involving fiscal matters
  27. formula:

    a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement
  28. function:

    what something is used for
  29. identified:

    having the identity known or established
  30. income:

    the financial gain accruing over a given period of time
  31. indicate:

    designate a place, direction, person, or thing
  32. individual:

    being or characteristic of a single thing or person
  33. interpretation:

    the act of expressing something in an artistic performance
  34. involved:

    connected by participation or association or use
  35. issue:

    some situation or event that is thought about
  36. labour:

    productive work (especially physical work done for wages)
  37. legal:

    established by or founded upon law or official rules
  38. legislation:

    the act of making or enacting laws
  39. major:

    greater in scope or effect
  40. method:

    a way of doing something, especially a systematic way
  41. occur:

    come to pass
  42. percent:

    a proportion in relation to a whole
  43. period:

    an amount of time
  44. policy:

    a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group
  45. principle:

    a basic generalization that is accepted as true
  46. procedure:

    a particular course of action intended to achieve a result
  47. process:

    a particular course of action intended to achieve a result
  48. required:

    necessary by rule
  49. research:

    a seeking for knowledge
  50. response:

    the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange
  51. role:

    the actions and activities assigned to a person or group
  52. section:

    one of several parts or pieces that fit with others
  53. sector:

    a particular aspect of life or activity
  54. significant:

    rich in implication
  55. similar:

    having the same or nearly the same characteristics
  56. source:

    the place where something begins
  57. specific:

    stated explicitly or in detail
  58. structure:

    a complex entity made of many parts
  59. theory:

    a belief that can guide behavior
  60. variable:

    something that is likely to change