Learn English Words With Vocabulary.com

To learn English, one of the most important parts is to remember the vocabulary, which may be hard and boring.

But you can also do that easy and funny with Vocabulary.com, which is a website for you to learn English vocabulary online, free of charge.

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Opening the homepage of the website, you can start to learn vocabulary at once by selecting one answer from four of a single-selection question. If you are wrong, you can continue to choose, till you are right, then, you can possibly get a very detailed explanation of the correct word, which you can even listen and learn how to speak.

For those example sentences, some of them are from popular sources, such as New York Times, The Economist, Salon and more, which makes the words you learn are "essential to academic and business success".

For some results, there will be a "Look Up" button after every answer, clicking on the button, you can read the definitions, synonyms, examples and some other details of the word. And, you can also look up any English word you like to by entering it into the "LOOK IT UP" search box.

By the way, you don’t need to sign up to learn English words with the website Vocabulary.com, but you can track your progress after registration.

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5 Comments

  1. Posted October 13, 2011 at 12:24 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for reviewing Vocabulary.com — glad you liked it! To address your question: When you click on the “Look Up” button when playing the Challenge, the word’s definition loads on the page directly below the Challenge box. That way you can see information about words used in the answers without losing your place in the Challenge.

  2. Young
    Posted October 13, 2011 at 3:19 pm | Permalink

    @Ben Zimmer I see what the Look Up button for, but nothing happened when I clicked on it.

  3. Posted October 27, 2011 at 5:25 am | Permalink

    Have you tried scrolling down? It’s possible that your browser is displaying the loaded definitions “below the fold.”

  4. Young
    Posted October 27, 2011 at 8:28 am | Permalink

    @Ben Zimmer Yes, you are right, the results are below the fold, sorry for my mistake, and the post has been updated.

  5. mefik
    Posted December 7, 2012 at 3:28 am | Permalink

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