English flashcards | Quizlet
?
New

This is a Free Service provided by Why Fund Inc. (a 501 C3 NonProfit) We thank you for your donation!


(1. Click on the course Study Set you wish to learn.) (2. If you wish you can click on "Print" and print the test page.) (3. When you want to take a test...click on anyone of the tests for that Study Set.) (4. Click on "Check Answers" and it will score your test and correct your answers.) (5. You can take all the tests as many times as you choose until you get an "A"!) (6. Automated college courses created from lecture notes, class exams, text books, reading materials from many colleges and universities.)

<

Learn efficiently and remember over time.

Give us Feedback

If you’re having trouble, want to report a bug, provide a suggestion, or just want to say hello — please fill out the form below.

  • Popular

    Well liked by a lot of people.

    Performance

    Entertaining an audience by singin, dancing or acting.

    Properly

    Correctly; in a satisfactory way.

    Conversation

    Talk with someone, usually in an informal situation

    Specific

    Precise and exact.

    Earn

    To receive money in return for work that one does.

    Advantage

    A way in which one thing is better than another.

    Assist

    To help someone

    System

    A way of doing something that follows a fixed plan or set of rules.

    Encourage

    To give someone confidence; let the person know what they are doing is good.

    Trainer

    Someone who teaches people or animals necessary skills.

    Alike

    Similar.

    Huge

    Something extremely large in size, amount or degree.

    Artist

    Someone who draws, paints or produces works of art, or a person who performs such as a musician or actor.

    Gentle

    Kind, mild and calm.

    Intelligent

    Having the ability to think, understand and learn things quickly and well.

    Smart

    Clever or intelligent.

    Creative

    Able to invent, create and develop original ideas.

    Method

    A particular way to do something.

    Strategy

    A plan to achieve something, especially over a long period.

    Advice

    An opinion about what someone should do in a particular situation.

    Formed

    To develop or start something.

    Relaxed

    to feel more calm and less tense.

    Familiar

    used to describe something, someone or something that you recognize or know very well.

    Century

    Aperiod of 100 years.

    Hit

    To be touched or struck with a lot force.

    Eventually

    In the end; finally.

    Ancient

    Very old; having existed for a long time.

    Goal

    Something to achieve.

    Polite

    Having or showing good manners.

    Especially

    Particularly.

    Escape

    to succed in getting away from someone, something or some place.

    Baggage

    Bags that you take with you when you travel.

    Religious

    connected with religion.

    Abroad

    overseas; in a foreign country.

    Trip

    A journey in a particular place.

    Native

    Someone born in a particular place.

    Tie

    To fasten things together with a knot.

    Extreme

    Very great in degree or intensity.

    Strength

    The physical energy to perform various activities.

    Differ

    To be unlike something else, to disagree.

    Female

    Referring to women or girls.

    Invent

    To create something new that did not exist before.

    Background

    The kind of family one comes from and the kind of education one has.

    Region

    An area of a country or the world.

    Influenced

    To have an effect on something.

    Lively

    Quick and full or energy; cheerful.

    Belong

    To be the property of a person or thing.

    Audience

    A group of people who watch or listen to play, concert, sport tournament, etc.

    Issues

    A subject that people argue about or discuss.

    Heavily

    Strongly.

    Face

    To deal with something that is difficult or unpleasant.

    Attitudes

    The way one thinks or feels about something.

    Fill

    To take up an area so that it is full; to use all available space.

    Peace

    A state or quiet and calm; not war.

    Club

    A place like a nightclub where people go for entertainment.

    Organizations

    A group of people with a common purpose.

    Mix

    Two or more things.

    Despite

    Even thought; used to introduce a fact that makes something surprising.

    Population

    All the people who live in a particular area, city or country.

    Powerful

    Very strong or effective.

    Survive

    To live trough a dangerous situation.

    Journey

    To travel from one place to another.

    Distance

    Amount of space between two places.

    Contact

    To send a message to someone.

    Tool

    An instrument or piece of equipment.

    Circling

    To move around something in a circle.

    Entire

    All, whole.

    Advances

    Progress in a particular field.

    Benefit

    To help or improve your life in some way.

    Spread out

    To reach or extend to a larger area.

    Medicine

    The treatment of illness and injuries by a doctor.

    Neighbor

    Someone who lives near or next to you.

    Messages

    Information that someone is trying to communicate.

    Surface

    The outside or flat top part of something.

    Allow

    To give permission to do something; make possible.

    Settler

    A person who goes to live in a new country or place.

    Search

    To look carefully for something.

    Independent

    Separate not connected.

    Identify

    To discover or notice the existence of something.

    Shaped

    Something that has the shape of another object or is formed in a particular way.

    Exercises

    To move your body energetically to get in shape and remain healthy.

    Property

    A building and the land around it; all the things that belong to someone.

    Kid

    A child.

    Particularly

    Especially.

    Annual

    Happenign once a year.

    Traffic

    All the vehicles moving along roads in a particular area.

    Tourist

    A person who travels for pleasure.

    Growth

    Development in size, wealth, or importance.

    Successful

    Having achieved a desire result.

    Remove

    To take something away.

    Ugly

    Unattractive and unpleasant to look at.

    Global

    Including the whole world.

    Electricity

    A form of energy used for heating, lighting and running machines.

    Challenge

    Something new and difficult that requires great effort and determination.

    Increasing

    To become greater in intensity or more common.

    Fix

    To repair something that is damaged or not working properly.

    Welcome

    To approve of an action or decision; also to greet in a friendly way.

    Colorful

    Something with bright colors; interesting to look at.

    Construction

    The building or creating of something.

    Flickr Creative Commons Images

    Some images used in this set are licensed under the Creative Commons through Flickr.com. Click to see the original works with their full license.

    Please allow access to your computer’s microphone to use Voice Recording.

    Having trouble? Click here for help.

    We can’t access your microphone!

    Click the icon above to update your browser permissions above and try again

    Example:

    Reload the page to try again!

    Reload

    Press Cmd-0 to reset your zoom

    Press Ctrl-0 to reset your zoom

    It looks like your browser might be zoomed in or out. Your browser needs to be zoomed to a normal size to record audio.

    Please upgrade Flash or install Chrome
    to use Voice Recording.

    For more help, see our troubleshooting page.

    Your microphone is muted

    For help fixing this issue, see this FAQ.

    Star this term

    You can study starred terms together

    NEW! Voice Recording

    This is a Quizlet Plus feature