For those of you who are new to the World of Words and missed out on the advanced vocabulary quizzes I posted a couple of years, here is a list of them in order. Taking the quizzes is simple, click the answer you think is right then click ‘next’. When you get to the end of the quiz, you will see the answers and links to all the vocabulary in context.
It’s coming to the end of my first week back in England and I’ve had a really nice time so far. I’ll be posting some videos soon to show you some of the interesting historic sites you can see in London, too.
Before that, though, it’s time for a quiz. As always, the answers will be somewhere in this week’s articles so remember to read them carefully before you take the quiz.
Have you had time to read all the articles on the World of Words this week, yet? If not, take some time to look through them before you take this quiz. All the answers are there somewhere and taking the quiz will help you remember the new vocabulary.
It’s Friday again and that can only mean one thing – Time for a quiz!
Before taking this week’s English vocabulary quiz, remember to vote for Wil’s World of Words in the Lexiophiles Top 100 Language Blogs competition if you haven’t already voted. Thanks for your votes and remember, each one counts.
This week has flown by. The time has passed so quickly. We’ve seen loads of interesting vocabulary related to traffic and the word ‘hang’ on the World of Words this week and now it’s time to see if you can remember it all with the 33rd Wil’s World of Words English vocabulary quiz.