Чтение текстов помогает в изучении английского языка, позволяет расширить словарный запас.
орфографический словари русского языка, большие словари синонимов и антонимов русского языка онлайн. (написание и толкование слов; подбор синонимов и антонимов), словари пословиц и поговорок , словари крылатых выражений и фразеологизмов
Основной словарный запас изучающих английский язык:■ Список слов, входящих в топ 1000,2000,3000, наиболее употребляемых слов,
согласно Longman Communication 3000 ?,
в разговорном английском: 1-я тыс., 2-я тыс., 3-я тыс., полный список;
в письменном английском: 1-я тыс., 2-я тыс., 3-я тыс., полный список;
■ Список наиболее употребляемых слов в академических текстах
на английском языке "The Academic Word List" ? (1451 слово)
■ Список наиболее употребляемых слов в разговорном и письменном
английском языке согласно "New General Service List" ?
(2818 общеупотребительных слов)
■ The Oxford 3000 words list.?
■ Англо-русский синонимический словарь ■ Англо-русские, русско-английские тематические словари (кулинария,авиа,футбол,экономика,общий,...)
■ Русские и английские пословицы и поговорки
■ 200 Words of Intermediate TOEFL iBT Vocabulary ■ 1500 Words of Advanced TOEFL iBT Vocabulary
Abusenoun (abuses, abusing, abused)
contumely, invective, obloquy, scurrility, vituperation
For example, abuse of something is cruel and violent treatment of it. The police conducted an investigation of alleged child abuse.
Amuseverb (amuses, amusing, amused)
divert, entertain, recreate
For example, if something amuses you, it makes you want to laugh and smile. The thought seemed to amuse him.
For example, in the United States, an attorney or attorney-at-law is a lawyer. All the company attorneys are in a meeting now. But a contracted lawyer is around.
Accompanyverb (accompanies, accompanying, accompanied, accompaniment)
attend, bear, bring, carry, chaperon, companion, company, conduct, convoy, escort
For example, if one thing accompanies another, it happens or exists at the same time, or as a result of it. (Formal) The proposal was instantly voted through with two to one in favor, accompanied by enthusiastic applause.
Analyzeverb (analyzes, analyzing, analyzed)
divide, part, separate, assort, classify, pigeonhole, examine, inspect, investigate, scrutinize
For example, if you analyze something, you consider it carefully or use statistical methods in order to fully understand it. This book teaches you how to analyze what is causing the stress in your life.
Awkwardadjective (awkwardness, awkwardly)
bumbling, clumsy, halting, heavy-handed, inept, lumbering, uncomfortable
For example, a situation in which you feel so embarrassed that you are not sure what to do or say. The more she tried to get out of the situation, the more awkward it became.
Accuseverb (accuses, accusing, accused, accusation)
arraign, charge, criminalize, impeach, incriminate, inculpate, indict
For example, if you accuse someone of doing something wrong or dishonest, you say or tell them that you believe that they did. My mom was really upset because he was accusing her of having an affair with another man.
aged, age-old, antediluvian, antique, hoary, old, timeworn, venerable, obsolete
For example, ancient means very old or something which has existed for a long time. They have practiced ancient Jewish traditions all of their lives.
Adornverb (adorns, adorning, adorned)
embellish, garnish, ornament, trim
For example, if someone adorns a place, he puts decorations on it. His watercolor designs adorn a wide range of books.
acquirement, accomplishment, achievement, attainment, finish
For example, if a company or business person makes an acquisition, he/she buys another company or part of that company. What will turn around our business is the acquisition of a profitable paper recycling company.
For example, an anniversary is a date which is remembered or celebrated because a special event happened on that date in a previous year. Vietnam is celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Ho Chi Minh.
Adversitynoun (adversities, adversary, adversely)
misfortune, mischance, mishap, tragedy
For example, adversity is a very difficult or unfavorable situation. He showed courage in adversity.
For example, anthropology is the scientific study of people, society, and culture. My major is Anthropology.
business, concern, matter, shooting match, thing
For example, if an event or series of events has been mentioned and you want to talk about it again, you can refer to it as the affair. The government has mishandled the whole affair.
ostensibly, evidently, officially, outwardly, professedly, seemingly
For example, you use apparently to indicate that the information you are giving is something that you have heard, but you are not certain that it is true. Apparently, the girls are not amused by the whole business.
Allegationnoun (allegations allege, alleged, allegedly)
For example, an allegation is a statement saying that someone has done something wrong. The company denied the allegation.
Applausenoun (applaud, applauded)
cheers, hand, ovation, round, cheering, clapping, rooting
For example, applause is the noise made by a group of people clapping their hands to show approval. They greeted him with thunderous applause.
Allegeverb (alleges, alleging, alleged)
adduce, advance, cite, lay, offer, present
For example, if you allege that something bad is true, you say it but do not prove it. It was alleged that policeman had accepted bribes.
Approveverb (approves, approving, approved, approval)
accept favor, go for, accredit, certify, endorse, OK (or okay), sanction
For example, if you approve of an action, event, or suggestion, you like it or are pleased. Not everyone approved of the festival.
Allocationnoun (allocate, allocated, allocations)
For example, an allocation is an amount of something, especially money that is given to a particular person or used for a particular purpose. We need to reconsider allocations for expenditures.
For example, arson is the crime of deliberately setting fire to a building or vehicle. They vented their anger by carrying out arson attacks.
For example, you use along with to mention someone or something else that is also involved in an action or situation. He was facing eviction, along with his wife and family.
Assumptionnoun (assume, assumed, assumptions)
If you make an assumption that something is true, or will happen, you accept that it is true or will happen, often without any real proof. Dr. Subroto questioned the scientific assumption on which the global warming theory is based.