TOP 499 English WORDS -1 to 50 – B2 ENGLISH – SPEAK LIKE A NATIVE (2018 UPDATE)




499 most important words for b2 level English.

Comprehension Exercise

Affinity. A natural attraction or feeling of kinship.

Fledgling. Young and inexperienced.

HackneyedOverused ,cliched.

IncessantNever stopping.

Opulence.Never stopping..

A natural attraction or feeling of kinship.

Young and inexperienced.

Overused ,cliched.

Never stopping.

Never stopping.

Proximity.Nearness Closeness.

Sagacious.Wise and keen, possessing apractical sense, shrewd.

Supplant. To take the place of, superseded.

Unassailable. Impossible to dispute or disprove. undeniable.

Voluminous. Large in volume or bulk.

Nearness. Closeness, proximity.

Sagacious. Wise and keen, possessing a practical sense, shrewd.

Supplant. To take the place of, supersede.

Unassailable. Impossible to dispute or disprove, undeniable.

Voluminous. Large in volume or bulk.

Brusque. Abrupt, Blunt, with no formalities.

Dispassionate. Impartial, calm, free from emotion.

Effervescent. Bubbly, lively.

Indefatigable. Tireless, untiring ,showing no sign of getting tired.

Misanthrope. Someone who dislikes people in general.

Brevity. Conciseness, shortness of duration.

Clemency. Mercy humaness, mildness, moderateness.

Frivolous. Not serious in content or attitude or behavior.
Heist. Commit a burglary.
Lampoon. Ridicule with satire.
Conciseness. shortness of duration brevity.
Mercy, humaneness, mildness, moderateness.
Clemency.
Not serious in content or attitude or behavior.
Frivolous.
Commit a burglary.
Heist.
Ridicule with satire.
Lampoon.
Morose,
gloomy, sullen.
Nonchalance.
indifference a showing of little interest.
Progeny, descendants, offspring, children.
Stoic, seeming unaffected by pleasure or pain.
Voracious, having a huge appetite, greedy, ravenous, excessively eager.
Gloomy, Sullen,
Morose.
Indifference. a showing of little interest.
Nonchalance.
Descendants, offspring, children,
Progeny.
Seeming unaffected by pleasure or pain.
Stoic.
Having a huge appetite, greedy, ravenous, excessively eager.
Voracious.
Coalesce.
combine, fuse.
Decadence,
decline, decay or deterioration, a condition or period of decline or decay.
Exemplary. outstanding, an example to others.
Exuberance,
joyful enthusiasm.
Incidental. not essentia,l minor.
Combine, fuse
Coalesce.
Decline.decay or deterioration, a condition or period of decline or decay.
Decadence.
Outstanding an example to others.
Exemplary.
Joyful enthusiasm.
Exuberance.
Not essential, minor.
Incidental.
Insolvent. unable to pay bills, bankrupt. Parsimonious. excessively thrifty, stingy,
Prodigal. wasteful, a person given to extravagance. Surreptitious. secret
stealthy. Writhe. twist and coils, contort in pain. Unable to pay bills, bankrupt.
Insolvent.
Excessively thrifty, stingy.
Parsimonious.
Wasteful, a person given to extravagance.
Prodigal.
Secret, stealthy. Surreptitious.
Twist in coils in contort in pain.
Writhe
Querulous. inclined to complain, irritable. Reproach. a mild rebuke or criticism.
Respite. a pause for relaxation. Torpor Sluggishness, inactivity, drowsiness.
Unscathed. wholly unharmed not injured.
Inclined to complain, irritable, Querulous.
A mild rebuke or criticism. Reproach.
A pause for relaxation.
Respite.
Sluggishness, inactivity, drowsiness.
Torpor.
Wholly unharmed not injured.
Unscathed.
Copious.
large in number or quantity.
Dearth.
a lack, scarcity of, famine.
Eloquent.
Persuasive and moving speech
Jargon.
specialized technical terminology, characteristic of a particular subject.
Levity. lightness of manner.
large in number or quantity.
Copious.
a lack of, Scarcity of, famine.
Dearth.
Persuasive and moving speech.
Eloquent.
Specialized technical terminology characteristic of a particular subject.
Jargon.
Lightness of manner.
Levity.
Meander.
to wind and turn while proceeding in a course.
Peripheral.
Marginal, outer.
Substantiate.
to establish by evidence, prove.
Unobtrusive.
acting in a manner that does not attract attention.
Vacillate.
to sway from side to side.
Oscillate.
To wind and turn while proceeding in a course.
Meander.
Marginal, outer.
Peripheral.
To establish by evidence, prove
Substantiate.
Acting in a manner that does not attract attention.
Unobstrusive.
To sway from one side to the other, oscillate.
Vacillate.


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