TOP 499 English WORDS -301-350 – B2 ENGLISH – SPEAK LIKE A NATIVE (2018 UPDATE)




Comprehension Exercise

499 most important words for b2 level English.

To Convey. to make known. dairy food. made from milk. Shore. the land along the edge
of a sea, lake or wide river. Outward. toward the outside. Flair. a natural
talent.
to make known.
to convey. food made from milk.
Dairy.
the land along the edge of a sea lake or wide river.
Shore. toward the outside.
outward. a natural talent.
flair.
flare. brief blaze of light signal light outbreak. Udder Mammary gland of bovine
cows and sheep and goats. to Swallow. to pass through the esophagus as part of
eating or drinking. Astride. the distance covered by a step. Mood. a
characteristic habitual or relatively temporary state of feeling.
brief blaze of light signal light outbreak.
flare.
mammary gland of bovine cows and sheep and goats.
Udder.
to pass through the esophagus as part of eating or drinking.
To swallow.
the distance covered by a step.
A stride.
a characteristic habitual or relatively temporary state of feeling.
mood.
Welfare. a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous. to Bolster, to
provide support or reinforcement. Limb any projection that is thought to
resemble an arm. Soothed. calmed or comforted. to Relieve to alleviate
a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous.
welfare.
to provide support or reinforcements.
to bolster.
any projection that is thought to resemble an arm.
Limb.
calmed or comforted.
soothed
to alleviate.
to relieve.
Concern. something that interests you because it is important or affects you.
Ailing weak can suffering from illness. Trustworthy. worthy of trust or belief.
Grip. the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves as between an
automobile tire and the road. a Herd. a group of animals of a single kind.
something that interests you because it is important or affects you.
concern.
weak and suffering from illness.
ailing.
worthy of trust or a belief.
trustworthy.
the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves as between an
automobile tire and the road. grip.
a group of animals of a single kind.
heard.
glazed. (of foods) covered with a shiny coating by applying for example beaten
egg or sugar or gelatin mixture to. Ground. to punish to forbid. Dazzling
shining intensely. Ripe. fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used.
to Doze. to sleep lightly, nap.
foods covered with a shiny coating by applying for example beaten egg or sugar
or gelatin mixture. glazed.
to punish, to forbid.
to ground.
shining intensely.
dazzling.
fully developed or matured and ready to be eaten or used.
Ripe.
to sleep lightly, nap.
the doze.
to Widen. to extend in scope or range or area. to Obey. to be obedient to. to
Preach. to speak publicly in church to deliver a sermon to give a lecture.
Whipping. beating with a whip or strap or rope as a form of punishment. to Mug.to
rob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence.
to extend in scope or range or area. to widen.
to be obedient to.
to obey.
to speak publicly in church to deliver a sermon to give a lecture.
to preach.
beating with a whip horse trap or rope has a form of punishment.
whipping.
to robbed at gunpoint or with a threat of violence.
to mug.
Clam. burrowing marine mollusk living on sand or mud. the Gut. the part of the
elementary canal between the stomach and the anus. Burglary. breaking and entering
for the purpose of committing a crime. The crop. the yield from plants in a
single growing season. Cattle. domesticated bovine animals as a group
regardless of sex or age. burrowing marine mollusc living on sand
or mud.
clam.
the part of the elementary canal between the stomach and the anus.
the gut.
breaking and entering for the purpose of committing a crime.
burglary.
the yield from plants in a single growing season.
the crop
domesticated bovine animals as a group regardless of sex or age.
cattle.
Orchard. garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth. a
Tyke. a child who behaves badly in a way that is funny rather than serious.
Harvest. the gathering of a ripened crop. A quarrel. an angry dispute. to Hassle. to
annoy someone especially by repeatedly asking them something.
garden consisting of a small cultivated would without undergrowth.
Orchard.
a child who behaves badly in a way that is funny rather than serious.
tyke.
the gathering of a ripened crop.
harvest.
an angry dispute.
a quarrel.
to annoy someone especially by repeatedly asking them something.
to hassle.
Steady. firmly fixed constant not subject to change or variation especially in
behavior. Strain. a lineage or race of people. Clutch. a pedal or lever that
engages or disengages a rotating shaft and a driving mechanism. Stubborn
persisting in a reactionary stand. Peak. the highest point of something.
firmly fixed constant not subject to change or a variation especially in
behavior. Steady.
a lineage or a race of people.
strain.
a pedal or lever that engages disengages a rotating shaft and a
driving mechanism. Clutch.
persisting in a reactionary stand.
stubborn. the highest point of something.
Peak.
Dumb. lacking the power of human speech. deaf lacking the sense of hearing wholly
or in part. Lead a soft heavy toxic malleable metallic element. to Rouse, to
wake or provoke. Sober not affected by a chemical substance especially alcohol.
lacking the power of human speech.
dumb.
lacking the sense of hearing wholly or in part.
deaf.
a soft heavy toxic malleable metallic element.
lead
to wake or provoke.
To rouse
not affected by a chemical substance especially alcohol.
sober.

 

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