VOCABULARY MATCHING EXERCISES

VERB – NOUN 01 NOUN – NOUN 1(Jobs)
VERB – NOUN 02 NOUN – NOUN 2 (Jobs)
VERB – NOUN 03 NOUN – NOUN 3 (Jobs)
VERB – NOUN 04 NOUN – NOUN 4 (Jobs)
VERB – NOUN 05 NOUN – NOUN 5 (Free time)
VERB- NOUN 06 PHRASAL VERBS 1
VERB – NOUN 07 PHRASAL VERBS 2
VERB – NOUN 08 PHRASAL VERBS 3
VERB – NOUN 09 PHRASAL VERBS 4
VERB – NOUN 10 PHRASAL VERBS 5
VERB – NOUN 11 PHRASAL VERBS 6
VERB – NOUN 12 PHRASAL VERBS 7
ADJECTIVE – NOUN 1 PHRASAL VERBS 8
ADJECTIVE – NOUN 2 PHRASAL VERBS 9
ADJECTIVE – NOUN 3 PHRASAL VERBS 10
ADJECTIVE – NOUN 4 PHRASAL VERBS 11
SHOPPING AROUND THE HOUSE
CITIES TWO WORD EXPRESSIONS
SIGHTS EXPRESSIONS
LONDON SIGHTS WHAT’S THE TIME 1
NEW YORK 1 WHAT’S THE TIME 2
NEW YORK 2 WHAT’S THE TIME 3

GAME: STAR WORDS

90% of the time, native English speakers use just 7,500 words in speech and writing. In our dictionaries, these words appear in red and are graded with stars. One-star words are frequent, two-star words are more frequent, and three-star words are the most frequent. But can you guess how many stars each red word is worth? Test your intuition on word frequency with this red words game.