Recently we have published a placement test based mostly on grammar. Some of our readers commented that a vocabulary placement test might be useful too. That was why we have tried to create a test which would show you how many words you know. A part of the test is partly based upon the test by Paul Nation, however the first part is completely original.
This test is for beginners and elementary students of English. Here you can find out, how many words from the 2,000 most common words in English you know. So, if you answer all the questions correctly, you know all the 2,000 most common words in English. If you answer only 50% of the questions, you know 1,000 words. Your aim is to score as much as possible.[su_spacer][su_heading]
Vocabulary placement test – beginners[/su_heading][su_spacer] The following test contains 60 items. Your task is to drag the most suitable word to a given picture or into a given gap. You can guess because there are many extra words which make correct guessing virtually impossible. Once you finish the resulting score tells you how many words you know.
If you want to do the test in a full-screen mode click over here for the HTML5 version:[su_button url=”https://engames.eu/placement test/Vocabulary placement test_beginners (Web)/index.html” target=”blank” background=”#92eef5″ size=”6″]Placement test vocabulary HTML5[/su_button]
If you want to do the test on your computer and you prefer flash, click on the button below:[su_button url=”https://engames.eu/placement test/Vocabulary placement test_beginnersflash (Web)/index.html” target=”blank” background=”#92eef5″ size=”6″]Placement test vocabulary flash[/su_button]
If your score is close to 2,000 it is clear that you know more words. If you want to find out how many, you can try our Vocabulary placement tests for pre-intermediate and more advanced students (coming soon on this website.)
Vocabulary placement test – share[/su_heading][su_spacer] If you have a website where you would like to share this test, you can embed it there by placing the following code into it:
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Vocabulary placement test – comments[/su_heading][su_spacer] We welcome any comments you might have, because they help us improve the posts here. We try to implement your comments into the activities immediately and we try to answer them. For example, there are nearly 20 comments to the Placement test post and thanks to you we were able to improve several questions, so now the test is much more reliable than it was before. Therefore do not worry and comment. THANK YOU.
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