Advanced Vocabulary - Sharing is Caring
Heeeyyyy everyone. I saw this floating around the internet and thought you might like it. It's just a graphic that shows some simplistic, First Certificate sort of vocabulary (on the left), next to some sexy, shiny ADVANCED language (on the right).
Why not PORE OVER (proficiency phrasal verb oh my god) the list and learn a few of the words on the right?
I've got a few more vocabulary blogs and videos planned. Check back every now and then! Also, please share this post with your friends who are learning English - that kind of thing really helps people find the site.
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