English Vocabulary is the key to get a good mark in English tests. In either reading or writing, the more words you have the better score you expect. However young students are hardly strong enough in vocabulary building. Learning hot words is a shortcut to impress examiners and show you difference from others.
Word of the Day, is designed to help students of TOEFL, IELTS, SAT, ACT, and other tests to prepare hot and popular words. All words are picked up from mainstream media from English countries. Most of them are with original example sentences. The contexts are important resource to understand the usages of words. A real use sample can encourage student to use new word more confidently.
Test takers, especially non-English speakers, usually study English from textbooks and teachers. What they learn isn’t exactly real English, or say school English. This is why some ESL students lack confidence and doubt if real English speaker can understand them. Words and sentences there are from actual English media, including TV and Internet, they are trying to bring real English to you.
Simple or easy vocabulary doesn’t give you stronger confidence or higher score. Words in this app are selected with 2 criteria: hot and useful. It shouldn’t be a daily word but has chance to occur in exam papers. They will help in reading, writing, and other test sections. To meet with separate students, the app has two levels: basic and middle. Please select proper one to start your hot words building journey.
In addition to the common features of similar app, this app has built-in auxiliary functionalities to help students with systemic and scientific review pattern. It organizes previous words by week, month, and season (100 days); and offers review patterns accordingly. Basically, these features let you can review on demand and pick up words that are missed or forgotten somehow.
This isn’t a leisure app; instead it is designed as a serious tool to accumulate hot exam words by enduring study and review. Hot words and real sentences play active roles in most test sections, after you get hundreds of them, you absolutely will be rewarded with a higher score.
The sapphire engagement ring that now adorns the hand of the Duchess of Cambridge, wasn't custom-made; she selected the diamond-encrusted ring from a jewelry collection catalog.
a transparent precious stone, typically blue
make more beautiful or attractive
cover something with a hard surface layer
a complete list of items, typically one in alphabetical or other systematic order