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Vocabulary Study Online by Level
Vocabulary Study Online By Level (VSOBL) is a Fast, Reliable, and Handy tool to prepare English exam vocabulary. (Available for all VIP accounts: US$2/Month). It has built-in word lists: 6000 IELTS words, 6000 TOEFL words, 5000 GRE words, and 3000 SAT words. You can load them by level with one click.
5000 GRE Vocabulary Words is a middle-level words list for test-takers to warm up known words and learn new words. In addition to normal definitions and explanations, the GRE voca also includes online practices, such as meaning matching and spelling. For those who prefer to enhance vocabulary offline or in an old-school way, it offers printable flashcards and PDF files.
If you want to have a better GRE score, you have to own a stronger vocabulary skill. It means that you will spend more time studying GRE words. Does this GRE voca meet your case? We divide the words into 4 levels; each level consists of 4 groups. Want to view them quickly? Watch them here.
2 Alternative GRE vocabularies:
We know one words list cannot cover all GRE test requirements. If you think the 5000 GRE Words doesn't match your circumstance, please try other lists on the website.
However, if you are serious about preparing for GRE, any smaller or easier lists shouldn't be an option unless you use them as a supplement. Here we recommend 2 large vocabularies, which are also useful for enhancing reading and writing words, especially for high score hunters.
We have published ebook that exactly matches the 5000 GRE Words. Students can buy from main ebook distributors.
GRE Vocabulary PDF List
Some students like using PDF lists to learn and review words. We do offer a handy feature to make GRE PDF word lists for each group. Below are demos of Level 1's first group, including files with 9 non-English explanations.
Cards are useful tools for some students to study new words. We offer two buttons to make GRE one-side and two-side flashcards for each group. Below are one-side cards for Level 1's first group, including 9 non-English explanations.
If you have a VIP account, you can print all groups' cards, either one-side or two-side, from the website; the details are in: Print Cards from Word List.
4 Manage Word Status:
To speed up your studying, you can manage words by marking them as New, Known, and Review status. There are two ways: Note page or Panel page to manage words' statuses. You can also save statuses to the cloud and sync back if your device has trouble or want to switch to other devices.
Word status works for all vocabularies on the website, including 5000 GRE Words. It is a handy flag to skip known words and focus on new and half-familiar words.
Words of Group 1: (Part of words, select list to view all.)
6 Demonstrate word list style:
catholic a. broadly sympathetic; universal; related to Roman Catholic Church He was extremely catholic in his taste and read everything he could find in the library. Show examples and contexts
cavern n. cave; large underground chamber, as in a cave Four avenues opened out of the small cavern in which the great rock stood. Show examples and contexts
celebrated a. famous; well-known; having illustrious past Thanks to their race to break Roger Maris's home-run record, Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire are two of America's most celebrated baseball players. Show examples and contexts
cellar n. room or rooms under a building, and usually below the surface of the ground The New Zealand wineries are similar to the American wineries and welcome visitors to what they call the cellar door. Show examples and contexts
cereal n. grass such as wheat, oats, or corn, the starchy grains of which are used as a food I have a bowl of cereal every morning. Show examples and contexts
chaos n. disorder; condition or place of great disorder or confusion; disorderly mass Their job is to stop a repeat of the chaos that blighted the last election in 2002. Show examples and contexts