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ECPE test is to evaluate EFL (English as a Foreign Language) people's English skills. This test normally has four sections: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Because test takers aren't native English speakers, ECPE vocabulary plays a crucial role in all sections.

In preparing the test, more than half of the time is for studying new words and reviewing known words on average. This app, ECPE Test for Vocabulary, is a pure online tool to evaluate vocabulary level. For self-taught test takers, this app helps to understand own level and progress and play a key part in planning or scheduling ECPE vocabulary study.

This app has a built-in ECPE vocabulary that includes 1200 middle-level words. You needn't worry about the test contents, and the test question sheet will be produced automatically as long as you request. In addition to a proven test word bank, we implement the app with cutting edge computer and web technology. The primary feature of the app is to check if you know or not know a word. The question sheet is made dynamically with 12 random words, which shows on a web page.

This app has some extra functionalities, e.g., you can save test result to analyze or compare. Then, you not only see the result of one test alone; you also have a chance to understand your trend and relative level to others, by which you can adjust your own pace or schedule accordingly.

Some ECPE test-takers use this app as a study tool rather than a test tool. Considering it has a fixed vocabulary, some people use it to study and review words by repeated tests. At the online ECPE test sheet, you will see all correct answers if you failed. It's a quick and intelligent way to learn new words or review known words.

This app stores your test result for further analysis and comparison. If you want to run all functionalities, you should sign on at first to let your data save through your account. If you don't have an account yet, please create one immediately. It is a free feature; as long as you get access code, sign on, and enjoy all features of this great app: ECPE Test for Vocabulary!
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v.  E.g. Restless legs syndrome is thought to afflict millions, though there's argument about just how many.
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cause pain, suffering or distress
make laws; create or pass laws
move slowly; move stealthily or cautiously
pattern; design; set into a specific pattern
multiply, grow, or expand rapidly
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v.  E.g. To coincide with World AIDS Day, the World Health Organization and UN AIDS are launching a campaign to treat three million HIV sufferers by the year 2005.
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cause pain, suffering or distress
put out or expel from a place; discharge
occur at the same time as; correspond
perceive the identity of; consent or admit with a formal acknowledgment; show appreciation of
overwhelm; cover with water, especially floodwaters
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n.  E.g. The campaign will kick off with a huge concert in Cape Town at the end of next month.
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quality of being novel; newness; something new and unusual
moderate weather; suitable for outdoor activities; the rays of the sun
recession; economic slump; concavity in a surface produced by pressing ; sadness; low spirits
payment in money made by one ruler or nation; tax; mark of respect; praiseworthy quality
performance of music by players or singers not involving theatrical staging; harmony; accord
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n.  E.g. She understands that the fight for marriage equality is not just about marriage, but economic security.
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person's regular business or occupation; hobby or recreational or leisure pursuit
pretending to be another person; representation of a person that is exaggerated for comic effect
state or quality of being equal
mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical components making up a computer system
likeness; similarity in appearance or external or superficial details
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v.  E.g. He may finance his second daughter through law school.
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make something double; bend or lay so that one part covers the other
persuade; bring about; reason or establish by induction
live in; occupy; reside in
reach conclusion; become systemic and spread throughout the body
provide or raise the funds or capital for; supply funds to
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v.  E.g. The company will inject over eight hundred million dollars of its own cash to improve the health of its pension fund.
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long walk usually for exercise or pleasure
prevent from being seen or discovered
put at risk; adventure
make neutral and thus inoffensive
put in; infuse ; force or drive fluid into something
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n.  E.g. You know, Michelle, one thing contributing to this labyrinth is the nation's biggest private employer, Wal-Mart.
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list of works of music or drama; class of compositions in a genre; range or number of skills
makeup; constitution; writing; essay
piece of transplanted tissue; portion of plant inserted in another plant
outskirts; usually residential area or community outlying a city
maze; complex structure of interconnecting passages
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a.  E.g. This kind of food is not nourishing for young children.
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mixed; experiencing or expressing opposing or contradictory feelings
precisely and clearly expressed; definite; outspoken
mechanical; automatic; accomplished without the intervention of a human operator
relating to, or contributing to sense of smell
nutritious; healthy; of or providing nourishment
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n.  E.g. They need to realize that Hispanics and Blacks are rising in prominence in our country and the day that the rich white guy could rule everything is ending.
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relative importance; property of being prominent; a standing out from the surface of something
rebirth; bringing again into activity and prominence
person with discriminating taste in food and wine
nib ;horny projecting mouth of a bird
particular aspect of life or activity; body of people who form part of society or economy
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v.  E.g. A born storyteller, my father loved to recount anecdotes about his early years in New York.
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raze; destroy; do away with completely; put an end to
put into effect; supply with tools
narrate or tell; count over again
mark the time of; assign a date to
reduce level; lower grade of something
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a.  E.g. One saw life-sized ladies and gentlemen dancing in stately rounds or laughing under trees and among flowers and butterflies.
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not moving or flowing; lacking vitality or briskness; stale; dull
presently; at the present time
produced or stocked in large quantities to meet steady demand; main; principal
majestic; impressive, as in size or proportions
ready; fully developed; mature
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a.  E.g. Other factors were beyond the publisher's control, namely unfavorable currency exchange rates and weaker global economies.
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relating to basic facts or principles; being in the earliest stages of development; incipient
of a vocation or occupation; providing a special skill rather than academic knowledge
making severe demands; rigorous; requiring great care, effort, or attention
not encouraging or approving or pleasing; having or showing opposition
not thorough, constant or consistent; by chance
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