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Increase your academic vocabulary by studying and practicing words made with the common prefixes anti-, com- and sym-, ex-, in-, sub-, and trans-.
Explanations and practice with useful writing words (and some words connected with Shakespeare.)
Engaging ESL worksheets, lessons, and activities to maximize student learning and minimize teacher prep time.
Helping English learners master this basic academic vocabulary can help them understand test prompts and write better essays.
Useful books, websites and other ESL teacher resources with easy-to-implement ideas to supplement or even replace textbooks.
Learn the requirements for academic writing in English. Learn the basic steps for a term paper, research report, or journal article and its sections.
Match these positive and negative adjective opposites to practice more academic vocabulary.
These free word search puzzles make it fun to review important academic vocabulary—or see how much you can recognize!
Why learn academic vocabulary? It's the 'language' you need for university studies, English tests, professional work, and business dealing with the English-speaking world.
Try these science crossword puzzles to enjoy practicing basic English science vocabulary.