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Learning Languages Vocabulary




Basic

accent (n) British/American/Cockney~/RP~/plummy~
admission (n) ~ to the EU/university
archaic (adj) ~ word/attitude
bias (n)(v) to be ~ed towards/against smth
bilingual (adj) ~ community/to be ~ in English and Spanish
brush up (v) to ~ (on) one’s English
contribute (v) to ~ to the formation of the language
dialect (n) local/London ~/George~/Scouse/Liverpudlian~/Mancunian~/ Brummy~ ~words/specifications
dialectal (adj) ~ differences between two areas
English (n) British/American/Australian/Canadian~/the King’s/Queen’~ sloppy~/in plain ~ (idm)
enhance (v) to ~ marrigability/reputation/efficiency/position of smb
eradicate (v) to ~ the world’s repository of language/to ~ mistakes/injustice
Esperanto (n)  
flexible (adj) ~ language/design/approach/hours
flexibility (n)  
fluent (adj) a ~ speaker of English to be ~ in English to speak/write~ English a ~ musician/movement
fluency (n) to require ~ in English for a job
language (n) native/chief/premier/first/ in-crowd/everyday/link/prestige/strong/body ~ ~ skills/laboratory to talk the same ~ (idm)
lingua franca (n) e.g. English is becoming the ~ of the world.
linguistic (adj) ~ abilities/barriers
monolingual(adj) a ~ dictionary
motivation (n) to be one’s main ~ for studying the language
multilingual (adj) ~ country/children
obsolete (adj) ~ words/skills
pronunciation (n) English/American ~
resist (v) to ~ the domination of English
slang (n) back/rhyming~/army/teenage/prison~ a ~ word/expression/term
slang (v) e.g. The two students were slanging each other in front of the teacher.
speech (n) distinct/slurred ~ ~ impediments
tongue (n) native/mother/world ~ to have a loose/sharp ~ (idm) a slip of the ~ a tongue-in-cheek remark
vernacular (adj) (n) ~ language local/Black American~
versatile (adj) ~ use of English

 







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