Tips for using these vocabulary lists:
- look carefully through the list to make sure you know the words and are confident that you can use them in your written or spoken English.
- look up the meaning of any new words and put them in a sentence.
- make a handwritten note of any new words, ideally in a separate note pad that you carry with you. Whenever you have a few minutes – waiting for a bus, just before going to sleep, waiting for the kettle to boil – take out the list and look through, reminding yourself of the word and the meaning.
- write the new word a number of times – writing down vocabulary will help you remember it and will also help with spelling.
Another good technique is to type the word into Google and read the example sentences in the search results.
Before you take the practice test below, make sure you have looked through CEFR Level C1 vocabulary list 2.
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See how many you can complete! The first 2 letters of each word are given – all you need to do is decide which word best suits the context .
1. It is important to di of rubbish property in order to protect the environment.
2. If you want to learn English, the most ef method is to actually live in an English speaking country.
3. His wages from work are not ad to pay for all of his living costs for the month, so he has taken an evening job too.
4. Parents sometimes find it difficult to co their children that they should concentrate on their studies.
5. These opinions co the beliefs of many and have caused a number of arguments.
6. Some schools require students to sign a good behaviour co if they misbehave.