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100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 2

These 100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 2 are designed to help you improve your general English skills, but also to help you prepare for formal English test like IELTS and PTE.
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.

accurate
adequate
ambitious
application
arise
audience
awkward
baggage
bare
basis
beard
behave
bind
brass
calculate
cape
chart
classic
clerk
collision
community
comprehensive
confident
conflict
contract
contradict
convince
course
court
crop
culture
currency
decisive
degree
delight
depress
determine
develop
dispose
dissatisfaction
dissatisfy
division
domestic
efficient
election
enforce
equip
error
everlasting
existence
faint
initial
integral
integrate
intend
interval
latter
leash
legal
legislate
literary
lung
maintain
mercy
mere
ministry
minor
mode
moreover
motif
mutual
object
occasion
offense
operation
operator
origin
precise
presence
presumptuous
quashed
range
razor
reason
reasonable
recognise
recover
refer
reference
remark
represent
resist
restrain
sake
sequence
serious
simulate
sketchy
society
utilise

Before you take the practice test below, make sure you have looked through CEFR Level C1 vocabulary list 2.

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100 words for CEFR Level C1 list 2

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