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The Longman Vocabulary Website

The Longman Vocabulary Website Topics such as "Synonyms," "Antonyms," "Homonyms," "Easily Confused Words," and "Using Context Clues" allow users to practice vocabulary development with interactive quizzes. Select an appropriate range of difficulty, from beginner to advanced, and find between
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The Longman Vocabulary Website


Topics such as "Synonyms," "Antonyms," "Homonyms," "Easily Confused Words," and "Using Context Clues" allow users to practice vocabulary development with interactive quizzes. Select an appropriate range of difficulty, from beginner to advanced, and find between 8 to 10 quizzes at that level for each topic. As a bonus, click on the link to "100 Words That All High School Graduates Should Know" and see how many you've mastered.

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