Vocabulary Placement Test

vocabulary placement test

Introduction

Find out your estimated vocabulary range with this vocabulary placement test. For each word, simply select which words you “know” or “don’t know” the definition of. At the end, you will be told your estimated passive vocabulary range as well as estimated CEFR level.

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box
baby
swim
up
vegetable
wind
young
teacher
sport
egg
cash
health
loud
quickly
pronunciation
guitar
brain
experience
smoke
hesitate
convenient
fascinating
pharmacy
various
strict
devoted
genuine
mind
purchase
repeat
abandon
release
twisted
brew
confuse
labour
obey
patience
resist
expression
coherent
inhibit
novice
official
worship
coerce
irritate
horizontal
indication
proportion
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