English Language Vocabulary and Word Power Skills

How to Learn English Language Vocabulary Easily

8 Steps to Teaching Basic Vocabulary
10 Out of the Ordinary Places You can Pick up New Vocabulary
4 Fresh Ways to Introduce New Vocabulary
5 Best Ways to Introduce New Vocabulary
6 Absolutely Essential English Games for Vocabulary
How to Elicit Vocabulary: Top 6 Techniques
Helping yourself to Build Specific Academic Vocabulary
Prodigious Stratagems for Escalating Vocabulary
10 Fabulous Ways to Teach New Words
The Power of Words: 5 Easy Tools to Help Learn Vocabulary
How to Camouflage Common Words
Quick Tips for Teaching Homophones
8 Fresh, Fun Ideas for Words and Post-It Notes
10 Fun Fill in the Blanks Activities for English words power

  • Linking each set of four words with one other word
  • Forming nouns from list of verbs
  • Rewriting sentences using noun forms instead of verbs
  • Combining words from two lists to make two-word expressions
  • Multiple choice: choosing correct plural forms of singular nouns
  • Rewriting sentences using adjective forms instead of nouns
  • Linking each verb with a noun to make a partnership
  • Using the partnerships to complete sentences
  • Selecting the correct prefix for each adjective to create an opposite
  • Using the adjectives to complete sentences
  • Making verb forms from list of nouns
  • Writing sentences using the verbs
  • Finding words in a mind map that fit definitions
  • Designing mind maps
  • Sentence completion
  • Matching verbs with their correct definitions
  • Changing sentences from active to passive tense
  • Identifying adverbs in sentences and swapping adverbs
  • Correcting sentences with deliberate mistakes in the prepositions
  • Identifying three-syllable words and classifying by their pronunciation
  • Completing sentences using four-syllable words
  • Classifying four-syllable words by their pronunciation
  • Identifying present tense verbs and classifying by their pronunciation
  • Identifying past tense verbs and classifying by their pronunciation
  • Matching half-sentences together to make complete sentences
  • Identifying word that is different to others in each set
  • Matching words with opposite meanings
  • Inserting correct opposites in sentences
  • Stating what abbreviations stand for
  • Checking meanings of words; matching descriptions to names
  • Matching half-sentences together to make complete sentences
  • Putting letters in order
  • Finding words hidden in letters using clues listed
  • Completing crossword with missing words from sentences
  • Completing crossword by defining words
  • Recording new vocabulary, definitions and terms