General English vocab trainer


New vocabulary


 

The test below includes the following new vocabulary:

Vocabulary Audio Example sentence / notes
laziness ‘They displayed a certain degree of laziness in their approach to the project.’

to be nasty ‘Some of the feedback comments we received were quite nasty.’

to be unfriendly ‘The shop staff were really unfriendly. I’ll shop elsewhere next time.’

to be lazy ‘He should have repaired the coffee machine last week, but he’s too lazy.’

to be impolite ‘It’s impolite to be late to a meeting.’

to be unhelpful ‘The sales assistant was particularly unhelpful. I won’t shop there again.’

to be rude ‘She was quite rude to the driver.’

to be dishonest ‘The behaviour of one of the companies working on the project was somewhat dishonest.’

Vocabulary, Audio, Example sentence / notes
laziness
‘They displayed a certain degree of laziness in their approach to the project.’
to be nasty
‘Some of the feedback comments we received were quite nasty.’
to be unfriendly
‘The shop staff were really unfriendly. I’ll shop elsewhere next time.’
to be lazy
‘He should have repaired the coffee machine last week, but he’s too lazy.’
to be impolite
‘It’s impolite to be late to a meeting.’
to be unhelpful
‘The sales assistant was particularly unhelpful. I won’t shop there again.’
to be rude
‘She was quite rude to the driver.’
to be dishonest
‘The behaviour of one of the companies working on the project was somewhat dishonest.’

Test questions

  • I don’t trust her - I think she is _____ .


  • They didn’t give us any instructions for using the shower, which was _____ .


  • He was _____ to me - he said some very cruel things.


  • It is _____ to answer your phone when you are a guest for dinner.


  • She is _____ and expects other people to do all the work.


  • He is always late for school because of his _____ .


  • It is _____ to leave the dinner table before everyone has finished their meal.


  • We thought she was _____ because she refused to talk to us.