General English vocab trainer


New vocabulary


 

The test below includes the following new vocabulary:

Vocabulary Audio Example sentence / notes
population ‘This city has a population of over a million people.’

a fish and chip shop ‘There’s a fish and chip shop at the end of the road.’

a post office ‘I need to stop off at the post office on the way to buy some envelopes and stamps.’

a village ‘I live in a village with a pub, a church, a post office and about 200 houses.’

a town ‘I live in a small town with a population of around 20,000.’

a hospital ‘I fell and broke my ankle and had to go to hospital.’

a market ‘There’s a fruit and vegetable market in the town centre.’

a city centre ‘She lives close to the city centre.’

American English = ‘center’
Vocabulary, Audio, Example sentence / notes
population
‘This city has a population of over a million people.’
a fish and chip shop
‘There’s a fish and chip shop at the end of the road.’
a post office
‘I need to stop off at the post office on the way to buy some envelopes and stamps.’
a village
‘I live in a village with a pub, a church, a post office and about 200 houses.’
a town
‘I live in a small town with a population of around 20,000.’
a hospital
‘I fell and broke my ankle and had to go to hospital.’
a market
‘There’s a fruit and vegetable market in the town centre.’
a city centre
‘She lives close to the city centre.’

American English = ‘center’

Test questions

  • She’s going to the _____ because she fell down the stairs and broke her arm.


  • A _____ is bigger than a hamlet but smaller than a town.


  • The busiest part of a city for shops and services is the _____ .


  • I’d rather go to the _____ than the supermarket to do all my shopping.


  • You can usually choose between lots of different types of fish when you order food at a _____ .


  • I’m going to the _____ to send a letter.


  • A _____ is bigger than a village but not as big as a city.


  • The total number of people living in a particular area is called the _____.