Games, Puzzles and Quizzes This is games in teaching english collection of English vocabulary word lists with online activities that use these word lists. Vocabulary Word Lists You can study a set of words, then choose a game. Games, Puzzles and Quizzes Instead of studying the word list first, you can choose which game you want to play, then choose the set of words.
See a word with every other letter missing, guess what the word is, then see the answer. See a word with only its first and last letters, guess what the word is, then see the answer. See a word without the vowels, guess what the word is, then see the answer. See a word without the consonants, guess what the word is, then see the answer.
This hangman-like game gives you a few randomly-chosen letters to help you start. How many words can you correctly get before you run out of time. Try to guess the mystery word before you run out of guesses. The faster you type the words, the higher your score will be. Unscramble the word by clicking any two letters to exchange their places.
See a word with every other letter missing, then type in what word you think the computer has chosen. See a word with only its first and last letters, then type in what word you think the computer has chosen. With your friends, click the button and see who can be the first to guess the word. When you find one you don’t know, click a button to an online dictionary. Catch the falling letters in the correct order to spell the word. Click the letters in the correct order to spell the words.
Click the letters in the correct order to spell the mystery words. This kind of game is sometimes called “Concentration” or “Memory. This kind of game is sometimes called “Word Find” or “Hidden Words. You can choose a word list then choose which game to play or you can first choose a game, then choose which set of words you want to use. You can also jump from one game to another using the same word list.
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