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    Good evening dear UE members.

    I didn't know where to put this topic so please don't blame me if my decision was wrong.

    I have been learning "English" for 7 school terms now. Until the tenth class I wasn't really interested in anything relating to school. Nowadays I know it was a big mistake because my vocabular isn't really huge.
    I really want to learn new vocabularies but I don't know where to start. Therefore I'am searching for a list of basic english vocabulary with or without german translations. I am a student so I don't want to learn slang but words which help me to get a big assortment.
    I don't want to use "He is big....He is uge....He is big....." and so on. I think you get my point.

    If you know any websites which could help me please feel free to post them into this topic.

    I would be very grateful.


    Greetings Maluues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maluues View Post
    Good evening dear UE members.

    I didn't know where to put this topic so please don't blame me if my decision was wrong.

    I have been learning "English" for 7 school terms now. Until the tenth class I wasn't really interested in anything relating to school. Nowadays I know it was a big mistake because my vocabular isn't really huge.
    I really want to learn new vocabularies but I don't know where to start. Therefore I'am searching for a list of basic english vocabulary with or without german translations. I am a student so I don't want to learn slang but words which help me to get a big assortment.
    I don't want to use "He is big....He is uge....He is big....." and so on. I think you get my point.

    If you know any websites which could help me please feel free to post them into this topic.

    I would be very grateful.


    Greetings Maluues
    Welcome.
    Well, this site will help you, naturally!
    You can post any questions here, and will be answered by knowledgeable native English-speakers. We try to discourage slang, and we teach only Standard English (although occasionally some threads digress).
    Just following the discussions will help you a great deal.
    Others might be able to help you with links to specific sites to suit your needs.
    Tschuss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maluues View Post
    Good evening dear UE members.

    I didn't know where to put this topic so please don't blame me if my decision was wrong.

    I have been learning "English" for 7 school terms now. Until the tenth class I wasn't really interested in anything relating to school. Nowadays I know it was a big mistake because my vocabular isn't really huge.
    I really want to learn new vocabularies but I don't know where to start. Therefore I'am searching for a list of basic english vocabulary with or without german translations. I am a student so I don't want to learn slang but words which help me to get a big assortment.
    I don't want to use "He is big....He is uge....He is big....." and so on. I think you get my point.

    If you know any websites which could help me please feel free to post them into this topic.

    I would be very grateful.


    Greetings Maluues
    Try a thesaurus, which will provide alternatives: Thesaurus.com

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