As an English language learner or a teacher, you might wonder whether you REALLY know the most frequent 5,000 words in English. If you would like to resolve your doubt and be confident in your vocabulary knowledge, please take the following FREE test. The name of the test is New Vocabulary Levels Test.
WHAT does this test tell you about your English vocabulary?
This test will tell you the number of words you know in each level. And, each level tests your knowledge of 1,000 English words. Because the test has 5 levels, the test will measure your vocabulary knowledge of 5,000 words.
This test has 5 parts (=5,000 words). First, you will be asked to take Part 1, then Part 2 … and so on. Each part has 30 questions. In total, there are 150 questions in the test. It is very quick.
You might know all the words in Part 1 but the test gets more and more difficult as you move along. At the end, your total score for each level will appear.
Please, remember that the words will become more and more difficult from Part 1 to Part 5. Do not feel nervous – JUST DO YOUR BEST!
HOW to take the test?
Step 1: Click the button below.
Step 2: Match the definition with the words (see example below):
Step 3: There are five parts in the test so TAKE ALL THE FIVE PARTS to see your test result.
Step 4: To see your final result, provide the test developers with basic information (e.g., your education, gender …) at the very end.
WHAT should I do next?
After you take the test, you will be given a chart that illustrates how many words you might know per level.
If you feel comfortable, please, let us know how well you did on the test and what your vocabulary score was in each level. Depending on your vocabulary level, Akmal or I should be able to give you some tips to help you improve your vocabulary.
Finally – TAKE THE TEST AND BE THE BEST! :)
about the author
I’m Ulugbek Nurmukhamedov. In Uzbekistan, my friends call me Ulug’bek. In the US, almost all of my friends call me Bek. I was born and raised in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Since 2004, I have been doing most of my academic work in the USA. Read more about me here.