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English to French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish - The Dependent Prepositions
A collection of verbs, adjectives and nouns, and their dependent prepositions - 100 Most Often Misspelled Words
Words that native English speakers often spell incorrectly.'s page of 1,000 high frequency words
the, of, and, a, to, in, is, you, that, it, ...

Xah's SAT Words and Definitions (Xah Lee)
A list of words that are likely to appear on the SAT. (College Entrance Exam) - Computer Vocabulary (David Oliver)
Basic Vocabulary Related to Computers

z_Grady Ward's Moby (Katerina Pastra)
Public domain word lists: Hyphenator, Pronunciator, Thesaurus, ... - Common Adverbs (David Oliver)
accidentally, afterwards, almost, anxiously, hungrily, promptly, selfishly, ...

z_www.EnglishClub.Com - A Chart of English Prefixes (Josef Essberger)
The most common English prefixes and their meanings.

z_www.EnglishClub.Com - Reference Library - Vocabulary (Tara Behari)
Days of the Week, Months of the Year, Colours, Numbers, ...

z_z_Frank's Wordlists
Afro-American, Native American, US Immigration, Environment, ...'s Glossary for Technical English
English words with English definitions.

z_z_z_Country - Language(s) - Nationality (Diana Campbell)
Afgahnistan - Pashto - Afghani; Albania - Albanian - Albanian; etc.

z_z_zzz_English Words from Chinese
catsup, chopstick, chop suey, chow, chow mein, dim sum, kumquat, soy, ... - Numbers (Dursun Dal)
See the number and how to read them: 1 = one, 2 = two, etc.

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