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3. Thesaurus.com. Start your day with weird words, fun quizzes, and language stories.

Thesaurus.com is the world’s largest and most trusted free online thesaurus brought to you by Dictionary.com. For over 20 years, Thesaurus.com and dictionary.com, help us with English, giving sinonyms, antonyms origin of the words and examples from the we. You can also search results by relevance, word length, and complexity. They also have a word of the day service, and a few games, like crosswords, roundup, and up and down words, and some useful info about English…

Have you checked our list of useful resources lately?
Websites, apps, language lovers’ tips, tricks… check this week’s new one!

Have you checked our list of useful resources lately?
Websites, apps, language lovers’ tips, tricks… check this week’s new one!

Have you checked our list of useful resources lately?
Websites, apps, language lovers’ tips, tricks… check this week’s new one!

Have you checked our list of useful resources lately?
Websites, apps, language lovers’ tips, tricks… check this week’s new one!


interesting


really good


simply the best

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7. Google Word coach. A fun way to expand your vocabulary right from your search results.

It’s a google feature, only on mobile. It’s a quick game, about sinonyms and opposites. If you don’t know any word, at the end of the five questions’ round you can see the definitions. It has increasing levels, each time you do two perfect rounds you get a card to level up. The main downside is that it doesn’t seem to remember your score. If you close your search and try it again, you go back to 0 and have to level up from the start, so each time you play you start from the beginging.


mobile
free

7. Google Word coach. A fun way to expand your vocabulary right from your search results.

It’s a google feature, only on mobile. It’s a quick game, about sinonyms and opposites. If you don’t know any word, at the end of the five questions’ round you can see the definitions. It has increasing levels, each time you do two perfect rounds you get a card to level up. The main downside is that it doesn’t seem to remember your score. If you close your search and try it again, you go back to 0 and have to level up from the start, so each time you play you start from the beginging.

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