Vocabulary is all the words used by a particular person, or all the words that exist in a particular language or subject [Cambridge Dictionary]. Vocabulary may indeed refer to the collection of words known by an individual or by a large group of people. It may designate a physical object, such as a book, in which a collection of words is defined or explained. And it may name things other than words, such as "a list or collection of terms or codes available for use", "a set or list of nonverbal symbols", and "a set of expressive forms used in an art" [Merriam-Webster].
For practice, do the exercises below:
1. Complete the exercises.
2. Take note of how long it took you to complete them.
3. Take note of how many actions you need to complete them.
Your result will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
1. Speed: How long did it take you to complete them?
2. Accuracy: How many actions did you need to complete them?
Congratulations! You have completed the Vocabulary WebQuest, increased your vocabulary, and memorized it. Keep increasing your vocabulary, and don't forget to memorize it and use it in your daily life.