Are you up to speed on the Democratic primaries, the COVID-19 epidemic, and the so-called "coup of the century?" If not, we've got you covered with this list of vocabulary from these and other stories in the week's news.
Are you hungry for more Hunger Games? Do you love loud restaurants? What if we told you that fruit fly brains are really interesting? Stories that address these questions and more served up some choice vocabulary for this week's list from the culture, tech, and sports worlds.
Which are the 30 most evil tech companies? What's the oldest tree in the world? What's the longest winning streak in chess? These intriguing questions are all answered below, where you'll also find choice vocabulary from this week's tech, sports, and entertainment news.
Andrew Clements wrote many children's stories and books — by his own count, over 90 — and won dozens of awards for them. This list of vocabulary words comes from several of his most popular titles, including his debut novel Frindle.
A Thanksgiving mega-storm, more impeachment developments, and a proposal for longer school days round out our list of vocabulary from the week's top news stories. Bundle up and tuck in for a lexical feast!
From bans on fracking and vaping, to exciting green tech breakthroughs, to impeachment bombshells — we've followed the twists and turns of the week's news and collected words to satisfy the most voracious vocabularian.
Secret groups, "hedgehog hair", a record cold snap, and floods battering Venice: exciting times call for exciting words. We've gathered the choicest vocabulary from this week's news, which, let's face it, was mostly about politics and weather.
Looking for stories about a talking dog, a curved universe, and the insult that defines our era? Good news! We've assembled this list of terms from the week's top tech, entertainment, and science news.
From ancient sculptures to cutting-edge telepathy — with a roundabout detour to the World Series — we've roped together some of the most gutsy vocabulary from the week's arts, tech, and sports stories.
People power was in effect this week, with protests by citizens and employees making news around the world. We've gathered a crowd of fiery words from these stories to help you demonstrate your vocabulary mastery.
Unlike the friction, blazing fire, and super cannons that populate this lexicon based the week's top news stories, learning these words will not wear you down, burn you up, or be a waste of effort. We promise!
Is the old-fashioned menswear suit dead? Did Mitt Romney have the most boring secret Twitter of all time? Does not sleeping make us eat badly? Here's a roundup of current events words that are just as interesting as those questions, all of which are pulled from this week's entertainment, sports, and science stories.