the 100 used words more in English

The 100 used words more in English.

1.000.000 of words (yes, with its 6 ceritos). That one is approximately the number of words on which it counts the Anglo-Saxon language. To try to learn all of them can be an odyssey. So it is normal that you ask yourself: which are the used words more in English thus centering me in them?

Nevertheless, before entering matter it agrees that you know a series data: first of everything it is that to speak of more or less fluid form it is required to know how some 1000 words in English, whereas a British average at the time uses to day about 3000 terms. And finally, that not less important, you have to know that the majority of the used words more of the English language is verbs, determinants, prepositions, conjunctions€¦ and not as much names.

Shelp this; why then we reunited in this article 100 words and not 1000 or 3000?

Mainly because we are firm defenders to learn vocabulary little to little. Slowly but without pause. We go, that does not agree that you DES a again lexical stuffing (no matter how much they are the words more used to learn English) or you will end up detesting the language of Shakespeare.

Anyway, yes it is truth that all those other so common words of the English is necessary to learn them. With head that yes: grouped semantically, putting them in practice to favor its memory, etc. and that it is indeed what we are going to try to do today here, as well as in our courses of English. Where we tried that new vocabulary of natural way is internalised all, and not memorising it as a parrot (by very adorable and colorful that is).

But we go in one go to the mess! Taking paper and pencil (or assure you to keep this article in your computer to have it always present), and we go there with the 100 words more used of English and the their translated meaning the Spanish. Because we do not say it, but because an equipment of €œOxford English Dictionary€ was in charge of its study 😉

Which are the 100 used words more in English?

  •  The: .
  •  It sees: to be or to be.
  •  To: to, towards, even, by, it stops.
  •  Of: of.
  •  And: and.
  •  A: , One (as long as the following word does not begin by €œA€. In those cases €œAn€ uses).
  •  In: in, within (although €œOn€ and €œAT€ they also mean €œIn€. In the future we will analyze his differences).
  •  That: that, eso/e/a, aquello/a, what.
  •  Have: to have, to have and to take (drunk or eaten)
  •  I: I.
  •  It: he, (applied to things or animal, never to people), that, this.
  •  For: it stops.
  •  Not: not (to form negative orations).
  •  On: in, on (although it remembers that sometimes, instead of €œOn€, €œAT€ is used or €œIn€).
  •  With: with.
  •  I have: he.
  •  Ace: as (adverb)
  •  You: you, you, you, vosotros/as.
  •  Do: to do.
  •  AT: to, in (what has been shelp; one does not take well with €œIn€ nor with €œOn€).
  •  This: esto/a.
  •  But: but.
  •  His: his (adjective possessive applied to masculine names).
  •  By: by.
  •  From: of, from.
  •  They: Ellos/as.
  •  We: nosotros/as.
  •  Say: to say.
  •  Her: his (adjective possessive applied to feminine names).
  •  She: she.
  •  Or: or.
  •  An: , una/o, unas/os.
  •  Will: will, and to formulate the futures in English (as we taught to you in €œWhen to use the different futures in English€
  •  My: my.
  •  One: one.
  •  All: todo/a, todos/as.
  •  Would: conditional, completion €“ it laughs (in the future we have thought an article on modal verbs that could interest 😉 very much to you).
  •  There: there, there.
  •  Their: su/s.
  •  What: what.
  •  Under: thus, so.
  •  Up: it arrives.
  •  Out: outside, outside, far.
  •  If: if (applied conditional, of which by the way we wrote the following article: €œConditional in English: how to use them correctly€
  •  About: on, about.
  •  Who: who.
  •  Get: to obtain.
  •  Which: which, which.
  •  Go: to go.
  •  Me: I, me, my.
  •  When: when, when.
  •  Make: to do.
  •  Dog: to be able (between its many and varied meanings; but this one is the one that is used more).
  •  Like: to like, as (adverb).
  •  Time: time.
  •  Not: no.
  •  Just: , just, to only finish of.
  •  Him: he.
  •  Know: to know, to know.
  •  Take: to take.
  •  People: people, people.
  •  Into: within, in, against.
  •  Year: year.
  •  Your: tu/tus (possessive).
  •  Good: good.
  •  Some: something, some, some.
  •  Could: it could (another modal verb of that also we will speak in the future).
  •  Them: they, (possessive).
  •  See: to see.
  •  Other: otra/o.
  •  Than: that.
  •  Then: then.
  •  Now: now.
  •  Look: to look, search, to see, parecer/se, to observe.
  •  Only: only, only, only
  •  It eats: to come, to arrive, to happen, to happen.
  •  Its: his.
  • Over: upon, over, above, by above, through.
  • Think: to think.
  • Also: also.
  • Back: of return, back, back.
  • After: later, after, after.
  • It uses: to use, use.
  • Two: two.
  • How: how, as.
  • Our: nuestro/a.
  • Work: work, to work.
  • First: primero/a.
  • Well: well.
  • Way: way, way, method, form, way, direction, passage, route (we go, that does not walk lacking of meaning).
  • Even: , still, even even.
  • New: new.
  • Want: to want.
  • Because: because.
  • Any: alguno/a, cualquier/a.
  • These: these, these.
  • Give: to give.
  • Day: day.
  • Most: the majority, the greater number, the maximum.
  • U.S.: us, we.

Nevertheless, and as we shelp at the outset, it sees little by little with this vocabulary. Being only 100 words it even agrees that you study them in groups of, at the most, 20 terms. That yes, every day tries to learn a few palabrejas new. Thus, after the time, you will be able to display a vocabulary of most extensive 🙂

Anyway, if you have doubts with some word in particular nor think it to you: leave your questions us in the plank of commentaries and immediately we will respond to you.

After all to know in what they are different €œIn€, €œOn€ and €œAT€, or to learn to use the modal ones in English correctly is not simple task. Indeed they are doubts (and sometimes errors€¦) so frequent that, week to week, we will try to go giving answer to them all of them.

Again and as always we will defend: despacito but without pause 😉