100 Most Common English Words Quiz

Guess the most common words in the English Language, according to Oxford Online.
For the purposes of this quiz, conjugations count as the same word
For example, swam, swum and swimming would all count as "swim"
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Last updated: August 30, 2018
First submittedFebruary 16, 2013
Times taken492,977
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Word
The
Be
To
Of
And
A
In
That
Have
I
It
For
Not
Word
On
With
He
As
You
Do
At
This
But
His
By
From
They
Word
We
Say
Her
She
Or
An
Will
My
One
All
Would
There
Their
Word
What
So
Up
Out
If
About
Who
Get
Which
Go
Me
When
Make
Word
Can
Like
Time
No
Just
Him
Know
Take
People
Into
Year
Your
Word
Good
Some
Could
Them
See
Other
Than
Then
Now
Look
Only
Come
Word
Its
Over
Think
Also
Back
After
Use
Two
How
Our
Work
First
Word
Well
Way
Even
New
Want
Because
Any
These
Give
Day
Most
Us
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Level 20
Mar 20, 2011
I like this on good people. <<< hehe.
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Level 20
Feb 16, 2013
Hehe, I beat my old highscore :D! I say it helps reading people's comments, you can get a lot of common words out of them.
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Level 60
Dec 11, 2019
What is the reward though? The point of a quiz is to learn, not cheat.
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Level 47
Mar 13, 2020
I think OP meant looking at the comments to find words commonly used in a lot of them, not to people talking about the answers.
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Level 19
May 17, 2020
I got 51 so just over average but not that good. I felt stupid when I saw the answers.
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Level 32
Jun 10, 2020
Well, that's a LOT better than me.🤦‍♀️
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Level 35
Jun 8, 2011
was suprised that OTHER was there, as opposed to MONTH or DAY.
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Level 33
Sep 13, 2011
I got 50 and missed so many obvious ones.
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Level 54
Nov 3, 2011
i only got 53, when i saw the answers i felt pretty stupid... but i think i have an excuse - i'm norwegian.
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Level 81
Aug 18, 2018
Don't be so hard on yourself. It's OK to be Norwegian sometimes.
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Level 66
Jan 23, 2019
That's above the average score, and many Norwegian are great English speakers!
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Level 66
Nov 24, 2019
Norwegians*
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Level 47
Mar 13, 2020
Not you, apparently.
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Level 83
Apr 17, 2020
JackintheBox is actually really good at English. But everyone makes typing mistakes from time to time.
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Level 66
Apr 26, 2020
@Insaniot Hi Insaniot, you'll find that it was I myself who pointed out my accidental typographical error which I made ten months prior (and English is incidentally my first language). It is however true that on average, Norwegians tend to be more fluent in English that other foreigners, such as the French, Italians and Spaniards (see the English Proficiency Index).
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Level 71
May 10, 2020
Norwegians, Swedes and Dutch people have the best English out of any non native English speakers in my opinion. Most young adults that I meet from these countries are practically fluent.
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Level 47
Jun 14, 2020
In my defence, it's very hard to resist making a joke when someone makes a spelling mistake in a comment talking about speaking good English. It's probably the only scenario where correcting someone's grammar is funny.

That said, I do find it sweet that so many people came to defend you over a silly joke. We seem to have a lovely community here on JetPunk :)
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Level 66
Jul 27, 2020
@Tramp Don't forget the Danes!
@Insaniot JetPunk is great!
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Level 35
Apr 9, 2020
i wanna live in iceland when i grow up
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Level 16
Nov 19, 2011
higher than average, but till shoulda done wayyyy better
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Level 10
Dec 19, 2011
40 words, 40 %, better than 45 % of other quiz takers i'm not from us so i'm pretty proud of myself but i know a lot of the other words too
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Level 29
Jan 24, 2012
I got 55 by reciting the speech from Independence Day.
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Level 81
Aug 18, 2018
Most people memorize Shakespeare, poetry, the Bible, philosophical quotes....and Bill Pullman?
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Level 43
Mar 6, 2012
I'm interested to know how this information was collected. Very interesting. If it was in the present only I think number one would be OK and number 2 would be what.
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Level 37
Feb 16, 2015
I agree about "okay." Totally expected that one to be there. But I also thought the prepositions would be excluded. "of?" "at?" "an?" Give me a break. Verbs, nouns, and pronouns, would be much more interesting. Then we'd learn what subjects we talk about most and how self-absorbed or gossipy we actually are.
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Level 65
Oct 13, 2018
"Ok" is not there because it's not a word.
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Level 67
Feb 13, 2020
I also think this information may come from written english, which would probably reduce the number of times people say okay. I feel like it's used a lot more in conversation.
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Level 58
Sep 21, 2015
Word counts like these often use printed sources, such as the Library of Congress, or the Gutenberg corpus, which basically include every printed thing ever written. This is a fascinating video about this topic. :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCn8zs912OE
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Level 65
Mar 10, 2012
I only got 53. I noticed that it doesn't accepted "said" as a conjugation of "say", even though it should.
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Level ∞
Mar 10, 2012
"Said" will work now. Thanks.
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Level 58
May 10, 2012
This quiz needs more time. There are a lot of words to think about.
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Level 13
May 18, 2012
Got them all with 29 seconds to spare. I am quite the smarty, aren't I? JK. But I still got them all:)
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Level 9
May 21, 2012
67/100.. :/ sad because i knew all of them and didn't think!
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Level 49
Jul 4, 2012
"Could" and "would" are conjugations of "can" and "will", respectively.
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Level 20
Aug 9, 2012
Haha...got 100% with :37 seconds left...I'm a nerd. =P
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Level 15
Jan 5, 2017
I got :59 seconds left
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Level 9
Nov 1, 2016
should is shall's too.
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Level 81
Dec 22, 2018
Should has a life of its own, just as might is a form of may in the strictest sense, but has a very wide range of meaning.
Very few people use the word shall any more. Those who do generally do not use shall and will correctly.
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Level 38
Apr 12, 2018
Agree with you - this contradicts the rules given at the top.
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Level 52
Apr 9, 2020
Mmh, could can/could be used as a synonym of can - can a conjugation do that?
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Level 25
Nov 5, 2012
me neither about 'year' which is prob why only 7% of ppl get it
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Level 75
Nov 23, 2012
Um should be a word! Haha I was saying it a lot while trying to do this quiz :)
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Level 44
Dec 25, 2012
How did "Schadenfreude" not make the list?
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Level 44
Feb 17, 2013
thinking the same thing...
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Level 37
Feb 16, 2015
3 syllables. I took a class in Business Communications once where they counted the 3 syllable words in a sample of our writing. It tells them the grade level you are speaking to--which for me was 19th because that's how far I went in school. But it unnerves people who may not be as educated. (One secretary thought I used big words so that she wouldn't understand what she was typing. *head hits desk*) People out in the world have serious problems with 3 or more syllables--at least in the U.S. That's why they dumbed everything down. People don't tell you they can't understand, they just say they are "bored" or they wander away...a problem if you need them to read something or to listen.
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Level 71
Apr 6, 2017
Yeah, that's totally why Schadenfreude didn't make the list.
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Level 67
Jun 27, 2019
Pretty sure schadenfreude has 4 syllables..... I wonder how you thought there are 3. Did you make it schaden-freu-de or scha-den-freude.
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Level 67
Jun 27, 2019
Wanderlust should definitely be on here though ^^ love that expression. (And it has 3 syllables)
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Level 41
Jan 15, 2013
Very fun
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Level 80
Jan 20, 2013
I Got Some But I Know Most Of These.
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Level 35
Apr 9, 2020
i have docoded you message, kal. :)
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Level 65
Feb 17, 2013
Neat, but if I may offer a suggestion: The most common nouns, verbs, and adjectives without pronouns or prepositions would be a great quiz. I have no doubt the words listed are the most common, but this kind of became a "how many pronouns and prepositions can I rattle off?" game after a bit. I'd love to know what words are the most common without those two word types (plus I think it would tell us a lot about how people think!!! "Sex" and "beer" would be on there for sure...) Nonetheless, I did enjoy this. Thanks!!
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Level 80
Mar 10, 2013
Your wish is granted. I just made 3 quizzes for nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Actually they were the 3 easiest quizzes I ever made... You may be disappointed to find that beer and sex are not on the nouns quiz... but you can also claim that the list was biased because that one was put together by Brigham Young University.
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Level 37
Feb 16, 2015
Thanks! I had the same wish to see those words as jmellor13.
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Level 32
Feb 17, 2013
Interesting that "no" is included, but not "yes".
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Level 56
Feb 2, 2017
Probably because no is used to convey a lack of something, "I had no idea what I was doing." If you had an idea you wouldn't say "I had yes idea what I was doing."
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Level 67
Jun 27, 2019
Great point
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Level 17
Mar 9, 2013
This is an awesome quiz! Great job!
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Level 15
Mar 18, 2013
great one
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Level 24
Jun 27, 2013
...And now I kinda feel like an idiot.
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Level 70
Mar 3, 2020
A real idiot doesn't know that he is an idiot.
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Level 13
Jul 9, 2013
It was a challenge, but I'm proud to say that I did get them all - with very little time to spare.. but still got them all! Wooop!
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Level 36
May 24, 2017
I'll add a word... Horsesh**. Like your comment
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Level 20
Jul 18, 2013
Good quiz... But then you feel stupid when you see the ones that you missed! Managed to get 65/100. It would probably help if they were in alphabetical order...
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Level 29
Sep 16, 2013
Listening to people talk helps immensely while talking this quiz.
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Level 64
Apr 10, 2017
Singing songs in your head helps a lot too.
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Level 49
Nov 3, 2013
If I had 15 minutes I could answer all of them easily.
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Level 80
Dec 18, 2013
I turned my EFL students on to this quiz the other day and they loved it.
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Level 65
Jan 12, 2017
Those English as a Fourteenth Language students are a barrel of fun :).
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Level 80
Apr 6, 2017
I feel silly saying this because obviously you would make sure you were totally up to speed on all the industry lingo and acronyms before making such a comment, but EFL stands for English as a Foreign Langauge. ESL isn't really used anymore, in favor of EFL and ESOL and other more accurate acronyms.
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Level 57
Apr 30, 2017
I heard of EAL where I am, and I don't know what it stands for :P
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Level 54
Aug 24, 2017
He obviously meant 'fortieth'. Dude.
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Level 49
Sep 13, 2020
fourth?
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Level 67
Jul 4, 2017
how did they do?
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Level 80
Aug 6, 2018
some better than others
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Level 59
Mar 12, 2014
It would sure be nice to if the words guessed were displayed alphabetically so that we could quickly find the ones already guessed if we want to see which ones we have already guessed (for sure) ... I realize that the Quiz-maker here wanted to list the words in order of most commonly used words in the English language .... But, couldn't these cardinal numberings be listed in parentheses after all the words? And that way the answers could all be filled into an alphabetical chart. Please consider this evolution! Thanks very much!
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Level 7
Apr 29, 2014
got 56!!should've gotten more. :(
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Level 50
Jun 25, 2014
68, beat 93.1%... pretty good!
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Level 34
Jul 10, 2014
What is the reference source for this quiz? How do we know these are dfinitvely the 100 most common English words? American or British English? Always cite your source.
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Level 43
Aug 20, 2014
On account of you just used quite a number of them in your comment, as did I, I'd say a source isn't exactly required.
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Level 44
Jul 30, 2014
All those adverbs! Could never regurgitate them on the fly.
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Level 70
Sep 23, 2017
Poor little fly......
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Level 66
Apr 26, 2020
From the Oxford Dictionary of English: on the fly—while in motion or progress.
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Level 17
Oct 18, 2014
Am I the only one who read everything on the page for words to use? xD
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Level 33
Feb 25, 2017
no
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Level 43
Oct 25, 2017
I used my TV guide and found quite a few words in there from the details for various programmes.
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Level 53
Oct 25, 2017
I went through poems.
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Level 46
Nov 24, 2017
I frantically searched through song lyrics in my mind, lol
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Level 45
Nov 27, 2017
I was listening to music while doing the quiz, so i just used the lyrics :p
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Level 83
Feb 22, 2020
I tried using the Bee Movie script.
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Level 20
Oct 28, 2014
55/100 :) :P
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Level 14
Jan 14, 2018
56. Weeeee
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Level 42
Nov 30, 2014
there's no YES on the list? weird
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Level 22
Oct 12, 2017
And "ok"
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Level 21
Jan 8, 2015
100/100 3:07 left, no cheating, it's just I have my own quizzes like this.
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Level 58
Feb 16, 2015
When I typed "is" it gave me "be".
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Level 82
Feb 16, 2015
Dang crazy English language...am, is, are, was, were....all from the verb "to be."
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Level 14
Feb 16, 2015
I answered yes and it didn't accept it. Please add yes.
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Level 44
Nov 13, 2017
Why would "yes" be added? This isn't something that the quiz maker just whipped up randomly, this is based off the most commonly used words. If yes isn't on this quiz, it shouldn't be.
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Level 36
Feb 16, 2015
listening to music while doing this quiz helps.
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Level 28
Feb 16, 2015
Most of these words are prepositions. If you did the preposition song in school, reciting it would get about 50%
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Level 21
Feb 19, 2015
Only scored 63, but at least I got use. How did only 7% get use?
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Level 21
Feb 19, 2015
One time though, I got 100% with, I can't remember, but I think it was a little over 3:00 left.
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Level 23
Feb 20, 2015
I wonder how come 'no' is on the list but'yes' is not. Strange
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Level 39
Jul 19, 2015
can and could should count as the same word?
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Level 70
Sep 23, 2017
Unfortunately for you words that are spelt differently are counted as different words, it's a cruel world I know.
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Level 64
May 21, 2019
but they come from the same verb : can, no?
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Level 72
Sep 22, 2015
I've taken this quiz several times and have got all of the words at least once, but never at the same time.
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Level 64
Oct 14, 2015
Did anyone else get a large portion of them by reciting the opening paragraph of "Harry Potter" to themselves? lol...
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Level 77
Dec 6, 2015
I recited one of the Shakespeare speeches I know by heart. Got me quite a lot actually. "Lest" and "thy", sadly, no longer appear too much in the lexicon, though.
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Level 70
Sep 23, 2017
I recited Richard III opening........ "Now is the winter of our discontent etc.............
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Level 55
Oct 18, 2015
Took me about 40 attempts but finally nailed 100 from memory alone. Whoo!
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Level 63
Nov 28, 2015
You gave 14 answers away in the instructions and title. SAT replacement vocabulary may benefit you!
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Level 71
Mar 17, 2016
I was about to click "give up", but then I realized that "give" and "up" were probably both answers. Also I got at least 10 answers from the quiz description.
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Level 46
Mar 29, 2016
only 97 percent know a now thats disappoinrting
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Level 34
Apr 24, 2016
Sad to see that "love" was not in the top 100.
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Level 17
Apr 28, 2016
I got 50... not awful.... but still - I use all of these words at least once a day! :0 I have no idea how I forgot so many of these... especially 'And'. :/
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Level 57
Jul 3, 2016
isn't 'could' a form of 'can'?
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Level 70
Sep 23, 2017
The baked beans came in a tin-could........... no that's not right!
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Level 43
Aug 4, 2016
I wonder why 'no' is in this list and 'yes' isn't...
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Level 62
Sep 6, 2016
34. Where's the nearest cliff :-(
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Level 65
Sep 14, 2016
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most_common_words_in_English
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Level 55
Sep 19, 2016
i just started to put in the lyrics from the fresh prince and got many of them :D
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Level 25
Oct 1, 2016
red why
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Level 12
Oct 11, 2016
Just read the nearest thing to you, like I did, then you will get some words.
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Level 44
Feb 17, 2017
Um?
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Level 46
Feb 21, 2017
Nowadays, you know what should have made this list? Trump. I swear that's all people talk about.
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Level 74
Apr 7, 2017
Maybe they do, but they refer to him as You-Know-Who... and those three words are already on the list.
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Level 44
Feb 24, 2017
Cheating in this quiz just means scrolling down to the comments and typing the shortest words you see
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Level 60
Mar 3, 2017
got 69
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Level 62
Mar 3, 2017
I feel like an idiot when the time runs out.
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Level 62
Apr 6, 2017
What does it say about our society that "no" is on here, but "yes" is not.
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Level 55
Apr 16, 2017
It says that 'no' has a much broader grammatical function than 'yes': There is 'no' milk in the fridge 'No' dogs allowed I am 'no' fool etc.
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Level 51
Sep 2, 2017
However, good is here but not bad; up is here but not down
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Level 58
Aug 15, 2019
I think yes is more often used in spoken language
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Level 67
Feb 14, 2020
Nah
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Level 60
Apr 6, 2017
was even fun to have
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Level 44
Apr 6, 2017
53/100
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Level 44
Apr 6, 2017
My aim was to get at least half
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Level 65
Apr 12, 2017
Love this quiz. Still trying to get 100%, but there's always a word that slips out... then, than, that...you get the drift.
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Level 6
Apr 27, 2017
31
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Level 53
Apr 29, 2017
73/100
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Level 9
May 20, 2017
Clue: A lot of the words are from the song Hello, by adele XD
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Level 24
Jun 26, 2017
Ok...i thought i did a horrible job, only 48/100! And i still got 3/5 points!Wow.
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Level 23
Jul 20, 2017
I got 70
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Level 53
Jul 20, 2017
I love that want appears and need doesn't. And take comes before think, work, and give isn't on at all.
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Level 70
Jul 30, 2017
Anyone else forget "and"?
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Level 25
Aug 7, 2017
100/100 with 56 sec left :/
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Level 39
Aug 18, 2017
It's funny how 'no' is on there but 'yes' isn't. Also, 'over' and 'think' are next to each other.
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Level 68
Aug 23, 2017
Amazing quiz and a challenging time amount. Sometimes it's nice to have a quiz with a time amount that makes it really hard to ace the first or even the second time for most people. I kept thinking of more and more words and yet I didn't get them all. How fun. Makes you realize just how many words we use every day that are not the nouns and verbs we usually focus on when it comes to vocabulary.
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Level 17
Aug 29, 2017
sooo.. are we not going to discuss the fact that 3% did not even press the letter "A" ?
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Level 43
Sep 6, 2017
It would be nice if it was arranged in columns like "verbs" etc.
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Level 77
Sep 6, 2017
I Think the "F-word" is spoken out alot more than average of these words
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Level 80
Sep 21, 2017
it depends on what they are using for the corpus. If it were taken from transcriptions of conversations in fraternities and pubs, yeah probably. If it's academic texts or magazine articles, probably not.
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Level 81
Dec 22, 2018
There are a few F-words on here.
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Level 67
Jun 27, 2019
Yea it is used nearly as often as the smurfs use the smurf word. They use it for sm*rfing everything!!
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Level 31
Oct 6, 2017
Did anyone else just start talking to themselves and trying every word they said?
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Level 47
Dec 28, 2017
I did.
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Level 54
Oct 11, 2017
Now write a story using each of them only once.
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Level 59
Nov 17, 2018
I had a go, it doesn't make much sense.

Be good to the people of time. And in that, have a good day. Do it not for me, but as I see you on with this. At his will, by he, they come from, say, she or we. An even one would get my out there. Her "what?" , their "so?" go up if just about him. When can who like which make? Take into your year some " no". Could them, other than two. Now then, look. Its only use: "think back over". Also, how our work want, well, first, any new way after us. Because these give most.
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Level 67
Dec 2, 2019
This whst it feels like hearing some people talk sometimes. But nod and say uhu uhu, but then think what are they actually saying? A lot of words but it is going nowhere.

On the flipside, sometimes it us the receiver (me) when I'm very ill, tired, or have a fever, it can sort of sound like that, only words and having lost direction. Eventhough in reality they are making perfect sense (and in those cases my own comprehensability drops aswell... I think I have often typed some vague stuff on here.., concentration is often out the window due to my health. Weirdly enough, I cán concentrate on the quizzes themselves))

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Level 24
Nov 12, 2017
Got 49. Happy I got the whole first column. Mad about the obvious ones I missed. I went through pronouns and forgot we and you!
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Level 21
Feb 12, 2018
lol, i love how people need to cheat on these kinds of things. I got 100% with no cheating. But I will admit that it tried "why" multiple time before I gave up. "Why" should be on this.
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Level 60
Feb 20, 2018
Suprised there are no cusses there :)
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Level 65
Mar 2, 2018
If have no clue if the people who enjoyed this quiz would also enjoy Clueless #15.
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Level 67
Mar 2, 2018
Interesting to see which words don't overlap with the Spanish one
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Level 44
Apr 4, 2018
The pronoun song, “Rufus Xavier Sarsparilla” is the best song ever for figuring this out. Try it!
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Level 38
Apr 12, 2018
are could and can not related ?
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Level 18
May 14, 2018
Well, I got 37 when the average is 40, but I got some of the least guessed ones they had.
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Level 28
May 15, 2018
This was fun. At first I felt bad about getting only 50, but felt relieved when I saw the average score. Tough quiz, but interesting!
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Level 63
Jun 8, 2018
where is microwave
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Level 58
Aug 7, 2018
I can't believe that it doesn't accept, "pimpmobile".
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Level 21
Aug 20, 2018
No is
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
55, apparently that beats 86% ! I thought getting about half was not that good, bbut apparently it is not bad at all
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Level 35
Dec 18, 2018
85/100 beats 96% of people.
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Level 52
Dec 20, 2018
Why is "his" an individual answer, but not "hers"?
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Level 51
May 29, 2019
probably because 'hers' is not one of the 100 most commonly used english words, whereas 'his' is; the list does feature 'her' though
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Level 67
Jun 27, 2019
You can say his house, but not hers house. (You say it is his and it is hers though, so his has got a double function)
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Level 46
Dec 31, 2018
Can't believe I only got 59
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Level 35
Mar 13, 2019
After the quiz you just feel stupid
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Level 20
May 26, 2019
Nice quiz!
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Level 44
Jun 5, 2019
A great strategy is to look around the page for any words that seem probable if you can't think of any lol
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Level 65
Jun 21, 2019
That moment I tried to write 'soon' and instead got both 'so' and 'on'.
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Level 30
Jul 21, 2019
Nice quiz. :D I only got one person taking one of my quizzes yesterday :P
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Level 24
Jul 29, 2019
73 word yaaay
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Level 48
Jul 30, 2019
The comments really helped. I looked for pronouns and possessive pronouns like I, me, my and she, her and you, your
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Level 62
Sep 17, 2019
This quiz should be renamed to: "In six minutes you will feel really dumb."
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Level 56
Oct 30, 2019
NO YES?
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Level 67
Dec 2, 2019
Maybe..
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Level 39
Jan 13, 2020
53 could get more if i cheat but that's just not me
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Level 80
Feb 12, 2020
So I need to improve my score on this by 10 to get the word badge.
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Level 67
Feb 14, 2020
That is what brought me here aswell. And also need to get 10 more. But dont like to take it two times in a row. I would make it if I do it again right now. But for me personally that feels like cheating (not saying it is when others do it) I rather wait a couple of weeks before trying again. Though this is one of those quizzes where each time, you might miss a different 5 answers, so getting them all but never at the same time to get a perfect.
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Level 67
Mar 4, 2020
Got it, 4th time :) I think I need one other thing still for the badge
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Level 80
Feb 19, 2020
ack! 72 on this attempt... missed by 3.
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Level 80
Aug 11, 2020
same exact score this time. Only off by 3. :P
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Level 36
Feb 20, 2020
As soon as the timer runs out, we all smack our heads saying, "How did I not think of that?"
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Level 18
Feb 21, 2020
I forgot 'and' *head hits wall*
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Level 80
Feb 22, 2020
I know they have no infinitive, but can/could and will/would are forms of the same verbs, aren't they?
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Level 80
Feb 22, 2020
Depends on how they are being used.
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Level 80
Feb 23, 2020
I guess the homonyms are separated.
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Level 80
Feb 23, 2020
Just a remark, I don't know if it's meant to work like that, but I just earned the words badge by taking the quiz untimed...
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Level 67
Mar 4, 2020
Personally I don't think untimed should earn badges, sort of takes away the purpose of badges.
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Level 35
Feb 24, 2020
My missed words included: Just Look Its Over. Think Back After Our First Day. Us.
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Level 25
May 12, 2020
but if you got use you must have got us
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Level 67
Mar 4, 2020
Because people... those are the longest words, because... people.

Got the 75/100 I was after, there were 8 words I never tried in any of my attempts: with, make, know, just, into, well, new, use

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Level 35
Apr 9, 2020
why on earth is Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious not on the list ?!?!?
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Level 25
May 12, 2020
not really funny
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Level 78
Aug 25, 2020
Was that reply really necessary?
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Level 71
May 10, 2020
I try this quiz every few months in an attempt to get the word badge, but I can never get past the 60s.
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Level 25
May 12, 2020
2:02 remaining
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Level 32
Jun 10, 2020
Oh gosh, I literally only got 45. I feel utterly stupid.🤦‍♀️😳
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Level 65
Jun 12, 2020
Fun fact! The second most used word is used half as much as the first, the third one third as much, etc. This is called Zipf’s law, and it applies to many things!
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Level 38
Jul 9, 2020
The description says that conjugations count as one word, and in practice suppletive conjugations like "am" and "is" are counted as just "be". Then why isn't a suppletive conjugation like "us" counted together with "we"?
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Level 18
Aug 27, 2020
This just reminds me of my school spelling test! 🤣🤣🤣
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Level 82
Sep 3, 2020
It took me 16 attempts over three years to finally get above 75 and earn the words badge, but today I've finally done it with 77 answers correct!
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Level 21
Sep 28, 2020
No is used more than yes :D