Level 1: For Level 1, about 80% of questions will come from the word list below.
Level 2: If you reach Level 2, then we believe that you are really good with your spellings. Hence, we are not providing any word list for the Level 2 exam. We would love to see you compete with your peers across India and abroad, and give a brilliant performance.
Variety of questions based on the following word list. Different format of questions are available here.
STEM Words: appliance, astronomy, atmosphere, broadcasting, canyon, celestial, communication, cosmic, cosmogony, cosmography, crust, degradation, density, electricity, equipment, erosion, extinct, gadget, galaxy, glacier, gravitation, joystick, landmass, livelihood, loam, magma, membrane, microscope, organism, oxygen, revolution, species, toxic, visual, wildlife
Household Items: bedding, blanket, blender, blower, bookcase, ceiling, conditioner, dryer, geyser, mattress, microwave, refrigerator, utensil
Agriculture: agronomy, biofuel, breeding, cereal, decomposition, domestication, drought, fertilizer, gardening, harvest, insecticide, peasant, plantation, poultry, textile
Government Affairs: account, allegiance, article, balance, ballot, budget, cabinet, census, chronicle, chronology, constitution, coordination, court, executive, freedom, judiciary, legislative, liberty, parliament, president, procedure, resemble, strategy
Occupation: accountant, architect, assistant astronomer, beautician, carpenter, chauffeur, engineer firefighter, hairdresser, historian, journalist, magician, musician
Words from Diary of a Wimpy Kid: appetite, bouquet, brace, catalogue, complicate, considerate, disappoint, dismantle, embarrass, extinguisher, journal, popularity, ridiculous, scramble, scratch, worthless
Prefix: anti(biotic, dote, etc.) de(escalate, frost, value, etc.) il(legal, logical, etc.), im(possible, etc.), ir(responsible, etc.), mono(chrome, tone, etc.), pre(determine, fix, etc.), re(affirm, discover, turn, etc.), semi(circle, final, etc.), super(star, etc.), trans(port, etc.), tri(cycle, etc.)
Suffix (able, age, al, ant, ate, cy, en, ful, ian, ic, ion): prevent(able), pilgrim(age), wreck(age), nature(al), vigil(ant), affection(ate), accurate(cy), candidate(cy), strength(en), wonder(ful), library(ian), magic(ian), alcohol(ic), workahol(ic), create(ion), narrate(ion)
Adjectives: abandoned, absolute, adjacent, aggressive, aggressive, ancient, apparent, approximate, approximate, ashamed, attractive, available, baggy, bare, biodegradable, boisterous, bountiful, brilliant, caring, challenging, comfortable, continent, convenient, cosmic, courageous, courteous, devastated, disposable, disposable, equivalent, excellent, excited, extinct, faithful, feeble, frigid, generous, gigantic, gigantic, grateful, hilarious, impatient, imperative, impressive, inappropriate, incredible, industrious, loyal, medicinal, miniature, noble, primitive, realistic, return, savage, shrewd, slender, solitary, stern, sustainable, thrifty, transparent, unique, wealthy
Adverbs: adoringly, awkwardly, clumsily, competitively, decisively, easily, everywhere, normally, really, regularly, repeatedly, sometimes, terribly, timidly, usually
Abstract Nouns: amusement, anger, contentment, courage, embarrassment, excitement, guilt, laughter, relief, sentiment
Verbs: abdicate, accelerate, accustom, acknowledge, acquit, affirm, amend, astound, behold, besiege, blaze, bother, contaminate, emerge, encourage, ensure, escalate, evade, exasperate, exhibit glitter, grizzle, hinder, illuminate, intrigue, prohibit, recognize, repudiate, revive, sparkle, stare, sympathize, wander
Synonyms: admit-confess, alike-same, artisan-craftsman, barren-infertile, blunder-mistake, bruise-injury, coarse-rough, continue-progress, create-invent, crumble-collapse, delicious-tasty, depart-leave, elegant-graceful, fascinate-attract, fierce-violent, grumpy-irritable, humble-respectful, insight-perception, mirth-happiness, obedient-respectful, religious-spiritual, significance-importance, thrill-excitement
Antonyms: artificial-natural, ascend-descend, attractive-repulsive, beautiful-ugly, bitter-sweet, bravery-cowardice, brighten-fade, broad-narrow, bully-boost, clumsy-graceful, command-assist, cruel-compassionate, frighten-comfort, hinder-allow, protest-agree, regard-ignore, studious-lethargic, plump-skinny, plunder-protect, tempt-discourage, tremble-calm
Proverbs: A bad workman always blames his tools, A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, A chain is only as strong as its weakest link, A journey of thousand miles begins with a single step, Actions speak louder than words, Adversity and loss make a man wise, All that glitters is not gold, An empty vessel makes much noise, An idle brain is the devil’s workshop, Cleanliness is next to Godliness, Don’t count your chickens before they hatch, Don’t kill the goose that lays the golden eggs, Early bird catches the worm, Every cloud has a silver lining, Every man is the architect of his destiny, Fortune favours the brave, Good things come to those who wait, Hope for the best, prepare for the worst, If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself, Necessity is the mother of invention, The pen is mightier than the sword, There is no time like the present, To gain something you have to lose something
Idioms: a dime a dozen, a penny saved is a penny earned, a piece of cake, an eye for an eye and a tooth for tooth, barking up the wrong tree, between the devil and the deep blue sea, bite off more than you can chew, blow your own trumpet, burn the candle at both ends, eat like a horse, give someone the benefit of the doubt, head in the clouds, in the same breath, keep someone at arm’s length, left out in the cold, once in a blue moon, pay someone back in his/her own coin, see eye to eye, sell like hot cakes, small cog in a large wheel, take away your breath
Compound Words: babysitter, backstage, backtrack, barefoot, basketball brainstorm, campfire, candlestick, chairperson, championship, cornmeal, countdown, counterpart, courtyard, crossover, daredevil, dashboard, dishwasher, eardrum, fingernail, flowerpot, guard rail, lighthouse, meanwhile, pancake, popcorn, roommate, skateboard, somewhere, spokesperson, therefore, underdog
Homonyms & Homophones: accept-except, addition-edition, allowed-aloud, ate-eight, bale-bail, band-bend, break-brake, ceiling-sealing, cellar-seller, cell-sell, cite-site, dear-deer, die-dye, dual-duel, fair-fare, new-knew
Words with Silent Letters: align, ascend, assign, autumn, badge, campaign, Christmas, crescent, cupboard, design, edge, foreign, hustle, kneel, knob, psychology, resign, wreck, wrinkle
Double Letter Words: annul, append, baggage, broom, deed, errand, esteem, heed, hull, immune, juggle, luggage, rugged, savvy
Evil Words (Words likely to be spelt incorrectly): achievement, catastrophe, compassion, description, etiquette, guardian, isthmus, mischief, mosquito, orchestra, repetition, restaurant, sanctuary, trumpet, variety
It's a Rapid Fire section wherein students would be required to listen to audio and write the spellings of the words.
This section will be based on the above-given word list.
Note: The syllabus will also include Word List from Classes 1-4. Upto 20% of the questions may have words outside of the above list. For any improvements or suggestions, do write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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