• My Vote For Vocabulary Words
Vocabulary WordsMeanings
fondloving; liking very much
foodthe things we eat to keep us alive
foola silly; person
foolishsilly; stupid; not wise
footthe part of the body you stand on. The same word also means a measure of 12 inches
footballa team game in which you kick a ball and try to score goals
footpatha path or part of the road where people can walk but vehicles are not allowed
footprintthe mark someone’s foot leaves in wet sand or soft earth
footstepthe sound a foot makes when walking
forbidto command or order someone not to do something
forcepower; strength
forda place in a river where the water is shallow enough for you to walk or drive through it safely
forein front, before
forearmthe part of our arm between you wrist and elbow
forecastto say that something will happen before it does
foregogo without, give up
foreheadthe part of your face above your eyes
foreighof another country; strange
foresta large are of land where lots of trees are growing close together
forethoughta thought or plan for the future
forfeitsomething you have to give up because of something you have done
forgea blacksmith’s workshop, with a furnace for heating the metal. The same word also means to copy someone else’s handwriting for a dishonest purpose
forgerysomething written or painted which is not genuine; someone else’s handwriting copied for a dishonest purpose
forgetnot to remember
forget-me-nota little blue flower
forgiveto pardon, to stop being cross with someone who has done something wrong
forka tool used to pick up food
formshape. The same word also means a class in school, or a paper asking questions which are to be answered
forta strong building made to keep enemies out
forthonward; out
fortnightfourteen days; two weeks
fortressanother word for fort
fortunewhat comes of an animal or plant that has turned to stone after being buried for many millions of years
forwardtowards the front
foundationsthe solid part of a building below ground level
fowla bird, usually a hen
foxa wild animal which has a long bushy tail
fractiona part of a whole, such as one-half (1/2) or one-third (1/3)
fragiledelicate; easily broken or damaged
fragmena bit or piece broken off something
framethe wood or metal around something, like a window or a picture
frameworkthe outline or main parts of something that the rest is built on to
frauddishonesty; a cheating trick
frauddishonesty; a cheating trick
fraya fight or quarrel
fraya fight or quarrel
freaka person, plant or animal whose appearance is not ordinary or normal, such as a white black bird
freenot a prisoner; able to do or say what you like. The same word also means without payment
freezeto become hard because of the cold, as when water turns into ice

Learning Competency

Modal auxiliaries Vs Primary auxiliaries
Primary auxiliaries are be, do, have. They are used to form tenses and to frame short answers.
Modal auxiliaries are will, would, may, might, shall, should, can, could, must, dare, need, used, ought. They are used to express moods.