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What are the most common words in English today? We investigated surveys looking at all the English resources around us! This includes newspapers, books, online magazines and TV and radio shows. We also included the language we use in our English Summer Schools for our essential common words of English list. Although it may initially appear easier to learn words in groups such as colours, animals and sports for example, research shows that you will remember the most common words used in English by studying them in alphabetical order. You can find out more about this research here. If you want to learn English and connect with other English speakers as quickly as possible, learning these words will help you to understand the English world around you more quickly.
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