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Vocabulary beginning with L - list learning English basics

What will I learn from the English lesson a list vocabulary beginning with L?

This lesson is a list of vocabulary beginning with L to help when you are unsure what type of word it is. It is important not to try and remember the vocabulary, but just to use the list as a reference guide to help you.

How do I use this English book of vocabulary A to Z?

Click on each letter of the alphabet to get the list of the idioms with an explanation of each.

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** Warning the list does not contain every word and will be added to over time **

Abbreviations that are used in the vocabulary List are:

abbrev abbreviation or acronym
adj adjective
adv adverb
Am Eng American English
Br Eng British English
conj conjunction
det determiner
exclam exclamation
int interjection
n noun
phr v phrasal verb
pl plural
prep preposition
prep phr prepositional phrase
pron pronoun
sing singular
v verb

Vocabulary beginning with L

laboratory (lab) (n)
labourer (n)
lack (n & v)
ladder (n)
lady (n)
lake (n)
lamb (n)
lamp (n)
land (n & v)
landlady (n)
landlord (n)
landscape (n)
language (n)
laptop (computer) (n)
large (adj)
laser (n)
last (adj, adv & v)
late (adj & adv)
lately (adv)
later (adj & adv)
latest (adj)
laugh (n & v)
laundry (n)
lavatory (n)
law (n)
lawn (n)
lawyer (n)
lay (v)
lazy (adj)
lead (v)
• to lead someone by the hand
• Where does this road lead?
leaf (n)
learn (v)
least (adj & adv)
• the least amount (adj)
• at least (adv)
leather (n)
leave (v)
leave out (phr v)
• He left out several important facts.
lecture (n & v)
left (n, adj & adv)
leg (n)
leisure (n)
lemon (n)
lemonade (n)
lend (v)
length (n)
less (det, adj, adv & pron)
lesson (n)
let (v)
• Let her do it.
• Let me think.
• Let's go out tonight.
letter (n)
letter-box (n)
lettuce (n)
level (adj & n)
library (n)
licence (n)
• a driving/marriage/TV licence
lie (n & v)
life (n)
lift (n & v)
• Can you give me a lift, please? (n)
• The lift is going up. (n)
• Please help me to lift this table. (v)
light (adj, n & v)
lighter (n)
• a cigarette lighter
lightning (n)
like (adv, prep & v)
likely (adj)
limit (n & v)
line (n)
• a line on a page
• a clothes line
• a railway line
link (n)
• a link to a website
lion (n)
lip (n)Page 19
lipstick (n)
liquid (n)
list (n)
listen (v)
literature (n)
litre (n)
litter (n)
little (adj & pron)
live (v)
live (adj)
• live music/sport
lively (adj)
living (adj)
living room (n)
load (n & v)
loaf (n)
loan (n)
local (adj)
location (n)
lock (n & v)
locker (n)
lonely (adj)
long (adj)
look (n & v)
look after (phr v)
• Who's looking after your baby now?
look forward to (phr v)
• I'm looking forward to the party!
look like (v)
• She looks like her sister.
look out (phr v)
• Look out or you'll have an accident.
look up (phr v)
• Look up the meaning of the word in
your dictionary.
loose (adj)
lorry (n)
lose (v)
lost property office (n)
lot (n)
loud (adj)
lounge (n)
love (n & v)
lovely (adj)
low (adj & adv)
lower (v)
luck (n)
luggage (n)
lump (n)
lunch (n)
lunchtime (n)
lung (n)
luxury (n)

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