Top 100 English Words for Daily Use

Top 100 English Words for Daily Use

Daily Use


1.   Absence

The state of being away from something.

2.   Analysis

Detailed examination of something.

3.   Background

The part of a picture, or scene that appears furthest from the viewer.

4.   Budget

The amount of money needed or available for a purpose.

5.   Building

A structure with a roof and walls.

6.   Business

Commercial activity.

7.   Campus

The grounds and buildings of a university.

8.   Category

A class of people or things regarded as having shared characteristics.

9.   Challenge

A situation that tests someone's abilities.

10. Child

A young human being below the age of puberty.

11. Description

An account of a person, object, or event.

12. Emergency

A serious, unexpected, and dangerous situation requiring immediate action.

13. Emotion

A strong feeling deriving from one's mood, or relationships.

14. Field

An area of open land.

15.  Forest

A large area covered chiefly with trees.

16. Form

The visible shape of something.

17. Gender

Either of the two sexes.

18. Generation

All of the people born and living at about the same time.

19. Holiday

A day of festivity when no work is done.

20. Home

The place where one lives permanently.

21. Image

A representation of the form of something in art.

22. Imagination

The ability of the mind to be creative.

23. Income

Money received for work.

24. Journey

An act of travelling from one place to another.

25. Joy

A feeling of great happiness.

26. Knowledge

Information and skills acquired through experience or education.

27. Land

The part of the earth's surface that is not covered by water.

28. Language

The principal method of human communication.

29. Map

A diagrammatic representation of an area of land or sea showing physical features.

30. Man

An adult male human being

31. Market

A space where vendors convene to sell their goods.

32. Neighbor

A person or place in relation to others next or near to it.

33. Opportunity

A set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something.

34. Position

A place where someone or something is located.

35. Quality

The standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kind.

36. Quantity

A certain amount or number of something.

37. Recognition

Acknowledgement of the existence of something.

38. Scientist

A person who has expert knowledge of the natural or physical sciences.

39. Score

The number of points achieved in a game.

40. Screen

A thing providing protection.

41. Thing

An object.

42. Victory

An act of defeating an enemy.

43. View

The ability to be seen from a particular place.

44. Village

A group of houses and associated buildings in a rural area.

45. Way

A method, style, or manner of doing something.

46. Wealth

An abundance of valuable possessions or money.

47. Weapon

A thing designed or used for inflicting harm or damage.

48. Weather

The state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time.

49. Week

A period of seven days.

50. Woman

An adult female human being.

51. Year

A period of twelve months.

52. Yes

Used to give an affirmative response.

53. Zone

An area or stretch of land having a particular characteristic or purpose.





54. Lot

A large number or amount.

55. What

Asking for information specifying something.



56. Affect

Have an effect on.

57. Be

Having the state, identity, role, etc., specified.

58. Borrow

Take something from someone else with the intention of returning it.

59. Calculate

Determine the amount of something mathematically.

60. Deal

Take part in commercial trading.

61. Do

Perform an action.

62. Find

Discover by chance.

63. Have

To possess.

64. Know

Be aware of through inquiry or information.

65. Look

Direct one's gaze toward a specified direction.

66. Need

Expressing necessity or obligation.

67. Observe

Notice something and register it as being significant.

68. Oppose

Disagree with and attempt to prevent, especially by argument.

69. Portray

Depict something in a work of art or literature.

70. Quit

Leave a place permanently.

71. Quote

Repeat a statement.

72. Refuse

Indicate that one is not willing to do something.

73. Regard

Consider or think of in a specified way.

74. Scream

Cry something in a high-pitched, frenzied way.

75. Talk

Speak in order to give information or express ideas or feelings.

76. Tell

Communicate information to someone.

77. Think

Have a particular opinion or idea about someone or something.

78. Understand

Perceive the intended meaning of a speaker.

79. Use

Take something as a means of accomplishing something.

80. Want

Wish for something.





81. Civil

Relating to ordinary citizens and their concerns.

82. Defensive

Used to defend or protect.

83. Few

A small number of.

84. Foreign

Relating to other countries.

85. General

Concerning all or most people or things.

86. High

Of great vertical extent.

87. Large

Of considerably great size.

88. Last

Coming after all others.

89. Many

A large number of.

90. Neither

Used to introduce a further negative statement.

91. Objective

A goal.

92. Talent

Natural aptitude or skill.

93. Unable

Lacking the skill, means, or opportunity to do something.



94. Else

In addition.

95. Quite

Absolutely; completely.

96. Yesterday

On the day before today.



97. Beside

Next to.

98. From

Indicating the point at which an action starts.



99. And

Used to connect words of the same part of speech, clauses, or sentences.

100.       But

Used to introduce a phrase or clause contrasting with what has already been mentioned.