B2 First Vocabulary:

Verbs

Verbs are an important part of any language, and in the B2 exam you will be expected to understand and be able to use a wide range of verbs to describe different actions.

(to) offer

“Offer” is a B1 level verb that has a couple of different meanings. Firstly it means to ask someone if…read more

Tend

“Tend” is a B2 level verb that candidates should be comfortable understanding and using in all parts of the B2…read more

Socialize

“Socialize” is a B2 level verb that candidates know and be conformable using in their B2 First exam. It means…read more

Restrict

“Restrict” is a C1 level verb that candidates can use in their B2 First exam. It means to limit something…read more

Reduce

“Reduce” is a common verb that all candidates should easily be able to use and understand in the B2 First…read more

Recycle

Recycle is a great verb to know when talking about environmental issues in your B2 First exam, and it is…read more

Pollute

“Pollute” is a B2 level verb that is used to talk about the action of putting something into the environment…read more

Limit

At B2 level you should know and be able to use “limit” as a verb. It means to control something…read more

Invest

Invest is a B2 level verb that actually has a couple of different meanings. Firstly “invest” means to give money…read more

Fine

“Fine” is a B2 level verb that candidates should know before taking their B2 First exam. It means to charge…read more

Expose

“Expose” is a verb that is not that is not that common, but nevertheless candidates should know and be able…read more

Encourage

“Encourage” is a B1 level verb meaning to give someone confidence or to make something more likely to happen.

Educate

“Educate” is a B2 level verb that candidates can use in the B2 First exam. It means to teach or…read more

Consider

“Consider” is a B1 level verb meaning┬áto think carefully about something before deciding what to do.