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As we know ECPE has 4 sections, ECPE oral exam, also called ECPE speaking test, is one of them. ECPE oral exam needs you express idea in sort of interview or talk. The words in speaking test are different from other sections, e.g., reading test, in both content and requirement. To show better in oral interview, you should have a stronger ECPE oral exam words. Its size or content may be smaller, but words used in speaking test have additional requirement than only in reading test or writing test. In speaking test, you have to pronounce them with right way and organize them in right sentences. You need extra exercise to ensure to speak them fluently and correctly; only know them doesn’t help to speaking test. This is a simple and small word list in view of ECPE speaking test, however, take it will enhance your oral exam very much.


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dense: Read
thick; crowded closely together; compact
E.g. It's mountainous country, just a few kilometers from the border with Serbia; dense woodland surrounds the site.

depart: Read
take off; leave; set out
E.g. I too have some to see and ask after in England, before I depart for ever.

deposit: Read
money given as a guarantee or security
E.g. In the meantime, she could keep the $400,000 in a secure investment such as a term deposit or money market fund.

desirable: Read
worthwhile; worth doing or achieving; advisable
E.g. A number of other factors coincide to make a June election desirable for the government.

destination: Read
ultimate goal; place to which one is going or directed
E.g. It's an ageing coaster and reportedly in poor condition, but even so, it should have got back to Benin - its declared destination - by now.

device: Read
technique or means; instrument; machine used to perform one or more relatively simple tasks
E.g. Anti-gravity device could change air travel.

dim: Read
emitting only a small amount of light; lacking in brightness
E.g. Night vision declines as well; therefore, trying to read labels in dim lighting may lead to errors.

diplomatic: Read
relating to diplomacy; marked by tact and sensitivity in dealing with others
E.g. Well, the secretary of state's trip to Canada is putting a brand new spin on the term diplomatic relations.

discipline: Read
trait of being well behaved ; act of punishing ; system of rules of conduct or method of practice
E.g. Here in the heart of conservative Texas, young criminals, murderers are forced to confront military style discipline.

disgust: Read
strong feelings of dislike; offend the taste or moral sense of
E.g. “I was surprised," said Stillman, who yelled in disgust from the penalty box.

dismiss: Read
stop considering; end employment or service of; discharge; refuse to accept or recognize
E.g. Believing in John's love for her, she can dismiss the notion that he might be unfaithful.

disrupt: Read
upset; throw into confusion or disorder
E.g. There's been some suggestion the cyclone could disrupt oil tanker traffic in the Strait of Hormuz, the narrow waterway between the Arabian Peninsula and Iran.

disturb: Read
upset; bother; trouble emotionally or mentally; put out of order; disarrange
E.g. He has vowed to challenge government warnings not to disturb the country's stability and continue his political work.

dot: Read
the shorter of two telegraphic signals used in Morse code; very small circular shape
E.g. Financial markets haven't seen anything like this since the dot com boom of the late 1990s, which was followed by an equally dramatic crash.

draft: Read
rough outline; draw up an outline; sketch
E.g. Now governments are re-writing the EU's governing treaty and the draft version is considered by the EU's leaders in Brussels.

dramatic: Read
striking; sensational in appearance or thrilling in effect
E.g. The technique could lead to a dramatic increase in the worldwide stocks of blood available for transfusion.

dreadful: Read
very unpleasant; distasteful or shocking
E.g. 'No, no! The adventures first,' said the Gryphon in an impatient tone: 'explanations take such a dreadful time.'

dull: Read
lacking responsiveness or alertness; intellectually weak or obtuse
E.g. It seemed quite dull and stupid for life to go on in the common way.

dump: Read
sell at artificially low prices; throw away as refuse
E.g. Critics argue they encourage Europe’s farmers to dump produce on world markets.

duplicate: Read
one that corresponds exactly to another, especially an original; identical copy; facsimile
E.g. And now, sir, to reward you for the accurate guess, I will promise to paint you a careful and faithful duplicate of this picture.

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anthropology  Read
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social science that studies origins and social relationships of human beings
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tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
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sound made by a dog; harsh sound uttered by a dog
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sell at artificially low prices; throw away as refuse
architect  Read
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union of parts in a whole; a coordinated outfit or costume; a coordinated set of furniture
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trash; worthless or nonsensical matter; food wastes
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suppose; presume; take on; bear
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one who designs and supervises the construction of buildings or other large structures
assumption  Read
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travel with; be associated with
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represented by graph; described in vivid detail; clearly outlined
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emitting only a small amount of light; lacking in brightness
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something taken for accepted as true without proof; taking over or taking possession of
barrel  Read
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social science that studies origins and social relationships of human beings
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vessel; large cylindrical container
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stop; terminate; put an end to; discontinue
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very great in size, extent, number, or degrees; huge; massive
cease  Read
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emitting only a small amount of light; lacking in brightness
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stop; terminate; put an end to; discontinue
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one who designs and supervises the construction of buildings or other large structures
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similarity in some respects; comparison based on similarity
checkup  Read
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thorough physical examination
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large and impressive in size, scope, or extent
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strain; pass liquid or gas through device that blocks some matter by particular criterion
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show, make visible or apparent
circumstance  Read
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trash; worthless or nonsensical matter; food wastes
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very unpleasant; distasteful or shocking
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situation; condition; detail accompanying or surrounding an event
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urgently needed; absolutely necessary; essential; acute; crucial; decisive
coincidence  Read
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social science that studies origins and social relationships of human beings
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one that is not yet fully developed; sprout
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two or more things occurring at the same time by chance
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stop; terminate; put an end to; discontinue
condition  Read
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urgently needed; absolutely necessary; essential; acute; crucial; decisive
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three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides; cubicle, used for work or study
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two or more things occurring at the same time by chance
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mode or state of being; fitness; existing circumstances
cushion  Read
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thorough physical examination
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situation; condition; detail accompanying or surrounding an event
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soft pillow or pad usually used for sitting, reclining, or kneeling
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service, space, and equipment provided for a particular purpose
 ECPE Oral Exam Words - SpellMore Exercises Show Exercise 
Read [Esc]  unusual; not typical; not normal
E.g. Fujitsu, Toshiba, HP and Lenovo all insist that their designs are sufficiently different to Dell and Apple, that there is no [___] risk of fire.


Spelling Word: abnormal
Read [Esc]  similarity in some respects; comparison based on similarity
E.g. This [___] is almost always noted without further comment, although in fact it may be taken further.


Spelling Word: analogy
Read [Esc]  official approbation; endorsement; act of approving
E.g. First, Ehrlich knows it would be extremely unlikely to win [___] from the Democratic-dominated General Assembly.


Spelling Word: approval
Read [Esc]  solidify; guarantee; convince
E.g. I know it, and I don't wish to palliate them, I [___] you.


Spelling Word: assure
Read [Esc]  mode or state of being; fitness; existing circumstances
E.g. The Organization Man survives as a modern classic because it captures a permanent part of our social [___].


Spelling Word: condition
Read [Esc]  thoughtful; marked by consideration or reflection; deliberate
E.g. I thanked her for her [___] choice, and as I really felt fatigued with my long journey, expressed my readiness to retire.


Spelling Word: considerate
Read [Esc]  work or act together toward a common end or purpose
E.g. The best way to get Pakistan to [___] is to find the reasons why it is so keen to retain influence in Afghanistan and try to meet its concerns.


Spelling Word: cooperate
Read [Esc]  smash; collision; falling down or in pieces with a loud noise of breaking parts
E.g. She heard a little shriek and a fall, and a [___] of broken glass.


Spelling Word: crash
Read [Esc]  ultimate goal; place to which one is going or directed
E.g. It's an ageing coaster and reportedly in poor condition, but even so, it should have got back to Benin - its declared [___] - by now.


Spelling Word: destination
Read [Esc]  emitting only a small amount of light; lacking in brightness
E.g. Night vision declines as well; therefore, trying to read labels in [___] lighting may lead to errors.


Spelling Word: dim