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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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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.

emphasis: Read
special attention or effort directed toward something; stress
E.g. They also said that there was too much emphasis placed on protecting the liberty of individuals at the expense of broader social justice.

emphasize: Read
stress; underscore; utter or pronounce with a particular stress of voice
E.g. The only reason to note this is to emphasize that Indians were a special case created by the peculiar history of the United States.

enormous: Read
very great in size, extent, number, or degrees; huge; massive
E.g. An enormous puppy was looking down at her with large round eyes, and feebly stretching out one paw, trying to touch her.

ensemble: Read
union of parts in a whole; a coordinated outfit or costume; a coordinated set of furniture
E.g. It's hard to tell what color the Second Lady's ensemble is due to the lighting, but we're calling it a deep purple.

equal: Read
having the same quantity, measure, or value as another; identical
E.g. By combining their weight, China and Russia are making it clear: they have a voice of equal importance to the United States.

eventually: Read
ultimately; in the final result or issue; in the end
E.g. Some believe California's move will shame other states and eventually the federal government into action on the matter.

exchange: Read
substitute; trade in; give in return for something received
E.g. It's demanding fuel oil and an end to sanctions in exchange for a nuclear freeze.

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 ECPE Oral Exam Words - QuizMore Quizzes Show Quiz 
assumption  Read
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something taken for accepted as true without proof; taking over or taking possession of
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thorough; including all or everything; broad in scope
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two or more things occurring at the same time by chance
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transient; brief; temporary; passing quickly
audience  Read
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worthwhile; worth doing or achieving; advisable
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lacking vigor, force, or effectiveness; faint; frail
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a group of people within hearing; crowd seeing a stage performance
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something given or received as payment as for a service or loss or injury
avoid  Read
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society; a group of people living in the same locality and under the same government
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sports man; one who contended for prize in public games
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shield away from; prevent
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stop motion; curb or restrain
cater  Read
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two or more things occurring at the same time by chance
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stop motion; curb or restrain
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supply what is needed or desired; provide food professionally for special occasion
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state of being suitable
compensation  Read
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official approbation; endorsement; act of approving
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something given or received as payment as for a service or loss or injury
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lacking vigor, force, or effectiveness; faint; frail
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small room on a ship or boat where people sleep
conservative  Read
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trash; worthless or nonsensical matter; food wastes
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three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides; cubicle, used for work or study
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favoring traditional views and values; tending to oppose change
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stop motion; curb or restrain
considerate  Read
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thorough; including all or everything; broad in scope
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a group of people within hearing; crowd seeing a stage performance
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supply what is needed or desired; provide food professionally for special occasion
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thoughtful; marked by consideration or reflection; deliberate
convention  Read
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social or moral custom; formal meeting of members, representatives, or delegates; agreement between states
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stress; underscore; utter or pronounce with a particular stress of voice
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scent; aroma; distinctive odor that is pleasant
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show clearly and deliberately; manifest; confirm; prove
cube  Read
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something made by people; vessel
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ultimate goal; place to which one is going or directed
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show clearly and deliberately; manifest; confirm; prove
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three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides; cubicle, used for work or study
demonstrate  Read
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a group of people within hearing; crowd seeing a stage performance
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show clearly and deliberately; manifest; confirm; prove
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shield away from; prevent
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small room on a ship or boat where people sleep
 ECPE Oral Exam Words - SpellMore Exercises Show Exercise 
Read [Esc]  sour; water-soluble compounds having a sour taste; quality of being sarcastic, bitter, or scornful
E.g. There is a barrage of [___] comments in today's newspapers.


Spelling Word: acid
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]  a group of people within hearing; crowd seeing a stage performance
E.g. You should have a clear idea about who your [___] is and how you can exploit your product to them through the correct platform.


Spelling Word: audience
Read [Esc]  revoke; call off; omit or delete
E.g. The meeting in Addis Ababa has heard Chinese promises to [___] debts and increase Chinese investments in Africa.


Spelling Word: cancel
Read [Esc]  supply what is needed or desired; provide food professionally for special occasion
E.g. The chef was happy to [___] to the tastes of his highly sophisticated clientele.


Spelling Word: cater
Read [Esc]  situation; condition; detail accompanying or surrounding an event
E.g. Her heart is broken, but then a change in [___] forces them to be together every day.


Spelling Word: circumstance
Read [Esc]  sentence; phrase; distinct article, stipulation, or provision in a document
E.g. Congress insisted on an exclusion [___] for seventeen-year-olds.


Spelling Word: clause
Read [Esc]  special group delegated to consider some matter
E.g. He was director of the central bank's monetary policy [___] which sets Brazil's interest rates.


Spelling Word: committee
Read [Esc]  thorough; including all or everything; broad in scope
E.g. Mr. Skubel has since completed what he describes as a [___] two-week training program and is now setting up his franchise in his hometown.


Spelling Word: comprehensive
Read [Esc]  seek advice or information of; take into account; consider
E.g. I will [___] with our friends, but it's going to be what's in the interests of our country first and foremost.


Spelling Word: consult