Is Advanced English appropriate for a native speaker wishing to improve language mastery?

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The Advanced English component seems very useful for those learning English but it isn't clear how useful it would be to someone who is a native speaker looking to improve. Many examples I've seen are rather simple, which makes perfect sense when the course is directed at those learning the language. I'm willing to purchase the pack but I don't want to waste money if it is filled with basic words I learned in school or use every day.

Obviously you can't know what words I or anyone else uses on a regular basis, so is there a sample list or download that has a representative subset of the words and phrases found in the Advanced English 2014 full set?


  • You can get in touch via e-mail (e.g. moni2016(at) to get some help, e.g. demos, item examples, specific questions, etc.
  • Advanced English has been designed for non-native speakers, but native speakers would often surprise claiming it was useful. It is probably highly individual and depends on the needs
  • difficulty keeps increasing. It starts with beard, joke, house, etc, and ends with pomelo, marquee, limnonene, curvet, quire, clathrin, etc. It includes lots of advanced science terminology, GRE vocabulary, etc.
  • an advanced user might just mix up the pending and priority queues and get a random pick. Easy items might get deleted, and harder items retained, reprioritized, etc.

See also

Advanced English is a super-set of Extreme English. See: Is Extreme English worth learning with for an English native speaker