Emotions
Suffixes
Film Vocabulary
Book & Film Genres
Geography
100

Having strong feelings about something that you dislike very much or about an unfair situation.

Angry. 

100

Excited.

Excitement. 

100

The last part of a story, film, etc.

Ending. 

100

A type of book, film, etc. that is based on imagined scientific discoveries of the future, and often deals with space travel and life on other planets.

Sci-fi / Science fiction. 

100

What is the world's largest desert? 

The Antarctic Desert. 

200

Too anxious and tired to be able to relax; experiencing mental or emotional strain or tension.

Stressed. 

200

Amazing.

Amazement. 

200

A book, film, play, etc. that continues the story of an earlier one.

Sequel. 

200

A play, film or TV show that is intended to be funny, usually with a happy ending; plays, films and TV shows of this type.

Comedy. 

200
These two continents are entirely in the western hemisphere. 

North America & South America. 

300

Shy, uncomfortable or ashamed, especially in a social situation.

Embarrassed. 

300

Refresh.

Refreshment. 

300

A part of a film, play or book in which the action happens in one place or is of one particular type.

Scene. 

300

A type of literature that describes imaginary people and events, not real ones.

Fiction. 
300

What is the longest river in the world? 

The Nile River. 

400

Unable to think clearly or to understand what is happening or what somebody is saying.

Confused. 

400

Thank

Thankful / Thankless / Thankfulness / Thanklessness.  

400

All the music, speech and sounds that are recorded for a film.

Soundtrack. 
400

A story, a film or a play in which crimes and strange events are only explained at the end.

Mystery. 

400

This is Europe's second longest river which begins in Germany and empties into the Black Sea. 

The Danube River. 

500

Feeling or showing great pleasure; very pleased.

Delighted. 

500

Wreck.

Wreckage. 

500

 All the people who act in a play or film.

Cast. 

500

The story of a person’s life written by somebody else; this type of writing.

Biography. 

500

This mountain range runs along the western part of South America. 

The Andes. 

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