2 comments on “V-Check Report: WordEngine English assessment ワードエンジン (英単語力測定)

  1. High-score people: it seems every one has been abroad at least more than 6 months. It is very impressive if one get more than 18000 who’s never been on airplane. I assume educated native people do get a perfect score since they can just smell validity of words in some sense while non-native would just say “what?”. Relative score rather than exact one seems to tell overall vocabulary level: people who got 15000 definitely know English better than people who got 10000. Native speakers with a college degree, particularly in USA, UK, Irish, Canada, AU and NZ folks, should get perfect on this.

    http://topsy.com/www.wordengine.jp/vcheck

    単語力測定 http://gyazo.com/178e8af9bca33d2f3ffca656527cc2bd.png
    @masui
    He is a prof at Keio Uni
    増井 俊之 Toshiyuki Masui
    http://www.pitecan.com/Index/

    単語数19,721語でした
    @igucci
    an IT researcher

    やってみました http://j.mp/3xqOQn
    @hidekishima
    CMU PhD stu.

    なんか途中でクリックしすぎて間違えたけど、99%、18000語弱とか出た
    @wakaski
    Spent secondary schools in Canada

    推定単語数19,702語だった。”英単語力・語彙力の測定”
    @kashimura
    IT. a frequent traveler.

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