I have prepared the P6 Vocabulary List from the Top School Past Year SA1 papers (with the exception of 2 papers.)


RGPS SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. frenetic – filled with excitement, activity, or confusion : wild or frantic
  2. languid -showing or having very little strength, energy, or activity
  3. contested – to struggle or fight for or against something
  4. contorted – to twist into an unusual appearance or shape
  5. dysfunctional – the state of being unable to function in a normal way
  6. irreproachable – not deserving criticism or blame : having no fault

Tao Nan SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. extort – to get (something, such as money) from a person by the use of force or threats
  2. swindle – to take money or property from (someone) by using lies or tricks
  3. embezzle – to steal money that you have been trusted with
  4. retract – to take back (something, such as an offer or promise)
  5. nostalgia- pleasure and sadness that is caused by remembering something from the past and wishing that you could experience it again
  6. pretentious – having or showing the unpleasant quality of people who want to be regarded as more impressive, successful, or important than they really are
  7. condescending – showing that you believe you are more intelligent or better than other people
  8. manipulative – to change by artful or unfair means so as to serve one’s purpose

SCGS SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. forefront – the most important part or position
  2. foremost – most important
  3. foreground – the part of a scene or picture that is nearest to and in front of the viewer
  4. outset – the start or beginning of something
  5. outfall – the outlet of a body of water (as a river or lake
  6. furtively – done in a quiet and secret way to avoid being noticed
  7. inert – moving or acting very slowly
  8. latent – present and capable of emerging or developing but not now visible, obvious, active,
  9. comatose – in a coma
  10. endeared – to cause to become beloved or admired

Henry Park SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. incessant – continuing without stopping
  2. seamlessly – moving from one thing to another easily and without any interruptions or problems
  3. enticed – to attract (someone) especially by offering or showing something that is appealing, interesting,
  4. lucrative – producing money or wealth
  5. incurred – to cause yourself to have or experience (something unpleasant or unwanted)

Maha Bodhi SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. grope – to search for something by reaching or touching usually with your fingers in an awkward way
  2. forage – search for provisions
  3. endured – to deal with or accept (something unpleasant)
  4. break their back – put great effort into achieving something

NYPS SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. eluded – to avoid or escape (someone or something) by being quick, skillful, or clever
  2. averted – to turn (your eyes, gaze, etc.) away or aside
  3. evict – to force (someone) to leave a place
  4. expel – to officially force (someone) to leave a place or organization
  5. rejuvenated – to make (someone) feel or look young, healthy, or energetic again

Nan Hua SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. inaugural – happening as the first one in a series of similar events
  2. replenished – to fill or build up (something) again
  3. adhere – to bind oneself to observance to the rules>
  4. append – to add (something) to a piece of writing
  5. a tall order – an unreasonable or difficult demand

ACS SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. slink – to move in a way that does not attract attention especially because you are embarrassed, afraid, or doing something wrong
  2. clomp – to walk with loud, heavy steps
  3. reel – feel shocked, bewildered
  4. rappelling – to move down a steep cliff, rock, etc., by pushing your feet against its surface and sliding down a rope
  5. transfixed – to cause someone to sit or stand without moving because of surprise, shock, interest
  6. probe – a careful examination or investigation of something

CHIJ SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. retained – to keep (someone) in a position, job, etc.
  2. bent over backwards – try very hard to please someone

Red Swastika SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. bondage – involuntary servitude
  2. agitated – feeling or appearing troubled or nervous
  3. a dog in a manger – someone who keeps something that they do not really want in order to prevent anyone else from having it
  4. a hard nut to crack – a problem that is very difficult to solved or a person who is very difficult to understand

Rosyth SA1 Vocabulary List

  1. refrain – to stop yourself from doing something that you want to do
  2. restrain – to prevent (a person or animal) from doing something
  3. impose – to cause (something, such as a tax, fine, rule, or punishment) to affect someone or something by using your authority
  4. abolished – to officially end or stop (something, such as a law) : to completely do away with (something)
  5. enthused – to say (something) with enthusiasm
  6. enthralled – to hold the attention of (someone) by being very exciting, interesting, or beautiful
  7. enraptured – to fill (someone) with delight
  8. infested – of something harmful or unwanted: to be in or over (a place, an animal, etc.) in large numbers

P6 English tuition 2022 timetable

LocationDayStart timeEnd time
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Bukit TimahSaturday9 am11 am
Bukit TimahSaturday11 am1 pm
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Updated on September 27, 2021