#EngGame #EngVocab: vocabulary related to computer and the Internet

Tonight’s #EngGame is about vocabulary related to computer and the Internet. I’m sure you’re already familiar with words that will be described here. :)

Clues given are:

  • The first letter of each word.
  • The definition of the word.

Happy guessing the vocabulary, fellas! :D

QUESTIONS

  1. W _ _: World Wide Web.
  2. F _ _ _: a complete collection of data stored on a computer.
  3. M _ _ _ _: a small device that can be rolled to move the cursor and control various functions on the computer.
  4. B _ _ _ _ _ _: a computer program that enables use of the internet.
  5. S _ _ _: unsolicited email sent to many addresses at once, usually commercial.
  6. M _ _ _ _: the device that connects a computer to a cable or telephone line.
  7. U _ _ _ _ _ _: to improve something.
  8. B _ _ _ _ _ _ _: to save a URL page in the directory of one’s internet software.
  9. S _ _ _ _ _ _ _: programs, tools or applications that are run on computer hardware.
  10. C _ _: Central Processing Unit.
  11. M _ _ _ _ _ _: the computer screen.
  12. C _ _ _ _ _: a moveable symbol such as an arrow, a hand, or a triangle that indicates position on a screen.
  13. K _ _ _ _ _ _: the typewriter-like board with letters and numbers that is used to give commands to the computer.
  14. W _ _ _ _ _: a box or opening on a computer screen where a program or application is displayed.
  15. I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _: the connection and/or communication between different machines, such as a computer and a printer.

ANSWERS

  1. WWW.
  2. file.
  3. mouse.
  4. browser.
  5. spam.
  6. modem.
  7. upgrade.
  8. bookmark.
  9. software.
  10. CPU.
  11. monitor.
  12. cursor.
  13. keyboard.
  14. window.
  15. interface.

Resource: Fluent English by Barbara Raifsnider

Compiled and written by @NenoNeno at @EnglishTips4U on October 8, 2013.

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