Adult Education Dictionary
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|| The validity of a test is its capability is to measure what its authors or users intend it to measure....
|| A verb is a word which describes an action (doing something) or a state (being something). Examples: walk, talk, think, believe, live, like, want....
|| A verbal is a verb form that does not function as the verb of a clause. Verbals include infinitives (the word to plus the base form of the verb,...
|| Vocabulary is a term used to refer to all of the words in a language. One person's vocabulary consists of all the words the person understands or knows...
|Vocational Adult Basic Education (VABE)
|| VABE has a goal of achieving an academic level that will allow participants to succeed in the vocational training program of their choice....
|Vocational Education Act of 1963 (VEA)
|| VEA was a significant federal act of the 1960s addressing the need for vocational training. The act focused on vocational training and retraining for...
|Vocational English as a Second Language (VESL)
|| VESL focuses on the English skills necessary in a particular occupation or vocational area. There is often collaboration between vocational and VESL instructors...
|| Voiced sounds are produced with accompanying vibration of the vocal folds, i.e., /d/, /g/, /b/....
|| Voiceless sounds are produced without accompanying vibration of the vocal folds, i.e., /t/, /k/, /p/....