Random House Webster's Power Vocabulary Builder
HOW WORDS WORK--AND HOW TO MAKE THEM WORK FOR YOU!
Read, write, and speak more clearly and more confidently with this compact, concise, all-in-one vocabulary-building guide. In school and in business, in public speaking and in private conversation, knowing just the right words to say can make a world of difference. Now, here's a book that puts a world of word power at your fingertips, including:
* A handy pronunciation guide, including an extensive list of words that are often mispronounced
* How to use prefixes and suffixes to dramatically increase your vocabulary
* Word roots and histories--the keys to mastering English
* An invaluable glossary of usage to ensure that you choose the right words and put them in their proper place
Plus, numerous vocabulary tests and exercises as well as a section of entertaining word puzzles.
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