Hot Words for the SAT I: The 350 Words You Need to Know
Barron's Educational Series, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 200 pages
Several new practice exercises & short tests make this edition of HOT WORDS better than ever. The book is filled with words that students are likely to encounter when they take the SAT I or any one of many other verbal skills tests. This means they had better know what each word means & how to use it. SAGACIOUS, TACITURN, & LABYRINTH are just three among the 350 tough words that show up most often on the SAT I. They're all presented here, with definitions, sample sentences, & explanations of word origins.
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