Illustrated Word Smart: A Visual Vocabulary Builder

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The Princeton Review, 1999 - Reference - 352 pages
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FROM THE CREATORS OF WORD SMART
AN EASIER AND BETTER WAY TO LEARN VOCABULARY

Ever look up a word in the dictionary and forget what it means a week later?

*Here's a breakthrough approach!  Includes 250 entries (all key SAT words) with original illustrations and simple memory techniques

*Illustrated Word Smart helps you to memorize important words without having to labor over long vocabulary lists

*Provides complete definitions, pronunciation keys, parts of speech, plus end-of-chapter quizzes

*Features a special collection of skill-building crosswords and word puzzles by Stanley Newman, puzzle creator for People, Sport, and Games magazines.
 

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this book is very good for the dummies and you can get the command over the vocabulary with in a very short period of time. I have searched a lot of books for the easy vocab finally i saw this book and i suggest you to have it. Even i have gone through vocab for dummies even that book is not good.
Spending rs.501/- is not a big issue for education
 

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Tom Meltzer graduated from Columbia University with a degree in English.  For the past twelve years he has worked at The Princeton Review, teaching and developing courses, writing test material, and authoring or co-authoring seven books.

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