Random House Webster's Build Your Power Vocabulary
In business and in school, in public speaking and in private conversation, knowing just the right word can make all the difference. Random House Webster's Build Your Power Vocabulary gives you the tools you need to make your vocabulary the best it can be. Put a world of word power at your fingertips! Random House Webster's Build Your Power Vocabulary features: * A Wealth of New Words That Have Entered the Language in Recent Years * A Handy Pronunciation Guide, Including an Extensive List of Words that are Often Mispronounced * Sections on Words and Phrases from Other Languages, Including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, and More * Chapters on Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots to Dramatically Expand your Vocabulary * Word Histories with Entertaining Stories-not Rote Memorization! * An Extensive List of Frequently Confused Words, with Definitions to Help you Learn the Difference * Numerous Quizzes to Reinforce the Words you have Just Learned With thousands of words that will work for you, Random House Webster's Build Your Power Vocabulary will make your vocabulary your most powerful asset.
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