Five Hundred Key Words for the SAT and how to Remember Them Forever!

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Mostly Bright Ideas, 2002 - English language - 119 pages
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This book does more than teach the reader which words to learn. It teaches how to learn them. Permanently. Using visual images, 500 Key Words for the SAT builds a bridge between unfamiliar word and simple meaning. It also points out look-alike and sound-alike words used as traps on the SAT, and provides correct pronunciation, alternate parts of speech, and sample sentences. More than one hundred humorous cartoons add to the effectiveness of this powerful vocabulary-building tool. Make sure you order the latest version of this book: the 2013 edition!

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About the author (2002)

Charles Gulotta has worked as a freelance writer and editor since 1980. He is the author of six other books: "100 Math Tips for the SAT," "Learn This," "One Thousand Words," "Writing Rules," "Who Knew?" and "Extraordinary Women in Politics." Originally from New York, he now lives in Prince Edward Island, Canada, with his wife Maria and their three children.

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