The Vocabulary Booster, Volume I, can help the reader master essential yet problematic English vocabulary. Especially helpful for high school students who are preparing for the SAT, but also very useful for adults who want to get ahead in their career. Actually, the Vocabulary Booster will help just about anybody who is looking to build a more powerful vocabulary. Each word comes with a concise definition, part of speech, and a mnemonic-based contextual usage sentence that will help the reader to better understand and remember how the word is used.
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FREE SAMPLE: Below are the first three of two-hundred entries on the Vocabulary Booster, Volume I:
ABASH (v.) to make embarrassed or ashamed
A bashful person is easily abashed.
ABORIGINAL (adj.) original
The aboriginal people of Australia are known as Aborigines.
ABRIDGE (v.) to shorten something, especially a literary or artistic work
A bridge can abridge the distance between two points.
If you find these three examples helpful, we are pretty sure that you will love the rest of the Vocabulary Booster, Vol. I, which contains a total of 200 of the most essential yet problematic vocabulary terms in the English language. The Vocabulary Booster comes with an unconditional 30-day, 100% money-back guarantee of satisfaction. If you believe that knowledge is power, and you have decided that it is finally time to build your vocabulary strength, then the Vocabulary Booster, Vol I, is for you. Also available as MP3 download for those who would prefer to just listen rather than read.
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Date added 20 Feb 2008
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011
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