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Knowing which words to use and how to use them is key to communicating accurately and effectively. That’s why more than one million people have used this book to improve their vocabularies. To find out which words you absolutely need to know, The Princeton Review researched the vocabularies of educated adults by analyzing major newspapers and books and focusing on the wordKnowing which words to use and how to use them is key to communicating accurately and effectively. That’s why more than one million people have used this book to improve their vocabularies. To find out which words you absolutely need to know, The Princeton Review researched the vocabularies of educated adults by analyzing major newspapers and books and focusing on the words that people misunderstand or misuse. We also examined the SAT and other standardized tests to determine which words are tested most frequently.All of the entries in Word Smart, 4th Edition are necessary for an impressive vocabulary, and learning and using these words effectively can help you to get better grades, score higher on tests, and communicate more confidently at work....

Title : Word Smart: Building an Educated Vocabulary
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ISBN : 9780375762185
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 400 Pages
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Word Smart: Building an Educated Vocabulary Reviews

  • Amy
    2018-11-02 23:27

    While not a good book to stand alone for learning vocabulary, it works well as a supplement to another vocabulary program. As we learned new words in another vocabulary book, we looked them up in Word Smart, reading the entries and the example sentences. Its strengths are the selection of words commonly used in educated discourse, the good working definitions of the words in their most common usage, and the accompanying entertaining sentences. The weaknesses are that the entries are alphabetical rather than topical, which doesn't help students form connections between words, and that each word is only used in one exercise, which is inadequate review. I recommend it as a frequently used reference for vocabulary but not as a book to read and work through from beginning to end.

  • Julene
    2018-11-16 15:27

    This is a sweet book! Like it says on the back, "improving your vocabulary is important, but where do you start?" This book has 823 words to build your vocab in an effective and fun format. I was recently reading another book and nearly every word I came across in it that I needed clarification on was in Word Smart. Some of my friends and I had a way fun time learning and using new words from this book!

  • ♥ Caitlin
    2018-11-15 17:56

    This book is very helpful to those who want to improve their vocabulary. The definitions were very easy to remember and less complicated than they can be in dictionaries.

  • Ariadna73
    2018-11-02 23:43

    Very interesting; well organized and entertaining. I learned a word or two and I am very proud each time I have an opportunity to use one.

  • Joan
    2018-10-17 18:36

    Good resource