The Princeton Review Word Smart II

The Princeton Review Word Smart II

How to Build A More Educated Vocabulary

Book - 2006
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Did you know that...
- The word noisome has nothing whatsoever to do with noise?
- Ordinance and ordnance have two distinct meanings?
- An errant fool is a fool who is lost, while an arrant fool is one whose foolishness is obvious?
If any of these facts caught you by surprise, then you need Word Smart II. More than one million people have improved their vocabularies with the original Word Smart, but an educated and powerful vocabulary doesn't stop growing with one book. All of the 1,455 words featured in Word Smart II belong in an impressive vocabulary. Learning and using these words effectively can help you get better grades, score higher on tests, and communicate more confidently at work.
Publisher: New York : Random House, c2006
Edition: Rev. 3rd ed., updated
ISBN: 9780375765766
037576576X
Branch Call Number: Education 378.166 SAT
Additional Contributors: Princeton Review (Firm)

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