The Princeton Review Word Smart : Building a More Educated Vocabulary
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The Princeton Review Word Smart : Building a More Educated Vocabulary

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The fun way to improve English grammar and vocabulary and to improve standardized test scores The humorous, irreverent style makes these programs perfect for getting students back into the swing of school. Laugh-out-loud examples, reviews, monologues, and short quizzes make the information easy to absorb.
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Published August 7th 2001 by Living Language
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Lisa
Although the blurb from Princeton Review says, "The fun way to improve English grammar and vocabulary...," this isn't my idea of fun. I would describe it as "not too painful" and informative. If you are preparing for the SAT's or feel the need to improve your vocabulary, it would be a good idea to know these words.


Barb
I decided to give this 2 stars because even though it wasn't of interest to me, someone else who's in college may find this helpful. I don't even know why I picked it up in the first place.
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