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Kaplan Word Power Audiobook

Kaplan Word Power

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Publisher's Summary

The words you use say a lot about who you are and where you're headed. Whether you want to express yourself clearly to impress a prospective employer during a job interview, or just brush up on those pesky words you encounter every so often reading the newspaper, Kaplan Word Power is the essential tool to help you expand your daily vocabulary.

Energize your vocabulary with must-know everyday words that are the essentials of a good vocabulary, engaging lessons to help you utilize words in context, hot words often found on standardized tests like the SAT and GRE, tips to help you figure out new words, roots, and more.

©1997 Kaplan Educational Centers. All Rights Reserved. SOUND IDEAS is an imprint of Simon & Schuster Audio Division, Simon & Schuster Inc.

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  • Jeffrey
    Athens, GA, USA
    03/04/06
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    "Nothing like the book"

    This is nothing like what you see in the book. Instead of being divided into three sections: words you should know, harder words you should know, and really really hard words, it is divided into five sections: Word Roots, Words You Think You Know But Don't, Non-English English Words, Cultural Words, and Similar Sounding Words.

    "Presently" is alleged NOT (their emphasis) to mean at the present, but only in the near future. THIS IS WRONG! Some of the definitions are wrong. It is not worth 7 dollars.

    21 of 28 people found this review helpful

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