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Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3 - Lesson 1 Words
As one of the vocabulary workbooks that I used in high school, I pretty much had no choice but to become familiar with this book. However, I enjoyed using this one very much. It contains a nice mix of everyday words, familiar words that one might already know but might not be too sure of the definition and words that one may not know but would find useful. It also contains roots, prefixes, and suffixes with explanations and examples. And, as with any vocabulary book, there are exercises to build skills with each of these. These are all pretty helpful and build skills pretty well.
One problem I've found, however, is the sample sentences, paragraphs, and prompts for the vocabulary words. The author of this book must have been either clinically depressed or disturbed, because some of these things are extremely pessimistic, depressing, and at times sadistic. Examples include paragraphs about a masochistic, sadistic criminal as well as the tale of a man's peccadillo ; a criticism of an elitist fop who feels that everyone but himself is wrong; a man dying of thirst and starvation in the desert; a single mother who is in a worse situation than Tommy and Gina, about to get evicted from her apartment after losing her job; an essay on how technology is the root of all evil; a woman who isn't at all moved by the death of her husband and immediately turns her affections to his brother; and a man living a bleak, depressing life working in an office which may be very telling.
As you can tell, the characters all live very happy existences. Honestly, I do not believe the author believes life to be anything but pain, sadness, and meaninglessness. I kept waiting for a paragraph glorifying Count Rugen. However, after each of these paragraphs fill-ins is 15 sentence prompts, one for each vocabulary word.
Vocabulary Power Plus for the New SAT: Book 3 - Lesson 5 Words
I had fun making up witty sentences and trying to match the author's sadism and depression. So that makes up for the star this would've lost. All-in-all, it's a great book to use for SAT prep or even just learning new words. Now I'm going to find the author and give him a hug. He really seems to need one. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The print version is very dull and daunting for most HS students, but this digital version is swift and intuitively fun.
I can breeze through and flip actually glide through pages while doing the exercises. Plus the Kindle has a built in dictionary, so I actually don't need to flip back to the beginning of each lesson while doing exercises.
The exercises are easy and fun. If they compiled the entire dictionary into this format, I would get more of these Vocab Power Plus books! One person found this helpful. Reed, I bought two books: However, we can't find the answers. Could you please tell me where are the answers or where to buy?
It's grateful if you kindly send them to us and I'd like to pay for it. Best regards, Susan Liu. Good practice for inferencing and using prefixes and suffixes. Too bad that it doesn't come with an answer key - some of the questions offer more than one valid answer. It helps a lot in studying. Arrived on time and as described. We have used the Vocabulary Power Plus before, book 2, This is a continuation. I am glad to be able to purchase the book. It is very helpful in preparing students for the SAT, and for enriching their vocabulary on an every day basis.
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