601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam (Barron's 601 by Murray Bromberg

By Murray Bromberg

The recent variation of this renowned school room complement hones scholars’ English language talents with forty up-to-date classes that include―

  • Word lists and definitions
  • Pronunciation notes
  • Fascinating proof approximately note origins and usage
  • Exercises, video games, and puzzles to facilitate vocabulary building

    Also incorporated are fascinating essay passages that position phrases taken from the book’s vocabulary checklist into tale contexts. A newly additional part referred to as “Panorama of phrases” indicates how the various 601 phrases are utilized in numerous sources―newspapers, magazines, books, tv, and speeches. scholars making plans to take standardized checks will locate this publication to be a useful vocabulary builder. It additionally makes a beneficial reference e-book for ESL students.

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    3. As fish prices declined, the ______________ of shrimp boats was cut in half. 4. Our new mayor proposed to tear down sections of the _____________ and build middle-income housing. 5. The _____________ was caught up on a horn of the bull and badly injured. 6. With unexpected _______________, the young man confronted the bully. 7. Movie cowboys generally are proficient with a ________________. 8. “Au revoir, so long, ciao, _____________” she said as her taxi pulled away. 9. A photograph of the ______________ appeared on the Most Wanted list in our post office.

    Like Felix the cat and Bossie the cow, Leo the lion takes his name from the original Latin. 6. lupine-wolflike; rapacious or ravenous 7. ophidian-snakelike; a snake or serpent 8. ovine-designating sheep or sheeplike; an ovine animal 9. piscine-of, pertaining to, or typical of a fish or fishes. ” 10. porcine-of or pertaining to swine or pigs; piglike. The cartoon character Porky the Pig derives his name from the Latin porcus, pig. 11. saurian-of or having the characteristics of lizards; a lizard.

    Harry Houdini, the celebrated magician, was a master of ______________ 2. As part of his morning ____________, Andre shined his shows, pressed his trousers, and put a flower in his buttonhole. 3. Many employers would like their workers to take ___________tests, but the unions oppose that procedure. 4. Helen may know several ________languages, but that hasn’t helped her to earn a living in today’s society. 5. A famous mathematical ____________, which has stumped the experts for a century, recently was solved with the aid of a microcomputer.

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