By Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon
A Barron's best-seller for greater than 4 a long time, the brand-new 6th variation of 1100 phrases you want to be aware of has been accelerated and up-to-date with more--
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All new phrases for college students to benefit are positioned within the context of sentences which were chosen from famous novels, performs, poems, newspaper editorials, and television publicizes. For optimum ease and delight in studying, the authors suggest 15-minute classes with this e-book. through the years, hundreds of thousands of scholars getting ready for the SAT and ACT have trusted past variations of 1100 phrases you must understand as a great way to bolster their note strength. a brand new function within the 6th variation is The Lighter contact a hundred, a set of a hundred humorous one-liners which use phrases from the e-book you must recognize.
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He told them that cheating was a pernicious disease that could not be tolerated at our school. He loathed* having to discipline Art Krause so severely, but unless strict measures were taken, the student body would construe the incident as an open invitation to cheat with impunity. " Sample Sentences Use the new words in the following sentences. 1. The border guards allowed the doctor to cross the frontier with __________. 2. It isn't easy to __________ answers from a sleepy class on Monday morning.
4. Orville Wright was criticized for his __________ desire to fly. 5. If I can get my parents to __________, I'll join the Peace Corps. Definitions Match the new words with their meanings. 6. rampant ____ a. secret, undercover 7. inane ____ b. code of principles 8. ethics ____ c. foolish 9. concur ____ d. agree 10. clandestine ____ e. going unchecked, widespread Today's Idiom stock in tradethe goods, tools, and other requisites of a profession A quick wit and a warm smile were the salesman's stock in trade.
Paroxysm ____ b. cannot be pacified, inexorable* 8. reprehensible ____ c. small fight, brief encounter 9. jurisdiction ____ d. worthy of blame 10 skirmish ____ e. power, range of authority Today's Idiom cause célèbrea famous law case or controversy It was a minor dispute, but the ambitious lawyer sought to turn it into a cause célèbre. * Ron and Len were interviewed, seen on TV, and regarded by their fellow students as heroes. * A false story even circulated about the boys being rock-'n-roll performers whose indigent families needed their salaries.
1100 Words You Need to Know (4th Edition) by Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon