By Murray Bromberg, Melvin Gordon
A Barron's best-seller for greater than 4 many years, the brand-new 6th version of 1100 phrases you must be aware of has been extended and up to date with more--
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All new phrases for college students to profit are positioned within the context of sentences which have been chosen from famous novels, performs, poems, newspaper editorials, and television pronounces. For optimum ease and pleasure in studying, the authors suggest 15-minute periods with this booklet. through the years, hundreds of thousands of scholars getting ready for the SAT and ACT have depended on prior variations of 1100 phrases you want to comprehend as a great way to reinforce their note strength. a brand new characteristic within the 6th version is The Lighter contact a hundred, a set of a hundred humorous one-liners which use phrases from the e-book it's worthwhile to understand.
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Intimidate ____d. to overawe 10. feint ____e. briskness, lively action Today's Idiom to throw down the gauntletto challenge someone (when the gauntlet, or medieval glove, was thrown down, the challenger was required to pick it up) The principal of our rival school threw down the gauntlet, and we had no choice but to accept the challenge. O. Mullins demanded a rematch. He took a full-page newspaper advertisement to promulgate his challenge. When the champ's manager saw the brash announcement, he accosted* Mullins, who was surrounded by a throng* of newsmen.
Agents gathered outside the building. 3. A special management committee was asked to investigate business __________. 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.
Unknown b. hidden c. inappropriate d. wasteful ____ 13. FLAGRANT:OUTRAGEOUS::INEXORABLE: a. unrelenting b. unimportant c. unworkable d. unfinished ____ 14. CAUSTIC:SOOTHING::SORDID: a. ignoble b. alike c. changeable d. lofty ____ 15. INADVERTENT:HEEDLESS::ACRIMONIOUS: a. loud b. bitter c. false d. disunited Answers are on Page 306 < previous page page_32 next page > < previous page page_33 next page > Page 33 Wordsearch 5 Using the clues listed below, fill in each blank in the following story with one of the new words you learned this week.