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Boost Your Vocabulary (Paperfronts Series)

by John G. Barton

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Reader's Digest is famous world wide for its Word Power, Towards Picturesque Speech and other features which make vocabulary building easy, effective and enjoyable. With this new booklet we present some more useful, new and interesting words. Offering you a wide variety, from action words to rare words, thrse will tickle your sense of fun, whilst increasing your vocabulary. Each page is a quiz, with answers and a score rating towards the rear of the booklet. After testing yourself, you could pass the booklet onto your friends to share the benefits, and the fun. Some sections are easy, some are difficult, but all will enrich your vocabulary. So, go ahead boost your vocabulary.
  rajendran | Feb 18, 2007 |
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