By Murray Bromberg
This up to date vocabulary-building ebook offers the fundamental middle of phrases that scholars at middle-school and better degrees needs to understand and be capable of use fluently for educational good fortune. those phrases additionally represent crucial vocabulary for ESL scholars and test-takers, in addition to others who converse English as their moment language. The authors current a sequence of short word-building classes, each one introducing 12 new phrases which are provided in pattern sentences and brief articles. Fill-in-the-blanks workouts support scholars degree their word-building development. educated with transparent but easy definitions and examples, readers will locate their vocabulary has better dramatically.
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Carefully, very carefully, we approached* the violent man. b. Violent behavior is prohibited* on school grounds. c. Vernon had a tendency* to be violent when someone angered him. 4. brutal (broo' tal) coarse and savage; like a brute; cruel a. Dozens of employees* quit the job because the boss was brutal to them. b. The brutal track coach persisted* in making the team work out all morning under the hot sun. c. Swearing to catch the murderer, the detectives revealed* that it had been an unusually brutal, violent* crime.
C. On Friday, three of my buddies will opt to go into the navy. Words in Use Read the following passage to see how the new words are used in it. A Cup of Coffee? The drink with the most appeal for Americans is still coffee, but coffee addicts had better be wary of the instant forms. Greedy for customers and confident* they won't lose them, companies will put their product in any instant form-liquid, powder, chips-and the coffee drinker, aware of his misfortune, finds it hard to avoid some of the more wretched instant products.
It was revealed* by the journalist* that the sacred temple had been torn down. c. Kate made a sacred promise to her parents never to miss a Sunday church service. 5. revise ( ri viz') change; alter*; bring up to date a. * b. The dictionary was revised and then published in a more expensive* edition. c. * 6. pledge (plej) promise a. Before the grand jury, the sinister* gangster pledged to tell the whole truth. b. Monte was reluctant* to pledge his loyalty* to his new girlfriend. c. Pledged to discovering the facts, the journalist* began to dig up new evidence* for his readers.
504 Absolutely Essential Words by Murray Bromberg