By Murray Bromberg
The hot variation of this well known school room complement hones scholars’ English language talents with forty up-to-date classes that include―
Also incorporated are fascinating essay passages that position phrases taken from the book’s vocabulary checklist into tale contexts. A newly extra part known as “Panorama of phrases” exhibits how a number of the 601 phrases are utilized in various sources―newspapers, magazines, books, tv, and speeches. scholars making plans to take standardized exams will locate this e-book to be a worthwhile vocabulary builder. It additionally makes a worthwhile reference e-book for ESL students.
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Warlock, soothsayer, arcane) 3. “Man, your face is as white as a ghost’s” (pallor, conundrum, inscrutable) 4. A pickpocket’s nimble fingers (purloin, alchemy, ritual) 5. ” (exorcise, phenomenology, polygraph) 6. A good poker player’s face (alchemy, inscrutable, thaumaturgy) 7. With the IQ of a genius, Luz can solve any mathematical puzzle (conundrum, warlock, ritual) 8. An alien warship was reported to have flown over Seattle (phenomenology, demonology, shamus) 9. We recite the Pledge of Allegiance each morning (exorcise, soothsayer, ritual) 10.
13. therapeutic-curative; serving to heal. 14. tumescence-swelling. 15. vasectomy-the surgical removal of a duct that conveys the male sperm—the vas deferens Exercises I. Which Word Comes to Mind? In each of the following, read the statement, then circle the word that comes to mind. 1. Eugene O’Neill’s play, The Hairy Play (vasectomy, biopsy, simian) 2. The Federal Drug Administration’s report on harmful food addictives (aphasia, carcinogen, prosthesis) 3. Breast surgery (etiology, malingerer, mastectomy) 4.
4. The Beatles started a musical _____________ that has gained worldwide acceptance. 5. Because of the ______________ gap, Roger found it difficult to relate to his grandson. 6. My grandfather’s _____________ notions need updating. 7. With the evident power of ____________, Liza could predict the future. 8. Guido’s interest in philately proved to be _____________ because he sold his entire collection. 9. It seemed to take an ______________ before the traffic jam allowed us to get moving again. 10.