By Amy E. Olsen
Academic Vocabulary presents vocabulary construction with a visually stimulating, full-color layout to pique scholars’ curiosity and make the method enjoyable. This appealing, highly-interactive workbook improves educational observe wisdom via educational readings and interactive workouts. Repetition of the phrases and getting the scholars to work out the phrases utilized in a number of contexts improves memorization.
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