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Copyright ©2003 LearningExpress, LLC.All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by LearningExpress, LLC, New York.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data:Chesla, Elizabeth L.501 vocabulary questions / Liz Chesla.p. cm.Includes bibliographical references.ISBN 1-57685-465-5 (pbk.)1. Vocabulary—Examinations, questions, etc.I. Title: Five hundred onevocabulary questions.II. Title: Five hundred and one vocabulary questions.III. Title.PE1449.C47 2003428.1'076—dc212003001224Printed in the United States of America9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1First EditionISBN 1-57685-465-5For more information or to place an order, contact LearningExpress at:55 Broadway8th FloorNew York, NY 10006Or visit us at:
The LearningExpress Skill Builder in Focus Writing Teamiscomprised of experts in test preparation, as well as educators and teachers who specialize in language arts and math.LearningExpress Skill Builder in Focus Writing TeamLara BohlkeMiddle School Math Teacher, Grade 8Dodd Middle SchoolCheshire, ConnecticutElizabeth CheslaEnglish InstructorCoordinator of Technical & Professional CommunicationProgramPolytechnic University, BrooklynSouth Orange, New JerseyBrigit DermottFreelance WriterEnglish Tutor, New York CaresNew York, New YorkDarren DunnEnglish TeacherRiverhead School DistrictRiverhead, New YorkBarbara FineEnglish InstructorSecondary Reading SpecialistSetauket, New YorkSandy GadeProject EditorLearningExpressNew York, New York
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Introductionix1 It’s Not What You Say, But How You Say it12 Word Pairs I113 Personality Traits and Attitudes I194 One-Syllable Wonder Words275 Lights, Camera, Action—Vivid Verbs356 Crime and Punishment437 To Be or Not To Be518 Word Pairs II619 What’s It Like? Appearances and Conditions6910 Person, Place, or Thing? Nouns I7511 Words about Work and Play, Food and Drink,81and Time12 Opposites Attract—Antonyms I8913 Describing Ideas and Arguments97Contents
14 Things to Do—More Useful Verbs10315 Word Pairs III11316 Personality Traits and Attitudes II12117 Government and Politics13118 Person, Place, or Thing? Nouns II14119 What’s It Like? More Words to Describe Things14920 Word Pairs IV15721 Love and Hate, War and Peace16522 Opposites Attract—Antonyms II17523 Words about Religion and Words from183Stories and Myths24 Ways of Being—More Words to Describe191People and Their Behavior25 Vocabulary Grab Bag199
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