2018 GRE Word List: 3861 GRE Words For High GRE Verbal Score by Franklin Vocab System

2018 GRE Word List: 3861 GRE Words For High GRE Verbal Score

Book Title: 2018 GRE Word List: 3861 GRE Words For High GRE Verbal Score

Publisher: Franklin Vocab System

Author: Franklin Vocab System

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Franklin Vocab System with 2018 GRE Word List: 3861 GRE Words For High GRE Verbal Score

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Your search for the best GRE vocab prep book is finally over. When you buy GRE Word List with Free CD #1 Download, you get all the 3861 words, meanings, and for most words, memorable sentence fragments exactly as used in Franklin GRE Vocab Builder Audio Program along with CD#1 as download.

Best For You If

1. If you are an American student who is not strong in vocabulary.

2. If you are a foreigner and English is not your first language.

Why is vocabulary so very important on the GRE test?

It is so important because for most people it is more difficult to memorize vocabulary than to improve math skills.

So if you can memorize the high frequency GRE words (which others find difficult) it can help you get high GRE score.

Why is GRE Vocab So Hard?

GRE Requires You to Know the Less Common Meanings of Words

It may surprise you that GRE tends to test you for meanings that are not the most common meanings of words.

For example, here are some words and the meanings you need to know (taken from the course). I have also added the meaning that will not lead to correct answer:

milk = extract

USE = the directors milked the company of several million dollars

(not the milk you drink)

riddle = to make many holes in, permeate

USE = the anti-aircraft guns riddled the plane's wings with bullets

(not a puzzle)

root = to dig

USE = she rooted through the papers on her desk

(not root of a tree)

rifle = search through and steal

USE = the safe had been rifled and the diamonds were gone

(not the rifle used for firing bullets)

Carefully Selected Meanings and Memorable Sentence Fragments

The words are given in bold (example, the words belabor and buttress below). The meaning is given after the equal sign (=) following a word. The words are not necessarily in alphabetical order.

We have used the US spellings. The British spelling of a word, when different from the US spelling, is given in bracket after BRITISH as shown for the word belabor below.

USE gives a sentence fragment carefully chosen for memory. When no sentence fragment is given, a * is shown as in the word buttress below.

belabor (BRITISH = belabour) = to assail verbally, to insist repeatedly or harp on

USE = belabor a point

buttress = support

USE = *

#1 Biggest Time-Wasting, Failure-Causing Advice Given by Well Meaning Teachers, Friends, and Even Parents

The mistaken advice is this: Learn 10 new words daily and you'll know 3650 words in one year.

The advice simply does not work because here is the fact: while most people are capable of learning 10 new words a day, but everybody forgets within a week and many forget within 24 hours.

Other versions of the same advice includes use 10 flashcards day, use a dictionary, read English novels, etc.

Important: Please note that it is not your fault because it is the nature of the human mind.

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