SAT Test Prep Commonly Confused Words Review--Exambusters Flash Cards--Workbook 5 of 9: SAT Exam Study Guide
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SAT Prep Flashcard Workbook 5: WORDS COMMONLY CONFUSED Do you know the difference between fewer and less, when to use it's or its, or how to distinguish between historical and historic or tortuous and torturous? This course contains 500 pairs of commonly confused words, some so frequently misused that their wrong application has become acceptable to many ears. Includes part of speech, pronunciation, simple definition, and usage example. Mastering the differences will improve your written grammar, verbal communication, and most importantly, your SAT test score! [==================] ADDITIONAL WORKBOOKS: SAT Prep Flashcard Workbook 3: COLLEGE PREP VOCABULARY 350 frequently tested SAT words every college freshman should know. Perfect for anyone who wants to enrich their vocabulary! Improve your reading comprehension and conversation. Includes sample sentence, part of speech, pronunciation, succinct, easy-to-remember definition, and common synonyms and antonyms. _______________ SAT Prep Flashcard Workbook 8: ALGEBRA 1 450 questions and answers that highlight introductory algebra definitions, problems, and concepts. Topics: Algebraic Concepts, Sets, Variables, Exponents, Properties of Numbers, Simple Equations, Signed Numbers, Monomials, Polynomials, Additive and Multiplicative Inverse, Word Problems, Prime Numbers, Factoring, Algebraic Fractions, Ratio and Proportion, Variation, Radicals, Quadratic Equations =================================== EXAMBUSTERS SAT Prep Workbooks provide comprehensive, fundamental SAT review--one fact at a time--to prepare students to take practice SAT tests. Each SAT study guide focuses on one specific subject area covered on the SAT exam. From 300 to 600 questions and answers, each volume in the SAT series is a quick and easy, focused read. Reviewing SAT flash cards is the first step toward more confident SAT preparation and ultimately, higher SAT exam scores!