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My Dearest Students
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Mother tongue ()

Entrance, Admission GAT PAT
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... The river never returns.
... Vocab
Absolute ? () ... Junior Vocab
& ...
Vocab Absolute
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passage Your wish comes true.
Memolody, Vocab Tree Tactics & Strategic
Structure

Your S.E.L.F. Your Success!
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Contents

Part I: Vocab Tree Tactics


Chapter I: Dealing with unseen vocabulary
1.1 Strategic Structure
1.2 Context Clues
- Punctuation & Definition
- Connector
- Logical Reasoning
1.3 Word Analysis
- Prefix /Roots /Suffix
Chapter II - Increase your seen vocabulary
Memory Booster

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Roots songs
1. Press Prim
2. Spec Spic
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6. Mr.
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Two-Word Verb songs


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14.
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18.
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20.

Break up
Run

and I
Look out
Take
Put
Get

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Vocabulary songs
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23. Careful careless

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26. Scary woman

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38. Take part in

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39. Socialista

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40. Prove

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Connector songs
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42. Whats more
43. Because of you
44. So I love you
45. Mr. Doobey Doo.
Part II: Exam Analysis
Chapter I: Synonym
- Confusing words
- Collocation
Chapter II: Antonym
Chapter III: Cloze test
- Sentence Completion
- Cloze Passage
Chapter IV: Reading test
- Health & Medicine
- Science & Technology
- Economy
- Law
- Social topics
Chapter V: Analogy

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Chapter VI: New-Trend test


- Polysemy
- Sentences Rearrangement
Exam Analysis: GAT 54
Part III: Miscellaneous
Chapter I: Interesting Excerpts
Chapter II: Comics
Chapter III: Poems
Chapter IV: Songs
Part IV: Self Exercise
Hula-hoop
Hula-hoop: Round 1
Hula-hoop: Round 2
Hula-hoop: Round 3
Dumbbell
Dumbbell: Round 1
Dumbbell: Round 2
Dumbbell: Round 3
Jump Rope
Jump Rope: Round 1
Jump Rope: Round 2
Jump Rope: Round 3
Twister Plate
Twister Plate: Round 1
Twister Plate: Round 2
Twister Plate: Round 3
Treadmill
Treadmill: Round 1
Treadmill: Round 2
Cycling Machine
Cycling Machine: Round 1
Cycling Machine: Round 2
Answer Key
Self-Reinforcement

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PART I:
VOCAB TREE TACTICS

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Vocab Tree

CHAPTER 1:

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CHAPTER 1:
DEALING WITH UNSEEN VOCABULARY

Passage
Passage Passage

(Unseen Vocabulary)

1.1 STRATEGIC STRUCTURE






(Strategic Structure) 2



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2

1. ______________________
2. ______________________
3. ______________________
4. ______________________

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1. Verb
Verb 1 Verb
1.1 V. tense voice
Ex : PNan has just finished her yoga class.
1.2 Helping Verb (Auxiliary verbs/Modal Verb) + Vinf = V.
Ex : You should not miss tonight show.
1.3 Non-Finite Verb (Ving /Ved /To Vinf /Vinf)
>>> V.
Ex : Would you rather spend time gardening or spend money paying somebody to
do it for you?
1.4 Verb Suffix (-en/-ize/-ify/-ate)
>>> Verb
Ex : I finally realize that what I have done is totally wrong.

2. Subject/Object
Subject Object
2.1 Noun
Dr. Oak calls PNan twice a day.
2.2 Pronoun She is the one whom I can depend on.
2.3 Noun Clause I believe that he is honest.
2.4 Gerund

Playing music is good for your brain.

2.5 Q. word + to V.inf I still remember what he told me last night.

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3. Complement
Linking Verb Complement
Object Subject/Object //
2
3.1 S+LV+C

PNan got angry when ViVi broke her heart.

3.2 S+LV+O+C We couldnt keep cigarettes dry in the rain.



(Modifier)
(Modifier)

1. Prepositional phrase
2. Adjective clause
3. Clause with connector
4. Punctuation
5. Participle
Modifier
Grammatical Structure Meaning
meaning
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Exercise: Strategic Structure


1. SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea could carry out a third nuclear test next year
to strengthen the credentials of its young leader-in-waiting, Kim Jong-un,
a research report from a South Korean Foreign Ministry institute said on Friday.
Subject: __________________
Verb: ___________________
This story is about:
a. nuclear explosion in North Korea
b. North Korea nuclear test
c. South Korean Foreign Ministry
2. PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - The head of Haiti's voodoo religion appealed to
authorities Thursday to halt bloody lynching of voodoo priests by people who
blame them for causing the Caribbean country's deadly cholera epidemic.
Subject: ___________________
Verb: ___________________
According to the news, what does the head want to do?
a. to blame voodoo priests
b. to halt deadly cholera epidemic
c. to stop killing voodoo priests

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3. ROME (Reuters) - An Italian anarchist group claimed responsibility for parcel


bombs on Thursday that wounded two people at the Swiss and Chilean
embassies in Rome, a reminder of Europe's home-grown threats at a time of
political instability.
Subject: ___________________
Verb: ___________________
What does the news mainly about?
a. the claim of anarchist group
b. Swiss and Chilean embassies
c. Europe's home-grown threats
4. ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Incumbent Ivory Coast leader Laurent Gbagbo faces a
cash crunch that could make it hard for him to continue paying the wages of
soldiers who back him, after the West African regional central bank cut his
access to funds.
Subject: ___________________
Verb: ___________________
This story is about:
a. how to support Ivory Coast
b. cash crunch in Ivory Coast
c. wage of Ivory Coast soldiers
5. MOHMAND, Pakistan (Reuters) - Insurgents attacked five security checkpoints
in a northwestern Pakistan region on the Afghan border on Friday killing 11
soldiers and leading to clashes in which 24 militants died, officials said.
Subject: ___________________
Verb: ___________________
How many people died in this rebel:
a. 11
b. 24
c. 35

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6. HONOLULU (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and his Russian counterpart


Dmitry Medvedev on Thursday discussed a new nuclear weapons treaty
expected to deepen ties between the two nations, the White House said
Subject: ___________________
Verb: ___________________
This story is about:
a. two nations relationship
b. Barack Obama
c. argument of a new nuclear weapons treaty
7. MOSCOW (Reuters) - Jailed former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky faces a
verdict next week in a second trial whose outcome will test the Kremlin's
readiness for reform and shape Russia's political climate ahead of a 2:12
presidential vote.
Subject: ___________________
Verb: ___________________
This story is about:
a. Jailed former oil tycoons verdict
b. political climate
c. 2:12 presidential vote
8. KABUL (Reuters) - A suspected weapons smuggler captured in southern
Afghanistan is not a member of Iran's Revolutionary Guard as first thought,
the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said on Friday
Subject: ______________
Verb: ________________
What is the news mainly about?
a. a weapons smuggler
b. a member of Iran's Revolutionary Guard
c. International Security Assistance Force

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1.2 CONTEXT CLUES


(Context Clues)



context clues


Ex : She had been charged with being an accessory to the embezzlement of fund
from a co-operative farm.
accessory (n.)
accessory ?
charged with being accessory (n.) ______________
phrasal verb slang
?
(Context Clues)
Ex : There was no one nearby who might see him trying to break into the house.
The moment she was out of sight she broke into a run.
She finally broke into films after an acclaimed stage career.
break into

___________________

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clue

Punctuation
& Definition

Context Clue

Connector


(Punctuation)
Clause/Sentence

- Experience or Inference clues

- Modifier clues
Logical Reasoning
- Summary clues

- Visual clues

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1. PUNCTUATION & DEFINITION



Dictionary Eng-Eng

a.

- Verb
Verb to be
mean
called
refer to
consist of
define as

be called
describe as

- Phrase
may be described as
can be thought of
that is
in other words
to put in another way to be known as

that is to say
can be defined as

A body of water surrounded by land is usually called a lake.


_________ lake _______________
______________________________________________________________________________
A committee may be defined as any group interacting in regard to a
common purpose.
_________ committee ________________
______________________________________________________________________________

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b. (Punctuation)


()
(parentheses)

(dash)

,
(comma)

:
(colon)

I spotted a horde - or mass - of birds flying south across the inlet.


____ horde _________
The club members' warmth and friendliness created a comforting ambience
(atmosphere) which I accepted eagerly.
____ ambience _______________
The ocean's salinity, or salt content, varies from place to place.
_____ salinity _________________
c. Clause/Sentence
Farmers will be in trouble unless the drought ends soon; it hasnt rained
for seven weeks.
_______________ drought
drought
() 7 drought = ______________
John is a member of an anarchic community where there are no leaders.
clue _____________
anarchic community _________________________

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2. CONNECTOR
Connector connector
sense Positive (+)
Negative () , ,

a. (Contrast and Negation)


but/yet
on the other hand
as opposite to

though /
although
while / whereas
in spite of

however /
nevertheless
in contrast

even though
on the contrary
despite

PNan is voluble while her brother, Nut, was quiet.


____________
voluble __________ voluble
_________________________________
Despite her forcefulness, Cindy was uncertain what to do next.
____________
forcefulness ____________
forcefulness ________________________________

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b. (Similarity)
Sense
(Parallel Structure)

also
and
as
in the same way
just as
like
similar to
similarly
the same as
alike
likewise
as if
compared with
as though
She has a reputation for brilliance. Also, she is gorgeous.
_____________ gorgeous
_______________ gorgeous
_____________________
He cut the paper precisely on the line, and it fit perfectly in the grooves
of the picture frame.
________ precisely
_________ precisely _____________
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Cause

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because/
since, for, as
because of
now that
on account of
due to
owing to
(be) caused by
(be) affected by

Effect

()
therefore

so, so that

in order that
bring about
lead to

that is why
result in
so as to

Travellers needed food and shelter for the night, so inns were built and
markets.
____
shelter
for a night clue
shelter shelter ________
Because it is an area of outstanding natural beauty, the number of boats
available for hire on the river is limited.
_________
outstanding
outstanding
outstanding __________________

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d.


e.g./for example
ex.

for instance
as follows

such as

like
especially

Do you participate in one of the more popular avocation, such as jogging,


tennis, or stamp collecting?
avocation
___________ jogging, tennis, or stamp collecting
avocation _______________________
You must be an amateur, i.e. someone who has never competed for prize
money in athletics.
amateur _______

amateur ___________________________

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3. LOGICAL REASONING

1. Experience or Inference

Ex: Elenas repudiation of Jerrys bad table manners was obvious to everyone at
dinner as she dropped her napkin and left the table.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_____ ________ ________ ________ __________
repudiation _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Ex: The decision Veronica made to study instead of going out for pizza with her
friends was prudent. She got an A on the exam, while her friends all got Ds.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_____ ________ ________ ________ __________
prudent _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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2. Modifier clues

who, which, where, that, with,


without (phrase) verb+ing verb 3
Ex: Nylon and polyester are synthetic fibers made by man.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_____ ________ ________ ________ __________
_____ ________ ________ ________ __________
synthetic _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

3. Summary clues

Ex: Forty-seven pairs is a superfluous amount of shoes.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_____ ________ ________ ________ __________

superfluous _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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4. Visual clues
1984-1991 (Per thousand)
30
24.55
25

24.33

25.43
24.19
22.5

21.83
20

19.2

18.58
death rate

15

10

birth rate

9.22

4.87

3.48

4.06

2.08

3.51

3.58
2.64

0
1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

(Picture) (Drawing) (Chart) (Graph)


Ex: The birth rate dropped steadily from 1984 to 1986 before going up to 24.55 the
following year and it then stayed fairly steady for another year.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_____ ________ ________ ________ __________
steady _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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Exercise: Context Clue >>> Punctuation and Definition


Part I
1. The cardiologist (a heart doctor) has many choices of new treatment suitable for
his parent.
Context clue: ___________
Cardiologist means ______________________________
2. Jack was a mediocre, or average, student in all of his subjects. He never did more
than what was required.
Context clue: ______ or _________
Mediocre means _________________________________
3. It is hard to believe that my millionaire cousin was once indigent, that is, so poor
he lived on the streets.
Context clue: ___________
Indigents means _________________________________
4. Superstition is a traditional belief that a certain action or event can cause or
foretell an apparently unrelated event.
Context clue: ___________
Superstition means _______________________________

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5. The little girl was showing signs of ocular problems - she squinted to read the
blackboard and complained of headaches after working on the computer for too
long.
Context clue: ________
Ocular means _______________________________
6. The crowd rewarded the singer with plaudits, or extreme praise, by clapping and
cheering during a standing ovation.
Context clue: _____ or,
Plaudits means ______________________________

Part II
7. I expected truthfulness from a doctor; I was shocked by his mendacity.
Context clue: ______________
a. duplicity

b. meanness

c. candidness

d. knowledge

8. Joan loves to buy exotic foods: vegetables and herbs from China, spices from
India, olives from Greece, and cheeses from France.
Context clue: ______________
a. expensive

b. seasonings

c. from other places d. rare

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9. Ivan is a wonderful piano player. But Jerri is more versatile; she sings, acts, paints
and writes poetry, and also plays the piano.
Context clue: ______________
a. talented

b. show off

c. superior skills

d. many abilities

10. Hurricanes and tornadoes are treacherous. Only a very foolish person would
go out during that kind of weather.
Context clue: ______________
a. exciting

b. dangerous

c. delirious

d. safe

Exercise: Context Clue >>> Connector


1. Emotionally disturbed people may be troubled by morbid thoughts. For instance,
they may often think about suicide or murder.
Context clue: ______________
a. disturbing
b. dealing with death
c. psychologically ill
d. scary
2. You can trust the salesmen at that store because they always conduct
business in an aboveboard manner.
Context clue: ______________
a. honestly
b. sneaky
c. repugnant
d. unusual
3. Petra is a gregarious person, so she has so many friends
Context clue: ______________
a. introverted, self-contained
b. shy, quiet
c. friendly, outgoing
d. rude, hostile

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4. Because she had never learned to think about the consequences of her actions,
her behavior tended to be capricious. One moment, she was going to marry
and have a big family; the next she wanted to dedicate herself to a career
and give up on love. The constant changes in her moods and goals tended to
tire out those around her.
Context clue: ______________
a. impulsive
b. organized
c. comical
d. unacceptable
5. The girls languidly put on their jackets as if they had no energy at all.
Context clue: ______________
a. energetically
b. quickly
c. energy-less
d. actively
6. My father died when I was a baby, but Mom told me so many stories about
him that I feel I knew him well. For example, one anecdote was about how he
cried with joy when I was born.
Context clue: ______________
a. medicine or cure
b. biographical account
c. example
d. joke
7. The mother was determined to prove her son's innocence; the father was
resolute as well.
Context clue: ______________
a. wavering
b. determined
c. not determined
d. unsure

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8. The old mans hair was sparse rather than thick and full like it was when he
was young.
Context clue: ______________
a. rude
b. light
c. opaque
d. tiny
9. We thought that the mother would be very distraught at hearing of her
husband's accident; however, she took the news quite calmly.
Context clue: ______________
a. tranquil
b. angry
c. disgusted
d. anxious
1:. From childhood, he had been a staunch friend who was always there when I
needed him. But suddenly in the past year, he had become unreliable and
withdrawn.
Context clue: ______________
a. casual
b. devoted
c. unstable
d. lovely

Exercise: Context Clue >>> Logical Reasoning


1. The police set up a barricade in front of the murder scene.
a. barrier
b. food stand
c. chalk line

d. bar

2. The bus driver left the door ajar so that returning passengers could rebound
after the rest stop.
a. unlocked
b. well marked
c. well lit
d. slightly open

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3. The tiger's roar could be heard in villages far away.


a. food a tiger eats
b. a tiger's dream
c. a tiger's ear
d. a sound a tiger makes
4. The thought of eating a rat is abhorrent to most people.
a. fun, lively
b. horrible, repugnant c. delicious, tasty

d. sweet, sugary

5. The hill was too arduous for us to climb. We had to walk our bicycles up the
hill.
a. tall
b. exciting
c. sensational
d. difficult
6. When having a problem, it is best to dissect the situation then act.
a. control
b. discuss
c. ignore
d. analyze
7. The scientist was able to evoke powerful emotions from her audience.
a. sell
b. calm
c. call forth
d. exaggerate
8. The general tried to instill in his troops the hope of victory.
a. infuse
b. delay
c. inscribe

d. indict

9. Your response to her question was rather terse. You could practice patience.
a. unspoken
b. full of meaning c. brief
d. made clear
1:. The boy was caught stealing from the store. His larceny caught up with him
when the owner showed him a video tape.
a. gift
b. theft
c. lawless
d. honour

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Context Clues
(
) clues clues

1.3 WORD ANALYSIS



3 (Prefix), (Root)
(Suffix)
Root -
()
Prefix

Suffix

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1. Megaphone
Prefix:mega
Root: phone
Megaphone ________________________________
2. Transcribe
Prefix:trans , ,
Root: scribe
Megaphone ________________________________
3. Alternate
Root: alter ,
Suffix: ate
Alternate ________________________________
4. Contraception
Prefix: contra ,
Root: cept
Suffix: tion
Contraception ________________________________
5. Insatiable
Prefix: in
Root: sat
Suffix: able
Insatiable ________________________________

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prefix, root, suffix


prefix, root, suffix

attest at + test ( + )
prefix, root, suffix

Police records attest to his long history of violence.
attest

________________________
______________

Ex : Others retort that strong central power is a dangerous thing in Russia.
_______________ retort
retort , ,
,
retort re + tort ( + )

(Strategic Structure), (Context Clues)
(Word Analysis) _____________________________
word analysis context clues
prefix, root, suffix

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Exercise: Word Analysis >>> Roots


-Pul, -Pel
1. Which word means obligatory?
a.) compulsory

b.) compelling

c.) repulsive

d.) impulsive

2. Which pair of words has the same meaning?


a.) compulsive compelling
b.) repulsive compulsive
c.) dispel repel
d.) propellant pulsation
3. Which word has the same meaning as expel?
a.) propel

b.) dispel

c.) compel

d.) repel

-Press-, -Prim-, -Prin1. Words cant express how angry we felt. (Polysemy)
a.) Bill is not afraid to express his opinions.
b.) The value of the coffee becomes significantly higher when expressed in
foreign currency.
c.) Please send these books by express.
d.) Matthew left express instructions to keep all doors locked.

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2. Which word means to prevent something from growing or developing?


a.) impress

b.) suppress

c.) depress

d.) imprint

3. One candidate in particular _____ us with her good knowledge.


a.) suppressed

b.) depressed

c.) impressed

d.) oppressed

-Sent, -Sense
1. A madman walking through the road is _____.
a.) sensible

b.) sensitive

c.) senseless

d.) sensual

2. The nerves that receive sensory stimuli, such as how something feels and if it
is painful, smooth, rough, etc, is called _____.
a.) Sensory nerve

b.) sensitive emotion c.) resentment

d.) sensation

3. What is the opposite word of dissent?


a.) resent

b.) consent

c.) sense

d.) descent

Spire
1. He had lived illegally in the United States for five years after his visitors visa
_____.
a.) aspire
b.) transpire
c.) expire
d.) respire
2. Their problem can only be solved in a _____ of compromise.
a.) spirit
b.) inspiration
c.) respiration
d.) aspiration
3. What is the meaning of transpire?
a.) to happen
b.) to dispel

c.) to traffic

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Voc, -Voke
1. A: Is he alright?
B: Hes been using his _____ cords a lot.
a.) vocational
b.) vocal
c.) volcanic

d.) advocated

2. She hopes her editorial will _____ readers into thinking seriously about the
issue.
a.) convoke
b.) provoke
c.) revoke
d.) advocate
3. _____ means to officially state that a law, decision, or agreement is no longer
effective.
a.) convoke
b.) provoke
c.) revoke
d.) advocate

Fac
1. _____ means able to do something well or skillfully.
a.) proficient

b.) effective

c.) deficient

d.) beneficial

2. Food, water, etc that is _____ contains bacteria that spread disease.
a.) infected

b.) affected

c.) faceted

d.) perfect

3. Books and stories about imaginary people and events are _____.
a.) textbooks

b.) novels

c.) fictions

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d.) artifacts

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CHAPTER 2:
INCREASE YOUR SEEN VOCABULARY
Memory Booster
Memolody
Memory
Melody

3,:::

()

Roots Songs

Page

1. Press Prim
2. Spec Spic
3.
4.
5.
6. Mr.
7.
8.
9.
1:. story
11.
12.

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1. Press Prim

R________ ,
S________ ,
C________ , , P_______
E________ , p________
I________
() O________ ,
D________ ,
() R________ P_______
I_______
P________

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2. Spec Spic

...

...

""

.. ...

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S________ S________
S________
S________ S________
S________
I________ A________
S________ ()
S________ S________
C________ T________
E________ P________
R________
P________ D________
R________
A________

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3.

Aster Astro

A__________

C__________

A__________

A_________

D_________

A__________

A__________

A_________

A_________

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4. (Pulse-Pel)

P________ P________
C________ C________
D________ E________
C________ I________
R________
R________ I________
C________ C________
I________

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5.

()

S________ R________
V________ V________ V________
V________ C________ ________ ( CV)
V________

(*)

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C________ T________
D________ M________ R________
P________ I________

6. Mr.

* P________ D________
S________
A________ C________
I________ P________
T________ T________ to
E________ / Balloon
I________ T________ ... !

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7. (Miss-mit)

(!)

C________ Suicide C________ Crime


E________ , , , ,
M________ T________
, , V________
S________ C________
R________ M________

(!)

P________ A________
A________ D________

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S________ S________
P________ C________
O________
E________
M________
P________ ()

8. (sent, sense)

...

...

* S________
S________ S________
S________ S________
S________

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S________
A________ C________ D________
R________ S________
S________ ... ()

...

9.

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E________
T________ T________
D________ R________
T________

(*)

D________ I________
A________ to you
P________ L________,

10. story

go inter

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English
Infinitive Subjunctive

The love of her life


He then he said
Hi, My names Gumpky, andwhats your name?

freaks him out

7:: highlight 7

tutor !

motivation

* D________ , ,
I________ ,
S________ , S________ to
P________ R________ ,
C________ , , D________

she became a master of vocab, grammar.

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Gumpky

I wanna marry you, my gorgeous guy

and hes asking her to be his wife

** I________ O________
P________ , ,
D________ , , E________
D________ of opponent
E________ to the sun

Mr. Gumpky

utilize

NYC

Miss Kimmie

Brand Gucci Armani The Kimmie

Americanized

Kimmie

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11.
16.

C__________
.. O__________
A__________
C__________ ...
C_________
D__________ ... (..)

I__________
C__________
O__________
T__________
T__________
T__________
T__________ T__________
T__________
T__________
T__________
S__________ .. E__________
. T__________

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12. (tain, tent, tin)



...
...

* D__________ M__________ R__________


C__________ A__________
O__________ S__________

** C__________ T__________
E__________ C__________
C__________

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Two Word Verbs Songs

Page

13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

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52
53
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54
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Break up
Run

and I
Look out
Take
Put
Get

13. Break up

* Break ____

Break ______
Break ____
( *)

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** Break______
Break _____ my house
Break _____
Break __________ me
Break ______
Break ______ ( **)

14. Run

* Run _______
Run ______ Run ______
Run_____
Run _____ Prime Minister
Run _______ Run _____ ( *)

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15.

* Call ________, Call ________


Call_______
Call ______ your house
Call _____, Call ______
Call ______ ( *)

** Give _____, Give ____


Give ____
Give _____

Give ____ ( **)

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16. & I
()
Turn ____ TV. Turn ____
Turn ____ TV. Turn _____
Turn _____ Turn ______
Turn ______
Turn_____ ,
Turn________
......
, Turn____, Turn ___
Turn_____
Turn me ____
It turns ____that I have to turn ___ my mummy

remote turn ___


Turn _____ to me

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17. Look out

*
Look ______

Look ____
Look ___ to ( *)

** Look ____
Look _____ Look_____ ( **)

18. Take
*
Take

Take
Take me _____ granted
someone Take ___________ me
Take ______
Take_____
Take _____ our shoes ( *)

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Take

Take
** Take ______
Take ______
Take ______ Take ______
Take _______, Take ______
Take _________ ( **)

19. Put




* Put ______
Put _____the bad time
Put _____ clothes
Put _______ for you ( *)


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** Put it _______
I never put you _______
someone will put you________
Put_____
Put ________ the bad things ( **)

20. Get
* Get____
Get ______ to Get ______
Get lost Get_____
Get _________ (*)
Get _____ (into )
Get ______ (on )
Get_____
Get ____________
Get _______ (*)
* Get _____ of (out of )
Get ____- (off )

Get_____
Get ___________
Get _______ (**)

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Exercise: Phrasal verbs


1. Don't smoke in the forest. Fires ________ easily at this time of the year.
a. break away

b. break out

c. break down

d. break off

2. I'm afraid, we have ________ apple juice. Will an orange juice do?
a. run out of

b. run down

c. run in through

d. run for

3. A friend of mine ________ her wedding after her fianc died.


a. called for

b. called by

c. called at

d. called off

4. I cannot ________ your horrid behavior anymore.


a. put off

b. put aside

c. put up with

d. put out

5. As an excuse for being late, she ________ a whole story.


a. made by

b. made up

c. made in

d. made of with

6. The police told the thief to ________ his gun ________.


a. give up

b. give out

c. catch on

d. catch at

7. When my sister goes on vacation, I ________ her dog.


a. look at

b. look for

c. look after

d. look up

8. When she kissed the frog, it ________ a handsome prince.


a. turned up

b. turned in

c. turned into

d. turned against

c. looking out

d. looking over

9. The police are ________ the murder.


a. looking into

b. looking down

1:. He ________ a large sum of money when his aunt died.


a. came across

b. come about

c. come along

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d. came into

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Vocabulary Songs

Page

21.

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22.

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23. Careful careless

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24.

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25.

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26. Scary woman

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27.

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28.

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29.

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30.

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31.

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32.

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33.

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34.

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35. What will I be

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36.

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37.

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38. Take part in

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39. Socialista

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40. Prove

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21.

*
C_________, C________, C_________, C__________

D________, D_________ D________

22.
* I need some t_____ o____,
some E___________, some R__________
Why don't you let me find some A__________?
D________'s what I need. ( *)
** D________, D_________, I___________
M________, E________, E_________,
P________ how much I love you.
Need some t_____ o____.
C________ my love to you. ( **)
Let me S_______ you.

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23. Careful - Careless


* Why haven't I been more C________?
Why haven't I been C________?
I'm not D_______, D_________, C________
look _____, Watch _____, Beware ____ you.
** I have to pay the price for being Careless
R_____, I________, r_______, I_______
I am too M_______.
Yes, I am too T________.
Should not have been H________ of you.

24.

*A_________, I_________, M_________, M________,A________


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**S______, S_____, S______, E_______, S________


( *, **)

25.

..

* D_______

E______,E_______

D________

D_______,D_______

** R______

l______, l______

S________

S_______, F_____

( *,**)

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26.Scary woman
She's so A_____, D_______,
F_______, F________, F________, S_______
Such a H_______, T_______ I've never seen.
So A________!!

27.

E_________

I________

V_______

R______

N_______

S________

K_____

I_______ C_______

C________

S________

28.

G_______, U_____, wipe _______

B______, A________

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**

E_______, E_______, E_________

D_______, D________, D_______

( *, **)

29.

* F________, F________, F_______, S_________


F______, M________ C________
A______ A________, B________,
G________ *

30.


.
..

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*A_______, A_______, P_______, P_______,D________


A________,S_______, S_______, D_____, T_______
F____, A____ R____

.
.. ( *)

31.



*
A_______, A______, E_______,E______,E_______, E_______



**
ward ____, S________, S________, D______, S_________

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32.
B______ on, B______ on, D_______ on
R______ on, L______ on.....on...on
H_______ on, C________ on

33.
C_____

S_______

L______ to

P_______ I______

C________ to

Bring _______ Result _____

T_______

Stir _____

34.

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* S_____
W______, W_____, B_______, B______, B_______
I_______, I________
S_______ A________

!
!

35. What will I be?


When I was just a little girl, I asked my mother, What will I be?
T_______, Y________, J________, Y______, A________s the answer.
Then, A_____, M_____, grown ___, M______, f________
Those of A_____________, The E________
S_________, The A_______ what well finally become.

36.


*A_______,A________, A__________,F________

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P________, P__________, F_________


D________, S_________
H_____, O________

( *)

37.





* M_____, A________, H_________,
V______, V______, M________, M________,
D_______, D__________
S______, M__________
But you know, I'll be the same. ( *)
(I'll always stay the same. I'll never change.)

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( *)

38. Take Part In


**
be E_______ to you
be I________ in reaching your goal
J_______, P_______, E_______, P_______ in helping you
Get ______, A______, E______, E________ .................
Take part ____ your dreams

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39. Socialista

Social Network A_______, A______, L_____, J_____
C_______
Comment Chat Online
Socialista P_____, S______, H____, H____, A____, T____
Update
* Socialista Facebook

Tweet

Socialista
()

( *)

40. Prove






A_____ to , P_______ , V________ V_______
T________

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.....




V______ , A________ , S_______ ,C_______ , C________

A_______ to , P______ , V_______ V________
T________

V________ , A________, S_______ , C_______


C________

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