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Vocabulary Cartoons: Building an Educated Vocabulary with Visual Mnemonics [Paperback]

Sam Burchers , Max Burchers , Bryan Burchers
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March 1997
First complete collection of rhyming word and visual mnemonic aids for rapid vocabulary enhancement. This unique book contains 290 words commonly found on the SAT test and is presented with easy to remember memory aids in the form of word associations and humorous cartoons. Students learn three times more words in independent school tests. Makes vocabulary fun! As easy as reading the comics. It is a must for every college bound middle and high school student.

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5.0 out of 5 stars How To Double Your Vocabulary Oct. 27 2003
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Format:Paperback
How To Double Your Vocabulary
Despite advertising hype, no ONE book will double your vocabulary, but reading several vocabulary-building books can double your vocabulary. Different vocabulary-building books have different words and different explanations. If you don't learn a word from one book, you can learn it from another book.
Any vocabulary-building book will have many words, a fourth to half the book, that you already understand. You can always skip or skim the easy-to-you words.
Varied, incomplete word selection is another reason for using several books. Some books just take words used on past-standardized tests, neglecting other words. Other books, limit their words to words based on word roots, neglecting others. Often authors have thrown in personal favorite words, even if others rarely use the words. If you see a word in two or three books, it's generally a need-to-know word.
Cartoon/Mnemonic vocabulary books have their fans who like the mnemonic memory aids, which are useful before tests. If you don't like cartoons with mnemonic reminders, don't buy this book. The main weakness of Vocabulary Cartoons is with only one word and one cartoon per page, these books may only have a few hundred words and are expensive per word. Audio vocabulary books such as Elite Word Power, let you hearing each word pronounced correctly, helpful for improving speaking vocabulary.
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5.0 out of 5 stars if you wanna learn fast sats words Oct. 6 2003
Format:Paperback
this book is awesome from the first time i had i study 50 in two hours and thirty and i actually remember all of them what is really helpful is the review wheneva you done with the ten words they quiz that also helps alot on remembering and such overall this book is the best im about to buy the second one on this one so if you guys wanna learn sat words then this book is for you
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not Quite Enough July 14 2003
Format:Paperback
At first I thought this book would help me increase my score of 650. But I soon found the book lacking in more difficult words. Words such as gainsay and mundane are words that I seem to use in my so-called coloquial language.
I only recommend this book to those who want to reinforce their vocabulary or have trouble recalling things under pressure.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very effective method, not too advanced Sept. 22 2002
Format:Paperback
This is the best mnemonic vocabulary book I've come across. Most vocabulary books expect the reader to simply memorize dozens of words from a definition, an etymology and a sentence, then use fill-in-the-blank and multiple choice to reinforce and test you. As most know, it quickly becomes overwhelming. Vocabulatoons visual representations are truly memorable and I still remember the picture for the word for fjord (tourists looking at Ford cars in a Fjord).
The words are definitely geared toward high-school vocabulary and the SAT (as the book cover suggests) so I found myself already knowing about 75% of the words (e.g. gloat, legacy, phobia, vocation, ajar, aftermath).
I'm hoping the sequel to this book will have more advanced words, however, it never hurts to reinforce what words you *think* you already know.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Extremely Helpful July 14 2002
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Format:Paperback
I absolutely loved this book. Not only have I learned the 250 words effeciently in a fun way, but I also developed the ability to use menomic device for other words as well.
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