Why allow yourself to be dominated linguistically by the lowest common denominator? If the 607 words in this book have fallen out of common use in the English language, it is neither from design nor function; it is from too many of us being reluctant to use a word which our listeners or readers might not understand. Jack's Handy List of Words, and its 607 often lighthearted illustrative sentences, is intended to reverse this trend, bring many of the interesting words back into more common use, and allow the reader to have fun learning or re-learning the intricacies of a higher vocabulary in English. It hits the mark from A to Z.
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|Size: ||791 KB|
|Publisher: ||Jack A. Fleischli|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9780983641810 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|