Vocabulary 200 Useful Words - Level 5
Synonyms and Antonyms for Verbs, Nouns and Adjectives Weeks 1-10
Together with IT, your Invisible Tutor, understand and remember 200 vital synonyms and antonyms. Save time by quickly seeing the pronunciation, key meanings, and the use of all 20 related words on one page while recalling and differentiating each word in carefully chosen assignments each day of the week. Explore related words in a wide spectrum of ways through games, creative activities, design, thoughtful essays, and comic strips. Grow by using these 200 significant words in relevant and creative ways with IT, your Invisible Tutor, guiding you each day.
Use this opportunity to thoroughly learn the full meaning of 1600 high level words to communicate more effectively with this five year plan.
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