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10 Words You Need to Know for the GRE

by • June 08, 2015
VOCABULARY for the GRE

Whether you’re studying for the GRE (Graduate Record Examinations test) or just want to improve your vocabulary, these are ten words you should learn how to use right now. Replete: filled or well-supplied with something. Our cupboard is replete with canned soup. Harbinger: A person or thing… MORE →

2 Pairs of Words People Confuse All Too Often

by • June 03, 2015
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Antidote vs. Anecdote Antidote: A remedy to counteract the effects of poison; something that counteracts or prevents something harmful. For example: We must find the antidote to the poison before its effects spread throughout the body. Her sense of humor is the perfect antidote to this stressful… MORE →