In this lesson, our instructor Rebekah Hendershot goes through an introduction on Some essential SAT vocabulary. She reviews the terms: belligerent, prolong, diverse, devoid, spare, anecdote, ornate, vivid, magnanimous, and common place.
The ornate jewelry box was covered with filigree and gold leaf; it was the most elaborately decorated thing Id ever seen.
(adj) strikingly bright or intense; brilliant; presenting the appearance, freshness, and spirit of life
Connected to vividly
The paintings colors were so vivid that I might have been standing in the garden with the flowers.
(adj) courageously or generously noble in mind and heart
The magnanimous teacher allowed his students to make up all the points theyd lost on the pop quiz.
(adj) ordinary; dull or platitudinous
My favorite ice-cream flavor is butter pecan; I would never like such a commonplace flavor as chocolate or vanilla. Recommended supplementary material to view SAT questions featured in lesson answer guides: The Official SAT Study Guide by the College Board.
Essential SAT Vocab: Part 5
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Educator.com recommends The Official SAT Study Guide published by The College Board, the administrators of the actual SAT test. In it, you will find additional practice questions and a review of all subjects, along with 10 official SAT practice tests. Our instructors work through several of the practice tests in real time, going through their thought processes and test-taking tips.
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