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Daily SAT-ACT Reader: Edition #16

Today's Daily SAT-ACT Reader features articles from the Opinion & Editorial sections of this week's Chicago Tribune:

1. 10 things you might not know about #^%@!! profanities
Chicago Tribune, 10/14/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 13

Chicago Tribune: 10 things you might not know about #^%@!! profanities

Who knew you could learn SAT/ACT vocabulary words by reading about profanity?! Read more to learn words like circumspect, collegiate, eternal, euphemism, overshadow, reform, and singular.

2. Voting rights — and wrongs
Chicago Tribune, 10/10/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 20

Chicago Tribune: Voting rights — and wrongs

Across the country, the battle is heating up over voter ID and registration laws. Read more and learn vocabulary words like credence, disenfranchise, facilitating, impose, integrity, mandate, paramount, provisional, realm, and upheld.

3. Working in America: The myth of men in decline
Chicago Tribune, 10/10/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 20

Chicago Tribune: Working in America: The myth of men in decline

Today, the idea that men are fading while women are on the rise is often reported in newspapers, magazines, and in best-selling books - but is it true? Learn more and pick up some key vocabulary words including anthropologist, catalyst, decisive, empowering, integrate, matriarchy, mentor, narrative, and obsolete.

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