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Daily SAT-ACT Reader: Edition #26

Today's Daily SAT-ACT Reader features articles about Hurricane Sandy that is currently pummeling the East Coast.

1. Storm Slams Ashore and Disrupts Millions of Lives
The New York Times, 10/29/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 20

NYTimes: Storm Slams Ashore and Disrupts Millions of Lives

Read about how NYC is in lockdown mode after Sandy's arrival and learn vocabulary words like mammoth, merciless, sustained, bounty, consolidated, convergence, episodic, collage, and subsided.

2. Sandy slams into New Jersey, swamps lower Manhattan
Washington Post, 10/29/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 33

Washington Post: Sandy slams into New Jersey, swamps lower Manhattan

The DC Area did not escape Sandy's reach. Read more and learn vocabulary words like menace, inundated, gale, surcharge, mandatory, optimism, rogue, unprecedented, unique, debris, sanguine, and confluence.

3. Sandy makes landfall on New Jersey coast
The Boston Globe, 10/29/2012

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 25

Boston Globe: Sandy makes landfall on New Jersey coast

Boston is no stranger to hurricane-level storms either. Read more and learn vocabulary words like epic, hybrid, distinction, peril, fearsome, evacuate, meteorology, grates, unresponsive, dunes, and prone.

Stay safe and dry from Sandy (if she's in your neighborhood)!

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