Learn 98 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader:
1. Richard III Mania: Understanding a Kingly Obsession
National Geographic, 2/6/2013
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 16
You might be wondering, why is the world going nuts over the discovery of a British king’s old bones? Read more about King Richard III, one of England's most notorious rulers, and learn vocabulary words like archaeological, discontent, genetics, grave, immortal, lamenting, myths, puns, reassessing, and wielded.
2. In praise of maps that fold
Los Angeles Times, 2/3/2013
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 40
A physical map has always had the power to thrill and this op-ed argues that you can't be an armchair traveler with the map on your phone. Read more and learn vocabulary words like artifacts, calumny, denouncing, idiosyncratic, metropolitan, ordnance, spatial, squander, tantamount, tenuous, transient, and treacherous.
3. Battlefield to Boardroom
U.S. News & World Report, 2/6/2013
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 42
New studies have shown that real-world combat training helps business students prepare for the corporate world. Read more and learn vocabulary words like adapt, commendation, deliberated, enduring, ethical, ethos, fictitious, grueling, intolerant, lambasted, redeem, simulated, and warrant.
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