Learn 121 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: ten video games that made history for their amazing graphics, reflections on the hipster stereotype, and five science fiction classics to read.
1. 10 Video Games That Made History for Their Amazing Graphics
The New Republic, 9/23/2013
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 59
Ever since they were invented, video games have continually pushed the bounds of graphics and design. Read more and learn vocabulary words like indistinct, interminable, meandering, pugilists, seamless, unorthodox, and utilitarian.
2. It’s Hip to Be Hip, Too
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 36 (in article body)
Being called a 'hipster' these days is typically not a good thing. Why is that? Read more and learn vocabulary words like chameleon, deprecating, incessant, mercurial, salve, stark, and voracious.
3. Five Science Fiction Books That Matter
The Daily Beast, 9/24/2013
SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 26
Are you a big fan of science fiction? Check out this author's picks for the five best science fiction classics. Read more and learn vocabulary words like conceit, conjured, devoured, limpid, plausible, scaffolding, and unadulterated.
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