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Daily Reader: Edition #280

Learn 126 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: the double bacon extra cheese problem, whether online gaming addiction should be considered as bad as drug addiction, and the case for learning SAT vocabulary words.

1. The Double Bacon Extra Cheese Problem
Slate, 12/11/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 20

Slate: The Double Bacon Extra Cheese Problem

Do you ever feel embarrassed when people overhear you ordering an extra-unhealthy meal or an extra-complicated coffee order? You're not alone! Read more and learn vocabulary words like anonymity, finicky, peruse, purveyor, rudimentary, and sublimate.

2. Online Game Addiction Law Divides South Korea
Time, 12/11/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 17

Time: Online Game Addiction Law Divides South Korea

South Korea is considering passing a law that would classify online gaming addiction in the same category as gambling, drug, and alcohol addictions. What do you think? Read more and learn vocabulary words like conglomerates, dearth, excessive, nourished, prejudice, and ubiquity.

3. The Case for SAT Words
The Atlantic, 12/11/2013

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 89

The Atlantic: The Case for SAT Words

Why should you have to learn vocabulary for the SAT? Check out this writer's answer! Read more and learn vocabulary words like byzantine, gullible, insidious, recondite, stagnates, and unscrupulous.

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