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Daily Reader: Edition #349

Learn 64 vocabulary words from today's Daily Reader with 3 articles: the College Board releases preview of new SAT exam questions, turning YouTube stars into celebrities, and the controversy over Taco Bell's new breakfast ads.

1. College Board releases preview of new SAT exam questions
Washington Post, 4/16/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 25

Washington Post: College Board releases preview of new SAT exam questions

The College Board released some sample questions for the new redesigned SAT. Find out why learning vocabulary in context, which is how we do it at ProfessorWord, is the key to success! Read more and learn vocabulary words like aptitude, embedded, interpretation, judiciously, penalized, and rigorous.

2. YouTube’s Big Plan to Turn Its Stars Into Real Celebrities
Wired, 4/16/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 22

Wired: YouTube’s Big Plan to Turn Its Stars Into Real Celebrities

YouTube is launching programs to help turn its video stars into real-life celebrities. Read more and learn vocabulary words like chasm, diluted, mitigate, niche, prolific, and tandem.

3. Taco Bell’s New McDonald’s Attack Ads Seem Awfully Familiar
Businessweek, 4/16/2014

SAT/ACT Vocabulary Word Count: 17

Businessweek: Taco Bell’s New McDonald’s Attack Ads Seem Awfully Familiar

Taco Bell's new breakfast ads have gotten a lot of buzz. But were they plagiarized? Read more and learn vocabulary words like brazen, diligence, endorse, regenerate, renowned, and rife.

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