Word Power Made Easy Norman Lewis Download PDF Free Word Power Made Easy Norman Lewis Don’t read this book! Instead, work with it. Write in it, talk aloud to it, talk back to it-use your pen or pencil, your voice, not just your eyes and mind. Learning, real learning, goes on only through active participation.
When a new word occurs in a chapter, say it aloud! (The phonetic respelling will help you pronounce it correctly.) When you do the matching exercises, use a pen or pen. Write your responses! (Check the key that immediately follows each exercise after you have filled in all the answers.)
When you do the “Yes-No,” “True-False,” or “Same-Opposite” workouts, make use of your pen or pencil to indicate the appropriate re-
spouse, then check with the essential when you possess completed the whole workout.
When you are asked to fill in words that fit definitions, write your answers; then check the key both to see if you have re-
The system of pronunciation symbols will be thoroughly explained in
Section 2 of this chapter.
Sponged with the right word and also to make sure your spelling is correct. When you perform the Review of Etymology exercises, make sure to
fill in the English term containing the prefix, root, or suffix required-use a chapter phrase, or even any other word that comes to