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2 -preparing for the GRE verbal section CEP811 SS13 ALLY SHIN

3  Master or Doctorate Program Applicants  Specifically whose primary language is not English  Students who want to build up essential vocabulary in 30 days  Students who want to be adjusted in timed test

4  Master 300 absolutely essential GRE words in 30 days  Master 300 high-frequency word roots and prefixes  Identify the relationship between the words, for examples, synonyms or antonyms  Work on the correct pronunciation repeatedly by clicking on the “speaker” icon.

5  It’s time to test your readiness for graduate-level reading.  This pretest is just for your reference. You will learn in Essential Words for the GRE.  Click Here to Go To Quiz Click Here to Go To Quiz

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7 IN THE QUESTION BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT IS MOST NEARLY OPPOSITE IN MEANING TO THE CAPITALIZED WORD. (Q1~ Q5) Q1. OBDURATE b) flexible c) ambivalent d) insouciant e) implacable a) stubborn

8 IN THE QUESTION BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT IS MOST NEARLY OPPOSITE IN MEANING TO THE CAPITALIZED WORD. (Q1~ Q5) Q2. CODA b) addendum c) denouement d) encomium e) panegyric a) preamble

9 IN THE QUESTION BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT IS MOST NEARLY OPPOSITE IN MEANING TO THE CAPITALIZED WORD. (Q1~ Q5) Q3. ESSAY b) attempt c) give up d) leave e) remember a) suggest

10 IN THE QUESTION BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT IS MOST NEARLY OPPOSITE IN MEANING TO THE CAPITALIZED WORD. (Q1~ Q5) Q4. ROCOCO b) limpid c) ostentatious d) arabesque e) austere a) ornate

11 IN THE QUESTION BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT IS MOST NEARLY OPPOSITE IN MEANING TO THE CAPITALIZED WORD. (Q1~ Q5) Q5. PREVARICATE b) rationalize c) stultify d) tell the truth e) forestall a) quibble

12 IN THE QUESTIONS BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT GIVES THE PAIR OF WORDS WHOSE RELATIONSHIP IS MOST LIKE THE RELATIONSHIP EXPRESSED IN THE PAIR OF CAPITALIZED WORDS. (Q6 ~ Q10) Q6. METTLESOME : SOLDIER b) erudite : professor c) sardonic : lawyer d) officious : governor e) pedantic : teacher a) wise : sage

13 IN THE QUESTIONS BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT GIVES THE PAIR OF WORDS WHOSE RELATIONSHIP IS MOST LIKE THE RELATIONSHIP EXPRESSED IN THE PAIR OF CAPITALIZED WORDS. (Q6 ~ Q10) Q7. ONOMATOPOEIA : SOUND b) simile : comparison c) physiognomy : face d) parrot : action e) enunciation : pronunciation a) mnemonic : memory

14 IN THE QUESTIONS BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT GIVES THE PAIR OF WORDS WHOSE RELATIONSHIP IS MOST LIKE THE RELATIONSHIP EXPRESSED IN THE PAIR OF CAPITALIZED WORDS. (Q6 ~ Q10) Q8. TRYST : LOVER b) meeting : company c) rendezvous : friend d) party : child e) exam : student a) assignation : paramour

15 IN THE QUESTIONS BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT GIVES THE PAIR OF WORDS WHOSE RELATIONSHIP IS MOST LIKE THE RELATIONSHIP EXPRESSED IN THE PAIR OF CAPITALIZED WORDS. (Q6 ~ Q10) Q9. SKEPTIC : DOUBT b) sycophant : fawn c) raconteur : laugh d) zealot : vituperate e) egotist : brag a) plutocrat : invest

16 IN THE QUESTIONS BELOW, CHOOSE THE ANSWER THAT GIVES THE PAIR OF WORDS WHOSE RELATIONSHIP IS MOST LIKE THE RELATIONSHIP EXPRESSED IN THE PAIR OF CAPITALIZED WORDS. (Q6 ~ Q10) Q10. FILIBUSTER : TACTIC b) riposte : strategy c) litigation : law d) gerrymandering : quibble e) hieroglyphic : writing a) ruse : subterfuge

17 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q11. The statement “ India has recently made great progress in ______ poverty” should be seen in the context of India’s vast population of one billion, of which 320 million in _______ poverty b) palliating.. ephemeral c) parrying.. doleful d) ameliorating.. equivocal e) alleviating.. abject a) mitigating.. discordant

18 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q12. In his book Knowledge and Wisdom, the distinguished twentieth-century philosopher Bertrand Russell said, “Although our age far surpasses all previous ages in knowledge, there has been no _______ increase in wisdom. b) articulate c) analogous d) prodigious e) imminent a) correlative

19 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q13. Increased tariffs in the 1930s _________ a collapse in world trade, _______ the Great Depression. b) incited.. ridiculing c) instigated.. forgiving d) caused.. ameliorating e) precipitated.. exacerbating a) started.. augmenting

20 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q14. The main impetus behind America’s deveopment of the hydrogen bomb was Edward Teller, a Hungarian refugee who had fled Nazism and who ______ the _____ system that was in place in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc countries. b) loathed.. totalitarian c) nurtured.. authoritarian d) castigated.. benevolent e) maligned.. meritorious a) disparaged.. innocuous

21 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q15. Physicists now believe that what had been considered the most basic constituents of the universe are in turn comprised of even more fundamental units, called quarks- _______ given that ____ by a physicist familiar with James Joyce’s novel, Finnegan’s Wake. b) flamboyantly.. alias c) flippantly.. epigram d) whimsically.. appellation e) pedantically.. anomaly a) jocularly.. epitome

22 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q16. The English expert regards concern about slight redundancies as _______ and senseless ________. b) cryptic.. aggrandizing c) sophistical.. elucidating d) sophomoric.. tempering e) sordid.. abrogation a) pedantic.. quibbling

23 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q17. According to the view of the nineteenth-century apologist for capitalism, _______ was an unfortunate but unavoidable _______ of both capitalism and of the natural order of the world. b) subjugation.. precept c) indigence.. concomitant d) privation.. grandiloquence e) penury.. transgression a) abnegation.. ramification

24 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q18. In the final stage in the impeachment process of an American president, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides over the Senate, which sits as a body _________ to a jury to decide whether to convict the president. b) malevolent c) prurient d) concomitant e) analogous a) idealistic

25 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q19. The geological theory of uniformitarianism is the antithesis of the geological theory of catastrophism: it asserts that it is ______ that natural law and processes do not fundamentally change, and that what we observe now is essentially the same as what occurred in the past. b) ludicrous c) relevant d) blatant e) axiomatic a) benevolent

26 CHOOSE THE BEST WORD OR SET OF WORDS TO FILL IN THE BLANKS IN EACH OF THE SENTENCES BELOW. (Q11 ~ Q20) Q20. It is interesting to _________ the bromide, “Haste makes waste” and the ________, “ Better safe than sorry.” b) obfuscate.. sobriquet c) circumvent.. maxim d) juxtapose.. platitude e) consolidate.. aphorism a) coalesce.. axiom

27 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q21 ~ Q24) Q21. The word “subsumes” as it is used in line 2 most nearly means b) makes inferior to c) undermines d) includes in a less comprehensive category e) consolidate.. aphorism a) assumes to be true

28 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q21 ~ Q24) Q22. The word “plastic” as it is used in line 7 most nearly means b) superficial c) malleable d) related to performance e) whimsical a) artificial

29 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q21 ~ Q24) Q23. The word “etymologically” as it is used in line 12 most nearly means b) related to the study of the relationship between art and language c) related to the study of the connotations of words d) concerned with the dichotomy between art and science e) related to the origin of words a) related to insects

30 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q21 ~ Q24) Q24. Based on the information in lines (“Art … artisan”), which statement would be the author be most likely to agree with? b) The word “art” has only an accidental and tangential similarity to the words “artifact,” “artificial,” and “artisan,” since it originated from a different word. c) Artifacts can only be studied subjectively. d) “Artisan” is an older word than the modern word “artist.” e) The words “artifact,” “artificial,” and “artisan” are not cognate. a) Two words can be related etymologically but have different meanings.

31 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q25 ~ Q30) Q25. The word “linguistics” as it is used in line 4 most nearly means b) the study of language c) political science d) alchemy e) aesthetics a) rhetoric

32 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q25 ~ Q30) Q26. The word “unpalatable” as it is used in line 21 most nearly means b) shocking c) insipid d) unpleasant e) jejune a) arcane

33 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q25 ~ Q30) Q27. The phrase “rogue states” as it is used in line 23 most nearly b) States with purely mercenary motives c) states with a high proportion of rogues in their population d) nation-states that don’t adhere to rules agreed to and followed by most modern nation-states e) nation-states founded on egalitarian principles a) American states that seceded from the United States in the nineteenth century.

34 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q25 ~ Q30) Q28. The word “iconoclast” as it is used in lines most nearly means b) a person who attacks views held sacrosanct by most people c) a misanthrope d) a person with orthodox views e) a cynic a) a conformist

35 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q25 ~ Q30) Q29. The word “soliloquy” as it is used in line 57 most nearly means b) stupidity c) criticism d) harangue e) literary or dramatic speech by one character a) inanity

36 READ THE FOLLOWING PASSAGE CAREFULLY. THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT FOLLOW. (Q25 ~ Q30) Q30. The word “apathy” as it is used in line 68 most nearly means b) corruption c) absence of a consensus d) lack of concern e) demagoguery a) disease

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39 ESSENTIAL GRE WORD : UNIT1

40 UNIT 1 / ˈ æbd ɪˌ ke ɪ t/ v. to give up a position, right, or power  Romulus Augustus, the last Western Roman emperor, was forced to abdicate the throne in 476 A.D., and the Germanic chieftain Odovacar became the de facto ruler of Italy.  The appeals judge has abdicated his responsibility to review the findings of the high court.

41 UNIT 1 /k ə ˈ k ɒ f ə n ə s/ adj. unpleasant or harsh-sounding  The dissonant harmonies of the great jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk might seem cacophonous to some listeners, but to many jazz aficionados they are sublime.  A cacophony is a jarring, unpleasant noise.

42 UNIT 1 / ˈ k ɒ d ə ˌ fa ɪ, ˈ ko ʊ d ə -/ v. to systematize  The state legislature voted to codify regulations governing banking fraud.  Codified is the adjective - Common law is the system of laws that originated in England; it is based on court decisions and on customs rather than on codified written laws.

43 UNIT 1 /d ɪˈ s ɛ m ə ˌ ne ɪ t/ v. to spread: scatter: disperse  While belief in reincarnation appeared as doctrine first in India and was disseminated throughout Asia by Buddhism, it is interesting that it was accepted by the most influential philosophy of the West, Platonism, and by some important early Christian thinkers, such as the theologian Origen.

44 UNIT 1 / ɪ g ˈ zæs ə r ˌ be ɪ t, ɛ k ˈ sæs-/ v. to aggravate: make worse  The release of carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels has increased the amount of this gas in the atmosphere, exacerbating the naturally occurring “greenhouse effect” that has predominated in Earth’s recent past.

45 UNIT 1 /f ɪˈ l ɪ s ɪ t ə s/ adj. suitably expressed: appropriated: well-known  - The Gettysburg Address is full of felicitous phrases such as “government of the people, by the people, and for the people.”

46 UNIT 1 /a ɪˌ k ɒ n ə ˈ klæst ɪ k/ adj. attacking cherished traditions  The linguist and political commentator Noam Chomsky has been described as gleefully iconoclastic because of the zeal with which he attacks many of the central beliefs of American society.

47 UNIT 1 / ɪ n ˈ v ɛ t ə r ɪ t/ adj. confirmed: long-standing: deeply rooted  The columnist is an inveterate iconoclast who continually questions conventional wisdom.

48 UNIT 1 / ˈ d ʒʌ kst ə ˌ po ʊ z, ˌ d ʒʌ kst ə ˈ po ʊ z/ v. place side by side  To illustrate their case, opponents of functionalism juxtapose the products of modern architecture and those of classical architecture, such as the Parthenon, or those of medieval architecture, such as the Cathedral of Notre- Dame.

49 UNIT 1 /m ə ˈ l ɪ ŋg ə r/ v. to feign illness to escape duty  In order to discourage malingering, the company decided to require employees taking sick leave to produce a doctor’s certification of their illness.

50  Review the words you learned today by and.  You can always re-study any word by clicking on each question.  There is a 15 second limitation on each question. You can check your time with timer at right top.  Good Luck! 15

51 ABDICATE b) to give up a position or power c) to depart secretly d) the act of cutting e) giving up of certain pleasures a) to abandon formally

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54 The 90-year-old monarch __________ the throne to allow his son to become king. b) elicit c) irresoluted d) abdicated e) rarefied a) convoluted

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57 CACOPHONOOUS b) established principle c) to flourish d) unpleasant or harsh-sounding e) false, malicious accusation a) to polish

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60 The task the poultry farm worker looked forward to the least was going into the ____________ hen yard at feeding time. b) garrulous c) cacophonous d) indolent e) pristine a) callous

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63 CODIFY b) to systematize c) overly polite d) brief, comprehensive summary e) to dissemble a) cause to become one

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66 Another important __________ of modern civil law in addition to the Napoleonic Code is the German Civil Code (German Burgerliches Gesetzbuch) that went into effect in the German Empire in b) dichotomy c) propensity d) observation e) codification a) approbation

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69 DISSEMINATE b) to pretend c) constituting a separate thing; distinct d) circumspection e) unprejudiced; objective a) to spread, disperse

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72 The great increase in travel in modern times makes it difficult to determine how and where a disease originated, as well as how it was ___________, so that measures can be taken to mitigate its effects. b) centrifugal c) disseminated d) bombastic e) pallid a) disingenuous

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75 EXACERBATE b) to make worse c) to send into exile d) to force the payment of e) detestable a) to clear of blame

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78 In India, small farmers are increasingly abandoning their farms to live in urban centers, ________ the problems faced by already overcrowded cities with insufficient infrastructure and services. b) stolid c) exacerbating d) mundane e) tortuous a) zealot

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81 FELICITOUS b) plowed but not sowed c) suitably expressed d) seeking favor e) foolishly self-satisfied a) warmth and intensity of emotion

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84 President John F. Kennedy expressed the idea of duty to the country in these ________ words: “Ask not what your country can do for you: ask what you can do for your country.” b) goad c) plummet d) felicitous e) dupe a) foment

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87 ICONOCLASTIC b) showing no emotion c) attacking cherished traditions d) worshipping idols e) foolishly self-satisfied a) poor

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90 The _______book debunks the belief that all of America’s Founding Fathers believed fervently in democracy. b) inundate c) penury d) craven e) ascetic a) iconoclastic

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93 INVETERATE b) to overwhelm c) confirmed; long-standing d) easily angered e) likely to provoke ill will a) hardened; accustomed

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96 An __________ gambler, every year Tom offers his family a choice of two vacation destination – Las Vegas, Nevada, or Atlantic City, New Jersey. b) oscillate c) perennial d) stolid e) inveterate a) irascible

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99 JUXTAPOSE b) to place side by side c) fame; glory d) using few words e) jocular a) likely to change

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102 The textual scholar _______ the two translations in order to compare them. b) dismissed c) disparate d) juxtaposed e) venerated a) buttressed

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105 MALINGER b) to speak evil of c) to feign illness to escape duty d) clear; intelligible e) shining a) money or profits

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108 One of a military commander’s most difficult tasks is to separate soldiers who are seriously battle-stressed from those who are merely ________. b) tractable c) relegate d) viscous e) malingering a) stipulating

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111 Essential Word Root : ROOT 1

112 ROOT 1  pseudonym = pen name; fictitious name  pseudopsia = an optical illusion  pseudodox = false doctrine  pseudomorph = false or irregular form  pseudocyesis = false pregnancy

113  psyche = the mind  psychic = perceptive of nonmaterial, spiritual forces; originating in the mind  psychiatrist = a doctor who treats disorders of the mind  psychedelic = mind=expanding  psychology = study of the mind ROOT 1

114  public = concerning the community or the people  republic = a political order in which a body of citizens has supreme power  publication = communication of information to the public  publicity = act of communicating information to attract public interest  publish = announce; bring to the attention of the public ROOT 1

115  punctilious = strictly attentive to small details of form in conduct  punctilio = a fine point of etiquette  punctual = prompt  puncture = a hole made by a sharp object  punctate = like a point; ending in a point ROOT 1

116  putative = supposed  repute = consider; suppose  reputed = supposed to be such  reputation = state of being held in high esteem  compute = determine an amount or number ROOT 1

117  query = a question  inquest = an investigation; court or legal proceeding  inquisition = an investigation; act of inquiring  inquirer = one who asks a question  requisite = required ROOT 1

118  recant = retract a statement or opinion  rebut = refute by evidence or argument  retract = withdraw; take back  recurrence = repetition  redundant = exceeding what is necessary; unnecessarily repetitive ROOT 1

119  erect = fix in an upright position  erectile = able to be raised to an upright position  rectitude = moral uprightness  rectilinear = bounded by straight lines  recto = right=hand page of a book ROOT 1

120  rector = an Anglican cleric in charge of parish  correct = remove the errors from: punish for the purpose of improving  regime = a government in power  regulation = a law to govern conduct  regular = conforming with fixed procedure or discipline ROOT 1

121  retrospect = review or contemplation of the past  retrograde = having a backward motion or direction  retroactive = applying to an earlier time  retroject = throw back  retrovirus = a virus that synthesizes DNA from RNA instead of the reverse ROOT 1

122 Q1. psychic b) the mind c) announce d) supposed e) state of being held in high esteem a) pen name

123 Q2. punctate b) prompt c) a hole made by a sharp object d) like a point; ending in a point e) an optical illusion a) study of the mind

124 Q3. Compute b) supposed to be such c) concerning the community or the people d) false pregnancy e) determine an amount or number a) consider; suppose

125 Q4. pseudopsia b) false or irregular form c) mind-expanding d) a hole made by a sharp object e) false doctrine a) an optical illusion

126 Q5. Punctilio b) a fine point of etiquette c) communication of information to the public d) false doctrine e) fictitious or borrowed name a) perceptive of nonmaterial, spiritual forces

127 Q6. retrograde b) required c) take back d) having a backward motion or direction e) moral uprightness a) right-hand page of a book

128 Q7. rectitude b) moral uprightness c) repetition d) bounded by straight lines e) conforming with fixed procedure or discipline a) a question

129 Q8. inquest b) repetition c) an investigation; court or legal proceeding d) one who asks a question e) fix in an upright position a) withdraw; take back

130 Q9. recant b) refute by evidence or argument c) retract a statement or opinion d) bounded by straight lines e) remove the errors from a) act of inquiring

131 Q10. regime b) applying to an earlier time c) exceeding what is necessary d) a government in power e) conforming with fixed procedure or discipline a) throw back

132 -Well Done! To Be Continued in Unit 2 & Root 2… CEP811 SS13 ALLY SHIN


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