"LSAT Prep Flashcard Workbook 3: WORDS COMMONLY CONFUSED" Do you know the difference between "fewer" and "less," when to use "it's" or "its," or how to distinguish between "historical" and "historic" or "tortuous" and "torturous?" This course contains 500 pairs of commonly confused words, some so frequently misused that their wrong application has become acceptable to many ears. Includes part of speech, pronunciation, simple definition, and usage example. Mastering the differences will improve your written grammar, verbal communication, and most importantly, your LSAT test score! ================== ADDITIONAL WORKBOOKS: "LSAT Prep Flashcard Workbook 1: VOCABULARY-Advanced" 350 words every well-educated person should know. While you may not hear them every day, they can show up on the LSAT test, and understanding them will boost your score. Includes sample sentence, part of speech, pronunciation, succinct, easy-to-remember definition, and common synonyms and antonyms. _______________ "LSAT Prep Flashcard Workbook 2: VOCABULARY WORD ROOTS" A unique collection of 380 essential Word Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes, each with up to ten derivative word examples and definitions. Interpret new words without a dictionary. You'll view language from an entirely new perspective, and raise your LSAT test score too! ======================================= "Exambusters LSAT Prep Workbooks" provide comprehensive, fundamental LSAT review--one fact at a time--to prepare students to take practice LSAT tests. Each LSAT study guide focuses on one specific subject area covered on the LSAT exam. From 300 to 600 questions and answers, each volume in the LSAT series is a quick and easy, focused read. Reviewing LSAT flash cards is the first step toward more confident LSAT preparation and ultimately, higher LSAT exam scores!