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Any Verbal Workbooks for non-native English speakers?

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Any Verbal Workbooks for non-native English speakers? [#permalink] New post 08 Jul 2004, 23:42
Hi,

1.SC questions are simply killing me.
2. I read to slow in English Although I read quite a lot I am also rather slow reader in my native language. Do you happened to know any exercises that could help.

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 [#permalink] New post 12 Jul 2004, 03:37
hi DMJ...

I am just like U ... a very slow reader even now... but when it comes to the RC's U better I mean we better change our stance on reading slow...

get a the princeton verbal workout If U CAN ..I hear the kaplan's too is quite good but have not yet seen it ... I believe anyone of them will do...


as for the SC'z I would say ''startegic analysis and intelligent way of doing the senteces or approaching them as U practice''are the keys.

when ever U read a sentence keep two things in mind... one: have a clear mind and fair mind do not act on EMOTIONS for they don't work well... think fair and think any sentece could be as equally wrong as it could be right !

two: have a 'smart' approach rather than laborious approach...

that is ... think smart ..try getting the ''weak-link'' of the sentence as U read thorugh it... ask urself as u read ''is the subject-verb agreement ok, is thr a proper comparison between things asked is thr a parallel construction in terms of verbs tenses and objets included...'


now for the rest keep in touch with this club as much as U can ... for here we got some real brainies on VERBAL section... just visit the verbal section and U would help me help U ...

take care...

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Re: Any Verbal Workbooks for non-native English speakers? [#permalink] New post 22 Feb 2014, 05:51
I liked e-gmat for SC, you can read my post (non-native-english-speaker-750-6-months-study-plan)


Hope it helps, good luck, don't give up!
Re: Any Verbal Workbooks for non-native English speakers?   [#permalink] 22 Feb 2014, 05:51
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