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One of the main problems for me with verbal is that I do not

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One of the main problems for me with verbal is that I do not understand the meaning for some of the words and try to understand it from the context and the sentences around it. I am trying to refer dictionary for some of the words. Is there a list of complex words that appear most commonly in GMAT with meanings somewhere in this forum. It would really help me.

Please refer me to such a thread as I could not find it.
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Check out the attached file.

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Thank you, it helps a lot. My kudos to you.

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Check out the attached file.

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Nice one! But do you have a shorter one?
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Nice one! But do you have a shorter one?


Sorry, I didn't pick you. Can you help me in understanding "shorter one"? Do you mean a more precise one??
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the list given above is quite long, isnt it( 135 pages)?
is there any other list having the most common vocabs repeated in GMAT ?
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Attached is a free gmat vocabulary file by Manhattan Review. You can also check more stuff here http://www.manhattanreview.com/index.php?id=177

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Hi Hussain,
Thanks for the vocab list.
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I am also working on my vocab improvement. Therefore, I am searching for an online tool that can help me.

Can some one help me find a site where I can read a novel online and I get to see the meanings of difficult words on the same page.

The reason that I badly need this tool is, when I try to read a novel, article and I am faced with words which I dont understand I am required to go to google and search them. Many times I get drifted to facebook, twitter etc. This affects my preparation very badly. I know Its my bad that I get drifted but still If there is some site which provides this feature, it would be worth looking for.

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Hi Hussain,
Thanks a lot for sharing it with us. If u have more such standard links of a higher level of vocabulary ,kindly share that too.
It is indeed a great help! :)
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