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Verbal Advantage has been a leader in audio educational products since 1984, helping millions of people better their lives through improved communication skills. From teaching 9-to-5 professionals how to initiate conversations with the toughest of people to helping high school and college students score higher on their exams, Verbal Advantage has the right program for you.

Studies show that 75 percent of students are seriously deficient in their verbal skills. Verbal Advantage Student Edition is designed to dramatically improve your child's vocabulary skills with only 15 to 20 minutes a day, several days a week. Ideal for junior and high school-level students who want to build a more powerful vocabulary and prepare for SAT and ACT exams.

©1999 Easy Eloquence LLC (P)1999 Easy Eloquence LLC

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Not as good as the originals

A creative audio for the price and I highly recommend it. I've listened 3 times and will likely listen a few more times. I especially enjoyed the stories with the breakdown of all the words used in the story. Other than that it is a long way short of the original Verbal Advantage series I have on cassette. Charles made every word seam like it was the best piece of trivia I ever learned and I wanted to tell everyone about it. He would also relate every word to all the synonyms and antonyms elsewhere in the series. This series does some of that but mostly blows through all the words without much of the extra effort that I'm used to from CHE. He would always complete the analysis of a word so that I felt like an expert on that word. In this series, I often find myself searching through the content to find the other words that relate. CHE did that for me and it was much more entertaining.