Synopses & Reviews
English Vocabulary for High School has been designed to cover a broad range of English words required for high school as well as undergraduate education. The book is primarily written for those who use English as a second language and aspire to understand English text as native speakers. The first part of the book is a coursework structured to offer a complete guide for comprehending English text in many disciplines. The second part constitutes modern-day vocabulary for readers. It also provides effective communication for those working in todays dynamic corporate environment. A student who completes this coursework is likely to identify, understand, and commit to memory more than 50,000 words required by any well-educated person. Through the process of learning the meanings and definitions of words, this comprehensive coursework reveals the rich global variation in social life and culture, and this helps students broaden their intellectual capacity.
About the Author
The author, Kwame D. Bonsu, whose excessive passion for language well spoken and properly learnt, is a product of the Great Books Program (Western Classics) of St John's College, Maryland, USA. Also, Kwame has M Sc. degree in globalization and international policy analysis from the Bath University, UK, and LL M in international trade regulations from the Lancaster Law School, UK. He, currently, advises governments on social and trade policies. He is the executive director of SEN'S PROGRAM; a nonprofit social research and human capabilities development center. The group currently fosters government and social accountability in the globalization and trade arena.