This is an article from The New York Times, by Lawrence Osborne. The text is dense. The structure of the sentences is convoluted, the way the GRE sentences are. And again there is plenty of GRE vocab strewn everywhere.
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It is nothing but a fortuitous discovery that I came across this article. I personally do not read much from CABINET, but I do not know how I reached there today and came across this gem.
GRE Vocab is ubiquitous in this whole piece and there are some words which are of the very High Frequency nature. Yes I mean to say words like cumbersome, assiduously, innocuous, candor, imperceptible and so on. Surprisingly, this piece has got atleast 50+ GRE Words.
I am sure that you will enjoy reading this and definitely do not forget to pick the GRE Vocab. List out all the GRE Words, that you encounter and post them in the comments.
I happened to stumble upon a debate on The New York Times, and it was about the importance of the texture of voice in a Digital Assistant. Several Distinguished people have given their opinions, which are quite interesting and their opinions are short. I am sure that you will enjoy reading this and definitely do not forget to pick the GRE Vocab. List out all the GRE Words, that you encounter and post them in the comments.
Today's Suggested Read http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/comment/2013/12/britian-moves-to-plastic-currency-with-new-pictures.html This is an article about the changing faces of currency and the political implications of the same. The article has a subtle sarcasm and pun in it. The vocab and sentence structure could very well be tailored into various GRE Questions. Read this article and list out the words that you found useful from a GRE Perspective. You can list those words down as comment to this post. Happy Learning Team TCY