This is a great article from The New York Times. This article discusses the debate around the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. The sentence structures and the use of thought extenders and derouters in this article is typically GRE Style.
I happened to read an article in The New York Times, about the situation in Syria, where people are starving. The situation is not because of famine. The situation is the ramification of political unrest. It is very touching to read about the plight of innocent people. How can the international community be apathetic to the needs of 800,000 people out there. Read this article and write down what you feel should be done to help the needy people out there.
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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