Thursday, December 9, 2010

Win a copy of Name That Movie

UPDATE: Libby won and has been contacted.

Brian Leaf, author of Defining Twilight: Vocabulary Workbook, is back with new books that promise to help you painlessly build your vocabulary (and prepare for standardized tests). Name That Movie is available in Action and Romance flavors. Here's the description of the Romantic Comedy and Drama Edition:

The most entertaining way to master vocabulary for the *SAT, ACT®, GED®, and GRE®

Can you really learn the high-level vocabulary words martinet and absolution from the movie Titanic? Did Captain Jack Sparrow use the words macabre, belligerent, and superfluous in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies? And can you learn the words inauspicious, inane, and capricious from the Twilight movies? The answer is "Yes!" So, see if you can Name That Movie! as you test your movie trivia knowledge and learn more than 1,000 SAT, ACT, GED, and GRE vocabulary words from Mean Girls, The Notebook, Wedding Crashers, Pride & Prejudice, Miss Congeniality, Shrek 2, and more!

Name That Movie! is the only vocabulary workbook that capitalizes on your insatiable appetite for romantic comedy and drama movies to help build your vocabulary for standardized tests.
The books are $10 at Amazon.

I have one to give away. First person to comment and leave their email wins the copy. I apologize, but this contest is only open to USA residents.