Learning new words is a really effective way to improve your standardized-test performance and essay-writing skills—plus, it’s fun! In this video, our Editor-in-Chief Rob Franek helps you build your vocabulary—and your erudition—by walking you through the meaning, usage, and etymology of ERUDITE. Watch to learn more!
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