App Description

Does your vocabulary measure up? A confident command of a growing vocabulary is one of the best indicators of academic achievement.

Building on the success of the popular 100 Words Every High School Graduate Should Know, the editors of the American Heritage® dictionaries are pleased to introduce this list of words geared toward the reading level expected of high school freshmen. With its attractive format and thoughtful word selection, 100 Words Every High School Freshman Should Know will spur students to add new words to their vocabularies as they make the important transition from middle school to high school. The words present challenges of spelling, meaning, and usage. They are words that students will see regularly both in their high school reading and in their later entry into the adult world.

Main Features
• entire text of this best-selling book
• complete offline use — no Internet connection needed
• prerecorded sound files
• real-time progressive search
• wildcard pattern searches
• iPod, iPhone & iPad compatible “universal app”
• Retina Display support
• bookmarks with editable notations
• make-your-own flashcards
• automatic search history
• Hyperlinks on every word out to UniDICT powered dictionaries such as American Heritage® Dictionaries (if installed)

Social Media
• Facebook APIs supported
• Twitter & Evernote posting
• full layout for definition e-mails and Evernote posts

App Screen Shots

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App Changes

January 30, 2014 Initial Release

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