Vocabulary Audiobook

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Vocabulary Audiobook 
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We have a 14,000 word vocabulary manuscript (Audiobook). There are about 500 words that will be pronounced, spelled, defined and used in a sentence. Please see the script attached to get a better idea. We have many voice over projects and are looking for narrators to build long-term relationships with. Please bid competitively.  
2007-07-11 23:24:27 GMT
2007-07-16 16:35:41 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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English - USA and Canada
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Young Adult Female OR Young Adult Male
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In this course, each vocabulary word will be pronounced and then spelled for you. Next you will hear two to three synonyms for the vocabulary word. A synonym is a word with a similar meaning. For example: test is a synonym for exam. After the synonyms you will hear an antonym for that word. An antonym is a word with an opposite meaning. For example, love is an antonym for hate. If an antonym is not given, that means the word does not have an antonym. Finally, you will hear the vocabulary word used in a sentence. Listen carefully for the word as it is used in context; it may be slightly varied from its original usage. For example, if the vocabulary word is “Love,” you might hear “He loves to get gifts.” Or “She loved chocolate cake.”
The words are arranged in alphabetical order. For words with multiple meanings, the most common TOEFL usage is provided for you. In cases where two meanings are common, both meanings are given.
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1. Abdicate (A-B-D-I-C-A-T-E): renounce, relinquish, give up. An antonym for abdicate is accept. Remember: an antonym is a word with an opposite meaning. Listen to how abdicate is used in the following sentence: The president of the company abdicated his position because of the scandal. 
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