<p>Does anyone know where I can get the Direct Hits vocab list online?? I looked on Google Books but it doesn't have the whole list.</p>
<p>Well after many futile attempts to get the list from google or any file sharing website I ended up buying the book.</p>
<p>couldn't someone be as generous as posting it on Quizlet for everyone to look at it. Could you or anyone else please post it onto Quizlet. I have no money to spend right now, so I cant buy it. Please could you post it somewhere online??</p>
<p>There is a list on flashcardexchange or something like that. You can google "direct hits flashcards". I uploaded a list of DH words onto quizlet, but they are only the words I didn't know when I first looked at the list.</p>
<p>Someone posted the list on here a while back. You might be able to find the thread</p>
<p>If you could please PM me the link, I would be forever indebted to you. I have looked everywhere, but to no avail. Please PM me the list if you find it</p>
<p>I looked through the forum using the search tool and couldn't find it, but I'll keep trying. Its possible that the person who posted it deleted the thread because some people were not happy that he did it.</p>
<p>Thats okay, braniac. I bought the Kindle version of DH 2011. Thanks for the help though. :)</p>
<p>I posted all 400+ of the words on Quizlet, but the mods made it private because it's copyrighted material :(</p>
<p>^That must be the one I was thinking of</p>
<p>damn it... but i bought it anyways... everyone was recommending it so i decided to buy it.</p>
<p>Know this is totally off-topic.
But about Barron word lists (If you have Barron CR workbook, the list they gave you has like 800-ish words)
Is it any good?</p>
<p>Hmm sorry live, there are many good lists, but it is hard to find it online for free. Direct Hits is great btw.
To Dorkyelmo, the Barron's list is good too, I liked their roots, stems, prefix, suffix section too..</p>