TOEFl / IELTS Vocabulary

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edited December 2017 in TOEFL Test

There are vocabulary words which appear regularly on the TOEFL/IELTS exam. Put the following 10 words in the correct sentences.

lecture
discrimination
overseas
explicit
aggregate
gender
underlying
brief
domain
rational

1. She has been transferred _________________ to continue her research in a European laboratory.
2. This is a _______________ of our proposal, but it contains the essential information.
3. The doctor has referred her to someone more competent in the _______________ of dermatology.
4. The film was too ________________ in its violence to be shown in schools.
5. Our university has a ________________ approach to funding, with input from different actors.
6. ___________________ is not taken into account during the hiring process, as all CVs are anonymous.
7.There is an __________________ belief amongst the students that staying up all night studying is useful.
8. The __________________ was tremendously boring and mostly useless.
9. We need to _________________ the data before we publish the results.
10. There is a committee meeting to address _________________ complaints. 

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1. She has been transferred overseas to continue her research in a European laboratory.
2. This is a brief of our proposal, but it contains the essential information.
3. The doctor has referred her to someone more competent in the domain of dermatology.
4. The film was too explicit in its violence to be shown in schools.
5. Our university has a rational approach to funding, with input from different actors.
6. Gender is not taken into account during the hiring process, as all CVs are anonymous.
7.There is an underlying belief amongst the students that staying up all night studying is useful.
8. The lecture was tremendously boring and mostly useless.
9. We need to aggregate the data before we publish the results.
10. There is a committee meeting to address discrimination complaints. 


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