TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

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edited April 12 in TOEIC Test

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

merit
necklace
needy
overpay
pamphlet
partial
penalize
pollute
prescribe
probable

1. The union has produced a small ________________ detailing why it needs to go on strike.
2. Giving money to the _________________ is not always the best option.
3. Her son received a ____________________ scholarship to a good university because of his grades.
4. It is possible for humans to colonize the moon, but not ____________________.
5. The committee will decide how to _____________________ the student for plagiarism.
6. The young lady was wearing a diamond ________________ at the dance.
7. The bookkeeping here is a disaster; every week the company would ________________ its suppliers.
8. Plastic is a grave danger to ___________________ the oceans and landfills.
9. For her muscle aches, the doctor could only __________________ rest, ice and over the counter painkillers.
10. His work was important but he only received ____________________ credit for the discovery.

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1. The union has produced a small pamphlet detailing why it needs to go on strike.
2. Giving money to the needy is not always the best option.
3. Her son received a merit scholarship to a good university because of his grades.
4. It is possible for humans to colonize the moon, but not probable.
5. The committee will decide how to penalize the student for plagiarism.
6. The young lady was wearing a diamond necklace at the dance.
7. The bookkeeping here is a disaster; every week the company would overpay its suppliers.
8. Plastic is a grave danger to pollute the oceans and landfills.
9. For her muscle aches, the doctor could only prescribe rest, ice and over the counter painkillers.
10. His work was important but he only received partial credit for the discovery.


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