TOEFL / IELTS Vocabulary

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edited April 19 in TOEFL Test

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

bulk
behalf
unified
commence
erosion
anticipated
minimal
cease
vision
mutual

1. The laboratory's size meant that it could buy chemicals in ________________.
2. The president of the company and the chairman of the board had a lot of ______________ respect.
3. Please give her our regards on ________________ of her former employees.
4. The manager had a limited _______________ of what the office staff could do.
5. The team had to stay ___________________ faced with the threat from lower-cost competitors.
6. Our factory has been ordered to ______________ production until safety issues have been resolved.
7. They will __________________ construction on the new building in the spring time.
8. A ___________________ level of technical competence is required before taking this class.
9. The road collapsed because of water _____________________ to the hillside.
10. The sequel has been ___________________ by all of the fans of the first film.

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1. The laboratory's size meant that it could buy chemicals in bulk.
2. The president of the company and the chairman of the board had a lot of mutual respect.
3. Please give her our regards on behalf of her former employees.
4. The manager had a limited vision of what the office staff could do.
5. The team had to stay unified faced with the threat from lower-cost competitors.
6. Our factory has been ordered to cease production until safety issues have been resolved.
7. They will commence construction on the new building in the springtime.
8. A minimal level of technical competence is required before taking this class.
9. The road collapsed because of water erosion to the hillside.
10. The sequel has been anticipated by all of the fans of the first film.


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