TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

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

similarity
someday
spectator
stereo
storeroom
subsidize
suspicious
tasty
terrific
underground

1. We had a very ________________ lunch catered by a local Mexican restaurant.
2. He needs to repair the garage, and keeps saying he will do it ________________.
3. Her parents offered her a new __________________ system for her birthday.
4. The government will _________________ the project but it requires monthly reports.
5. The chairman's trips to Jamaica were ________________, as the company does not have business there.
6. There is a strong __________________ between the two products; you can choose the one you want.
7. The office has its own __________________ to stock its office supplies.
8. The city is extremely cold in the winter so an _________________ alternative has been built.
9. His father is an avid ___________________ of all types of sports.
10. The green cost reduction measures caused a ________________ savings in the business's energy bills.

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1. We had a very tasty lunch catered by a local Mexican restaurant.
2. He needs to repair the garage, and keeps saying he will do it someday.
3. Her parents offered her a new stereo system for her birthday.
4. The government will subsidize the project but it requires monthly reports.
5. The chairman's trips to Jamaica were suspicious, as the company does not have business there.
6. There is a strong similarity between the two products; you can choose the one you want.
7. The office has its own storeroom to stock its office supplies.
8. The city is extremely cold in the winter so an underground alternative has been built.
9. His father is an avid spectator of all types of sports.
10. The green cost reduction measures caused a terrific savings in the business's energy bills.


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