TOEFL / IELTS Vocabulary

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

norms
intermediate
manual
supplementary
incompatible
concurrent
ethical
preliminary
integral
conversely

1. His level is acceptable, so I would rate him an ____________________ learner.
2. ___________________ tasks are good for the body and the brain.
3. She sews in order to have a _____________________ income.
4. Proposed animal testing must pass a board to prove it is __________________.
5. Unfortunately the old software is ____________________ with the new operating system.
6. The experiment must meet certain ____________________ before it can be published.
7. Her work is an ___________________ part of the basics for understanding child behavior.
8. A _________________ test must be run on the building materials to prove, or not, their stability.
9. There will be a ___________________ meeting to choose a short list of candidates for the job.
10. The study proved what most people already thought; ___________________, the methods used were not scientific.

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1. His level is acceptable, so I would rate him an intermediate learner.
2. Manual tasks are good for the body and the brain.
3. She sews in order to have a supplementary income.
4. Proposed animal testing must pass a board to prove it is ethical.
5. Unfortunately, the old software is incompatible with the new operating system.
6. The experiment must meet certain norms before it can be published.
7. Her work is an integral part of the basics for understanding child behavior.
8. A concurrent test must be run on the building materials to prove, or not, their stability.
9. There will be a preliminary meeting to choose a short list of candidates for the job.
10. The study proved what most people already thought; conversely, the methods used were not scientific.

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