TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

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edited June 14 in TOEIC Test

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

euros
forbid
fork
foster
getaway
gossip
hacker
hardworking
impatient
indirect

1. The news of the company's bankruptcy was just _________________, not true at all.
2. In order to purchase from Germany, the laboratory had to change dollars into _________________.
3. The afternoon picnic was intended to __________________ good relationships amongst the staff.
4. They have a cabin in the woods that they use as a ___________________ some weekends.
5. The new law will __________________ smoking in any enclosed space.
6. She was accused of being a _________________ when the police found pages of usernames and passwords on her computer.
7. He may not be the best trained employee but he is ________________________.
8. The new manager's style is __________________, she never confronts anyone. 
9. He made a faux pas and used the wrong ________________ at the formal dinner.
10. We are __________________ to know the test results so that the product can move forward.

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1. The news of the company's bankruptcy was just gossip, not true at all.
2. In order to purchase from Germany, the laboratory had to change dollars into euros.
3. The afternoon picnic was intended to foster good relationships amongst the staff.
4. They have a cabin in the woods that they use as a getaway some weekends.
5. The new law will forbid smoking in any enclosed space.
6. She was accused of being a hacker when the police found pages of usernames and passwords on her computer.
7. He may not be the best-trained employee but he is hardworking.
8. The new manager's style is indirect, she never confronts anyone. 
9. He made a faux pas and used the wrong fork at the formal dinner.
10. We are impatient to know the test results so that the product can move forward.


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