TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

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edited June 20 in TOEIC Test

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

interpreter
intersection
irrelevant
jeans
journalism
letterhead
lifeguard
modem
monument
mosquito

1. There is a ______________________ to the famous general in the town square.
2. Strangely, they drew conclusions which were __________________ given the data that they had found.
3. All office correspondence must be on official _________________.
4. One of the leading causes of death in the world is the the tiny ________________________.
5. The court needs to find a Basque-language _____________________ for an upcoming case.
6. She wants to spend her summer as a _______________________ at a local swimming pool.
7. Bushes have grown up which make the ____________________ dangerous for cars.
8. He is preparing for a career in ______________________ by working at the university newspaper.
9. I remember when I bought a _____________________ to access the Internet through the telephone line.
10. You can wear __________________ to the office on Friday, but not ripped.

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1. There is a monument to the famous general in the town square.
2. Strangely, they drew conclusions which were irrelevant given the data that they had found.
3. All office correspondence must be on official letterhead.
4. One of the leading causes of death in the world is the the tiny mosquito.
5. The court needs to find a Basque-language interpreter for an upcoming case.
6. She wants to spend her summer as a lifeguard at a local swimming pool.
7. Bushes have grown up which make the intersection dangerous for cars.
8. He is preparing for a career in journalism by working at the university newspaper.
9. I remember when I bought a modem to access the Internet through the telephone line.
10. You can wear jeans to the office on Friday, but not ripped.


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