TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

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edited September 2017 in TOEIC Test

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

disagreement
disappointment
dissatisfy
enjoyable
faculty
favorable
foreman
forum
founder
fundraise

1. The company's __________________ passed away at ninety years old.
2. Take the problem directly to the work site's _____________________.
3. The ___________________ have many perks at this university, including subsidized housing.
4. Our vacation to Central Europe was _______________________.
5. The boss has given a ________________ opinion to our suggestion.
6. The board members have had a _________________ about the allocation of certain funds.
7. We have set up a ______________________ for constructive debate about current issues.
8. His ___________________ over failing the entrance exam has caused him to doubt his career choice.
9. The new gym promises not to ___________________ you with its wide range of machines and activities. 
10. One way to ______________________ is to resell a product which people are willing to buy - candy, for example.

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1. The company's founder passed away at ninety years old.
2. Take the problem directly to the work site's founder.
3. The faculty have many perks at this university, including subsidized housing.
4. Our vacation to Central Europe was enjoyable.
5. The boss has given a favorable opinion to our suggestion.
6. The board members have had a disagreement about the allocation of certain funds.
7. We have set up a forum for constructive debate about current issues.
8. His disappointment over failing the entrance exam has caused him to doubt his career choice.
9. The new gym promises not to dissatisfy you with its wide range of machines and activities. 
10. One way to fundraise is to resell a product which people are willing to buy - candy, for example.

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