TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

ScottsEnglishScottsEnglish Administrator Posts: 1,276 admin ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
edited October 2017 in TOEIC Test

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

generalization
guidance
gum
hesitant
indicator
individually
junior
lifestyle
likewise
morale

1. For safety reasons, employees are forbidden to chew ____________ during their shift.
2. Their _________________ is costing them more money than they earn.
3. Every _______________ points to an improvement in the economy during the next quarter.
4. She is a ________________ executive at the company, but rising fast.
5. The CFO is _____________________ to approve the funds for the project.
6. This might be a ___________________, but we find that high corporate taxes lead to high unemployment.
7. Every Friday is a casual day in order to try to boost _________________.
8. When the lead researcher retired, the project failed because it had no _________________.
9. Each employee's performance is assessed _______________ and as a part of his or her team.
10. John has accepted an offer from a competitor, and his boss is ready to do ____________________.

Click here for the correct answers:

1. For safety reasons, employees are forbidden to chew gum during their shift.
2. Their lifestyle is costing them more money than they earn.
3. Every indicator points to an improvement in the economy during the next quarter.
4. She is a junior executive at the company, but rising fast.
5. The CFO is hesitant to approve the funds for the project.
6. This might be a generalization, but we find that high corporate taxes lead to high unemployment.
7. Every Friday is a casual day in order to try to boost morale.
8. When the lead researcher retired, the project failed because it had no guidance.
9. Each employee's performance is assessed individually and as a part of his or her team.
10. Amir has accepted an offer from a competitor, and his boss is ready to do likewise..


Click here for more exercises.
Sign In or Register to comment.