TOEFL / IELTS Vocabulary

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edited October 2017 in TOEFL Test

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

alter
stability
energy
aware
licence
enforcement
draft
styles
precise
medical

1. The judge had to recuse herself from the trial for ________________ reasons.
2. The team is going to study the _______________ of the particle in different environments.
3. Her writing is very _______________, to the point of being sterile.
4. The university needs to renew its _______________ to perform experiments on animals.
5. This is a first _______________ of our proposal. Please read it and offer any criticism you may have.
6. The new department head has chosen to _______________ the hiring process.
7. Nuclear _________________ provides electricity to many European countries.
8. We need to be ________________ of the economic consequences of the new taxes on businesses.
9. The artist will present many different _______________ of her work over the years.
10. There will be a presence of law ______________ at the strike, but no violence is anticipated.

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1. The judge had to recuse herself from the trial for medical reasons.
2. The team is going to study the stability of the particle in different environments.
3. Her writing is very precise to the point of being sterile.
4. The university needs to renew its licence to perform experiments on animals.
5. This is a first draft of our proposal. Please read it and offer any criticism you may have.
6. The new department head has chosen to alter the hiring process.
7. Nuclear energy provides electricity to many European countries.
8. We need to be aware of the economic consequences of the new taxes on businesses.
9. The artist will present many different styles of her work over the years.
10. There will be a presence of law enforcement at the strike, but no violence is anticipated


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