TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

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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.

telecommunication
timely
uncomfortable
amenity
approximate
await
barbecue
beginner
biology
blanket

1. The ________________ department has received funding to test some new medicines on animals.
2. A recent lecture on social responsibility made us feel a little _____________________.
3. Free parking is one __________________ offered to the faculty at the university.
4. The company has a yearly ___________________ in August before school starts for the children.
5. These numbers are ___________________; the accounting department will provide a more accurate estimate.
6. We need to _______________ approval before starting the project.
7. She is a __________________ teacher but she is advancing well.
8. The dog likes to sleep on its ________________ on the couch.
9. His remarks at the office opening were ________________ and concise.
10. There is a problem in the ______________________ infrastructure today, so use your cellphones to call customers.

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1. The biology department has received funding to test some new medicines on animals.
2. A recent lecture on social responsibility made us feel a little uncomfortable.
3. Free parking is one amenity offered to the faculty at the university.
4. The company has a yearly barbecue in August before school starts for the children.
5. These numbers are approximate; the accounting department will provide a more accurate estimate.
6. We need to await approval before starting the project.
7. She is a beginner teacher but she is advancing well.
8. The dog likes to sleep on its blanket on the couch.
9. His remarks at the office opening were timely and concise.
10. There is a problem in the telecommunication infrastructure today, so use your cellphones to call customers.


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