TOEIC Vocabulary - Do you know these words?

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edited February 2018 in TOEIC Test

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

personalize
poorly
prestigious
purse
reassure
resume
reunion
revolutionize
seafood
signify

1. When she lost her _________________, she also lost her telephone and debit cards.
2. This __________________ restaurant is the best in the city, and the most expensive.
3. His book is set to ___________________ worker and employer relations.
4. Their 25th class ___________________ will be held on a cruise ship.
5. Those symbols are meant to __________________ the danger involved in each chemical.
6. The factory cannot _________________ production until all of the machines are functional.
7. You are able to ____________________ the clothes you buy with monograms.
8. She is a __________________ cancer surgeon, known for her results and innovative techniques.
9. After the earthquake, the government had to ___________________ the residents that aid would arrive quickly.
10. He did _________________ on the entrance exam but was accepted anyways due to his family's connections.

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1. When she lost her purse, she also lost her telephone and debit cards.
2. This seafood restaurant is the best in the city, and the most expensive.
3. His book is set to revolutionize worker and employer relations.
4. Their 25th class reunion will be held on a cruise ship.
5. Those symbols are meant to signify the danger involved in each chemical.
6. The factory cannot resume production until all of the machines are functional.
7. You are able to personalize the clothes you buy with monograms.
8. She is a prestigious cancer surgeon, known for her results and innovative techniques.
9. After the earthquake, the government had to reassure the residents that aid would arrive quickly.
10. He did poorly on the entrance exam but was accepted anyways due to his family's connections.


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