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Ch 9: TOEFL Vocabulary: Words & Practice

About This Chapter

The TOEFL vocabulary practice questions in this chapter have been created to help you study a wide variety of words in the context of sentences and passages. You can use the quiz questions and answer explanations to help you learn, remember and recall important words.

TOEFL Vocabulary - Summary

Have a look at these specially TOEFL vocabulary quizzes. You can use any desktop computer, laptop or mobile device to take the quizzes from anyplace at any time convenient for you. THE TOEFL will challenge you to recognize and understand the meaning if words in four very different contexts: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. Having a strong grasp of English words (especially academic vocabulary) will help you feel confident and score your best. Here's a short list of just some of the TOEFL words you will learn, review, and recall:

  • Community
  • Industry
  • Average
  • Structure
  • Rapidly
  • passive
  • consistent
  • frontier
  • embodied
  • morality
  • Paucity
  • Apex
  • Insidious
  • Deleterious
  • Query
  • Equivocal

How to Use this Vocabulary Practice

Reviewing TOEFL vocabulary words with these helpful quizzes will be great for understanding not just the meaning of the word, but also how it is used in the context of a sentence or passage.

  • The best way to get going is to start out with the beginner level, and then move to intermediate or advanced when you are ready
  • Reading the lesson copy will help you prepare for the level of the words you are likely to see in the quiz questions
  • The lessons also contain some helpful study tips, like how to use prefixes, suffixes, and root words to your advantage when studying TOEFL vocabulary
  • Click on the Quiz button when you are ready to start. Each lesson contains about 20 questions.
  • After the quiz, you will get a score report
  • Don't forget to regularly review the words until they are deeply embedded in your working vocabulary

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