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Foreword
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The TOEIC Test - Test of English for International Communication - a standardised test giving reliable
results measures proticiency in international business English at intermediate and advanced levels. It
provides an accurate measurement of the English capabilities of non-native speakers. The TOEIC test
measures and certities listening, reading and grammar proticiency in international business English.
The TOEIC tests:
• Help businesses build a more etíective workforce. There is, nowadays, a high demand from leading
global corporations for employees to communicate effectively in English. That is, employees must
be able to communicate across borders and cultures with co-workers and clients.
• Allovv employers to make hiring decisions, promotions, transíers depending on job seekers’
qualitications and English language proticiency.
• Enable universities to better prepare students for the international vvorkplace.
In briet, organizations and job seekers around the vvorld trust TOEIC scores to help them get ahead of
the competition.
TOEIC is a very challenging examination, and untortunately, many students find it hard to achieve the
score they need. One reason for this is that the TOEIC questions use many challenging words, so
students need a considerable number of business vocabulary items. The other reason is that TOEIC
questions challenge students in a very logical manner. Many students are not comtortable with this type
of thinking, which can make the test very challenging.
The maximum score on TOEIC is 990 points. A reasonable score is above 700 points, a good score is
anything above 800 points, and a great score is anything above 900 points.
Being aware of the practical demand of learners, we have designed the series TOEIC RC and LC - 730
and 860 whose questions are taken from the most recent TOEIC tests with the aim of helping those
who want to achieve the score of approximately 700 - 900 points. This series of books is hopetully a
very beneticial and rewarding material for class use with the assistance of an instructor or for self-study.
Tips to help you prepare for the TOEIC tests:
• Listen to music - Music helps you acquire the rhythm and stress patterns of spoken English.
• Listen to the radio and watch TV and tilms - This helps you pick up the language, and does not
bore you either!
• Use the language - Set aside half an hour each day to communicate only in English. If you can’t
do this face to face, send regular e-mail messages.
• Read - Reading is the best way to improve your vocabulary. Read nevvspapers, magazines
vvebsites, novels, and non-fiction books. Choose something that genuinely interests you and isn’t
too challenging.
• Write - Try keeping a daily journal where you can practise using new words and expressions. This
helps reiníorce sentence structures and vocabulary.
There are no shortcuts - the only way to get a high score is by vvorking hard, practising constantly and
patierítly to improve your English abilities.
May you soon achieve your desired goal!
Park Seong-Uk

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TOEIC Test Format
There are two separate TOEIC tests: traditional Listening and Reading test and additional VVriting and
Speaking test. These two types of TOEIC test are administered independently and thus you need to
register, pay fee for them separately and get separate test score reports. Check with your employer/
company or your university/college what type of TOEIC score report they want (Listening and Reading
only or both tests) betore taking the test. Also check with the test site if they offer Writing and Speaking
test. Technology requires you to have all 4 English language skills for workplace success.
TOEIC Listening and Reading Test
The TOEIC Listening and Reading test is a paper-and-pencil, multiple-choice assessment. There are 2
timed sections of 100 questions each.
Section I: Listening
Listening skills are required forface-to-face communication, meetings, videoconterencing, teleconterencing,
podcasts and telephone conversations.
Test takers listen to a variety of questions and short conversations recorded in English, then answer
questions based on what they have heard (100 items in total).
• Part 1: Photographs
• Part 2: Question & Response
• Part 3: Short Conversations
• Part 4: Short Talks
Section II: Reading
Reading skillsare required fore-mail, vvritten reports, newsletters, letters, memos, PovverPoint presentations
and other torms of business communication.
Test takers read a variety of materials and answer 100 items in total at their own pace.
• Part 5: Incomplete Sentences
• Part 6: Text Completion
• Part 7: Reading Comprehension
Test Length
The test takes approximately 21/2 hours, with:
• 45 minutes for Section I
• 75 minutes for Section II
• score scale: 5 - 495 for each section (10 - 990 for both)
• approximately 30 minutes to answer biographical questions

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Contents
TRAINING CO URSE

A

STUDYING TYPES 0F QUESTIONS
PARTS 5 & 6

UNIT1

Learning Key Points
4. Tenses and subjunctive m ood...................... 70

Choosing the right word class

1. Past, Present, Future

151 trequently-tested nouns
in the TOEIC tests..............................................13

2. Present pertect

145 trequently-tested verbs
In the TOEIC tests.............................................. 17

3. Past pertect

122 trequently-tested adjectives
in the TOEIC tests........ ....... ..............................20

5. Exceptions to agreement of tenses

75 trequently-tested adverbs
in the TOEIC tests............................................. 23

7. Past subjunctive

Progress te st...................................................... 25

4. Future pertect
6. Pertect subjunctive

5. Gerunds ..............................................................75
1. Verbs with gerunds as objects
2. Gerunds as objects of prepositions

UNIT 2 Choosing the right word class

1. Nouns.............................................................38
1.

Positions of nouns

2. Nouns reterring to people and things
labstract ideasl

2.

Progress te s t...................................................... 77
U N IT 4 Prepositions

1. Meanings of prepositions............................... 83

3. Count nouns vs. Uncount nouns

1. Prepositions of time

4. Compound nouns

2. Prepositions of place, direction
3. Prepositions of cause, reason

Adverbs......................................................41
1. Adverbs moditying verbs

4. Prepositions of concession

2. Adverbs moditying adjectives

5. other important prepositions

3. Adverbs moditying adverbs

2. Expressions followed byprepositions

4. Adverbs betore tigures

3.

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1. Verb + preposition
2. Verb + noun + preposition + noun

Adịectives................................................... 44
1. Attributive adjectives

3. be + adjective + preposition

2. Predicative adjectives

4. Noun + preposition
5. Prepositional phrases

Progress te s t..................................................... 46

Progress te s t..................................................... 94
U N IT 3 Verbíorms

1.

Participles................................................... 59

1.

1. Participles moditying nouns
3. Participles as complements

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1. Identitying active and passive torms

2. Subordinating conjunctions starting an adverbial
clause of concession

2. Passive form of active sentences with two objects

3. Subordinating conjunctions starting an adverbial
clause of condition

3. To-infinitives..................................................66

4. Subordinating conjunctions starting an adverbial
clause of reason

1. Verbs with to-infinitives as objects
2. To-infinitives as adverbs
3. Verbs with to-intinitives as object complements
4. be + adjective + to-infinitive
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Subordinating conjunctions....................... 99
1. Subordinating conjunctions starting an adverbial
clause of time

2. Participial phrases

2. Active and Passive verb torms

U N IT 5 Conjunctions

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5. Subordinating conjunctions starting a noun
clause
6. Subordinating conjunctions starting an adverbial
clause of purpose or result

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Correlative conjunctions, Co-ordinating
conjunctíons, Conịunctive adverbs
1. Correlative conịunctions
2. Co-ordinating conjunctions

UNIT 7 Relative pronoum

3. Conjunctive adverbs

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Progress test
UNIT 6 Pronouns

1. Relative pronouns
1. Relative pronouns - subjective case
2. Relative pronouns - possessive
3. Relatíve pronouns - objective case
u. Relative pronoun - What
5. Relative adverbs
2. Compound relative pronouns & Compound
relative adverbs
1. Compound relative pronouns
2. Compound relative adverbs

1. Personal pronouns
1. Possessive adjectives
2. Reílexive pronouns
3. Objective pronouns
4. Subjective pronouns
5. Possessive pronouns

Progress test
UNIT8 Comparisons

2. Demonstrative pronouns, Demonstrative
adjectives
.............114

1. Comparative form
1. more + adjective/adverb + than
2. Adverbs modityĩng a comparative form

1. those who + verb
2. that[those] of + noun/noun phrase
3.

2. Superlative form
the + superlatìve form of an adjective/adverb

Indetinite pronouns
.. 116
1. atl/many/each/every/any
2. one/another/the otherlsl/others/each other/
one another

3. Comparison of equality..............................133
as + adjective/adverb + as
Progress test_________________________ 134

Progress te st.................................................. 118

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ASSESSING YOUR PROGRESS
PARTS 5& 6

Practice Tests

PRACTICE TEST 1 ................................................... 138

PRACTICE TEST 3

154

PRACTICE TEST 2

PRACTICE TEST 4

162

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TRAINING COURSE

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PRACTISING TO ACHIEVE YOUR DESIRED SCORE
A C T U A L TESTS

ACTUAL TEST 1

............................................. 172

ACTUAL TEST 3

228

ACTUAL TEST 2 ......................................................200

ANSVVÉR KEY

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About This Book
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TRAINING CO URSE

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STUDYING TYPES 0F QUESTIONS & LEARNING KEY POINTS
In this section types of questions together with essential grammar points
that can trequently be seen in the TOEIC tests are classitied and systematically presented. Clear examples are also included so that you
can tamiliarise yourselt with these typical questions in Parts 5 & 6.

TYPES OF QUESTIONS A N D THEIR FREQUENCY OF
OCCURRENCE IN THE TOEIC TESTS
Types of questions are arranged in order of their trequency of occurrence in recent TOEIC tests. First, you do a multiple-choice question;
then learn the related grammar points.

CORRESPONDING GRAM M AR POINTS & ESSENTIAL FILES
A summary of important points are presented or explained. Essential
tiles list possible words and expressions together with illustrative examples. You should learn these by heart in order to improve your ability of
choosing the correct options for your Corning test.

PROGRESS TEST
This part aims at helping you to check your progress atter learning the
previous parts. Note that the tests with more questions given include
types of questions that are most írequently seen in the TOEIC actual
tests.

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TRAINING COURSE

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PRACTICE TESTS 0F PARTS 5&6
This section contains 4 practice tests of Parts 5 and 6, which have the
same degree of ditticulty as that of actual tests. By doing these tests,
you can evaluate how much progress you have made atter learning
items in Training Course A.

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ACTUAL TESTS RELATED TO YOUR DESIRED SCORE
Three actual tests that have recently been given are presented in this
section for you to check your result. If you have studied the two preceding sections caretully, you can now be delighted to see your actual
progress.

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conAict

56

bc in conAict with

36

excursion
go on an excursion

conjunction

57

expansion

in conjunction with

58

expense
at the expense of

37

connection

38

contribution

59

expertise

makc a contribution to

60

extension

61

tacility

62

tactor

significant[substantial] contributions to
39

copy

40

cost
operating cost
at no extra cost

deciding[decisive/determining) factor
63

fee
cntrancc fec

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deadline

membership fee

meet a deadline
miss a deadline
tight[strict] deadlỉne
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delegation

43

deposit

64

field

65

form
evaluation form
application form
nu

put down a deposit
44

description

66

job description
45

goal
achieve a goal

discount

reach a goal

discount on

ultimate goal

at a discount
46

in a form

in the form of

67

discussion
under discussion

grovvth
grovvth in[of]

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guide

47

dísruption

48

distribution

69

health

49

division

70

inception

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effectiveness

71

increase

51

effort

increase in

in an eíTort to do

tax increase

make an efTort to do

wage[pay/salary] increase

52

training guide

price increase

environment

fare increase

vvorking environment
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estimate

54

evaluation

55

event
in the event of

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be on the increase
72

inquiry

73

instruction
be uiider instruction to do

74

interruption

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priority

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reserve the right to do

top priority
have priority over
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108

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price rise

safety procedures

give rise to

productivity

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project

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promotion

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proportion

112

quality

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be of good[high] quality
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rationale

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receipt

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ahead o f schedule
behind schedule
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in sequence
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customer Service
in Service

keep a record of

out of Service

reterence

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training session
134

give A a refund

an acute shortage of

a full refund

water shortage

tax refund

housing shortage

registration

replacement

121

request

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site
construction[building] site

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majorỊprimary/main] source of
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request for

safety standards

at one’s request

living standards

on request

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requirement

139

meet[fulfill/satisfy] a requirement

subscription to
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íìnancial resources
result
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resource
natural resources

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shortage
a shortage of

120

125

session

retund

reliability

124

Service

record

119

123

series
a series of

registration fee

122

sequence

on[upon] receipt of

in[with] reference to

118

schedule
on schedule

for one’s reference

117

rival
rival company

be of poor quality

116

rise

procedure

increase[improve / raise] productivity

115

riym

in summary
142

supervision
under the supervision o f

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surplus

145

technician

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technique

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tim e

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tool

149

transition
transition from A to B

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warranty
under wairanty

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accept

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authorize

authorừe A to do

account
account for

20

become

3

acquire

21

change

4

address

22

charge

5

advise
advise A about[of] B

6

be charged with
23

collaborate

collaborate with
collaborate on

allovv
allovv A to do
allovv for

24

complete

7

announce

25

conduct

8

answer

9

anticipate

10

appear

11

appoint

conduct a survey
26

connect

27

conserve

28

appoint A to do
12

approach

13

arrange

14

arrive

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attempt
attempt to do

16

attend

17

attract
attract attention
attract interest

16

attribute
attribute A to B
be attributed to

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consult

consult A about B
consult with
contain
contribute

contribute to
31

cover

32

create

33

decide

decide to do
34

decline

35

decrease

36

deliver

be delivered to
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demonstrate

38

depart

39

design

64

follow
be followed by

65

forward
íòrvvard A to B

be designed to do
66

tultill

40

detail

41

develop

42

dìagnose

43

discontinue

68

grow

discourage

69

guarantee

70

handle

44

fulfill an aim[goal/objective]
67

grant
grant A B

discourage A from V-ing
45 nr display
46

71

emerge

hesitate
hesitate to do

emerge as
72
47

hire

enable
enable A to do

73

hold
hold the post[position/office]

48

enclose

49

enhance

50

enroll

74

host

75

ignore

76

implement

77

include

ensure that

78

increase

enter

79

indicate

80

install

enroll in
51

52

ensure

53 oc escort
escort A to
54 DC establish
55

evaluate

56

exceed

81 □ □ institute
82

instruct
be instructed to do

83

intend
intend to do

57 ŨC expect

be intended for

be expected to do
58 mc expire

84

keep

59 GC express

85

last

86

load

express (an) interest in
express concems about

87

60

extend

61

fall

88

62

c x teature

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fill an order

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make a purchase
monitor
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notify A that

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obtain

receive support

obtain A from B
obtain A through B

receive training

91

occupy

receive the promotion

92

offer

receive education

112

93

paint

94

peak

95

permit

be permitted to do
96

pertain

recommend A to B
be recommended for
113

record

114

recruit

115

reduce
reduce A to V-ing

pertain to
97
98

picture
place

place an order

116

regain
regain consciousness

117

register
register for

place value on

99

recommend
recommend V-ing

offer A to B

place importance on
place emphasis on

118

reject

119

release

postpone

120

remind

postpone V-ing
be postponed until
100

present

101

preserve

102

prevent

remind A to do
121

remove
remove A from B

122

replace
replace A vvith B

prevent A from V-ing

123

report

103

process

124

represent

104

prolong

125

require

105

promote

promote A to B
106

propose

107

provide

be required to do
126

reserve A for B
127

purchase

109

quality

respond
respond to

provide A with B
108

reserve

128

restore
restore A to B

129

resume

qualify A for B

130

retain

raise

131

revievv

132

schedule

qualify for

110

■'raise avvareness of
111

receive

be scheduled to do

receive A from B
receive attention

be scheduled for

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seek

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134

serve

135

set up

136

settle

137

show
show interest in

138

140

substitute A for B
141

summarize

142

take

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train
train A in B

sign

be trained in

sign up for

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substitute

sign a contract

144

welcome

submit

145

win
win an award

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well[fully/acutely] aware

absolute

be aware of
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broad
broad consensus[agreement]

additional
additional iníòrmation

beneticial
benetìcial to[for]

accessible
easily[readily] accessible

4

aware

be about to do

in absolute terms
3

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close

additional charge

be close to

additional expenditure

keep a close eye on

5

administrative

keep in close contact with

6

affordable

7

ambitious

8

apparent

16

common ground
17

for no apparent reason
9

appropriate

18

be assured of
be assured that
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readily[widely] available

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complimentary tickets

appropriate time[place]
assured

complete
complete with

highly[entirely/ vvholly] appropriate

10

common
common knovvledge

complimentary about
19

comprehensive

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contident
confídent of[about]
confident manner

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contidential

have exclusive use of

considerable

exclusive report[coverage]

considerable amount[number] of

43

exemplary

continuous

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trequent

46

guided

continuous economic growth
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keep A strictly coníĩdential

convenient

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guided tour

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declining

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healthy

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deíinitive

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helpíul

deíínitive agreement
28

deliberate

29

delicate

30

desirable

helpful advice
49

high
high price[charge]
high tax
at high speed

highly desirable
31

detailed

high proportion[percentage] of
50 □ : idle

detailed description
detailed analysis
32

52 □ □ incidental

be disappointed to hear[see/find]

53 ŨC increased

dissatisíied

54

increasing

55 X

indicative

be dissatisíĩed with
34

improper
improper behaviour[conduct]

disappointed
be disappointed at[with/about]

33

51

due
be due to do

be indicative of
56 DD initial

35 ŨC eager
be eager to do
36 3C efficient
37

57 □ □ interactive
58 □ □ interested

eligible
be eligible to do

38 X entertaining
39 X

initial stage[phase/period]

equal

be interested in
59 JL key
later

60

61 CX latest

equal number[amount] of
be of equal value

leading

62

be of equal importance

63

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be equal in size[length/height]

64 ŨC long

be equal to
65 X minor
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essential
be essential to

66 X

native
native to

41 DC exceptional
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nearby

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responsible
be responsible for

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notable

71

numerous

72

ongoing

73

only

74

open

94

routine

95

secure

96

sensitive

97

sincere

98

skilled
be skilled at[in]

be open to
75

76

77 X

optimistic

99

spacious

be optimistic about

100

steep

orderly

101

strategic

in an orderly manner

102

stringent

outgoing

103

strong

outgoing mail

104

78 DC outstanding

subject
be subject to

personal

105

subsequent

80 JC pleasant

106

substantial

81 ŨC pleased

107

79 X

82 X

highly successful

popular

be successful in V-ing

hugely[enormously / immensely] popular

108

be popular with[among]
83

previous

84

productive
highly productive

85 X I protective

109

surplus
surplus funds

110

temporary
on a temporary basis

111

protective clothingỊequipment]
qualitied

superior
be superior to

productive of

86

successtul

be pleased to do

unavailable
be unavailable to

112

uncertain

113

unexpected

114

uníavorable

115

unstable

116

upcoming

be qualiíìed for
87

ready

88

reasonable

89

related
be related to

90

relevant

91

reliable

92

repetitive
repetitive work[tasks/jobs]

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useíul
useful for

118

valued

119

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1

absolưtely

27

geoercxisty

2

accordingly

29



adversely

4

again

highly
highly cíĩicient
highly skillod
highly trained



already

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always

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indirectỉy

6

approximatety

31

individually

t

bnetly

32

latar

10

caretully

33

likety

11

cautiously

34

mutually

12

clearty

35

nearly

13

closely

36

necessarily

14

completely

37

occasionally

15

consistently

38

often

16

conveniently

39

12

currently

lỗ

detinitely

once
at once
all al onoc

19

dramaticalty

40

only

41

20

easily

origínally

42

21

effectively

particularly

22

efficiently

43

pertectly

44

especially

personally

23

45

24

exclusively

previously

46

25

rinally

primarily

47

26

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probabry

promptly

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properly

63

still

50

provisionally

64

suddenly

51

quickly

65

surely

52

rapidly

66

temporarily

53

reasonably

67

then

54

recently

68

thoroughly

55

regularly

69

too

56

relatively

70

unbearably

57

separately

71

unexpectedly

58

shortly

72

usually

shortly before[after]

73

very

59

since

74

well

60

soon

75

yet

61

sparingly

62

specially

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PROGRESS TEST

1.

Project tunding outlines must be tiled
betore the end of the week and should
contain a concise
and a short
budget outline.

6.

(A) valuably
(B) strenuously
(C) adversely
(D) exactly

(A) meaning
(B) beiiet
(C) excursion
(D) abstract
7.
2.

Collectors gathering especially delicate
plant species must label specimens

The entirety of the museum's artitact
collection has been
for.
(A) recorded
(B) accounted
(C) explained
(D) calculated

4.

Later in the year, when X Press
the smaller publisher Zlppy Books, many
departments will be merged.

8. The budgetary vvorking group incorrectly
that the temporary merger action
team’s activities could be supported by
this year's budget.
(A) anticipated
(B) collected
(C) sponsored
(D) selected

9.

(A) merges
(B) remains
(C) acquires
(D) anticipates

5.

Ms. Costa, an innovation specialist,
has
our statt on the ettective
handling of disgruntled customers.
(A) designed
(B) advised
(C) proposed
(D) suggested

(A) exceedingly
(B) acốordingly
(C) considerably
(D) namely

3.

The State is undergoing a drought that is
attecting crops and dríving up
tood prices throughout the nation.

The management group
a new
domestic manager to be in charge of the
ottice every three years.
(A) deposits
(B) appoints
(C) predicts
(D) operates

All salespeople are expected to
Client complaints in a polite and restrained
manner.

(A) arrive
(B) address
(C) intorm
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All management seminar presenters
may have a meeting with City politicians
should they so desire.
(A) collected
(B) aligned
(C) controlled
(D) arranged

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