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TOEIC SAMPLE TEST

PART II READING
V. DIRECTIONS: Questions 101-140 are incomplete sentences. Four words or phrases,
marked (A), (B), (C), (D) are given beneath each sentence. You are to choose the ONE
word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
101. If we had seen the demand in advance, we surely on the cookbook.
(A) would stock up
(B) have stocked up
(C) had stocked up
(D) would have stocked up
102. Most of the time in Indonesia was spent relatives.
(A) to visit
(B) visiting
(C) going visiting
(D) go to visit
103. My broker advised me to invest in secured bonds before in the stock market.
(A) invested
(B) investing
(C) investment
(D) I will invest
104. It goes without that youll be paid for all this extra time youre spending on the
project.
(A) telling
(B) saying
(C) repeating
(D) regarding
105. The businessmen discussed the contract at length but never actually signed .
(A) anything
(B) anyone
(C) another
(D) anyway
106. The worldwide low inflation rate is expected to continue .
(A) at a fast pace
(B) for a long time
(C) in a decline
(D) throughout

107. The patient examined by the doctor.


(A) were
(B) is being
(C) has
(D) have been
108. The Argentineans are protecting their forests because the lumber is very
valuable to .
(A) they
(B) ourselves
(C) them
(D) we
109. Travel agents advise early, in order to avoid disappointment.
(A) buying
(B) postponing
(C) booking
(D) canceling
110. The use of pesticides is having a effect on the groundwater.
(A) devastate
(B) devastating
(C) devastated
(D) devastation
111. Because of Lucilles managerial skills, the family now has an business.
(A) expanding
(B) expend
(C) expanse
(D) expended
112. Just as the business was about to go under, he the bid for the shopping mall
construction.
(A) was winning
(B) will win
(C) had won
(D) won
113. We have decided to your income with a monthly bonus.
(A) implement
(B) compliment
(C) supplement
(D) compartment
114. A study was done to determine the effect the change in government policy has
had on the small business sector.

(A) of
(B) what
(C) for
(D) that
115. The air conditioner will have to be worked on the office is in use.
(A) during
(B) while
(C) only
(D) meanwhile
116. Your credit history shows that either several loan payments were late the bank
made a huge error in reporting them.
(A) and
(B) but
(C) nor
(D) or
117. Another building will be in the downtown area before you know it.
(A) demolished
(B) demolishing
(C) demolish
(D) demolishes
118. The meeting is over.
(A) much or little
(B) here or there
(C) more or less
(D) to or from
119. We the money to your money market account within three working days.
(A) have been transferred
(B) will transfer
(C) transferring
(D) will be transferred
120. We are sending you what we have now and the remander as soon as it arrives.
(A) will have shipped
(B) will ship
(C) shipped
(D) shipping
121. At election time, every speech is calculated to win .
(A) preferences
(B) wishes
(C) votes

(D) choices
122. Although most people are than I am, they are not as healthy or wise.
(A) wealth
(B) wealthy
(C) wealthily
(D) wealthier
123. Constance breathed a sigh relief when she heard that her loan was approved.
(A) to
(B) for
(C) by
(D) of
124. Good management to the employees.
(A) will be listened
(B) are listening
(C) listens
(D) listen
125. The newly discovered ore is being extracted by of a huge robotic arm.
(A) mean
(B) means
(C) meant
(D) meanings
126. When the computer analyst realized what a task it was, he immediately added
two more staff to the project.
(A) precise
(B) superfluous
(C) short
(D) formidable
127. I spoke with the real estate agent who told me that the office space would cost $225
square foot.
(A) for
(B) in
(C) per
(D) at
128. The human resources department is for the hiring and care of our personnel.
(A) respondent
(B) responsive
(C) responding
(D) responsible

129. The air conditioning unit for hours by the time you arrive.
(A) will have been running
(B) shall run
(C) will be running
(D) will run
130. We were having so much fun on the ship we were to disembark at our
destination.
(A) reluctant
(B) doubtful
(C) refusing
(D) hesitant
131. The appeal of this training approach is that the students find which management
style work best for them.
(A) out
(B) up
(C) about
(D) on
132. While you set up the display at the of the score, Ill unpack the rest of the goods.
(A) prominence
(B) forward
(C) ahead
(D) front
133. Mrs Choor has managed the department well that shell be up for a promotion
than she expected.
(A) big
(B) bigger
(C) more
(D) most
134. We would like to a teleconference with our public relations office regarding the
upcoming merger.
(A) transact
(B) install
(C) perform
(D) arrange
135. We knew the economy was a turning point when the interest rates started to fall.
(A) at
(B) about
(C) throughout
(D) inside

136. We have been doing business with them since their .


(A) incentive
(B) inception
(C) incision
(D) incitement
137. The new clerk wasnt sure under which he should file the purchasing documents.
(A) covering
(B) level
(C) rank
(D) category
138. When Mrs Graf sat down, she asked that the shades be pulled because of the
bright sunlight.
(A) below
(B) off
(C) down
(D) up
139. By what the public liked and didnt like, we were able to fine-tune our ads.
(A) sighting
(B) focusing
(C) predicting
(D) pinpointing
140. We with the prime minister for dinner at the Simsbury Hotel tonight.
(A) are meeting
(B) have been met
(C) were met
(D) will be met