TOEFL REVIEW VOCABULARY TEST 1 A.

MEANINGS OF WORDS: Choose the letter of the word that best fit the meanings provided in each item. If none of the choices are correct, choose letter E. Write your answers in the answer sheet provided. 1. v.tr. To inoculate with a vaccine in order to produce immunity to an infectious disease, such as diphtheria or typhus A. VACCINATE B. VACCINATION C. INNOCULATE D. INNOCULATOR 2. adj. Of considerable size; fairly large A. LARGISH B. SIZABLE 3. adj. Not clearly expressed; inexplicit A. VAGUE B. CERTAIN C. HUGE C. FIRM D. TIDY D. SELDOM

4. n. The internal structure composed of bone and cartilage that protects and supports the soft organs, tissues, and other parts of a vertebrate organism; endoskeleton A. CARTILAGE B. BONES C. VERTEBRAE D. SKELETON 5. adj. Having or expressing a meaning; meaningful A. TELLING B. SIGNIFY 6. adj. Impermeable by air A. LOOSE B. SEAL 7. adj. Readily bent; pliant A. AMPLE B. SUPPLE 8. tr.v. To call together; convene A. SUMMON B. ORGANIZE C. SIFNIFICANT C. PENETRABLE C. RIGID C. KEEP D. TRIVIAL D. AIRTIGHT D. STIFF D. ATTEND D. NOD D. ANITPATHY D. DESPICABLE D. OKAY D. SEPARATE

9. adj. Asserting that something is true or correct, as with the answer “yes” A. REFUTE B. AFFIRMATIVE C. CONCEDES 10. n. A tender feeling toward another; fondness A. TENDER B. ENMITY C. AFFECTION

11. adj. Showing signs of wear and tear; threadbare or worn-out A. SHEARS B. CUT C. DECENT 12. adj. Well grounded; just A. FINITE B.VALID C. APPROPRIATE

13. adj. Happening, existing, or done at the same time A. SIMULTANEOUS B. LONE C. CONSISTENT 14. adj. Measuring little from bottom to top or surface; lacking physical depth
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A. THOUGHTLESS B. SHALLOW 15. adj. Devoid of direction or purpose A. MISLEAD B. AIMLESS 16. adj. Of, characterized by, or caused by an allergy A. ALLERGIC B. RECEPTIVE 17. tr.v. To assert to be true; affirm A. DISSENT B. AGREEABLE

C. SHOAL C. DETERMINED C. AVERSE C. ALLEGE

D. PROFOUND D. ASPIRING D. DISLIKE D. KEEP D. MOLD D. PROVOCATEUR D. IMPORTANT

18. v.intr. To become constricted from heat, moisture, or cold A. SHRINK B.STRETCH C. EXPAND 19. n. One that acts or has the power or authority to act A. TRANSACTION B. AGENT C. PACIFIER 20. adj. Being beyond what is required or sufficient A. ESSENTIAL B. SUPERFLUOUS C. NEEDED

B. SYNONYMS: Choose the letters of the words that are synonymous to the words provided in each item. If none of the choices is correct, choose letter E. Write your answers in the answer sheet provided. 21. AGITATE A.SOOTHE 22. AGING A. MATURING 23. UTTER A. MUMBLE 24. USELESS A. SIGNIFICANT 25. URGENT A. IMPORTANT 26. UPTIGHT A. COLD 27. UPHOLD A. INTERNET 28. AERIAL A. FLYING B. TROUBLE B. GROWTH B. REVEAL B. TRADE B. TRADE B. TENSE B. SAVE B. SKY-HIGH C. LULL C. DIVINITY C. ARTICULATE C. INVALUABLE C. INSISTENT C. EASE C. STICK C. SHEER D. TRANQUILIZE D. YOUTH D. SPEACHLESS D. AIMLESS D. UNFORTUNE D. CALM D. SUPPORT D. VAPOROUS

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29. SHIVER A. MEND 30. SHIELD A. EXPOSURE

B. STEADY

C. TREMBLE

D. FIX

B. METALLIC

C.RIGID

D. ARMOR

C. WORD USAGE: Choose the words that best fit the sentences below. If none of the choices is fit to complete the sentences, choose letter E. Write your answers in the answer sheet provided. 31. Parents' first instinct is to ___________ their children when rain falls. A. HIDE B. LOVE C. CREEP 32. A computer can be a great learning ___________. A. ACADEMIC B. AID C. CRACK D. SHELTER D. TRACK

33. Climate, soil, water availability, and topography vary widely throughout the world. This variation brings about a wide range in ___________ production enterprises. A. LIVESTOCK B. AGRICULTURAL C. HARVEST D. FARMING 34. It is professional ___________ to involve oneself in illegal practices. A. SUICIDE B. TROUBLE C. URGE D. COST

35. Leo Tolstoy once said, “I know that my ___________ with all people cannot be destroyed by national boundaries and government orders.” A. PURSUIT B. MANAGEMENT C. DEMOCRACY D. UNITY 36. It is not ___________ to have great qualities; we must be able to make good use of them. A. SUFFICIENT B. SUFFRAGE C. ABLE D. PROPER 37. To climb the ___________ of Mt. Everest is truly a great achievement especially a disabled like Clark. A. MOUNTAIN B. FOOT C. SUMMIT D. SLOPE 38. I’m so frustrated about her work. She made only a few ___________ changes in the manuscript. A. INEQUIPPED B. SUPERFICIAL C. ACCIDENTAL D. REMARKABLE 39. These Three Sisters - corn, beans and squash - supplement and ___________ each other. A. SUPPORT B. COMPLEMENT C. EMBELLISH D. CARE 40. I never heard of anyone who was really literate or who ever really loved books who wanted to ___________ any of them. A. SUPPRESS B. KEEP C. ENLIVEN D. SKIP

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D. WORD RELATIONSHIPS: Choose the letters of the words that are least related to the words provided in each item. If none of the choices is correct, choose letter E. Write your answers in the answer sheet provided. 41. UNIFORM A. INCONSISTENT 42. AGREEABLE A. DELIGHTFUL 43. AFFIRM A. ASSERT 44. AFFABLE A. FRIENDLY 45. ALLOY A. ICON 46. ALLIED A. ASSOCIATED 47. ALLEVIATE A. EASE 48. ALGEBRA A. MATH 49. SURGERY A. AILING 50. SUPPRESS A. HOLD B. STANDARDIZED B. UNPLEASANT B. REFUTE B. PLEASANT B. COMBINED B. UNRELATED B. ASSUAGE B. FOCUS B. OPERATION B. RESTRAIN C. IDENTICAL C. COMPLIANT C. CONFIRM C. SOCIABLE C. EFFIGY C. LINKED C. AGGRAVATE C. SUBJECT C. TREATMENT C. CONCEAL D. HOMOGENOUS D. ACCEPTABLE D. AVOW D. HOSTILE D. MODEL D. UNITED D. LESSEN D. ISSUE D. PROCEDURE D. EXPRESS

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