Vocabulary

Have you got the necessary Test of English as a Foreign Language vocabulary?

Learn all of the vocabulary that you need in order to do well on the internet-based test with our:

Vocabulary Word Power Download

Our vocabulary PDF download is 72 pages long when printed.

After you have looked at the vocabulary download, we suggest that you then try samples of our other instant PDF downloads:

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The exercises in the reading, writing, and listening practice test downloads will help you to check your comprehension of the vocabulary for the test, thereby consolidating your knowledge.

Vocabulary “Word Power”

Here is a free sample of a few excerpts from our “Word Power” download:

fathom – (v.) to understand or comprehend, esp. with difficulty. e.g. – I can’t fathom this chemistry homework. Can you explain it to me? Der. (adj.) fathomable; (ant.) unfathomable.

grumble – (v.) to complain; (syn.) whine. e.g. – There is no reason the grumble about your job. If you don’t like it, find a new one. Der. (n.) grumble.

haggle (with) – (v.) to engage in discussions with buyers or sellers in order to agree upon a price; negotiate. e.g. – He haggled with the car salesman in order to negotiate a good price.

implore – (v.) to beg; (syn.) entreat, beseech. e.g. – The President implored the nation for their support during the country’s economic crisis. Der. (adj.) imploring; (adv.) imploringly.

lassitude – (n.) tiredness; exhaustion. e.g. – The marathon runner showed great lassitude after finishing the race and rested on the grass nearby.

myriad – (adj.) great in quantity or amount; abundant. e.g. There were myriad foods at the banquet.

nascent (adj.) something at its birth or beginning. e.g. – He has just set up a nascent business.

perfidy – (n.) disloyalty or treason toward an individual’s country of national origin. e.g. – The American, Benedict Arnold, was guilty of perfidy when he told U.S. military secrets to the British during the American Revolutionary War.

sanctimonious – (adj.) relating to an insincere or hypocritical adherence to high moral standards. e.g. – The wealthy king gave a sanctimonious speech about how money should not be considered the most important thing in life. Der. (n.) sanctimony, sanctimoniousness; (adv.) sanctimoniously.

undemonstrative – (adj.) not displaying feeling or emotion. e.g. – Mark is so undemonstrative that we couldn’t tell whether he was happy or not. Der. (adv.) undemonstratively.

Why is vocabulary so important?

Did you know that most students do poorly on the examination because of vocabulary?

They fail to understand the high-level academic words and idioms used on this test, causing them to perform poorly.

Do you want to score higher on the test?

Our Word Power PDF helps you acquire the vocabulary and idioms that you need in order to succeed on the iBT.

Get the power of our TOEFL vocabulary “Word Power” for yourself today! This download provides the words that have most commonly appeared on recent Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based examinations.



You should study the vocabulary word list, definitions, and example sentences showing you how to use the words correctly in our Word Power PDF download first.

 

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