TOEFL Vocabulary Some Common English Words

Lesson II
Here are five words and their definitions. Take a look at these definitions and then choose the appropriate word for the sentences that preceed them.
Crumbs: 1. table scraps, small morcels often of bread or cake that are left after the meal is finished. Bite: 1.To tear or cut with the teeth 2. A puncture or wound from an animal, especially an insect. 3. A small amount of food, a snack.
Afraid: 1. To feel fear. To be very wary of. Nevertheless: 1.after saying that, still. In spite of that.
Sloppy: 1. The opposite of neat. Someone or something that is disorderly, messy.


Choose the corect word for each of the following sentences.

1.   J.J.Girardot's office is such a mess. If you look up  in the dictionary you'll see his picture.

2.  I'm  that Cedric has little chance of getting 550 on his TOEFL.

3.   Jerome, you should know that you can't eat in the computer lab: you'll leave
.

4.  Benoit is not what you would call co-ordinated,
he tries valiantly to waveboard.

5.   All right I'll : tell me what kind of idiocy has
Bertand done this time?



Here are more five words and their definitions. Take a look at these definitions and then choose the appropriate word for the sentences that preceed them. Then get your score for the two sections.
 
Thorough: 1. Painstakingly accurate  2 . Efficient, utter
absolute
Chores: 1. task that need to be done on a regular basis, especially around the home. A daily duty.
Starve: 1 . Not to have enough food to eat. To be very hungry. Share: 1. To use, enjoy, or  experience in concert with another. 2. Part or portion of a whole.
Tall: 1. The height of someone or something

6.  Arnaud doesn't want to  the secrets of stealth technology
with David.

7.  Damien is very  , he's even contacted pilots that
flew in World War II.

8.  Everyone has  to do. One of yours is to create a
dossier on a subject that interests you.

9. It is hard for me to say how  I am. In the States I was measured in feet and inches. In France, we use the metric system.

10.  Boy, am I : when do we eat?


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