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COMPLEX SENTENCE: WORD ORDER

1. Capable of producing nothing more than __________, Barkley was forced to concede the point to Hume who went on to win the debate.

vacuous truly a point
truly a point vacuous
vacuous a truly point
a truly vacuous point


2. Out of the grave of the European Middle Ages _______ with its new ideas about the place of humanity in the cosmos.

coming the Renaissance
came the Renaissance
the Renaissance came
the Renaissance which came

Answers: D, B
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COMPLEX SENTENCE: WORD ORDER

4. Only after extreme territorial disputes usually involving females _______ to killing each other.

male chimpanzees resort
do male chimpanzees resort
male chimpanzees resorted
resorting are male chimpanzees


5. _______ constructed with concrete blocking experience the insect problems of termites and silverfish that wooden houses have.

Seldom houses
Houses seldom
Seldom do houses
Houses so seldom

Answers: B, C,

COMPLEX SENTENCE: WORD ORDER

8. In the fiscal year 1910, the __________ was 16 cents per pound before it was distributed to retail outlets.

tea value of average import
import average value of tea
average import value of tea
average value of import tea


9. Chestnut bark disease may be controlled by a efficient pruning system, though this method is impractical with __________.

large trees, Japanese ornamental
Japanese large ornamental trees
ornamental Japanese large trees
large Japanese ornamental trees


10. __________ the larger markets, soil stability must be achieved through changing technologies.

In the Eastern states closely adjacent to
Closely in the Eastern states, adjacent to
Adjacent closely in the Eastern states,
Adjacent in the closely Eastern states,

Answers: C, D, A

COMPLEX SENTENCE: WORD ORDER

6. __________ sort of winter means cold, stormy weather, a short daylight, and a scarcity of fruits, seeds, insects, and slugs that animals can consume.

Even an ordinary
Ordinary, an even
An ordinary, even
Ordinary even an

7. Besides the fact that it can walk, the crayfish has another __________, by swimming.

quite of means different locomotion
different means of quite locomotion
quite different means of locomotion
locomotion of means quite different

Answers: A, C,
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Toefl Exam Word List

ABANDON: To give up completely - abandoned the sinking ship.

Synonyms: relinquish, forgo, forsake

ABASH: To lose self-confidence; to confuse, put to shame abashed before the assembled dignitaries.

Synonyms: fluster, disconcert, discomfit, discompose

Antonym: (adj.) self-possessed

ABDICATE: To give up claim to - abdicated the throne

Synonyms: renounce, abandon, relinquish

ABET: To encourage -or support - treacherously abetted the enemy.

Synonyms: spur, incite

Antonym: deter

ABRIDGE: To shorten - abridged his lengthy speech.

Synonyms: curtail, diminish, retrench

Anthonyms: protract, elongate, amplify

ABROGATE: To abolish or render void - a treaty abrogated by mutual consent.

Synonyms: annul, nullify, rescind, void

ABSTEMIOUS: Moderate in the use of food or drink - abstemious in his habits.

Synonym: temperate

ACADEMIC: Pertaining to school; theoretical academic interests; an academic discussion, with no practical implications.

Synonym: scholastic

ACCEDE: To agree to -accede to a request.

Synonym: assent

Antonym: demur

ACCELERATE: - To quicken, speed tip - took an accelerated course in order to graduate early.

Synonym: expedite (adj. expeditious)

Antonym: retard

ACCOLADE: An award or salute - a tremendous accolade for a returning hero.

Synonyms: tribute, ovation

ACCORD: Agreement or harmony - in full accord with his view.

Synonyms: concord, concurrence

Antonyms:dissension, discord

ACRIMONIOUS: Sharp or harsh in language or temper - stung by the acrimonious remark.

Synonyms:caustic, acerb, pungent, tart, mordant, acrid; (noun) asperity

Antonyms:suave, affable

ACUMEN: Keenness of mind or insight - showing exceptional business acumen.

Synonymserspicacity, discernment, perception

Antonymbtuseness

ADMONISH (noun: ADMONITION): To warn or find fault gently - admonishing the unruly child.

Synonyms:chide, caution, reprimand, reprehend, reproach

ADVERSARY: (adj.: ADVERSE): An opponent - his adversary in a bitter debate.

Synonym:antagonist

Antonyms:cohort, confederate, ally, accomplice

ADVERSITY: Misfortune - calm in the face of adversity.

Synonyms:affliction, mischance, reverses

AESTHETIC: Pertaining to the beautiful - interested in aesthetic values rather than in purely practical affairs.

AFFABLE: Sociable, courteous, and agreeable in manner a much admired, affable gentleman.

Synonyms: civil, complaisant, benign, gracious, genial, urbane, cordial

Antonyms:curt, brusque, rude, boorish, surly

AFFLUENT: Prosperous, flourishing; copious - a large bequest from an affluent grandfather.

Synonymspulent, profuse

Antonyms:destitute, impecunious

AGGRESSIVE (noun: AGGRESSION. an unprovoked attack): self-assertive; attacking, offensive - annoyed people by his aggressive attitude;

Synonyms:bumptious, officious, obtrusive

Antonyms:meek, humble, retiring, diffident

ALACRITY: Eagerness; cheerful promptness - responded to the flattering offer with alacrity.

Synonyms:celerity, briskness, energy, animation

Antonyms:apathy, nonchalance, sluggishness, lethargy, phlegmatism

ALIENATE: To estrange - altenated by his gruff manner.

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