TOEFL Vocabulary Test by Dynamic SheetsNew test sheet  
Vocabulary is an essential asset in English skills. TOEFL test takers have to build a strong vocabulary in preparation; otherwise, they have no chance to get a good score in the examination. In the TOEFL test, there is no exclusive section to test your vocabulary level. However, all test sections: reading, writing, listening, and speaking, are actually testing vocabulary skills in separate ways. As in all language tests, without good vocabulary, skill cannot have a good mark.

TOEFL is for non-native English speakers who are planning to apply for universities or other academic purposes in the USA, Canada, and other English countries. For most of EFL (English as a Foreign Language) students, English vocabulary is a shortcoming in nature; and as an academic-oriented test TOEFL vocabulary is quite large. If you want to have a high score in the test, normally, your vocabulary should be as large as 10000 or more.

Many TOEFL test takers spend lots of time on building a strong and test-friendly vocabulary. They may have various English vocabulary bases and different TOEFL score expectations. No matter what contents, methods, or tools they use to build TOEFL vocabulary, knowing actual vocabulary level and progress is the prerequisite to schedule plan and adjust pace.

This app, TOEFL vocabulary test online, whose basic functionality is to make TOEFL vocabulary test sheets in random, exactly does it for you. It has a built-in middle-level words list to power online test. Besides, as many other similar online practice tools, it also includes some auxiliary features, for example, save test results and compare with historical data, or even compare with others' test results to improve performance.
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n.  E.g. There is a barrage of acid comments in today's newspapers.
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sour; water-soluble compounds having a sour taste; quality of being sarcastic, bitter, or scornful
scene; site; place where something is or could be located
state of misfortune, hardship, or affliction; misfortune
road or path affording passage; line or route along which something moves
tact; politics; negotiation between nations
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n.  E.g. Marching down the road, the troops sang out, following the cadence set by the sergeant.
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separation; detachment; quality or condition of being isolated
small portable battery-powered electric lamp
vocabulary that is for a specific group of people
rhythmic rise and fall of words or sounds; beat
skillfulness in command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity; expertise
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a.  E.g. A good programmer makes her code look so simple and comprehensible that any other programmer can understand it and appreciate it.
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shining; emitting light, especially emitting self-generated light
without any clear results or proof
rounded like an egg; in a shape reminding of an ellipse; oval
understandable; readily comprehended or understood; intelligible
usually; under normal circumstances, normally
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n.  E.g. I have forwarded it to the dietetics program I attended at my university as it would be beneficial for the nutrition students to review it.
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state of being present; current existence
study of nutrition as it relates to health
reproduction of a written record as a legal or school record
status of being a champion; position or title of a winner
subject of conversation or discussion; topic; essay
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v.  E.g. You grope for your next handhold or foothold as you slowly make your way to the top.
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set apart; distinguish; perceive or show difference in or between
stress; underscore; utter or pronounce with a particular stress of voice
release from military service or remove from the active list of military service
stir to anger; give rise to; stir to action or feeling
search blindly or uncertainly; reach about uncertainly; feel one's way
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a.  E.g. I read, discuss in incessant phone conferences and attempt to bring to the world media some of the world' s biggest humanitarian crises.
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varied; miscellaneous
robust; strong; substantially made or constructed
speaking or behaving in artificial way; emotionally stirred or moved; infected or attacked
theoretical; not concrete; not applied or practical; difficult to understand
uninterrupted; unceasing; continuing without interruption
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n.  E.g. Roosevelt defeated Hoover in a landslide.
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trees having usually narrow leaves
someone who is not a clergyman or a professional person; generally ignorant person
toothed machine part, such as a wheel or cylinder, to transmit motion or to change speed or direction
slide of a large mass of dirt and rock down a mountain or cliff; overwhelming electoral victory
sour; water-soluble compounds having a sour taste; quality of being sarcastic, bitter, or scornful
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v.  E.g. These boys polish their piano techniques for years.
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work or act together toward a common end or purpose
supply land with water artificially; clean a wound with a fluid
set apart; distinguish; perceive or show difference in or between
remove flaws from; perfect or complete
revoke; call off; omit or delete
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n.  E.g. I suggest that you wait until the store places the remnant of that big fish on sale.
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traditional beliefs, myths, tales, and practices of a people, transmitted orally
time of animals sleep through the winter
terrestrial plant-eating insect; young student in initial stages of training
remainder; small part or portion that remains after the main part no longer exists
sacrificing; giving up; state of having rejected your religious beliefs
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n.  E.g. The ploy of finding a scapegoat is as old as mankind itself - when things become too difficult at home, divert attention to adventure abroad.
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something, such as the fear of punishment or the expectation of reward
union of interests, purposes, or sympathies among members of a group; accord
watchfulness; wakefulness; process of paying close and continuous attention
someone who bears the blame for others
unusual largeness in size or extent
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n.  E.g. Some people find retiring difficult; but he has taken it all in his stride.
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youth; adolescent; not fully grown or developed
step; pace; significant progress
something given or received as payment as for a service or loss or injury
skill; gift; marked innate ability, as for artistic accomplishment
relatively large rodents with sharp erectile bristles mingled with the fur
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v.  E.g. It was to twist it up into a sort of knot, and then keep tight hold of its right ear and left foot, so as to prevent its undoing itself.
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remove water from; dry out; lose water or bodily fluids
support or prop up with or as if with a long narrow pillow or cushion
turn in the opposite direction; form into a spiral shape
start; initiate; induct into office by formal ceremony
weaken by wearing away base or foundation; injure or impair; dig a mine or tunnel beneath
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