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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amazement
 
 
(1)
n.  E.g. My daughter and I looked at each other in amazement, and with beaming smiles threw our arms around each other.
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tree with 10 - 40 meters tall; hard, dark brown wood of any of these trees
rounded rock lying on surface of ground or embedded in soil
thrift; prudent economy; sparing use
wonder; state of extreme surprise or wonder; astonishment
strong inclination; definite liking
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commerce
 
 
(2)
n.  E.g. The underlying objective is to make international commerce easier and cheaper and to boost incomes around the world.
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representation of common ground between two things; extend over and cover a part of
small instrument with four strings, played with a bow; a fiddle
state of being public; information to attract public notice
submersible warship; move forward or under in a sliding motion; underwater
trade; business; intellectual exchange or social interaction
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desalination
 
 
(3)
n.  E.g. Canadian Clear Water has designed the most economical and efficient sea water desalination plants.
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distinctive taste; quality produced by the sensation of taste
removal of salt; process of removing salt from sea water in order to make drinking water
unreal reflection; optical illusion
state of being confined; restraint within limits; any restraint of liberty by force
someone who takes spoils or plunder; one who despoils or strips by force; plunderer
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distance
 
 
(4)
n.  E.g. Yes, that's about the right distance, but then I wonder what Latitude or Longitude I've got to?.
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something that discourages; tending to deter
wetness caused by water
space between two objects; length of a line, especially the shortest line joining two points or things that are separate
waste matter that contaminates the water or air or soil
something happens without design; chance; hazard; risk; danger
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fumigate
 
 
(5)
v.  E.g. The grower should sample for nematodes the year prior to planting and then decide whether or not to fumigate.
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ascribe a particular fact or characteristic to; consider; suppose
slip; move usually in an uncontrolled manner; move smoothly along a surface
move suddenly and rapidly
stop; impede; shut out from view
treat with fumes; apply smoke to; expose to smoke or vapor, especially to disinfect or eradicate pests
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isolation
 
 
(6)
n.  E.g. They're tired of living in political isolation with increasingly difficult economic conditions.
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substance believed to cure all ills
something that propels or drives forward
residue; something not used up
someone who explores an area for mineral deposits
separation; detachment; quality or condition of being isolated
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mercantile
 
 
(7)
a.  E.g. The ultimate purpose of mercantile policy was to enhance national strength, provide self-sufficiency, and pay for military power.
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trading; commercial; of or relating to trade or traders
special; characteristic; unusual; odd; bizarre
being in agreement with itself; coherent; regular
having many small waves; rough with small waves
showing deference; respectful and considerate
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overtire
 
 
(8)
v.  E.g. To walk at a pace that does not overtire you.
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tire excessively; fatigue to exhaustion
teach; make aware of
bring about; arouse; inspire; activate
stress; underscore; utter or pronounce with a particular stress of voice
stand for; describe or present; play a role or part
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replace
 
 
(9)
v.  E.g. The government said last week it would introduce legislation to take the death penalty off the statute books and replace it with life in prison.
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renovate; make new or as if new again; restore
substitute; put in the place of another; switch seemingly equivalent items
state clearly; make known formally or officially
mark with spots or lines, which are often colored; add notes to
vaporize; disappear; change into a vapor
Don't select.
riot
 
 
(10)
n.  E.g. She said her main fear was that she would become the focus for a riot once people knew that she was in the prison.
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subsidy; transaction that provides funds for a business
state of disorder involving group violence; rebellion
complex of fibers that twisted together to form a cable, rope, thread; land bordering a body of water; single filament
scarcity; lack or shortage, especially of something essential to health
sudden feeling of sickness or faintness; sudden attack of illness
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submerge
 
 
(11)
v.  E.g. At 17.5 feet, waters begin to submerge Harriet Island Park across the river from downtown.
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steer; direct; follow a planned course on, across, or through
slide; move in a smooth, effortless manner
show clearly and deliberately; manifest; confirm; prove
swing; move back and forth or sideways; win approval or support for; convince
sink; immerse; put under water
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undertake
 
 
(12)
v.  E.g. Can we expect mini robots to undertake major tasks?
Select answer:
step on; mate with; place the foot
weigh more heavily; exceed in weight, value, or importance; surpass; throw off balance
represent something in a dramatic manner; add details to
unearth; dig out; make a hole in; hollow out
take on; embark on; assume
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