Vocabulary Study Online By Level (VSOBL) is an all-in-one tool to prepare English exam vocabulary (US$2/Month). It has built-in vocabularies: 6000 IELTS words, 6000 TOEFL words, 5000 GRE words, and 3000 SAT words. You can load them by level with one click.
sprawling a.spreading out over a large area in an untidy or irregular way
snake v.move or extend with the twisting motion
underrepresent v.provide with insufficient or inadequate representation
tenure n.the holding of an office
homage n.special honor or respect shown publicly
parody n.an imitation of the style of an artist or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect
magnitude n.the great size or extent of something
counteract v.reduce or remove the effect of something unwanted by producing an opposite effect
real-time n.the actual time during which a process or event occurs
respiratory a.relating to breathing or the organs of respiration
5000 TOEFL Vocabulary List
This TOEFL vocabulary list has 5000 words. It shows definitions and sample sentences for each word. Meanwhile, it offers word status management to help to study and review its words. Besides, each word has matching and spelling interactive online exercises and printable flashcards, and the PDF TOEFL word list.
5000 TOEFL vocabulary list is available for VIP accounts to access the full content. Free users may evaluate its content and feature by the 1st group.
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What we provide here isn't only a word list; it is integrated with modern information technology to let you learn and review TOEFL words more efficiently. For most test-takers, the proven TOEFL vocabulary can cover all test sections' requirements, from listening to reading.
We divide the words into 4 levels; each level consists of 4 groups. If you are interested in the words of all groups (1-16) of this 5000 TOEFL word list, watch them here.
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TOEFL Vocabulary PDF List
Some students like using PDF lists to learn and review words. We do offer a handy feature to make a PDF word list of each group. Below are demos of Level 1's first group, including 9 non-English explanations.
Flashcards are useful tools for some students to study new words. We offer two buttons to make one-side and two-side cards for each group. Below are one-side cards for Level 1's first group, including 9 non-English explanations.
To speed up your studying, you can manage words by marking them as New, Known, and Review status. There are two ways: Note page or Panel page to manage words' statuses. You can also save statuses to the cloud and sync back if your device has trouble or want to switch to other devices.
Word status is a handy flag to skip known words and focus on new and half-familiar words.
Words of Group 1: (Part of words, select list to view all.)
6 Demonstrate word list style:
adventurous a. valiant; venturesome; inclined or willing to incur hazard or engage in adventures Tom's younger brother Sid was already through with his part of the work, for he was a quiet boy and had no adventurous, troublesome ways. Show examples and contexts
advocate v. speak, plead, or argue in favor of; plead for; push for something Some doctors advocate a smoking ban in the entire house. Show examples and contexts
affected a. speaking or behaving in an artificial way; emotionally stirred or moved; infected or attacked The other boys laughed so unmercifully at what they termed my affected accent. Show examples and contexts
aggravate v. worsen; make worse or more troublesome Ridiculous, offensive comments like this do nothing but aggravate the situation. Show examples and contexts
ailment n. sickness;a slight but often persistent illness And the number closely matches a finding of an earlier international study that estimated some 10.1 percent of people globally suffer from the ailment. Show examples and contexts
alert n. the warning serves; alarm; condition of heightened watchfulness or preparation for action And although the main ports are on alert, Nigeria, in particular, has many small river ports in the Cross River and Niger deltas. Show examples and contexts