TOEFL Word List- Advanced

توضیح مختصر: It is time to step up your vocabulary list to prepare for the TOEFL iBT exam. Use these practice questions to help you build and expand your advanced level English vocabulary to score your best on the TOEFL.

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About the Advanced Level TOEFL Vocabulary Section

This convenient and mobile-friendly lesson contains fun and entertaining TOEFL vocabulary questions that will help you ace the test. Advanced level words can help you achieve your goals for the TOEFL. You will feel confident in your English when you are able to use just the right word at just the right time on the speaking or writing section of the TOEFL.

You are required to use a wide variety of English words on the TOEFL, in many different situations. You will hear difficult vocabulary words in a professor’s lecture, and a conversation between students. In this situation you must rely on your instincts to help you confirm which word you have heard and what it means in that context. You might not get another chance to hear that word! In reading, you will be able to read and reread difficult words, with substantial context to help you decode the meaning. In the speaking and writing sections, you will have to actually use the word in a sentence. With all of these ways that you need to use vocabulary words on the TOEFL, you can see why it is so important to spend time studying those words!

About the TOEFL Vocabulary Words

The TOEFL requires students to have a firm understanding of thousands of words in the English language. Keep in mind that for maximum retention of the words, it is important to go back and review those new words at regular intervals. Nothing is more frustrating than learning a word on Monday but forgetting it by Friday!

Here is a survey of words you may encounter while studying advanced level TOEFL words. Are you comfortable with each of these words in reading, writing, listening, and speaking?

  • Denotation
  • Auspicious
  • Chastened
  • Conundrum
  • Cornucopia
  • Elegy
  • Deduced
  • Panacea
  • Innumerable
  • Rudimentary
  • Insatiable
  • Paucity
  • Apex
  • Insidious
  • Deleterious
  • Query
  • Equivocal
  • Veracity