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Essential words for the TOEFL. Lesson 9 by: Ruwaidah. accurate. He was able to make accurate observations with the new telescope. accurate. classify. Biologists classify animals into many groups. classify. currency. The Japanese currency is gaining strength against the dollar.

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Essential words for the toefl

Essential words for the TOEFL

Lesson 9 by: Ruwaidah


Accurate
accurate

  • He was able to make accurate observations with the new telescope.



Classify
classify

  • Biologists classify animals into many groups.



Currency
currency

  • The Japanese currency is gaining strength against the dollar.



deep

  • Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world.

  • The depth of her understanding of math is remarkable.



Dense
dense

  • The car accident was caused by the dense fog.

  • Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities in the world.



dim

  • The stars dimly lit the evening sky.

  • The light was too dim for studying.



Exports
exports

  • China is the largest exporter of the World.

  • Coffee is one of Brazil's main exports.



Gigantic
gigantic

  • Living things come in all sizes. The smallest are so tiny that you can’t see without a microscope, but the biggest are gigantic –such as blue whales , which can be as long as 16 men lying.



Impressive
impressive

  • Everyone left with a good impression of the play.



Install
install

  • The software we needed was already installed onto the computer.

  • He was installed as the crown princetwo months ago.



Lasting
lasting

  • The introduction of robots will have a lasting effect on industry.



Straightforward
straightforward

  • The teacher’s instructions were straightforward.

  • His straightforward mannerin business dealing captured his friends’ admiration.



Treasury
treasury

  • The treasury of a country is the department responsible for the country's economy.

  • There is a lot of treasure under the sea.



Uniform
uniform

  • The grades on the test were uniformly poor.

  • Bread has a uniform texture.



Vibrant
vibrant

  • His vibrant personality made him well liked by everyone.



Depend on
depend on

  • His dependency on alcohol destroyed his marriage.



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