100 TOEIC Preparation Tests

Index . 1

Advanced Level

1. Bearing Information . 7

2. Cinemas . 8

3. Cliches . 9

4. Mistaken Identity . 10

5. Speaking: At the Station . 11

6. Speaking: At the Supermarket . 12

7. Speaking: At the Theatre . 13

8. Speaking: The Broadcast . 14

9. What comes next (the bill) . 15

10. Accounts . 16

11. Advertising . 17

12. Agreements . 18

13. Applying for that Job . 19

14. Are You in Debt? . 20

15. At the Computer . 21

16. At the Office (1) . 22

17. At the Office (2) . 23

18. At the Shops . 24

19. Business . 25

20. Business Expressions (1) . 26

21. Business Expressions (2) . 27

22. Code of Practice . 28

23. Computers . 29

24. Credit Card Holders . 30

25. Employment and Training . 31

26. Finance . 32

27. Finance (1) . 33

28. Finance (2) . 34

29. Finance (3) . 35

30. Guarantees and Warranties . 36

31. How to agree . 37

32. How to apologize . 38

33. How to ask the way . 39

 

 

 

 

 

 

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34. How to complain . 40

35. How to criticize . 41

36. How to disagree . 42

37. How to encourage . 43

38. How to make exclamations . 44

39. Insurance Policy Vocabulary . 45

40. Internet Business (1) . 46

41. Internet Business (2) . 47

42. Interviews and Jobs . 48

43. Invoices . 49

44. Job Interview . 50

45. Legal Expressions . 51

46. Letter of Complaint (1) . 52

47. Letter of Complaint (2) . 53

48. Letter of Complaint (3) . 54

49. Letter of Complaint (4) . 55

50. Money . 56

51. Money Matters (1) . 57

52. Money Matters (2) . 58

53. Money Matters (3) . 59

54. Money Matters (4) . 60

55. Money Slang Expressions . 61

56. Online Marketing Campaign . 62

57. Pay and Allowances . 63

58. Planning a Business . 64

59. Product Improvement . 65

60. Quality Control . 66

61. Super Supermarkets . 67

62. Taxes . 68

63. Verbal Communication Skills . 69

64. Ways of commenting . 70

65. Ways of disagreeing . 71

66. Ways of disapproving . 72

67. Ways of greeting . 73

68. Ways of showing anger . 74

69. Ways of showing pleasure . 75

70. Ways of thanking . 76

71. Ways of threatening . 77

72. Working Well . 78

73. A good real estate rental market . 79

 

 

 

 

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74. A Quick History of Advertising . 80

75. Accountants . 81

76. Accounting Information Systems . 82

77. Agricultural Market Development . 83

78. Annual Report . 84

79. Asset Classes . 85

80. Auditing . 86

81. Auto Leasing . 87

82. Basic Electronics . 88

83. Basic Investment Types . 89

84. Budgeting . 90

85. Business Law . 91

86. Business Letter Basics . 92

87. Business Software Competitors . 93

88. Cellular Telephones . 94

89. Commercial Property . 95

90. Company Benefits . 96

91. Conference Advice . 97

92. Consumer Behaviour . 98

93. Contracts and agreements . 99

94. Corporate Taxation . 100

95. Detecting Competition . 101

96. Dotcom Retail Stores . 102

97. Electronic Commerce . 103

98. Email Do's and Don't's . 104

99. GAAP . 105

100. Internal Communications . 106

Answer Keys . 107

Advanced Level

1. Bearing Information . 108

2. Cinemas . 109

3. Cliches . 110

4. Mistaken Identity . 111

5. Speaking: At the Station . 112

6. Speaking: At the Supermarket . 113

7. Speaking: At the Theatre . 114

8. Speaking: The Broadcast . 115

9. What comes next (the bill) . 116

10. Accounts . 117

11. Advertising . 118

 

 

 

 

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12. Agreements . 119

13. Applying for that Job . 120

14. Are You in Debt? . 121

15. At the Computer . 122

16. At the Office (1) . 123

17. At the Office (2) . 124

18. At the Shops . 125

19. Business . 126

20. Business Expressions (1) . 127

21. Business Expressions (2) . 128

22. Code of Practice . 129

23. Computers . 130

24. Credit Card Holders . 131

25. Employment and Training . 132

26. Finance . 133

27. Finance (1) . 134

28. Finance (2) . 135

29. Finance (3) . 136

30. Guarantees and Warranties . 137

31. How to agree . 138

32. How to apologize . 139

33. How to ask the way . 140

34. How to complain . 141

35. How to criticize . 142

36. How to disagree . 143

37. How to encourage . 144

38. How to make exclamations . 145

39. Insurance Policy Vocabulary . 146

40. Internet Business (1) . 147

41. Internet Business (2) . 148

42. Interviews and Jobs . 149

43. Invoices . 150

44. Job Interview . 151

45. Legal Expressions . 152

46. Letter of Complaint (1) . 153

47. Letter of Complaint (2) . 154

48. Letter of Complaint (3) . 155

49. Letter of Complaint (4) . 156

50. Money . 157

51. Money Matters (1) . 158

 

 

 

 

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52. Money Matters (2) . 159

53. Money Matters (3) . 160

54. Money Matters (4) . 161

55. Money Slang Expressions . 162

56. Online Marketing Campaign . 163

57. Pay and Allowances . 164

58. Planning a Business . 165

59. Product Improvement . 166

60. Quality Control . 167

61. Super Supermarkets . 168

62. Taxes . 169

63. Verbal Communication Skills . 170

64. Ways of commenting . 171

65. Ways of disagreeing . 172

66. Ways of disapproving . 173

67. Ways of greeting . 174

68. Ways of showing anger . 175

69. Ways of showing pleasure . 176

70. Ways of thanking . 177

71. Ways of threatening . 178

72. Working Well . 179

73. A good real estate rental market . 180

74. A Quick History of Advertising . 181

75. Accountants . 182

76. Accounting Information Systems . 183

77. Agricultural Market Development . 184

78. Annual Report . 185

79. Asset Classes . 186

80. Auditing . 187

81. Auto Leasing . 188

82. Basic Electronics . 189

83. Basic Investment Types . 190

84. Budgeting . 191

85. Business Law . 192

86. Business Letter Basics . 193

87. Business Software Competitors . 194

88. Cellular Telephones . 195

89. Commercial Property . 196

90. Company Benefits . 197

91. Conference Advice . 198

 

 

 

 

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92. Consumer Behaviour . 199

93. Contracts and agreements . 200

94. Corporate Taxation . 201

95. Detecting Competition . 202

96. Dotcom Retail Stores . 203

97. Electronic Commerce . 204

98. Email Do's and Don't's . 205

99. GAAP . 206

100. Internal Communications . 207

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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witnessing the birth of new and unexpected competitors, and your early warning system may be faulty.
answer: (d) witnessing
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TOEIC tests / Incomplete Sentences / Advanced level # 96 (Answer Keys)
Dotcom Retail Stores

Questions Index
A1	Melissa Campanelli, a marketing and technology writer in Brooklyn, comments on the reasons for dotcoms to
open a physical store to extend their life spans.
answer: (c) spans
A2	In the traditional realm of business, you open a retail store first and then launch a website, but since the
dotcom revolution, many surviving dotcoms that skipped that first step are realizing the benefits of opening a
brick-and-mortar location.
answer: (a) brick-and-mortar
A3	Anyone that has a business plan with a goal of e-commerce needs to augment that business plan with a retail
reality.
answer: (a) augment
A4	"We realized very early that we could not exist purely as a dotcom," says Sal Perisano, of iParty Corp, "We
knew we needed some terrestrial link, some reality other than a virtual company, to bolster what we were
doing."
answer: (c) bolster
A5	Physical stores give your customers a more convenient way to return goods and try out products — two
options analysts say are sorely missing from Net stores.
answer: (c) sorely
A6	Owning a store offers a natural traffic flow into and out of the store, which allows an entrepreneur to gather
names and begin direct-to-consumer marketing programs.
answer: (d) traffic
A7	However, opening a retail store is an expensive proposition.
answer: (d) proposition
A8	For those of you who lack the funding needed to open a retail store right now, try renting a kiosk in a local
shopping mall.
answer: (c) kiosk
A9	If you do want to set up shop, you should do whatever you can to learn about launching and running a
traditional retail business before you do so.
answer: (c) shop
A10	Your best bet is to determine ahead of time whether a multichannel strategy is a good move for your dotcom.
answer: (a) bet
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TOEIC tests / Incomplete Sentences / Advanced level # 97 (Answer Keys)
Electronic Commerce

Questions Index
A1	This paper by Derek Miers received critical acclaim when it was published in 1996, and the issues highlighted
are just as relevant today.
answer: (a) acclaim
A2	Over recent years information technology has experienced an unprecedented degree of change, enabling the
transformation of the basic mechanisms of business.
answer: (d) mechanisms
A3	Within the next years we will see the emergence of secure, cost-effective electronic payment systems to
augment these technologies.
answer: (c) augment
A4	Those waiting for clear signs of this new age before acting will forever be destined to observe from the
sidelines.
answer: (d) sidelines
A5	The fundamental opportunity offered by the Internet is for suppliers to gain direct access to consumers without
the attendant costs associated with the maintenance of physical distribution channels-- people, bricks and
mortar.
answer: (c) mortar
A6	Markets and marketing concepts will change radically, driven by those companies who successfully rise to the
challenge.
answer: (b) rise to
A7	11th-century Europe saw the emergence of credit-based banking systems and financial instruments such as
bills of exchange, and these concepts remain with us, in their modified form, to this day.
answer: (c) to this day
A8	These basic concepts underpin all modern forms of commerce.
answer: (c) underpin
A9	The rise of the Internet since the advent of the World Wide Web has provided an easy-to-use communication
channel for businesses to contact current and potential customers.
answer: (a) advent
A10	The emergence of the Internet as a general communication channel has also given rise to the possibility of
widespread electronic commerce.
answer: (b) rise
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TOEIC tests / Incomplete Sentences / Advanced level # 98 (Answer Keys)
Email Do's and Don't's

Questions Index
A1	Joan Lloyd, of Joan Lloyd & Associates, writes that email is a medium of communication unparalleled for
sheer convenience.
answer: (d) unparalleled
A2	However, she warns that it also carries many pitfalls and even dangers in the office environment.
answer: (c) pitfalls
A3	Delivering a negative message is difficult, even when it is spoken face-to-face; defensiveness is almost
guaranteed when it's received by email.
answer: (b) defensiveness
A4	What's worse, email can be printed and saved: both parties will often haul out their "documentation" to prove
how the other party has wronged them.
answer: (d) wronged
A5	If you receive an email that ticks you off, and your first reaction is to counterattack, don't; close it and wait 24
hours before you respond.
answer: (d) ticks
A6	Because the tone and inflection are missing, it is more important to use friendly language, descriptive
adjectives and carefully chosen words.
answer: (a) inflection
A7	If you don't consider how it will sound on the other end and take steps to shape the delivery so the meaning is
understood, you could be doing damage control later.
answer: (c) damage
A8	When I get a sloppy email, with poor punctuation, misspelled words or in lower case letters, it tells me the
person just doesn't realize that what and how they write telegraphs their credibility to others.
answer: (c) telegraphs
A9	Email feels private, but it's anything but.
answer: (c) but
A10	Write every email for your boss's eyes: it's a great way to keep you honest and politically sensitive.
answer: (a) politically
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TOEIC tests / Incomplete Sentences / Advanced level # 99 (Answer Keys)
GAAP

Questions Index
A1	Generally Accepted Accounting Principles are a set of accounting standards approved by the professional
accounting industry.
answer: (a) standards
A2	GAAP are a combination of authoritative rules set by policy boards and the commonly accepted ways of
recording and reporting financial information.
answer: (a) authoritative
A3	They can become accepted either as a result of due process or as a result of long term practice.
answer: (d) process
A4	Accountants cannot express the opinion that financial statements are "in conformity with generally accepted
accounting principles" if such information includes any departures from these principles.
answer: (a) departures
A5	After the Stock Market Crash of 1929, the American Institute of Accountants introduced five broad principles of
accounting which have won fairly general acceptance.
answer: (c) Crash
A6	It is relatively unimportant to investors what reporting method is used by a company, so long as they are
assured that it is followed consistently every year.
answer: (b) consistently
A7	In 1934, the U.S. Congress created the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), giving it the authority to
prescribe the methods used in preparing financial statements.
answer: (d) Exchange
A8	In 1938, Congress permitted companies to use a new inventory method, lifo, for income tax purposes.
answer: (c) inventory
A9	In 1939, the AIA recommended the phrasing, "present fairly in conformity with generally accepted accounting
principles" in the standard form of the auditor's report.
answer: (a) auditor's
A10	The P & L monograph of 1940 promulgated the "matching principle", which places primary emphasis on the
correspondence of costs with the revenues that they produce.
answer: (d) matching
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TOEIC tests / Incomplete Sentences / Advanced level # 100 (Answer Keys)
Internal Communications

Questions Index
A1	According to the Government Communication Network (GCN), a plan for internal communications should be
integrated into every communication strategy.
answer: (b) integrated
A2	Winning the support of internal stakeholders can be as important as reaching key external audiences, and will
be vital to the success of your communication programme.
answer: (c) stakeholders
A3	Internal communications need exactly the same kind of analysis and strategy as external communications:
there will be distinct audience groups who should be segmented, and the same processes of information
collection and insight generation apply to internal as to external groups.
answer: (b) segmented
A4	Far from being the poor relative of external communication, internal communication performs a crucial role
within government.
answer: (c) relative
A5	By engaging staff with the departmental vision and values so that they can apply them in their day-to-day
work, it creates a culture that does two things: it improves policy delivery and it increases the chance of
meeting departmental objectives.
answer: (b) engaging
A6	Organisations that have a strong communications function frequently outperform those that don't; private
sector companies that communicate effectively have a 19.4 per cent higher market premium than companies
that do not.
answer: (a) outperform
A7	As with external communications, it is not enough to have a tactical approach; every department should have
an internal communications strategy that is developed, implemented and monitored according to industry best
practice and the needs of staff.
answer: (a) best
A8	Printed or online surveys might be your first port of call when it comes to understanding communication needs
within your department.
answer: (b) call
A9	Before selecting a research method, produce a brief that sets out clear objectives and explains what you are
trying to achieve.
answer: (a) brief
A10	You might also need to set up a different dialogue with each team within your department to take on board
cultural differences.
answer: (a) board
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