TOEIC 450–590 Points/
400-590 – Basic 3

400-590 – Basic 3

Total: 20 words

secretary

noun

a person tasked to handle records, letters, etc. for another person or for the entire organization

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further

adjective

additional; more in quantity or distance

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guess

verb

to try and give an answer or opinion in hopes that it is correct

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instead

adverb

in place of someone or something else

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role

noun

a function or part performed especially in a particular operation or process

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detail

noun

a small, often less important, item, part, feature, fact, or piece of information about something

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express

verb

to show or convey feelings through words or actions

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force

verb

to cause something or someone to behave in a way that's difficult or against their desires

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aware

adjective

having or showing realization, perception, or knowledge

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introduce

verb

to make someone or something known to something or someone else, often by name or other personal or distinct details

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base

noun

the main place or center of operations, organization, production, supply, etc.

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intend

verb

to have a plan, result or purpose in your mind when you do something

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propose

verb

to suggest or put forward for consideration or discussion

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law

noun

the rules, either collectively or individually, enforced by an authority and which everyone in a country or community must obey

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protect

verb

to keep from being harmed, injured, lost, damaged, etc.

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ahead

adverb

before, earlier, or in advance

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ahead

adverb

in front; further forward in space, time, position, rank, progress, etc.

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value

noun

the usefulness, worth, utility, or importance of someone or something, which may or may not be equated to monetary worth

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agent

noun

someone who does business for another

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sense

noun

an understanding about something or the ability to mentally or physically perceive, judge, or feel the world

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