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電子書籍TOEIC800第四章英英逆引き問題(26)~(50)

2017年04月25日 | TOEIC800
 TOEICで時間が足りなくなる悩みは、英語を英語のまま理解する英英思考力を養成することで大幅に解消できます。TOEIC問題集を英英辞典片手に解くのはきわめて有効で、試験会場に英英辞典の持ち込みはできないとはいえ英英辞典を使いこなす英英思考力はフリーパスです。 以下は電子書籍新形式対応TOEIC800
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(定価300円でキンドル端末がなくてもパソコンにダウンロードできます)第四章(26)~(50)の英英逆引き問題です。誰でも知ってるレベルの単語が並ぶとはいえ、素早く正確に解けるようになるとパワーもスピードも大幅にアップし、特にTOEICスコア500~600台の学習者の間で顕著なスコアアップが見られました。

(26)
①something that people do often
②the number of people living in a particular area
③a spoken or written description of an event or situation
④the process of making or growing goods in large quantities
(A)report(Ex: Sales *reports are important to your company's business success.)
(B)production(Ex: The traditional example of mass *production is the automobile industry.)
(C)practice(Ex: It is common *practice for office colleagues to have a drink after a long day's work before going home.)
(D)population(Ex: The aging and declining *population may slow economic growth.)






※(26)①(C)②(D)③(A)④(B)
(27)
①pleased because you have got what you wanted or needed
②successful, and producing a result that is wanted
③acceptable or right for a particular purpose
④easy to recognize or understand
(A)obvious(Ex: The economy hasn't shown *obvious signs of improvement.)
(B)suitable(Ex: You must be able to explain why you are *suitable for the job.)
(C)effective(Ex: This blog's objective is to give you some tips on creating *effective advertisements.)
(D)satisfied(Ex:The best way to find out whether your customers are *satisfied is to ask them. )








※(27)①(D)②(C)③(B)④(A)
(28)
①to persuade someone to do something
②to move someone or something from one place to another
③to make arrangements to use or do something at a particular time in the future
④to get something by buying it or being given it
(A)convince(Ex: Today I will share some important tips on how to *convince your customers to buy your products.)
(B)acquire(Ex: Jim Beam stock jumped 26% on news that it would be *acquired by Japan's Suntory.)
(C)book(Ex: Some restaurants allow you to *book online.)
(D)transfer(Ex: He was *transferred to a different department.)








※(28)①(A)②(D)③(C)④(B)
(29)
①to say what something or someone is like
②to make a liquid or other substance flow from a container
③to try to find someone or something by looking carefully
④to make arrangements for an activity or event
(A)pour(Ex: Which do you *pour first? The milk or the cereal?)
(B)describe(Ex: Please *describe your educational background.)
(C)organize(Ex: The International Olympic Committee was established in 1894 to *organize the Olympic Games.)
(D)search(Ex: People around the world are *searching for answers online.)








※(29)①(B)②(A)③(D)④(C)
(30)
①to discuss something formally in order to reach an agreement
②to express your opposition to something
③to create something that is intended to exist for a long time
④to delay the date or time of a planned event
(A)postpone(Ex: You can *postpone some repairs until the next routine maintenance if you are willing to put up with some inconvenience until then.)
(B)object(Ex: The local population *objected to the planned construction of a nuclear power plant.)
(C)establish(Ex: Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States, being *established in 1636.)
(D)negotiate(Ex: Can I *negotiate a price for a used car?)






※(30)①(D)②(B)③(C)④(A)
(31)
①something that causes or influences a result
②an idea or plan that you offer for someone to think about
③the experiences, knowledge, education, etc. that someone has had
④the person who has the highest position in a company or organization
(A)suggestion(Ex: We welcome your ideas and *suggestions for improving our products and services.)
(B)president(Ex: In small companies, the *president is typically the owner of the business.)
(C)factor(Ex: Traders are always trying to understand the *factors that cause the market to rise and fall.)
(D)background(Ex: The workplace brings together people of many different *backgrounds.)






※(31)①(C)②(A)③(D)④(B)
(32)
①to be the cause of something
②to take part in an activity or event
③to have a particular situation happen to you
④to show that someone or something has a particular quality
(A)determine(Ex: There are many factors that *determine the price of gas.)
(B)experience(Ex: U.S. workers have *experienced a long-term decline in pay, benefits, and working conditions.)
(C)participate(Ex: To *participate in this workshop, you must apply in advance.)
(D)prove(Ex: YouTube has *proved to be very useful in marketing.)







※(32)①(A)②(C)③(B)④(D)
(33)
①a passage between rows of seats in a church, theater, plane, etc.
②the amount of something that is available to be used
③an amount of money that you earn for working
④an amount of money that you spend on something
(A)supply(Ex: When *supply is greater than demand, prices fall.)
(B)aisle(Ex: The more people fly, the more they prefer the *aisle seat.)
(C)expense(Ex:Keeping track of your *expenses is important, especially if you run your own business. )
(D)wage(Ex: In Japan, the minimum *wage depends on the industry and the region.)







※(33)①(B)②(A)③(D)④(C)
(34)
①to look at something carefully to find out more about it
②to deal with a document or request
③to be grateful for something
④to design or produce something for the first time
(A)process(Ex: All orders will be *processed within 3 business days.)
(B)appreciate(Ex: We *appreciate your interest in our products.)
(C)examine(Ex: This paper *examined the impact of globalization on developing countries.)
(D)invent(Ex: What are some things *invented by women that we still use?)








※(34)①(C)②(A)③(B)④(D)
(35)
①existing only in one place or situation
②happening or existing now
③to be useful, valuable or interesting enough to receive a particular action
④not joined to something else
(A)separate(Ex: Do you prefer a *separate dining room or a dining area within a larger space?)
(B)unique(Ex: This park has a *unique fountain system that requires no pumps.)
(C)current(Ex: Under *current law, Japanese citizens become adults at the age of 20. )
(D)worth(Ex: Is expensive clothing *worth the price?)








※(35)①(B)②(C)③(D)④(A)
(36)
①to search for someone or something
②to try to deal with a problem or task
③to tell someone another person's name for the first time when they meet
④to give something to someone in authority so that they can make a decision about it
(A)seek(Ex:We are *seeking an experienced manager with broad knowledge of online marketing. )
(B)submit(Ex:Those interested in applying are asked to *submit their résumé via email. )
(C)introduce(Ex: *Introducing the new staff member to the rest of the staff will help the person feel like they have joined a team.)
(D)address(Ex:There is still enough time to *address the problem of global warming if we act now. )





※(36)①(A)②(D)③(C)④(B)
(37)
①the official line that divides one country from another
②a way of dealing with a difficult problem
③an official document that has spaces where you write information
④something that you have to do because it is your responsibility
(A)duty(Ex: Employers have a *duty to keep workers safe.)
(B)form(Ex: Fill in the application *form in person.)
(C)solution(Ex: We have to come up with *solutions to the world's environmental problems.)
(D)border(Ex: Many new factories have been built across the *border in Mexico.)







※(37)①(D)②(C)③(B)④(A)
(38)
①to stay in the same state or condition
②to organize something and carry it out
③to cause two or more things to be together
④to give information to someone officially
(A)remain(Ex: The demand for computer programmers *remains high.)
(B)inform(Ex: Should the hotel *inform clients in advance of unavailable facilities?)
(C)conduct(Ex: A survey was *conducted to find out the best company to work at.)
(D)combine(Ex: Architects are among those who successfully *combine science and art. )








※(38)①(A)②(C)③(D)④(B)
(39)
①the money that you make from your business
②a set of questions that you ask a large number of people
③a particular way of doing something
④a written or spoken request asking someone to go somewhere or to do something
(A)survey(Ex: A recent *survey shows that the number of smokers is decreasing.)
(B)invitation(Ex: At the very latest, guests should receive wedding *invitations six weeks in advance.)
(C)profit(Ex: There can be disagreements about how to divide *profits.)
(D)method(Ex: Should the U.S. adopt a different *method of electing its President?)







※(39)①(C)②(A)③(D)④(B)
(40)
①to recognize a difference between people or things
②to go a place or event with someone
③to think of or produce a new idea, product, etc.
④to provide someone food or drink, especially in a restaurant or bar
(A)serve(Ex:We *serve you good quality fish, chicken and vegetarian meals.)
(B)accompany(Ex: I have been invited by my senior manager to *accompany her on a business trip.)
(C)develop(Ex: It takes over a decade to *develop a new medicine. )
(D)distinguish(Ex:*Distinguishing between fact and opinion is important because people often present their opinions as fact.)






※(40)①(D)②(B)③(C)④(A)
(41)
①to think of someone or something as being good or important
②to put a large quantity of things into something such as a vehicle or container
③to take something away from a place
④to be on every side of someone or something
(A)load(Ex: *Loading and unloading materials, goods and products from trucks are daily activities in many businesses.)
(B)recognize(Ex: We are honored to be *recognized for our ongoing efforts to produce the highest quality products.)
(C)surround(Ex: A local building code requires that all factories must be *surrounded by a lawn.)
(D)remove(Ex: Google said it has begun to *remove personal data from its search engine.)





※(41)①(B)②(A)③(D)④(C)
(42)
①a substance that is used for treating illness
②the qualification that you get after completing a course of study at a university or college
③a part of land that is different from other parts in some way
④your feelings or ideas about someone or something
(A)degree(Ex: Getting hired as a programmer without a computer science *degree takes some work.)
(B)opinion(Ex: We welcome your honest *opinion about the product - positive or negative.)
(C)medicine(Ex: People are being warned about the dangers of buying *medicines over the Internet.)
(D)region(Ex: The *region attracts more than two million domestic and international visitors each year.)






※(42)①(C)②(A)③(D)④(B)
(43)
①to pay money to use something that belongs to someone else
②to produce something
③to do something in order to find out whether something is correct
④to show something for people to consider or judge
(A)generate(Ex: Tourism can *generate jobs directly through hotels, restaurants, and souvenir sales.)
(B)check(Ex: Word has several options for *checking your spelling.)
(C)present(Ex: Accountants often use PowerPoint to *present financial data.)
(D)rent(Ex: Thousands of people are signing up to *rent movies online every day.)






※(43)①(D)②(A)③(B)④(C)
(44)
①the place where someone is going
②the act of paying money for something
③the act of building something
④a personal opinion or way of thinking about something
(A)construction(Ex: The *construction industry is facing a serious shortage of skilled workers.)
(B)destination(Ex: London has topped Bangkok and Paris as the world's most popular *destination.)
(C)payment(Ex: If a *payment is due on a non-business day, we will make the withdrawal on the next business day.)
(D)view(Ex: The professor presented his *view of how EU-Japan trade relations should develop.)







※(44)①(B)②(C)③(A)④(D)
(45)
①to start something such as an organization, company, political party etc.
②to collect money from people for a particular purpose
③to keep something in good condition by checking and repairing it regularly
④to increase something as much as possible
(A)maintain(Ex: *Maintaining high quality control standards can help improve a company’s reputation.)
(B)raise(Ex:The hardest part in starting a business is figuring out how to *raise capital for your business. )
(C)found(Ex: Google was *founded by Ph.D. students at Stanford University.)
(D)maximize(Ex: Companies may take different approaches to *maximize profit or minimize loss.)






※(45)①(C)②(B)③(A)④(D)
(46)
①relating to the present time
②arranged so that there is an equal amount of time between events
③must be obeyed completely
④correct in every detail
(A)regular(Ex:*Regular staff meetings can serve to remind employees that there is more going on than their own issues. )
(B)modern(Ex: Does *modern technology impact the working environment?)
(C)accurate(Ex: Weather-sensitive industries like agriculture and energy rely on *accurate weather predictions.)
(D)strict(Ex:Rent must be paid in *strict accordance with the contract. )





※(46)①(B)②(A)③(D)④(C)
(47)
①to think carefully about someone or something
②to get something that you want, usually by effort
③to say that something will happen in the future
④to put something that is broken or damaged back into good condition
(A)predict(Ex: Why is it so difficult to *predict stock market trends?)
(B)repair(Ex: A vehicle that fails its safety inspection must be *repaired immediately.)
(C)obtain(Ex: All foreign workers must *obtain permission to work legally in the United States.)
(D)consider(Ex:When a business decides to hire a new employee, it must *consider the cost. )







※(47)①(D)②(C)③(A)④(B)
(48)
①to form an opinion about someone or something, especially after thinking carefully
②to show the image of someone or something on the surface of the mirror, glass, or water
③to send a letter, parcel, email etc to someone else at another address
④to choose someone for a job or position
(A)judge(Ex: Don't *judge others based on appearances.)
(B)appoint(Ex: The board of directors is *appointed to act on behalf of the shareholders to run the day to day affairs of the business.)
(C)reflect(Ex: If you are lucky, you might see an upside-down Mt. Fuji *reflected in the water of the hot spring.)
(D)forward(Ex:You can have your emails automatically *forwarded to another address. )




※(48)①(A)②(C)③(D)④(B)
(49)
①to think of someone or something in a particular way
②to pay attention to something
③to make things in large quantities to be sold
④to talk about something with someone in order to decide something
(A)produce(Ex: Dams *produce electrical energy by utilizing the energy of the water stored in an elevated lake.)
(B)discuss(Ex:Samsung and Apple's CEOs have finally agreed to meet to *discuss patents.)
(C)note(Ex: Please *note that we are not responsible for the accuracy nor content of any sites linked from our own site.)
(D)regard(Ex: Henry Ford is *regarded as the father of mass production.)






※(49)①(D)②(C)③(A)④(B)
(50)
①an action that is intended to achieve a particular aim
②a meeting in which someone asks you questions to find out whether you are suitable for a job or course
③someone who designs or builds roads, bridges, or machines etc.
④facts or signs which shows that something exists or is true
(A)engineer(Ex: He started writing novels while working as an *engineer.)
(B)interview(Ex: This article will provide practical tips on how to prepare for a job *interview.)
(C)measure(Ex:There are a number of fire prevention *measures that you could take. )
(D)evidence(Ex: All the *evidence suggests extreme weather is linked to global warming.)





※(50)①(C)②(B)③(A)④(D)

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