The Word “Ability”

(Functional TOEFL Vocabulary)

 

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“Ability” – (uh-BIH-lə-dee / ə(ʌ).ˈbɪ.lə.ɾiː) | [abstract noun]…

Definition:  “The quality or state of being able;  The capacity to do or be (something);  The capacity of doing something;  Having the necessary Power/Skills/Capacity to Do and/or Be something.”

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The TOEFL iBT Exam is designed to test one’s Ability to function in a University-type setting.”
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Why Is This “Functional” Vocabulary?

(And What Is “Functional Vocabulary” Anyway?)

The Word “Ability” is a Word which may or may not be in The Instructions, one of The Questions, or one of The Reading Passages or Audio Files in The TOEFL Exam.

However — since The TOEFL Exam tests one’s “Ability” to function in a university-type setting — and this word is also used to say as much in all the text-books & Preparation Materials FOR The TOEFL Exam — then this definitely qualifies the word:  “Ability” to be what we refer to as:  “Functional TOEFL Vocabulary”.

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Notice!
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Learn The Pronunciation Of The Word “Ability”

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“Ability” – (uh-BIH-lə-dee / ə(ʌ).ˈbɪ.lə.ɾiː)

(Go To The “Ability” Page On The GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! Pronunciation Portal)

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Remember!
  —  If there are any words or phrases in these posts that you do not know – then look them up!  Although you do not need to waste time memorizing long lists of Vocabulary before taking The TOEFL Exam — it is always a good idea to look-up words that you do not know.  Even if you think you know them — you may be surprised!  So, if you see a word that you think that you “know” but can’t actually define or explain…  Then Look It Up!  I suggest Wikitionary.com.  And If You Have Any Questions — Just Ask!  😉
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