The Word “Campus”

(Functional TOEFL Vocabulary)


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“Campus” – (/KæM-pihs/ – /ˈkæm.pə(ɪ)s/) [abstract & concrete noun]…

Definition:  “The grounds, buildings, facilities, of a college, university, and/or institue of education.”

“In the Speaking Section of The TOEFL iBT Exam, the test-taker will be required to listen to, read, respond to, and report about various campus-type situations…”

Why Is This “Functional” Vocabulary?

(And What Is “Functional Vocabulary” Anyway?)

From the description and example sentence above, it should not be difficult to comprehend why the word “Campus” is our next “Functional” TOEFL Vocabulary Word.

This is because — not only is it a word that must be known in-order-to prepare for The TOEFL Exam — but it is it is almost certain, that it will be used in one of the different Questions or Tasks on the exam as well.  That is why the word “Campus” is “Functional TOEFL Vocabulary”.

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  —  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

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