Incomplete sentences are an important part of the
TOEIC test. A sentence contains a complete
expression or thought stated in a meaningful
manner. However, in an incomplete sentence, an
essential part of the sentence is missing, which
makes it difficult to understand the meaning. In
the TOEIC test, you will be required to select the
correct answer from 4 options in order to complete
the sentences. The Incomplete Sentences are in the
Reading part of the TOEIC test.
When finding the correct answer to fill the
incomplete sentences in the TOEIC test, you will
have to consider the correct grammar of the
sentences. Identify the subject, verb and object
of the sentences, think of the grammar rules such
as singular and plural, countable and uncountable
words, adjectives and adverbs. There are many
free Incomplete Sentences style tests in this
website that you can attempt within 5 to 10
minutes before taking the actual TOEIC test.
over 3,000 TOEIC questions for you to practice.
Try to do at least 10 TOEIC online tests per day.
If you don't get the total score of 100%, do the same test
few days later. It's not rocket science,
practice makes you perfect.