The word “Facilitate”, and it’s various transformations is the next in the series of “Unique Word Transformation” TOEFL Vocabulary — (Vocabulary Words that have many different word-forms, that one taking The TOEFL Exam should know — and which would be beneficial to one’s own vocabulary to use — both in The Exam, and in every-day life).
It is possible that the word “Facilitate” will be on the exam, or in one of the questions — but if it does appear in the exam, and is not one of the vocabulary questions — then it will be assumed that the test-taker will already know this word (and its transformations).
If, however — it DOES appear as one of the vocabulary questions, it will be presented in a way that one should be able to determine its meaning through the context in-which it is presented. (But — since you are reading this post now — you will not have to worry, because you will already know all about this word, and its different transformations.) 😎
Referring To The Place:
Referring To Ability:
Referring To Some “Tool”:
Another common usage — however — is in the Concrete Noun form, to refer to either the physical tools (computers / headphones / microphones / etc.) that one needs to do something, or the place in-which something is done.
*”Doing (One’s) Business” is a humorous colloquial idiom use to refer to what a person does IN “the facilities” 😀
Besides being the plural version of the word “Facility” it is also very common (at least in American English) that this word is used as a more “formal” way of referring to…
There you go. I hope that this post will you to have the to be confident when going to the testing on exam-day. Just remember to ask the for help if you are having any difficulties with any of the (like the computer/microphone/headphones/etc..)… And don’t forget to use before you start the exam.
Have An Excellent Day!
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