This article is about how to improve your vocabulary and learn new words. 1. Read, read, and read. The more you read -- especially novels and literary works, but also magazines and newspapers -- the more words you'll be exposed to. As you read and uncover new words, use a combination of attem..
Dear Students, TOEFL Listening is considered to be one of the hardest part of the TOEFL test. In the listening section, you have to listen to lectures in a wide range of fields, from astrology to archaeology, with vocabulary that may have never reached your ears once before. In this post, we will..
Generally we can see a lot of problems with capital letters in English language. Hopefully this elaborate list will be helpful for your further studies: 1. Use a capital letter for the personal pronoun 'I': • &nb..
When preparing for TOEFL exam, there are few strategies that we use in order to enhance our performance and they are basically very simple. Below we will go through some of them: 1: Understand the question and find out what exactly the question wants from you and only answer the question, not ..
When preparing for TOEFL exam, there are few strategies that we use in order to enhance our performance and they are basically very simple. Below we will go through some of them: 1: When it comes to the reading section of TOEFL exam, the most important strategy is to pay attention to headlines..
SPEAKING SKILLS If you study individual English words in isolation, this is what happens: When you need to speak, you have to think a lot in order to combine the individual words in the right order, using the right grammar, and in a way that makes sense. That’s WAY too much work..
For each reading passage, you have exactly 20 minutes, which for a lot of people is just barely enough to finish the test and maybe check their answers. For other people, fifteen minutes might be enough. If you’re in the latter group, then stop cheating yourself and start using that extra..
Have you started studying for TOEFL yet? Have you already taken TOEFL? Are you NEVER going to take TOEFL? Actually, your answer doesn’t matter. You’re learning English, so you already know that you need to remember new words. But have you ever learned a new word, and then forgot..