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..
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: Preparation Strategies Listen to spoken English from multiple sources as much as possible. Listen to Englis..
The lists of TOEFL Independent Writing topics below can help you gain a better understanding of the type of essay you could be asked to write on your exam. Rather than give you one long confusing list of topics, the essay topics have been divided into five categories. This is not an exhaustive list,..
Studying for the TOEFL exam can be scary, difficult, and confusing. Like thousands of other students around the world, you probably have so many questions: Where do I start? What do I need to know? How do I know when I'm ready? Which books do I use? How do I register? ..
The Reading section of the TOEFL measures your ability to read and understand passages in English. This is a critical skill because students in North American universities are expected to read (a lot!), and to understand, discuss, write about, paraphrase, and summarize the ideas they have read. T..