Test your TOEFL Vocabulary 1

Test your TOEFL Vocabulary 1

Addition, equation, and conclusion This exercise will help you to review more of the important words that we use to join ideas in an essay, a verbal presentation or sometimes in everyday speech. Choose the following words and expressions corresponding to each...
PRE-TOEFL Grammar Structures

PRE-TOEFL Grammar Structures

Grammar Structures This section is designed to measure your ability to recognize language that is appropriate for standard written English. Directions:Questions 1–7 are incomplete sentences. Beneath each sentence you will see four words or phrases, choose the one word...
Five Reasons to Take the TOEFL

Five Reasons to Take the TOEFL

Five Reasons to Take the TOEFL If you are interested in to continue your education at the university level by yurself or scholarship applying, one of the main requirements you will have to meet is the minimum English proficiency level. Beyond the standard application...
TOEFL Vocabulary Rules

TOEFL Vocabulary Rules

TOEFL VOCABULARY RULES We get a lot of questions about how to score well on the independent essay in terms of vocabulary. Vocabulary is hard, but there are four golden rules. Rule 1: Do Not Repeat Words You should not repeat words too many times.  I always say that...
eduTOEFL: Fundamental Writing Skills

eduTOEFL: Fundamental Writing Skills

Be sure you have developed fundamental writing skills before you progress to more targeted practice. Check to see if you can do the following: Learn the conventions of spelling, punctuation and paragraph creation. Study the organization of good paragraphs and essays....