Tracks in Book Order. Taking TOEFL iBT Practice Tests on Your Computer. On the Navigation screen, choose either TOEFL iBT Practice Test 1 or TOEFL iBT. This is the ultimate TOEFL iBT resource -- a guide that can help both beginning and This + page eBook covers all aspects of your TOEFL iBT preparation. It : Don't think of this as a textbook. The Basics · Free TOEFL Practice Test · [ eBook] TOEFL Writing Tips · Free TOEFL Practice PDF · [eBook] Guide to the TOEFL. In this page PDF, you'll find practice questions for every section of the exam, Use this after you've read the Guide to the TOEFL iBT. a firm grasp on English, and want to boost your speaking score, this book is for you!.
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Overall, this is a great choice for TOEFL preparation, although test-takers are well advised to supplement the guide with other study aids that contain additional model exams. If you are a Premium Magoosh student and would like more personalized service from our instructors, you can use the Help tab on the Magoosh dashboard. If you need even more help with your essays, this book is for you. Skip to main content. It may be strange, but this is not necessarily the case for some of the other major TOEFL prep books.
This is an old favorite of mine. Cambridge has two major advantages: In the book itself, there are hundreds of pages of skill-building materials. Take, for example, the process of writing a full essay paragraph.
First, you need a main point.
Cambridge has an exercise for that. Then, you need an explanation of that point, preferably with specific details. Cambridge has an exercise for that, too. Then, you need a transition into another detail. There are two clear flaws, though: Some practice material is too difficult, and not well written.
In order to use half of the skill-building, you need to buy the set of 8 CDs. The biggest problem is that there are no answers in the book—you have to buy a separate answer book for that. This book is really an amazing tool for you to encounter detailed questions in the listening section.
The practice tests require you to listening carefully and pay attention to detail. Hardly could people choose the right answer without grasping the whole passages.
This kind of question is the most difficult one in listening, so people who have mastered other types should work on this book to complete all of the skills. Longman Preparation has a lot of material.
Each chapter breaks up the individual question types, such as vocabulary questions in the reading or task four in the speaking, and gives many examples of each.
As the book goes through those individual question types, it gives advice for each question and provides many test-like exercises. Although not a substitute for a full-fledged TOEFL test manual, working with this handy guide will help you familiarize yourself with target words that are particularly common on the TOEFL exam.
The words are organized into eight categories Nature, Science, Mind and Body, etc. Each subcategory is organized as its own lesson.
Lessons start off with 10 target words, followed by definitions, samples, and TOEFL prep exercises that require readers to correctly apply these target words. Simple, yet effective!
In sum, this is a very clever, effective, and thought-provoking manual. Designed for the most thorough of students, this guide and its new MP3 CD- ROM offer together over 1, realistic practice exercises and explanations for listening, speaking, structure, reading, and writing.
Both contain answer evaluations and can be scored. Mainly because of the amount of questions and answers, this is a good tool to supplement and boost your studies.
A comparison between what it offers versus the investment required will clearly show how significative it is for non native speakers. Wanted a book to give me sample questions to refresh what type of questions I see on the test. After using this book for two weeks, listening section score went up 10 points.
Speaking section went up 6 points. This book comes with answers to all multiple choice questions and explanations for all answers. The answer key and CDs were all very easy to use.
Moreover, in speaking part, It is really hard for me to talk fluently in English. I have the proper variety of vocabularies, and I know the English structure but, during I am speaking, I made lots of mistakes, grammatically. Another fact is that when I am talking in English my brain frozen up abruptly. I highly recommend that you explore our blog for listening and speaking strategies that can help you to master the test.
Make sure that you understand the strategies for answering each question inside and out!
It also sounds like you need more practice with both listening and speaking, so why not practice both at the same time? The more you practice, the more confident you will be, and the less you will freeze up or forget how to answer. After listening to a presentation in English or reading an article from an English news site, summarize it out loud or in your head.
Try to speak out loud or in your head for a full minute about what you read or heard. If you are speaking out loud, record what you say, then listen to it and try it again with even better pronunciation and with more details the second time. Try to mimic the pronunciation of the speaker, if you are summarizing a presentation. What feels natural to you will not be correct pronunciation, unless you have years of experience surrounded by native speakers.
You have to sound strange and unnatural to change your accent. Try constantly to sound like the native speakers you hear. And you can go beyond just summarizing! When reading or listening to a presentation, pause often to give your reaction and opinion on the material. Act like you are having a conversation with the author or speaker, although you are not really talking to them.
If you want to reach this score, you should focus on improving your general English ability, immerse yourself in English as much as possible, and ensure that you understand all of the strategies necessary for success on the TOEFL. I recommend that you start by reading some of the following blog posts: And finally, if you are looking for some extra help as you prepare for the TOEFL, I encourage you to check out the Magoosh Premium TOEFL program, a comprehensive web-based program that includes video lessons, practice questions and support from our team of tutors.
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