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Proving your ability to read, speak, write, and understand the English language can be tough, but you are well on your way by taking the TOEFL test. Find out what you need to be able to do to score well on all of the sections by using our FREE Study Guides for the TOEFL test as part of your preparation. Then, you’ll know exactly what to work on!
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Sections of the TOEFL Test
Listening for understanding means that you not only have to hear the spoken words, but you also have to attach the correct meaning to them. This can be especially difficult when the language spoken is not your native one. Our study guide will help you refine English listening skills in preparation for the TOEFL Listening test.
Just being able to say the words in a written passage is not enough to pass the TOEFL Reading test. You will need some other critical reading skills, as well. Use this study guide as you prepare to make sure you fully understand what is required and know what to do to prepare adequately.
The speaking section of any English proficiency test can be one of the most challenging. People generally have wider vocabularies for reading and listening than they do for speaking and writing. It’s harder to produce the appropriate response in a second language than it is to understand something spoken or written to you. While practice questions and flashcards are not appropriate practice for speaking, this study guide will tell you how to prepare.
Just as speaking can be more difficult than listening, writing certainly requires more facility with language than reading does. And accurate writing is generally harder to achieve than clear speaking. This study guide will help you know the areas in which you need to practice to do well on the TOEFL Writing test.
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