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In this video I share my tips for passing TOEFL speaking and writing part.
Here is a quick summary of TOEFL speaking questions:
Question #1 and #2 in speaking: answer a random question and give two reasons to support your opinion
Question #3: combine what you've heard and read
Question #4: combine a definition from a text and examples that a speaker provides
Question #5: listen to a problem, pick one solution, justify
Question #6: summarize a lecture on an academic topic
Here are my tips on how to score more on TOEFL speaking part. I scored 30 out of 30:
Speaking tip #1: memorize templates for every question
Speaking tip #2: tell about your imaginary or real friend's experience
Speaking tip #3: use introductory and bridge words
Speaking tip #4: practice as much as you can!
Speaking tip #5: pick up the second solution (Question #5)
Here are the essays that you would have to write on TOEFL exam:
Essay #1: combine arguments from a text with a speaker's opinion on every argument
Essay #2: write an essay on a given topic
These are the tips that I've used for passing TOEFL writing part. I scored 27 out of 30 for my essays:
Essay tip #1: exceed essay required word count by around 1/3
Essay tip #2: paragraphs should be similar in terms of number of words
Essay tip #3: avoid making mistakes and using words you're not sure how to spell
Essay tip #4: don't use contractions and colloquial words
Please watch: "HOW I LEARN ENGLISH BY WATCHING TV SHOWS - vocabulary, topics"
Hi Marina, I would like to know if we are supposed to write a conclusion at the end of the essay 1 in the writing part of the test. And if yes, what are we supposed to write in it ? Thanks for your answer :)
Not sure if someone else had the same problem, but my headphones stopped working twice during the exam and administrators were always restarting the computer.Kinda nerve-wracking experience. I've just emailed toefl asking for the reimbursement and registered myself for next test at different location. Located in CT.
If anyone wants I can talk to them on skype. I'm not a native speaker but I'd like to talk to someone too, since I'm taking TOEFL this Saturday. Add me on facebook - George Topuridze, or follow me on instagram and I'll text you- la.fleur1
I have a question . During the real examination, is it possible to write all the templates during the time when we are given the directions. It takes a long time until we press the continue button and start the speaking section. In that time, anyone has enough time to prepare his template for all 6 sets
I'm preparing for the TOEFL ibt test and I'm planning to take next month!
I'm looking for a speaking partner to improve my speaking ability.
please contact me if you are preparing for the test or interesting in that
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks in advance!
I got a 114/120. Just watched all your videos and basically practiced the free session tests on magoosh. All in all spent 4 hours in total. Your template idea REALLY helped me and i got a 29/30 in speaking which i was underconfident about! thanks a ton <3
I'm taking TOEFl Paper-based test, and I can't even get 550. I'm so frustrated. Obviously, my language capacity is quite low. I need to more practice on reading, listening, writing, and speaking to improve my critical thinking. Thanks so much for your tips
Seeing all these comments make me think ill do good but, im really nervous. Its such an irony because a month ago I was super confident and now, today being Tuesday (taking my Toefl exam on Saturday) im not feeling completely prepared, and my mood just changed the complete opposite way. I'm really looking forward to have a nice grade on this test so I'll take seriously the tips!
I was extremely fluent in English because I had foreign friends near me but, that was about 5 months ago and my practice have been so reduced that I cant even. If someone reads this text, please wish me luck on Saturday! Ill take religiously her tip, hoping for the best. God bless her soul nomatter if i do good or not (: and good luck for anyone wholl take the test soon
I did my Toefl today and the questions they asked me today in independent task of speaking section are
1. Your friend is so ill and he couldn't take notes for his exam. You have to help him to prepare for his exam at the same time you have to prepare for your own. How can you help your friend at this situation?
2. Some people thinks that teachers should admit their mistakes they made. Other believes that its not necessary for a teacher to admit their mistakes. Which one you prefer?
All the best for your exam👍👍👍
Hi marina! I’m Luiza from Brazil! I would like to thank you for your tips on how to pass toefl! I had only 10 days to study and really needed a good score to validate my diploma in the US and needed a specific score on the speaking section (26 out of 30) I used you tips and even though I was really nervous I was able to get a total of 97 and 26 I needed on speaking! I’m so relived! Lol kisses from Brazil!
I lived in an English speaking country for over 8 years so I thought the TOEFL would be extremely easy, but it definitely wasn't. I didn't prepare much and only scored a 108 so I can't imagine how hard it will be for some you guys. Don't skip preparations and good luck everyone!
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