... to produce an essay that achieves its desire result, which is to inform the reader, whether or teacher, professor or other audience, in a brief and concise way the key points..Read More
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Writing is the fourth and last section of the TOEFL iBT® test. There are 2 tasks and you have 50 minutes to write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks (integrated task, 20 minutes session); support an opinion in writing (independent task, 30 minutes session). ...Read More
Speaking is the third section of the TOEFL iBT® test. It is a 20 minutes section with 6 tasks asking test takers to express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks. ...Read More
Reading is the first section of the TOEFL iBT® test. Normally you will have 60 minutes to read 3 passages from academic texts and answer 36-42 questions. If you have extra test, you will have maximum 80 minutes to finish 4 passages with 56 questions.Read More
TOEFL, known as The Test of English as a Foreign Language, is a standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers wishing to enroll in U.S. universities. ...Read More
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Learning by heart grammar structure is not interesting. Since learning any subject requires patience and interest, its difficult for people to learn something and to have patience if they do not enjoy the subject or the learning process. Depending on people’s interest, they can choose the method which is most suitable for them.
With people who enjoy reading, they can learn grammar by reading any article, novel, story, and so on and this will help a lot. We can remember the sentences, the words and grammatical structure easier because we like it and we usually have had general information about the books, the authors, the news, etc. of what we have read. For example, I used to read some stories such as Black Beauty, Uncle Tom’s cabin in Vietnamese so I found the English quite familiar and easy to remember the new words. The more we read, the more we remember.
In addition, when we like something, we usually share with someone else so we can use the words as well as grammar structures we have learned from the publication.
For people who enjoy communicating with others, or practical oral, they can learn one pattern of sentence (or more, it is up to you ^^) for each day, and change the words in that sentence. For instance, Did you have breakfast? We can find other words relating to breakfast such as lunch, dinner, supper,…
Then we can subtitute them into that model:
- Did you have lunch/dinner/supper/ a cup of coffee/ a glass of milk/ something to eat…?
On the other hand, we can find an online native friend or your English classmate to talk or to ask. It means we practice. This way is more active and amusing because we can practice together and learn from each other. Besides, you can find out each person has his own answer.
There are many ways to study grammar. Everyone can be better if he keeps patient to study it. Set a plan, target and make sure that you will follow them.