Vocabulary Practise 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. Exercise 1 Put the following words and expressions into their correct place in the table depending on their function. Exercise 2 Complete these sentences with one … Read more

Vocabulary 1: Symbolism and The Age of Majority

Vocabulary is totally important for you in TOEFL IBT. It does not only help you to express you ideas in writing better but also improve your speaking fluency and reading speed. Learning vocabulary can kill two birds with one stone. Updating your vocabulary resource everyday is the best way to review and gain more quatity … Read more

7 Tips for improving TOEFL Vocabulary

7 Tips for improving TOEFL Vocabulary

TOEFL tests a test-taker’s ability to use and comprehend the English-language in the academic environment. In the academic environment, English is formal and sophisticated. It means that you can’t speak or expect your teachers to speak using slang.

The new TOEFL does not test your vocabulary objectively. In other words, you don’t have to write meanings, antonyms or synonyms. Your goal then is to build vocabulary in such a way that it would help you to comfortably understand the text passages, extracts, and lectures that are taken from the academic sources.

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