Top 10 Speaking Tips for the TOEFL iBT® Test
1. Find friends with whom you can practice speaking English – the more confident you are with speaking English, the easier you will find the TOEFL® speaking section of your exam. Need friends to practice with? Find friends on English, baby! 2. Choose questions from the end of English, baby! lessons and imagine this is… (0 comment)

Top 10 Writing Tips for the TOEFL iBT® Test
1. Make a list of familiar topics – English, baby!’s daily lessons are great examples. Practice planning and writing an essay for each topic. First, think of one main idea or opinion for each topic and then think of a few points that support this idea or opinion. When you first start practicing this, take… (0 comment)

Top 10 Reading Tips for the TOEFL iBT® Test
1. Become familiar with reading in English. You should be reading in English every single day. Read the newspaper or news online, print out the daily lessons on English, baby! and find academic papers at the library or online. Do not just stick to topics related to areas that you are interested in – become… (0 comment)

Top 10 Listening Tips for the TOEFL iBT® Test
Top 10 Listening Tips for the TOEFL iBT® test and Paper English Language Tests 1. Take past TOEFL® listening tests and become familiar with the format. Quickly read the comprehension questions before the recording begins – this helps you to listen out for key points – often there is a lot of content that you… (0 comment)

Why is the TOEFL test changing?
To measure the ability to communicate successfully in an academic setting The new test will better measure what colleges and universities need to know: a prospective student’s ability to use English in an academic setting. The new Speaking section evaluates a person’s ability to use spoken English, and the new integrated Writing and Speaking tasks… (0 comment)
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