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Detailed advice for ESL students on expanding their English language vocabulary accompanies a list of approximately 500 need-to-know words with their definitions. The authors offer helpful tips on using a dictionary and thesaurus to expand word power. Practice tests with answer keys will help students measure their word-learning progress and increased fluency in written and spoken English.

Table of Contents:
  • INTRODUCTION: Success on the TOEFL
    Recent Changes in the TOEFL
    Maximizing Your Vocabulary Potential— A Description of This Program
  • Getting to Know the TOEFL
    What Is the TOEFL?
    Paper and Computer-Based TOEFLs
    The Paper TOEFL
    Section 1: Listening Comprehension
    Section 2: Structure and Written Expression
    Section 3: Reading Comprehension
    The Computer-Based TOEFL
    The Test of Written English
    Some Helpful Hints for Both Versions of TOEFL
    A Word About the Future
  • Understanding the TOEFL Reading Section
    Sample Questions
    Strategy for the Paper TOEFL
    Strategy for the Computer-Based TOEFL
  • Improving Your TOEFL Vocabulary
    Read a Lot
    Make Flash Cards
    Make Word Lists
    Learn Words from Old TOEFLs
    Learn the Words in This Book
    Learn to Use a Thesaurus
  • Building Your Vocabulary
    Developing Word Attack Skills
    Word Roots
  • Important Vocabulary Building Tools
    The Dictionary
    The Thesaurus
  • The Essential TOEFL Vocabulary
    Studying the Word Entries
    Answering Phrasal Questions
    Lessons 1–30
    Answers to Exercises: Lessons 1–30
  • The Practice Test (Computer-Based Format)
    General Directions
    Section 3: Reading
    Answers to TOEFL Practice Test
    Scoring Your TOEFL Practice Test (Reading)
    TOEFL Section 3 Score Conversion Table

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