The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an internet-based test, or iBT, and this updated edition of Barron's TOEFL manual simulates the test's internet-based format. The manual presents seven full-length model TOEFL iBT tests with explanations or examples for all questions, including sample essays and speaking responses. Author Pamela Sharpe also gives test-takers a general orientation to the TOEFL iBT and follows with a review of academic skills, which include note taking, paraphrasing, summarizing, and synthesizing. A review of language skills covers listening, speaking, reading, and writing in English.
Developing Skills for the TOEFL iBT Developing Skills for the iBT TOEFL continues the Compass graded test preparation course designed to hone the test-taking skills required of students who will take the TOEFL iBT administered by ETS. In this second book of the series, students will be able to familiarize themselves with innovative question types found on the TOEFL iBT test in addtion to practicing suggested tips and skills designed to increase their test scores in all four skill-based test sections: reading, listening, speaking, and writing.
Oxford Preparation Course for TOEFL iBT A Skills-Based Communicative Approach
Preparation Course for the TOEFL iBT Exam is a communicative, theme-based approach to learning the skills needed to take the TOEFL Internet-based Test (iBT). Activities incorporate thorough explanation and practice of the four skills tested on the TOEFL. This multimedia program integrates the student book, audio CD, DVD, and interactive website.
Barron's Essential Words for the TOEFL 5th EdA list of approximately 500 need-to-know words with definitions is presented for ESL students preparing to take the TOEFL. The book also presents detailed advice on ways that students can expand their English language vocabulary. They will find helpful tips on using a dictionary and a thesaurus to expand word power plus practice tests with answer keys. The tests are designed to help students evaluate their expanding word-learning progress and increased vocabulary in English.
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Reading is designed for both self-study and classroom use to prepare students for the reading Comprehension of the TOEFL Test. Each chapter covers a type of reading question that can be found on the TOEFL.