TOEFL iBT Student Generated Materials
A Closer Look and Suggestions to Consider
published by Nayoung Lee
For TOEFL iBT Speaking Section: A Closer look and suggestions to consider
By Kim Hae-jin
For students who wish to study abroad in an English-speaking country, an assessment demonstrating your English skills, such as the TOEFL test, will most likely be required to complete your application for international study.
I was one of many Korean international students who have pursued their dreams abroad. Being curious about all aspects of languages, I studied linguistics at the University of ...
TOEFL iBT Speaking
published by Ali Arpaci
TOEFL iBT Speaking
The TOEFL iBT Speaking section contains two types of speaking tasks, independent and integrated. You will perform two independent tasks, and four integrated tasks.
Independent means that you are expected to show your own individual opinions and ideas and to demonstrate that you can express these opinions clearly and in an organized format.
Integrated tasks are meant to show that you can clearly and intelligently discuss issues you have read and heard about. The speaking ...
New format - TOEFL iBT Speaking questions
published by Daniel G
I agree that there is definitely some change in the speaking pattern. First, I have experienced the change on Jan 30. It was like:
Which of these A, B, C would you not like.......
Second, I have experience it again this Saturday (on April 10th). This time it was like:
For the first question:
Which one of the following do you choose as a career and why?
For the second question:
Which one of the following do you prefer and why?
What about your accent?
published by Jon Von
A lot of students worry about whether their accent will affect their score in the Speaking section of the TOEFL. Well, it’s like this. Everyone who speaks English has an accent. So, having an accent is not a problem.
What matters more than accent is clarity. Now clarity itself is composed of two elements:
- The first element is that you must overcome any obvious mispronunciation. This means learning to say “yellow” and not “jello” if you’re a Spanish speaker. Or learning to ...
Speaking and Writing Topics
published by Novak Hop
Do you prefer traveling alone? Or traveling in a group?
What is your definition of a good trip?
Do you think traveling abroad is a waste of time?
What’s the farthest you’ve ever traveled by car/train/boat/plane?
What do you think is the least dangerous country to visit?
Would you travel spontaneously, without a lot of planning?
Do most people in your country like to travel?
What are the most popular places to travel?
Is it important to know English when you travel?
Subject-Verb Agreement and TOEFL iBT Speaking
published by May Day
Your grammar will be evaluated on both TOEFL iBT speaking and writing sections. Therefore, you need to create grammatical sentence structures. One area of grammar about which you should be concerned is subject-verb agreement.
Having correct subject-verb agreement is important to TOEFL iBT speaking and writing since it demonstrates to TOEFL iBT human raters that you have control of your sentence structures. The fewer times you have trouble with subject-verb agreement, the greater the ...
iBT Speaking Section
published by Brat Maning
Jasonrenshaw: Good evening everybody! Our topic for tonight’s discussion is iBT Speaking, and the discussion will be open for the next 90 minutes or so. First of all, I recommend clicking on the “Full Size” option below the GED Chat box. It will be much easier to follow the chat with it on a full screen. Next, just as with a real discussion, we need some basic ground rules to ensure the discussion can proceed coherently, and not end up with 20 people all talking over each other. To that ...
iBT Speaking and Writing - how do they stack up to the real thing? (Part 1)
published by Kalina Koleva
As an English language educator based for a long time in South Korea, I have to confess to being rather heartened when rumors began to circulate in the market about the arrival of iBT - a new "next generation" Internet-based version of the TOEFL.
Having gone through the experience of preparing Korean teenagers for TOEIC, then CBT (Computer-Based TOEFL) - as the market swung around somewhat chaotically through such test fads - I was looking forward to the idea of more integrated skills and ...
iBT TOEFL Materials
published by Krzysztof Idziak
Here is a list of iBT TOEFL topics on independent speaking and essay writing.
1. Your favorite pet
2. Your dressing style
3. What do you do in your free time? (Your most favorite hobby)
4. How do you learn English?
5. Which sport do you like best?
6. Which dish do you like best?
7. Your most favourite/important subject
8. You future plan
9. Your best scholastic achievement
10. What kind of music do you ...
published by Tina Anderson
Important Facts About TOEFL
More than 6,000 universities and colleges require the TOEFL scores from non-English speaking students in order to admit them to a program. The TOEFL test is administered in more than 4500 test centers.
TOEFL stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language. The test is designed to measure the spoken and written English proficiency of non-English speaking people in an academic setting and is divided into four sections. The test is timed for ...
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