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TOEFL or Test of English as a Foreign Language is a Standardized Test, that assess the English Proficiency of people, whose native language does not happen to be English. It tests the ability to understand North American English. Most Educational Institutes in the US and Canada (approximately 2400) ask applicants for their TOEFL Scores.


Institutes in other countries, where the mode and language of instruction is English, also use TOEFL.

Most people take the TOEFL test as a prerequisite for admission into colleges and universities where English is used or required. In addition, many government, licensing, and certification agencies and exchange and scholarship programs use TOEFL® scores to evaluate the English proficiency of people for whom English is not their native language.






Understanding Meaning from Context

  • Understanding words in context

  • Choosing the best synonym

  • Understanding the author’s meaning


Understanding the Connection of Ideas

  • Locating referents within sentences

  • Locating referents within a passage

  • Locating multiple referents within a passage

  • Understanding transitions and connectors

  • Inserting sentences


Understanding Details and Recognizing Paraphrases

  • Finding facts

  • Understanding exceptions

  • Determining whether statements are the same or different

  • Locating restated information

  • Choosing the restatement of highlighted sentences

  • Choosing the restatement of highlighted sentences in paragraphs


Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions

  • Identifying inferences

  • Locating sources for inferred information

  • Checking if an inference is correct

  • Identifying inferences in paragraphs

  • Making Inferences

  • Drawing conclusions

  • Reviewing inferences


Summaries and Charts

  • Understanding summaries

  • Identifying summary ideas

  • Organizing information into charts




Understanding Natural Speech

  • Writing what the speaker means

  • Answering questions about content

  • Identifying the meaning of filler phrases and reductions


Understanding Connections

  • Identifying referents

  • Identifying referents in conversation

  • Identifying referents in a lecture

  • Following signals

  • Using signals of understanding conversations and lectures


Identifying Topics

  • Predicting the topic

  • Identifying the topic from the first statement

  • Determining if the topic is stated in the first statement

  • Identifying a change in topic



  • Understanding restatements

  • Finding two answers

  • Getting all the facts

  • Recognizing information

  • Organizing information


Making Inferences and Drawing Conclusions

  • Understanding inferences

  • Drawing conclusions

  • Inferring reasons

  • Identifying attitudes

  • Identifying the speaker’s purpose

  • Identifying the speaker’s meaning





  • Concentrating on individual consonant sounds

  • Concentrating on consonant clusters

  • Focusing on stress patterns

  • Focusing on linking words

  • Focusing on intonation

  • Putting it all together



  • Connecting ideas using transitional expressions

  • Defining words and phrases

  • Connecting ideas by using parallel structures

  • Connecting ideas by rephrasing key words

  • Connecting ideas by using pronouns

  • Finding inconsistencies

  • Practicing consistency


Personal Preference Task

  • Choosing a topic for the personal preference task

  • Restating the task and defining your choice

  • Sequencing ideas for personal experiences

  • Making a concluding statement

  • Putting it all together


Analyzing your Responses

  • Analyzing and scoring your responses


The Personal Choice Task

  • Making a personal choice

  • Restating the task and stating your position

  • Sequencing ideas for personal choices

  • Making a concluding statement

  • Putting it all together

  • Analyzing and scoring your responses


The Independent Speaking Tasks

  • Practice responding to independent speaking tasks





  • Connecting ideas using transitional expressions

  • Defining words and phrases

  • Connecting ideas using parallel structures

  • Adding cohesion


Writing concisely

  • Making sentences concise

  • Making paragraphs concise


Preparing to Write

  • Identifying topics and tasks

  • Making a mind map

  • Checking the ideas on your mind map



  • Writing introductory statements

  • Narrowing the topic

  • Writing your thesis statement

  • Improving your introductory paragraph

  • Writing introductory paragraphs


Organizing and Writing Developmental Paragraphs

  • Writing topic sentences for your development paragraphs

  • Checking topic sentences for your development paragraphs

  • Writing supporting ideas

  • Practice in adding details

  • Adding details to paragraphs

  • Further practice in adding details to paragraphs

  • Adding details to your developmental paragraphs

  • Completing your developmental paragraphs

  • Writing developmental paragraphs



  • Restating the thesis statement

  • Restating the topic sentences of the developmental paragraphs

  • Writing a concluding paragraph

  • Practicing the steps for writing essays


Analyzing essays

  • Analyzing essays

  • Scoring essays

  • Scoring your own essays


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