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Best TOEFL Books and Study Guides

Sunday, June 8th, 2008

If you are looking to buy a TOEFL study guide, you should check out THE TOEFL BOOKSTORE. They link to Amazon for their TOEFL books and study guides, which means you usually save at least 10% on the TOEFL books. More importantly, if you look at the menu on the right side of the store, the books are sorted into categories, so that you can quickly find the book you are looking for. Have any of the readers here already used any TOEFL iBT books to help them study? If so, leave a comment letting us know which book you tried, and how helpful you found it.

Great Free ESL Courses

Monday, June 2nd, 2008

This is one of the best ESL resources I’ve stumbled upon in a while. Australia Network’s Learn English site has video courses for all types of English learners. There’s an IELTS course, a Business English course, a vodcast, and much more. They also have downloadable study guides and activity sheets.

Learn English with Flash Cards

Saturday, January 12th, 2008

This is a simple, useful site for lower-level learners. It is just made up of vocabulary flash cards that you can click on to hear pronunciation. Simple, but effective if you don’t have access to native speakers who can pronounce words for you.

Learning English – Free Online Resources

Saturday, December 22nd, 2007

This is excellent page of online resources for ESL learners. There is a lot of text to read there, but I think it is well worth it. If you like TOEFL Blog, you should recommend us to him for his list!


Saturday, December 15th, 2007

Debatepedia defines itself as “the Wikipedia of debate and deliberation”. It’s a useful as a source of arguments for classroom debates on everything from Advertising to Zoos. I think you guys might find this site useful in learning the ways to construct an argument. You’ll quickly learn that there are some standard strategies for doing this.