Posts Tagged ‘toefl’

How to Structure Your TOEFL Essay

Friday, February 15th, 2008

Get full points on the organization section of your TOEFL essay by following the steps in this lesson by engVid’s RebeccaESL

Free TOEFL Listening example

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

Here’s a sample of the type of question you’ll encounter in the listening section of the TOEFL.Answer the following questions based on the lecture:

1: What is another name for swarmer white ants?
a) Workers
b) Alates
c) Termites
d) Nymphs

2: Why must worker white ants feed all the other white ants?
a) The worker ants have the largest appetites.
b) Soldier white ants do not have time to eat.
c) The worker white ants have special bacteria in their stomach.
d) The king white ant forces the worker white ants to feed him.

3: What can be inferred from the lecture?
a) All white ants should be exterminated, even in the wilderness.
b) White ants are better than carpenter ants.
c) Soldier white ants are more important than queen white ants.
d) White ants are highly organized insects that can be very destructive.

How to write a TOEFL essay

Sunday, December 30th, 2007

This is a good four-part lesson on how to write an effective argument essay. This is tailored towards IELTS, but is useful for the TOEFL as well.

English Grammar Lesson – The Passive

Monday, December 24th, 2007

This is a two-part video introduction to the passive — what it is, how it’s formed, and why it’s used.

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!