TOEFL Speaking question four is the last task of the TOEFL Speaking section. The question integrates with listening only, there will be no reading passage. First, you will listen to a academic lecture that is about 1.5 to 2 minutes long. The lecture will give one or two examples of the concept.... continue reading.
About TOEFL Speaking Question Three Here’s how TOEFL speaking question 3 works: First, you will read a short (about 100 words) article on an academic topic. You will have 45 seconds to read it. Next, you will hear a short lecture (1-2 minutes) about the same topic. The lecture will explain the topic using either... continue reading.
About TOEFL Speaking Question Two Here’s how TOEFL speaking question two works: You will read a short announcement, article or letter. It will describe a change that is happening, or it will propose a change. It will mention two reasons why the change will be made (or should be made). You will have 45 seconds... continue reading.
About TOEFL Speaking Question One TOEFL Speaking question 1 is the independent TOEFL speaking question. It is also called the “personal choice” question. Currently, this question has three main styles: Agree/Disagree (about 50% of the time) Paired Choice (about 30% of the time) Good Idea (about 20% of the time) You will be given 15... continue reading.
The Reading section is the first section of the TOEFL, it tests your ability to understand college-level academic reading skills. The Reading section can be a bit intimidating considering the fact that it has a number of passages that will require candidates to read all and answer questions just within 54 to 72 minutes. There... continue reading.