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  • TOEFL Speaking Question 1

    TOEFL Speaking Question One

    The Independent Task 1 questions are based on personal choice, the most common question style is are A or B question: it gives you two options. Make your stand and give your opinions with supporting details.

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  • TOEFL Speaking Question 2

    TOEFL Speaking Question Two

    The Integrated Task 2 questions are about campus announcement, first you will read a short announcement, article or letter. Then you will hear two students talking about the announcement. Your task is to summarize what you have read and listened to.

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  • TOEFL Speaking Question 3

    TOEFL Speaking Question Three

    The Integrated Task 3 questions are about lecture on academic topics, first you will read a short article. Then you will hear a lecture that explain the topic using either one or two examples. Finally, you will be asked to summarize the reading and lecture.

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  • TOEFL Speaking Question 4

    TOEFL Speaking Question Four

    For The Integrated Task 4 questions, you will listen to a short lecture about some academic term, concept or process. After, you will be asked a specific question that requires you to mostly summarize the lecture.

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