400 Must-Have Words for the TOEFL® will help you improve your score on the TOEFL test. In particular, this book will build your TOEFL vocabulary for the new Internet-based TOEFL of 2005.
This book is designed for ease of use as a self-study guide. Its chapters were written for easy completion in one sitting–about 25 minutes. 400 Must-Have Words is also highly effective in the TOEFL-prep classroom.
Each chapter begins with a list of 10 target words. These words are defined and used in sample sentences. Usage tips are given for many words,
as are any commonly used parts of speech related to the target word.
Following these definitions, the words are practiced in three exercises.
TOEFL Prep I and TOEFL Prep II give straightforward practice in a variety of easy exercise styles.The last exercise,TOEFL Success, includes a TOEFLstyle reading followed by one or two authentic TOEFL-style questions. Most TOEFL Success readings incorporate all 10 target words, and most also include an additional bonus structure.Each chapter ends with an answer key so you can check your work.
As an extra feature, this book includes a special front section called “Six Quick Hints for Success on the TOEFL®.”These hints give general test-taking advice for TOEFL success.
This book was written by ELT professionals who help prepare students for the TOEFL test. Their selection of words for this book was based on extensive experience with the TOEFL test, information about the corpus (body of words) that is used in creating the actual TOEFL test, and TOEFL materials published by ETS, the creators of the TOEFL test.
400 Must-Have Words for the TOEFL® is the best book on the market to improve your vocabulary for the TOEFL test.
Six Quick Hints for Success on the TOEFL®
1. Try to understand a reading or lecture as a whole. Unlike earlier versions of the TOEFL, the new version tests whether you can see how ideas interact in a longer reading.
2. Take notes. Especially in the listening section, you will need notes to remember what you have heard. Note-taking will also help you concentrate.You can practice by taking notes of news stories, documentaries, or lectures.
3. Study grammar in context, not by itself. Unlike earlier versions of the TOEFL, the new version has no grammar section.Your knowledge of grammar is useful in helping you understand the readings and lectures, not in answering grammar-specific questions.
4. Practice writing essays that express your opinion on a topic.
The writing section of the 2005 TOEFL includes questions asking for your opinion on various daily topics. These are timed.
Practice writing under a time limit, shaping your thoughts into a well-rounded essay.
5. Build up your academic vocabulary.Your ability to comprehend reading passages rests largely on your academic vocabulary. Build your vocabulary by reading, making flash cards, and writing sentences using new words in context.A strong vocabulary will help you not only in your reading comprehension, but also in listening,
writing, and speaking.
6. Commit your attention to the test. Some of the topics covered in the test may not actually interest you. Still, your focused energy will improve your test score. Agree with yourself not to think about other topics during the test. Force yourself to keep your attention on the tested material.
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