ETS has an official TOEFL course online. It’s tuition free and is offered through the EdX website.
In TOEFL Listening lectures, you’ll often hear words you don’t understand. Unlike reading, you can’t stop to carefully look at the vocabulary in context.
Recently, I’ve started using CNN Money to help teach my students business English. This website is a great resource for business English learners.
In order to do well on the TOEFL, you need to have a broad vocabulary. You will lose points if you repeat the same basic words over and over again. Therefore, knowing a variety of vocabulary words and synonyms is very important! Today, we’re going over vocabulary words that are “important” in two different ways: […]
English can often be complicated enough without have to complicate things any more, right? You know us, we love to make things complicated for absolutely no reason whatsoever and we have gone and done it again with foods. In today’s post we are going to look at foods which, depending on where you live or […]
So I’ve been taking — and blogging about — the free official TOEFL course online from ETS and EdX. Week three covers TOEFL Listening.
Through the Moxon English project and iTalki, I tutor a lot of English learners from Europe. Often, my European students know little or nothing about TOEFL.
Pokemon Go exploded in popularity last summer, and many are still playing. Today, we’ll study English with some entertainment news about this game.
Understanding vocabulary in context is an important TOEFL Reading and TOEFL Listening skill. Today, we’ll practice this skill with entertainment news.
As I’ve mentioned before, ETS is running an official TOEFL course through EdX. Last time, I covered the first week of ETS’s Official TOEFL Course Online.