Finding great TOEFL speaking practice can be difficult. Especially if you’re preparing for the exam online, you’ll find that there are a lot of un-test-like materials out there. But now, with our video TOEFL Speaking practice test, you have excellent materials right at your fingertips! In the following video, our TOEFL expert Lucas will take […]
The Best Practice Tests In every standardized test, it’s the same story: the official practice material is the best material. Nobody else makes practice exactly like the company who makes the real test. In this case, that’s ETS. First Place: The Official Guide to the TOEFL Test There are three good things about the Official […]
One month to go before test day? Check out this video post to learn about creating the best 1-month TOEFL study schedule for you!
This post originally appeared on the ABA English blog. Here at ABA English we pride ourselves on knowing that we are making a difference to our students’ learning every day. But we always want to improve. With that in mind, today’s post is going to expand your vocabulary and teach you alternative ways to […]
You probably already know that “feed” is a verb in English. (And if you read my last TOEFL Blog post, you definitely know!)
Today, we’re going to look at a TOEFL animal-related verb that can be confusing. The word is “feed.”
Today on the Magoosh TOEFL Blog, we’re going to look at a common English idiom: “take for granted.” This idiom is used in informal speech and writing.
This post originally appeared on the ABA English blog. We believe we should fill our days with activities and people that bring us joy. Things and humans that help us on our journey of personal growth and make us happy. So then how can we fit in time to learn new skills? How can we […]
It’s important to understand the TOEFL format before you study for the test. Is the TOEFL test on computer, or is it paper-based?
A noun in English is implied if the noun could be in a sentence, but is left out. Nouns are often implied but unstated with English relativizer “that.”