Understanding prefixes on the TOEFL– beginning parts of words that have special meaning– can help you really master TOEFL vocabulary.
This section includes free advice and tutorials to help you build your English vocabulary. These materials are designed both for TOEFL prep and for general English study.
In an earlier post, Kate gave a helpful overview of the most common time-related prepositions in English. Her post looked not just at the meanings of these prepositions, but also at the grammar rules for them. There are quite a few other prepositions of time that are less common, but still important. In this post, […]
In my last vocabulary post, I gave you a better look at the first 8 hard words from the Magoosh TOEFL Vocabulary PDF. I explained how each word was used, and gave you a table with each different form of the word. Word forms are especially important when you learn vocabulary. Knowing every grammatical form […]
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.
Nuestro PDF incluye 200+ palabras esenciales de vocabulario para el TOEFL. ¡Y es gratis!
Nosso PDF contém mais de 200 palavras importantes para o vocabulário do TOEFL. E é grátis!
I often use CNN Money, an American business news website, to teach business English to my students. Check out the latest post here!
Recently, I’ve started using CNN Money to help teach my students business English. This website is a great resource for business English learners.