In this post, we’ll look at the TOEFL Integrated Speaking Task 2, including an overview, free resources, and a mock test for this task.
All about the first Integrated Speaking Task on the TOEFL exam. (AKA Task 2, AKA the TOEFL Speaking task where you read an announcement and listen to a conversation.)
For many of the students I work with, TOEFL Speaking Task 3 is one of the hardest parts of the Speaking Section. The prompt is so packed with information!
In TOEFL Speaking Task 3, a short passage gives a surprisingly complicated argument. This is followed by a short-yet-detailed audio student response.
TOEFL Speaking Task 2 throws a lot of information at you. It can be hard to summarize it in 60 seconds. So here’s a sample TOEFL Speaking Task 2 answer.
The TOEFL Speaking Task 3 prompt has two possible formats: the speaker may disagree with the reading, or they may agree.
As I’ve mentioned, many TOEFL test-takers find TOEFL Speaking Task 3 to be especially hard. Today, we’ll look at a TOEFL Speaking Task 3 example answer.
The TOEFL Speaking Task 3 prompt is complicated! The passage proposes a policy, with detailed supports. Then a speaker gives an equally detailed response.
In my last post, I gave you some TOEFL Integrated Speaking Tips for reading. Today we’ll look at listening tips for this part of the TOEFL.
Flowcharts are common kind of visual in the business world. They’re often used to illustrate the processes for making decisions (figure 1 below), and completing tasks (figure 2). Flowcharts are also useful In TOEFL Speaking, because Integrated Speaking conversations can also be seen in terms of processes, tasks, and decisions. In Speaking Task 2, one […]
La primera tarea TOEFL de speaking independiente te pide describir una experiencia personal. Por otro lado, la segunda te pedirá que opines sobre un tópico. Normalmente presenta los dos puntos de vista opuestos y necesitas elegir el que consideres mejor justificado y explicar la razón. Como en las otras tareas, tendrás 15 segundos para pensar […]