Exam Practice

TOEFL® Preparation Online

TOEFL®

ISBN 9780230740730

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£12

This course consists of a variety of exercises that provide practice of the listening, reading and writing skills you will need for the TOEFL exam. The course is divided into five units and 14 syllabus items. There are seven syllabus components: listening, reading, grammar, writing development, pronunciation, language support and notes for students

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop all four language skills 
  • practise the language areas that will be tested during the exam 
  • understand the exam format and develop effective strategies to navigate it
  • improve your accuracy and reinforce key words and phrases 
  • boost your confidence before the exam 

Key features

  • includes 120 resources covering all parts of the TOEFL® listening and reading papers
  • all materials are licensed by the ETS exam board
  • offers grammar, writing and pronunciation support
  • suitable for both the computer-based and internet-based exam
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Syllabus details

  1. Short conversations
    1. TOEFL Listening 051: dialog
    2. TOEFL Listening 052: dialog
    3. TOEFL Listening 053: dialog
    4. TOEFL Listening 054: dialog
    5. TOEFL Listening 055: dialog
    6. TOEFL Listening 056: dialog
    7. TOEFL Listening 057: dialog
    8. TOEFL Listening 058: dialog
    9. TOEFL Listening 059: dialog
    10. TOEFL Listening 060: dialog
  2. Texts
    1. TOEFL Reading 001
    2. TOEFL Reading 002
    3. TOEFL Reading 003
    4. TOEFL Reading 004
    5. TOEFL Reading 005
    6. TOEFL Reading 006
    7. TOEFL Reading 007
    8. TOEFL Reading 008
    9. TOEFL Reading 009
    10. TOEFL Reading 010
  3. Grammar check 1
    1. Adverbs: adjectives that look like adverbs
    2. Adverbs: word order
    3. Adverbs of time: relative position in time
    4. Inversion
    5. Connectors: balancing
    6. Connecting words
    7. Customer service
    8. Preposition expressions: despite, in spite of
    9. Small-town politics
    10. Phrasal verbs
  4. Long conversations
    1. TOEFL Listening 091: conversation
    2. TOEFL Listening 092: conversation
    3. TOEFL Listening 093: conversation
    4. TOEFL Listening 094: conversation
    5. TOEFL Listening 095: conversation
    6. TOEFL Listening 096: conversation
    7. TOEFL Listening 097: conversation
    8. TOEFL Listening 098: conversation
    9. TOEFL Listening 099: conversation
    10. TOEFL Listening 100: conversation
  5. Texts
    1. TOEFL Reading 011
    2. TOEFL Reading 012
    3. TOEFL Reading 013
    4. TOEFL Reading 014
    5. TOEFL Reading 015
    6. TOEFL Reading 016
    7. TOEFL Reading 017
    8. TOEFL Reading 018
    9. TOEFL Reading 019
    10. TOEFL Reading 020
  6. Grammar check 2
    1. Past participle: verb, adjective, clause
    2. Initial consultancy meeting
    3. Habits
    4. Used to vs. simple past
    5. Past tenses
    6. Mr. Microsoft
    7. Picasso painting stolen
    8. Past perfect vs. past perfect progressive
    9. Past tenses
  7. Lectures
    1. TOEFL Listening 067: mini-lecture
    2. TOEFL Listening 068: mini-lecture
    3. TOEFL Listening 069: mini-lecture
    4. TOEFL Listening 070: mini-lecture
    5. TOEFL Listening 071: mini-lecture
    6. TOEFL Listening 072: mini-lecture
    7. TOEFL Listening 073: mini-lecture
    8. TOEFL Listening 074: mini-lecture
    9. TOEFL Listening 075: mini-lecture
    10. TOEFL Listening 076: mini-lecture
  8. Texts
    1. TOEFL Reading 021
    2. TOEFL Reading 022
    3. TOEFL Reading 023
    4. TOEFL Reading 024
    5. TOEFL Reading 025
    6. TOEFL Reading 026
    7. TOEFL Reading 027
    8. TOEFL Reading 028
    9. TOEFL Reading 029
    10. TOEFL Reading 030
  9. Grammar check 3
    1. Third/Unreal conditional: use
    2. Third/Unreal conditional: affirmative
    3. How to succeed at an interview
    4. An aging movie star looks back
    5. I wish I'd done that
    6. The Sony Ericsson Empire Film Awards
    7. Inversion: conditional sentences
    8. Conditional: comparison of all forms
    9. The rain will have stopped by then
    10. Science fiction?
  10. Pronunciation
    1. Overheard phone calls
    2. Are you sure you want that new job?
    3. Dealing with fame
    4. Changing stress in nouns and adjectives
    5. Stress
    6. Technology
    7. Job candidates
    8. Conversations in a store
    9. Pronunciation of the letter "s"
    10. Diphthongs
  11. Writing development
    1. A magazine article
    2. Smoking
    3. Teenagers and work
    4. Exam stress
    5. A company description
    6. Reporting the results of a survey
    7. A report on smoking in the workplace
    8. An analysis
    9. An essay on what makes a good manager
    10. Getting more exercise
  12. Grammar check 4
    1. Pronoun reference
    2. Highway 101
    3. Getting married
    4. Defining and non-defining relative clauses
    5. -ing form: purpose
    6. The infinitive: form, subject, complement, purpose and split
    7. A bad experience at the airport
    8. A party invitation
    9. CEO faces the press
    10. Reported speech: tense changes
  13. Language support 1
    1. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 001
    2. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 002
    3. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 003
    4. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 004
    5. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 005
    6. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 006
    7. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 007
    8. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 008
    9. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 009
    10. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 010
  14. Language support 2
    1. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 011
    2. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 012
    3. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 013
    4. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 014
    5. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 015
    6. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 016
    7. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 017
    8. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 018
    9. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 019
    10. TOEFL Structure/Written expression 020