TOEFL Writing Task #1 in 2021
Happy Friday TOEFL Insiders;
Here is your weekly summary of tips and resources in the TOEFL® world.
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If you have any questions about TOEFL Writing question #1, you can probably find the answer in this new video.
Here’s a tip from Jamie Tanzman, one of our TOEFL Teachers.
“A student living in Spain recently told me that he doesn’t have many opportunities to speak English in his home country. He even admitted that to practice, he would just speak aloud to himself. While this is a good approach in a difficult situation, it’s obviously not enjoyable or interactive. Instead, seek out a conversation partner. Here’s how:
Reach out to your TOEFL instructor who likely knows many other students in the same situation. Studying for TOEFL can be boring and isolating, but working together with a partner can make it a more pleasant experience.
In fact, two women from my TOEFL Group classes decided to work together outside of class time. They would send me screenshots of themselves practicing together because they knew it made me happy to see them working together.
Ultimately, the students developed a friendship, in addition to preparing for the TOEFL in a more enjoyable fashion.”
The fastest route to your TOEFL score is practice, which is why we have shared 100 of our TOEFL Reading practice questions for free right here.
These short but powerful exercises are designed to help familiarize you with the TOEFL Reading question types while building your reading skills. You can stop scouring the Internet for TOEFL practice, it is right here.
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