Types of Verbs and How They Can Help in the TOEFL Exam

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Let’s talk about conversations. When you talk to someone, you express your feelings, your opinions, perceptions, and general view of the world. You verbalize your thoughts and emotions to convey your message to the other

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Acing the Grammar Portion of the TOEFL

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Welcome back to the TOEFL guide on verbs and subjects. In the previous blog, we explained how important verbs are and how to use action verbs. In this section, we will be discussing different types of

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Acing the Grammar Portion of the TOEFL

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Bob the party. Jane the frock. Tyler the shot. Wait. What? What do these even mean? Are these sentences? If so, they seem incomplete. It’s as if they’re missing something. Well, of course they are. Each of these

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Practicing the Challenging Areas of the TOEFL Exam

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There is really no straight forward answer for whether or not the TOEFL iBT is difficult. The reason this is hard to answer is because different students perceive the test differently. How difficult you might

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Balancing Your TOEFL Test Time

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Reading is a crucial part of your TOEFL iBT test. Besides having a dedicated section, questions on the test also need to be read! It stands to reason that the faster and more effectively you

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