November 10th, 2013 in Test Preparation
Pay attention to sequence
The writer does not always describe ideas in their chronological order. The writer may start at the end of an event and then move to the beginning. In the reading passages, you should expect to find a mixed sequence of ideas. Therefore, don’t assume that all the events mentioned in the passage took place in the same order that they are mentioned in the passage.
November 7th, 2013 in Test Preparation
The passages given for reading on the TOEFL test are not exactly simple. They may contain complex or unfamiliar ideas. Here are a few tips for performing well on the TOEFL reading test.
December 21st, 2012 in English for children, Test Preparation
Verbs are action words. They tell us what the person or thing denoted by the subject does /has done / will do. Sometimes the verb may also show what happens / has happened / will happen to the subject. Examples are: work, play, sing, dance, stop, start, wait, leave, bring, take etc.